MONTEREY PARK ROTARY RECOGNIZES GEORGE HENSEL ETHICS ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS
Monterey Park, CA—April 1st at LA Bistro the Rotary Club of Monterey Park recognized the local winners of the George Hensel Ethics Essay Contest. Local high school students wrote an essay of 500-1,000 words on ethical issues confronting them in today’s complex world. The local winners received a certificate, a monetary reward and the opportunity to compete for a $3,000 scholarship at the Rotary District 5300 level. Jonathan Tam, who is not related to Monterey Park Rotary’s President, won first place in the contest. Anthony Salcido and Roland Truong tied for second.
The winners of the Rotary Club of Monterey Park’s George Hensel Ethics Essay contest.
Rotary President Jonathan Tam, MD (on the left) and second place winner Anthony Salcido on the right.
Rotary President Jonathan Tam, MD (on the left) and second place winner Roland Truong on the right (Roland and Anthony tied for second).
Rotary President Jonathan Tam, MD (on the left) and first place winner Jonathan Tam (no relation to President Jonathan Tam, MD) on the right.
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