Honors & Awards,
Graduations in Lincoln
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LCT scholarships awarded
Lincoln Community Theatre has awarded two $500
scholarships to Lincoln students planning to major in theater arts
at Lincoln College. The sophomore award was presented to Kelly
Dowling, daughter of Ed and Marcia Dowling of Lincoln. The LCT
freshman award was presented to Betsy Buttell, daughter of Mark
Buttell and Linda Buttell, both of Lincoln.
students on honor lists at Lincoln College
A record number of students
from Logan County have been named on academic honor lists for the
spring semester at Lincoln College.
Students on the Special Honors List
include Ashley Chinowth and Christinna Dye, both of Atlanta; Jessica
Bryant, Victoria Cooper, Jason Crowe, Kelly Dowling, Andrew Frost,
Christina Kennett, Ashley Kurtz, Kristofer Langellier, Max Letterly,
Angela Maestas, Joshua McMullen, Shannon Merritt, Heather Miller,
Jessica Shawgo, Joshua Wilson and Amber Wright, all of Lincoln; Kyle
Pepperell of New Holland; and Amanda Finfrock of Waynesville. The
criteria for this list are that students of the current semester
achieve a grade-point average of 4.0 and carry a class load of at
least 15 credit hours.
Area students on the President's List
are Kody Gordon of Atlanta; Jennifer Florey of Beason; Larry Jones
Jr. of Hartsburg; Travis Boward, Ashley Bowen, Tiffany Carvalho,
Risa Kopp, Matthew Kurtz, Adam Wessbecher and Brandy White, all of
Lincoln; and Todd Deibert of Mount Pulaski. To qualify for this
list, students of the current semester are required to achieve a
grade-point average in the range of 3.75 through 3.99 with a class
load of at least 15 credit hours.
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students on the Lincoln College Dean's List are Nathan Buss of
Atlanta; Jean Cross of Emden; Brad Aper of Hartsburg; JT Ashley,
Angela Couch, Sara Farkas, Matthew Kodatt, Dale Miller, Krista Onken,
Angel Quiles, Shana Reed-Harper, Stephanie Savery, Tiffany Short and
Debra Vincent, all of Lincoln; Erica Jarnagin and Casey Young, both
of Mount Pulaski. For this list, students of the current semester
must achieve a grade-point average of 3.25 to 3.74 with a class load
minimum of 15 credit hours.
College news release]
Zion Lutheran School honor rolls
High honors -- Morgan Conrady
Honors -- Ethan Hartman, Kayla Huskins,
Zach Leonard, Lexie Van Winkle
Honorable mention -- Matthew Roos,
Lauren Stanfield, Ethan Wibben
High honors -- Ross Arneaud, Amanda
Howard, Aaron Klemm, Bethany Last, Josh Sager, Kelsey Wendlandt
Honors -- Trevor Arrington, Joseph
Honorable mention -- Lindsey Beccue,
Billy Campbell, Brandon Miller, Ben Rekart, Emily Rossetti
High honors -- Amanda Howard, Aaron
Honors -- Ross Arneaud, Lindsey Beccue,
Bethany Last, Josh Sager, Kelsey Wendlandt
Honorable mention -- Trevor Arrington,
Billy Campbell, Joseph Mangano, Brandon Miller, Ben Rekart, Emily
High honors -- Jordan Barr, Scott
Carnahan, Michael Eack, Bryce Hunsley, Joshua Kastendick, Kathryn
Opperman, Raeann Sheley
Honors -- Diana Kastendick, Lorenda
Kirby, Jonathan Mangano, Emily Sheley
Honorable mention -- Caroline Cale,
Bethany Dzekunskas, Devin Pegram
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Honor roll (A-B) -- Kate Harmsen,
Samantha Lambros, Lauren May, Colleen Pech, Brittany Rogers
Honorable mention -- Alec Broughton,
Hailey Cooper, Autumn Hickey, Ethan Plumier, Todd Schumacher
High honors -- Emilie Lowe, Jenna
Opperman, Amanda Podbelsek, Annie Sheley
Honors -- Jan Arneaud, Sara Rossetti,
Honorable mention -- Kelsey Shull
High honors -- Michelle Eack, Ally
Fuiten, Kate Kastendick, Nick May, Esther Smith
Honors -- David Williams, Joe
mention -- Josh Bartels, Amy Johnson, Shannon Laughery, Allicent
Pech, Chris Powley, Kendra Matthews
Fifth grade -- Kiley Sommers, John
Sixth grade -- Michelle Boyer, Jessica
Farley, Kayla Jenkins
Seventh grade -- John Fink, Jacob
Eighth grade -- Katie Conklen, Jennifer
Dammerman, Kimber Davison, Jason Dean, Tiffany Graham, Brandee
Heidbreder, Justin Mason, Jill Patrick, Molly Tobias, Michelle
Fifth grade -- Katrina Adye, Alyssa
Albertson, Justin Jenkins, Chassidy Jones, James Kirby, Tom Koger,
Casey Nelson, Taylor Sisk
Sixth grade -- Nikki Becker, Danielle
Horn, Kelsey Jurgens, Diane Monday
Seventh grade -- Cori Wendell, Shonda
Eighth grade -- Nick Apke, T.J. Cook,
Jenna Hutchison, Lincoln Moore, Staci Otto
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Fifth grade -- Kiley Sommers,
Sixth grade -- Michelle Boyer,
Jessica Farley, Kayla Jenkins
Seventh grade -- Jacob Harnacke
Eighth grade -- Katie Conklen,
Jennifer Dammerman, Kimber Davison, Jason Dean, Brandee Heidbreder,
Justin Mason, Jill Patrick, Molly Tobias, Michelle Tripplett
Fifth grade -- Katrina Adye,
Alyssa Albertson, Justin Jenkins, Chassidy Jones, James Kirby, Casey
Nelson, Taylor Sisk
Sixth grade -- Danielle Horn,
Kelsey Jurgens, Diane Monday
Eighth grade -- Nick Apke, Tiffany Graham, Justin Harnacke, Lincoln
Moore, Staci Otto
names scholarship winner
The Abraham Lincoln
Healthcare Foundation has named Sarah Renee Harrington as the 2003
Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital Scholarship winner.
Sarah was selected based on her
commitment to serving others through a career in health care, her
academic and extracurricular excellence, and financial need.
Graduating seniors at Lincoln Community
High School, Hartsburg-Emden High School, Olympia High School, Mount
Pulaski High School, Illini Central High School, Delavan High School
and students at Lincoln College are eligible for the scholarship.
Sarah received an award of $500 toward
her career goal of becoming a radiologist. The daughter of Anthony
and Gail Snyder of Emden, she is a graduating senior from Hartsburg-Emden
High School. Sarah will attend Heartland Community College in the
Ahrends, executive director of community development at ALMH, serves
as scholarship liaison.
Local student makes dean's list in Missouri
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Allison J. Leonard
from Lincoln attained the dean's list for the spring semester at
Southwest Missouri State University.
students at the university who attain academic excellence are named
to the dean's list. For undergraduate students, criteria include
enrollment in at least 12 credit hours and maintaining at least a
3.5 grade-point average (on a 4.0 scale).
Of the 13,046 degree-seeking
undergraduate students enrolled during the spring 2003 semester,
3,295 earned a spot on the list.
High School academic honors
[JUNE 4, 2003]
High School has announced the names of students receiving academic
honors for the fourth quarter and second semester.
Forty-five Lincoln Junior High
School students received decals sponsored by Lincoln Elementary
Education Organization for exceptional grades the second semester.
Congratulations to all of these fine scholars.
High honors -- Brittany Reves,
Rebecca Kasa, Jaci Gandenberger, Kelsey Dallas, Ashley Shawgo,
Chrystal Olbrias, Jessica Owen, Alexandra Huerd, Jacquelyn Scheurer,
Stephanie Holford, Daniel Garrett, Cale Dahm, Arielle Alley, David
Finnigan, Kristina Logan, Heather Walker, Evelyn Haggard
Honor roll -- Jennifer Carroll,
Jairris Vermeire, Amber Simmons, Sabrina Matson, Crystal Elliott,
Ruth Skelton, Sevana Morris, Melyssa Campbell, Cathie Jo Daniels,
Mick Montcalm, Kaleb Gordon
High honors -- Jonathon
Leisinger, Tim Wiser, Hannah Snyder, Brandon Rahn, Kaeley
Fitzsimmons, Melissa Lange, Sonya Twist, Max Pozsgai, Juliann
Papesch, Chad Painter
Honor roll -- Kevin Kirk, Bo
Crowell, Daniel Parson, Mikel Frost, Les Vincent, Ben Grover, Donald
For the fourth quarter
Kelsey Dallas, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Lyndall Dallas, 105 Allison
Jaci Gandenberger, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gandenberger, 302 Sixth
Daniel Garrett, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Darrell Garrett, 1413 Fourth
Rebecca Kasa, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Kasa, 125 Churchill Lane
Amanda Bowlin, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Norm Wilham, 160 White Ave.
Brittany Reves, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Dennis Reves, 800 S. College
Kaeley Fitzsimmons, daughter of
Mrs. Crystal Davis, 806 Pulaski
Jonathon Leisinger, son of Mr.
and Mrs. James Leisinger, 333 Park Place
Brandon Rahn, son of Ms.
Michelle Sniff, 1219 Pulaski
Hannah Snyder, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Keith Snyder, 314 Pekin St.
Tim Wiser, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Dale Wiser, 511 Decatur
For all four quarters
Jaci Gandenberger, Daniel
Brandon Rahn, Hannah Snyder, Tim Wiser
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High honors -- Rebecca Lynn
Kasa, 4.2; Brittany Nicole Reves, 4.2; Jaci Anne Gandenberger, 4.2;
Kelsey Elizabeth Dallas, 4.2; Ashley LeAnn Shawgo, 4; Jessica Lynn
Owen, 4; Daniel Zachary Garrett, 4; Amanda L. Bowlin, 4; Jacquelyn
Faith Scheurer, 4; Stephanie Marie Holford, 3.8; Alexandra Dawn
Huerd, 3.8; David Larry Finnigan, 3.8; Arielle Meagan Alley, 3.8;
Evelyn T. Haggard, 3.8
Honors -- Sabrina Ann Marson,
3.6; Kristina Elizabeth Logan, 3.6; Cale Thomas Dahm, 3.6; Jairris
Eileen Vermeire. 3.6; Heather Michelle Walker, 3.6; Jennifer Louise
Carroll, 3.5; Ruth Ellen Skelton, 3.4; Melyssa Sue Campbell, 3.4;
Kaleb Marc Gordon, 3.4
Honorable mention -- Christen
Deanna Spiker, 3.2; Sevana A. Morris, 3.2; Andrew Russell Keller,
3.2; Cathie Jo Daniels, 3.2; Kelly Marie Gosda, 3.2; Steven Scott
Billington, 3.167; Dana Anthony Grable, 3; Chelsie Marie Shawgo, 3;
Heather Dawn Skelton, 3; Amber Lynn Simmons, 3; Jallisa Nicole
Tisdale, 3; Chelsie Marie Beck, 3.
High honors -- Brandon Lynn
Rahn, 4.2; Jonathon D. Leisinger, 4.2; Timothy Dale Wiser, 4.2;
Hannah Joy Snyder, 4.2; Kaeley Marjorie Fitzsimmons, 4; Melissa Sue
Lange, 4; Juliann Marie Papesch, 3.8
Honors -- Sonya Twist, 3.6;
Anthony James Weakley, 3.6; Max Pozsgai, 3.6; Kevin James Kirk, 3.6;
Daniel Joseph Parson, 3.4; Mikel E. Frost, 3.4
Honorable mention -- Emily Patricia Gilmer, 3.333; Andrew Allen
Stephenson, 3.2, Donald Rex Heyen, 3.2; John Stewart Cosby, 3.2; Bo
Crowell, 3.2; Chad W. Painter, 3.2; Ben Grover, 3.2; Jeffery Raymond
Hickox, 3.167; Amanda Kaye Skelton, 3; Kady Yvonne Rehder, 3; Les L.
Vincent, 3; Michelle Ashley Schriber, 3; Brittany Williams, 3;
Brittany Elizabeth Dickson, 3; Mallory Dean Hinton, 3
Junior High School]
Lincoln College honored by American Red
was recently named sponsor of the month for April 2003 by the
central Illinois chapter of the American Red Cross. The award
recognizes the efforts of those who have gone above and beyond in
hosting a Red Cross blood drive.
Lincoln College hosted a blood drive on
April 30 with a goal of obtaining 60 new blood donors. Lincoln
College students and donors from the Lincoln community met that goal
and posted a new record of 86 donors. Lincoln College also broke a
record of recruiting type "O" blood donors.
Doug Padgett, donor services
representative of Central Illinois Red Cross, says the drive was
huge success. "We are grateful for all the students who supported
the drive and the efforts of the Red Cross. I don't think the
students realize what an impact they have made on helping others."
John Stoltzenburg, Lincoln College
student activities director, and Jeff Nelson, assistant director,
are giving thanks to the many student groups that helped get the
word out. "All of the students pulled together to get their
classmates to donate," Stoltzenburg said. "I think our student body
went above what was expected, and they deserve all the credit."
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College President Ron Schilling said the honor is a reflection of
the Lincoln College student body. "Our students are truly great
caring individuals, and so it doesn't surprise me that their efforts
exceeded the goal. I am very proud of the support Lincoln College
has shown and am happy to congratulate the entire student body on
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