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Pictured, from left, Denise Dein, acting Rotary president, Tom and Patty Dunn and Paige Dunn as she receives her certificate of accomplishment from Kirk Hutton, Blair Rotary Student of the Month chairman. (courtesy)


At a recent Blair Rotary Club meeting, Paige Dunn was recognized as the Blair High School Rotary Student of the Month for September. She is the daughter of Tom and Patty Dunn of Blair.

Dunn received a certificate of accomplishment and a $300 scholarship from the Blair Rotarians.

Dunn was recognized for her many school and community activities, which included being a senior mentor, on the superintendent's cabinet, cross-country, B- Club, Student Council, soccer letter winner, jazz band member and participant in speech competition.

Dunn's leadership roles include: Student Council, National Honor Society, senior class vice president, captain of the cross-country team, junior and sophomore class vice president, and Camp Fontanelle leadership workshop participant.

Her involvement and other service accomplishments have been working concessions at basketball games, working at the recycling center, visiting nursing homes and helping at Skinny Bones Corn Maze.

Dunn has received several honors and awards. Those include all-conference for soccer, most dedicated cross country runner, all-conference in cross-country, the O'Brian Youth Leadership Conference representative and best defensive soccer player.

Dunn is undecided on her college choice.

She is considering Concordia, Doane or the University of Nebraska Kearney, where she plans to major in math education and hopes to play soccer.

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