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Rotary Club Honors El Puente Student of the Month

Cory Adam Named by Rotary Club of Santa Barbara Sunrise for September


The Rotary Club of Santa Barbara Sunrise honored Richard Romeo as El Puente Student of the Month for September 2010.

Bill Boyd, Rotary President; David Velarde, Rotary member; Cory Adams, teacher; Richard Romeo, student of the month, with his mother.
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Bill Boyd, Rotary President; David Velarde, Rotary member; Cory Adams, teacher; Richard Romeo, student of the month, with his mother.

Richard was nominated by his teacher, Cory Adam, who recognized Richard’s achievements and maturity. Richard is a senior. Positive acknowledgment and a plague is given to the student in honor of the work that he/she has done to improve attendance and grades while attending El Puente School. This is a proud moment for students and their parents, congratulations.

Rotary Club of Santa Barbara Sunrise meets at 7:00 a.m. on Wednesday at the Santa Barbara Club, 1105 Chapala Street.

Santa Barbara Club

1105 Chapala Street, Santa Barbara, CA
805-965-6547. More Info

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