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June 6, 2012 THr. Nr.w F'. &A= UTr TL3 &wrrT IlcMr's C_l zss cr 2.11_ Page 2_1 Vanessa Thompson Vanessa, 18, is the daughter of Julie and Jerry Thompson. She plans to attend Linn-Benton Com- munity College to possibly major in human resources after high school. Cascade Timber Consulting 3210 Hwy 20 (541) 367-2111 Richard Tressel Richard, 18, is the son of Richard Tressel Sr. and Marcie Henderson. He was active in the Crawfordsville Community Church youth group, JV foot- ball, and 4-H. After high school he plans to join the Army. Rice Logging (541) 367-4896 Kristen Tolle Kristen, 18, is the daughter of Dave and Joan Tolle. In high school Kristin was active in soc- cer, basketball, softball, Josai Club, Forest- ry Club, band, CrossFit, student leadership, Book Club and 4-H. In soccer she was team captain, three-time MVP and First Team All-League. Other of her numerous honors and awards include Junior First Citizen and state Overall Jill and Technical Forester. She plans to attend Oregon State Uni- versity to major in forest engineering. Lilies & Lovelies 1141 Long St. (541) 367-2938 Brandi Trewin Brandi, 18, is the daughter of Rick and Kitsey Trewin. During high school, Brandi competed in volleyball, track and field, basketball and swimming, and was in student leaderhship. She was named First Team All-League in volleyball, Second Team All-League in track, and was a National Honor Society member. She plans to dual enroll with Linn-Ben- ton Community College and Oregon State University to pursue a degree in elementary education. Ames Creek Realty 550 Main St. (541) 367-6364 Yoshiko Tomono Yoshiko, 17, is an exchange student through the Josai Exchange Program and was hosted by Marlene Zucher this year. While at Sweet Home High School, she was active in dance, track, band and choir. She was awarded a dance competition med- al and an individual dance medal. After graduation she plans to return to Japan and go to school one more year be: fore entering a four-year college. A&W Restaurant 1010 Main St. (541) 367-4893 Katie Turner Katie, 18, is the daughter of Ronald and Susan Turner. During high school, Katie was active in swimming and water polo for four years. She received awards in both sports and also received an award for having a 3.5 or higher GPA. She also received a fine arts award from the Oregon Association of Secondary Administrators. She plans to attend Linn-Benton Com- munity College through the Accessing Col- lege Today program to study art and design. Bob Richards Auto Sales 200 Main St. (541) 367-8872 Belen Toscano Belen, 18, is the daughter of Bacilio Toscano and Mayte Garcia. During high school, Belen was active in the school newspaper, yearbook, the Youth Watershed Council, Future Business Lead- ers of America, the Josai Club, golf, and worked at the student store. She was also on Honor Roll. After high school, she plans to pursue a bachelor of fine arts degree in character animation at the California Institute of the Arts. Sun Motel 3026 Main St. (541) 367-2205 Christina Ulmer Christina, 18, is the daugtiter of Randy and Leila Ulmer. In high School Christina was active in soccer, track, Book Club, Josai Club, and youth group. She was also a member of the National Honor Society, Student of the Month, and lettered in track and soccer. After high school, she plans to attend Northwest Nazarene University to study el- ementary education. Farmers Insurance Craig Fentiman, agent 3037 Main St. (541) 367-5121