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June 6, 2012 Tllr. Nrw I:' ,M IJTr T'3 ,Jli.,VrrT I'IMF', C"J A.... CW .{rl_ Page 7 Jake David Jake, 17, is the son of Brian and Debo- rah David. After high school, he plans to join the military. Wells Fargo 1266 15th Ave., Sweet Home 809 S. Main St., Lebanon Cash Dodge Cash, 18, is the son of Linda Dodge. Throughout high school he supplied art for the art show. He plans to attend Linn-Benton Com- munity College after high school. Wolthuis Family Dentistry 1524 Long St, (541) 367-2931 Anson Davis Anson, 18, is the son of Pat and Teresa Davis. In high school, he ran cross country and was a member of the Concert Band and Jazz Band. He was named Most Improved in cross country and was an Academic All- American. He was also a member of the Na- tional Honor Society. He plans to dual enroll with Linn-Ben- ton Community College and Oregon State University to study electrical and computer hardware engineering. St. Helen's Catholic Church 815 5th Ave. (541) 367-2530 Lacy Doerfler Lacy, 17, is the daughter of Missy Lee and Todd Doerfler. She plans to enter the nursing program at Linn-Benton Community College after high school. Speedee Mart 1501 Main St. (541) 367-2092 Michelle Davis Michelle, 18, is the daughter of Aman- da Stafford and Brian Watkins. Her freshman year, Michelle was active in cheer. After high school, she plans to study massage therapy and cosmetology. Pacific Power Inc. (800) 332-2344 Clint Doles Clint, 17, is the son of Don and Linda Doles. During high school he was active in track, basketball, and youth group at Turn- ing Point Church. After graduation, he plans to attend Linn-Benton Community College, then pos- sibly transfer to a four-year school to study forestry. He hopes to work for the Oregon Department of Forestry. Rainier Wood Products 1500 Tamarack St. (541) 367-8168 Matthew Dixon Matthew, 18, did not list parents. During high school he was a member of the automotive program. He plans to become a diesel mechanic after attending Linn-Benton Community College. Steven E. Hanscam CPA 1331 Main St. (541) 367-2157 Brittnay Espinosa Brittnay, 18, is the daughter of Derren and Cyndi Thoreson. During high school, she was active in varsity soccer, Skills USA, Sweet Home's Friends of the Library, EC.C.I.H, Title 10 Closet, and pageants. She was Teammate of the Season in 2010-11 and represented the title "Miss Linn County Teen USA 2011." After high school, she plans to major in fashion design at Southwestern Oregon Community College. Santiam Spray Service (541) 367-5135