School notes for April 5, 2016

Locals earn degrees from WSU

Several Camas and Washougal students have graduated from Washington State University.

Camas: James Eugene Antonov, Bachelor of Science in nursing, summa cum laude; Phillip Anthony Carbajal, Bachelor of Arts in humanities; Trevor M. Clarkson, B.S. in economic sciences, cum laude; David Douglas Cole, B.A. in business administration, cum laude; Dustin Alexander Davis, B.A. in humanities; Michael James Dyra, B.S. in civil engineering; Britteny Lynn Gilge, B.A. in education, summa cum laude; Curtis Scott Hyland, Master of Business Administration; Matthew Scott Jarrett, B.S. in civil engineering; Nam Hee Kim, M.B.A.; Kenneth David Marshall II, B.A. in digital technology and culture; Casey Joel Martschinske, B.A. in business administration; Ashley Marie Melton, B.A. in business administration; Anthony M. Montana, B.S. in psychology, cum laude; Evan Roland Moodie, B.A. in anthropology; Justin H. Natyzak, B.A. in social sciences; Laura Kristine Nielsen, B.A. in social sciences, magna cum laude; Megan Rose Ott, B.A. in business administration, magna cum laude; Dylan Christopher Stoller, B.A. in social sciences; Jesse Fu Wang, B.S. in psychology; Alexander Scott Wheelon, B.S. in mechanical engineering, cum laude; Daniel Mark Yakubovich, B.A. in business administration; Janetta Angel Yakubovich, B.A. in social sciences, magna cum laude; and Samantha Lea Anne Youngblood, B.A. in social sciences.

Washougal: Alex Dane Anderson, B.A. in business administration; Larisa Julia Antonov, B.A. in business administration, cum laude; Kendra Christensen, B.A. in Social Sciences, magna cum laude; Heather Rose Eldridge, B.A. in business administration; Douglas Jonathan Field, B.S. in mechanical engineering; Talia Kareen Goughnour, B.A. in humanities, summa cum laude; Jonathen Carter Kocker, M.B.A.; Tiffany Lynne Ladage, B.A. in business administration; Maureen U. Murphy, B.S. in , and Austin Taylor Pfeifer, B.A. in hospitality business management.

Herrera Beutler announces Congressional Art Competition

Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler’s 2016 art competition is open through Monday, April 18, to all Southwest Washington Third Congressional District high school students.

The winner will have his or her artwork displayed for one year in Washington, DC’s U.S. Capitol Building Corridor. The winner and a guest will also be flown to Washington D.C. to attend a ceremony.

Entries must be submitted electronically, via digital photo. The original art must be two-dimensional, framed, and no larger than 28 inches high, 28 inches wide and 4 inches deep.

For details, students and educators should call Herrera Beutler’s office at 695-6292. Find submission forms at: http://herrerabeutler.house.gov/assistingyou/artscompetition.htm.

SWCA offers scholarships

The Southwest Washington Contractors Association Foundation is accepting applications for its scholarship program through Friday, April 29.

The SWCA Foundation scholarship fund is donation-based and grows throughout the year. Applicants will be selected and awarded scholarships at a minimum amount of $500, based on academic performance, work and volunteer experience, extracurricular activities, letters of recommendation and a personal essay.

For more information and to download an application, visit www.swca.org/swca-foundation. For more information, contact darcy@swca.org or 694-7922.

Drug and alcohol free party for youth set

There will be a free party for all Clark County middle and high school students from 8 to 11 p.m. Friday, April 15 at the Marshall Community Center, 1009 E. Mcloughlin Blvd., Vancouver.

The drug and alcohol free event includes swimming, food, basketball, dancing, video games, table games, volleyball and prizes.

The party is sponsored by the Clark County Department of Community Services.

For more information, contact tiffany.schwieterman@clark.wa.gov or 397-2130, Ext. 5841.

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