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A-6, THE TUSTIN NEWS, Thursday, June 18, 1992 r Foothill Seniors Awarded at Assembly r .i f. '1 Tamara Khali, Yau Kwan, Cindy Lau, Mia LeeKaren Ann Lequeux, Christopher fSueur, Lien Ly, Kari Maeda, Ke'h Metzger, Abbey O'Keefe, Sa Ponrartana, Sean Regan, Sa.ih Rettinger, Clinton Rusich, Innd Scherschel, Justin SchwarzMona Shahbazian, Caroline Sw, Ming-Sing Si, Jeffrey Staley, Tbecca Stanfield, Alan Sung, Rqer Takayanagi, Rachael Tarr, Jenifer Ting, John Vu, Kim-berley iibel, Karli Watson, Justin West, Ana Wiebe, Ann Wilson, StephefWu, Melissa Yen, Charlton Yu. 100? Membership: Laura Amro'll, Kristen Behn, Melissa Broof, Marian Chen, Kenneth Chu;?, Rose Marie Cunningham, Ricl.rd Curnutt, Jason Djang, Pet Feher, Sheryl Gates, Daniel Goberg, Nicholas Gustavson, Reve Haldeman, Jason Hamm, As'on Harrison, Joyce Hwang, Members of the Foothill High School Class of 1992 were honored at an awards assembly recently. Dan Feder, senior class president, welcomed the students and community presenters to the honors program. The morning's first award was presented by Karin Von Kay to Nathan Kuchera, winner of the Enderle Center Scholarship. Other recognitions: Amateur Athletic UnionMars-Milky Way: Laura Amrofell and Nathan Kuchera, All-American honorable mention. American College of Music: Jennifer Greenwood, senior diploma for piano. American Field Service Student Exchange Programs: Laurence Chaillou, France; Alexandra deLaminne, Belgium; Lara Giuf-frida, Italy; Fleur Remus, New-Zealand; Hilga Simoes, Portugal. Art Awards: Laura Amrofell, Drama, Stanislavski Award: An-jali Bhimani and Thomas Brickner. William R. Frick Memorial Health Award: Alice Hsu and Brian Got-terer. Girls State: Sarah Rettinger. Harvard Book Award: Justin Schwarz. Irvine Co. Spectrum Leadership Award: Sarah Rettinger and Stephen Wu. Journalism Awards: Douglas Stol-hand and Karli Watson. Junior Statesman of America: Yuen-Gen Liang. American High School Mathematics Examination: Reeve Halde-man and Stephen Wu. Vocal Music Medallions: Anjali Bhimani, Jennifer Greenwood, Chad Overn, Anna Wiebe. Instrument Music: Marni King, concert band; Ethan Fry, marching band; Clint Easlick, stage band. Rotary Club Speech Contest: Emily Bauer, third place. Linda Jennings to Lead TPSF in '92 Tustin Public Schools Foundation has announced the election of officers for 1991-92: president, Linda Jennings; vice president of fund development, Ws Moody; vice president of disbursement, Bob Machado; vice president of membership, Sally Burrage; treasurer, Celine Osborn; and secretary, Ann Nicholson. New members joining the foundation board of directors are James Brown, Steven Davis, Paula Fain-barg, Diane Winn, Jackie Powell and Richelle Rowland. Returning board of directors are Al Baker, John Brittingham, Karen Card, Nancy Cast, Ernie Ching, Ben de Mayo, Dan Erickson, Patricia Gomez, Cathy O'Connell, Phil Ramazzina and Chuck Roby. The foundation raises funds for programs in the Tustin Unified School District. TUSD Applies for Healthy Start Grant The Tustin Uriified School District ha applied for a SB620 Healthy Start Planning Grant, according to Cindy Tarr-Glavas, counselor for student services. The grant application was submitted to the California Department of Education in Sacramento. Healthy Start initiative grant funds will be awarded to districts collaborating with public and private agencies that provide school-linked community based services to families. Stven Kehlet, Laura Keuilian, ADULT GRADS Tustin Unified School District Friday graduated six students from its Adult Education Program. Ceremonies were followed by a reception for the recent alums and TUSD dignitaries. Shown here awaiting their big moment are Ofelia Lesher, Ken Lane and Rosemary Stoops-Juarez. Not pictured are Joseph Hansen, Rhonda Puckett and Milly Palomino. NEWS Photo Six Adult Ed Students Are Graduated ' a . -... -WJ " J he had been accepted into the L.A. Police Academy. OFELIA LESHER Ofelia is from Tijuana where she was a computer operator. She did double duty this semester taking concurrent courses at Ranchp Santiago College as well as at Guin Foss. She plans to become a counselor for young students. RHONDA PUCKETT Rhonda wanted to move up in her job with the city and needed a high school diploma, She now plans to attend Rancho Santiago College to major in business and computers. MELAGROS PALOMINO Milly comes from Lima, Peru. She studied English as a second language for a year and then became a teacher's aide in James Madison Elementary School, Pasadena. She is now an instructional aide at River Dale School, Garden Grove, and a dental assistant in Buena Park. Tustin Unified School District Friday graduated six students in the Guin Foss Adult Education Class of 1992. Three earned their diplomas in January. JOSEPH HANSEN Joe went to Guin Foss Adult Ed 1 '2 years ago to work towards his diploma. He now plans to attend community college to take math classes essential for his goal of going into real estate. ROSEMARY STOOPS-JUAREZ Rosemary attended Guin Foss for two years accompanied by her husband, who took classes with her. She is a metallurgical technician who plans to continue her education at Orange Coast College. KEN LANE Ken, a Marine, is finishing his enlistment. He took courses at night and through the corps. The night of the riots in Los Angeles, he learned If, '.":ly-i ' i were State (IFReebok Scholar Athlete of the Year Canddste, Wellesley Book Award, Orange Couit Sports Celebrities Nominee, Sports Contititning and Rehabilitation Center, Tustin Ana Woman's Club Scholarship and David Shabron Memorial Scholarship. I NEWS Photo WELL ROUNDED The US Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award was presented to Laura Amrofell by Sgt. Pequno. Congratulating her daughter at the Foothill High School Awards Assembly is Leslie Amrofell, PFO president. Other awards received by Laura at the recent seniors' honors assembly You! Society of Women Engineers: Anjali Bhimani. j State CIF and Reebok Scholar, Athlete, of Year Candidate: Laur Amrofell.'; " " J - .c - j Tandy 'Technology Scholars TO THE ARROYO FAMILY Staff, Parents and Students Your support, dedication and love are what make Arroyo great. Julie Borden, Travis Conley, Heather Eckenrod, Nicholas Gustavson, Joyce Hwang, Tamara Khalaf, : Paul Kim, Kira ' Limburg, ! Shaun '3McNattvTKerri 'tNasluiidi'iffriruGngTt.i '"Nguyen',"'Abbey O'Kee'fe;'' Jennifer"" Sedo, Caroline Shaw, Brenda Short, Rachael Tarr, Jennifer Ting. ASB SERVICE AWARDS Administrative: John Amdon, Jerre Glasgow, Genevieve Koerner. Faculty: Sheila Adams, Peter Peher, Sid Gitthens, Kelvin Leeds, Dave Simcox. Support Services: John Armenta, My gratitude and appreciation ' FletcherydaughteF-Gf. Valerie- Fletcher, this spring was graduated from Cal State Fullerton with a B.S. in human services. An alum of Tustin High and member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority, Fletcher was selected as the CAUF Greek Woman of the Year for 1991-92. S for a wonderful eight years. Gerry Aust Tamara Khalaf, Yau Kwan, Mia Lee, Lien Ly, Kari Maeda, Keith Metzger, Abbey O'Keefe, Sila Ponrartana, Sean Regan, Clinton - Rusich; Justin Schwarz, Mona Shah-" 'bazian, Caroline Shaw,- J Jeffrey ' Staley, Rebecca Stanfield, Alan Sung, Rachael Tarr, Jennifer Ting, Kimberley Waibel, Karli Watson, Justin West, Ann Wilson, Stephen Wu, Melissa Yeh, Charlton Yu. Sealbearer Candidates: Anjali Bhimani, Travis Conley, Karen Cor-win, Stephen Fischel, Rob Higby, Sarah Holmes, Alice Hsu, Anthony Kane, John Kim, Stephanie Lawrence, Benjamin McCarty, Joshua Riley, Aaron Taub, Heather Terhune, Rachel Weissberg, Michelle White, Jennifer Yu. NATIONAL MERIT AWARDS Oliver Althoen and Stephen Wu, scholarship winners; Anjali Bhimani, Marian Chen, Sila Ponrartana and Sarah Rettinger, finalists; Paul-Chou Chen and Karli Watson, semi-finalists. Commended Students: Kristen Behn, Kenneth Chuang, Travis Conley, Daniel Goldberg, Reeve Haldeman, Jason Hamm, Patrick Kanz-ler, Steven Kehlet, Yuen-Gen Liang, Keith Metzger, Mona Shahbazian, Ming-Sing Si, Justin West, Jennifer Wu, Charlton Yu. TECHNICAL EDUCATION Orange County Youth Expo, photography: Amy Kappe, Michael Vigna and Anna Weinstein, first place; Tony Haske, Lara Keuilian and Michael Urbanski, second place. Tustin Area Council for Fine Arts : Heather Deppe, first place; Marco Foto, second place, Merete Berdiin, third place; Tony Haske and Amy Kappe, honorable mention. LEGAL FEES The City Council, May 18, ratified payment of $9,198 to Kinkle, Rodiger and Spriggs for legal services. Marian Chen, Kenneth Chuang Jason Hamm, Steven Kehlet, Justi Schwarz, Stephen Wu. Tandy Outstanding Studer Award: Stephen Wu. i U.S. Army Reserve Scholar Athle Award: Leeann Gonzalez and Aart Taub. ' i U.S. Dept. of Energy Regioul Science Bowl: Kenneth Chuag, Jason Hamm, Ming-Sing Si, Stepbn Wu. j U.S. Marine Corps Distinguised Athlete: Laura Amrofell and Naian Kuchera. U.S. Naval Academy Certified of Accomplishment: Peter Feheiand Steven Salata. Volunteer Center, Greater Cange Co. "Spirit of Volunteerism" Aard: Sarah Rettinger. Wellesley Book Award: aura Amrofell. Xerox Award, HumanitiefSocial Science: Yuen-Gen Liang. Yale Book Award: Rob H;by. Senior Girl Scout Gold wards: Lorin Fineman and Meliss;Mason. Senior Eagle Scouts Scott Cooper, Peter Feher, Jeremy Johnson, Aaron Hoke, Wrk Kaz-mier. CSF AWARDS Life Member and Salbearer: Laura Amrofell, Kristen hn, Kirby Beneville, Melissa Brots, Marian Chen, Kenneth Chuang, tose Marie Cunningham, Richar Curnutt, Jason Djang, Peter Fner, Sheryl Gates, Daniel Goldbel, Nicholas Gustavson, Reeve Halfman, Jason Hamm, Aaron Harrisi, Wei-Yuan Hsing, Joyce Hwang, Jeve S. Kang, Steven Kehlet, Laua Keuilian, JHIW H III! I 1 1 MM 1 1 i jpamji P 1 I 'Ml I I Ill I HI I ' I HI I WWJWJMWWWWWWMIKm pass! memm Attorneys Counseling ompJi8!0" adults molested as children & Arnerican Institute of Attorney at Law SELF-ESTEEM SUPPORT GROUPS, Familv Counselina General Practice RELATIONSHIP COUNSELING l-amily counseling Personal Injury j Ruth L MSW LCSW ,8260 One of Amerlc.' . Oldest Urge,. Ag.nc,.. I am nffiros -,f wksnn n. Miccon t o c . . 18121 Irvine Blvd. Tustin 832-0480 Law Offices of Nisson & Nisson Tustm & Santa Ana Offices Marrla FamilVi lndlvlduali Chiid . yL'l 730-1217 Dean Smith, Director I 17491 Irvine Blvd. Suite 100 free im.rview Sliding f.. Sd. Tustin, CA 92680 wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmBm Dentistry Insurance Pharmacy Clinics Josepn Hoiiey ,, , James v- Petersen, D.D.S. Professional Insurance Planning Healthcare Pharmacy 13422 Newport, Suite G 12901 Eveningside, Santa Ana 838 8412 14642 Newport Avenue Tustin 544-3015 Life Health - Disability individual or Group (Lobby of Healthcare Medical Center) General Dentistry By A Caring Dentist IRAPension Plans Annuities Tustin 669-4000 For You' Convenience Sal. Appts. Also Available Deterred CompKeyman TO PLACE YOUR LISTING IN THIS DIRECTORY CALL PAT AT 544-4110 BnaMnwHmvHBninBHinBnBiniBi Stephanie Djang, Jackie Kettering, Robert Lewis, Sherry Severson. Students: Melissa Brooks, Susan Cobb, Molly Dunphy, Todd Sousa, Melissa Yeh. B OF A ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS Certificates: Joyce Hwang, art; Michael Hampton, drama; Karli Watson, English; Nicholas Gustavson, Tamara Khalaf and Alan Sung, foreign language; Stephen Wu, mathematics; Clint Easlick and Kimberley Waibel, music; Jason Hamm, science; Laura Amrofell and Mia Lee, social studies; Troung Nguyen, trades and industrial. Plaques: Anjali Bhimani, fine arts; Sarah Rettinger and Justin Schwarz, liberal arts; Kristen Behn, science and mathematics. Bausch & Lomb Science Award: Kenneth Chuang. Cal State Fullerton, Honors at Entrance: Anthony Kane and Heather Terhune. Coastline ROP "Outstanding Student Award": Ann Wilson. Daughters of the American Revolution "Good Citizen Award" : Sarah Rettinger. Disneyland Creativity Challenge: Travis Conley, medallion; Emily Bauer and Joyce Hwang, trophy. Drama, Director's Award: Michael Hampton and Kimberley Waibel. 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Seating is limited and reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis. To register, call Fullerton at 714738-1000 or Irvine at 714753-9100 and ask for an Admissions Counselor. p Monday, June 29, 1992 P Irvine 6:30 pm I llllllj (Call for off-campus seminar locatios) Estate Jewelry & Loan TOP PRICES PAID Buy Sell Loan Diamonds Antiques Estate Fine Jewelry Watches Appraisals tues.-fri. 11-7, sat. 10-6, sun.-mon closed We Print Everything But Money The Tustin News Printing Division 714544-4110 WESTERN STATE U N I VE RS ITY : COLLEGE OF LAW 1966 Founded to provide outstanding legal education irouthern California ywyyVyyyV' 1972 Through 1992 California's largest laiv school Yff!0 ' W73 Accredited by Committee of Bar Examiners, Statfnr of California yyyyyyyyOWv ' 1976 Accredited by Western Association of Schools anColleges TQQO Branch rnnwus onrtted in Irvine 494 E. 1ST St., B-io Tustin, CA 92680 (714) 544-1141 Bin 7

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