A technology firm owner and entrepreneur urged high-achievingarea students to dream big dreams and to step out to take risks, even if failure could be looming just ahead, during the Bellefontaine Rotary Club’s 42nd annual Honors Night hosted Monday evening by Bellefontaine High School.
Calvary Christian School student Katharine Thompson, left, shakes hands with Bellefontaine Rotary Club member Dave Bezusko and is greeted by fellow Rotary Club members Monday evening during the club’s 42nd annual Honors Night recognizing county high school seniors at Bellefontaine High School. (EXAMINER PHOTO | MANDY LOEHR)
Lifelong Logan County resident Will Zell addressed the 160 high school seniors from Logan County, each of whom has earned an accumulative GPA of 3.5 or better during their high school careers.
The featured speaker encouraged the pupils that as they graduate from high school this spring, they should look to dream those big dreams by stepping outside of their comfort zone. He noted that those “big dreams” don’t necessarily have to be a job filled with “glitz and glam,” but instead could include working in the education field or being a parent, jobs that will stretch and grow them as individuals.
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