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Community Congregational Church of Elburn announces scholarship winner

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ELBURN—Community Congregational Church (CCC) of Elburn is proud to announce that Jeremy Fairve is the winner of its scholarship, awarded on June 14. The scholarship is open to youth who have been active in the church and have graduated from high school within the past two years.

The scholarship was formerly known as the Bob Miller Scholarship. Bob loved Elburn, the church and children. He believed that the education of every child—be it spiritual, intellectual or social—is the responsibility of every adult, whether they are the child’s parent or not. Because of these loves and beliefs, Bob Miller gave as much time to the community, church, School District and children as his busy career allowed. The Elburn congregation will carry on the mission of the Bob Miller Scholarship by re-establishing it for the benefit of its youth.

Fairve is a Kaneland High School graduate who currently attends Waubonsee Community College. He has been very active in the church, especially working with the youth group. He has been invaluable in keeping contact with CCC youth and aiding in the youth group ministry. The church prays that he will continue in his journey of faith at the church, and wishes him many blessings and success in his future endeavors.

McMullen named to Dominican University dean’s list

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RIVER FOREST, ILL.—Madeline McMullen of Elburn was recently named to the Dominican University dean’s list for the spring 2015 semester.

McMullen, a Kaneland High School graduate, is majoring in biology at the university.

To qualify for the prestigious dean’s list, students must achieve a semester grade point average of 3.8 (on a 4.0 scale), based on a full-time enrollment of 12 credit hours.

Local students named to Bradley University dean’s list

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PEORIA, ILL.—The following local students were recently named to the Bradley University dean’s list for the spring 2014-15 semester: Bradley Johnson, Ashley Kainrath, Matthew Limbrunner and Alexandra Vickery, all of Sugar Grove; and John Goodrich of Maple Park.

To be eligible for the dean’s list, a student must achieve a minimum 3.5 gradepoint average for the semester on a 4.0 scale.

Nolte graduates from University of Iowa

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IOWA CITY, IOWA—Zachary Nolte of Elburn on May 15 graduated from the University of Iowa College of Engineering, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in industrial engineering.

Zachary has been accepted to the College of Engineering graduate program and will pursue a master’s degree with thesis in engineering.

Zachary is the son of Jim and Lisa Nolte of Elburn.

Archibald named to The Webb School honor roll

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BELL BUCKLE, TENN.—Grace Archibald of Elburn, an 11th-grader at The Webb School, was recently named to the school’s B honor roll for the fourth quarter of the 2014-15 school year An independent college preparatory day/boarding school for grades six through 12, The Webb School is the oldest continuously operating school of its kind in the south. The school has a dual emphasis on academic excellence and character development.

Foguth earns academic honor from Benedictine College

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ATCHINSON, KAN.—Rachel Foguth of Elburn was recently named to the Benedictine College dean’s list for the spring 2015 semester. Foguth is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foguth.

To achieve the honor, a student must carry a minimum of 12 credit hours and a grade point average of 3.5 or above per semester.

Cole named to Hope College dean’s list

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HOLLAND, MICH.—Madeline Cole of Elburn was recently named to the Hope College dean’s list in recognition of her outstanding academic record for the spring 2015 semester.

Cole is currently a business management and communications double major, with a minor in Christian leadership. She is the daughter of Scott and Kim Cole of Elburn.

Hope College holds a high regard for academic excellence, and considers appointment to the deans list a significant accomplishment. Hope College undergraduate students are eligible for this honor when they receive a minimum of 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale.

Morgan of Elburn graduates from Columbia College

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CHICAGO—Sarah Morgan of Elburn recently graduated summa cum laude from Columbia College in Chicago with a Bachelor of Arts degree in audio production. She will head to NIU this fall to pursue a doctorate in audiology.

Morgan, a 2011 Kaneland High School graduate, received an associate degree from Waubonsee Community College in 2013. She is the daughter of Robert and Nancy Morgan of Elburn.

Alef named to Maryville University dean’s list

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ST. LOUIS—Theresa Alef of Maple Park was recently named to the Maryville University dean’s list for the spring 2015 semester. Alef is currently working toward a Bachelor of Science degree in occupational therapy.

Maryville undergraduate students are eligible for the dean’s list when they complete at least 12 Maryville University credit hours in a semester with a minimum of a 3.5 grade-point average on a 4.0 (perfect) scale.

FVCC takes first in auto tech competition

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SUGAR GROVE—High school students from four area schools recently put their automotive repair skills to the test in Waubonsee Community College’s annual Automotive Technology Competition.

Participating schools included Oswego High School, Oswego East, Fox Valley Career Center and Indian Valley Vocational Center in Sandwich. Fox Valley Career Center (FVCC) captured the trophy this year, marking the second time FVCC has won since the competition began in 2008.

The annual competition is organized by Waubonsee Automotive Technology faculty, including professors of Automotive Technology Ken Kunz and Jim Armitage, and Automotive Technology instructor Guy Tiberio, through the Valley Education for Employment System (VALEES). Kunz said the competition offers students a “reality check about their skills.”

Students participating in the competition spent three hours moving among skill stations in Waubonsee’s Automotive Technology shop, tackling various challenges related to the automotive field, such as electrical diagnosis, front end alignment, timing belt replacement, computer diagnosis and other related skills today’s technicians must perform.

“Most participants realize they need further education,” Kunz said. “Meeting the staff and talking with our past graduates shows the students we’re here to help them start and succeed in their career.”

Brundige serving as Monmouth College Scot Ambassador

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MONMOUTH, Ill.—Margaret Brundige of Elburn, a sophomore at Monmouth College, is serving as one of the college’s Scot Ambassadors this academic year.

Whenever prospective students visit Monmouth’s campus, Scot Ambassadors provide friendly and helpful assistance. Leading tours, giving presentations about college life and answering questions, Scot Ambassadors are an invaluable component of the college’s admissions team.

Brundige, a business and public relations major, is the daughter of Lyle and Jennifer Brundige of Elburn.

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