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June 6, 2012 TNr. Nrw F.^' &,, tiff T(' 'WFFT IILMF' ('-"_i A.q,., ('W .1 I. Page 5 Trevor Bulman-Jutte Trevor, 18, is the son of Todd and Kyla Jutte. During high school, Trevor played var- sity basketball, tennis, football, and junior varsity golf. He also was involved in the Watershed Council, choir, youth group, and went three missions trips to Los Angeles to serve the homeless. After high school, he plans to attend Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ to study business management. Greg Beisner, CPA 1327 Long St. (541) 367-1040 Jerohn Coleman Jerohn, 18, is the son of Rick Coleman and Lori O'Brien. While in high school, Jerohn was active in football, basketball and track and field. He was named All-League as a defensive and offensive lineman and received several team awards, including Outstanding Lineman. After high school, he plans to attend Chemeketa Community College, in Salem, and then transfer to Western Oregon Univer- sity to be a high school teacher and coach. Avamere Twin Oaks 950 Nandina St. (541) 367-2191 Chris Carpenter Chris, 17, is the son of Mike and Angie Carpenter. During high school, Chris participated in soccer, track, the symphonic choir, and youth group at the Community Chapel, where he was a youth group leader/presi- dent. He was on Class Board, Honor Roll, and was part of the National Honor Society. He plans to attend Northwest Christian University in Eugene to study exercise sci- ence and youth ministry. Ames Creek Realty 550 Main St. (541) 367-6364 Ty Collins Ty, 18, is the son of lan and Lisa Col- lins. During high school, Ty was active in football, baseball, and was the head sales- man for his Desktop Publishing Class. He lettered twice in football and was and Academic All-American his freshman, sophomore, and junior year. After high school, he plans to attend the University of Oregon to study business management. Melcher Logging 1328 Clark Mill Rd. (541) 367-3232 Anna Chang Anna, 18, is a foreign exchange student who stayed with Tracey Kelly over the past year. While at Sweet Home High School, she was active in choir, track, swimming, Key Club and the Drama Club. After high school she plans to go to college. McCollum Logging (541) 367-2922 Jesse Comstock Jesse, 18, is the son of Mike and Lorie Comstock. While in high school, Jesse played foot- ball and received Honorable Mention Line- backer, Second Team Guard, First Team Guard, First Team All-League Defensive End, the Dick Reynolds Coaches Award and Outstanding Lineman of the Year. After high school, he plans to attend Linn-Benton Community College and study criminal justice. Tell & Sell 1304 Long St. (541) 367-3918 Macy Cockrell Macy, 17, is the daughter of Alan Cock- rell and Wendy Prisk. While in high school, Macy was in the Forestry Club and Book Club for three years, track and field for two years and vol- leybaU for one year. She was on Honor Roll for three years and placed in events at her forestry competitions. She plans to attend Southern Oregon University to study nursing after high school. McDonald's Restaurant 2000 Main St. (541) 367-5516 Taylor Corm Taylor, 18, is the son of Trisha Van Eck and Dan Conn. He was active in football, basketball, track and field and the National Honor So- ciety while in high school. He plans to attend Linn-Benton Com- munity College through the high school Ac- cessing College Today program and com- plete 'all his pre-requisites then transfer to Chemeketa Community College in Salem to become a firefighter/paramedic. Dr. Richard Schirmer 1818 Long St. (541) 367-2164