Class earns over $150,000 in scholarships
The Prairie High School class of 2011 has earned scholarships with a potential worth of more than $150,000.
The breakdown of scholarships the school is aware by student is as follows:
Randy Becker: Forever Free, $200
Kyle Bruegeman: Carl Gibbs Memorial, $100
Meaghan Bruner: Cliff Holthaus Memorial, $200; Cougar Academic Award, $9,000 renewable; Idaho School Boards Association, $400.
Betty Clark: Elsie Kinzer Memorial, $200.
Dani Cochran: UI Freshman Access, $1,500 renewable; Robert R. Lee Promise, $400; Marine Corps Foundation, $5,000.
Kendra Dinning: Idaho Promise, $400; LCSC Provost, $500; LCSC Counselor Leadership, $250
Shelby Duman: Citizenship Award which includes Cottonwood Lions Club scholarship of $150; Idaho Promise $400; LCSC Provost, $500.
Alison Goldmeer: John Kernan Memorial, $340.
Seth Guyer: Sr. Maryclare and Sr. Stephanie, $500; Prairie Education Association, $150; Cliff Holthaus Memorial, $200; Cougar Academic Award, $9,000 renewable.
Brock Heath: Idaho Governorís Challenge, $3000 renewable; Thomas Nau Memorial, $500; Citizenship Award which includes Cottonwood Lions Club scholarship of $150; Soroptimist, $500; Forever Free Drug Free, $200; Maurice Shinn Memorial, $250; Inland Title Company, $500.
David Johnson: Idaho Promise, $400; LCSC Provost, $500.
Kayla Johnson: Travis Uhlenkott Memorial, $500; Prairie Faith Foundation, $250; LCSC Freshman, $500; Idaho Promise, $400; LCSC Presidential, $1000.
Mitchel Jungert: LCSC Logan Lustig Memorial, $500; Logan Lustig Annual Scholarship, $500; Prairie Industrial Technology, $200.
Michael Karel: Prairie Education Association, $150; Prairie Faith Foundation, $250; UI Academic Achievement, $2,500 renewable; UI Alumni Association, $100; UI Freshman Access, $1,000 renewable.
Beau Schlader: Bert Lute Memorial, $200; Idaho Promise, $400; LCSC Provost, $500; Cliff Holthaus Memorial, $200.
Devin Schmidt: Jacob Riener Memorial, $300; Idaho Promise, $400; LCSC Provost, $500.
Sheri Schumacher: Prairie Faith Foundation, $250; Forever Free, $200.
Cassandra Temes: Ron Wemhoff Memorial, $1,000.
D.J. Walker: UI Academic Achievement, $2,500 renewable; UI Freshman Access, $1,000 renewable; Robert R. Lee Promis, $400.
Silas Whitley: Prairie Education Association, $150; UI Academic Achievement, $2,500 renewable; UI Alumni Association, $100; UI Freshman Access, $1,000 renewable; Robert R. Lee Promise, $400; Forever Free, $200.
Garrett Workman: Robert R. Lee Promise, $400; Forever Free, $200; Cliff Holthaus Memorial, $200.
Salutatorian Seth Guyer and Valedictorian Silas Whitley lead in the class of 2011.
Brock Heath and Meaghan Bruner, who were named King and Queen of Sports a couple days earlier, march in the Processional.
Silas Whitley gives the valedictory address.
Seth Guyer gives the salutatory address.
Teel Bruner was the commencement speaker.
Brock Heath did the introduction for Teel Bruner and he took great advantage of his opportunity at the microphone.
The mortarboards go flying as graduation ceremonies were completed
Kylee Simmons, the John Phillip Sousa winner for the PHS band this year, did a saxophone sole.
Betty Clark receives a hug from a well-wisher after graduation.
Kayla Johnson gets a hug from Kris Nida.
Patty Hinkelman gives Seth Guyer a hug after graduation.
A grad gets a congratulatory hug. We think it's Kayla Johnson.
Shelby Duman receives congratulations from Taylor Heitman while Beka Bruner gives her sister Meaghan a congratulatory hug.

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