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Education

May 13, 2009

Century Career Center holds awards banquet for LHS seniors

Scholarship winners recognized at the recent LHS Century Career Center Award Ceremony include:

• Brooke Waddups, Robert O. Sheckell Memorial Scholarship, $500.

• Megan Rozzi Winamac Coil Spring Scholarship, $1,000.

Stephanie Reynolds, Devin Fouts, Ivy Tech $2,500 Skills USA First Place Winner.

• Century Career Center and Technical Student Organization Scholarships: Brent Bagley and Christian Servin, both $500; and Tucker Rouch and Jaclyn Slusher, both $250.

• Outstanding Student Awards for School of Advanced Manufacturing include: Silas Packard, David Tucker, Derek Kingery, Zakkary Beebout, Nathan Gundrum, Juan Hernandez, Ryan Shepard and Shane Ingle.

• Advanced Manufacturing Overall Outstanding Students were Zakkary Beebout and Derek Kingery.

• School of Arts and Communications winners were Alma Morales and Aaron Tucker Rouch.

• Arts and Communications Overal Outstanding Student was Alma Morales.

• School of Information Technology winner was Brett Davis. He also was the Business and Information Technology Overall Outstanding Student.

• School of Judicial and Global winners were Maria Domingo and Britny Todd.

• Judicial and Global Overall Outstanding Student was Yesenia Madrigal.

• School of Medical and Allied Health winners were Derrick McQuiston, Linley Marchal, Stephanie Reynolds and Breanne Huffstatler.

• Medical and Allied Health Overall Outstanding Student was Derrick McQuiston.

• Century Career Center Overall Outstanding Student was Derek Kingery.

• The 2009 CCC Honor Society Inductees were Cameron Austin, Brent Bagley, Tom Braatz, Brianna Brewer, Brett Davis, Jon Fettig, Katelynn Fields, Daniel Fritz, Nikita Greiner, Tisha Hester, Breanne Huffstatler, Chelsea Keeler, Derek Kingery, Ashley Knepper, Kassandra Knight, Erin Landis, Kayla Lane, Yesenia Madrigal, Linley Marchal, Amanda Nethercutt, Yosdy Palencia, Maria Pineda, Amy Riley, Stephanie Reynolds, Aaron Tucker Rouch, Megan Rozzi, Maritza Ruiz-Cruz, Krista Russell, Lisbel Santana, Kayla Scott, Natalie Scott, Ryan Shepard, Jaclyn Slusher, Caitlin VanCuren, Elizabeth Vilchiz, Brooke Waddups, Brittany Wallace, McKenzie Whiteman and Devin Winters.

• The 2008-09 CCC Honor Society included: Chris Babcock, Daniel Balderas, Emily Boster, Janet Bravo, Ashley Farris, Kian Frank, Jessica Griffith, Derrick Lee, Chris Martin, Annette Napier, Leighann Osborn, Ashley Palmer, Abby Rober, Maria Salinas, Adriana Sanchez, Christian Servin, Braxton Shidler, Meredith Shipley, Jeaneth Tavares, Britny Todd, Crystle Vaughan and Dustin Whiteman.

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