Rotary recognizes Students of the Month

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The Superior Rotary Students of the Month for January are from left: Cjarlie Price, Jesus Pacheco and Stephanie Martinez. Not pictured is Anessa Bearup.
Mila Besich Lira | Superior Sun

By Mila Besich Lira

Superior Sun

The Superior Rotary Club recognized the January Students of the Month from the Superior Junior Senior High School. The students of the month for January were: Jesus Pacheco, Cjarlie Price, Stephanie Martinez, and Anessa Bearup.

Jesus Pacheco is a junior at Superior High School. He and his family recently moved to Superior from Las Vegas. His parents are Alicia Soto and Jesus Manuel Pacheco. He has become very active in the school by providing disc jockey services at the school sporting events and is a member of the Robotics Team. After high school he plans on becoming a border patrol agent.

Cjarlie Price is a sophomore at Superior High School. She is the daughter of Austin and Heather Price. She is a cheerleader for the football and basketball seasons. After high school she plans on becoming a veterinarian specializing in zoo animals.

Stephanie Martinez is the daughter of Brandi Martinez and the late Bobby Martinez. She is an eighth grader at Superior Junior High School. She is a cheerleader and is a manager for the girls basketball team. Stephanie would like to go to cosmetology school or Arizona State University.

Anessa Bearup was not able to attend the Rotary Club meeting. The Rotary Club also welcomed new members Jeanine Duarte and Kelly Padilla who will be representing OMYA as a member of Rotary.

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