Batavia Rotary recognies Ewing as October Student of the Month

November 7th, 2010    Author: Staff Report    Filed Under: Community

One high school student from Batavia High School is honored at the first Batavia Rotary Club meeting of each month during the school year.

These students live their lives in a manner that exemplifies the Rotary motto of “Service Above Self.”

Cassie Ewing was honored as the club’s Batavia High School “Student of the Month” for October 2010.

Cassie is being recognized for her service in the school community and greater Clermont county community.

Front row from left are Cassie Ewing, Batavia High School Student of the Month, and Ed Nurre, Batavia Rotary Student of the Month Program Chair; back row, Dan Haglage, Batavia Rotary Club President, and Jamie Corrill, Batavia High School Principal/Assistant Superintendent.
"Cassie is one of the many examples of Batavia's student leaders who are committed to their family and school community and for their dedication as a leader in and outside the classroom," Jamie Corrill, Batavia Local Schools Assistant Superintendent and Batavia High School Principal, said.

Ewing is planning on attending Liberty College upon graduation.

At Batavia, Ewing is very active in all aspects of the high school experience. She has served as a role model for her peers and for younger students.

She has volunteered her time to work with many charitable organizations in the community and encourages her peers to become involved in giving back to their school and community.

She is in the top five percent of her class, an honors student and is considered an academic student leader.

In addition to academic studies, Ewing is a member of Batavia's Green Glory Marching Band, Concert Band, and Percussion Ensemble.

She has also played significant roles in Batavia High School's musical productions, most notably Rogers and Hammerstein's "State Fair", and "Little Women."

She is very active in the non-denominational Christian youth organization Young Life, and her church. She looks forward to the many opportunities that the college experience will provide.

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. Visit for more information.
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