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March 2022 High School Student of the Month

Matthew Hutchison is the Norman Lions Club high school student of the month for March, 2022.

Hutchison is a freshman at Norman North High School. He earned a 4.0 his first semester and currently has a 3.78 GPA.

Hutchison is a freshman senator in the NNHS Student Congress, D.E.N and serves on the video committee. He is a member of the general committee of Students Performing Unselfish Deeds, S.P.U.D. through which he participated in a variety of community service projects, fundraising events and personally raised money to benefit local families in hardship and local organizations that help people in the community. He is a member of Key Club and a Star rank member of the Boy Scouts of America, Troop 219. He has earned 21 merit badges, is currently working toward Eagle rank, and has been elected 4 times to serve as Patrol Leader over the past 3 and a half years. Hutchison has been serving as an acolyte for St. John's Episcopal Church for the past 6 years, and is in his second year as Co-Captain of his Acolyte team.

In addition to leadership and serving the community, Matthew enjoys playing for the NNHS Jr. Varsity Baseball team as pitcher and first baseman. He also enjoys playing the alto saxophone for the NNHS marching and symphonic bands and has earned superior ratings for both solo and ensemble at the OSSAA music contest.

Prior academic activities include representing China at the Middle School Model
United Nations conference at O.U., participating in the YMCA Youth and
Government, where he earned Outstanding Delegate of the YMCA 13th Model
Legislative Day 2020. Hutchison was a middle school participant on the NNHS
Speech and Debate team for two years entering several Novice Public Forum Competitions. He served as a representative on the Whittier Student Council and participated in Biz Kid$ contest and the Technology Student Association Competition.

Hutchison plans to follow his interest in leadership and public service by pursuing a degree in International Relations and Diplomacy before continuing his education in law school.

We welcome you to the Norman Lions Club.

Norman Lions Club has a long tradition of interest in education.  In the early years many of our members were university professors and that tradition continues today.  We have three programs involving students.  We choose a high shcool student to honor five months per year, we honor an international student, and we select a music student to recieve the club's Louis B. Salter award.

Erica Valleramos, International Student for October, 2022


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