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/ra - December 12, 2012 Wednesday after-school Page ] 5 \ Craig S Fentiman Agc'n g Auto o Home Life Business 3037 Main St, PO Box 450 Swee( Home. OR 97386 Bus: 541-367=5121 Cell 541 401 1128 Fax: 541-367-5123 cfentiman@farmersaRent.com at huh LouJolling \ David, 16, is the son of Todd and Donna Lewelling. He is a junior and carries a 3.93 GPA. He plans to attend Linn Benton Community College and learn to run heavy equip- ment. His advice is to, "Never give up. If you need help ask and always do your homework." Emilg Harchbanks Emily, 16, is the daughter of Todd and Karen March- banks. She carries a 4.0 and is a juriior this year. After high school, she would like to go to college and become a math teacher. "1 believe that the most impor- tant thing someone can do is to set goals that are attainable, then do everything you can to achieve them." \ FA Auto - Home - Life - Business 1252 Main Street, Sweet Home 541-367-0468 (office) 541-990-0569 (mobile) J L=BJ:nrv it P \ , iNC. I "\ ,/ ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... ~x e t~b , ,~5, ~ Hannah Hather Hannah, 16, is the daughter of Peidy and Jeff Mather.She carries a 3.6 ad is a junior. After figh school, she plas to go to Oregon sti- tute of Techncogy and become an cho cardiologist. The most important aing I is to be involve4 in clubs and sports and just have fun." hshana Hithen s.ana. 17. ,st.eI I daughter of -ami White and ,ohn Mithen. She caries a 3.6 GPA and s a senior. She plan to take pre-med ckss- es, possibly at Or- egon State Urver- sity, after graduaon. To do well in scbol, one must, "Stud for test, and do your work as soon as it's asigned." RacheaL Hiller Racheal, 17, is the \ daughter of Jason and Angela Miller and Deshawnda Dye. She carries a 3.6 and is a junior. After high school she plans to attend Ore- gon State University to earn a bachelor's degree in l nance. "The most important thing someone can do to do well in school is to try your best with- out quitting and if you fall behind get back up and try just as hard. Always have faith in yourself that you can achieve the goals you want to achieve. Always be the best ver- sion of you and stay positive." Tgler Schilling \ Tyler, 15, is the son of Steve and Patricia Schilling. He carries a 4.0 and is a sopho- more this year. After high school, he plans to study civil engi- neering or sports broadcasting at ei- ther an Ivy League school or private college. His advice to do well in school is, "First, do your schoolwork. Second, be re- spectful and nice to your teachers. It hel ps in the long run." f .XC~: LOGGING, Sweet Home, Oregon Dragson Scott \ Drayson, 18, isthe son of Lisa and Ja- vier Cuevas. Hecar- ries a 3.89 GPAand is a senior this ar. He plans to atend a college and sudy marine biology and play baseball. His advice for success in school is to, "man- age your time wi ely and to work onhome- WOrk." Dauid Skeen David, 17, is the son of Michelle and Dale Keene. He cardes a 3.8 GPA and is a se- nior. He plans to go to OSU or OIT af- ter high school, and go into the roboti field. His advice for a successful educa- tion is to, _"Focus and " " never let up in the classroom. Always do all of the work you can." \ ,( c2