Each month, the Fulton Noon Rotary Club invites two high school seniors to attend one of their luncheon meetings.
For the month of February, the student guest were Kate Rothrock and Mitchell Lalik. The students were introduced to the club by Rotarian Nancy Kush Ellis.
Both seniors are members of the National Honor Society. They have been active in school clubs, taken advanced placement courses, and performed in music and drama activities, and helped community groups.
Rothrock has played soccer, volleyball and lacrosse, works part-time, is active in her church and community.
She has also participated in the New Visions Program in the health field. She also writes a column called “Bodley Bulletins” in The Valley News.
She plans on attending college to study to be a nurse practitioner. Her choices for college are either Nazareth or Niagara universities.
Lalik has been a member of the student senate, the H.O.P.E. club, the yearbook staff, science, spanish and drama clubs.
In sports, he has played soccer, indoor track, cross country and tennis.
He has also held leadership roles in every activity he has participated in. After graduation, Lalik plans on attending a college in the Rochester area to major in marketing and advertising.