Thirty-eight awarded diplomas at PHS
Thirty-eight students received diplomas at the Prairie High School graduation last Friday, May 26.
Exchange student Pero Jolevsky graduated early and then left for his home in Macedonia so he could graduate with his classmates there. Another student listed in last weekís paper came up short on graduation requirements.Grads flip their tassels after all have received their diplomas.
Heather Schumacher gave the opening remarks followed by the Salutatory addresses from Ashley Schaeffer and Dani Terhaar and the Valedictory address from Adeline Lustig.
After a couple of musical selections the Commencement speaker was introduced. Steve Wilson gave a relatively short speech advocating that the graduates love life, take advantage of your support system, give your best effort and donít be afraid to fail. The world needs dreamers who are also doers.
Medals were given to the top students and several scholarship awards were announced. Following is a list of scholarships received by students that the school is aware of at this time:
Kim Altman-Cliff Holthaus Memorial, $200; Kantola-Morgan, $100; Maurice Shinn Memorial, $250; Sr. Maryclare and Sr. Stephanie Memorial, $500; Idaho Promise, $500 and LCSC Freshman, $250.
Natalie Arnzen-University of Idaho Robert Lee Promise, $500 per year; UI Idaho Academic, $700 per year.
Senior members of the band played a jazz number.Brittny Behler-Idaho County Fair Royalty, $300.
Dawn Bower-Jacob Riener Memorial, $500.
Lindsey Crea-UI Robert Lee Promise, $500; UI Idaho Academic, $900.
Sean Daly-Cliff Holthaus Memorial, $200; PEA Debbie Fowlds Memorial, $200.
Bridget Enneking-Idaho County Fair Royalty, $400.
Mat Forsmann-Jacob Riener Memorial, $500.
Sam Forsmann-Citizenship Award, which includes Cottonwood Lions Club $250 scholarship.
Sarah Forsmann-Idaho County Fair Royalty, $300; Arizona State University, $1500.
Amber Geis-David Klapprich Memorial, $75; Prairie High School Rodeo Team, $100; Lewis Clark State Preview Day, $500; Primeland Cooperatives, $500; PEA Debbie Fowlds Memorial, $200; Inland Title, $500; Carl Gibbs Memorial, $100.
Lisa Goeckner-Boise State University Robert Lee Promise, $500; BSU Americorps Scholarship, $2362.
Ashley Jackson-Lewis-Clark State College, $250; Idaho Promis, $500.Grads toss their mortarboards at the end of the ceremony.
Adeline Lustig-Burt Lute Memorial, $200; Northwest Dairy Assoc., $1000; UI: Honors Scholarship, $1500; Biological Sciences undergrad $1000; Robert Lee Promise, $500; UI Leadership, $1000; UI Achievement, $1000; Idaho Farm Bureau, $500; University of Dallas: UD Award $5400 renewable and UD Scholar Award $12,000 renewable; Cottey College: Mary K. Sunderline $5000 renewable; P.E.O. State Scholarship, $6,000 renewable.
Logan Lustig-Prairie Vocational, $400 (sponsored by Funkeís Custom Cabinets, Arnzen Building Construction, H & R Diesel, Hometown Auto & Ag, Fredís Body Shop and Truck and Auto Paint Shoppe.)
C.J. Rieman-UI Robert Lee Promise, $250/semester; Ron Wemhoff Memorial, $1000; Jacob Riener Memorial, $500.
Ashley Schaeffer, Cliff Holthaus Memorial, $200; Idaho Trapshooting Hall of Fame, $500; LCSC Presidential and Idaho Promise.
Ashley Schultz-BSU Robert Lee Promise; Central Idaho Association of Office Professionals, $250; Americorps Education Award, $2362.
Chris Schumacher-UI Robert Lee Promise, $500; Dave Klapprich Memorial, $75; Cliff Holthaus Memorial, $200.
Dani Terhaar- BSU Robert Lee Promise, $500; Americorps Education Award, $2362; Idaho Drug Free Youth, $250; Primeland Cooperatives, $500; John Kernan Memorial (Knights of Columbus Scholarship), $340; Citizenship Award w/Lions Club Scholarship, $250.
Adeline Lustig, Valedictorian
Steve Wilson, commencement speaker
Dani Terhaar, co-salutatorian
Ashley Schaeffer, co-salutatorian
Lindsey Crea and Natalie Arnzen march in.
A grad gets a hug from a well-wisher.
More hugs.
Even more hugs.

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