Rotary honors HHS studentsFour Hudson High School seniors were named Students of the Month by Hudson’s two Rotary Clubs, the Daybreak Club and the Thursday Noon Club.
Four Hudson High School seniors were named Students of the Month by Hudson’s two Rotary Clubs, the Daybreak Club and the Thursday Noon Club.
Mark Tully and Tom Penman were selected by the Noon Club, and Jamie Coulson and Cole Madden were selected by the Daybreak Club. Each student gave a brief message and received a certificate and pin from each club.
Tully has been active in school with football, track and was a four-year academic letter winner. Outside of school he has participated in several mission trips. He plans to attend Texas State University in San Marcos and study physical therapy. He is the son of Dana Tuffy.
Penman has been active in school with National Honor Society and Wisconsin Math League. He will attend the Colorado School of Mines in Golden for engineering. He is the son of Bruce and Cheri Penman.
Coulson has been active in school with track, forensics, SADD, DECA and National Honor Society. Outside of school she has been active at the Hudson Dance Academy. Coulson plans to attend the University of Minnesota and study veterinary medicine. She is the daughter of Maggie and Jim Coulson.
Madden has been active in school with music and jazz band. Outside of school he has played guitar for services at both Trinity Lutheran and Bethel Lutheran Churches. He plans to attend the McNally Smith College of Music in St. Paul. He is the son of Lori and Geno Madden.
The Daybreak Rotary Club meets each Wednesday morning at the Hudson Golf Club. The Thursday Noon Club meets each Thursday noon at the Hudson Golf Club. For more information on the Daybreak Club, call Trudy Popenhagen, (715) 386-4780. For information on the Thursday Noon Club, call Dan Martens, (715) 386-0424.