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Area residents graduate from ITT

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Several Spokane residents recently earned degrees from ITT Technical Institute. All degrees are associate degrees unless otherwise noted.

David Anderson, computer and electronics engineering technology; Dylan Beecher, Bachelor of Science, information systems security; Charles Brineman, information technology-computer network systems; Tabatha Callantine, computer and electronics engineering technology; James Clancy, Bachelor of Science, digital entertainment and game design; Shane Denbo, information technology-computer network systems.

Ann Gjelvik, information technology-multimedia; Jason Hoyt, computer and electronics engineering technology; William Reichenberger, Bachelor of Science, information systems security; Gary Scoble, Bachelor of Science, information systems security; Lucas Stokes, information technology-multimedia; Michael Taggart, information technology-computer network systems; Robert Thompson, information technology-computer network systems; Megan Tipke, computer drafting and design; Chris Warehime, Bachelor of Science, information systems security; Michael Wright, computer drafting and design.

• Thre area residents recently graduated from basic training at Fort Jackson, S.C. Army Pvt. Erica Hansen, a 2005 graduate of Ephrata High School, is the daughter of Alan and Michele Hansen of Ephrata. Army Reserve Pfc. Colton Lowry, a 2005 graduate of Lakeside High School, is the son of Timothy Lowry of Arizona and former ward of Vicki Gervais of Nine Mile Falls.

Army Reserve Pvt. Justin Gearhart, a 2004 graduate of Chabot College in California, is the son of Robin DeWolf and stepson of Kent DeWolf, both of Colbert.

• Eight area students have earned Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarships from the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. The scholarships are renewable for four years. Recipients are Danny Crytser of Ferris High School and Brian Christensen, Leslie Griffith, Eric Parker, Whitney Porter, Emilee Smith, Annie Virnig and Cody Wymore, all of Lewis and Clark High School.

• Two area residents recently completed basic training at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado. Cadet Shannon Reichert, a 2005 graduate of North Thurston High School in Lacey, Wash., is the daughter of John and Shari Gray of Lacey and Patrick and Peggy Reichert of Spokane.

Cadet Ty Payne, the son of Calvin and Jane Payne of Moses Lake, is a 2005 graduate of Moses Lake High School.

• Army Pvt. Kevin Knight recently graduated from basic training at Fort Knox, Ky. Knight, the son of Nona Knight of Newman Lake, is a 2004 graduate of East Valley High School.

• The following Spokane residents recently earned bachelor’s degrees from Pacific Lutheran University: Erik Bishop, Clare Charles, Carlin Froisland, Chara McElfish, Erin Parker, Sara Stewart and Myra Waldher.

Idaho

Several area residents have been selected to have a handmade quilt, wall hanging or clothing item displayed during the upcoming quilt show set for Oct. 7-9 at the Spokane Convention Center. Artists are listed by their hometown.

Bonners Ferry: Dana Hobbs

Dalton Gardens: Pamela Legg

Harrison: Joanne Martin, Rachel Wickham

Kootenai: Fonda Sarff

Ponderay: Jeannie Foster

Post Falls: Alan Ballew, Hilary and Eric Ballew, Donna Helm

Sagle: Linda Aavedal, Dawn Kelly, Terrie Kralik, Bonnie Powell, Aimee Simmons

Sandpoint: Helen DeBoer, Leora Neldham

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