Word of the Day: Summit

sum·mit /ˈsəmət/, noun: 1. the highest point of a mountain or hill “It is very lonesome at the summit! Like a man’s life, when he has climbed to eminence.” Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1804 – 1864 “Soldiers, think of it, from the summit of these pyramids, forty centuries look down upon you.” Napoléon Bonaparte, 1769 – 1821 2. a meeting between heads of government “It is not easy to see how things could be worsened by a parley at the summit, if such a thing were possible.” Winston Churchill, 1874 – 1965 pictured: The Rotary Club of Dormont-Mt. Lebanon participated again in the Dictionary Project to distribute dictionaries to third grade students across the district. On the afternoon of Friday, January 22, 2016, Rotary Club of Dormont-Mt. Lebanon members presented to the third grade students with new dictionaries. Ms. Lisa Dorn and Mrs. Melissa Fuson spent a few minutes talking with each third grade classroom as they handed out the dictionaries. “We want to thank these local Rotarians and the Rotary Club of Dormont-Mt. Lebanon for their generosity and thoughtfulness by providing such a valuable resource for our third grade students.”