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,t JUNE 6, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 7 F' !'j s i 5 3 i ,11 Park River selects Students of the Quarter PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The teachers mid staff of Park River High School have selected the Stu- dents of the Quarter fbr the tburth quarter of 2011-2012. Josie Thompson, daughter of Ron and Jennifer Thompson, is a senior at Park River High School. Her favorite subject is math and she played volleyball, ran track and participated in small group music contests. Outside of school, she played softball and was involved with her church youth group. In Josie's spare time, she likes to spend time with her family and friends. Her desire to succeed comes from her parents. Josie is going to UND to study math and plans to become an actuary or work in the field &finance. Jordan Midgarden, son. of ChuCk and Dana Midgarden, is a junior. His favorite subjects are his- tory aM band. He participates in FFA and stage band. Outside of school, he takes Taekwondo les- sons. In Jordan's spare time, he likes listening to music and playing his guitar. His desire to succeed comes from his friends and family. Jordan is undecided about his th- ture plans. Andrew Hyden, son of Ken and Lana Hylden, is a sophomore. His favorite subject is history. During school, he participates in FFA and basketball. Outside of school, he has been involved with Bible Camps. In Andrew's spare time, he plays basketball, plays video games and likes to go golfing. Some of his desire to succeed from his parents, but he is also self-motivated. In the future, Andrew is thinking of a ca- Above:Back Row (Left to Right): Jordan Midgarden, Josie Thompson, Andrew Hylden Front Row: (Left to Right): Sami Blixt, Cadyn Hunter, Audrey Beck (Photo: Submitted) reer in landscaping or becoming a teacher. Sami Blixt, daughter of Cody and Mary Chfistenson, is a fresh- man. Her favorite subjects are cho- res, band and math. She partici- pates in volleyball, one-act play, three-act play and small group mu- sic contest. Outside of school, she plays piano and is her church accompanist. In Sami's spare time, she likes to read, play piano and spend time with friends and family. She believes that hav- ing success in high school will lead to a happy, productive lif in col- lege and beyond. Sami is consider- ing studying music education or psychology when she goes to col- lege. Cadyn Hunter, son of Peter and Laura Hunter, is an eighth-grader. His favorite subject is math. He plays football and basketball and runs track. He is also on the student council. Outside of school, Cadyn is involved with the church youth group, plays summer basketball and works on other sports. In his spare time, he likes to read and spend time With his family. Cadyn says his desire to succeed comes from his family, especially his two brothers. He is thinking of going to college to be an engineer or a med- ical doctor. Audrey Beck, daughter of Allen Beck and Keili Kalgard, is a sev- ellth-grader. Her fhvorite subjects are English and math. She partici- pates m speech, plays volleyball and works on the yearbook. Out- side of school, she has been in- volved in figure skating and has taken guitar lessons. In her spare time, she likes to go rollerblading, "hang out" with friends, and play with her nephew Noah. Audrey's desire to succeed comes from her family and friends supporting her. She is undecided about her plans after high school. Park River High School salutes these fine students fbr their excel- lent work ethic, pleasant attitude, and involvement in school activi- ties. Seniors "A" William Bata Gabie Damschen Dwight Fickert Katie Hoime BreAnna Misialek Brady Pesek Nicole Schonauer Garrett Skoflleim "B" Megan AgOtness ttolli Lee Jr. Shipley Juniors "A" Fourth quarter honor roll Ashtin Freije Tia Hermanson John Nienhuis Raevyn Pesek Garrett Pic Mary Skjervheim "B" Thomas Boe Nikki Fickert ........................ Kati Larsen Chance Mack Tiffany Retzlaft' Sophomores "A" Nicole Bylin Karlee Linstad Shelby Lorenz Patricia Mack Freshmen "A" ' Fallyn Freije Candra Kalhagen Kaden Marlinson Miranda Martinson Jaedyn Pesek "B" Jacob Bedeson Denver Dvorak Cassidy Erickson Timothy Hodek Erika Kratochvil Robb Kuchar ........ Kelsey Misialek 8th Grade ,., ............... Madysen Kouba Alexandra Rose Lauren Sampson "B" Diana Bata Ashtyn Pesek Jonathan Skjervheim 7th Grade "A" Nicole Landsem Haley Lorenz "a" Juan Castillo Jr. Dylan Chally Brandon Larsen Owen Minello Mary Nienhuis A Honor Roll Grade 12 Mariah Dalbey Grade 11 Chelsea Babb Danielle Foerster Kaylee Johnson Grade 10 Jessica Tennison Grade 9 Esten Beneda Fourth quarter honor roll Jana N0rthhagen Grade 8 Jessica Best Josh Ruzicka Augustus Stephenson Grade 7 Bailey Beneda Taylor Dalbey Taylor Knutson Trevor Knutson B Honor Roll Grade 12 Allie Beneda Keith Beneda Nathan Best Blake Erickson Landon Lipsh Sarah O'Brien Grade 11 Nathan lverson Austin Potulny Grade 10 Whitney Carlson Brogan Novak Grade 9 Bethany Novak Grade 8 Jade Olson Preston Sluke Cole Tennison Grade 7 Taylia Bauer Kaitlyn Brintnell Landon Wood Polar Board of Directors at the Annual Meeting Thursday, June 7. I currently ser'e on: The Lankin Fire Department Board The Walsh County Thrivent Board, My Church Council And I have previous experience with telecommunications. Voting will be at the annual meeting only. ! would appreciate your support. Thank you. Pakl for by 5dee Udby) i wwlI.Pl00 k$.eom Victor and Verna Johnson Scholarship winners named PARK RIVER, N.D. ........... The North Dakota Community Foun- dation is pleased to announce that Maxwell Otto of Park River and Justin Hylden of Park River are the 2012 Victor and Verna Johnson Scholarship Award recipients. Each student will receive an award of $2,250 to continue their educa- tion. Justin Hylden is majoring in Philosophy and Theological Stud- ies at Wheaton college and hopes to continue into seminary. Maxwell Otto will study Medicine and has expressed an interest in working as an emergency physi- I clan. Fund Background: The Victor and Verna Johnson Scholarship Fund was established with a gift from the Verna .Johnson Estate in the year 2008, Victor and Verna Johnson fi|rmed near H0ople and later resided in Park River during their retirement. They were both active in the Zion I.utleran Church of rural Hooplc. Verna served as the Organist lbr the Church R)I' 50 years. Victor and Verna both served on numerous local boards and vohmteer positions. In addi- tion, they were donors rya number of local projects and programs in- cluding the Park River First Care Health Center and the Park River Communily Endowncnt Fund. The Fund will financially assist students fi'om Walsh County Nolah Dakota to continue their education. Pohanka awards VE Grad HOOPLE, N.D. I Ann Po- hanka of Management Consult- ants, Inc. announces the award of the 18th annual Client Apprecia- tion Scholarship. The recipient for 201s is William Klose, son of Paul and Charlotte Klose of Hoople. He recently graduated from Valley- Edinburg High School and plans to attend NDSU this fall. Management Consultants, Inc. is proud of the many fine young people in our area and is happy to have the opportunity to offer this scholarship as a way to recognize and appreciate the students in our community: Lloyd and Martha .Haas Scholarship winners awarded PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The North Dakota Community Foun- dation is pleased to announce that Nicole Sobolik of Park Riven Jor- dan Brummond of Park River, and Maxwell Otto of Park River are the 2012 Lloyd and Martha Haas Scholarship Award recipients. Each student will receive an award of $750 to continue their educa- tion. Nicole Sobolik has worked and vohmteered in the medical field in Park River tbr many years. Nicole plans to pursue a career in medi- cine. Jordan Brummond will study zoology and plans to return to Walsh County alter graduation. Maxwell Otto will study Medicine and has expressed an interest in working as an emergency physi- cian. Fund Background: Es;ablighed as a component fired ot:the North Dakota Community Foundation with a gift from the estate of Lloyd Haas to assist Walsh County, Nolh Dakota students who wish to study in field of medicine/nursing and who express an interest in return- ing to Walsh County to work. The Fund was inspired by Martha Haas who was a long-time nurse and worked fbr inany years in Park River. She was known for her compassionate nature when pro- viding care. You may learn more about the North I)akota Commu- nity Foundation by visiting our website www.ndclhct. 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