McKaylee Klamm, Isaac Loegering, Abbey Wemimo, and Emily Goff

McKaylee Klamm, November Crookston High School Student of the Month

Year in school: Senior

Family: Dennis and Sharon Klamm, parents; Cody, sibling

Plans after high school: "I have applied to Bemidji State and MSU-Moorhead and plan to major in PT/OT."

Areas of involvement in clubs or organizations: Apostle at Cathedral Church; Choir and Pop Choir; Leo Club; Rachel's Challenge; True Players; Contestant in the Miss Crookston Pageant; I play volleyball and softball, and now I am the manager of the girls' basketball team.

Honors and awards: Through the Cathedral Church I was chosen to go to a leadership conference in Kansas City, and I also volunteered to help with children's bible camp last June. I received the Volunteerism Award through the Miss Crookston Pageant. I've earned double and single stars in my choir ensembles, been listed on the A/B Honor Roll, lettered in both music and volleyball, and received the Coaches' Award in volleyball.

Additional Comments: "I love to volunteer because it makes me feel good about myself. I would also like to thank the Crookston Rotary Club who selected me for this honor. I really appreciate it."

Isaac Loegering, December Crookston High School Student of the Month

Year in school: Senior

Family: John and Lisa Loegering, parents; Luke, brother

Plans after high school: "I plan to pursue a degree in biomedical engineering. I am still deciding among several universities."

Areas of involvement in clubs or organizations: Currently: Band, Piano, RRVY Wahoos Swim Team; Knowledge Bowl; Past: Ochestra, Boy Scouts – Eagle Scout

Honors and awards: National Honor Society; Eagle Scout Award

Additional Comments: "Thanks to Crookston Rotary for this honor."

Abbey Wemimo, November University of Minnesota, Crookston Student of the Month

Year in school/major: Senior double majoring in business management and organizational psychology

Hometown: Lagos, Nigeria

Plans after college: "I plan to attend graduate school and eventually work for the United Nations. I am interested in public policy, economics, and conflict resolution."

Areas of involvement in clubs or organizations: Change Africa – founder and president; Enactus; Rotaract; National Society of Leadership and Success

Honors and Awards: U of M Scholarly Excellence in Equity and Diversity (SEED) Award; President's Service Award; Chancellor's 4.0 Club

Additional Comments: "This university prepares you to be a leader. Above all, education must be the paramount investment in any child's life. It has changed my life. Thank you for this honor."

Emily Goff, December University of Minnesota, Crookston Student of the Month

Year in school/major: Sophomore majoring in equine science with minors in animal science and coaching

Hometown: Danvers, Minnesota

Family: Greg and Carol Goff, parents; Samantha, Jacob, Jessica, siblings

Plans after college: "I plan to find a job working at a horse facility. I hope to incorporate that with helping at-risk juvenile girls."

Areas of involvement in clubs or organizations: Crookston Student Association (CSA); Peer Connections; Horseman's Association; Student Orientation Staff (SOS) Leader

Additional Comments: "I really enjoy my time at UMC! There are so many opportunities to become involved, both on and off campus. Thank you to UMC and the Crookston Rotary Club for sponsoring the Student of the Month Award. It's an honor to be selected."