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From left, Branford Rotary Club Student of the Month for October 2018 Samantha Esposito, accompanied by her parents Meredith and Gary Esposito, accepts her honors from Rotary Student of the Month Chairman Gary Gambardella and her nominating teacher Dr. Stephen Brown. (Photo by Tricia Bohan Photography Studios )
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The Branford Rotary Club continues its Student of the Month (SOM) program at Branford High School (BHS) by recognizing high-achieving students who have made distinctive academic contributions. Samantha Esposito, daughter of Meredith and Gary Esposito, was nominated by her teacher Dr. Stephen Brown for excellence in science. Samantha Esposito is a junior at Branford High School. Esposito was the recipient of the Philip Delise Award for the highest grade point average . She is a member of the Dance Team, Excel Club, Best Buddies, and the Spanish National Honor Society.
The Branford Rotary Club, now in its 90th year, is an organization of women and men representing a cross section of local business and professional leaders, living and/or employed in Branford who work on a variety of local and international projects to improve the quality of life in their home and world communities. The Branford Rotary Club meets weekly on Wednesday from 7:15 to 8:30 a.m. at the Parthenon Diner, 374 East Main Street, Branford. For more information, email Branford Rotary Club President Mary Donaruma at mary firstname.lastname@example.org and visit www.branford rotary.org.
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