President David Jones (third from left) joins with South Kitsap High School scholarship winners Emmeline Hutchinson (far left), Paige Ohman, Emma Ericson and Katie Hickle. (Rotary Club of South Kitsap photo)

President David Jones (third from left) joins with South Kitsap High School scholarship winners Emmeline Hutchinson (far left), Paige Ohman, Emma Ericson and Katie Hickle. (Rotary Club of South Kitsap photo)

Rotary of South Kitsap awards scholarships

Four students are graduates of South Kitsap High School

PORT ORCHARD — Four South Kitsap High School graduating seniors were awarded scholarships by the Rotary Club of South Kitsap on June 4.

The $1,000 scholarships were handed out to Emmeline Hutchinson, Paige Ohman, Emma Erickson and Katie Hickle by Rotary president David Jones at a meeting of the community service organization.

“These students make us proud,” Jones said. “Not only do they work hard at school, but they all give back to the community through considerable time devoted to volunteer efforts.”

Funds for the scholarships were generated through a Rotary Club fundraiser.

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