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June 1, 2010 The Press Page 7 Former elementary principal Monica Hejlik had the audience in laughter for most of her speech as she reminisced about her days at the school. (Photo: Larry Biri) Fordville-Lankin 2010 graduate has his tassel moved to the other side of his cap by School Board President Terry Novak (Photo: Larry Biri) Adams-Edmore Meghan McIntyre Honor Roll Derak mostoller 4th Quarter Miriah Nygaard Seniors Bradey Restad "A" Juniors Kasey Anne "A" Alexander Bata Amanda Boe Travis Hermanson Mary Bylin Jamie Kendall Courtney Drevecky Jordon Kuchar Logan Erickson Jocelyn Lee Brandon Hoime "B" Shirley Hum Brandon Ivesdal Breanna Rose Trista Jerome "B" Sarah Larsen James Nienhuis Jesa Legacie Brandon Thomas Sophomores Ashtin Freije Nicole Bylin "A" Tia Hermanson Karlee Linstad William Bata John Niehuis Shelby Lorenze Gabrielle Damschen Raevyn Pesek "B" Dwight Fickert Garret Pic Patricia Mack Katerina Hoime Mary Skjervheim 7th Grade Nicole Schonauer "B" "A" "B" Thomas Boe Jacob Bredeson Megan Agotness Nikki Fickert Candra Kalhagen Holli Lee Lucas Kratochvil Kaden Martinson BreAnna Misialek Karl Larsen Jaedyn Pesek Brady pesek Chance Mack "B" Garret/Skorheim Kailynn McIntyre Fallyn Freiji Freshman Tiffany Retzlaff Tim Hodek "'A'" 8th Grade Miranda Martinson Breiann Feast "A" Kelsey Misialek Valley Honor Students with an "A" Bill Klose Chris Martinson Ryan Iverson Roll average were: Freshmen Rebecca O'Toole Ashley MacDonald Honor roll for the Seniors Austin Markel Juniors Abby Niemann fourth quarter of the 2009- Tiffany Hurtt Kenzie Martinson Briana Barclay Freshmen 10 school year has been Kaci Phelps Karl Olson Levi Hurtt Haley Braathen named at Valley High Rachel Tharalson Philip Hurtt Kadee Gullickson School of Hoople-Crystal Juniors Students with a"B" Larissa Markel Laura Hinkel by Principal John J. Thomas Shephard average were: Sophomores Shayna Phelps Oistad, III Brittany Estad Seniors Jacob Holm Ashley Reilly Sophomores Carly Augustin Alex Holt Class Salutatorian Danielle Gorder presents Tessa zahradka with a fireman's helmet. Danielle presented each member of the class with a gift. Tessa had apparently hollered out fire during a class, which prompted the gift of the helmet. (Photo: Larry Biri) UND Graduates Nearly 1,6oo Spring, 2,700 in 2oo9-1o U.S. Secretary of Homeland (BS & BSCLS); Edmore -- Security Janet Napolitano JordanDiseth (BSIT); Grafton -- delivered the main address at the Emily Bina (BSN, Summa Cure University of North Dakota's Laude), David Boura (BSEE, general commencement Saturday, Summa Cum Laude), Danielle May 15, in the Alerus Center. Droske (BA), Tracy Forbord About 1,600 students, including (MEd), Jesse Hutchison (BAcc), law and medical in separate events, were eligible to cross the Andrew Petersen (BBA), Anna stage when LIND President Robert Rasmussen (BA), Christopher O. Kelley presided over his second Simmons (BSEG); Hoople -- Julie spring commencement Hall (MS), Kade Sveen (BBA); ceremonies. LIND annually Larimore -- Cody Asperheim graduates a total of about 2,700 (BA, Magna Cure Laude), students in ceremonies in May, Matthew Brown (BBA), Betty August, and December. Hartman (BSEd, Summa Cum Below is a local list of Laude), Betsy Jenson (BA, Magna candidates, alphabetically by Cum Laude), Jon Kyllo (BGS), hometown: Cavalier -- Rachel Matthew Quinn (BSChE); Duncan (BA), Brett Erickson (JD), Aimee Page (BA); Drayton McVille -- Bethany Brandvold -- Rebecca Passa (BS, Magna (BSPXW); Pemhina-- Jessica Cum Laude); Edinburg -- Pelletier (BSCN); Petersburg - Andrew Mathiason (BBA), Angela Miller (BA & BSSW, Courtney Nygard (BSN, Magna Magna Cure Laude), Chelsey Cum Laude), Sarah Thomasson Schmidt (DPT); Students named to President's List at Northland Community & Technical College The President's List for students Local students include: Rachel earning academic honors forKemnitz, Cavalier; Reid Kuchar, spring semester 2010 at Northland Community and Technical College Edmore; Tiffany McMillan, East Grand Forks and Thief Fordville; Jamie Foerster, Forest River Falls has been released. River; Stacey Herman, Grafton; Students must have at least 12 Shanna Littlejohn, Grafton; earned credits as of the last day of Michelle Slominski, Grafton; the semester and a semester grade- point average of 3.75 to 4.0 must Brittany Heuchert, Hensel; Randy be achieved to be eligible for the Moen, Larimore; Kylie Rysavy, NCTC President's List. Michigan. Students named to Dean's'List at Northland Community and Technical College The Dean's List for students Local students include: earning academic honors during Jonathan Beranek, Cavalier; spring semester 2010 at Northland Nicholas Lawonn, Cavalier; Community and Technical College Douglas Ramsey, Crystal; Kaleb East Grand Forks and Thief Dahlgren, Fordville; Theresa Cost- River Falls has been released. Schmidt, Grafion; Mark Students must have at least 12 Hannesson, Grafion; Cassandra earned credits as of the last day of McDonald, Grafton; Christine the semester and a semester grade- Gibson, Lakota; Richard Turner, point average of 3.5 to 3.74 must Larimore; Carrie Ulness, be achieved to be eligible for the Larimore; Michael Seim, Park NCTC Dean's List. River. SDSU students named to Dean's List The following students haveleast a 3.5 grade point average on been names to the dean's list for a 4.0 scale. Students with an academic excellence during the asterisk received a perfect 4.0 Spring 2010 semester at South grade point average. Dakota State University. To earn In the College of Agricultural & dean's list distinctions in SDSU's Biological Sciences. Tina Ann eight colleges, students must have Trenda of Park River was named completed a minimum of 12 to theDean'sList. credits and must have earned at Lake Area Tech Spring Honor Roll Deb Shephard, Lake Area Technical Institute President, announces the current honor roll. A minimum grade point average of 3.25 and full- time status is required of LATI honor students. Local and area students so honored include: Jordan Loewen of Park River; Aviation Maintenance Tech Discussion to be held regarding financial concerns with cancer Financial planner will present at local cancer support group June 7 to your financial condition. With the cost of treatment, you may not know discuss financial concerns of those who have cancer, in remission, or where your finances stand, or you maybe having trouble coming up with have a loved one with cancer, a plan to pay your bills. Are you confused about how to rebuild your Mark Presteng, CFP, a financial advisor with Ameriprise Financial in finances or do you have concerns about taking care of your family Grafton, will be the main speaker at Unity's Cancer Support Group June financially? During this one hour presentation, Mark Presteng will share 7. This group will meet in the main conference room at Unity Medical some tidbits with the group so that you may find some relief and a sence Center from 5:00 to 6:00 pm. of direction concerning your financial matters. Finances can be a huge concern for many people who are chronically For more information about this cancer support group, or reserve a ill, and during this stressful time, it can be overwelming for anyone. With seat for this presentation, contact: Jayne Brown, MSW, LCSW at Unity a diagnosis of cancer, more than your health is affected, it also affects Medical Center, 352-1620. MSUM expects 900 to graduate this spring Minnesota State University pre-professional studies, 13 Moorhead awardED degrees tograduate degree programs and 31 900 students during its spring areas of teacher licensure commencement program Friday, preparation. May 14. Local graduate includes Jnstine MSU Moorhead, with an Messelt of Hoople, ND and enrollment of 7,480 students, is a comprehensive university offering alumni of Valley High School. 69 undergraduate majors with 95 Messelt received a Bachelor of different emphases and options, 16 Science in Nursing. We're proud of the communities we serve, and we want to tell the world with your videos and photos! Enter our First United Pride contest today. Submit videos and pictures of your favorite community events and activities to First United Bank's page on Facebook. We'll pick the best and showcase them in a televi sion ad that will also appear on our web site. 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