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Scholarship Award Winner: Boynton Beach/Lantana Rotary Club

The Boynton Beach/Lantana Rotary Club has awarded the first scholarship for a student of the United States to attend the May 28-29 Molecular Frontiers Annual Symposium in Stockholm, Sweden at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Destiny Andrews, a certified student pilot and a junior at Boynton Beach High School’s BASA Aviation Academy will be accompanied by her physics teacher, Nicole Neuhengen and Rotary Club past-president Deborah Donnelly-McLay, who is a member of the Strategic Board of Molecular Frontiers. By partnering with Molecular Frontiers, Rotary gives students the opportunity to learn and expand in the areas of science, while forming an international fellowship bond. Photo (from left): Boynton Beach High School physics teacher Nicole Neuhengen, Boynton Beach/Lantana Rotary Club President Dr. Gay Voss, Boynton Beach/Lantana Rotary Club Past President Deborah Donnelly-McLay, scholarship recipient Destiny Andrews, and Destiny’s mother, Heather Andrews. Photo provided

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