Bring canned goods for Helping Hand

The Brady Rotary Club met Tuesday, Sept. 23 at 12 noon at the Caf’ on the Square. Student Rotarian, Stacy Currie, was present for her first visit. She is the daughter of Gilbert and Jackie Currie and a senior at Brady High School. She is a member of the Famed Brady Bulldog Band where she serves as drum major, Future Teachers of America (FTA), Rotary Interact Club and Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA). Awards she has received include the Hugh O’ Brien Leadership Award and the International Foreign Language Award. She was honored by being named to “Who’s Who Among High School Students, the National Honor Roll and was also recognized as an “All-American Scholar.” She is listed on the A-B Honor Roll at BHS and attended the Lion’s Honor Banquet. A member of the First United methodist Church of Brady, she has one sister, Sarah Currie. Rotarian Brian Wiggins asked that we bring canned goods to each meeting in October to donate to the McCulloch County Helping Hands Center. Program chairman Wadena McAlister introduced coach Todd Bandy of Brady High School. He discussed the football program at BHS as well as other boys and girls sports. Cross-country and tennis are receiving more emphasis now. He also praised the work of the Booster Club. He told of the scholastic policy of the UIL for students’they must pass all classes. Coach Bandy also praised the coaching staff in the Brady schools. The $2 bill was won by Tom Swearingen for being the lucky handshaker. Program chairman for Sept. 30 is Caroline Parks.

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