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N.K. residents on honor rolls, graduation list

BELLINGHAM — Seven North Kitsap residents made the winter quarter honor roll at Western Washington University.

In addition, seven North Kitsap residents graduated during the winter quarter.

Honor roll:
- Emmanuelle Convy of  Kingston, 4.00.
- Emily Anne Zach of  Kingston, 4.00.
- Nicole Barbara Bazar of Poulsbo, 4.00.
- Crista Marie Dougherty of Poulsbo, 4.00.
- Haley Morgan Fidler of Poulsbo, Honor Roll.
- Alisse Marie Gonzales of Poulsbo, 4.00.
- Marina Catherine Philip of Poulsbo, Honor Roll.

Winter quarter graduates:
- Alycia R. Bazar of Poulsbo, BA, Business Administration.
- Hilary Lynn Groh of Poulsbo, BA, Recreation.
- Dustin Stuart Heins of Poulsbo, BS, Physics.
- Shane Daniel Loomis of Poulsbo, BA, Business Administration.
- Hannah Rose McCabe of Poulsbo, BA, Recreation.
- Spencer Morgan Mister of Poulsbo, BA, Psychology.
- Jared John Wartman of Poulsbo, BA, Recreation.

Tobin graduates from Charleston Southern
U. CHARLESTON, S.C. — Ashley Nichole Tobin of Poulsbo has graduated from Charleston Southern University with a bachelor of science degree in criminal justice and psychology.

The commencement ceremony took place May 5 at the North Charleston Coliseum, where 412 undergraduates and 166 graduate students received their diplomas.

U.S. Rep. Tim Scott, R-S.C., was the guest speaker. He was awarded an honorary doctorate of public service. He graduated from Charleston Southern in 1988 with a degree in political science.

Harvey makes honor roll at Rocky Mountain College
BILLINGS, Mont. — Lydia Harvey of Poulsbo was named to the spring semester Dean’s Honor List at Rocky Mountain College.

Founded in 1878, Rocky Mountain College is Montana’s oldest institution of higher learning. Forbes Magazine ranked it as the top college in Montana.

 

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