Rotary scholarship winner

GREENVILLE – Brittany McTeer, a senior at St. Joseph High School, received the Rotary Four Way Test Award and scholarship, along with five other local seniors from the Greenville Rotary Chapter. The staff and administration selected McTeer in honor of her integrity, high ethical standards and principles.
“Brittany (McTeer) was chosen because few individuals hold the high standard and moral compass she possesses. Brittany is a strong young woman, whose character is beyond reproach. She is a wonderful student, athlete, servant leader and character role model,” said Paul Artman, St. Joseph School principal.
McTeer is a member of the National Honor Society, Interact Club and president of the St. Joseph Ambassadors. She is the captain of the St. Joseph Lady Softball Team, a member of the soccer team and served as football manager for six years.
She has accepted a scholarship to play softball at Mississippi Delta Community College, where she will work towards her business degree. She is the daughter of Mrs. Kim Elkins and Mr. Lee McTeer and a member of St. Joseph Parish.
Each of the recipients received a medal, certificate and a $500.00 scholarship to the college of their choice from the Greenville Rotary Chapter. The Rotarians use a four way test to make decisions. Is it the TRUTH? Is it FAIR to all concerned? Will it build goodwill and better friendships? Will it be beneficial to all concerned? The committee uses this standard for the scholarship recipient.