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Kudos to 41 Hernando honor students

SPRING HILL — The Greater Hernando County Chamber of Commerce and the Brooksville Kiwanis Club, through its foundation, recognized top Hernando County seniors at the 34th annual Honor Student Scholarship Banquet on April 24. Forty-one students from seven schools celebrated their success at the Grand Palace.

These students are the top 3 percent of the county's graduating seniors. Listed for each student is his or her career plans:

Central High

Megan Deslaurier, pediatrics; Emily Farnsworth, counseling; Richard Holt, international affairs; Lauren McKenna, physical therapy; Tabitha Maldonado, international business; Marisa Amber Moller, international relations; Keri Mongelluzzo, microsurgery; Brenna Williams, theater arts.

Hernando High

Casey Adams, business; Kelli Church, law; Caitlin Geiger, business administration; Juliana Gordon, undecided; Megan Jones, undecided; Rachel Lowman, career focus: accounting; Samantha Pankow, large-animal veterinarian; J. Morgan Rogers, accounting; Mari Pothier, communications/broadcasting.

Hernando Christian

Stephen McCall, business and law.

Nature Coast

Technical High

Nathan Barnwell, undecided; Emily Brockhoff, nursing; Carolyn Dano, drama/teaching; Monica Gula, international corporate law; Christopher Jones, financing; Sarah Lonergan, business/hotel management; Samantha Piskura, undecided; Karen Priest, business administration/child development; Nelsie Robinson, theater; April Trezise, teaching or law.

Springstead High

Pamela Cohen, actuarial science; Salvatore D'Acunto, career plan, engineering; Andrew Echanique, undecided; Matthew Hardcastle, film; Michael Hardcastle, writing; Jaclyn Kundrat, history; Camille McAvoy, biology/engineering; Tara McMahon, evolutionary anthropology; Katie Pfister, nursing; Matthew Szaro, church ministry or education; Stephanie Tatum, undecided.

Spring Hill Christian Academy

Zachary Pierce, medicine.

West Hernando Christian

Jessica Lamb, elementary education.

Kudos to 41 Hernando honor students 05/07/08 [Last modified: Wednesday, May 7, 2008 10:19pm]
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