The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 25, 1998 · Page 25
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6 MONDAY, MAY 25, 1998 THE SALINA JOURNAL T SPOTLIGHT St. Mary's Elementary School fifth-graders who participated in a music contest are Jeffrey Koetting (in the front row from left), Angela Schmitt, Ashley Mercer, Christina Fekas, Megan Wells and Adele Stein. In the back row are Dustin Engleken, Rachel Vermillion, Sara Ervin, Stephanie Wittman, Catrina Compagnone and Jennifer Stegman. St. Mary's sixth-graders who participated in the music contest are Alysun Curran (in the front row from left), Bridgette Tharp, Rachel Bieker and Leah Meier. In the back row are Matthew Klenda, Brian Weiser, Nathan Hampel, Kyle Berens and Jason Bulleigh. St. Mary's students compete in music contest Several fifth- and sixth- graders from St. Mary's Elementary School in Salina participated in a local Music Contest April 17. The ratings are given as a III, II, I (1+ being the highest) or A.P. (advanced performance, which is higher yet). The results: Piano solos: Jennifer Stegman, fifth-grader, II-; Adele Stein, fifth- grader, I; Vanessa Greene, fifth- grader, I-; Kelly Erickson, fifth- grader, I; Michael Ratcliff, sixth- grader, I-; Brian Anderson, sixth- grader, II+. Vocal solos: Danielle Budreau, sixth-grader, I; Jason Bulleigh, sixth-grader, II-; Brian Anderson, sixth-grader, II+; Alysun Curran, sixth-grader II; Kyle Davis, sixth- grader, I; Kelly Erickson, fifth-grader, II; Joey Hartman, fifth-grader, III+; Cecilia Kilat, sixth-grader, I; Rachel Nicholson, fifth-grader, II; Rachel Vermillion, fifth-grader, II. Flute solo: Angela Schmitt, fifth- grader II; Catrina Compagnone, fifth-grader II; Leah Meier, sixth- grader, A.P. Percussion solo: Brian Anderson, sixth-grader, A.P. Trombone solo: Kyle Davis, sixth-grader I. Clarinet solo: Jennifer Stegman, fifth-grader, I. Trumpet solo: Jimmy McKee, sixth-grader I. Saxophone solo: Kyle Berens, sixth-grader, I. Vocal Group I, sixth graders: Cecilia Kilat, Rachel Bieker, Jessica Polich, Bridgette Tharp, II. Vocal Group II, sixth graders: Courtney Ducharrne, Lisa Bartell, Tina Schoel, Danielle Budreau, II. Vocal Group III, sixth-graders: Brian Weiser, David Hamilton, Michael Ratcliff, Nathan Hampell, Ilk. Vocal Group IV, sixth-graders: Jason Bulleigh, Kyle Davis, Brian Anderson, Jimmy McKee, 11+. Vocal Group V, fifth-graders: Rachel Vermillion, Stephanie Wittman, Catherine White, Christina Fekas, Ashley Mercer, Jalisha Davis, I. Vocal Group VI, fifth-graders: Christina Hadorn, Tina Newton, Catrina Compagnone, Melissa Bockhorn, Sara Ervin, Megan Wells, I-. Mixed Instrumental Group I, sixth-graders: Jimmy McKee, Matthew Klenda, Sam Finan, Kyle Berens, II. Mixed Instrumental Group II, fifth-graders: Joey Hartman, Dustin Engleken, Jeffrey Koetting, Matthew Broberg, I. Clarinet Trio, sixth-graders: Tina Schoel, Cecilia Kilat, Rachel Bieker, I. Mixed Woodwind Group, fifthgraders: Jennifer Stegman, Melissa Bockhom, Christina Hadorn, Catrina Compagnone, II. and Marty McCain, Salina, is one of 37 Doane students selected as a national outstanding leader. The award is based on academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities, and potential for continued success. PRESIDENTIAL CLASSROOM: Amy Kutschka, a student at Salina South High School, will travel to Washington, D.C., as a participant in Presidential Classroom. The program will take place June 13 to 20. Joining hundreds of high school students from across the country and a.b r o a d , Kutschka will take part in seminars presented by leaders representing each branch of government, the military, media and lobbying organizations. Students also are scheduled for a private tour of the White House, appointments with their senators' and representatives' offices and a visit to a foreign embassy. The balance of the week in Washington will be filled with small-group workshops on today's hottest issues, visits to the monuments and museums, a night at the theater and a commencement celebration. To participate, students must be juniors or seniors in high school, hold a "B" average or higher or rank in the top 25 percent of their class, and show commitment to community or school involvement through participation in co-curricular activities. . AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 5 Lindquist attended Ell-Saline High School. The Bethany President's Award, partner and performance awards are renewable if rthe student maintains a speci- 'fied grade point average and/or continues to participate in the awarded performance area. Performance awards of up to $2,000 per year are based on talent and skill in art, music, theatre, and/or athletics, are renewable for four years. Partners in Scholarship, a $1,000 per-year award, is a mentoring program in which faculty work one-on-one with talented students on research projects. * * » CLOUD COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Jennifer Collette, Salina, is the recipient of a departmental scholarship from Cloud County Community College for the 19981999 academic year. Collette is _ ft| -—.... a 1998 graduate COLLtTTt of Salina Central High School. She is the daughter of Terry and Sheila Crough. Her high school activities include: student council, drama club, thespians, renaissance council member, cheerleader, GCIL, and Who's Who Among American High School Students. While at Cloud County she plans to participate in drama and major in nursing. ® ® ® DOANE COLLEGE: Doane College, Crete, Neb. senior Carrie McCain, Salina, has been selected from a pool of nominations to be included in the 1998 edition of Who's Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges. 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