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Eight named to 2013 Sungoddess Ambassador Class


Eight young women have been named to the 2013 Sungoddess Ambassador Class by the Suncoasters of St. Petersburg civic organization. The Sungoddess will be named on Saturday at the annual Suncoasters Ball. All finalists are college-age leaders from Pinellas County, chosen for their academic accomplishments and dedication to community service.

Arrie Claesson, daughter of Hans and Catherine Claesson, a marketing major at the University of Central Florida

Jennifer Collins, daughter of Gene and Barbara Collins, a fashion merchandising major at the University of South Carolina

Kelsey Fredrickson, daughter of Michael and Lisa Fredrickson, a nursing major at the University of Central Florida

Shamarri Hartzog, daughter of Kevin and Michelle Hartzog, a prenursing major at Florida Atlantic University

Haviland Kebler, daughter of Bill and Sally Kebler, a premedical biology major at Eckerd College

Kelly Kidwell, daughter of John and Denise Kidwell, a predental major at the University of Florida

Katie Martinez, daughter of Richard and Margaret Martinez, a health science major at the University of Florida

Olivia Wilkinson, daughter of Roland and Donna Wilkinson, a health science major at the University of Florida

Eight named to 2013 Sungoddess Ambassador Class 03/12/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, March 12, 2013 1:45pm]
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