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June 6, 2012 T. Nl=w I=IA'& 'JAI IJTF TC 9"WI=I=T [1CMF',,  F,.& CF -I1 Page 23 Sorin White Sorin, 18, is the son of Tracey and Ray Kelly. He was active in track and field and Class Board and was on the Honor Roll many times while in high school. He plans to attend Oregon State Uni- versity next year to study history and an- thropology. Crockers Cars 3195S. Santiam Hwy, Lebanon (541) 258-2175 Jessica Wood Jessica, 18, is the daughter of Vivian and David Wamsley. During high school she was active in Producing for the Future, the Community Gardening and Research Project sponsored by Oregon State University. She plans to attend Phagan's Beauty School to become a cosmetologist. Cascade Timber Consulting 3210 Hwy 20 (541) 367-2111 Annie Whitfield Annie, 17, is the daughter of Randy and Dina Whitfield. During high school Annie was active in varsity volleyball, basketball, and track. She lettered four years in all three sports and was a four-time district ohampion in the javelin. She was also All-State in track all four years and was the state champion in javelin her senior year. She plans to attend the University of Oregon and compete in the javelin. Dr. Richard Schirmer 1818 Long St. (541) 367-2164 Jasmin Yoder Jasmin, 18, is the daughter of Dean and Lola Yoder. In high school, Jasmin was active in soccer, basketball, softball, track and field, Class Board, and the Community Chapel youth group. She won the ESPY Award, the Social Science Award, was Student of the Month, a member of the National Honor Society, and on Honor Roll. After high school she plans to attend Hesston College in Kansas to play soccer and earn a nursing degree. Liberty Rock Products (541) 409-1982 Joseph Wilson Joseph, 18, is the son of Stephen and Diane Wilson. Throughout high school, Joseph was a member of the Concert Band, Jazz Band, and Pep Band. He received the Louie Arm- strong Award, and the Most Valuable Per- son Award for band. He plans to pursue a music degree at Oregon State University after high school. Holley Christian Church 40346 Hwy 228 (541) 367-6030 Camille Young Camille, 18, is the daughter of Steve and Beth Young. In high school, Camille was active in cheer, Concert Band, track and field, the Youth Advisory Council, Peer Court, and church functions dealing with service. She was also a member of the National Honor Society and was on Honor Roll. She plans to attend Brigham Young Uni- versity-Idaho and major in human biology with a goal of becoming an opthalmologist. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel 1443 Long St. (541) 367-2891 Kyle Winslow Kyle, 18, is the son of Brenda and Leith Winslow. During high school, Kyle was active in soccer, baseball, basketball, Class Board and Leadership. He was student body president, Linn County Junior First C!tizen, Freshman Boy of the Year, and received the George Wenzel Leadership Award. He was Second Team All-League in soccer and baseball. After high school, he plans to attend Whitworth University to major in engineer- ing and hopes to be a land surveyor. Advanced Family Eyecare 2245 Long St. (541) 367-2188