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V School & Student NmH Times Newspaper Page B4 Thursday, April 17, 2003 Lakeridge Junior High School Honor R0j 7th Grade Honor Roll: Ariel Abegg, Young Tai Arm, Jeffrey Andersen, Gloria Baird, Danielle Ball, Melissa Banks, Benjamin Barker, Jason Barthel, Andrew Bench, Caitlin Boswell, J Brody Brinkerhoff, Joseph Brown, Natalie Channell, Nathan Clark, Wesley Clegg, Tiera Cowden, Jordyn Crane, Megan Cross, Alek Cusick, Christophr Ferguson, Braedon Fletcher, Stephanie Frampton, Katelyn Frost, Matthew Gamett, Heather Garbe, Mark Garrett, Taylor Gilbert, James Goodman, Abigail Greer, Karlee Gunnell, Kevyn Hale, Mckenna Henkel, Melissa Henrie, Brian Hoffmann, Nathan Jellen, Cassandra Jex, Bryce Johnson, Taylor Johnson, Joon Ho Jung, Brooks Kelly, Delgermurn Khankhuu, Jenelle Killpack, Krystal Knight, Eric Kokkola, Julieta Lattanzio, Joshua Lehr, Jennifer Liljegren, Jason Longhurst, Caleb Loveland, Michael Mallory, Winona Ros Marx, Whitney Mattingly, Michael Mckell, Anna Melugin, Joshua Miles, Peter Moody, Christina Neyman, Kendall Nielson, Michael Nuttall, Lucas Oldham, Kasara Osborne, Alex Peacock, lice Perez, Danielle Peterson, Emily Peterson, Nathan Peterson, Jason Robertson, Jeremiah Robinson, Stevie Robinson, New student body president elected last month at UVSC Swen Swenson and his three running mates were elected three weeks ago as the new student leaders of Utah Valley State College. "Team Now," as Swenson and his running mates called themselves, them-selves, consisted of Swenson; Ryan Coombs, vice president of academics; Robb Julin, vice president of student life; and Alexis Vangardson, vice president presi-dent of clubs. The four chose to focus on changes for UVSC students now or in the near future. The whole idea was to promise the students realistic things," said Swenson, an integrated studies major with an emphasis in communications and English. "We didn't want to promise them half tuition or anything because we know that isn't in our power. We want our changes in place next year." Some of Swenson's ideas include a no-interest no-interest book plan where students can borrow money for books and repay the loan without accruing any interest during dur-ing the semester. He would also like to provide more funding for clubs, increasing increas-ing the diversity of programming available avail-able for students and extracurricular activities. Additionally, Swenson and his running run-ning mates have focused on better representing rep-resenting the student body and being a G Kyle Rodgers, Brayden Santo, Jordon Sargent, Dayne Schouten, Mary Smith, Zachary Steele, Kyle Strong, Brianna Symons, Wesley Talbot, Megan Taylor, Jahnin Tonge, Andrew Walsh, Alexa Wible, Vanessa Wilkerson, Bree Woolstenhulme. High Honor Roll: Laura Bassett, Jessica Bauman, Nicolas Blosil, Noah Boren, Brody Bowen, Andrew Boynton, Talyn Camp, Audra Campbell, William Cherry, Jason Cottrell, Mallory Danielson, Samantha Douma, James Dunn, Michael Floyd, Amanda Gatenby, Elise Gunnell, Alexis Harrison, Clarice Harrison, Brandon Harvey, Trevor Hendricks, Gary Houskeeper, Rebecca Isaacson, Graceann Jacobson, Landon Johnson, Andrew Kao, Jacob Kelly, Cory Lovelace, Kyler Ludwig, Kelsi Gale Manwaring, Jeffrey Mella, V. Bryan Merrill, Kiffin Miller, Janna Mills, John Molnar, Maricela Monterrosa, Anthony Morris, Jun Mutaguchi, q Shanna Myrup,' '; ,. Jordan Nuttall, ' Mitchell Oldham Cameron Olsen, Kylie Peterson, Aubrey Pimsakul,; Melanie Rhoades, Aubrey Roberts, Samuel Roden, , Mary Anne Seeley, ; : " Rachel Sevison, Mark Siebert, Nathan Smith, Chantel Snyder, ,: :, v Tyler Swain, Sheralyn Tanner, Travis Thompson, Britney Tibbitts, stronger student voice. The foursome will institute a Web site with updated on-campus issues as a venue to get consistent con-sistent student feedback and opinions. Representing the students has been important to 23-year-old Swenson in his experience so far in the student government. govern-ment. He held positions his first two years that gave him experience with on-campus on-campus leadership and campus representation repre-sentation in collaborations with other schools around the state, and in his junior jun-ior year, he served as the UVSC senator for the School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences. He met with the dean and department chairs regularly, taking their concerns to student government and vice versa. Swenson received more than 50 percent per-cent of the presidential votes cast. Originally from Orlando, Fla., he said he is eager to fill UVSC Student Body President Ryan Vogel's shoes. "My running mates and I spent so much time .with our campaign that when we were finally elected, we were relieved, but at the same time, we are wondering what the next year will hold for us. There's, , a sense of excitement because we want those promises we made to the students to be realized." Rebekah Valek, Hannah Valero, Virginia Voeks, Brittany Wach, Thomas Walsh, Jana Leigh Weiss, Grayson West, Brittany Williams, Chandler Wride, Andrew Zundel. 8th Grade Honor Roll: Brian Adams, Steven Alder, Camille Andersen, Katie Bauman, Kylee Bee, Jared Bishop, Reese Briggs, Jennifer Bunnell, Jordan Carter, Thomas Christiansen, Tricia Clar, Maegan Clawson, Cortney Conrad, Alex Cross, Joshua Curtis, Valeri Day, Christine Diamond, Christophr Dunsmore, Bonnie Evans, Jennifer Farmer, Jeremiah Fazzio, Doug Gaufin, Marie Gerke, Jacob Glenn, Kelsey Grierson, Eric Gudmundson, Brandon Haden, Courtney Hales, Bree Anne Halladay, Alexis Hardy, Luke Harrison, Brittany Harvey,, Taylor Hatch, : Tina Hayner, Heather Heaton, David Hillstead, David Hornberger, I;,-, Daniel Isom, Lindsey Jefferson, Jordan Jenkins r , Nicole Kezerian, Ayisha King, Jade Laumatia, Kerri Lawlor, Bradley Leavitt, Peter Lecheminant, Justin Lindorf, Dallin Mccartney, Annie Mcmurray, .... Ruth Merrell, John Meservy, Andrew Moake, Dana Morris, ; Natalie Murray, Heather Nielsen, Marietta Oswald, Ryan Painter, Aaron Pearson, Michelle Peterson, Madison Ramey, Noelle Reid, Tyler Riffle, Joseph Robins, Andy Romney, Craig Rowley, Mindy Scott, ., Rebecca Sorensen, Nikki Stay, Jessica Stevens, Sessely Talbot, Jacob Vandyke, Hillary Webb, Nathan Woodward, Gretchen Young. High Honor Roll: Heidi Allen, Jennifer Allen, Rachel Andersen, Corey Astle, Lisa Aston, Michael Aston, Hannah Bates, Kelli Black, Kimberly Bushnell, Tanner Camp, Skyler Carr, Marisa Channell, Bryan Christensen, Ashlee Erdmann, Elysse Faalafua, Cuyler Frisby, Lauren Gutierrez, Sarah Hamilton, Lisa Harris, Kolin Harrison, Thomas Heaton, Rachel Heinz, Jon Wesley Henrie, Suzanne Iverson, Grant Jones, Jannika Judd, Emily Keller, Annelise Kelly, Jonathan Killpack, Rachel Konishi, Kathryn Larsen, Eric Lazalde, Collin Mangum, Amanda Miller, Austin Miner, Mckay Murdock, , Daniel Nelson, Ricardo Nevarez, Alaina Nielson, Janae Parker, Melissa Piccolo, Tanner Pimsakul, Samuel Plothow, Jason Raddatz, Amy Richins, Chelsea Robinson, Melissa Seipel, Andrea Smith, Danielle Smith, Katrina Stanford,, Thomas Steele, Talese Stephan, Matthew Titensor, , Olesya Trakhimets Residents encouraged to participa in National All volunteers, including includ-ing groups, individuals and companies, are invited to make a difference in the community during National Volunteer Week, Sunday, April 27 to Saturday, May 3. , Since 1974, citizens have come together to serve their nation. ; National Volunteer Weeks , began when President Richard Nixon established one week each year as a celebration of volunteering. volunteer-ing. This annual event is a time to recognize volunteers volun-teers for their services and to provide several national and local events that will take place during National Volunteer Week, said officials offi-cials from United Way of Utah County. Tins year, National Volunteer Week celebrates the completion of the USA Initiative (Unity in the Spirit of America) made Jan. ,10, 2002. President George W. Bush had called on "citizens to conduct volunteer vol-unteer projects in , honor (of) those (whose) lives were lost as a result of the Maria Vizcarra, Jarom Vogel, Claire Warnick, Elizabeth Warnick. 9th Grade Honor Roll: Seth Ackroyd, Brittany Allsop, Cameron Asay, David Ball, Scott Bassett, Autumn Baxter, Roman Belliston, Mckay Benedict, Emily Benson, Erin Bezzant, Michael Bingham, John Bowen, Quinton Bowen, Alex Brown, Sarianne Carlson, Nathan Coe, Courtney Cosgrove, Olivia Dayton, Samantha Dayton, Beau Deveraux, David Durocher, Sean Elliott, Vanessa Ercanbrack, Carina Flores, Leonardo Flores, Kenneth Gardner, Robert Gordon, Jackson Hadley, Katie Hellewell, David Henrie, Patrick Henrie, Jessica Hester, Johnny Hill, Leslee Hillier, Rachel Hinton, Steven Holmes, Whitney Jacobs, Lynette Kingsford, Teresa Kitchen, Candis Konesky, Jennifer Larson, Kirk Liechty, Matthew Litster, Jonathan Liu, Jason Loutensock, Courtney Lyle, Chelsea Neiger, Roxanne Nevarez, Bethanie Palmer, Joseph Paske, Brice Peterson, Melissa Porter, Brandon Prete, Ryan Roberts, Joshua Robinson, Sarah Robinson, Bryan Schouten, Daniel Shallenberger, -. Carly Skowron, ; Kevin Smith, Anne Spencer, Gavin Squire, Staci Stanford, Amber Stephens, Volunteer Week terrorist attack." As of January 2003, more than 2,000 projects were completed, which enlisted the service of more than 1.2 million volunteers. vol-unteers. As part of National Volunteer Week, communities, communi-ties, schools and other organizations are encouraged encour-aged to plan and carry out service activities. Some suggestions for projects include helping neighbors paint and repair their homes, cleaning up trash in a park, holding a scavenger scav-enger hunt to collect items for a variety of agencies, or hosting an event for residents resi-dents of a care center. National Volunteer Week is geared toward making a difference in a community. However, volunteer vol-unteer opportunities are year-round. Some ideas include serving people with disabilities, lending support to patients with chronic illness or being adopted by a grandparent. Other volunteer opportunities oppor-tunities in Utah County are listed below. Julie Taylor, Natasha Tew imcnaei Thomas i Jenny Tian, ' L NickiViera, L KristineWebb, ChelseyWilW jjciijanun Wille A Matthew Wise, f& Anarew Wright Colin Young. High Honor Roll Skyler Abegg, Annie Bartholo Parker Bond, Rebecca Bowen Robyn Brough,' Dallin Burgon, Gavin Burgon, Rebecca Burgon Mark Burton, Janae Card, Craig Cusick, M Kate Darowski, Heather Day, David Douma, Erica Eyestone, Darren Flack, Alayne Fletcher, Ryan Gamett, Angela Glassford, Seth Grenny, Joseph Gunnell, Brycen Hale, Amber Harding, Abbey Hill, Hugh Hinkson, Andrew Hodges, Brian Isle, Trevor Jex, Abby Johnson, Joni Lawrence, David Lopez, Stefanie Lukowski. Marybeth Mack, Nicholas Madsen, Robert Mckell, Scott Monson, Nathan Morris, Anna Nielson, Brigg Olsen, Chelsey Olsen, Romney Olsen, Nabby Parkinson, Thomas Patch, Krystian Perez, Noelle Pitcher, Kirsten Rodgers, Brienne Roney, Sarah Seeley, Cherice Shoell, Russell Thomas, Brian Washburn, Keli'i Wesley, Marianne White, Taylor Williams, Lai Xue, Katie Yeates, Lauren Young, Zachary Zundel. '4 Hundreds ofvoW are encouraged to apart of beautify City's Cemetery iUr.v,or's Day Memorial DaV. W' assist in i - , XT,A n rlear the from winter. They ( clean and ilowerbeas , Tir .-oi rinv. Tools xviemui ixi . be provided for all rnmnanies can ortri wvrHvfttobenen1-, al agencies . Cnuntvbv gather on self-improve -Villa C00&1 enung sau""1.rf" Anthers for lite; rrruvir ran grams. i; - t cc scavenger ivnfihold common : 1 , , J i n rr raTLD ted llJ.LllXU.xxlg, f goods, toilet paf tormuiar&,, or a lis"- - 0l lect and don- more lnloriiw ects. call uniLcu 374-8108 . . o.Qfl Ltd' between o. $ p.m. or go to v wayuc.org.