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Applause - May 19, 2014

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

EAGLE SCOUTS
App SchumakerJacob, Jim and Samuel Schumacher. (Photo courtesy of David Johnson)Samuel and Jacob Schumacher, members of Boy Scout Troop 574, Bothell, were awarded the Boy Scouts of America highest honor, the rank of Eagle Scout at a Court of Honor, Sunday, May 4. Samuel and Jacob are the sons of Jim and Katherine Schumacher. Many leaders of the troop were in attendance to honor Samuel and Jacob. Samuel returned the honor of mentor to Cedar Park Pastor Rich Haugo for significant impact in his life. Jacob returned the honor of mentor to both Matt Comstock for his valuable life skills and volunteerism towards Scouting, and to Howard Litterell, owner of H & K Floor Coverings, for his assistance with his Eagle project. In addition to the ceremony, the parents presented both Samuel and Jacob a gift to commemorate the occasion. This gift however, was actually a challenge to continue with the third point of the scout law: “A Scout is Helpful.” Jim and Katherine presented their sons with the “Schumacher Challenge,” a gift of $500 each. Their sons have one year to utilize the funds and their abilities to impact their community in a positive way and report back to those in attendance with how they chose to utilize the funds to impact the community.

Samuel’s Eagle Scout project benefited Cedar Springs Camp in Lake Stevens, Wash. The project included planning, budgeting and coordinating the construction of 12 picnic tables for the camp. Samuel has enjoyed the scouting program since he joined in 2003 as a Cub Scout.
Jacob organized his Eagle Scout project to benefit Cedar Springs Camp in Lake Stevens, Wash. The project included planning, budgeting and coordinating the construction of two carpet ball game tables for the camp to replace the single 20-year-old table. Jacob has enjoyed scouting since joining as a Cub Scout in 2005.

App HornBob, Kyle and Suzie Horn. (Photo courtesy of Ron Wilde)Kyle Horn, a member of Boy Scout Troop 574, Bothell, received the Boy Scouts of America highest honor, the rank of Eagle Scout at a Court of Honor, Sunday, May 4. Many leaders of the troop and community were in attendance to honor Kyle. Kyle bestowed the Eagle Mentor Award to Jennie Lee. Kyle was her Cub Scout Den Chief for two years and Jennie continued mentoring him through Scouting.
Kyle organized his Eagle Scout project in coordination with King County Parks & Recreation to rebuild three benches at Bothell Landing and improve the landscaping. Kyle joined Troop 574 in 2007 and has enjoyed Scouting for seven years. Of the many fun memories, Kyle’s top experience was taking a 12-day, 70-mile backpacking trip with eight Scouts and three leaders, including his dad, at Philmont Scout Ranch in Cimarron, New Mexico.

GRADUATION
Rebecca Sexton of Woodinville received a bachelor of arts degree from St. John’s College in Annapolis, Md. on Sunday, May 11.

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The following Gonzaga University students participated in graduation exercises during the commencement ceremony that was held on Sunday, May 11 in Spokane’s Veterans’ Memorial Arena. These students have either completed their undergraduate degree or are expected to complete their degree requirements this year.

Troy Adragna of Woodinville graduated with a bachelor of education in sport management.
Garrett Benson of Woodinville graduated with a bachelor of science in civil engineering.
Paige Caffey of Woodinville graduated with a bachelor of business administration in business administration.
Victor Choi of Mill Creek graduated with a bachelor of science in biology.
Maxwell Cobb of Woodinville graduated with a bachelor of business administration in business administration.
Allison Cutuli of Bothell graduated with a bachelor of arts in psychology.
Matthew Del Moro of Woodinville graduated with a bachelor of science in civil engineering.
April Dick of Woodinville graduated with a bachelor of business administration in business administration.
Nicole Fugiel of Bothell graduated with a bachelor of business administration in accounting.
Keith Gledhill of Kenmore graduated with a bachelor of business administration in business administration.
Erin Gogal of Mill Creek graduated with a bachelor of arts in biology.
Molly Kernan of Woodinville graduated with a bachelor of arts in English.
Chandler Mandell of Bothell graduated with a bachelor of arts in applied communication studies.
Collette Myers of Woodinville graduated with a bachelor of science in electrical engineering.
Kathryn Norton of Woodinville graduated with a bachelor of science in biology.
Erika Romman of Woodinville graduated with a bachelor of science in biology.
Kristie Slattengren of Kenmore graduated with a bachelor of science in human physiology.
Joshua Smith of Woodinville graduated with a bachelor of arts in broadcast and electronic media.
Rachel Vander Wel of Woodinville graduated with a bachelor of business administration in business administration.

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DEAN’S LIST
The following students from Woodinville made the Seattle Pacific University 2014 winter quarter dean’s list. Students on the dean’s list have completed at least 12 credits and attained a 3.50 or higher grade point average.
Emily Ann Booth
Matthew David Broman
Rachel Elizabeth Bulger
Kyle Richard Davies
Cameron Matthew Exelby
Brittany Keiko Geis
Sierra Dawn Hinkle
Eleah Anna Lovell
Kaitlyn Corinne Martin
Julie Joy Nivison
Elena J Raney
Elisa Beth Raney
Emily Nicole Reid
Alexander Gregory Sharp
Karen Jean Yae

Katie Campbell of Woodinville was among about 2,000 undergraduate and graduate students who received degrees from the University of Northern Colorado during spring 2014 graduation ceremonies May 9-10. She graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor of arts in musical theatre.
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SCHOLARSHIPS
Northshore Council PTSA Awards Higher Education Scholarships

Congratulations to Northshore School District high school seniors Hailey Hunt (Bothell), Megan Chun (Inglemoor), Dalton Mann (Woodinville) and Kerianne Edlund (Secondary Academy for Success) for receiving the Northshore Council PTSA Higher Education Scholarship.

The $1,000 scholarships are awarded to graduating seniors who excel in academics, service through leadership and volunteerism within their school and community. The scholarship must be used at an accredited university, college, vocational or trade school during the 2014-15 academic year.
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LACROSSE
App MitchellMolly MitchellMolly Mitchell is one of 25 girls from high schools throughout Washington state named to the 2014 Washington state Under-19 Girls Regional Lacrosse Team that will play to defend its divisional title at the U.S. Lacrosse Women’s National Tournament over Memorial Day weekend in Bel Air, Md.
For the 2014 national tournament, the squad of 9th through 11th grade girls, representing 15 high schools in Washington, will travel to Bel Air, Md, for the competition that is recognized as one of the oldest and most prestigious lacrosse events in the country.

PHOTOGRAPHY
Northshore students Anna Dickman, Andri Kumar and Savanna Sherstad’s photography entries are included in a group of 36 photographs receiving top honors in the 2014 Washington State High School Photography Competition held May 3 at Inglemoor High School in Kenmore. All 36 photographs will be on public display at the Museum Quality Framing Gallery, 428 Westlake Avenue N., in Seattle, beginning June 5, 7-9 p.m.
Northshore top honorees:
Traditional Silver Gelatin, black/white — Anna Dickman, Bothell High School, second
People — Andri Kumar, Bothell High School, third
Manipulation — Savanna Sherstad, Woodinville High School, third
Other Northshore finalists:
Portrait — Edgar Rojas, Bothell High School, fourth
Landscape — Bailey Fjelstul, Inglemoor High School, fourth
Architecture — Jesse Brown, Bothell High School, fifth
Landscape — Heather McKenzie, Inglemoor High School, sixth
Traditional Silver Gelatin black/white — Shauna Kruse, Bothell High School, sixth

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