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The 2008-09 Central Kitsap Junior High School Cheer Squad (top row, from left) coach Shauna Terreault, Christina Dankenbring, Jessica Williams, Hanna Bryan, Brittany Gooding, Alexis Weisbarth, Taylor Shapley, McKenzie Carpenter and coach Ricki Terreault. (Second row, from left) Hannah Pak, Cat Felts, Sarah Friedman, Sarah Pak and Destini Spann. (Front row, from left) Lauren of the National Cheerleading Association, Ashlyn McKinney and Taryn Powers. - Courtesy photo
The 2008-09 Central Kitsap Junior High School Cheer Squad (top row, from left) coach Shauna Terreault, Christina Dankenbring, Jessica Williams, Hanna Bryan, Brittany Gooding, Alexis Weisbarth, Taylor Shapley, McKenzie Carpenter and coach Ricki Terreault. (Second row, from left) Hannah Pak, Cat Felts, Sarah Friedman, Sarah Pak and Destini Spann. (Front row, from left) Lauren of the National Cheerleading Association, Ashlyn McKinney and Taryn Powers.
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BIRTHS AT HARRISON MEDICAL CENTER

Monday, June 30

A boy to Lovelyn Sanchez and Kyle Moore of Port Orchard.

Thursday, July 3

A boy to Nicole and Anthony Martinez of Bremerton.

A boy to Tasha and David Wells of Bremerton.

Friday, July 4

A girl to Amie Lacher of Silverdale.

Monday, July 7

A girl to Kathleen and Eric Gendeau of Silverdale.

BIRTHS AT NAVAL HOSPITAL BREMERTON

Saturday, July 5

A boy to Brandi and Christopher Morgan of Bremerton.

Sunday, July 6

A boy to Natasha Brux and Nathan Freytag of Silverdale.

Monday, July 7

A boy to Angela and Eduardo Hurtado of Silverdale.

Tuesday, July 8

A boy to Molly and Jeffrey Martin of Bremerton.

Wednesday, July 9

A boy to Tiffiny Dykes and Brian Smith of Bremerton.

A girl to Sirena and Nathan McKinley of Port Ludlow.

Thursday, July 10

A girl to Erica and William Rankin of Silverdale.

Friday, July 11

A boy to Alexandra Castillo and Beau Portillo of Bremerton.

Saturday, July 12

A boy to Anna and Brian Lawler of Port Orchard.

Sunday, July 13

A girl to Angelica and Jonathan Heck of Bremerton.

CHEER CAMP

The Central Kitsap Junior High School Squad really showed their team spirit at the 2008 National Cheerleading Association (NCA) Cheer Camp at Western Washington University. They not only won the NCA Spirit Trophy (which is voted on by all teams at camp), but they received the HERKIE T.E.A.M. Trophy which is awarded to the one squad that shows true team spirit, unity and leadership throughout the week. Besides winning the spirit stick every day they were there, they won a bid to Nationals, superior ribbons in both events and a Technical Excellence award for “motions.”

With the HERKIE award, they received invitations to perform at the 2008 Thanksgiving in Paradise in Hawaii and the 2009 Fed Ex Orange Bowl.

SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED

BELLINGHAM – Western Washington University student Dylan Mangini, son of Dino Mangini of Olympia and Denise Gargano of Silverdale, received a $1,000 president’s scholarship for the 2008-09 academic year.

President’s scholarships are awarded to approximately the top 8 to 10 percent of incoming freshmen and transfer students, and are based on superior academic achievement.

Mangini, an incoming freshman, earned a 3.9 grade point average at Olympic High School, and is interested in becoming an art major. Mangini is a former honor roll member and Bremerton Parks and Recreation employee and volunteer. He hopes to become a professional artist after graduating from Western.

MOSCOW, Idaho — The following students were awarded scholarships from the University of Idaho.

Silverdale — Alan Cook, Andrew Ginnetti, Briana Brenner, Kharissa Mason, Nicole White, Paige Orwin, Todd Richard and Eric Schoenberg. Seabeck — Kane Williams, Katlyn Sackett and Sharon Cox.

Bremerton — Andrew Dibble, Camden Kolb, Christian Hoover, Eric Hedstrom, Joel Trudel, Nicole Collins, Scott Burn and Sean Finucan.

HONOR ROLL

CORVALLIS, Ore. — James White, of Silverdale, a junior majoring in pre-radiation health physics, was recently named to the honor roll at Oregon State University. To be named, students must earn a grade point average of 3.5 or better.

TUTOR AWARD

McMINNVILLE, Ore. — Lacy Smith, of Silverdale, a senior at Linfield College, was recently presented with the Learning Support Services Outstanding Tutor award. She was selected by the students served, nearly 300 this year. Smith, a calculus tutor, received the most nominations.

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