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The Monarch Beach Sunrise Rotary Club recognized two Dana Hills High School seniors for their academic success and volunteer service. Pictured (L to R) Zohreh Behbehani, McClain Vail, Elizabeth Soewondo, Cyndie Steinert and Alan Wickstrom. Courtesy photo
The Monarch Beach Sunrise Rotary Club recognized two Dana Hills High School seniors for their academic success and volunteer service. Pictured (L to R) Zohreh Behbehani, McClain Vail, Elizabeth Soewondo, Cyndie Steinert and Alan Wickstrom. Courtesy photo

By Andrea Papagianis

The Monarch Beach Sunrise Rotary Club recognizes two local students each month for their achievements both in and out of the classroom.

This month, Dana Hills High School seniors McClain Vail and Elizabeth Soewondo were named the club’s Students of the Month for their academic achievements and dedication to volunteering and serving their community.

On Wednesday, April 23, Rotarians honored Vail and Soewondo at their monthly meeting. The club also recognized their parents and the Dana Hills staff, including Assistant Principal Dian Johnson, for nurturing the students’ talents.

Rotary Club meetings are held at the Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort and Spa, which sponsors the club’s students of the month with a free breakfast. Find out more about the Rotary Club by visiting, www.monarchbeachrotary.com.

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