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Tuesday, May 13, 2014 8:34 PM

BY NANCY SPENCER

Herald Editor

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FORT JENNINGS —Thirty-three Fort Jennings seniors will receive diplomas at 8 p.m. Friday in the high school gymnasium.

Class speakers include Valedictorian Jamie Saum, Salutatorian Alyssa Schimmoeller and Honor Speaker Logan Sickels.

Saum is the daughter of Dan and Jeanie Saum. She plans to attend the University of Findlay, majoring in physical therapy.

She was a member of the National Honor Society, TEAMS and Student Council, serving as vice-president her senior year and secretary her junior year. She was involved in marching/concert band, choir, senior class play and school musicals. She participated in soccer, cheerleading, CYO volleyball and basketball. Saum was on Honor Roll I, a reading tutor and homework and pre-school helper. She was a member of the Putnam County Leadership Day Staff and OASC Middle Level Staff. She was also homecoming attendant her junior year and homecoming queen her senior year. She is a Eucharistic minister and Mass server at St. Joseph Catholic Church and is involved with the youth group.

Schimmoeller is the daughter of Karl and Joan Schimmoeller. She plans to attend the University of Dayton, majoring in chemical engineering.

She was a member and vice president of the National Honor Society and was senior class president. She was involved with the school musical and senior class play. She participated in band, pep band and county band, track and basketball. Schimmoeller was a member of the TSA TEAMS and Putnam County Leadership Team.

She is a Eucharistic minister and Mass server at St. Joseph Church and is involved with the youth group.

Sickels is the son of Doug and Cheryl Sickels. He plans to attend Wright State University, majoring in biological science

He was a member and president of the National Honor Society, involved in the senior class play, school musical, band and county choir. He is a member of the TSA TEAMS and Envirothon team and participated in basketball, track and was cameraman for the boys soccer team. Sickels was active in Boy Scouts, receiving the Eagle Scout Award. He is a Mass server, Eucharistic minister and choir member at St. Joseph Church and is involved with the youth group.

The class song is “Hold on to the Memories” by Corey Tynan; class colors — charcoal gray and red; class flower — white rose; and the class motto — “Remember yesterday, dream for tomorrow, live for today.”

The class of 2014 includes: Caleb Mitchell Bankey, Garrett Thomas Bereslman, Tyler Jacob Blankemeyer, Bret Joseph Clay, Spencer Aaron Dray, Ashley Rose Gable, Nathan Richard German, Marisa Lee Good, Emily Kristine Grone, Jared Michael Hoersten, Cassandra Josephine Horstman, Emily Jean Kehres, Alexander David Ketcham, Kelsey Ann Klausing, Stephanie Dawn Korte, Elizabeth Sue Lambert, Cassandra Rae Lindeman, Andrea Lee Longwell, Lucas Michael Luebrecht, Min Mary Catherine Metcalfe, Isaac J. Nichols, Kaylynn Rose Noriega, Ryan Matthew Rau, Andrea Rochele Ricker, Nicole Ann Ricker, Seth Richard Ricker, Jamie Lynn Saum, Alyssa Angela Schimmoeller, Logan Russell Sickels, Craig Thomas Stewart, Dylan James Van Loo, Alex Christopher Vetter and Joshua Taylor Wittler.

 

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