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Branford Rotary June Student of the Month Brooke O’Leary (third from right), accompanied by (from left) her nominating teacher Bing Miller and mother Deirdre O’Leary, accepts her honors from Rotary Club President Mary Donaruma and Rotary Club Co-chairs John Altavilla and Gary Gambardella (at rear). (Photo by David Chew )
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Brooke O’Leary, daughter of Deirdre and Peter O’Leary, is the Branford Rotary June Student of the Month. Brooke O’Leary was nominated by her teacher Bing Miller for excellence in English. O’Leary, a junior at Branford High School, is a member of the National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, Chemistry Club, Model Congress, and the school newspaper; she also captained the swim team. Her future includes college and a career as a doctor.
The Branford Rotary Club, in its 91st 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. For more information, email Branford Rotary Club President Mary Donaruma at mary firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.branfordrotary.org.
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