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BIRTHS AT HARRISON MEDICAL CENTER
Friday, May 30
A girl to Lauren Kennedy and Logan Davis of Poulsbo.
Monday, June 2
A girl to Christina Owens and Ian Dagsaan of Bremerton.
Tuesday, June 3
A girl to Desiree and Esmeraldo Olmo of Bremerton.
Wednesday, June 4
A girl to Donna and Brock Banks of Bremerton.
BIRTHS AT NAVAL HOSPITAL BREMERTON
Monday, June 2
A boy to Rebecca and Dustin Serrick of Silverdale.
Tuesday, June 3
A boy to Josanna and Sean Ponsi of Bremerton.
A girl to Michelle and Bret Shanks of Bremerton.
A boy to Krystelle and Bryan Syster of Silverdale.
A girl to Micah and Thomas Woodley of Silverdale.
Thursday, June 5
A boy to Jodie and Eric DeGroot of Seabeck.
Saturday, June 7
A boy to Janelle and Erik Davis of Bremerton.
SEATTLE — The following students will graduate this month from the University of Washington.
Seabeck — Lindsay Clark, history; Christopher Cote, history; Jessica Davis, business administration (marketing); Sarah Gombos, anthropology, Windy Noy, art history, Kyan Reeve, community, environment and planning; and Logan Smith, business administration (accounting).
Bremerton — Dominic Acala, psychology; Colleen Allen, business administration (management); Sherri Berdine, sociology; Joseph Berentsen, linguistics; Ryan Bergan, computing and software systems; Jamie Bernhard, biology: general; Allison Burke, psychology; Robert Campisi, economics; Caroline Cates, drama and law, societies, and justice; Katherine Chu, psychology; Danielle Cronin, geography; Rosalie Cruz, anthropology; Zachary Curry, economics; Chan Doble, Japanese, international studies: Asia; Seth Drebick, electrical engineering; Kevin Eckert, chemistry: acs certified; Morgan Emm, interdisciplinary arts and sciences; Andrew Engelhard, political science; Janet English, drama; Brett Fairall, English; Taryn Feenstra, business administration (human resource management); Joshua Ferguson, interdisciplinary arts and sciences; Brett Fuller, civil engineering; Cameron Gaskill, biology: physiology; Levi Gonzalez-Gentles, history; April Greeson, drama, English; Jesse Griebel, community, environment and planning; Dustin Hawkins, mechanical engineering; Kristen Herr, geography; Rebekka Herr, communication; Kathryn Hightower, dance; Andrew Hill, business administration (information systems), psychology; Krista Holloway, business administration (accounting); Tamson Ing, near eastern studies: language and civilization; Justin Jacobson, Japanese; Allison Jager, business administration (finance); Lorenzo Jarin, speech and hearing science: communication disorders; Kashanna Jones, biology: cell and molecular biology; Ryan Josal, applied and computational math sciences; Kimberly King, political science; Steven King, mechanical engineering; Kipp Krause, physics; Lacaille Lee, general studies; Kirsten L’Heureux, general studies; Kerstan Lindsay, business administration; Roland Liscano, political science; Myra MacApinlac, biology, sociology; Josh Mathisen, business administration (accounting); Amy McDonald, business administration (marketing); Stephen Meriwether, English; Nancy Murphy, nursing; Justin Neste, biology: ecology and evolution; Bradley Ohman, electrical engineering; Daniel Olson, communication; Cheryl Ondracek, interdisciplinary arts and sciences; Aaron Otheim, music (jazz studies); David Plessas, physics; Celeste Robertson, business administration (finance); Nicole Roel, psychology; John Saringo, geography; Arla Shephard, comparative literature, French; Ashley Stotts, interdisciplinary arts and sciences; Tyne Tennyson, social welfare; Russell Thayer, economics; Donald Thompson, mechanical engineering; Quan Tran, biology: physiology; Rhonda Trevino, interdisciplinary arts and sciences; Jenna Trotter, English; Ryan Whiteley, computer engineering; Heidi Williams, anthropology, English; Travis Wilson, computer science, linguistics; Katiemarie Pepper Wing, political science, English; Adam Yudiskas, English; and Pamela Zavecz, business administration (accounting), Spanish.
CORVALLIS, Ore. — The following students will graduate this month from Oregon State University.
Silverdale — David Karo, mechanical engineering; and Aaron Wangberg, doctor of philosophy, mathematics.
Bremerton — Kate Faulkner, zoology.
DILLON, Mont. — Desiree Casey of Bremerton was named to the dean’s list at the University of Montana Western for spring semester. Students must be enrolled full-time or for 12 semester credits and have a minimum of a 3.33 grade point average (GPA) to be named to the dean’s list.
PRESIDENT’S HONOR ROLL
PULLMAN — The following students were named to Washington State University’s President’s Honor Roll for spring semester. To be eligible, a full-time student must earn a 3.75 GPA for the semester or have maintained a 3.5 cumulative GPA.
Silverdale — Stephen Braun, Young Cho, Ernest Dadia, Jessica Hendricks, Monica Hunsaker, John Larosa, Kyle Mabe, Mindy Nelson, Samuel Newell, Jared Reams, Carlye Rice, Lucas Romas, Dean Schoenberg, Ricki Terreault, Eric Thyren, Chelsea Young and Jenny Zylstra.
Seabeck — Emily Cox, Sara Crumb, Diana Machinski, Laurie Rahl, Johnathan Rarig, Kyle Ryan, Kristin Schimert and Joel Sheppard.
Bremerton — Cari Burnham, Jacob Burnham, Paige Burnham, Angela Burns, Celena Canode, Kelly Cronin, Janna Davis, Angela Gallip, Karen Goetz, Lauren Goss, Kevin Green, Kimberly Hansen, Rachel Harvey, Angela Hosking, Morgan Huff, Kathryn Jewett, Christopher Johnson, Hanna Maeng, Casey Marett, Joseph Massey, Kristin Nelson, Kristofor Nyquist, Carmel Palmer, Benjamin Petroski, Iliana Petrova, Aaron Prescott, Dominique Ragains, Donald Richard, Sharleen Riddle, James Ryan, Mia Swartwood and Lindsay Werdall.
The Tracyton Community Library will host its summer reading program for children of all ages again this year. The theme is “Be a bookworm”. The kickoff party and puppet show is at 3 p.m. Thursday, June 19 at the library, located at 351 NW Tracy Ave. Participants will receive a free book when 10 books are read. An ice cream party is scheduled for August to celebrate everyone’s success. For more information, call (360) 377-3571.