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Page 7 I 1 KAHS Semester 1 Honor Roll Grade 7 A Honor Roll: Denzel Atherton, Samuel Ehlinger, Rebeckah Holtz, Erika Johnson, Shay Krippner, Lauren Libbesmeier, Madison Lib- besmeier, Taylor Schreiner, Mon- tana Tschida, John Zipoy B Honor Roll: Bridgette Ander- son, Tyler Bechtold, Jacob Borman, Colton Czech, JoeHe Edwards, Trent Gehrke, Krista Hendrick- son, Raven Koltes, Annicka Konz, Thomas Lochen, Mitchell McKee, Sawyer Mies, Samantha Reinert, Amanda Roerick, Sierra Stanley, Abbey Straley, Kaitlyn Truenow, Alexus Witucki Grade 8 A Honor Roll: Ashlee Ahlrich, Regan Dockery, Blake Gagnon, Savanna Gohmann, Danielle Hel- geson, Madelyn Jansky, Grace Kopitzke, Brandon Loch, Madelyn O'Brien, Hannah Serbus, Zachary Stein, Joseph VonWahlde, Brittany Wittrock, Joshua Zabinski, Theo- dore Zipoy, Delaine Zongo B Honor Roll: Krista Anderson, Weston Blanchard, Randy Butz, Victoria Denn, Emily Donnay, Isa- iah Ehlinger, Cassie Erickson, Troy Filzen, Madyson Gasper, Hannah Hendrickson, Macy Hurrle, Alec Johnson, Kristina Kastanek, Jarred Merchant, Allison Mohs, Taeya Rohloff, Brandon Schiefelbein, Hayley Schiefelbein, Skyler Schief- elbein, Losan Schlueter~ Madison Schreifels, Nicole Vossen, Samuel Wittrock, Patricia Witucki Grade 9 A Honor Roll: Karlee Beehler, Megan Bisila, Erin Diffley, Hollie Donnay, Nicole Doran, Rebecca Frank, Cameron Hunt, Stacy Hur- fie, Marissa Johnson, McKenzie Libbesmeier, Luke Merten, Alexis Rose, Shelby Schiefelbein, Hunter Schreifels, Benjamin Serbus, Kris- tina Stuve, Jaren Thell B Honor Roll: Caleb Anderson, Tyler Anderson, Matthew Don- nay, Dean Hendrickson, Zach- ary Huhn, Amy Jendro, Derek Jenson, Devon Kelley, Mitchell Klein, Gracie Lantto, Tessa Mack- ereth, Dustin Mancini, Christo- pher Reinert, Paige Ruehle, Austin Schiefelbein, Olivia Straley, Jaycee Thompson Grade 10 A Honor Roll: Kendra Atherton, Jonathan Bisila, Ashley Bogatski, Tyler Dockery, Alissa Jones, Kate- lyn Lichte, Breane Meierhofer, Bradley Mies, Tanner Mills, Ellen Rainer, Austin Roerick, Paiten Sch- reiner, Erin Wicker, Hannah Zipoy B Honor Roll: Logan Bar- tholomew, Ashley Borstad, Rae- lynn Callander, Colton Denn, Laura Frank Nicole Johnson, Tim- othy Konz, Tiffany Kuechle, Steph- anie Laudenbach, Kelsey Libbes- meier, Kaylyn Mancini, Jonathan Massmann, Edward Nielsen, Pres- ton Peglow, Kaylee Petty, Torey Rohloff, Austyn Schlueter, Cindy Schwegel, Samantha Skaggs, Summer Swaisgood, Kenzie Trau- rig, Tess Vossen, Grade 11 A Honor Roll: Erin Dingmann, Maria Donnay, Cora Gohmann, Mitchell Hurtle, Ashlyn Jendro, Chelsey Maus, Dustin Opatz B Honor Roll: Rachel Arnold, Katelyn Asfeldy McKenzie Berresl Tiffany Berscheid, Jacob Cleve- land, Lauren Edwards, Holly Erickson, Olivia Fischer, Amanda Gageby, Jesse Hedlund, Megan Jones, Stephanie Konz, Megan Libbesmeier, Andrew Linn, Dan- iel Lochen, Nicole Orth, Kayla Overland, Samantha Stuve, Kelsey Theisen, Amanda Wittenberg Grade 12 A Honor Roll: SydneyAshbrook, Larissa Gohmann, Stacy Greg- Twelve members of the Kimball FFA participated in the Region V FFA "Lead- ing the Challenge" recently in Hutchinson. Buzz Light- year inspired the theme for the weekend leadership confer- ence, "To Infinity and Beyond." Members learned about team- work, community pride, and achieving goals. The entire group of nearly 100 FFA mem- bers and advisors also enjoyed a few hours of skiing, snowb0ard and tubing at Powder Ridge. They returned to their hotel for a dance and for evening reflec- tions. Sunday morning was full of team-building activities and chapter planning. The chapter is planning to use these team- building activities at their Feb. 7 meeting. dry, Anne-Marie Hirtzel, Mellissa Hoffman, David Joseph, Andrew Kieke, Heidi Lochen, Jenna Maus, Natnicha Nampim, Brett Ostby B Honor Roll: Ryan Dammann, Klarissa Eisenbraun, Tyler Fil- zen, Peter Frank, Megan Garding, Nell Helgeson, Abigail Konz, Jamie Kurkowski, Taylor Kuseske, Crys- tal Lahr, Chelsey Lamm, Emily Mansicka, Dillon Menson, Julia Messer, Kayla Myers, Taylor Nel- son, Melody Rose, Natalie Stein, Aleksander Young Local students named to dean's list St. Mary's University of Minnesota, Winona To be named to the dean's list, a student must earn a grade-point average of 3.6 or better. From Kimball is Steven Lochen, son of David and Jayne Lochen. SCSU fall graduates St. Cloud State University con- ducted fall 2010 commencement ceremonies at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 18, at Halenbeck Hall for 1,108 students. A total of 851 undergrad- uates and 257 graduate students earned their degrees in commence- ment and hooding ceremonies. From South Haven, Adam Nagel, Master of Science, Crim- inal Justice Studies; and Wesley Navara, Bachelor of Science, Envi- ronmental Studies. From Watkins, Janelle Dziengel, Graduate Certificate, Sixth Year Program: Educational Adminis- tration; and Joshua Eisenbacher, Bachelor of Arts, Criminal Justice Studies. Kimball's 2011 Region V FFA leadership conference participants. Front row: Megan Jones, Alissa Jones, Andrew Kieke, Hannah Zipoy, and Lauren Edwards. Back row: Alyssa Hurrle, Ellen Rainer, Kaylee Petty, Micheala Tagney, Buzz Lightyear, Katelyn Asfeld, Kelsey Libbesmeier, and Erin Wicker. Spirit 92.9 FM endorses new Christian Rock station Spirit 92.9 FM, operated by Gabriel Media of St. Cloud, announces Friday, Feb. 4, that it endorses the new low-power FM Christian Rock radio sta- tion, Rock FM, which is currently in the development stages. Spirit 92.9 serves the local Central Min- nesota community with positive music and friendly conversation and views the new start-up as a welcome addition to their minis- try in St. Cloud and beyond, Spirit 92.9 broadcasts Contem- porary Christian music and pro- gramming from its studios in Sauk Rapids and has grown con- siderably since first signing on as "Spirit 93" more than 10 years ago. With approximately 30,000 lis- teners each week, today's Spirit 92.9 is appealing to many differ- ent demographics and has listen- ers from all faith backgrounds as many are searching for something more "positive" on the dial. Spirit 92.9 sees the new hard rock Christian music station as an important addition for those, mainly males age 12-35, who pre- fer an edgier format. Spirit 92.9 Morning Show Producer Mike VanVooren is an active part of the new endeavor and Spirit 92.9 plans to support the new station through in-kind gifts of shared knowledge and professional resources. For more information on Spirit 92.9 and their support of the new Rock FM, please contact Diana Madsen at (320) 251-1780. Bethel Univ. dean's list Bethel University of St. Paul has named to the dean's list Joelle Wysoski of Kimball (in the nurs- ing program), daughter of David Wysoski. A grade-point-average of 3.6 or better is required for this honor. View thousands of photos in our Photo Gallery at W~N~NN tricountynews.MN (after all, we can only fit so many into the newspaper each week/) Scho0[" Kimball Elementary ' Subject(s) il teach: Sixth Grade Number o| students I teach: 23 .... Student t~eacher/T.A.: Natalie Stein I grew up {n: Austin, Minn. favor|re memory of school (K-1Z) is: Having:to do a skit totally in French, ~d beingiinvolved in athletics in high ; hooi. My favorit~ subject in school: Biology. ..... when little, I wanted to be: I don't actually e@r remember thinking about what I wanted to be when I grew up. I always lo~ed going to school so it was .... suchane~y decision for me when I declared my major as teaching. ~i:~ My college[s) and degree(s): Austin Community College (A.A. degree in Liberal ~rts); St. Cloud State University (B.A. in Elementary Edu- ::::: cation:and minor in Special Ed.); St. Mary's University of Winona (M.A. in Teaching and Learning). I chose to ;become a teacher because: I have always enjoyed learn- ing and INad some remarkable teachers and coaches when I was in seh0ol:~ i love kids and knew it would be a way to share my love of learning ith others. I just never imagined doing anything else. My days are n~ver routine; there is always something new. My favorit~ teacher was: Mr. Thompson. He taught sixth grade. He expected ~ lot from everyone. He made you want to do your best. He ':~dde:you feel you could do anything if you made up your mind to do it and put ~he necessary work into it. You didn't want to disappoint ! him. You he loved his job. If I wasn't !~ teacher: I can't see myself doing anything but teaching. ::lLve..been (;caching for: 33 years. The best ~art of teaching is: It is never boring. Nly family~ I am the middle child in a family t)f 5 kids. 1 have two brothers and two sisters. I am married to Don Hagan, and have 16 nieces and nephews, 10 grand-nieces and nephews, and two cats. LMy hobbies and interests outside of school: I enjoy reading, run- ning, wal~s by the river, fishing at the lake, cooking, traveling, and spendingfime with my family and friends, February events: Wed., Feb. 9,11 a.m.-2 p.m., Norb Koshiel