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EDUCATION CHENEY FREE PRESS I Thursday, May 28 2015 I 1 !ul ed ge :es I _ at Photo by AI Stover Medical Lake Middle School May PACE Students of the Month. From left to right: Haley Port, Elizabeth Shcherbina, Kyli Mayhew, Kolby Wren and Tashaun Berish. Not pictured: Gavin Szek. M honors May Medical Lake Middle School honored six students who were selected for the May Part- ners Advancing Character Education (PACE) Student of the Month award. They received certificates, gift certificates and T-shirts and were treated to a special lunch May 15 provided by Tommy G's Espresso, and the school. May's PACE trait of the month was courage. Name: Tashaun Berish Grade: Sixth Favorite Subject: Physical Education What courage means to them: Courage means not being afraid to stand up and try anything. Name: Elizabeth Shcherbina Grade: Sixth Favorite Subject: Social Studies What courage means to them: Doing some- thing you are afraid to do, but you do it because you have to. of the month Name: Kolby Wren Grade: Seventh Favorite Subject: Math What courage means to them: Standing up for others and not being afraid. Name: Kyli Mayhew Grade: Seventh Favorite Subject: Math What courage means to them: It means pick- ing up someone when they are down and stand- ing by them. It also means not backing down. Name: Haley Port Grade: Eighth Favorite Subject: Physical Education What courage mean to them: Not being afraid and helping others. Name: Gavin Szek Grade: Eighth Author's Note: Szek was absent on the day students received their awards. Hallett Elementary announces winners Hallett Elementary an- nounced the Partners Ad- vancing Character Education (PACE) award winners for April. April's PACE trait is trustworthiness. PACE --Kaden Shaffer, Rilee Williams, Lucas Williams, Zoe Wilson, McKenzee Patterson, Connor Gibby, Katelyn Rodgers, Joy Taylor, Cheyannae Hughes, Baylee Bahr, Caydan Wagner, Cody Petersen, Kobe Turnbough, Hunter Hildreth, Kailer Start and Jenna Castro, Kenny Cooper, Emily Sorey, Jacob Grantham, Adeline Hardison and Grayson Cogswell. Bug - Michael Laviano, Eliza- beth Garrison, Nicholas Childe, Is- abel BarrY, Meredith McHutchin- son, December Delaney, Halley Aden Carl. Can -- Madison Reynolds, Olivia Threadgill, A.J. Sam- mons, Emily Killian, Amaya Cole, Aspen Whitaker, Sofia Barrow, Noah Bowser, Lillie GOld, Qwynton Rodriguez, Luhr, CaadenBortfeld, AvaSupita, Maya Raymond, Isaiah Fau- MasonHolt, KoltenReid, Jamisonteaux, Collin Piper, Megan Cook, Connor Harrington, Shay-Reynolds, Angel Mendez, Trent lin Carter, Franklin Haughton,Collins and Emilie Sinn. Chenev residents araduate from Oreaon State . ...----.----.., ---- -- .ICORVALidS, Ore_ThreeCheneyRichard' # -- ---A. Arquette, master chemistry;-- -- and Kaitlyn E. Wilson, | ' p residents will receive degrees when of science, college student ser- doctor of pharmacy, pharmacy| ........ they graduate from Oregon State Uni- vices administration; Thomas J. and Doctor of Pharmacy (four- | .... ql versity, June 13 in ReserStadium. Mustard, doctor of philosophy,year). | The SI ,k, yr )h( I; ;tra Jaman earns degree from Minnesota State University J ' S.I Cheney resident All nesota State University, a four-year state in- Minnesota State Col- Jaman earned a degree Mankato May 9. Min- stitution with 15,376 leges and Universities | in aviation from Min- nesota State Mankato, students, is part of the system. Cheney Baseball Association Texas Hold 'EM poker night The Cheney Base- Room. The cost is $60 ball Association is per ticket and includes having a Texas Hold $10 in food and bever- 'EmPoker Night fund- age credit. raiser, Friday June 12Check-in and poker at NOrthern Quest Ca- lessons begin at 5:30 sino in the Pavilion p.m. and the event starts at 6 p.m. Cash pay out goes to the top 3 winners. There will also be a silent auction. All proceeds go to the Cheney Summer- On Any Given Week only a certain number of people need your product or service. They come into the market as their needs arise. Make sure your offer is there when it's needed. Advertise weeklg in the Cheney E VRESS Call 235-6184 WPCC Summer Kickoff breakfast The West Plains Summer Events Kick Off Breakfast is happening on June 4, 7:30 a.m. at the Shriner's Event Center, 7217 W. Westbow Blvd., in Spokane. Join the chamber as they announce more about the lo- cal events happen- ing throughout the summer from their coordinators. As always, there will be the West Plains Chamber Raffle, as well as a special announce- ment about our an- nual Taste of The West Plains Scram- ble coming up in September. Doors open at 7 a.m. for network- ing. Tickets are $18 for WPCC members and $30 for non- members. admission I admission Friday, Hay 29th 8 a.m.-6 Fm. | Thursday, Hay 28th 5-7 p.m. Sau ay, May 8 a m.- 6 p.m. Sundayl May 31st I0 a.m.,5 p.m. hawks youth baseball | 2420 E. 29th Ave, team. For more informa- | ................................... of and Southeast B! d. tion contact Laura Mar- tin at (509) 294-6985 or lamartinpr@gmail. we serve you? We are available 24/7 for: Meal prep, light housekeeping Grocery shopping, errands Personal Care We Provide Family .Medication Reminders Peace of Mind! .Companionship Transportation MEDICAL LAKE DENTAL CLINIC Bruce C. Tollllon DDS