The Brady Rotary Club met Tuesday, Jan. 28, at noon at the Heart of Texas Depot Restaurant. Brady High School student, Frank Alfaro III was present for his first visit. He is the son of Frank and Anna Alfaro and his siblings are Angela and Michael. He is a member of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, St. Patrick’s Youth Group and Youth Alive Bible Club. He is a member of PALS, FCCLA where he serves as chapter president and vice-president of acheivement and projects, UIL One-Act Play, Annual staff where he serves as editor, Student Council, Interact, Future Teachers of America and National Honor Society. He participates in basketball, cross country and was a regional qualifier in both UIL accounting and UIL computer science. He is in MIT MITES 2007, MITES Genomics participant, class favorite, voted most representative, outstanding student in Algebra I, Computer Science, and Biology AP, Mr. FTA and Who’s Who Among American High School Students. His goal is to attend MIT or some other elite coast school and study computer science or humanities. His future plans are to research and find a cure for diseases and/or develop computer software. His main goal is to make a positive difference in the world and be an inspiration to others. Program Chairman Sue Owens introduced Kathleen Gray, counselor at Brady Elementary. She answered the question as to why we need a counselor. Her response was that kids need help to conquer their needs, solve their problems and help them open their eyes. The $2 bill was won by Martin Leatherwood for knowing what pro football team had a perfect season. Program Chairman for Feb. 5 will be Bob Rice.