9/9/2017 4:00:00 PM Jackson Rotary Club renews 'Seniors of Month'
The start of another school year means that the Jackson Rotary Club is once again welcoming two outstanding members of the Jackson High School senior class to be their special guests of the club each month of the school year. Miah Miller and Chloe Parsons were welcomed at the Tuesday, Sept. 5 luncheon meeting and have the distinction of being the first “Seniors of the Month” for the 2017-2018 school year. Seated (from the left) are Rotary Seniors Chloe Parsons and Miah Miller. Standing (from the left) are: Rotarians Tom Scheffer, Erin Dailey, Rotary District Assistant Governor Greg Ervin, Past President Sandy Borden, President Susan Rogers, Rotary Senior Project Chair and Jackson Schools Director of Special Projects Debby Crabtree, Shadra Jenkins, Rotarian and Jackson Schools Treasurer Rachel Strawser, Rotarian and Jackson Superintendent of Schools Phil Howard, and Rotarian Dave Samples. (Telegram Photo By Pete Wilson)
In conjunction with the beginning of another school year, the Jackson Rotary Club has renewed its long-standing "Rotary Seniors of the Month" program in which two outstanding seniors are recognized by the club during each month of the school year.
Club members welcomed the Seniors of the Month for September, Miah Miller and Chloe Parsons, at their Tuesday, Sept. 5 luncheon meeting. Miller and Parsons will be special guests of the club at each of the meetings in September. Rotary Seniors of the Month are chosen on the basis of their high school academic standing and their involvement in extra-curricular and community activities.
Miller is the son of Betty and Andy Miller of Glen Nell Road, Wellston. He has been a leader in several different student organizations and is currently a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, Student Health Council, Youth in Government, and the Youth Leadership Association. In the community, he has participated in HOBY Camp, served as a camp counselor for I Believe/OASC Camp, and has been very active as a member of the Leo Club and Interact Club. He is serving as president of Interact Club, which is Rotary's official youth organization at the high school level.
After high school graduation, Miller plans to attend New York University and major in Finance with a career objective of becoming a stockbroker on Wall Street.
Parsons is the daughter of Emily Crabtree of Pearl Street, Jackson. At school, she is very active as a varsity cheerleader and member of the National Honor Society, Student Health Council, Youth in Government, Saving Power Rangers, and the Youth Leadership Association. In the community, she has contributed as a member of the Leo Club, as a tutor for the Jackson Middle School Success program, and as vice president of the Interact Club.
After graduating from high school, Parsons plans to attend Miami University and enroll in the Farmer School of Business with the career goal to be successful in international sales and marketing.