Published: 04/30/13 21:43:56
Bridgette Larsen received the Washington State Association of Broadcasters’ scholarship for $1,500 from the Washington State University’s College of Communication. She also received the William Homer Veatch Forensic Endowment Fund scholarship for $1,500. To be eligible for either award, students must be certified in communication, have good academic standing and show extracurricular activities.
Published: 04/24/13 15:33:11
Gig Harbor's Samantha Goff, 10, has auditioned for and been accepted as a contestant for the America Junior Miss Pageant in August to compete for the title of Miss Washington Pre-Teen.
Published: 04/24/13 15:32:15
Proud Key Peninsula Middle School principal Jeri Goebel recently whispered in my ear via email that the school band had been awarded a Superior rating at a recent competition. She wondered if it might merit some media attention.
Published: 04/24/13 09:32:35
Alex Weymiller recalls holding a plastic baseball bat when he was just old enough to walk. Sports have been part of his entire life, and he has excelled at several of them.
Published: 04/24/13 09:31:14
Sara Meisburger is still a few months away from moving to Eugene to attend University of Oregon, but she already has been researching her options for community service there. She has found at least one organization where she plans to volunteer.
Published: 04/24/13 09:29:48
Annalisa Cochrane was 6 months old when she was in her first play as baby Jesus. She got into theater when she was 8, and she's acted in more than a dozen plays and commercials since.
Published: 04/24/13 09:28:10
Niquelle Cassador is a well-rounded student who has equally excelled in academics and athletics, and she's dedicated time to community service and church-related activities. She is a leader in the classroom, on the field and in the community.
Published: 04/17/13 15:06:06
I'd barely finished reading news stories of poaching elephants in Africa when Gig Harbor High School photography teacher Beth Watson asked if I'd be interested in meeting students who were working on "Art for Elephants," a project to save the pachyderms.
Published: 04/17/13 15:04:31
The Peninsula School District Board of Directors invites the community to provide feedback on its draft goals, mission statement and commitments as it updates its strategic plan.
Published: 04/17/13 09:41:26
Mariko Roths' diverse list of interests range from several school bands and Knowledge Bowl to the speech and debate team and community service. She has been described as a mature and respectful individual whose compassion makes others feel comfortable around her.
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