Peninsula People

Posted: Monday, March 20, 2006

Coursen keeps tabs

Former Sterling resident Catie Coursen will serve as the scoring and tabulations superintendent for the 83rd Little International Ag Exposition held at South Dakota State University. The event will have over thousand competitors.

While attending SDSU Coursen has been involved in Pre-Vet Club and Alpha Zeta.

She is the daughter of Tom and Robin Coursen.

Durham inducted

Soldotna resident Leah K. Durham was inducted into the Alpha Omega Omicron Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Kenai Peninsula College.

Durham is majoring in education/teaching and is the daughter of Paul and Maria Horwath.

Lousberg studied abroad

Former Soldotna resident Alice L. Lousberg studied in Greece and Italy through the Center for International Education at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University. Lousberg is a junior political science major.

The program gives students the opportunity to explore classical and contemporary art, history, religion and literature in Athens and Rome. The focus is based on a structured curriculum, leaving room for the exploration of unique opportunities presented by the intellectual and cultural resources of Greece and Italy. Field trips to Olympia, Delphi, Crete and Florence were included in the program.

She is the daughter of Dan and Loretta Lousberg.

Blohm recruits for U.S. Army

Private Alan R. Blohm has been stationed with the U.S. Army recruiters in Soldotna.

He is the nephew of James and Dianna Zirul of Kenai.

Soldotna Elks table tennis results

Chad Botirius and Robin Bogard won the Soldotna Elks Lodge's doubles table tennis tournament Wednesday. Gary Brumley and Wayne Brooks placed second, and David Coombes and Brannon Ames placed third.

The Soldotna Elks hold table tennis tournaments every Wednesday night beginning at 6:30 p.m. For more information, call Bob at 262-5130.

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