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JUNE 26, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 9 in senior FARGO, N.D. -- The 4-H meat judging cam from Pierce County placed first in the sen- ior division of the inaugural state 4-H meat judg- ing contest held at North Dakota State Univer- sity. Team members are Matthew Mattem and Matthew Johnson of Rugby and Devin Volk of York. Mattem was the high individual in the con- test. Rick Vannett is the team's coach. The meat judging contest included identifi- cation of retail cuts, six classes of four meat ex- hibits and defending the ranked order with oral reasons or questions about the classes. The second-place senior team from Stark- Billings counties consisted of Caden Tuhy, Marissa Tuhy and Tristen Polensky of Dickin- son and Sam Poland of South Heart. Kurt Froelich is the team's coach. The Walsh County team of Tim Hodek of Fairdale, Becky Klose of Hoople and Emily Zik- mund of Pisek placed third in the senior division. Kim Nelson and Karl Helgoe are the team's coaches. "The kids worked very hard in the short pe- riod of time they were given before the contest. We are very thankful for the help and support we received from the parents and from businesses in the community to help us put this together and make it a success," Nelson said. The team representing Ward County placed first in the intermediate division. Team members are Jacob Scheresky and Fletcher Hennessy of Des Lacs and Thomas Schauer of Carpio. Scheresky was the high individual in the inter- mediate division. The team is coached by Christopher Rockeman and Paige Bmmmund. The Walsh County team of Rachel Klose of Photo: Submitted Walsh County competitors in the North Dakota 4-H Meat Judging contest included: Back Row (L to R) James 0'Toole, Becky Klose, Tim Hodek, Emily Zikmund. Front: Eva Sobak, Kayla 0'Toole, Sara Hodek, and Rachel Klose. Hoople, Eva Hodek and Sam Hodek of Fah'dale, The North Dakota Beef Commission, NDSU and James O'Toole of Crystal placed second in Animal Sciences Department and North Dako- the intermediate division. Nelson and Helgoe are ta 4-H Foundation are the sponsors for this con- the team's coaches, test. The contest was directed by Robert Mad- Matthew Schauer of Carpio was high indi- dock, NDSU Extension Service meats special- vidual in the junior division, ist, and Gary Martens, 4-H volunteer. UNIVERSITY ()F NORTti I)AKOTA Thorvilson recognized at UND School of Medicine awards GRAND FORKS, N.D.--Med- Thorvilson of Adams who was ical students of the M.D. Class of granted the University Alumni Spe- 2013 and faculty of the University cial Awardsfor special service to the of North Dakota School of Medi- School of Medicine and Health cine and Health Sciences were rec- Sciences and theTiongson Hu- ognized by the school at the Com- manities Award presented to a grad- mencement Awards Presentation uating senior medical student in on Sunday, May 12. recognition of his or her continuing Among those who were pre- involvement in and appreciation of sented with awards was Megan J. the arts and humanities NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY Area students graduate NDSU FARGO, N.D.- North Dako- Andrew James Dusek, BS, Agri- ta students included on the attached cultural Economics; Jordan Dean list were among the 1,565 students Feltman, BS, Hospitality and to graduate from North Dakota Tourism Management; Jordan Kim- State University in spring 2013. ball Lutovsky, BS, Social Science Students are listed by home- Education; Garet Thomas Molde, town. The list includes their major BS, Management; Derrick Michael and degree received. An asterisk in- Suda, BS, Agricultural Economics; dicates students who graduated Ashley Marie Young, BS, Hospi- with honors. The following are the tality and Tourism Management; area students who graduated this Hoople, N.D.: Rebecca Bea Chyle, spring. NDSU is recognized as one of MEDUCAT, Counseling; Jenna the nation's top 108 public and Anne Midgarden, PHARMD, private universities by the Carnegie Pharmacy; John Timothy Osten- Commission on Higher Education. rude, BS, Agricultural Econom- Crystal, N.D.: *Dianna Lynnics;Lakota, N.D.:KelliMarieDahl, Niemann, BS, Mathematics Edu- BMUS, Music; Marcus William cation; *Kate Meredith Whelan, BS, Pratt, BSME, Mechanical Engi- Psychology; Drayton, N.D.: Jordan neering; Jacob Jeffery Ritteman, BS, Ross Ferguson, PHARMD, Phar- English; Park River, N.D.: Adam macy; Edinburg, N.D.: K e 11 y Christopher Chyle, MS, Plant Sci- Darlyne Gemmill, BS, Sociology; ences; *Bemadette Maria Fromherz, Forest River, N.D.:Andrew BMUS, Music; St. Thomas, N.D.: Scot Mondry, MS, Health, Nutrition Jessica Nicole Gunderson, MED- and Exercise Sci.; Grafton, N.D.: UCAT, Educational Leadership. Several UND local students graduate in spring commencement GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- The University of North Dakota held its annual spring commencement on Saturday, May 1 I, at the Alerus Center, Grand Forks. Each year, graduates about 2,700 students in ceremonies in May, August, and De- cember. For general commencement, there were 1,122 eligible under- graduate degree candidates and -- Christa Brodina (MEd), Laura Geir (BACC & BBA Summa Cum Laude); Forest River -- Emily Woods (BS, Magna Cum Laude); Gilby -- Rachel Cronquist (BA); Grafion -- Alexa Holt (BSN, Magna Cure Laude), Heidi Houdek (BSCLS), Madeline Myers (JD), Megan Sevigny (BA, Magna Cum Laude), Kristin Stabo (MS), Kody Stark (BBA), Gretel Vavrovsky 417 graduate-degree candidates, (BSCJS), Andrew Wysocki (BBA); including 47 Doctor of Physical Hamilton -- Robyn Kemp (BS, Therapy degrees. In addition, 96 re- Cure Laude); Inkster-- James Muir ceived certificates, attained through (DPT ;: Lakota -- Matthew Uriell several colleges. (MD); LaMoure -- Natalie Young In addition, 67 law degrees were (BSED, Cum Laude); Lankin -- awarded at the School of Law Stacey Pic (BGS); Michigan -- commencement May 4, and 58Nathan Orwick (MSAE); Minto - medical degrees were awarded on - Courtney Evenson (BA, Magna Mother's Day on May 12. Cum Laude), Shelly Evenson The following is a list of area stu- (BSN, Magna Cum Laude), Sarah dents who were eligible to gradu- Schuster (BS, Cum Laude); Park ate along with their hometowns, in River -- Cody Larson (BSA); Pisek alphabetical order: " -- Ian Foerster (BSCHE, Summa NORTH DAKOTA: Adams -- Cum Laude); St. Thomas -- Jessi- Megan Thorvilson (MD); Drayton ca Bietz (BSRTS), Ethan Littlejohn - Nicole Oberg (BSCLS); Edinburg (BACC, Summa Cum Laude). Mondry graduates from UW-Stout MENOMONIE, Wis. -- Emily sion university in the UW System. Mondry, of Forest River, N.D. The university has a long-standing graduated from UW-Stout at the reputation of serving business, in- May commencement ceremony with a BS Retail Merchandising and dustry, education and the helping Management. professions through its specialized UW-Stout, Wisconsin's Poly- educational programs. Enrollment technic University, is a special mis- this year was 9,200. EDINBURG, N.D. -- Kadee Gullickson, daughter of Valery and Loren Gullickson was chosen as 2012-2013 Valley-Edinburg High School student of the year. This honor is given to one of six- teen students that have been cho- sen throughout the year as student of the quarter. Students are se- lected on the time and effort put into academics, qualities of citi- zenship and positive contribution to school atmosphere. Kadee was presented with this award by Val- ley-Edinburg High School Prin- cipal, Larry Larson on May 25, 2013 at Commencement Exercis- es. WASHINGTON -- Senators available online through the sena- John Hoeven and Heidi Heitkamp tors' and congressman's official and Congressman Kevin Cramer websites. are currently accepting applica- All three of North Dakota's tions from North Dakota students congressional offices will accept ap- interested in serving their country plications for the U.S. Military by attending one of the nation's mil- Academy at West Point, New York; itary service academies, the Air Force Academy near Col- "We are honored to have the orado Springs, Colorado; the Naval privilege to nominate many of Academy inAnnapolis, Maryland; North Dakota's best and brightest and the Merchant Marine Academy students to represent our great state in Kings Point, New York. The ap- at one of our nation's historic in- plication deadline is Friday, Octo- stitutions of higher learning and ber 11. Military academy interviews military service," the delegation with the delegation are scheduled said in a joint statement. "Attend- for Tuesday, November 5 in Bis- ing one of our country's prestigious marck and Wednesday, November service academies is a worthy call- 6 in Fargo. The delegation will ing that allows students to serve make its nominations to the milita|y their country while pursuing a mil- academies in late November. itary career and earning a world- Applications may be sent to class education. We encourage in- Senator John Hoeven's office at terested students to contact our 1802 32nd Avenue South, Suite B, offices to begin the application Fargo, ND 58103; Senator Heidi process." Heitkamp's office at 657 Second The North Dakota delegation Avenue North, Office 306, Fargo, encourages all interested North ND 58102; and Congressman Dakota high school graduates or Kevin Cramer's office at 4200 graduating seniors to apply through James Ray Drive, Office 600, one of their offices to receive a Grand Forks, ND 58202. nomination to one of the military For more information about the service academies. Applicants must application process, applicants are be at least 17 years old but not past encouraged to visit the delega- their 23rd birthday on July 1, 2014, tion's official websites or to call and must also be U.S. citizens, un- Senator Hoeven's ot ice at (71M) married and have no dependents. 239-5389; Senator Heitkamp's of- They must also demonstrate ex- rice at (701) 232-8030; or Con- cellence in academics and leader- gressman Cramer's office at (701) ship. Application materials are 738-4880. Grafton natives don cap and gown at Minot State University MINOT, N.D. -- More than 760 undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to walk through Minot State University's commencement ex- ercises Friday (May 10) in the MSU Dome at 10 a.m. Graduates are listed below by hometown. The list includes type of de- gree, major and honors received (in boldface). The degree types are list- ed as BA for a Bachelor of Arts degree, BAS for a Bachelor of Applied Science degree, BS for a Bachelor of Science degree, BSE for a Bach- elor of Science in Education degree, AS for an Associate of Science de- gree, MAT for a Master of Arts in Teaching degree, MS tbr a Master of Science degree and MEd for a Master of Education. Students graduat- ing with honors from Minot State University earned a minimum cumu- lative grade point average of 3.9 for summa cum laude, 3.75 for magna cum laude and 3.5 for cum laude. Area graduates included: Grafton -- Thomas Maus, MAT, mathematics; Brian Westerman, BAS, applied management, cum laude. all of Dakota with : for details HELP WANTED certified teacher willing towork in special CLASS A OTR driver wanted. education as a plan on file educational Reefer/drive in. Home weekly. Pay based HELP WANTED: The Cavalier County strategist. Contact Tom Cummings, Di- on experience. 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