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Snohomish grad on PLU dean’s list

Mercedes Begley was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Pacific Lutheran University. She is the daughter of James and Roberta Begley of Lake Stevens and a graduate of Snohomish High School.

Begley is majoring in Chinese studies and minoring in anthropology. She will be a junior this year.

Grads earn art scholarships

Lake Stevens High school graduates Analisa Soverns-Reed and Hannah Patten were awarded scholarships from the Lake Stevens Arts Commission.

The students received certificates for the $250 scholarship in a ceremony June 2.

The scholarship was founded by arts commissioner Gisela Hinchcliffe. The arts commission hopes to make it an annual tradition.

Everett resident on Gonzaga honors list

Brianne Loomis, a junior at Gonzaga University, was named to the president’s list for the spring semester.

She is the daughter of Scott and Stephanie Loomis of Everett.

Students must earn at least a 3.7 grade-point average to be named to the president’s list.

Central grads from Snohomish County

The following students received their degrees from Central Washington University this spring:

Arlington: Lexi Mose, Charles Leeds, Logan Throndsen and Alyssa Fox.

Bothell: Alex Burdette, Scott Ditsworth, Brady Duros, Eric Fowler, Pavel Gisov, Lauren Horan, Nick Jones, Lydia Maltos, Kari McGie, Kelley O’Brian, Brianne Pearson, Maria Rovina and Amanda Tyacke.

Brier: Kristina Klimenko and Sarah Ammons.

Camano Island: Mitchell Krawczyk.

Edmonds: Brian Alfi, Bryce Daub, Jeff Morrison, Julie Peterson, Sara Peung, Kevin Proudfoot, Lindsay Owings, Samantha Scown and Alienor Valentine.

Everett: Nathan Anderson, Matthew Bannister, Natalie Blaszczuk, Chad Brumbaugh, Adalid Cardenas, Christine Chappell, Shu Darling, Cassie Haines, Tari Hopkins, Ashley Hilson, Peter Lee, Chase Melseth, Amber Mills, Kari Moore, Erin O’Mara, Rin Phan, John Roche, Crystal Perkins Tiff and Nick Vogt.

Granite Falls: Kyle Littlefield.

Lake Stevens: Mary Barton, Jeremy Carter, Stewart Freeman, Daniel Hargroves, Dannielle Johnson, Hailey Riehl and James Yourkoski.

Lynnwood: Hani Abdelsayed, Martina Adams, Jeremy Ayres, Engy Attia, Martin Blevins, Felicia Douglass, Julie England, Heidi Hansen, Chi Hoang, Monica Hodges, Cory Kildare, Hung Ma, Binh Nguyen, Phuong Nguyen, Cassandra Oakley, Michael Singh, Phuong Thao Pham, Sehato Tjok, Kelsey Vuu and Abrahim Zakaria.

Marysville: Sharon Fuller, Quentin Marsh, Jessica Mead, Christina Libbing, Luke Rockenbach and Daniel Waggoner.

Mill Creek: Nicole Jordan, Brittany Noren and Monika Rasmussen.

Monroe: Erik Cragerud, Ashlee Guckel, Patrick Nye and Tia Simoni.

Mountlake Terrace: David Johannes, Tara Krumenacker and Jessica Thomas.

Mukilteo: Ann Corsi, Jennifer Davis, Keri McDonnell, Nader Nur and Andrei Teretchenko.

Oak Harbor: Brian Hall and Cody Parker.

Snohomish: Antonia Eppig, Ian Flores, Tyler Hayter, Steve Hilgemann, Aaron Hagel, Scott Lever, Elena Pasquan, Lauryn Peugh and Kacie Sheeler.

Stanwood: Darrell Emnott.

Startup: Tegan Meyer.

Students on dean’s list in St. Louis

Katharine Eloise Walker of Edmonds was named to the dean’s list at Washington University in St. Louis for the spring 2010 semester.

Walker is a graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy in Interlochen, Mich., and is enrolled at Washington University’s College of Art in the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts.

Stephen Joseph Maldazys, an Edmonds-Woodway High School graduate, was named to Washington University dean’s list for the spring semester. Maldazys is enrolled in the university’s School of Engineering and Applied Science.

To qualify for the dean’s list, students must earn a grade-point average of 3.6 or above and be enrolled in for least 12 graded units.

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