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May 18, 2013

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MONTGOMERY —

Candidates for graduation this Saturday afternoon are: Jacob Ryan Bledsoe, Alexis Nichole Chestnut, Brittany Nicole Craney, Cori Laine Cummings, Tyler Jason Davis, Molleigh Jamison Doyle, Zachary  Ryan Edwards, Dylan Christopher Eisenhut, Amanda Leeann Ferguson, Lynnette Marie Gerkin, Aaron Hugh Graber, Andrea Rochelle Graber, Heath Michael Graber, Tanisha Mai Graber, Alexandra Leigh Harker, Danielle Lynne Hopkins, Ciara Jo Hornaday, Jessica Marie Kavanaugh, Tyler Benjamin Kelly.

Also, Stanley Ray Kemp, Destiny Marie Kidwell, Austin Grant Knepp, Barbara Rosann Knepp, Erin Elizabeth Madison, Heather Marie McWilliams, Jacob Patrick O¹Brian, Lucas Adrian O’ Connor, Damon Michael Pruett, Jared William Smith, Charles Connor Sorrells, Evett Ann Stoll, Myron Lavon Stoll.

Also, Dayton Eric Stutzman, Collin Blake Swartzentruber, Brandon Kyle Wagler, Janelle Ruth Wagler, Janet Lynn Wagler, Kayla Renee Wagler, Trenton Lee Wagler, Dallis Alan Whitehead  and Shania Lynn Yokem.

Class of 2013 Valedictorian(s): Janet Wagler - Janet is the daughter of Darrell and Christina Wagler of Montgomery. Janet was an active member of Beta Club for three years, and she served as vice president her junior year.

She was a member of Art Club all four years and served as vice president her junior year. She also was a member of SADD Club. Janet received the Valedictorian Scholarship from Vincennes University. She plans to attend Vincennes University and major in nursing.

Jacob Bledsoe - Jacob is the son of Mark and Jennifer Bledsoe of Cannelburg.

Jacob is the Senior Class Boys Student Council Representative and served as secretary his junior year. Jacob has participated in basketball, BETA Club, Art Club, VIP Club, Renaissance and Student Council throughout high school.

He was named Academic All-State Honorable Mention in basketball, received the Mental Attitude Award, Most Improved Award, FCA Character Counts Award, and was team co-captain in basketball. He was also a recipient of the Tony Murphy Academic Athlete Award. Jacob was awarded the IUPUI Dean of the Faculties Scholarship as well as the Valedictorian Scholarship. He plans to attend IUPUI and major in occupational therapy.

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