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NC grad crowned state’s Miss Teen


Amy Dryden, Miss Washington Teen
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Amy Dryden, Miss Washington Teen (The Spokesman-Review)
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Amy Dryden of Spokane was recently named Miss Washington Teen. Dryden, the daughter of Bob and Linda Dryden of Spokane, is a 2005 graduate of North Central High School. She will attend the 2005 National Miss American Teen competition this fall. Dryden plans to attend Spokane Falls Community College in the fall.

•The following area students were named to the spring honor roll at Western Washington University. Students are listed by their hometown.

Cheney: Forrest Copeland, Chelsea Stern, Ryan Van Tine.

Chewelah: Ariel Carter.

Coeur d’Alene: Allen Rassa.

Liberty Lake: Lauren Delgadillo, Kimberly Rasmussen.

Mead: Megan Gentry.

Nine Mile Falls: Lucas Minor.

Pullman: Jenna Caggiano.

Sandpoint: Laura Stoll.

Soap Lake: Christopher Trepanier.

Spangle: Jason German.

Spokane: Matthew Barrett, Theresa Carpine, Alyse Clacy, Kathleen Kershner, Janessa Maertens, Susan Prussack, Elizabeth Pulliam, Kristen Ridl, Matthew Russoniello, Amy Seebeck, Laurel Spruance, Megan Williams, Nichole Woodruff.

Spokane Valley: Katelyn Johnson.

Valley: Mindy Pease.

• The following area residents recently graduated from Western Washington University. The students are listed by their hometown and the focus of their degree is included. All degrees are bachelor’s unless otherwise indicated.

Coeur d’Alene: Jacqueline Monaghan, English.

Colfax: Jessica Davis, Business Administration, Finance.

Colville: Stephanie Oswin, Special Education; Ryan Matthew, English.

Ephrata: Monica Tafoya, Spanish.

Fairfield: Andrea Keno, Psychology.

Kettle Falls: Paul Berube, Manufacturing Engineering Tech.

Liberty Lake: Chelsey Thomas, History.

Medical Lake: Phillip Hull, Biochemistry; Jacob Meltzer, Biology.

Nine Mile Falls: David Bentler, Physical Education and Health; Nora Bentler, Physical Education and Health.

Otis Orchards: John Schindler, PE: Pre-Physical Therapy.

Quincy: Mallela Quincy, Chemistry; Sandra Muder, Human Services.

Rice: Willow Misterly, Interdisciplinary Concentration

Sandpoint: Laura Stoll, Biochemistry.

Spokane: Ethan Abata, English; Michael Adolfae, Art-Painting; Shaheen Aslam, PE: Sport Psychology; Jennifer Boyer, Music Performance; Melinda Bretches, Art-Graphic Design; Jeffrey Causey, Master of Education, School Counselor; Rebecca Cortez, Spanish; Erik Freese, Mathematics; Rebecca Henselen, English; Corey Johnson, Planning and Environmental Policy; Timothy Kenagy, English; Kathleen Kershner, English; Cameron Krauser, Computer Science; Madeline McNeill, Music; Ryan Mulvey, Business Administration, Marketing; Kevin Novan, Economics-Mathematics; Molli O’Neill, Master of Education, Natural Science; Whitney Odle, PE: Pre-Physical Therapy; Cody Pond, Mathematics; Julia Proctor, English; Heather Sander, Art-New Media; Eric Scranton, Business Administration; Ana Selvidge, American Cultural Studies; William Simpson, Political Science; Anna Sowa, Journalism; Bo Stewart, Philosophy; Joseph Sullivan, Industrial Design; Christopher Valeri, History-Social Studies; Megan Williams, Spanish; Sarah Wright, Anthropology.

Spokane Valley: Jeffrey Hayward, Psychology; Rachel Kennett, English; Peter Moe, English.

Valley: Mindy Pease, English.

Valleyford: Sarah Kalstad, Interdisciplinary Child Development.

Veradale: Audra Fredrickson, English; Daniel Hayward, Economics-Political Science; Katie McGuire, Biology/Anthropology.

• Several area students have been awarded scholarships for the 2005-2006 school year at Eastern Washington University.

Rachel Charbonneau of Rockford, a 2001 graduate of Freeman High School, received a $2,500 R.G. Andrus Trust Scholarship. Charbonneau, who is studying education, is the daughter of Nancy and Merv Lewis of Rockford.

Burke Fitzpatrick of Four Lakes, a graduate student in creative writing, received a $500 Patrick and Darlene McManus Scholarship. Fitzpatrick, the son of Darla and Daniel Fitzpatrick of Four Lakes, is a 1996 graduate of Cheney High School.

Jessica Hinson of Medical Lake, a 2005 graduate of Medical Lake High School, received a $1,150 Omer Pence Scholarship. Hinson, the daughter of Tammy and Joseph Hinson of Medical Lake, is studying education.

Danielle Knapp of Medical Lake, a 2002 graduate of Medical Lake High School, received a $325 Hanrahan/Swerer/Wiley Scholarship. Knapp, who is studying art history, is the daughter of Wendi and Dan Simmons of Medical Lake.

Amanda Lucas of Cheney, who is studying dental hygiene, received a $1,500 Whittenbach Scholarship. Lucas, the daughter of Diana Kimball of Cheney and William Lucas of Spokane, is a 2002 graduate of Cheney High School.

Angela McNaught-Davis of Medical Lake received a $1,000 Alumni Scholarship and a $600 Nicholas Curtis Scholarship.

McNaught-Davis, a 1999 graduate of Medical Lake High School, is the daughter of Lynnette Jensen of Medical Lake and the late Stan McNaught-Davis. She is a graduate student studying psychology.

Crystal Reiber of Airway Heights, a 2002 graduate of Cheney High School, received a $1,000 Cheney Realty Scholarship. Reiber, the daughter of Sandra and Ken Reiber of Airway Heights, is studying elementary education.

David Simon of Cheney, a 2005 graduate of Cheney High School, received a $3,000 Academic Honors Scholarship. Simon, the son of Rosalie Simon of Cheney, is studying computer science.

Regina Thompson of Cheney, who is studying biochemistry and biotechnology, received a $1,000 J. Herman and Jean Swartz Biotechnology Scholarship. Thompson, a 2003 graduate of Mt. Spokane High School, is the daughter of Mary Engstrom and Rodney Thompson of Cheney.

Sarah Young of Medical Lake, a 2005 graduate of Christian Heritage School, received a $2,000 Presidential Scholarship. Young, the daughter of Donella and William Young of Medical Lake, is studying dental hygiene.

• Two area residents recently graduated from the Army Reserve Officer Training Corps Leader Development and Assessment Course at Fort Lewis.

Julie Marsh, the daughter of Howard and Karen Marsh of Cheney, is a 2002 graduate of Cheney High School. She is currently attending Gonzaga University.

Jonathan Pritchard, a 2002 graduate of Mt. Spokane High School, is the son of Russel and Gay Pritchard of Mead. He is currently attending Whitworth College.

• Several University of Idaho students have been awarded Horatio Alger Association scholarships funded by Duane and Lola Hagadone. Students are listed by their hometown.

Blanchard: Sabrina Mrazek.

Clark Fork: Justin Davis.

Coeur d’Alene: Micah Leger, Kristi Tuntland.

Deary: Adam Osterberg.

Fernwood: Reva Dockery.

Genesee: Andrew Potter, Amanda Sheets.

Moscow: Stacy Olson.

Osburn: Tony McNamee.

Post Falls: James Bartholomew.

Potlatch: Heidi Reitmeier, Heather Wells.

Rathdrum: Amanda Hester, Katy Patterson, Shane Stuermer, Tausha Winn.

St. Maries: David Moore, Jed Overacker.

Troy: Jesselyn Bohman, Kaleb Navarro.

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