Posted by Craig Payan on Jun 12, 2018


JUNE 12, 2018
Representatives from the Oak Forest Rotary Club presented 4-Way Test Awards to local students over the past few weeks. 
Rotary is an organization of business and professional men and women united worldwide to provide humanitarian service and help build goodwill and peace in the world.
The 4-Way Test is a primary foundation of Rotary.  It is used around the world in business, government, schools and homes as an effective ethics measuring stick.  The Test reads: Of the things we think, say and do: 1. Is it the Truth?  2. Is it fair to all concerned?  3. Will it build goodwill and better friendships?  4. Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
The Oak Forest Rotary Club’s 4-Way Test Award program began in 1987.  The Club presents the Award every year to a boy and a girl from local elementary and middle schools.  The winners are recognized for demonstrating good behavior and exhibiting a strong moral character.  The medallion awards are presented to the students at their school’s awards assembly or graduation ceremony.
This year’s winners are: Natalie Murphy and Bruno Carrillo from Arbor Park Middle School; Melanie Andrysiak and Anthony Masino from Fierke Education Center; Madison Prim and William Englund from Lee R. Foster School; Amanda Hults and Evan Moss from Hille Middle School; Emilia Dobrzyn and Charles Davidson from Kerkstra Elementary School; Giovanna Quilico and Zeke Roque from Scarlet Oak School; NeShell White and Colin McGuire from St. Damian School.
The Oak Forest Rotary Club meets for lunch at 12:15 PM every Tuesday at Midlothian Country Club except for the 1st Tuesday of the month when the Club meets for dinner at 6:00 PM at Beggar’s Pizza.  For membership information visit the Club’s website at