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Page 14 - December 12, 20t2 Bishop Stephen, 16, is the son of Cheryl Funk and Paul Bishop. He carries a 4.0 GPA and is a junior this year. Right now, he is interested at.going to Oregon State Uni- versity to study elec- trical and computer engineering. He ad- vises others, "To apply themselves to the work that they do and know that they are capable Of succeeding in school." guna Dauis \ Auna, 17, is the daughter of Pat and Teresa Davis. She currently has a 3.9 GPA and is a junior. When she graduates she plans to go to a four-year college out of state. She plans to become a pediatric physical therapist. "Stay a part of your school and get in- volved. Also, study hard. It might be annoy- ing but it makes test days so much easied" \ Kolli Fanning Kelli, 17, is the daughter of Laura and Frank Fanning. She carries a 3.56 GPA and is a senior this year. She plans to attend Oregon State University or dual enroll with Linn Benton Community College to pursue a career in elementary education. She is most interested in teaching the fourth grade. "The most important thing you can do to do well in school is to study, study, study! The tests are the ones that always get me, so if you study, you should be set." Kayla, 17, is the daughter of Donalyn and Brian Hotrum. She carries a 3.68 GPA and is a senior. After high school, she plans to attend college but hasn't decided where at this point. She would like to study music and psychology. She says that one of the most important things a student can do to do well in ,school is to "organize and priori- tize time and schoolwork." .# \ Kourtnog Dixon Kourtney, 16, is the- daughter of Kimi and Darin Dixon. She cardes a 3.7 GPA and is a junior. After high school she is interested in joining the Oregon Coast Guard and then at- tend Oregon State University to get her masters degree in business and manage- ment. "It's important for people in school to pay attention, to work hard, don't procras- tinate, and get your work done on time. When you have questions just ask them." Cagtlin Giliospio \ Caytlin, 16, is the daughter of Chris ... ,.~.. ,~.~ and Gail Gillespie. She carries a 3.93 ,, and is a sophomore. After high school, ...... she plans to attend the University of Or- egon and become a high school his- tory teacher. She believes that, "working hard in class and turning in your work on time," is the most important thing one can do to succeed in school. 0 C I T Y \ Ames Creek REALTY (541). www, crocKerscars.com (541) 367-2111 ...... WWW C ~,~,~ ... -..~ ..................... ~J.. ..........~ ...... 2 i134 iJieii iaid Viliiey aweei dG e, Ut197386 54|-367-83G5 / flmanda Hubbard Amanda, 16, is the daughter of Madlyn and Michael Hub- bard. She has a 4.0 and is a junior this year. She plans to attend a four-year university and play volleyball. She is in- terested in pharma- ceutical research and manufacturing. "A person needs to priori- tize homework assignments as well as out- side interests to avoid conflicts with study time in order to do well in school." Chaco Hutchins \ Chace, 16, is the son of Randy and Linda Hutchins. He carries a 3.7 and is a junior this year. After high school, Chace plans to major in electrical engineering at Ore- gon .State University. To do well in school, "A person needs to be involved, focused, aBd interested in what is happening in the school." \ Jamey Calhoon, RPH Mort. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Soturdoy 9 o.m. - I p.m. Located inside Thdftwo