(Alpha Media- Brooke Bickford) The Fort Dodge Noon Rotary Club is hosting a banquet tonight at Fort Frenzy to recognize high school seniors from Fort Dodge Senior and St. Edmond high schools who will graduate in the top 10% of their class.
CEO of the Fort Dodge Community Foundation and Chairman of the event, Randy Kuhlman, says this is a way to honor and recognize the outstanding efforts of these young men and women.
“When we get the information from them it’s always very interesting and quite honestly amazing,” he said. “Most of them are in that 3.9 to 4.0 range grade point average wise and then they’re full of extracurricular activities, be it in sports or drama, speech those kind of things.Pretty amazing young men and women.”
All of the students are featured in today’s Fort Dodge Messenger Newspaper.
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