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Henderson Jr. gains Rotary honor

Joshua Henderson Jr., a senior at Sequim High School, accepts his Sequim Sunrise Rotary’s May Vocational Student of the Month award from nominating teacher Kevin Phillips.   - Submitted photo
Joshua Henderson Jr., a senior at Sequim High School, accepts his Sequim Sunrise Rotary’s May Vocational Student of the Month award from nominating teacher Kevin Phillips.
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Joshua Henderson Jr., a senior at Sequim High School, was recognized as the Sequim Sunrise Rotary’s May Vocational Student of the Month.

He was nominated by his Sequim High School teacher Kevin Phillips for his great attitude in class and aptitude with automotive mechanics and welding.

Henderson’s mother Amy and grandfather Fred Wilson, joined him at the meeting.

Henderson was the film coordinator for the high school football team and enjoys being involved in track. Outside of school, he works and rides his quad.

He plans to attend Peninsula College and become a certified welder.

 

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