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PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL, CANTON, MO. THURSDAY, MAY21, 2009 - PAGE 8 ark receives Mafia Louise Clark, a graduating senior at Canton R-V High School, has won a $2,000 MFA Foundation Scholarship. The scholar- ship was awarded at the school's awards assembly. Clark is the daughter of Kirby and Mary Clark. She plans to attend Culver- Stockton College. The scholarship was sponsored by the MFA Agri Services at Canton. It is one of approximately 320 scholarships presented this MARIA CLARK year by MFA Incorporated. Mary Carter graduates from Willard High School Mary Margaret Carterin Canton on May 30th at formerly of Canton, Mo., Martin Park from 2:00pm graduated May 15th, 2009 - 4:00pm where all family from Willard High School and friends are invited to in Willard, Mo. Attending attend. the graduation included her mother and father, John and Marilyn Carter of Spring- field along with her grand- parents, John and Shirley Carter of Canton, Mo., along with her three broth- ers (RJ, Shaun and Tyler) and sister Crystal. Mary is also the granddaughter of Dorita Hetzler of Canton. A small family celebra- tion was held immediately following her graduation. A formal graduation cel- ebration party will be held MARY CARTER CITIZENSHIP ESSAY AWARD WINNER - Carol Ragar, left, Canton, presents Andrew Steinbeck, Canton a $250 check for Steinbeck's citizenship essay for the Missouri State Society of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. The essay took second place in the state. The state award was presented in April. Ragar is treasurer of the Clark County DAR chapter. (At left) GRADUATE -April Dochterman, daughter of Mark and Dori Dochter- man, of Canton, graduat- ed in Culinary Arts from JWCC. SECOND LT. JOSEPH MOORE Moore is commissioned NEW GRAD - Kendra Feldkamp (right) is congratu- lated by Julie Clawson, chairof UCM Department of Nursing. Feldkamp is UCM grad dui g r n ceremonies Joseph Moore, son of and friends pafflcipated in Carla Gower, Lewistown, the ceremony, which fol- was commissioned as a sec- lowed the UCM Spring ond lieutenant in the U.S. 2009 Commencement cer- Army during University of emonies. Moore, a criminal Central Missouri's Army justice major, will serve in ROTC commissioning cer- as military police. He is a emonies May 9. Family 2001 graduate of Highland High School. teacher of the year Deanna Schmidt of Zi- the District Teacher of the onsville, Indiana was cho- Year. sen as the Zionsville Eagle She and her husband Elementary School Teacher Wayne, and children, Aus- of theYear. , tin and Avery reside in Zionsville district in- cludes Union Elementary, Zionsville Community High School, Zionsville Middle School, Zionsville West Middle School, Pleas- ant View Elementary, and Stonegate Elementary. Each school within the district nominated one teacher for Teacher of Year. The winners were presented a plaque and a crystal apple from the school board. All winning teachers were required to submit an essay about their teaching career and why teaching is important. From the district one teacher was chosen as DEANNA SCHMIDT PRESS- NEWS dZionsvi[le;, $chmidt is the aughte'F f'JdAh6 "and the late David W. Steinbeck of Canton. Kendra Feldkamp, daughter of Rob and Jill Feldkamp, Ewing, was rec- ognized as a graduate of the University of Central Missouri nursing program during the Nursing Gradu- ate Recognition Ceremony May 9 in Hendricks Hall. Feldkamp was among Corrections from Graduation Special STEPHANIE STEIN Stephanie Stein is a 2009 graduate of Culver-Stock- ton College. Her degree is in Elementary and Special Education. Stein resides in Canton. ETHAN BARNES Ethan Barnes of Lew- istown plans to work and attend vo-tech. He was in- volved in Hannibal Career and Tech Center. He de- scribes himself as quiet and attentive. Friday he will graduate from Highland High School. Name Correction the ntrsing graduates hon- ored d ring the recognition ceremmy, during which graduates received their nursing pins from family member: or friends. The graduate, then received their Badaelor of Science degrees n Nursing dur- ing the Siring 2009 Com- mencemen ceremony. 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