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Page 8 T.E NEW [_,P,A'S SALUTE TO SWEET HOME'S CLASS Or -.O1- June 6, 20 12 Jenna Estenson Jenna, 18, is the daughter of Dawn and Lenny Esterson. She was Student of the Month. After high school, Jenna plans to at- tend Linn-Benton Community College to become a nurse. US Mini Mart 890 Main St. (541) 905-4800 Scierra Fox Scierra, 18, is the daughter of Vicki and Rob Fox. During high school Scierra was a mem- ber of the Symphonic and Chamber choirs, and the dance team. She lettered in dance and choir, received participation awards, and was on Honor Roll. She plans to attend Linn-Benton Com- munity College to earn a degree in early childhood education and a business minor, then transfer to Northwest Christian Uni- versity. The New Era 1313 Main St. (541) 367-2135 Carly Exe Carly, 18, is the daughter of Carolyn Wilson and David Exe. During high school, Carly volunteered at the Boys and Girls Club. She plans to attend Northampton Com- munity College in Pennsylvania to study ra- diography while working full-time. Anderson Autobody (541) 367-2922 Chancey Fuesler Chancey, 18, is the daughter of Stacey Moore. During high school, she was active in track and field, newspaper, Junior Chamber of Commerce, Sportsman's Holiday Court, and volunteering with the Sweet Home Chamber of Commerce. She was also head yearbook editor. After high school, she plans to attend Linn-Benton Community College for a year, then transfer to Portland State University. McCollum Logging (541) 367-2922 Halley Fisher Halley, 18, is the daughter of Jerry Fisher and Martha Wells. During high school, her activities and awards, too many to list in full here, included volleyball, Josai Club, Future Business Lead- ers of America, and the Watershed Restoration Club, coaching Boys and Girls Club volley- ball, serving on the Site Council, high school webmaster, and yearbook and Huskian editor. After high school, she plans to at- tend Oregon State University and to earn a graphic design major and a business minor. Ames Creek Realty 550 Main St. (541) 367-6364 Erik Garcia Erik, 18, is the son of Pedro and Mary- beth Angulo. During high school Erik was active in soccer, wrestling, track and field, the Youth Advisory committee, and volunteered as a soccer coach for the Boys and Girls Club, was a National Honor Society member and was on Honor Roll. He also was Student of the Month. He plans to attend Chemeketa Commu- nity College in Salem and earn a degree fire science and EMT degree. Speedee Mart 1501 Main St. (541) 367-2092 Tyler Fosback Tyler, 17, is the son of Terry and Kristie Fosback. During high school, Tyler was active in the Java Club and was a member of the National Honor Society and earned an Aca- demic All-American award. He plans to dual enroll at Linn-Benton Community College and Oregon State Uni- versity to study computer science. Lilies & Lovelies 1141 Long St. (541) 367-2938 Mitchefl Garcia Mitchell, 18, is the son of Andy and Melissa Garcia. During high school, Mitchell was ac- tive in Josai Club, track, cross country, Ju- nior Chamber of Commerce, Youth Water- shed Council,and Future Business Leaders of America. He was a Huskian staff member. He was a National Honor Society member and re- ceived other academic and athletic awards. He plans to study graphic and interac- tive design at the Northwest College of Art and Design in Poulsbo, Wash. Economy Drugs 621 Main St. (541) 367-6777