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Applause: Week of 3/14/16

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Aerospace Scholars

Eight Inglemoor High School students are among 173 high school juniors taking part in Phase One of the 2015-16 Washington Aerospace Scholars (WAS) program: Preston Duffield, Apurva Gavali, Athil George, Seong Hong, Frederick Huyan, Grace Kim, Jake Millman and Jason Zhu.
WAS is a two-part program focused on topics related to the history and future exploration of space by NASA and topics in earth and space science. Phase One is a five-month distance-learning course designed in partnership with NASA and the University of Washington, which provides students the opportunity to earn five college credits.

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Applause: Week of 3/7/16

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Baseball award

ViTL Nutrition in Woodinville, owned by Scott Littlefield and Susan Lewis, won the “Best of Show” award (by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper) for the 2016 American Baseball Coaches Association annual convention for their online and mobile app, the Baseball Nutrition Institute.

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Applause: Week of 02/29/16

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

GAMING MARATHON

Woodinville High School junior Fraser Welsford is the lucky recipient of a trip to Disney World thanks to his philanthropy and gaming skills. Welsford played video games for 24 hours straight accompanied by a live feed as part of Extra Life’s annual gaming marathon, which benefits Children’s Miracle Network hospitals. Welsford raised over $500 for Seattle Children’s Hospital.

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Applause: Week of 02/22/16

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Dean’s List

Kristen Leigh Wagner of Woodinville was named to the dean’s list at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.

Jacob Luplow of Bothell was one of over 200 Cornell College students named to the dean’s list for the fall 2015 semester.

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Applause: Week of 02/15/16

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ALL STATE MUSIC HONORS

Eastside Catholic is pleased to announce that 14 high school students qualified for the WMEA All-State Music Honors Groups in Yakima. Each qualifier submitted a recording that was compared to other Washington state student-musicians and the best were selected to participate in the All-State Honors Groups. Students from Woodinville who qualified are:
 
Landon Halverson – Symphony Orchestra
Jarrett Rosenberg – Wind Symphony

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