The Rotary Club of Westerville Foundation last week awarded its first ever $10,000 college scholarship to Lindsey Hartshorn of Westerville North High School. The Foundation’s Scholarship Committee presented Lindsay with the Rotary Club of Westerville Achievement Award and the scholarship notification Thursday, April 30 at Westerville North. Lindsay plans to attend Ohio State University this fall and pursue a career in oncology. Scholarship Committee Chairwoman Lisa Janszen said Lindsey personifies the Rotary motto of “Service Above Self,” through active involvement in both school and the community. At Westerville North, Lindsey has been an exceptional student and deeply involved in extracurriculars, through both sports and theater. She also performed extensive community service in her after-school hours. The volunteer work included involvement in many Rotary activities. In 2019 Lindsey attended RYLA, the Rotary Youth Leadership Academy. She this year’s president of the school’s Rotary-affiliated Interact Club, and she also volunteered with the I CAN program staged by Rotary Clubs of Westerville in the school district’s elementary schools. Lindsey also has volunteered at the Citizens for Humane Action Animal Shelter and the Central College Food Pantry. The AP Scholar and Global Scholar, recognized for Superior Academic Achievement, also took college classes while enrolled at...