They're recognized at club luncheon at American Legion.

Rotary Students of the Month for February 2013
 
Lilli Denison, a senior at Crookston High School


     Family: Parents Ron and Janet Denison, Brother Carter Denison

     Plans after high school:  “I plan to attend Hamline University in the Twin Cities and major in business management.

     Areas of involvement in clubs or organizations: Leo Club; Student Council; Tennis; Band; National Honor Society; Sunday School Teacher

     Honors and Awards: Listed on the Honor Roll throughout high school; “Most Dedicated” award in Tennis
 
    Additional Comments:  “Thank you to Crookston Rotary for this award.”


 
Brooke Novak, a senior majoring in Communication at the University of Minnesota Crookston

    Hometown: Dahlen, North Dakota
 
    Plans after college: “I plan to attend Graduate school at the University of North Dakota. I would love to further my education and work in student activities at the collegiate level. I would like to stay within the state of North Dakota, my home state or at least the Midwest.”
 
    Areas of involvement in clubs or organizations: SPACE (Student Programming and Activities for Campus Entertainment) Chair; CSA (Crookston Student Association) Member; Peer Connections
 
    Honors and Awards: Outstanding Student Achievement Award (2012); Presidential Volunteer Award (2010, 2011)
 
    Additional Comments:  “I am honored to have been nominated and voted as the Student of the Month. It is nice to know that people do appreciate what I am doing on campus. I greatly appreciate this!”



Rotary Students of the Month for March 2013
 
Sydney Luckow, a senior at Crookston High School
 
    Family: Parents Chris and Kathy Luckow; Siblings Hollie Edlund, Spencer Luckow, and Khloe Luckow
 
    Plans after high school:  “I plan to attend Augsburg in the Cities for psychology or music therapy. I’m also interested in minoring in Spanish.”
 
    Areas of involvement in clubs or organizations: FCA; Leo Club; Yearbook Staff; Soccer, Softball, National Honor Society; Sunday School Teacher; Attended ELCA National Youth Gathering in New Orleans in 2012
 
    Honors and Awards: National Honor Society
 
    Additional Comments:  “Thank you for the award, and I appreciate the support of the community. I am very honored to receive this recognition.”


 
Kayla Bellrichard, a junior majoring in Business Management at the University of Minnesota Crookston

    Hometown: Elk River, Minnesota
 
    Plans after college:  “I plan to attend graduate school while starting my career in business.”
 
    Areas of involvement in clubs or organizations: Vice President of the CSA (Crookston Student Association); Minnesota Student Legislative Coalition; Golden Ducks Chapter of Ducks Unlimited; Archery Club; National Society of Leadership and Success
 
    Honors and Awards: Regal Spirit Award/SnoDaze Princess; Crookston Jobs Scholarship Recipient
 
    Additional Comments:  “I am very honored to receive this award and appreciate the support of my fellow students, Crookston Rotary, and the community of Crookston. Thank you!”