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Local Students Recognized at December Roselle-Roselle Park Rotary Meeting

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Local Students Recognized at December Roselle-Roselle Park Rotary Meeting Credits: Kathy Lloyd
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ROSELLE/ROSELLE PARK, NJ - Local students Magdalena Starzec from Abraham Clark H.S., Caroline Munoz from Roselle Park H.S., and Tyara McQueen from Roselle Catholic H.S. were honored as Students of the Month, for the month of December, at the breakfast meeting of the Roselle-Roselle Park Rotary on Thursday morning.  

The Rotary’s District 7510’s Governor Robert Zeglarski was back in his home club to speak about his travels within the Rotary districts. The club also recognized that it was Pearl Harbor Day, and they honored those who had lost their lives that day, with a reading and a moment of silence.

Highlights from the meetings including the student's remarks can be viewed below. 

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