Aubrey Independent School District and Pilot Point Independent School District High School students attended the weekly Rotary meeting on February 13 as our Seniors of the Month.
From Pilot Point:
Branna Krumme has done traditional sports like volleyball and track, but also participates in archery tournaments and does woodcrafts in her spare time. She plans to study chemistry to develop perfumes and cosmetics following high school. For her hometown hero, she spoke of her father, who passed away when she was 10, but always encouraged her to try new things and whenever she branches out, she thinks of him.
Erin Isaguirre is active in band and athletic training, which she wants to pursue following high school. She has gone to the state band competition for works on the clarinet and contrabass clarinet, while also volunteering at the library and with Color Guard.
Pictured (from left to right): Rotarian Ray David, Rotary President Shane Kading, Rotarians Elizabeth Jones and Erin Bogar, PPHS Counselor Christin Coile, Erin Isaguirre, Branna Krumme, Rotarian Penni Moening, PPHS Principal Jason Crow and Rotarian Don Richmond.
From Aubrey:
Hank Nokes has participated in football, baseball, track and bass fishing during his time at Aubrey High School, and is also part of senior leadership. He wants to pursue baseball at the collegiate level and major in Business, and considers his baseball Coach Justin Bohannon to be his Hometown Hero.
Sophie Huggins loves the fine arts program, and is a section leader in choir, plays the piccolo and flute in the band, serves as a drum major in the marching band and was a part of the Aubrey High School production of Matilda. She plans to attend University of North Texas and major in music composition, while also being a part of the Green Brigade Marching Band.
Pictured (from left to right): Rotarian Ray David, Rotarian Elizabeth Jones, Rotary President Shane Kading, Hank Nokes, Sophie Huggins, Rotarians Penni Moening, Erin Bogar and Don Richmond.