CLARKSVILLE — High school senior Megan Stotts has been selected to represent Clinton-Massie as one of the Wilmington Noon Rotary Club’s March Students of the Month.
Megan is known throughout the Massie community for her strong character and creative perspective. She currently serves as the editor of the Clinton-Massie High School yearbook and has worked diligently to help create a collection of Massie memories.
Outside the classroom, she is a nine-year member of the Clinton-County 4-H organization and is a third-year 4-H camp counselor.
Looking to the future, Megan plans to attend the School of Advertising Art in Kettering, where she hopes to earn an Associate of Applied Business in Advertising Art and become a hybrid designer.
In her free time, she enjoys pursuing her interests in photography, graphic design, traveling, and 4-H.
Megan joined other area Students of the Month at the Wilmington Noon Rotary club luncheon held at Damon’s Grill in Wilmington.
Megan is the daughter of Susie Stotts and Dale Stotts.
Information for this article was provided by Diana Miller, who coordinates communications for several area schools.