CM’s Fisher honored by Noon Rotary

By Diana Miller - For the News Journal



High school senior Emilie Fisher has been selected to represent Clinton-Massie as one of the Wilmington Noon Rotary Club’s April Students of the Month. Fisher is known throughout the Clinton-Massie community for her strong character, and academic, athletic, and civic leadership.

Fisher has been a member and captain of Clinton-Massie’s volleyball, basketball, and softball teams, and is a member of the honor roll and Academic Hall of Fame.

Fisher, the daughter of Jason and Leslie Fisher, began serving as a volunteer for the Warren County Historical Society and Glendower Mansion when she was in she was in seventh grade, giving tours to visitors, working the front desk, and assisting with housekeeping. She has donated her hair on three occasions to Locks of Love and Pantene Beautiful Lengths, non-profit organizations that provide hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children.

Fisher attends Lebanon Presbyterian Church, and in her free time enjoys spending time with family and friends.

Looking to the future, Fisher plans to attend Denison University where she will major in data analytics and play softball for The Big Red.

Fisher will join other area Students of the Month at the Wilmington Noon Rotary club luncheon held at Damon’s Grill in Wilmington.

Information for this article was provided by Diana Miller, who coordinates communications for several area schools.


By Diana Miller

For the News Journal