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Supporting Our Youth, Community & Global Efforts

Our Rotary club actively supports the youth in our community by:

Supporting Youth in the Community

  • Giving a dictionary to every 4th grade student in the Stayton, Sublimity, Aumsville and Turner area.
  • Sponsoring a “4-Way Test” essay and speech contest for area 7th and 8th grade students.
  • Awarding multiple scholarships to area high school seniors.
  • Giving student of the month awards to area high school students.
  • Paying for youth to attend American Legion Boys State and Girls State.
  • Providing financial support to programs like the Santiam Youth Peer Court, Friends of the Family, and school music programs.

 
2018 STAYTON AREA ROTARY SCHOLARSHIPS

2018 the Stayton Area Rotary was able to give out 5 scholarships for a total distribution of $6000; (2) for $1500 and (3) for $1000. Above photo is of the chair for the Stayton Area Rotary scholarship program Sam Brentano. Thanks to everyone who has supported us over the year – this program is one of the biggest reasons we do what we do in our community.

Below is the list of the 2018 scholarship benefactors;

$1500. Emily Adams
School Attended: Regis High School
GPA: 4.28
College Plans: Franciscan University of Steubenville – Nursing

$1500. Bradley Phelps
School Attended: Stayton High School
GPA: 4.
College Plans: Princeton University – International & Public Affairs

$1000. Qiaochu (Hannah) Cui
School Attended: Regis
GPA: 4.19
College Plans: University of Oregon – Mathematics & Linguistics

$1000. Lindsey Grossman
School Attended: Scio High School
GPA: 3.4
College Plans: Orange Coast College in Cal – Nursing

$1000. Kaitlyn Hofmann
School Attended: Stayton High School
GPA: 4.
College Plans: University of Oregon – Business Administration

 

Community Services Supported by Stayton Area Rotary

  • Community Thanksgiving Dinner
  • Fire Department
  • Chamber Community Awards
  • Upward Bound
  • Stayton Troop 50
  • Peer Court
  • Family Building Blocks

Global Efforts

  • Eradication of Polio
  • Sustaining International Projects