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Posted: Tuesday, January 02, 2001

Area residents named to honor roll

Logan E. Sander of Homer, Paul N. Begins of Kasilof and Alisa E. Bishop of Seward were named to the fall honor roll by Oregon State University.

To be named to the honor roll at the university, students must carry at least 12 graded hours of course work.

Kenai student named to dean's list

Todd Landon Smith was named to the dean's list of Eastern Oregon University. Students achieving a grade point average of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale qualify.

Skyview grad finishes training

 

Cliff Robinson

Clifford C. "Cliff" Robinson, a 2000 Skyview graduate, graduated from the United States Marine Corps Recruit Training Center on Dec. 8.

He is the son of Jana Whitmore and Dean R. Robinson.

Ping pong tourney results

The results of the Soldotna Elks Club weekly ping pong tournament are:

First place -- Wayne Brooks and Gary Brumley

Second place -- Dan Mortenson and Joe Szczesny

Third place -- Andy Szczesny and Ray Debardelaben

The tournament, held every Wednesday night at the Elks Club in Soldotna, is open to anyone who'd like to play.

There is a $5 entry fee, and partners are drawn at random before play begins. For more information, call Ray Debardelaben at 262-7415.

Homer man wins trip to Mexico

Homer resident Scott Connelly recently won a trip for two to Mexico in the chamber of commerce winter getaway raffle. The winning package provides round trip air fare for two from Anchorage to Puerto Vallarta and hotel accommodations for six nights and seven days. The raffle was sponsored by the Homer Chamber of Commerce and Homer Travel Services.



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