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Willamette High School.

Byline: The Register-Guard

Graduation for students at Willamette High School will be held at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the school's Wolverine Stadium. Admission is by ticket only.

Speakers and vocalists for the commencement program will be selected from the class membership. In the event of rain, the ceremony will be held in the east gym.

A baccalaureate service was held Sunday at Bethesda Lutheran Church.

Twelve students qualified for recognition as top scholars by achieving a grade point average higher than 4.0. They are Catherine Garrett, Amanda Krause, Eli Lum, Marissa McGee, Nicholas Meyers, Emily Mulford, Cody Olson, Christopher Scott, Shana Tognazzini, Svetland Volkova, Jeff Wheeler and Kaci Willet.

Garrett is the daughter of William and Florenda Garrett of Eugene. She is a National Honor Society member, a member of the 1000-plus Club and is a member of the Interact Club. She participates in marching band, concert band, wind ensemble, pep band and winter drumline. She is a member of the varsity softball team. Her plans are to major in general science at the University of Oregon.

Krause is the daughter of Jerry and Betty Krause of Eugene. She is a member of National Honor Society, the 1000-plus Club, Future Business Leaders of America, ski club and the Interact Club. She played in the pep band and received the sophomore flute award. She plans to major in elementary education at the Master's College near Los Angeles, also studying Greek, Spanish, ministry, missions and the Bible.

Lum of Eugene is the son of Jean and Bob Lum. He is senior class president, National Honor Society co-president, a 1000-plus Club member and a 2003 DECA double national qualifier. He is a member of the varsity tennis team, a Young Life member and a peer tutor. He received early acceptance in the Marshall School of Business at University of Southern California where he will major in business administration with an emphasis in East Asian languages and cultures.

McGee is the daughter of Kevin and Sherri McGee of Eugene. She is a National Honor Society member, a member of the 1000-plus Club, placed third in national DECA competition, has been a varsity cheerleader for four years and is a nine-time scholar athlete. She plans to major in business and accounting at Oregon State University.

Meyers, the son of Eric and Mary Meyers, is a member of National Honor Society, participates in jazz band, forensics and is a member of the 1000-plus Club. He is a three-time national qualifier in Lincoln-Douglas debate and a two-time state champion in extemporaneous speaking. The University of Oregon has awarded him a four-year Presidential Scholarship which he plans to use to major in psychology and political science. After UO, he plans to attend law school.

Mulford, the daughter of Sharon and Walter Mulford, is a member of National Honor Society, the 1000-plus Club, the International Thespian Society, National Forensics League, French club and DECA. She plans to attend the University of Oregon to major in environmental science and environmental studies with a minor in peace studies before entering the law school.

Olson is the son of Loren and Kim Olson of Eugene. He has been freshman class treasurer, sophomore class president and was named freshman Leadership Student of the Year. He is an honor roll student, a 1000-plus Club member, lettered in wrestling and football, being named to first team all-league in football and all state in football. He plans to attend Oregon State University to study civil engineering and education.

Scott is the son of John and Mary Scott of Eugene. He was named the outstanding junior chemistry student and has lettered on the varsity soccer team for four years. He is a member of the 1000-plus Club. He is undecided regarding his post high school plans.

Tognazzini is the daughter of Annette and Carl Tognazzini. She is a member of jazz band, symphonic band and marching band. She is an officer in National Honor Society, a member of the 1000-plus Club, a member of the Interact club and has made annual trips to Ensenada, Mexico, to build houses for families in need. She plans to attend Western Oregon University to major in education.

Volkova is the daughter of Alan and Inna McNeill of Eugene. She was named Rotary Student of the Month, is an officer in the National Honor Society and a member of the 1000-plus Club. She participates in DECA, Future Business Leaders of America, French club and was named outstanding French III student as a junior. She is a University of Oregon Duck Link student, attending college classes while completing high school. She will be attending the University of California at Berkeley to major in international business.

Wheeler is the son of Rick and Julie Wheeler of Eugene. He was named Rotary Student of the Month and received a Wendy's High School Heisman nomination. He has been a scholar athlete nine times, twice named football MVP, league honor as defensive MVP, named to second team all state and was football team captain. He has also participated in basketball, baseball and track. He is a member of Future Business Leaders of America and the 1000-plus Club. He was a Mr. Wolverine contestant for the Children's Miracle Network fund-raiser. He plans to attend Northern Arizona University, majoring in business or engineering.

Willet is the daughter of Vicki Manley and Loren Willet. She was a member of National Honor Society, the 1000-plus Club and was president of Future Business Leaders of America, placing at the district level competition both her sophomore and junior years. She would like to pursue a career in teaching or youth ministry.

The members of the Willamette High School graduating class of 2003 are: Sean Aasted, Elizabeth Adams, Katie Aggers, Carlos Aguilar, Amber Aikwij, Brandon Alban, Brandy Alford, Penny Allen, Rachelle Allen, Jennifer Alls, Richard Attanasio, Brandon Bacod,

Stephanni Bahr, Amy Banks, Julia Berger, Darrell Betts, Erin Blaser, Cody Bokn, Tabatha Boles, Basil Boswell, David Brofman, Eric Brown, Dylan Cagle,

Whitney Campbell, Cherl Campos, Jaycee Carson, Daniel Carver, Sheena Castro, John Caudle, Michael Cheek, Bo Cheever, Levi Cheney, Jessie Cochrane, Jennifer Colley,

Jessica Colman, Mathew Conrad, Malina Darby, Amanda Davidson, Jessica Defoe, Ryan Dellit, Gabrielle Dillion, Aubrey DiLoreto, Carissa Dooley, Brandon Draper, Blake Dugan, Philip Edwards, Lydia Egts, Ramona Engelmann, Donell Evasuik,

Samantha Finch, Joshua Forrest, Nicholas Fraser, Stacey Gadsden, Emily Gardner, Catherine Garrett, Katie Gilbert, Casey Gilkison, Heidi Gillespie, Kenneth Gillette, Miranda Gilman, Eugenia Gonzalez, Willie Gonzalez, Rochelle Goodright, Tyler Gray, Cheri Green, Kenneth Green, Pamela Groff, Ashley Gunn, DeAnna Guy,

Carrie Halladey, Lucas Hamlet, Clark Hammer, Erica Hardin, Jamie Harris, Avary Hartsell, Terry Hatch, Nikkole Hawks, Cody Hayes, Christopher Hecker, Adam Henage,

Zachary Hildebrand, Denise Hill, Samantha Hilliard, Amanda Hinds, Joshua Hipp, Brindy Holt, Trevor Honeywell, James Hooton,

Phillip Hubbard, Sean Hunter, Sarah Jacobson, Tyler Jeffreys, Justin Johnson, Richard Johnson,

Michael Johnston, Gwen Jones, Casey Jorgensen, Suzanne Josephson, Charlene Kelso, Shantell King, April Kloehn, Aaron Klopp, Andrea Klopp, Carmalita Klopp, Rachel Knauss, Kyle Knox, Amanda Krause,

Shawna Lawson, Lindsay LeBlanc, Brandi Long, Steven Loos, Talon Losey, Trisha Loucks, Eli Lum, Hieu Ly, Jennifer Marshall, Kimberly Martin, Molly Martin, Jaime Mason,

Jedediah Mason, Amanda Matti, Chad McBride, Kimberly McClellan, Kasey McCornack, Marissa McGee, Lindsay McHaffie, Edwin McIvor, Cody Means, Jennifer Meyerowitz, Nicholas Meyers, Chelisa Milam, James Miller,

Isaac Miller-O'Higgins, Dustin Mitchell, Gloria Montes, Maria Montes, Jena Montgomery, Kristin Mooney, Arturo Moreno, Emily Mulford, Rebecca Murphy, Juterh Nmah, Jason Nohrenberg, McKenzie Nyseth, Alex Ockfen, Graham Okel, Cody Olson, Megan On, Colt Parker, Jeremy Parmenter, Ameet Patel, Kristina Patton, David Pearson,

Joel Peckels, Amber Peirce, Anthony Peterson, Jeffrey Peterson, Kyle Pickens, Christina Pickett, Christopher Planalp, Kelsey Potterf, Benjamin Pottorf, Kyle Pratt, Meredith Price,

Robert Raack, Sarah Ramirez, Siena Ranuio-Nunes, Derek Rather, Karen Redford, Michael Reed, Jessika Reiswig, Jessica Reynolds, Amy Rice, Crystal Rider, Christina Riney, Lisa Robbins, Clifford Roberts, Jill Robertson, Dana Robinson, Alex Rodriguez,

Dustin Rogers, Jeana Rogers, Aaron Ruiz, Nathan Salinas, Kristopher Salki, Miquelia Sanders, Jason Sani, Nicholas Sattler, Leann Scofield, Christopher Scott, Keri Seidemann,

Christina Sells, Kendra Shelley, Alyssa Shelton, Shawna Shelton, Samantha Sibert, Chadwick Smith, Taren Smith, Adrienne Smoot, Brian Snider, Amanda Snyder, Justin Snyder, Nicole Stapleton, Andrea Stone, Michael Stoney, Michael Stringfield,

Kiristina Stutz, Erin Succo, Zachary Sunkler, Douglas Szymanski, Richard Thien, Nathan Thompson, Ryan Thompson, Jesse Tidaback, Danny Tocalino II,

Shana Tognazzini, Tiffany Tomchak, Silvia Torralba, John Torres, Eric Torrick, Jamie Trunnell, Clayton Trzesniewski, Jeffrey Turner, Mesol Turner, Michael Turner, Jessica Tyler,

John Uram Jr., Nicholaus VanBloem, Ashley VanSickle, Richard Vedder, Svetlana Volkova, Ashley Vongkham, LaTricia Wall, Mindy Walton, Aryn Warner, Krystine Watkins, Jeffrey Wheeler, Tiffanie White, Toni White, Casey Whitehead, Gregory Widdicombe,

Jon Wilkinson, Kaci Willet, Lacey Williams, Kristi Wing, Jeffrey Wiser, Dikeeshea Witherspoon, Charlie Wood, Katherine Woodke, Justin Woody, Cameron Worrell, Victoria Wright, Jordan Young, Thomas Young Jr., Ahmed Zarrugh, Ty Zehner, Jill Ziebart, Erin Ziemer and Jacob Zwieg.

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