St. George Exchange Club: April 2013 Students of the Month

St. George Exchange Club April 2013 Students of the Month and President-Elect; Back row (L-R) Brian Brantz Warren, Cameron Hughes, Adam Esplin and Brett Labrum; Front row (L-R) Tanner Gilman, Abby Woods, Dorah James and Kathryn Olmstead, St. George, Utah, May 9, 2013 | Photo courtesy of Brian Tenney

ST. GEORGE – The St. George Exchange Club honored seven local students as Students of the Month for April 2013.

The students are: Brian Brantz Warren of Millcreek High School, Cameron Hughes of Pine View High School, Adam Esplin of Desert Hills High School, Tanner Gillman of Tuacahn High School, Abby Woods of Dixie High School, Dorah James of Millcreek High School and Kathryn Olmstead of Snow Canyon High School.

All students honored throughout the year by the club are seniors recognized for their scholastic achievements, community involvement and leadership at the schools. One student from each high school honored as a Student of the Month will have the opportunity to become a Student of the Year and receive a scholarship to the college of their choice.

The St. George Exchange Club meets Thursday mornings at 7:30 a.m. at George’s Corner restaurant in Ancestor Square. For more information on the club, call 435-574-9904 or visit the club website.

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St. George Exchange Club April 2013 Students of the Month and President-Elect; Back row (L-R) Brian Brantz Warren, Cameron Hughes, Adam Esplin and Brett Labrum; Front row (L-R) Tanner Gilman, Abby Woods, Dorah James and Kathryn Olmstead, St. George, Utah, May 9, 2013 | Photo courtesy of Brian Tenney
St. George Exchange Club April 2013 Students of the Month and President-Elect; Back row (L-R) Brian Brantz Warren, Cameron Hughes, Adam Esplin and Brett Labrum; Front row (L-R) Tanner Gilman, Abby Woods, Dorah James and Kathryn Olmstead, St. George, Utah, May 9, 2013 | Photo courtesy of Brian Tenney

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