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Ed U CATION Lehi Free Press New Utah! - Wednesday, November 4, 1998 - Page 7 Melissa Willes: 'Rise each time you fail' Energetic, hopeful, courageous, ambitious, spirited, and compassionate, these are just a few of the words used to describe Melissa Willes, this week's Pioneer Profile. She is the daughter of "Victor and Yolinda Willes of Lehi. participated Leadership team, and Future Homemakers of America and French clubs. Melissa has been an active participant in several BYU Young Writers Conferences and foreign language fairs. She has received the National English Merit award and was a 1995 gold cup winner in the North Utah Valley Piano Solo Festival. She has maintained a 3.969 grade point average while taking demanding advanced placement classes in music, English Melissa's philosophy of life Language and Composition, comes from the statement by Spanish Grammar and LiteraOliver Goldsmith, "Our great- ture, and European history. est glory consists not in never Melissa is an active member failing, but in rising every time of the Lehi Dry Creek Ward, we fall." where she has served in her In school activities, Melissa Young Women's class presidenis treasurer of the Spanish cies. She has been a volunteer club, and member of the pianist for local nursing home National Honor Society, Peer sacrament meetings and has Two projects. As a high school sophomore, she served on the Seminary tv In community projects, Melissa has served for two years on the Utah Valley Youth ter program, participated in the . zens. She also currently serves as a tutor for Spanish immersion students at Meadow Elementary. Melissa's free time is filled students from Lehi are honor by their college deans, the over 120,000 stu- registrars or honor society advidents included in the 21st sors and must be in the upper published by Educational Communications, Inc., is the largest recognition program and publication in the nation honoring high achieving college students. Students are selected for this productions of Broadway musicals. In the future, Melissa plans from Brigham Young University, marry in the temple, and raise a successful and loving family. 10 percent of their class, on their school's "Dean's List," or have earned a comparable honor. Listed students are eligible to compete for $50,000 in scholarship awards funded by the publisher, and may also use a referral service for future employment opportunities. account of his or her choice. Payments are sent electronically to the designated receiving account, which eliminates the need to print and mail checks. The money is in the account and available at the beginning of business on the payment date, or sometimes it's even a day earlier. 1999. The government began notiWith more than 31 million fying check recipients in Sep- recipients, millions of dollars tember that by this time next will be saved monthly. Direct year people should have their Deposit should also prevent payments directed to an more than 100,000 crimes per The federal government has a new statutory requirement that all payments of social security and any other recurring federal payments, such as government pensions and salaries, welfare and veterans benefits, be made by Direct Deposit, beginning Jan. 1, f tennis, reading and writing, and plans a career in medicine. A public auction sale of the contents of Unit 2, Mobile Auto, Self Storage, 10300 N. 8800 West, Lehi, Uah, which includes the foldescribed lowing be held Uni-vesit- y, Natalie J. 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Payment is made based on the number of column inches of published articles, photographs and an hourly wage for time spent attending meetings. Additional writers are also being sought for similar positions in the communities of Saratoga Springs and Eagle Mountain. For more information or to apply for this position, please contact Managing Editor Marc ext. 12, or Haddock, to editornewu-tah.com- . send Hawaii Campus; and Bring your You Aire Time than 2,500 ww w.honoring. com . Listed from Lehi are: Kent J. Nielsen, Brigham Young Dec. 16 in Lehi i JTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTT List Newspaper colleges nationwide seeks writers and universities use the publication to recognize their academically qualified students. To learn more about "The National Dean's List," visit A kSw-&lsa- Public Notices Public auction to , Russon nize Red Ribbon Week observances at her school and has earned her Young Womanhood Recognition. She enjoys running, playing ern Utah University and major in business with a marketing emphasis. Financial ; An affiliate of Zions First National Bank be required Jan. Direct deposit to 1 For a free, no obligation insurance evaluation, call Blaine Thomas at 768-163- 5 Lehi 620 East Main ZIONS INSURANCE AGENCY Award All-Sta- te books and quilting. She plans to attend South- More 796-635- 2. Auto & Homeowners Policies to graduate with hiking and swimming, playing piano, reading, and Two among reservation, call Mark at Certifiedindependent insurance agent, specializing in providing personalized service and expert advice in all areas of insurance coverage including: Commercial Property & Liability Workers Compensation Insurance Group Health & Life Coverage Melissa Willes attending Jamee Russon supervisory position at the Thanksgiving Point Soda Fountain and Bakery. In her spare time she enjoys other sports, working on scrap- - For more info or to book a party Blaine Thomas National Make a Difference Day, served as UVYC's committee chairperson for Red Ribbon Week, and helped with immunization clinics for senior citi- The daughter of Kevin and Sheree Russon of Lehi, Jamee is finishing with a 4.0 and has played on the team since her freshman year, the last two at first singles. She's also earned awards in National English Merit, Presidential Academic Fitness and Outstanding Science, and is listed in "Who's Who Among American High School Students." She attended Girls State last summer and does peer tutoring at the library. She helped orgaUrry ; aw-- Japan, France and throughout the USA. Jamee Angela - We have performed in Council. She has also been a volunteer in the Big BrotherBig Sis- Lehians in Nat'l Dean's ." IM committee. Angela Urry 1997-98- The Williams Family Cloggers sm PiaJ anu C108 a variety oi vnnr nm mvnrirflc ac won ac original music. Council's general assemblies te annual edition of "The National Dean's List, The "National Dean's List," vOf 'd . Two Lehi High School co-ehave earned Academic All-staawards in tennis. The two are Angela Urry and Jamee Russon. Two Special Occasion Entertainment! in ward service netters earn Academic The daughter of Calvin and Eileen Urry of Lehi, Angela has played on the team since her freshman year and has a cumulative GPA of 3.96. She is an Scholar nominee and is listed in "Who's Who Among High School Students." She's also received the National English Merit Award and the National Honor Citizenship Award. She was a candy striper at American Fork hospital and has earned her Young Womanhood Recognition. She holds a The Very Best in Christmas and i mm BHING IN THIS M & GET 2nd BOX OF ZIMGERS FOR... GOOD THRU 1130-9- 8 OFF EVERY SUNDAY ask for punch card WE'RE WORTH THE TRIP! We accept ALL competitors' coupons and punch cards.