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June 6, 2012 T.r NFw I:::J/'. /1 tJTF TO ,WFFT ilc'IIF' ("-I /... CF -f)l-. Page 11 Laura Hoy Laura, 18, is the daughter of Almut and Jonathan Hoy. While in high school, Laura was active in the Symphonic Choir for four years, track and varsity cross country. She also took two Advanced Placement courses. After high school, she plans to study abroad in Germany for one year and attend Oregon State University. Little Promises Children's Programs 28028 Pleasant Valley Road (541) 367-4350 Ashley Jones Ashley, 18, is the daughter of Angulet and James Jones. In high school, Ashley was active in Game Club and Key Club. After high school, she plans to attend Linn-Benton Community College and then transfer to Oregon State University. Wells Fargo 1266 15th Ave., Sweet Home 809 S. Main St., Lebanon Serena Jepson Serena, 18, is the daughter of John and Heather Jepson. During high school, Serena volunteered at the Soup House. She was also nominated for Student of the Month and received the Outstanding Improvement award in history. She plans to attend Mt. Hood Commu- nity College in Gresham to study nursing. McDonalds Restaurant 2000 Main St. (541) 367-5516 I I I Rachel Jones Rachel, 18, is the daughter of Scott and Deb Jones. She has been awarded All-League, Most Honorable Mention, and Honorable 2009. After college she plans to attend East- ern Oregon University and major in dental hygiene. Santiam Spray Service (541) 367-5135 Jake Johnson Jake, 18, is the son of Julie Hunter. During high school he competed in soccer, water polo, track and field, and was a member of the swim team. He placed fifth in state in the discus as a senior. He also received Most Valuable Player and Most Improved awards. He plans to either attend Linn-Benton Community College or Lane Community College after high school. Rice Logging (541) 367-4896 I Breanna Johnston Breanna was an early graduate this year. She did not submit information for this publication. trailstolinn.com 1313 Main St. (541) 367-2135 Photo Unavailable Chance Jucatan Chance, 17, is the son of Adam Jucu- tan and Jeniffer Evens. During high school, Chance wrestled on the Sweet Home wres- tling team as well as Freestyle and Greco. He was a three time letterman and was a district and state placer. After high school, Chance plans to attend Linn-Benton Com- munity College through the Accessing Col- lege Today program and then transfer to a university to get a Ph.D. in psychology. Dan Dee Sales 610 Main St. (541) 367-5544 Josh Juza Josh, 18, is the son of Dan and Lori Juza. In high school he was active in Future Business Leaders of America, the Chess Club, the Robotics Club, and the Symphonic Choir. He also took seventh place in Business Ethics at the Future Business Leaders of America state competition. After high school, Josh plans to study physics at Montana State University-Bozem- an. Little Promises Children's Programs 28028 Pleasant Valley Road (541) 367-4350