Rushville Republican

November 13, 2012

Moles graduates Butler University


Rushville Republican

RUSHVILLE — Megan Moles represented her family and Rush County well through her four years at Butler University in Indianapolis. While there, she participated in playing the xylophone in the marching band which included solos, having a great time sharing in the fun at basketball games (which included playing and cheering the team to the final games at both Indy and Houston,) playing the keyboard and percussion in the Butler Basketball Band and cheering in the Butler Dawg Pound.

Megan also served as Independent Council Co-chairman of special events, secretary and later as president of Bulldogs for Life (an organization to promote the saving of innocent young life,) Sophomore and Junior Class Council, Yearbook staff, Butler Collegian sports writer, and for some income Megan refereed Butler Intramural Sports.

As Megan has done many times with her siblings and other youth of Rush County, she helped with after-school activities for youth of Indianapolis, her international caring included helping foreign students from India, Canada, Mexico, Ireland and more. She helped them become acclimated with Butler which included being on call for questions and driving them around town.

Megan served an internship at Congressman Mike Pence’s 6th district office in Anderson and later at the Washington D.C. office, on the election campaign staff for Gregory Ballard for Mayor of Indianapolis, as a volu8nteer for Luke Messer in his campaign for Congress 6th District, and with Susan Brooks for US Congress Indianapolis office. During the spring of her senior year she worked an internship at the State Republican Caucus in the Indiana Statehouse offices. With this and more Megan Moles was nominated as “Butler Top 100.”

Megan’s time at Butler University culminated on Saturday, May 12, 2012, at Hinkle Fieldhouse with her earning a degree of Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Moles; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. David Wallace; and sister and brother, Molly and Jacob in attendance.

Megan is now serving in the office of Representative Todd Rokita in Washington, D.C.

Megan’s, family and friends are very proud of her and expressed their congratulations as her fans.