Del Mar Rotary presents Service-Above-Self Award to Torrey Pines High School student

Steven Sorkin, Beth Skillman

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The Rotary Club of Del Mar presented the Erik Scott Sorensen Service-Above-Self Award to Troy Shumway on May 30 at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church.

This award is presented to a Torrey Pines student who, though physically challenged, is an inspiration to fellow students because of his/her positive approach to life and readiness to volunteer, capturing the spirit and principles of Rotary.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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