The Rotary Club of Hawley has honored another two students from Wallenpaupack Area High School as “Students of the Month.”


The Rotary Club of Hawley has honored another two students from Wallenpaupack Area High School as “Students of the Month.”
Jessica Flynn of Greentown, daughter of Linda Hawk and Frances Flynn, was selected Hawley Rotary’s November Student of the Month.  As a two-year member of Volunteers in Paupack, Jessica worked on the Hawley Hoedown and Winterfest, and the Relay for Life.  She has served as an after school Peer Tutor for four years and currently is the SADD Vice-President.  In her church, Jessica is a Sunday School teacher, lector, Minister of Hospitality, altar server, and has received the Bishop’s Award for Community Service.  She is a four-year member of the National Honor Society, Yearbook staff, the Concert Choir, and was a HOBY Ambassador, and achieved First Place in the National French Exam for four consecutive years.  Following graduation, Jessica will attend a four year liberal arts university to study sociology.
Sarah Schanke, daughter of Ellen and Aaron Schanke of Lake Ariel, has been very involved with Volunteers in Paupack activities such as food pantry, cards to troops, crafts in nursing homes, Hawley Hoedown and Winterfest.  The December Student of the Month has also been involved with the Ledgedale Fire Department fundraising activities and product acquisition for the Dessin Animal Shelter.  Sarah’s school activities at Wallenpaupack include the National Honor Society, SADD, Yearbook, Video Club, FBLA, and the Multimedia Club which she serves as President.  Because of her interest in technology, Sarah is a tutor for various software packages in school.  Her future plans include attending a two-year tech school for a degree in Web Design and Interactive Media or Digital Technology.
In May of each year, Hawley Rotary holds a luncheon for the 10 Wallenpaupack students honored over the school year. They receive a certificate and pin.
Hawley Rotary Club meets on Thusdays at 6 p.m. at Settler’s Inn. For reservations or information, call President James Pierce at 775-2916.