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Beating the Odds

Sea Island Rotary recognizes inspiring high schooler Kenneth Poole

John Perrill, right, of the Sea Island Rotary Club, presents Kenneth Poole with a check for $1,000 on Tuesday, March 18, during the club’s weekly meeting. At left is club president Rion Salley. Poole, 16, a Battery Creek High School sophomore, is recovering from bone cancer and is also in the school’s JROTC and INTERACT club. He is raising money to become a People to People Student Ambassador to Australia this summer. Photo by Bob Sofaly.
John Perrill, right, of the Sea Island Rotary Club, presents Kenneth Poole with a check for $1,000 on Tuesday, March 18, during the club’s weekly meeting. At left is club president Rion Salley. Poole, 16, a Battery Creek High School sophomore, is recovering from bone cancer and is also in the school’s JROTC and INTERACT club. He is raising money to become a People to People Student Ambassador to Australia this summer. Photo by Bob Sofaly.
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