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June 6, 2012 THr Nrw F&'s &Al tJTr T wrrT JloMr'., ("J / cr 7.(JI. Page 17 Maxx Nguyen Maxx, 17, is a foreign exchange student from Vietnam who was hosted by Carla and Rodney Hathaway throughout the year. He was active in soccer and track. After high school, he plans to go to col- lege at Santa Barbara City College. Your friends at S.H.E.M. P.O. Box 694 (541) 367-6504 Faith Parrish Faith did not submit information. The New Era 1313 Main St. (541) 367-2135 Ami Olmsted Ami, 18, is the daughter of Stephanie Olmsted and David Fowler. She was active in soccer, Josai Club, For- estry Club, Drama Club, and was Miss Con- geniality on Sportsman's Holiday Court. She plans to attend Linn-Benton Com- munity College to study dental hygiene and work part-time after high school. Unified Insurance 1195 Main St. (541) 367-2141 Tyler Paulino Tyler, 18, is the son of Richard Paulino and Deanna Perry. In high school, Tyler participated in football and wrestling. He would like to attend a four-year col- lege after high school. Wells Fargo 1266 15th Ave., Sweet Home 809 S. Main St., Lebanon Marrissah Olsen Marrissah, 18, is the daughter of Cathy Ryan and Todd Olsen. In high school Marrissah participated in cheerleading her freshman year. After high school she plans to attend Linn-Benton Community College to study dental assisting. Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital 525 N. Santiam Hwy. Lebanon (541)258-2101 Zac Pearce Zac, 18, is the son of Rebecca and Troy Pearce. In high school, Zac was on the swim team, was the swim team captain for three years, and in Leadership. He won six state titles and broke three state records. He was also student body elections commissioner for two years. After high school, he plans to get a bachelor's degree and then go to medical school. Greg Beisner, CPA 1327 Long St. (541)367-1040 Anthony O'Neal Anthony did not submit information. trailstolinn.com 1313 Main St. (541) 367-2135 Kellie Pollock Kellie, 18, is the daughter of Edith Wil- cox and Michael Pollock. She was active in cheerleading, Chamber and Symphonic choir, Sportsman's Holiday court, and youth group at Community Chapel. She lettered four years in cheerleading. She plans to attend Linn-Benton Com- munity College for one year through the Accessing College Today program, then transfer to Portland State University to get a bachelor's degree in business management Harvest Moon Blues Festival www.harvestmoon2012.com