As part of its ongoing effort to recognize students in area high schools for their accomplishments, and who exemplify the Rotary motto of “Service Above Self,” the Batavia Rotary Club recognized Asia Moore as the club’s “Student of the Month” for March 2010.
Asia Moore has attended the Thomas A. Wildey School for four years. She lives at the Southwest Ohio Developmental Center in the Batavia School District and previously attended the Margaret Rost School in Bridgetown.
Moore is part of the Wildey Senior Vocational classroom where the students work on developing employment skills that can be used in the community. Among other activities, she focuses on the school’s own specialized dog bone business, making homemade dog bones and selling them to several pet stores and veterinary offices in the Clermont County area.
Moore's best quality is how friendly and polite she is. Each day, she is very sociable and greets everyone she meets throughout her school and in the community as well. Fashion is her main priority, just like every typical teenage girl. In her spare time, she enjoys shopping with family and friends for the latest styles.
After graduation in May, Moore will be seeking opportunities through the Community Employment Department of the Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities.
The Batavia Rotary Club is comprised of a diverse group of community-minded members from Batavia and the surrounding areas that are working together to address various community and international needs and to promote peace and understanding throughout the world.
Batavia Rotary Club meetings are held every Tuesday at 7 a.m. at the Hawk Building on Taylor Road, Clermont County Airport.Prospective new members and visiting Rotarians are always welcome. Please visit www.batavia-rotary.org for more information.