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EHS preps for junior honors
Ten Enumclaw High School juniors will vie for the Ray Limbo Masonic Junior Achievement Scholarship at 6:30 p.m. April 30 in the Enumlcaw High commons.
Taylor Capellaro, Joseph Glick, Zachary Ross, Michael Taylor, Braden Timpe, Jessica Decker, Carissa Gwerder, Anna Nelson, Lauren Redman and Kaylee Salsbury have been nominated to compete.
In 2008, the program added Limbo’s name to honor the longtime Masonic leader for his 40 years heading the program. He started the program with Tom Poe Sr. and Conrad Hamilton. He stepped down from the program last year.
Last year’s recipients were Greg Rufener and Mara Koplitz. At senior awards in June, they will receive a $1,000 scholarship.
WRHS TSA streak alive
Isaac Dodge kept the White River High School Technology Student Association (TSA) three-year state competition win streak going by earning a first-place finish in flight technology.
Dodge, along with several of his White River High classmates, qualified to compete at the TSA national conference June 27 through July 3 in Denver.
Sean Goodrich, Brodi Bateman, Keenan Barbee and Jason Stach qualified to compete at the national conference with a second-place finish in cyberspace pursuit, Web design. Those interested can visit their Web site at http://wrhstsa.com.
Barbee, Batemen, Goodrich, Stach and Ian Culver placed fourth in the on-demand video category.
Misty Wise, Becca Kay and Dayna Andresen placed in the top five in fashion design.
Wise, Kay, Andresen and Hayden Rannow placed in the Top 10 for on-demand video.
EHS names ASB officers
After recent elections, Trulan James Rockwood will lead the Enumclaw High School Associated Student Body as president for the 2009-10 school year.
Abby French will serve as vice president. Cole Snider was elected secretary and Matt Zender will be treasurer.
Choice hosts science fair
White River School District’s Choice program students will present a science fair from 3 to 5 p.m. April 30 at the school’s campus, 240 N. “D” St., in Buckley.
This event is open to families, friends and the public.