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Jim Grant / Tahoe Daily Tribune / Students recently recognized by Soroptimist International of Tahoe Sierra for their achievements are, from left, seated, Briana Biller, JonDaniel Brockman-Hawe, Yolanda Marty and Jeremy Bahr-Worley. Standing are Adam Kingman, Morgan King, Rachel Kaufer, David Wise, Caileen Cullen and Sarah Ingenluyff. Not pictured is Courtney Blann.
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For more than 20 years, Soroptimist International of Tahoe Sierra has been recognizing outstanding student achievements.

On May 25 the local service club continued this tradition and held an awards ceremony at their morning meeting.

Receiving honors were Outstanding Students Morgan King and Adam Kingman, Kingsbury Middle School; Rachel Kaufer and David Wise, South Tahoe Middle School; and Caileen Cullen, St. Theresa School.

The 2006 Most Improved Students were Courtney Blann, South Tahoe High School, and Sarah Ingenluyff, Whittell High School.

Senior Scholarships were awarded to Briana Biller, JonDaniel Brockman-Hawe and Yolanda Marty, South Tahoe High School; and Jeremy Bahr-Worley, Whittell High School.

In addition to parents of the recipients, school officials were present and with great pride, assisted in the presentations to the students.

It is with the continued community support that Soroptimist International of Tahoe Sierra is able to recognize these students. We thank the community and congratulate the students and wish them further success in their academic futures.

For more information about Soroptimist International of Tahoe Sierra, call Wendy David at (530) 544-6754.


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