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May 21, 2013

ND graduating Friday

ELNORA — North Daviess High School will hold its commencement exercises at 7 p.m. Friday in the high school gymnasium.

Candidates for graduation: Sheilah Dawn Allor, Zachariah Michael Baker, Alexis Anne Brewer, Montana Perry Gage Carrico, Miranda Kate Chambers, Cameron Carl Chestnut, Alexander Benjamin Conner, Jarrod Kenneth Cornelius, Nicholas Edward Crays, Bailey Ann Dexter, Doretta Dawn Dossett, Bethany Cheryl-Rose Ferguson, Jessica Brianne Ferguson, Brandon Luke Flinn, Joseph Damon Flinn, Tyler Jay Flinn, Logan Eugene Franklin, Lane Samuel Fulton, Graham Joseph Gerni, Brittany Lynn Graber, Janelle Katherine Graber, Lydia Rachel Hancock, Evan Dant Hawk, Donald Ray Hert, Steven Lane Heshelman, Austin Jacob Kent Hollis, Tyler Aaron Hostetter, Ericka Skye Howard, Evan Robert Judy, Larynda Sue Keith, Janice Lynn Knepp, Drew Matthew Lengacher, Wesley Keith Lengacher, Jacob Lane Lindy, Danyelle Elizabeth Long, Nicole Lynn Madsen, Justin Anthony Markel, Hannah Danielle Miller, Lane Scott Miller, Mykaela Renee Pickett, Jamie Lee Plano, Kaylee Elaine Potts, Tara Cheyenne Potts, Justin Michael Raber, McKenzie Renee Roark, Adam Stephan Robling, Shirsten Elizabeth Speer, Steven Joe Stotts, Kaylyn Michelle Moore Sturgeon, Mindy Lynn Taylor, Christopher Wade Thompson, Ezra Nathaniel Thompson, Ashley Danielle Troutman, Adam Jay Wagler, Cassie Janae Wagler, Jadan Michael Wagler, Emilee Jo Wesner, Cari Jo Wilson, Ridge Tyler Wittmer, Brandon Alan Woodruff, Kevin Nicholas Woodruff and Richard Scott Woodruff.


Cari Jo Wilson is the daughter of Jim and Rita Sue Wilson of Odon. She has participated in volleyball for four years, softball for two years, and tennis for two years. She has been a member/officer of Beta Club and Student Council. She has also been a member of the Science Club, FCA, Cougar Crazies, and is a 10-year member of her 4-H Club. She has volunteered for the local Special Forces tee ball league for the past four years. Cari is an active member of the Cornettsville United Methodist Church and the HUB youth group. She has helped or taught Bible school for Cornettsville UMC and Bethel Church in Knox County. She plans to attend the University of Evansville in the fall to major in biology and study pre-med. She plans to become a pediatric radiologist and hopes to one day work at Riley Hospital for Children.

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