Posted by Tom Burson on Jan 11, 2021
The Mechanicsburg Rotary students for the month of January were introduced on January 6 and were interviewed by Pres. Amy Bockis.
 
Marissa A. Duggan attends Mechanicsburg Area Senior High School. Her parents are John and Michelle Duggan. She is involved with the National Honors Society (NHS), President; Junior Class Vice President; Tri-M Music Honors Society, President; Glamour Girls, Senior Service President; French National Honors Society; Wildcat Singers; Concert Chorale; Symphonic Band; Flute Ensemble; Jazz Ensemble; and numerous other organizations. She enjoys singing, and playing the flute and piano. After HS he plans to attend Gettysburg College and major in Health Sciences and minor in Vocal Music.
 
Jocelyn M. Rumsey-Hebe attends Cumberland Perry AVTS. Her parent is April Lebo. She is involved with National Technical and Honors Society. After school hours she enjoys soccer, swimming and works at Kohl's. After HS she plans to attend Penn State, Lycoming College, or California University and study Graphic Design.
Sofia C. Godoy attends West Shore Christian Academy. Her parents are Francisco and Alexandra Godoy. She is involved with the National Honor Society, Soccer Camp, and Vacation Bible School. Her extracurricular activities include soccer, basketball, track and field, lacrosse, student government, Yearbook, Stage Crew, and Speech & Debate League. After high school she plans to attend Georgetown, 
University of North Carolina, Florida State, Penn State, Baylor, or University of Oklahoma  and Political Science.
 
 
The Rotary Club invites students from five schools to attend club meetings for a month during the school year. Each month a new group of students is  invited. At the end of the school year, the club awards $2,000 scholarships to a student from each school based on an application which they submit and the interactions that occur at the meetings. Students who continue their education in Pennsylvania also have an opportunity to receive a $2,000 matching grant from PHEAA (Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency) based on need.