|Applause - August 6, 2012|
|Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff|
Dr. Aaron Keith, chiropractic physician at the Woodinville Pain Relief Clinic, competed in the National Championships in cycling contested in Augusta, GA June 21-23. During each of the three days, the cyclists competed in three different disciplines – time trial, criterium and road race. Keith won all three races in the C 2 category of para cycling, assuring himself a position on the U.S. paracycling team for the 2013 season.
Berg’s Landscaping of Woodinville won the 2012 REX award in landscaping, sponsored by the Remodelers’ Council™ of the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish counties. It spotlights and recognizes the work of the area’s top remodeling contractors in a variety of categories. This is the third REX award won by Berg’s Landscaping. They received the award in 2008 and 2009.
Morgan Dillon of Woodinville was named to the dean’s list and has earned her associate degree of applied science from Lake Washington Institute of Technology. She recently received her acceptance letter into their dental hygiene program to begin fall 2012.
Hannah Asher of Kenmore graduated from Randolph College May 13 with a bachelor of arts degree in communication studies.
The following area residents made the academic dean’s list at Azusa Pacific University:
• Rebecca Fredrickson, a communication studies major and Woodinville resident
• Zachary Keene, an applied exercise science major and Bothell resident
•MelissaLund, a communication studies major and Woodinville resident
• Brianne Oiness, a nursing major and Woodinville resident
• Signe Olsen, a studies major and Woodinville resident
David Chi and Austin Remington, both of Woodinville, have won BECU scholarhips. Chi is a sophomore at Northwestern University and graduated from Inglemoor High School; Remington is a sophomore at University of Pennsylvania and graduated from The Overlake School
These recipients were selected by a volunteer selection committee of local business, educational and non-profit leaders based on a combination of strong dedication to community service, leadership and academics.
Jennifer Briant of Woodinville has earned a place on Western Washington’s University president’s list for academic acheivements during the spring quarter 2012. Briant is majoring in kinesiology.
Spencer Brueske has been named to the dean’s list at Pacific Lutheran University. He was a 2010 graduate of Woodinville High School and is the son of Scott and Cathleen Brueske of Woodinville.
Yun Yan Chen of Shoreline was named to the Miami University dean’s list.
The following area students have graduated from Montana State University
• Sarah Sandford, Monroe
•Haley Reutimann, Mountlake Terrace (with highest honors)
•BreAnna Huston, Snohomish (with honors)
• Julius Lloyd, Snohomish
•Leigh Enselman Woodinville (with honors)
Seattle Met magazine named 22 physicians within the EvergreenHealth network to the publication’s comprehensive “Top Doctors 2012” list that honors the top-performing practitioners in the Puget Sound region.
Ray Baker, MD, pain management; Joseph Chebli, MD, surgery (general); Maria Chong, MD, diagnostic radiology, Kelly Clinch, MD, surgery (general); David Epley, MD, surgery (ophthalmology); Jane Golden, MD, medical oncology; Hyun Hong, MD, pain management; Garrett Hyman, MD, physical medicine & rehabilitation; David Kim, MD, anesthesiology; Elizabeth Kiyasu, MD, hospice & palliative medicine; Barry Lawson, MD, neonatology; David Likosky, MD, neurology; Laurel Morrison, MD, family medicine; Mark Newman, MD, anesthesiology; Catherine Nobis, MD, pediatrics; Donald Pick, MD, urology; Robert Reid, MD, internal medicine; Jeffrey Roh, MD, surgery (orthopedic); Daniel Seely, MD, surgery (otolaryngology);Lorena Shih, MD, pediatrics; Jeffrey Stolz, MD, neonatology; Michael Weiss, MS, allergy/immunology
Alexandria Fleming, the daughter of Jacqueline Moore of Seattle and Alexander Fleming also of Seattle, graduated from Randolph-Macon Academy in Front Royal, Va., on June 2. While a student, Fleming participated in basketball, in which she received the Coaches’ Award, and track, for which she was named Most Valuable Runner. Also in track, she won the state title in both the 100-meter dash and the 200-meter dash. Her senior year awards included thePresident’s Academic Education Award of Excellence.She will attend University of North Carolina at Charlotte in the fall.
Katrina Freitag of Lake Forest Park has graduated from Loyola Marymount University. Freitag earned a bachelor of science degree in mathematics, and graduated Magna cum Laude.
Kimberly Hurdelbrink of Woodinville made the dean’s list at California Lutheran University for the spring semester. Hurdelbrink is a senior majoring in criminal justice .
Sylvia Law of Woodinville High School was one of about 20 science teachers from Washington state who spent part of their vacation at “summer school,” working beside scientists in research laboratories at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and several other partner sites throughout Seattle. “Our goal is for teachers to bring back what they learn over the summer to help jump-start their students’ knowledge of bioscience and research and perhaps kindle their interest in jobs or careers in science,” said Nancy Hutchison, Ph.D., director of the Hutchinson Center’s Science Education Partnership.
Katie Campbell of Woodinville has been named to the dean’s list at the University of Northern Colorado.
The following students were named to the dean’s list at Linfield College for spring semester:
Bothell — Kaleigh Ansdell, Amber Hay, Katie Main
Woodinville — Amy Hammerquist, Elisabeth Liebrock.
Thomas Logan of Kenmore was named to the dean’s list at Lewis University for spring semester 2012. Logan is studying aviation flight management.
Michael Postetter of Kenmore was named to the dean’s list for the spring 2012 semester at Washington University in St. Louis. Postetter is enrolled in the university’s John M. Olin School of Business.