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A team from Susquehanna Community High School was recognized by Prudential Financial for its stock picking expertise in the 2002-03 Stock Market Game competition conducted by University of Scranton Center for Economic Education.
The Stock Market Game is a ten-week simulation during which students from three grade categories (4-6, 7-8, 9-12) invest an imaginary $100,000 by buying stocks listed on the major securities exchanges (New York, American and NASDAQ). Students who compete in the game learn how financial markets operate and hone their mathematics and decision making skills. Separate ten-week competitions are held in the fall and spring. Team rankings are based on final portfolio values.
Pictured (l-r) is the Susquehanna Community first place Stock Market Game team: Mike Williamson (vice president, Prudential Financial), Amanda Fallon, Jason Zawisky, Joe Barnes, Nick Coleman, Richard Mazikewich (teacher).
The University of Scranton is one of eleven colleges and universities in the state that host Centers for Economic Education, each of which conducts its own Stock Market Game competition.
Teams that finished first, second and third in their grade categories (fall and spring) from the area served by the University of Scranton Center and Susquehanna University were recognized at a recent awards ceremony. The Susquehanna Community team finished first in the spring competition at the 9-12 grade level in the Susquehanna University region. Its final portfolio was worth more than $190,185 among the highest totals in the state at any grade level.
What bird comes to mind when you think of Thanksgiving? Thats right, the turkey! Instead of making plans to cook this fine fowl, the first grade students at Blue Ridge Elementary School constructed a turkey out of McDonalds super-size French fry containers, as part of a thematic unit on Thanksgiving. Please visit their projects from Mrs. Buttons, Mrs. Reeses, Mrs. Revies, and Mrs. Skals First Grade Classes at the Hallstead McDonalds. The Blue Ridge First Grade would like to extend a big thank you to McDonalds for giving them French fry containers and coupons. Pictured above, Blue Ridge Elementary first graders delight in displaying their super-size turkeys.
Mrs. Alice M. Davis is proud to announce the following 2003-2004 VICA Officers at the Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center pictured (l-r): Nicole Chambers president, Gavin Chilson vice president, Nikki Traver reporter, Alan J. Trible secretary, Kelley McCarthy treasurer, and Nathan Dull parliamentarian.
Honoring the 2003-04 Key Club members was the purpose of the Elk Lake Key Club Recognition Night on Tuesday, October 28. Advisor Josie Coddington began the evening by giving a brief history of how Key Club started at Elk Lake and an overview of the projects they participate in. Charter Elk Lake Key Club President Katina Aukema Brown was on hand to congratulate this years officers.
A power point presentation was prepared by Elk Lake Junior Heather Shadduck showing Key Club community and school projects. A special presentation was given by Kindergarten teacher Louise Hicks concerning the Adopt-A-Classroom project, which may Key Clubbers participate in. Mrs. Hicks explained how each member adds a special touch to the children in the Elk Lake elementary.
Speakers for the evening were: Tom Kerr, Division 15 Lieutenant Governor; Christine Van Fleet, Key Club Division Coordinator; William Bush, Elk Lake Superintendent; Jean Swire, Elk Lake School Board Director; and Sharon Norville, Montrose Area Kiwanis President. Each stated that these 77 Key Club members are our future and we should be very proud of what they have and will accomplish. Parents were also saluted for their support of the Key Club members.
Proud moments were shared by all in attendance as the members were presented with pins and bars for their years of membership.
Montrose Area Kiwanis are proud sponsors of the Montrose and Elk Lake High School Key Clubs.
Following is a list of the Elk Lake 2003-04 Key Club members.
First year: Brianna Bennett, Karissa Birtch, Tom Blaisure, Saria Brewer, Ross Cameron, Nicki Canfield, Willow Chance, Molly Copeland, Malinda Daniels, Ashley Fariole, Brittany Faux, Trisha Furman, Jasmine Goodman, Zach Jones, Candace Kelley, Stefania Kloda, Brenda Miszler, Kyle Oakley, Michelle Pellew, Natalie Posten, Chris Rezykowski, George Rinker, P. J. Schuler, Nicole Shatinsky, Amanda Shingler, Brooke Shingler, Erin Smurkowski, Julianne Spadine, Dorothy Strain, Kyle Teed, Jessica Wells, Virginia Wilmarth, Brandon Wilson, Josh Wood.
Second year: Kala Brown, Jessica Douglas, Brent Dyson, Amanda Hollister, Chris Jayne, Cory Jayne, Richie Nasser, Kara OMalley, Lacey Payne, Samantha Post, Shealynn Rogers, Danielle Spadine, Tia Terebieniec, Alan Trible, Monica Turner, Lacey Wells.
Third year: Ashley Benninger, Aubrey Chance, Amanda Curry, Brenna Domasiewicz, Tara Dymond, Josh Gesford, Mindy Harvey, Eric Hiltwine, Bobby Holley, Brittany Hollister, Alyssa Jones, Joanna Kelley, Valerie Kissel, Travis Laudeman, Jen McMicken, Kristen Oakley, Kristen Ramey, Rebecca Rayias, Trisha Reimiller, MaKaya Russick, Heather Shadduck, Kara Talcott, Cindy Yanchick.
Fourth year: Courtney Grieve, Erin Karpich, Doris Martin, Lindsay Ruark, Krystal Stephens.
Following is the first marking period Honor Roll for the 2003-2004 school year at Mountain View Elementary School.
GRADE 4: Sabryna Alley, Tess Berish, Jeffrey Bishop, Jacob Black, Sarah Bowman, Aaron Chidester, Marissa Christina, Katherine Cure, Allison Davis, Dalton DeMorrow. Tabitha Drum, Ryan Falkenberg, Catie Farnelli, Maria Garavuso, Michaela Gates, Brian Goble, Kyle Heller, James Holdridge, Dominique Horrocks, Joseph Jarrow, Jesse Johnson, Ashley Jones, David Kern, Angelica Kester, Nina Knorr, Jennifer Kochmer, Megan Kress, Mercedes Kromko, Cassandra Kudzinowski, Ryan Lahnemann, Alexis Lewis, Elizabeth Lockwood, Jeffrey McAndrew, James McGovern, Jr., Melinda Miller, Nathan Moyer, Elissa Muller, Jordan Noldy, Bradley Owens, Kelly Purdy, Jeff Smalley, Gary Smith, Devon Suhadolnik, Alixandria Taylor, Devon Tonkin, John Valentine, Michael Wakalowski, Melissa Walker, Nathan Wnuk.
GRADE 5: Greg Adams, Thor Banks, Barbara Bennett, Alaney Berish, Taylor Brainard, Diandra Bucksbee, Dustin Compton, Ashley Conklin, Adam Conklin, Brianna Costigan, Paul Fontana, Lindsey Harvey, Chris Herman, Carly Jesse, James Johnson, Megan Karhnak, Bethany Kavka, Samantha Knowlton, Michael Koegh, Jessica Lotterman, Alexandria Lynn, Logan Mack, Julia Madas, Andrea Mason, Michael Mikloiche, Brian Miller, Allen Phelps, Christopher Powers, Michael Purdy, Brittany Ressequie, Cody Robbins, Nathan Robbins, Kristen Shuster, Mary Skurnowicz, Joey Valentine, Mary Walker, Karsten Wallis, Ryan Walsh, Robert Weiler, Kalena Williams, Olivia Zick.
GRADE 6: Alena Beeman, Mark Bevacqua, Jessica Bodt, Rachel Christian, Adam Christina, Diane Congdon, Mia Daniels, Brian Davis, Kristina Fallon, Ravi Figgles, Miranda Fisher, Duane Galambos, Sara Garavuso, Hannah Gow, Amanda Grecco, Jamie Greene, Stephanie Grushinski, Colin Hadnagy Rosene, Erin Harvey, Kelli Hughes, Luke Jenkins, Codie Jones, Jackie Kochmer, Haley Kwiatkowski, Cody Landes, Michael LoSapio, Jon McBride, Mark Miller, Kelly Morgan, Brandon Noldy, Robert Novak, Kimberly Priest, Amanda Roberts, Jeffrey Salak, John Salinkas, Lea Tantanelli, Seth Tiffany, Kate Webster, James Wescott, Sean Whitaker, Kelsey Whitaker, Kyle Wilkins, Eli Wilson.
Following is the Mountain View High School first marking period Honor Roll of the 2003-04 school year.
GRADE 7: Elaine Arsenault, Benjimin Baker, Shawnna Benedict, Darlene Bloxham, Calla Bufford, Jamie Buzzerd, Justin Cerra, Michael Conklin, David Corbin, Ethan Demi, Bryce Edwards, Alicia Felton, Timothy Harmer, Jordan Harvey, Joseph Harvey, Trenten Hewes, Shannon Hunter, Misty Karhnak, Richard Keogh, Briana Kozlowski, David Krizauskas, Michelle Lahnemann, Alexandra Laske, Erika Lewis, Derick Liples, Macy Mathews, Daisy Matulevich, Brittany McGraw, Chase McLaud, William Merritt, Brandon Miller, Victoria Novajosky, Michael Oakley, William Owens, Alexander Pashchuk, Stephanie Peterka, Felicia Prehn, Kenneth Robbins, Brian Robinson, Amanda Schmidt, Jessica Short, Suzanne Skurnowicz, Donald Tantanella, Shelbey Twining, Ashly Vieira, Eileen Walker, Jacqueline Wayman, Stewart Wenhold IV, Mariah White.
GRADE 8: Alecia Beeman, Maura Bocan, Allison Bodt, Anna Chichura, Krystal Chubirka, Sierra Daniels, Dale Faux, Nicole Feduchak, Benjamin Garrison, Carly Gaughan, Kelly Griffin, Joshua Harris, Joshua Jarnagin, Amy Kern, Emily Klees, Mattie Kupinski, Patrick Lambert, Brian Lockwood, Dustin Mack, Amanda Makosky, Christie Marcho, Zachary Matulevich, Matthew Morgan, Justin Moser, Wade Nordahl, Brooke Peterka, Justine Pevec, Matthew Powers, Kelly Rafferty, Kendra Rafferty, Nicole Rhodes, Megan Shipsky, Marc Taylor, Zach Vanderburg, Justina Wadge, AíLeia Weida, Christina Zick.
GRADE 9: Sarah Bishop, Cody Chrzan, Ashley Compton, John Corbin, Kyle Davidson, Gregory Dmohoski, Leslie Estabrook, David Evans, Julio Faramelli, Diipali Figgles, Meghan Gardoski, Derek Gelormini, Melinda Gentelia, Steven Gillman, Joshua Hancock, Kenneth Jesse, Robert Johnson, Joshua Madas, Chelsea Marcho, Jaclyn McCawley, Julie Novak, Adam Oakley, Jeffrey Oakley, Matthew Potter, Travis Rippy, Hilary Shinn, Mandy Sona, Nicholas Stoud, Whitney Twining.
GRADE 10: Tegan Aherne, Donald Belcher, Jonathan Bennett, Timothy Bennett, Sierra Buck, Corey Butler, Jacqueline Buzzerd, Robin Cobb, Andrew Conrad, Nicole Conrad, Ashley DelGuercio, Jenna Fancher, Leon Feduchak, Elizabeth Ficken, Kerri Green, Colleen Griffin, Brandon Henneforth, Luke Kavka, April Kern, Margaret Klees, Ashley Krizauskas, Darek Ladden, Autumn Laske, Shaynna Mack, Amanda Marcy, Bethany Martens, Jody Molenko, Stacy Jo Morrison, Alicia Oakley, Richard Oakley, Luke Parraga, Rebecca Phelps, Beatty Price, Jenna Regan, Jessica Rudock, Jessica Speth, Dominic Wayman, Brittany Wilkins, Kara Winder.
GRADE 11: Daniel Arthur, Chad Batzel, Dawn Belcher, Jared Bradley, Amanda Breese, Crystal Butcher, Sarah Button, Bradley Chidester, Catherine Christensen, Nicholas Cicco, Sarah Daniels, Amanda Drum, Amanda Estabrook, Christine Estabrook, Christopher Ford, Marissa Franchak, Sean Frankovsky, Matthew Georgetti, Ashley Gregory, Tiffany Holgate, Audrey Johnson, Douglas Jones, Stephen Kane, Marisa Kilmer, John Madas, Levi Matulevich, Brenton McHugh, Brandy Oakley, Kristin Olcese, Melinda Owens, Kyle Parsons, Beth Pelton, Aaron Peterka, Matthew Pfahl, Jason Robertson, Felisha Schaffer, Anne Stankevich, Spenser Stoud, Benjamin Vauter.
GRADE 12: Michelle Ainey, Keisha Alden, Brandon Bennett, Danielle Benson, Rachel Blood, Samantha Bode, Carrie Calabro, Melissa Clementoni, Elizabeth Cook, Holly Corbin, Sarah Corey, Suzanne Creps, CaseyAnn Decker, Erica Drake, Andrew Everett, Kyle Falkenberg, Lauren Farrett, Kelly Finan, Thomas Gardner, Emily Gelatt, Karen Kaye Go, Michael Hancock, Jeanette Harvey, Christian Hayes, Megan Henry, Megan Holleran, Kristen Kastawa, Megan Kelley, Amanda Kilmer, Adele Kryger, Brandi Luck, Emily McBride, Kristy Mellor, Lucas Mitchell, Michael Molenko, David Morales, Amy Pencek, Emily Resseguie, Cari Reynolds, Mark Schweppenheiser, Megan Shinn, Kristen Shipsky, Leah Simko, Alana Speth, Krystal Tigue, Neda Tuttle, Brandi Valentine, Erika Williams.
The following is a list of Susquehanna Community Elementary students who received a Reading Achievement Award for the first marking period of the 2003-04 school year. A student must maintain an A average (93-100) for the entire marking period in order to receive this award.
Mrs. Tingley - 1-1: Billy Cobb, Brianna Graves, Mikayla Hargett, Jonathan Hilling, Christian Miller, Billy Reddon, Olivia Rockwell, Allison Ryder, Rebecca Schiffer, Daniel Staros, Marty Swartz, Taryn Tross, Jacki Wheeler.
Mrs. Rowe 1-2: Nicole Barnes, Lucas Brinton, Shelby Brinton, Ivy Christensen, Katie Greene, Jerry Hallisey, Brendan Lamb, Tyler Petriello, Brad Sherman, Joshua Stumbo, Ashley Tomeo, Maximillian Webster, Samantha Yoskowitz.
Mrs. Davis 1-3: Kasey Burdick, Brianna Burlingame, Luke Falletta, Austin Felter, Ashley Fisk, Mykal Hilkert, Nicole Hines, Keith Hubal, Adam MacDonald, Derrick Olson, Anastasia Smith, Justin Stanford, Emily Stark.
Mrs. Fancher 1-4: Dakota Irwin, Dale Reid, Tiara Rokita, Shirlynne Wademan.
Mrs. Brieden LS-1: Justin Acone, Sean Branning, Sean Horsford, Sara Perry.
Mrs. Hilling 2-1: Nicholas Acosta, Jonathan Felter, Trevor Hampton, Lauren Marco, Brett Meixner, Micaela Rhone, Alexis Roe, Emily Staros, Michael Yi.
Mrs. Chervanka 2-2: Melvin Batson, Kaitlyn Bray, Richard Brower, Mashawna Hargett, Alyssa Jacobs, Richard (Sal) Pelicci, Brett Shelp, Brandon Soden.
Mrs. Houghton 2-3: Chelsea Ayres, Amber Dubanowitz, Steven Frye, Kaelin Payne, Sara Price, Victoria Trynoski.
Mrs. Mazikewich 2-4: Avery Sydney, John DeLaPlaine, Joseph DeLaPlaine, Nicholas Lloyd, Kyle MacDonald, Brieanne McCormick, Ashley Miller, Ciera Scepaniak, Howard Weibel, Mark Zappe.
Mrs. Burdick LS-2: James Ballard, Nathan Barber, Dylan Cohen, Richard Delaney, Kelly Gordon, Cheryl Hendrickson, Desirae Hansen, Brooke Morrison, Joseph Nusbaum, Adam Rhone, Cody Rockwell, Tyler St. Andrew, Brittany Swank, Nicholas Wilmot.
Mrs. Lubaszewski 3-1: Brett Archambault, Mitchell Corse, Michael Frye, Dylan Haynes, Tyler Hines, Rebecca Kelley, Caitlynn OíDell, Ryan Swanson, Ashley Sweeney, Andrzej Tomczyk.
Mrs. Stone 3-2: Melayna Amrein, Devin Breese, Justin Collemacine, Kyleigh Fiske, Britney Glover, Troy Maby, Callie Truex, Amberly Warner.
Mrs. Heath 3-3: Danielle Barnes, Derek Case, Daniel Cordner, Melissa Kukowski, Amanda Marco.
Mrs. Soden 3-4: Megan Canfield, Lindsey Glidden, Patricia Pauswinski, Austin Smith.
Mrs. Rockwell LS-3: Dominique Cina, Lucas Wentzell.
Mrs. Hinkley 4-1: Brandon Deakin, Stephanie Skurski.
Mrs. Fuller 4-2: Jeffrey Wayman, Brian Yi.
Mrs. Stanley 4-3: Courtney Arthur, Ashley Elliott, Heather Gordon.
Mrs. Homer 4-4: Andrew Burdick, Matthew Hilling, Morgan Ofsharick.
Mrs. Dubas LS-4: Danielle Conklin.
Mr. Hall 5-1: Nicholas Marco, Theresa Whitehead.
Mrs. Conklin 5-2: Sean Leonard, Sarah Parsons, Ryan Rosenthal, Derek Williams, Shane Wolf.
Mr. Presley 5-3: Kyle Napolitano, Nicholas Vales.
Mrs. Steele 5-4: Kelsey Carmody, Susan Greene, Robert Skiba.
Mrs. Loscig LS-5: Gary Hornish, Jesse Redington.
Mr. Rezykowski 6-1: Kelly Conklin, Nicholas Felter, Shawn Norton, Jami Towner.
Mr. Escandel 6-2: Thomas Kelly, Jr.
Mrs. Dooley 6-3: Kyla Kemmerer.
Mrs. Glidden 6-4: Maria Elena Canzoneri, Maggie Lawrenson.
Elizabeth Adamec, a student at Lafayette College is a participant in the Semester at Sea program. Semester at Sea, administered by the Institute for Shipboard Education and academically sponsored by the University of Pittsburgh, is a global study-abroad program that takes students to nine countries, around the world in a 100-day semester.
This semesters voyage began in Vancouver, BC on August 27, when 580 undergraduate students, representing 240 colleges and universities boarded their floating campus, the S.S. Universe Explorer. They have visited Japan, China, Vietnam, Thailand, India, Tanzania and South Africa. They are currently sailing for Brazil and will also visit Cuba before returning to Ford Lauderdale on December 5.
Elizabeth is the daughter of Robert and Susan Adamec, New Milford.
Jaime Benson, Susquehanna, a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences at Syracuse University was recently inducted into the University's chapter of Golden Key National Honor Society.
Golden Key National Honor Society recognizes and encourages commitment to academic excellence. Membership is by invitation only; students must have a grade point average of at least 3.3 (on a 4.0 scale) and rank in the top 15 percent of the junior or senior class. Golden Key is a prestigious, interdisciplinary organization recognized by major corporations and graduate programs around the country.
The Luzerne County College Department of Nursing has received a Nursing Education Grant from the Pennsylvania Higher Education Foundation for the 2003 and 2004 academic years.
The grant will be used to provide tuition reimbursement to students in the Northern Tier who are accepted into the LCCC nursing program at the colleges Elk Lake campus.
Prospective students must take the Nurse Entrance Test (NET) and have completed all admission requirements by December 31 to be eligible for admission to the fall 2004 class at the Elk Lake campus.
Anyone interested in obtaining information about the LCCC nursing program, may contact the colleges nursing department at 7400463 or (800) 377-LCCC, extension 470 or 463.
Selinsgrove, PA Katie Hawley, of Montrose, PA, was one of more than 285 students honored at the annual Susquehanna University Scholars Dinner, held October 24. She is a junior accounting major at Susquehanna.
The dinner was held to recognize and congratulate Susquehannas most successful student scholars. In order to be named a University Scholar, students must have earned a cumulative grade point average of 3.6 in full-time study for the past two semesters, or equivalent credit hours of part-time study.
Katie, a 2001 graduate of Montrose Area High School, is the daughter of James and Penny Hawley.
Mrs. Alice M. Davis, Vocational Director of the Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center, is proud to announce the SCCTC Honor Roll list for the first marking period of the 2003-04 school year.
Rhonda Arnold, Stephanie Benedict, Shelley Benson, Heather Boltz, Natasha Burton, Kimberly Carey, Nicole Chambers, Amber Darling, Roberta Donahue, Angie Edwards, Abbi Gibbs, Stephanie Graves, Amanda Herman, Tanya Herman, Aaron Hitchcock, Erin Karpich, Jared Kloda, Helen LaVelle, Tanya Manzer, Jodi Mead, Tiffany Mitchell, Ashley Mower, Diann Nogick, LeAnna Parker, Samantha Peck, Brenda Rozell, Samantha Sebjan, Stacey Singer, Kristina Smith, Heather Stewart, Erick Stone, Crystal Swartzfager, Kathleen Talcott, Brooke Thomas, Jessica Vanderpool, Katrina Walsh, Lisa Welsch, Traci Zacharias.
Michael Bisch, Stephanie Branning, Jessica Bunnell, Angie Campbell, Arnold Carey, Joyce Carey, Gavin Chilson, Amber Clapper, Kenneth Coleman, Heather Deacon, Mike Donato, Megin Durling, Anthony Fuller, Sean Fuller, Brandon Griffiths, Dylan Griffiths, John Guay, Kristina Gunn, Jessica Hannigan, Benajamin Hobart, Justin Hopkins, Daniel Hunsinger, Jeff Ivanitch, Amber Jesse, Tim Kelly, Danielle Kishbaugh, Mae-Rene Krayeski, Kristen Marshall, Matthew Marshall, Roy Marvin, Henry Mast, Michael Mayhew, Bryane McCarey, Kelley McCarthy, Andrew Miner, Amanda Mower, Jesse Naylor, Linda Neer, Kristi Newhart, Katie Overfield, Corissa Paccio, Daniel Puzo, Jennifer Ransom, Trisha Reimiller, Cassandra Roth, Ashley Rundell-Whipple, Breanna Sechrist, Andrew Sible, Jennifer Singer, Matthew Skiba, Brian Slofkosky, Ashley Smith, Jeremiah Smith, Tasha Smith, Erik Tallada, Jason Titus, Thomas Vosburg, Jamie Warner, Jaimy Watson, Tammy Weaver.
Selinsgrove, PA Stacy Lyons, of Susquehanna, PA, has been voted a sophomore class senator of the Student Government Association (SGA) by the Susquehanna University student body. She will hold the position for the entire 2003-04 academic year.
SGA provides a responsible and representative student organization to assure an active student voice and role in governing the university. The Student Senate, the legislative branch of the association, provides a forum for student opinions. It deals with issues of concern to the entire student body and seeks solutions to campus problems. SGA representatives serve on university committees and the board of directors to promote communication and cooperation among students, faculty, and the administration.
A sophomore mathematics major, Lyons is also involved in intramural soccer and volleyball.
She is a 2003 graduate of Susquehanna Community High School, and is the daughter of Mark and Denise Lyons, Susquehanna.
Mr. Robert Keyes, Principal of Susquehanna Community Elementary School, announces the following students who made the Honor or High Honor Roll for the first marking period of the 2003-04 school year.
HIGH HONOR ROLL
GRADE 4: Courtney Arthur, Brandon Deakin, Stephanie Skurski, Jeffrey Wayman, Brian Yi.
GRADE 5: Sean Leonard, Nicholas Marco, Kyle Napolitano.
GRADE 6: Kelly Conklin, Nicholas Felter, John Herbert, Thomas Kelly, Jr., Kyla Kemmerer, Maggie Lawrenson, Shawn Norton, Jami Towner.
GRADE 4: Brett Deakin, Ashley Elliott, Timothy Flanagan, Nathan Gaskill, Heather Gordon, Jesse Henderson, Matthew Hilling, Mary Kemmerer, Thomas Maby, Vincent Matta, Jr., Kristy Monks, Morgan Ofsharick, Zachary Stanford, Toni Testa, George Wilkes.
GRADE 5: Zachary Baker, Kelsey Carmody, Kevin Cavanaugh, Susan Greene, Sarah Parsons, Gabrielle Peksa, Alex Price, Ryan Rosenthal, Amanda Roth, Theresa Whitehead, Derek Williams, David Winn, Shane Wolf, Melissa Zawisky.
GRADE 6: Kaitlyn Adam, Jordan Aldrich, Scott Arthur, Philip Barnes, Breanna Bastion, Maria Elena Canzoneri, Benjamin Case, Garrett Cuevas, Alysha DeJean, Ashley Getter, Kristianna Lake, Matthew Leet, Michael Nagel, Reva Nusbaum, Sonal Patel, William Silfies, Brandon Stone, Andrea Walker, Stefan Watson.
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