Henley named Eureka Springs Rotary Student of the Year

Thursday, June 7, 2018

Jordon Henley, daughter of Gary and Bethe Henley, has been named the Eureka Springs Rotary Student of the Year for the 2017-18 school year.

Henley graduated from Eureka Springs High School with a 4.08 GPA. Most of her classes were pre-advanced placement or advanced placement, and she has been a mentor of the National Honor Society through high school and the Junior National Honors Society before that. She has been active in sports, playing volley ball and soccer. She was on the cheerleading squad her freshman and sophomore years, serving as captain her sophomore year.

Henley was a member of Future Business Leaders of America and Rotary Interact Club. She served as treasurer of Rotary Interact her junior year and vice-president her senior year. She attended Rotary Youth Leadership Awards camp her junior year and volunteered as a counselor her senior year. She has worked on many fundraisers for both FBLA and Rotary Interact.

While she was a member, Rotary Interact donated more than $12,000 to charitable causes in Eureka Springs and around the world. Henley attended two work days at the Medical Supplies Network in Tulsa, Okla. Her artwork has been in shows all through high school. In addition to her excellence in school, she has worked for several business and continues to work at Sparky’s.

Henley will attend the University of Arkansas in the fall. In her honor, Eureka Springs Rotary Club will donate $100 to the Dolly Parton Imagination Library.

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