North Scott High School

North Scott High School

North Dakota State University spring graduates – July 13, 2014

FAVORITE MEMORY: I will always remember the amazing support I have seen from the North Scott community. Everyone here bleeds scarlet and silver. Whether it be a varsity football game or band concert, I could always count on the Lancer’s to be there and cheering loud. The Arts CODY BIRELY, son of Eric Birely and Heather Birely of Davenport, plans to major in music therapy and music education at Wartburg College, Waverly, Iowa. Top achievements: Maintaining high grades in honors and college level classes Iowa Governor’s Scholar Award ADVICE TO FRESHMAN SELF: Don’t let the little things bring you down. Give everything your best shot; challenge yourself. One day you’ll be out of high school and see the abundant opportunities that await you in life. Get yourself ready now. Find your passions, chase your dreams, and live your life to its fullest! FAVORITE MEMORY: We do a fundraiser for Special Olympics. The top ten money raisers participate in a fun run from North Scott High School to Ames. The run is 199 miles. We take 2-mile intervals and run around 12-14 miles each. STEPHANIE KONRADY, daughter of Phil and Laura Konrady of Eldridge, plans to major in English (creative writing emphasis), anthropology at the University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Ind. Top achievements: Recipient of 4 in 1 Award for four All-State Honors in one Speech season National Honor Society president ADVICE TO FRESHMAN SELF: Dear Freshman Stephanie, Breathe. There is nothing more important than living in the moment of each thing you do in high school. Remember how you laughed when someone told you how quickly high school would pass by? Well, it passes faster than you will realize, so work hard, try everything.” FAVORITE MEMORY: That would definitely be qualifying for National History Day with two of my closest friends and our documentary about a little known, but awe-inspiring familys actions; they saved hundreds during the Nazi occupation of Warsaw. Humanities ALLISON COE, daughter of Keri and Richard Coe of Dixon, plans to major in music therapy/ music education at Wartburg College, Waverly, Iowa. Top achievements: National Honor Society Summa cum laude ADVICE TO FRESHMAN SELF: Through high school I have experienced a lot of different things and they all have taught me that no matter what, do what you feel is right and life goes on. As my freshman self I would have said, Do it anyway, you dont know until you try, be spontaneous FAVORITE MEMORY: A high school experience I will remember forever has to be whenever any of my friends and I got together. We can have fun and good times with almost nothing and every time we get together there is always laughter, crazy games, and random conversation. MIRANDA HALE, daughter of Rick and Lisa Hale of Long Grove, plans to major in communications at Northwestern University Evanston, Ill. Top achievements: Top 10 percent of class National History Day ADVICE TO FRESHMAN SELF: I would advise my freshman self to test out as many extra-curricular activities as possible when they have the opportunity and never be afraid to try something new. As a teenager, your interests are constantly growing and changing and new experiences will help you discover what you are passionate about. FAVORITE MEMORY: There are two very unrelated moments from high school that I will remember forever. Ill remember the incredibly rewarding experience of being involved in National History Day and qualifying for national competition and Ill remember the great times I had with my best friends in Disney World. Leadership SHELBY SORENSEN, daughter of Chuck and Deana Sorensen of Eldridge, plans to major in biology at Mount Mercy University, Cedar Rapids. Top achievements: Key Club & Student Government president Honor Roll ADVICE TO FRESHMAN SELF: I pride myself in standing up for what I believe in and one thing that I’m very passionate about is treating everyone equally. I have grown into a person that is very welcoming to others and difference but I wish I would have figured this out much sooner. FAVORITE MEMORY: Two experiences that I will truly remember forever would be a mission trip to Moore, Oklahoma, for disaster relief with the cross country team and being able to participate in Special Runners for Special People for two years. DOROTHY WEAVER, daughter of John and Julie Weaver of Davenport, plans to major in business and interior design at Iowa State University, Ames.
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Industry Experts Combine Forces for First Ever Interior Design PR Boot Camp

Scheduled for 10am to 3pm, the seminar will be held at Coupar Consultings Tete-a-Tete Lounge located in the SF Design Center. Interior Design PR Boot Camp covers often-overlooked elements of a successful public relations strategy, including industry secrets that help interior designers secure valuable digital and print coverage. Interior Design PR Boot Camp includes digital brand positioning, crafting a PR pitch that gets results, photo styling trends for shelter magazines, producing a photo shoot, and more. The seminar features lecture time, small group sessions, personalized problem solving, a working catered lunch and snacks, and time for individual Q&A with Shahvar and Livingston. Rachel Shahvar explains why she and Livingston are uniquely qualified to lead the Interior Design PR Boot Camp. I worked in digital media for six years, most recently as the Digital Marketing Director at CA Home+Design and 7×7 magazine before joining Coupar Consulting. Having worked extensively in editorial, I have unique insight to crafting a digital presence and PR pitch that gets results.
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The cooler evolves, hailing tradition – Yahoo News

The list includes their major and degree received. An asterisk indicates students who graduated with honors. Area students: Ashley Martin Van Den Eykel Jr., bachelor of science in civil engineering; Baldwin Kelsey Sheldon, bachelor of science in agricultural education; Berthold *Whitney Hansen, bachelor of science in agricultural education; Bismarck *Laura Asplund, bachelor of arts in music; Shenae Beal, bachelor of science in nursing; *Oliver Boeckel, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering; Madison Cermak, bachelor of science in public relations and advertising; *Ryan David, bachelor of science in civil engineering; Kimberly Davidson, doctor of pharmacy; Kavin Dvorak, bachelor of science in computer science; Megan Fenstermacker, bachelor of science in management communication; *Michael Folkers, bachelor of science in zoology; John Fraase, master of accountancy; *Brittany Gefroh, bachelor of science in journalism; Sara Gefroh, bachelor of science in zoology; Sean George, bachelor of science in finance; *Amanda Grosz, bachelor of science in civil engineering; Joshua Hintz, bachelor of science in human development and family science; Jared Hochhalter, bachelor of science in management; Brittany Jangula, bachelor of science in horticulture; Matti Kariluoma, master of science in computer science; Connor Kelley, bachelor of science in agricultural and biosystems engineering; Ryan King, master of natural resources management; *Wyatt Knell, bachelor of science in industrial engineering and management; Jeremy Knutson, bachelor of science in zoology; Nicholas Kramlich, bachelor of science in zoology; Ashlynn Krieger, bachelor of science in microbiology; Calvin Krueger, bachelor of science in criminal justice; *Jennifer Kuntz, bachelor of science in nursing; McKenzie Kuntz, bachelor of science in public relations and advertising; Rachel Larson, bachelor of science in computer science; Sean Lengenfelder, bachelor of science in mathematics education; Amy Lick, bachelor of science in health education; *Chase Lingle, bachelor of science in psychology; *Travis Lutz, bachelor of science in criminal justice; Lisa Makedonski, bachelor of science in human development and family science; Rachael Masset, bachelor of science in microbiology; *Connor Melvie, bachelor of science in political science; Zachary Motis, bachelor of science in radiologic sciences; Nicholas Peterson, bachelor of science in biological sciences education; Kelli Richard, bachelor of science in physical education; Jared Risan, master of science in mechanical engineering; Eden Schmidt, bachelor of science in apparel, retail merchandising and design; Jason Schwartz, bachelor of science in medical laboratory science; *Sarah Sjursen, bachelor of science in history education; Amber Streyle, bachelor of science in general agriculture; Jacob Strombeck, master of science in environmental engineering; *Jennifer Thorson, bachelor of science in accounting; *Nathan Todd, bachelor of science in civil engineering, *Matthew Van Beek, bachelor of science in exercise science; *Caitlin Van Voorhis, bachelor of science in psychology; *Jaden VanEckhout, bachelor of science in computer science; Daniel Weisz, bachelor of science in chemistry; Richard Weisz, bachelor of science in crop and weed sciences; *Faith Winings, bachelor of science in civil engineering; Chelsey Yantzer, bachelor of science in exercise science; Bowman *Jarren Lutes, bachelor of science in accounting; Tyler Senn, master of education in educational leadership; Alexander Wolf, bachelor of science in finance,; Burlington Jerick Hedges, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering; Lacey Weaver, bachelor of science in microbiology and certificate 1 in animal health management; Carrington Hilary Hafner, master of science in microbiology; Denise Harrington, master of education in educational leadership; Kaitlyn Klein, bachelor of science in accounting; *Chase Rosenau, bachelor of science in agricultural and biosystems engineering; Coleharbor Rebecca Lawson, bachelor of science in human development and family science; Dickinson Ryan Binstock, bachelor of science in computer engineering; Erika Brennan, bachelor of science in psychology; *Matthew Brooke, bachelor of science in horticulture; *Mackenzie Glasser, bachelor of science in human development and family science; *Aaron Grinsteinner, bachelor of science in finance; Elizabeth Heidt, bachelor of science in human development and family science; Molly Irsfeld, doctor of pharmacy; Paul Jilek, doctor of pharmacy; Lee Kiedrowski, master of science in international infectious disease management; Scott Nash, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering; *Thomas Peters, bachelor of science in zoology; Erika Ridl, doctor of pharmacy; *Shawn Senescall, bachelor of science in architecture; Jacob Steiner, bachelor of science in biochemistry and molecular biology; Alyssa Stroh, bachelor of science in architecture; Douglas Jesse Schuer, bachelor of science in criminal justice; Edgeley Caetlin Fox, bachelor of science in architecture; Elgin Trista Hohnadel, bachelor of science in psychology; Ellendale Jeffrey Diemert, bachelor of science in political science; Michael Kaiser, master of education in educational leadership; Fessenden Kayla Houchin, bachelor of science in physical education; Kelby Houchin, bachelor of science in crop and weed sciences; *Amy Klindworth, bachelor of science in architecture; *Trisha Maine, bachelor of science in animal science; Misty Rappuhn, bachelor of science in accounting; Justin Roehrich, bachelor of science in criminal justice; Fredonia Thomas Wilen, bachelor of science in agricultural and biosystems engineering; Garrison Ryan Essler, bachelor of science in civil engineering; Ira Glass, bachelor of science in nursing; Kelse Hanson, bachelor of science in management; Glen Ullin Sarah Schaaf, doctor of pharmacy; Grassy Butte Kelli Chinn, bachelor of science in animal science; Harvey Jaclyn Eichele, bachelor of science in zoology; Brittanie Schmeets, doctor of pharmacy; Kevin Walsh, bachelor of science in agricultural economics; Hazen Cameron Dietz, bachelor of science in management information systems; Jamison Huber, master of science in mechanical engineering; *Brandon Johnson, bachelor of science in physics; Christopher Schwarz, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering; Hebron Jordan Nelson, bachelor of fine arts in art; Hettinger Alexandra Engraf, bachelor of science in psychology, *Tess Kilwein, bachelor of science in psychology; Jud Ryan Brady, bachelor of science in crop and weed sciences; Kief *Marita Rau, bachelor of science in agricultural education; Kintyre Spencer Wirt, bachelor of science in animal science; Kulm Alex Knudson, bachelor of science in psychology; Lincoln *Timothy Dodd, bachelor of science in civil engineering; *Allison Martin, bachelor of science in psychology; Linton Courtney Burgad, bachelor of science in human development and family science; *Christa Nagel, bachelor of science in nursing; Mandan Matthew Avard, master of architecture; Kayli Bardell, doctor of pharmacy; *Brookelle Christman, bachelor of science in microbiology; Alyssa Emerson, doctor of pharmacy; Taylor Fischer, bachelor of science in civil engineering; Melissa Hansen, bachelor of science in English education; Mitchell Helbling, bachelor of science in management information systems; *Emily Helmers, bachelor of science in nursing; *Abby Knoll, bachelor of science in animal science; Eric Miller, bachelor of science in agricultural economics; *Robert Miller, bachelor of science in human development and family science; Ethan Olsen, bachelor of science in agricultural economics; Max Caitlin Krueger, bachelor of science in apparel, retail merchandising and design; McClusky *Brittany Petrik, bachelor of science in human development and family science; Medora *Samantha Sandven, bachelor of science in health communication; Mott Amy Blickensderfer, bachelor of university studies, Alicia Brackel, master of architecture; Napoleon Nathan Kleppe, master of athletic training; New Town Macy Iverson, bachelor of science in apparel, retail merchandising and design; Pick City Nichole Roller, doctor of nursing practice in advanced nursing practice; Pingree *Tara Uehran, bachelor of science in nursing; Regan Hannah Olson, bachelor of science in art; Ross Katherine Woodbury, bachelor of science in agricultural economics; Ruso Kyle Erickson, bachelor of science in emergency management; Sawyer *Kaleah Syverson, bachelor of science in sport and recreation leadership; Scranton Bobbie Miller, master of education in counseling; Solen *Cassandra Hatzenbuhler, bachelor of science in marketing; Nathan Leingang, bachelor of science in agricultural and biosystems engineering; South Heart *Sage Roshau, bachelor of science in interior design; Stanley Ryan Marquette, bachelor of science in civil engineering; Stanton SheraLynn Ternes, bachelor of science in criminal justice; Steele Matthew Aichele, bachelor of science in agricultural economics; Joel Shipley, bachelor of science in agricultural and biosystems engineering; Streeter Ruifeng Liu, master of science in applied statistics; Taylor Tara Hutchinson, bachelor of science in criminal justice; Turtle Lake Samantha Johnson, bachelor of science in crop and weed sciences; Underwood *Michael Finneman, bachelor of science in computer engineering; Velva Amanda Kerr, doctor of pharmacy; Sloane Peterson, bachelor of science in business administration; Michael Wiest, bachelor of science in crop and weed sciences; Washburn *Gage Bickler, bachelor of science in electrical engineering; Maria Buchholz, master of science in criminal justice administration; Joseph Kaiser, doctor of pharmacy; *Justin Petersen, bachelor of science in electrical engineering; Watford City Calvin Trauger, bachelor of science in civil engineering; Williston Kirk Anderson, doctor of philosophy in entomology; *Cody Bakken, bachelor of science in psychology; *Josh Donnelly, bachelor of science in architecture; Kristopher Fandrich, bachelor of science in psychology; David Farrenkopf, bachelor of science in English education; Michael Farrenkopf, bachelor of science in zoology; Jared Floodman, bachelor of science in natural resources management; *Brianna Fretland, bachelor of science in nursing; Adam Ingebritson, bachelor of science in construction management; Katie Kram, doctor of pharmacy; *Brianna Michaelson, bachelor of arts in English; Alissa Renner, master of education in educational leadership; Robert Rolle, bachelor of science in industrial engineering and management; Wilton Nicole Anderson, bachelor of science in zoology; Wishek *Alissa Bettenhausen, bachelor of science in human development and family science; *Christine Wanner, bachelor of science in agricultural education; and Woodworth Jeremy Struxness, bachelor of science in computer science. Copyright 2014 Bismarck Tribune.
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Bent River Brewing

Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done The cooler evolves, hailing tradition 23 hours ago View photo The Coolest Cooler Don’t let its vintage charm fool you, the Coolest cooler has taken innovative steps to upgrade the standard cooler which has remained virtually unchanged for 50 years. Among its offerings are a built-in blender, which a promotional video demonstrates as being particularly handy if the cooler has been properly stocked with ice. To turn the picnic into a party, Coolest has a removable, waterproof Bluetooth speaker and built-in UBS charger in case entirely escaping civilization wasn’t in the plans for this outdoor excursion. Its interior divider also serves as a cutting board, and other integrated storage is available for plates and utensils. A bottle opener comes with the product.
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