Clinton Rotary honors students


The Clinton Rotary Club was entertained by high school sophomore, Eli Bradley, a Life Scout of local Scout Troup 80. He presented his Eagle Scout project, ‘Documenting Amphibians and Reptiles of Sampson County.’ He is working with and submitting his data to the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. Eli is the first person to ever collect this type of data specifically in Sampson County. He is providing valuable information to the scientific community through his project. Pictured is Eli Bradley with Club President Candace Taylor.


Clinton Rotary sponsors four scholarships annually for students attending Sampson Community College. The scholarship recipients were recognized at Sampson Community College Wednesday, Sept. 9 following a celebratory cookout. Pictured from left to right are Membership Director Cary Taylor, President Candace Taylor, Scholarship Recipient Kristin Hairr and President Elect Kent Daughtry. Scholarship recipients not pictured are Monica Baldwin, Emily Rogers and Taylor Southerland.


The Clinton Rotary Club was entertained by high school sophomore, Eli Bradley, a Life Scout of local Scout Troup 80. He presented his Eagle Scout project, ‘Documenting Amphibians and Reptiles of Sampson County.’ He is working with and submitting his data to the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. Eli is the first person to ever collect this type of data specifically in Sampson County. He is providing valuable information to the scientific community through his project. Pictured is Eli Bradley with Club President Candace Taylor.

Clinton Rotary sponsors four scholarships annually for students attending Sampson Community College. The scholarship recipients were recognized at Sampson Community College Wednesday, Sept. 9 following a celebratory cookout. Pictured from left to right are Membership Director Cary Taylor, President Candace Taylor, Scholarship Recipient Kristin Hairr and President Elect Kent Daughtry. Scholarship recipients not pictured are Monica Baldwin, Emily Rogers and Taylor Southerland.

The Clinton Rotary Club was entertained by high school sophomore, Eli Bradley, a Life Scout of local Scout Troup 80. He presented his Eagle Scout project, ‘Documenting Amphibians and Reptiles of Sampson County.’ He is working with and submitting his data to the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. Eli is the first person to ever collect this type of data specifically in Sampson County. He is providing valuable information to the scientific community through his project. Pictured is Eli Bradley with Club President Candace Taylor.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_Program-Photo-Sept-10-2015-Eli-Bradley-2-.jpgThe Clinton Rotary Club was entertained by high school sophomore, Eli Bradley, a Life Scout of local Scout Troup 80. He presented his Eagle Scout project, ‘Documenting Amphibians and Reptiles of Sampson County.’ He is working with and submitting his data to the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. Eli is the first person to ever collect this type of data specifically in Sampson County. He is providing valuable information to the scientific community through his project. Pictured is Eli Bradley with Club President Candace Taylor.

Clinton Rotary sponsors four scholarships annually for students attending Sampson Community College. The scholarship recipients were recognized at Sampson Community College Wednesday, Sept. 9 following a celebratory cookout. Pictured from left to right are Membership Director Cary Taylor, President Candace Taylor, Scholarship Recipient Kristin Hairr and President Elect Kent Daughtry. Scholarship recipients not pictured are Monica Baldwin, Emily Rogers and Taylor Southerland.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_DSC_1542.jpgClinton Rotary sponsors four scholarships annually for students attending Sampson Community College. The scholarship recipients were recognized at Sampson Community College Wednesday, Sept. 9 following a celebratory cookout. Pictured from left to right are Membership Director Cary Taylor, President Candace Taylor, Scholarship Recipient Kristin Hairr and President Elect Kent Daughtry. Scholarship recipients not pictured are Monica Baldwin, Emily Rogers and Taylor Southerland.
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