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Applause - Jan. 29, 2018

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

student of the month

Student of the Month

The Woodinville Chamber was pleased to honor the January 2018 Student of the Month, sponsored by the Northshore Schools Foundation. This month’s featured student was Kira Fontana, a Senior at Woodinville High School. Pictured here: Larry Hansford (Kira’s Grandfather), Sherry Hansford (Kira’s Grandmother), Robin Fontana (Kira’s Mother), Kira Fontana (January Student of the Month), Carmin Dalziel (Northshore Schools Foundation), Josh Butchart (Woodinville High School), and Kimberly Ellertson (Woodinville Chamber). Photo courtesy of Photography by Carol Hook.

DEAN’S LIST
 
Lauryn Nicole Rhinehart of Woodinville has received Fall 2017 Dean's List Honors from Fairfield University (Fairfield, CT).
 
Emiley Melillo of Kenmore earned Fall 2017 Dean's List Honors at Roger Williams University (Bristol, R.I.).
 
Sallie Bieterman and Marissa Secreto, both of Woodinville, have earned Dean's List Honor's from Emerson College (Boston, MA).
Cole Benton and Luke Mollerup, both of Woodinville, earned Fall 2017 Dean's List recognition at George Fox University (Newberg, Ore.).
 
Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, MA announced the following students to their Fall 2017 Dean's List:
Xandria Korn of Woodinville, is a member of the class of 2019 majoring in chemical engineering.
Basak Soylu of Bothell, is a member of the class of 2018 majoring in mechanical engineering.
 
Saige Tyndall of Bothell, was named to University of Jamestown's (Jamestown, ND) Fall 2017 Dean List.
 
Montana State University (Bozeman, MT) has announced the following local area students to its undergraduate President’s and Dean’s honor rolls for fall semester 2017.Students with a perfect 4.0 grade point average for the semester were named to the President’s Honor Roll. An asterisk follows the names below.
 
Bothell: John McVickar, Liam O’Rourke, Caleb Sill
Duvall: Cassandra Chriest, Mikala Zilinsky
Woodinville: Melissa Adolfson, Markelle Felt*, Catherine Fernandez*, Parker Gregory, Samantha Jensen, Rachel Kepl
 
The following local area residents have earned placement on the Gonzaga University (Spokane, WA) President's and Dean's List for fall semester 2017.
 
President's List - Woodinville:
Students who earned a 3.85 to 4.0 grade-point average:
Emily Michelle Arnesen
Emmy Kai Billmaier
Amy Elizabeth Falla
Jacob T Gordon
Andrew James Hall
Ariana Lindsay Hibbard
Dillon Noble Hoopes
Maxwell Montagu McKee
 
Dean's List - Woodinville:
Students who earned a 3.5 to 3.84 grade-point average:
Laura C Baddeley
Olivia Lauren Banks
Daniel William Bies
Jessica F. Bruce
Daniel Maynard Fredrickson
 Emily Rose Ganz
 Elizabeth A. Merdgen
 Jacob Nathan Yee
 
Ali McAllister-Day of Bothell was named to the University of New Hampshire's (Durham, NH) Dean's List for the Fall 2017 Semester.  McAllister-Day is majoring in BiomedSci: Med&VetSci.
 
Christina Willis of Bothell was named to Harding University (Searcy, AR) dean's list for the Fall 2017 semester.  Willis is a sophomore communication sciences and  disorders major.

Alyx Farris of Bothell was named to Knox College (Galesburg, IL) Dean's List for the Fall 2017 semester. 
 
Bothell Native Dean Shinner was named to Fall 2017 Dean's List at Ithaca College (Ithaca, NY) in the college's School of Humanities and Sciences.
 
Brandon Francis Soh, a freshman at the University of Washington (Seattle), was named to the Dean's List for the fall semester. 

HEAVY BUYS PROVEN
 
Heavy Restaurant Group announced the purchase of  Proven Bread + Pastry to their family. Located in Woodinville’s ‘Warehouse District’, Proven is a small family owned bakery that launched in early 2015.
 
In addition to providing bread and pastries to Heavy Restaurant Group’s nine restaurants, Proven has expanded production and currently has relationships with PCC Natural Markets and several other restaurants and wineries in the area as well as numerous farmer’s markets.  Proven will no longer have a retail location.

 

 

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