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Achievements: EWU students earn presidential scholarships

Thu., May 24, 2007

Several students have been named winners of Presidential scholarships at Eastern Washington University for the 2007-2008 academic year.

Kristen Zangar of Spokane was awarded $2,000. The daughter of Mike and Jodie Zangar, she is scheduled to graduate from University High School in June.

Nicole Jacobson of Spokane also received a $2,000 award. She is scheduled to graduate from East Valley High School in June and is the daughter of Jim and Sandy Jacobson.

Christina Masterson of Spokane was awarded $2,000. The daughter of George and Jacquie Masterson, she is scheduled to graduate from Central Valley High School in June.

Le’Andra Smith of Spokane received a $2,000 award. The daughter of Paul and Jean Smith, she is scheduled to graduate from University High School in June.

Laura Schlect of Spokane was awarded $2,000. The daughter of Ed and Lori Schlect, she graduated in 2006 from Valley Christian High School.

Amanda McCune of Spokane Valley received a $2,000 award. The daughter of Daniel and Debbie McCune, she is scheduled to graduate from East Valley High School in June.

Ruth Tiffany received a $2,000 award. She is scheduled to graduate from Valley Christian High School in June and is the daughter of Paul and Nora Tiffany of Spokane Valley.

Brittney Barnes of Spokane received a $1,000 award. She is a senior at University High School and is the daughter of Steve and Peggy Barnes.

Samuel Turner of Spokane received a $2,000 award. He is the son of Wayne and Julie Turner of Spokane and is scheduled to graduate from University High School in June.

Jonathan Miersma of Otis Orchards was awarded $2,000. He is the son of the Rev. Thomas and Janis Miersma of Otis Orchards and is scheduled to graduate in June from East Valley High School.

James Eik of Otis Orchards received a $2,000 award. He is the son of Greg and Colleen Eik of Otis Orchards and is scheduled to graduate from EV in June.

“Jefferson Carpenter has been awarded the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest award given by the Boy Scouts of America. Carpenter, a member of Boy Scout Troop 400 in Spokane Valley, is a senior at University High School and the son of Norm and Karen Carpenter of Veradale. Carpenter’s project was creating a set of bunk beds for the Sky Cabin at YMCA’s Camp Reed.


 

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