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Hartford Rotary November Students of the Month  | By Ron Schlitt

December 7, 2019 – Hartford, WI – The Hartford Rotary Club and Hartford Union High School are pleased to announce that Nicholas Carter, Camila Ewing, and Jordyn Schmitt were honored recently as Rotary Students of the Month.  The students were given special recognition for their accomplishments at the Hartford Rotary Club’s Thursday noon meetings during the month of November.



Nicholas Carter is the son of Kathy and Greg Carter.  Carter has been active in various co-curricular activities at HUHS.  He has participated in Soccer, Volleyball, SkillsUSA, Model United Nations Club, and the National Honor Society.  Carter currently serves as secretary of the SkillsUSA Club and treasurer of the Model United Nations Club.  Carter placed 3rd at the State SkillsUSA competition in Precision Machining Technology during his sophomore year and 2nd at the State SkillsUSA competition in the Automated Manufacturing Team during his junior year.  He has also been active in WORS Mountain Bike racing. Carter has given back to his community by volunteering his time at the National Honor Society Spaghetti dinner, chairing the SkillsUSA bean bag toss tournament, helping out at a middle school Spanish competition and serving as a camp counselor at Camp Eagle Ridge summer leadership camp. After high school, Carter plans to further his education in the field of engineering.



Camila Ewing is the daughter of Veronica and John Ewing.  Ewing is a member of the SkillsUSA Team, the National Honor Society, Co-President of the Model UN Club and a four-year member of the girls tennis team at HUHS.  Ewing exhibits a strong passion for the Arts.  She has taken piano lessons since 2nd grade and can play five different instruments.  Ewing placed 3rd in the SkillsUSA District Architectural Drafting Competition and received two honorable mentions in the Milwaukee Scholastic Art and Writing Competition. Ewing has given back to her community by volunteering her time at Casa Guadalupe, the Washington County Humane Society, and with the Friends of Abused Families organization. Ewing plans to attend Kansas State University to earn a Master’s degree in architecture.  Her dream job would be to one day own a house flipping business.

 Jordyn Schmitt is the daughter of Hollie and Paul Schmitt.  Schmitt is a member of the National Honor Society and has participated in Girls Basketball, Girls Softball and FBLA/DECA at HUHS.  Schmitt has given back to her community by volunteering at various community and church fundraisers, the HNR School Fun Fair, and the Salvation Army Bell Ringing Campaign. Schmitt is in her third year of the Project Lead the Way Program and has a strong interest in the field of nursing.  Currently, she is a CNA at Hartford Hospital through the youth apprentice program.  After graduation from HUHS, Schmitt plans to attend Moraine Park Technical College for nursing.  She also loves to travel and has already spent time in Mexico, Spain, and Morocco.


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