The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 30, 2001 · Page 26
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 26

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THE SAUNA JOURNAL MONDAY. APRIL 30, 2001 7 AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 6 Nathan Zerbe, Albuquerque, N.M., have received Memorial Scholarships from Kansas Wesleyan University. The KWU Memorial Scholarship awards $3,000 per year ($1,500 for nonresidence hall students) to high school seniors and transfer students with a grade-point average of at least 3.0 and an ACT composite score of 20 or SAT score of 950. These awards are renewable with a maintained grade-point average of 3.0. Betz is a candidate for graduation from Solomon High School, where she is a member of the National Honor.Society and has been on the honor roll for four years. She is the daughter of Karen Hasker, Solomon, and Tim Betz , Longford. Zerbe is a candidate for graduation from Libola High School, where he is a four-year soccer letterman and a member of the All-Academic district team. He has received two Character Counts awards, has been a youth referee and coach and has been a foster brother for six years. He is the son of Dary and Debbie Zerbe, Albuquerque. SALINA SOUTH: Marci Deuth, a senior at Salina South High School, has been awarded the following scholarships from the University of Kansas: the KU National Merit Finalist Scholarship covering tuition, fees, and room and DbUlM board; a School of Engineering National Merit Finalist Scholarship; and a Chemical Engi- Boi^ey Burgers! For years, ternutes have gone after your home. Isn't it time your went after theirs? Now you can get subterranean termites where they live The Sentricon™ Termite Colony Elimination System completely eliminates the termite colony with a unique monitoring and baiting technique. Plus, Sentricon continues to monitor against new colonies so your home remains secure. Call us today about the Sentricon System, and stop termites from eating you out of house and home. 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She has also received an Eisenhower award. Moorhous is a candidate for graduation from Wheatland High School. She has been a member of the National Honor Society, Who's Who, 4-H, theater aYid vocal music. She was on the honor roll, was an All American Scholar and received Distinguished Scholastic Achievement recognition. She is the daughter of Kay Moorhous, Grainfield, and John Moorhous, Oakley. Adam Long, HiU City, has received a basketball award. Long is a candidate for graduation from Hill City High School, where he is a member of the cross country, basketball and track teams. He is also involved in KAYS, SADD, FCA and the pep club. He is the son of Gary and Carolyn Long, Hill City. Jacob Mitchell, Grand Prairie, Texas, has received a football award. Mitchell is a candidate for graduation from Grand Prairie High School. He has received the Most Improved Offensive Lineman award. Outstanding Offensive Lineman award and was an Honorable Mention on the district football team. 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