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June 6, 2012 TNF Nl=t,J FJA' qJ/l |.ITF TL--3 RJWFFT IMI='&  ,.,.q, C'W 2.1312'. Page 19 Megan Rubidoux Megan, 18, is the daughter of Susan and Michael Rubidoux. During high school, Megan was active in varsity soccer, basketball, softball, the Watershed Youth Council, and the Sweet Home Mennonite Church. She received Honorable Mention, First and Second All- League for sports and was on Honor Roll. After high school, she plans to attend Oregon State University to study pharma- cy. American Family Video 1101 Main St. (541) 367-8493 Sharon Simpson Sharon, 18, is the daughter of Teresa Simpson and Aaron Simpson. During high school, she was active in the Boys and Girls Club, and in Texas she was a part of JROTC. She plans to move to Colorado Springs, Colo. and attend college, majoring in the medical field. D&S Logging Contractors (541) 367-8365 Breanna Sakultarawattn Breanna, 18, is the daughter of Kapi and Joel Ranua. During high school, she was active in the Community Chapel youth group and the City of Sweet Home Advisory Council. After high school she plans to attend Linn-Benton Community College through the Accessing College Today program. D&S Logging Contractors (541) 367-8365 Dakota Snow Dakota, 18, is the son of Billy and Bar- bara Snow. Dakota was active in soccer, basketball, and track. His multiple athletic awards includ- ing the Sky-Em Coaches Award in track. He was involved in student leadership, Commu- nity Chapel youth group and was an altar ser- vant at St. Helen's Catholic Church. He was a Linn County Junior First Citizen runner-up and a Wendy's High School Heisman winner. He plans to attend Oregon State Uni- versity to study mechanical engineering, specializing in wind energy and physics. St. Helen's Catholic Church 815 5th Avenue (541) 367-2530 Natalie Schilling Natalie, 18, is the daughter of Derreli Schilling and Marion Schilling. She plans on going to college at Linn- Benton Community College. Farmers Insurance Karyn Hartsook, agent 1252 Main St. (541) 367-0468 Ofivia Spencer Olivia, 18, did not list her parents' names. She plans to become a physical thera- pist after high school. Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital 525 N. Santiam Hwy. Lebanon (541) 258-2101 Photo Unavailable Avery Shamek Avery, 18, is the son of Sarah and Rob- ert Shamek. During high school, Avery was active in football and cross country, in which he received the Most Improved Award. After high school, he plans to attend Linn-Benton Community College. Elite Performance Academy 933B Main St. (541) 367-2120 Jessika Stewart Jessika, 18, is the daughter of Randy and Joey Stewart. During high school, Jessika was on the varsity soccer and track and field team. She was also active in Class Board, Leadership, and the National Honor Society. After high school, she plans to attend Southern Oregon University to major in criminology, with a goal of becoming a fo- rensic photographer. Sweet Home Auto & Truck Supply/NAPA 899 Main St. (541) 367-6966