Published: Saturday, June 24th, 2006
Adams Patrick Adams of Clovis is a recipient of a $1,500 college scholarship awarded at Cannon Air Force Base. He is the son of Elaine and Keith Adams. He is attending the University of New Mexico. Patrick’s school and community activities include National Honor Society; French Club; Hope Center Volunteer; Keystone Club president, and soccer. Cannon is one of 268 commissaries operated worldwide by the Defense Commissary Agency. His scholarship was funded through Dial Corp. Greig, Johnson Elizabeth Anne Greig of Clovis and Jaymelynn Kay Johnson of Fort Sumner were among more than 1,650 students earning academic honors from Kansas State University for academic achievements during the spring 2006 semester. Students receiving academic honors for the semester rank in the top 10 percent of their class. ENMU Sixty-nine area students are among the 509 students on the 2006 spring semester Dean’s Honor Roll at Eastern New Mexico University. Following are the students’ names, graduating high schools and majors: Clovis Christian School: Joseph E. Hostler, computer information systems, and Tai A. Moore, business administration. Clovis High School: Jason A. Anaya, music education; Adrienne Janay Barnes, biology; Whitney A. Benard, community physical education; Ginny N. Boersma, elementary education; Adam Todd Branham, history; Lukas R. Cash, communication; Jose Javier Cheverez, biology; Cash A. Clifton, mathematics; Deidra Mae Coker, music; Tamara Gaye Cooke, undeclared; Tabatha Mae Denton, business administration; Elizabeth Ann Edwards, undeclared; Vikita E. Ervin, communication; Sara Ashleigh Esquivel, elementary education; Kendal D. Essex, university studies; Octavia T. Fitten, criminal justice; Daniel P. Garcia, computer information system; Justin R. Gee, communication; Ashlie Angela Gonzales, art; Devin L. Hanson, agricultural business; Casey Alexus Hawkings, biology; Dakota Ross Helphenstine, political science; Mariby C. Herrera, art; Caroline Renee Kelley, business administration; Courtney Rene Linder, history; Matthew S. Loewen, undeclared; Carmela G. Lopez, psychology; Shannon L. Lujan, English; Angela K. Maggio, agriculture composite; Michael L. McCord, computer information systems; Chelsey M. Polich, communicative disorders; Kevin M. Poulin, political science; George M. Prothro, anthropology; Rebecca A. Reyes, political science; Robert Riggins, physical education; Juan Manuel Rivas, history; Stefanie M. Russell, communicative disorders; Hailey Brianne Schoeffel, music education; Annelise N. Silivongxay, psychology; Bradley Dustin Smoot, computer science; Josh L. Sorenson, wildlife fishery sciences; Blake K. Switzer, agriculture composite; Christine M. Thrower, biology; Alejandro Vaca, engineering technology composite; Miranda Leigh Vaca, mathematics; Larry Varnado, physical education; Michelle Leah Whitehead, communicative disorders; Joshua W. Wooley, agriculture composite; James Michael Wuest, political science; Kimberly N. Wyman, biology and Jessica J. Yi, sociology. Grady High School: Brittany N. Bailey, business administration, and Jennifer D. Bowman, university studies. Melrose High School: Candace R. Christesson, business administration; Evangalista Gonzalez, university studies; Tiffany M. Lee, elementary education; Dana R. Lewis, elementary education; Lacey Jo Pyle, early childhood education, Robin D’Nae Reed, elementary education, and Kimberlee A. Smith, university studies. Texico High School: Alexandra Denea Brooks, agriculture composite; Brenda Lizete Cardenas, undeclared; Amber Nicole Dalton, biology; Ashley D. Denton, elementary education; Gabriel J. Sena, psychology, and John Nathan Williams, biology.
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