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Senior Spotlights

Lynden Tribune recognizes North Whatcom valedictorians The following are Q&As with valedictorians from Cornerstone, Lynden, Lynden Christian, Meridian, Mount Baker and Nooksack, as well as the 2 senior speakers from Lynden Academy Cornerstone Christian School Where will you attend college? Boise State University.

What are your career plans? After college, I want to pursue a career in juvenile criminal justice. I am unsure of exactly which route I will go, but I have a deep passion for juvenile justice.

As a child, what was the first thing you wanted to become when you grow up? As a child, the first thing that I wanted to be when I grew up was a dance teacher. My plans have changed since then, as I am studying criminal justice and psychology. I still have the same desire and drive to help people learn as I did when I was little.

What is the greatest thing you gained from your K-12 experience? What is the greatest thing you gained from attending your high school? The greatest thing that I gained from a K-12 education at Cornerstone is a well-rounded education with a Christian worldview tied into it all. I learned not only academics,

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but gained a foundation for my future. Who is your role model? One of my biggest role models is my dad. He is a big part of the reason I chose the career path that I did. He switched careers from IT to law enforcement to do what he loves and it inspired me. What do you hope to be doing in five years? In 10 years? In 20 years? In five years, I see myself graduating college and either pursuing a master’s degree or starting a career. In 10 years I

Tatyanna Sparks Lynden Academy Where will you be attending college? I have committed to attending the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado as part of the class of 2026. What did I want to be when I grew up? When I was in elementary school, I wanted to be a teacher when I grew up. However, once I got to late middle school, I set my sights on being a pilot and I have pursued that career path ever since. What are your career plans? My career plan is to be an Air Force pilot and the plane I would like to fly is a C-17. In late middle school, I joined Civil Air Patrol and got a taste for both the military and flying. Through Civil Air Patrol, I received various scholarships that helped fund me to get my private pilot’s license. I then set my sights on getting into the Air Force Academy or into Air Force ROTC in college. I plan to graduate from the Air Force Academy and secure a spot in Air Force

Caroline Van Beek Lynden Academy What are your plans for the 2022-2023 school year? I don’t have an immediate choice for college, because for at least the next year I plan to continue in the workforce. I’m not sure if a four-year college is something I’m willing to spend tens of thousands of dollars on, and at least for now, I think that the experience (and money) that I’m gaining in the workforce is going to prove more valuable to me. As a child, what was the first thing you wanted to become when you grow up? As a child, my career of choice was to be a teacher. In some ways, this hasn’t changed. But now, I look forward to hopefully homeschooling my own children. I also have always enjoyed writing and hope to someday publish fiction. What are your career plans?

Melissa Brossow Lynden High School Where will you attend college? I will be attending college at Colorado Christian University in the Fall of 2022 to study Psychology. As a child, what was the first thing you wanted to become when you grow up? When I was a kid, I wanted to be a teacher! I was always someone who loved being around others, and a teacher was someone I always saw impacting so many people, including myself. Now, as I graduate, my career path has

see myself having a career and a family. In 20 years I hope to still be doing what I love. What is the most important thing in your life? The most important thing in my life is my faith. It motivates me in everything that I do in life, and encourages me through it. Who is the most important person in your life? The most important people in my life are God and my family. Having a family surrounding me and supporting me is extremely important and encouraging.

pilot training. After pilot training, I intend to serve wherever the Air Force might need me. What was the greatest thing you gained from my K-12 experience? What was the greatest thing you gained from attending Lynden Academy? The greatest thing I gained from my K-12 experience was a love of learning. My mom inspired my sister and me to pursue our studies and pushed us to do well, but in a way that made it fun. As I go on to college, I take that love of learning with me which I feel will help me succeed. The greatest thing I gained from attending Lynden Academy was the friends I made. I met several amazing friends who I hope to keep in touch with throughout my lifetime. Who is my role model? One of my role models would be my friend Cassidy Ratayczak. She has been an invaluable mentor to me throughout my Civil Air Patrol career and has believed in me even when I didn’t believe in myself. I deeply appreciate all the advice and support she has given me.

What do I hope to be doing in five years? In 10 years? In 20 years? In five years, I hope to be graduating from Air Force pilot training and beginning my career as an Air Force pilot. I plan to still be in the Air Force flying planes in 10 to 20 years, however, I’m not sure exactly what I will be doing, since it will depend on the needs of the Air Force. What is the most important thing in your life? I think one of the most important things in my life would be my relationship with Jesus. This has provided me with plenty of hope, peace, and strength through all the difficult parts of my life. Who is the most important person in your life? I think the most important person in my life would be my mother. She has been by my side supporting me throughout my entire childhood. Since I was partially homeschooled for most of my childhood, she was not only my mother but also my teacher, yet she still managed to inspire me to love learning. I would have never made it to the places that I have made it to without her help.

the closest, most God-fearing friends, and where my own relationship with God has grown the most, is in the pro-life movement. I love being a part of the community that defends human life from conception, and want to keep finding ways to stop abortion and support mothers and their children.

I would like to find a career in writing, possibly as an author or editor, or, if I decide to go to college, in business or economics. What is the greatest thing you gained from your K-12 experience? What is the greatest thing you gained from attending your high school? From my high school experience, as much as I loved my teachers, the environment, and the friends I made, I have to say the greatest advantage I had was Running Start’s online schooling. I was able to simultaneously earn my high school diploma and associate degree. The flexible schedule meant I was able to find a job that I love, which not only pays much better than high school, but also saved me from social isolation after the government shut down the country for “two weeks.” Who is your role model? As a Christian, I have to say that my role model is Jesus. Considering He is the author of life

changed, but my passion behind it hasn’t! I still love being with others and am so excited to be pursuing a career in mental health counseling. What are your career plans? I have always felt the most joy from helping others, whether that be having a conversation, sharing a smile, serving, or listening. Mental health counseling is a career that I truly feel called to that would allow me to intentionally love others in my profession that requires compassion, care, and empathy. What is the greatest thing you gained from your K-12 experience? What is the greatest thing

and His words and actions define my morality, I think that’s something to base my life on. What do you hope to be doing in five years? In 10 years? In 20 years? In five years, I hope I’ll be in a place where I’m able to financially sustain myself, although in this economy that could prove

you gained from attending your high school? The greatest thing I gained from my years at Lynden schools was community. I am so blessed to have found so many people in unlikely places to call friends and family. Who is your role model? My role model would definitely have to be Benedict Cumberbatch. I wish I had an accent like his. What do you hope to be doing in five years? In 10 years? In 20 years? In five years, I hope to be working toward a master’s degree in mental health counseling. In 10 and 20 years, I hope to be working in a job that is involves

to be a challenge. Later on, I will hopefully marry and have my own family. I hope to stay invested in the things I care about, and actively work to make the best changes in society and government. What is the most important thing in your life? The place where I’ve found

Who is the most important person in your life? Since we’ve already covered Jesus as a role model, I also want to thank my dad for being the best person I know. As a Christian, he always searches for what God wants of him and his family and leads us in that way. He has patience, empathy, works hard, and encourages my siblings and I to do the same. He also makes ridiculous dad jokes and has the classic dad interests: fishing, grilling, tractors, unfinished projects, and country music. He and my mom have always worked to raise us in a loving, Christian household, and I can’t thank them enough for raising me properly.

counseling. I have no specific job title or path I am aiming for, all I have are the steps and I am trusting that the Lord will be with me in each one. What is the most important thing in your life? Who is the most important person in your life? The most important part of my life is my faith, and the most important person is Jesus. In my life, Jesus has proven Himself faithful to me time and time again and has shown me love, grace, and mercy that I do not deserve. I have been adopted into His family and lifted out of my brokenness. All my peace and worth are found in Him, He redeems my unredeemable. Philippians 3:8 says it

perfectly, “Indeed, I count everything as loss because of the surpassing worth of

knowing Christ Jesus my Lord.” Nothing compares to Jesus.


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Senior Spotlights Gerrit Bruland

The greatest thing I gained from my K-12 experience was the relationships I formed in school, as well as my education. I’ve attended two high schools, and from both the greatest trait that I’ve gotten from them is determination.

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Nooksack Valley High School Where will you attend college? I am attending Washington State University in the fall.

Lynden Christian High School Where will you attend college? Next year I will be attending Washington State University and I am in their honors program.

As a child, what was the first thing you wanted to become when you grow up? As a child I wanted to be an Air Traffic Controller and I have no clue why. However, as I grew up, I became more interested in engineering and technology.

As a child, what was the first thing you wanted to become when you grow up? As a young child I initially wanted to be a teacher, following in the footsteps of both my parents, but realized in middle school that this wasn’t the path for me. I always excelled at math and science growing up and so I leaned toward using this in my future.

What are your career plans? For a career I want to be an electrical engineer or a different engineering discipline to pursue my passion for technology and engineering. I plan on interning for different companies in college to get multiple kinds of experience for what my future career may be like. What is the greatest thing you gained from your K-12 experience? What is the greatest thing you gained from attending

your high school? The greatest thing I learned from K-12 is to think critically. Things aren’t handed See Bruland on C13

Mount Baker High Where will you attend college? I will be attending the University of Washington in the Honors Program to study Psychology and Neuroscience this fall.

What are your career plans? Becoming a clinical psychologist for adolescents is the most feasible and planned out career path I have at the moment. Psychology fascinates me- specifically clinical psychology in adolescents- because there’s an inconsistency with prioritizing mental health and understanding it during this time of cognitive growth inspires me to find solutions. Eventually, I hope to balance a career of independent work/research and counseling to tend to settings that require diligent analysis and social sympathy. I imagine myself working with clients to prevent mental health issues and pursuing research projects out of passion and curiosity throughout my career. I want my existence to enhance the world in whatever ways possible, and helping oth-

ers live their best lives is one way of doing that. What is the greatest thing you gained from your K-12 experience, and from attending your high school? The greatest thing I gained from my K-12 experience was redefining friendship and coming to terms with saying goodbye to past relationships. I always struggled with fitting in throughout elementary school and junior high because, while I had good friends, I knew they had better friends. Nonetheless, I confided in those friendships and they meant a lot to me, which is why when I was able to let them go in high school, I discovered closure for the first time. I learned how to say goodbye to eras of friendships and stop clinging onto what once was. I changed the way I perceived people and, in turn, I now have real, evergreen, beautiful best friends who are what I need now. I know that I might have to say goodbye to them too someday, but they are here for now and that awareness

Karis Oommen Lynden High School Where will you attend college? The University of Washington. As a child, what was the first thing you wanted to become when you grow up? When I was younger, I always wanted to be a scientist, and while that answer has changed and been narrowed down, my love for science, especially as it relates to the environment, has still influenced what I want to do in life.

Emma Ramerman Lynden High School Where will you attend college? I plan on attending college at Arizona Christian University. I will be majoring in business administration and playing softball. As a child, what was the first thing you wanted to become when you grow up? When I was younger I wanted to be a hairstylist when I grew up. I found that being a hairstylist really didn’t interest me anymore. Now, I have decided to go into business. I figured this was a broad career path because I am still unsure what career I want to pursue. What are your career plans? I am not sure what I want to do as a career. As I said, I thought business would be a broad area of study. I thought this would give me a greater variety of job opportunities once I finish my degree. I plan to get both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in business. Whatcom Community College gave me a head start through this process. At WCC I was able to obtain my associate degree. I came to the decision of business because I enjoy math and wanted to apply it to real life.

What is the greatest thing you gained from your K-12 experience? What is the greatest thing you gained from attending your high school?

is what matters most. The greatest thing I gained from my high school was self-advocacy. As a freshman, I was afraid of asking for help or standing up for myself because I felt like if I needed to, it meant I wasn’t good, strong, or smart enough to get through it on my own. I associated success with an illusion of independence that was really just insecurity. As I wrap up high school, I can proudly say this mentality has completely changed. I know if I don’t get support when I need it, things will just be harder, which is an avoidable and unnecessary stress. Help tells those around me that I care and want to understand better. Now, I seek out support rather than deny myself of it.

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As a child, what was the first thing you wanted to become when you grew up? When I was a child, there wasn’t any one thing I wanted to be when I grew up. Hannah Montana and Taylor Swift were my biggest idols, so I was fixated on the idea of being a popstar. I was given a guitar and songbook at the peak of my popstar aspirations, but that dream left quickly when I learned that I couldn’t sing or play guitar very well. I also remember wanting to be a veterinarian for a bit, but I honestly think that was only because I thought it consisted of petting animals all day. It wasn’t until eighth grade that I became passionate about pursuing psychology, and that passion hasn’t changed since then.

What are your career plans? Currently I am planning on getting my biochemistry major studying pre-med at WSU. I’m not completely sure on my career goals yet. I am studying pre-med in college so medical school could be an option. I would also be open into going into other STEM professions as well.

Who is your role model? My role model is a teacher who has supported and inspired me since seventh grade. Mr. Dickman has juggled many roles at Baker, and though I only had him as my math teacher in junior high, he has mentored me in so many ways these past six years. Had it not been for his encouragement in me switching to advanced math in eighth grade, I cannot guarantee that I would’ve been on the track that I am now, because I hadn’t been explicitly told “I know you can do this even though it’ll be hard” before (besides from my parents). Mr. Dickman’s wisdom, diligence, realistic optimism, and support have undeniably influenced who I have become, and I am forever grateful for that. What do you hope to be doing in 5 years? In 10 years? In 20 years? In five years, I’ll have obtained my bachelor’s degree and, honestly, I hope I’ll be able to pursue even further education. My dream is to earn a doctorate someday, but there’s so much unpredictability in life, so I also hope by then that I will be okay with readjusting my goals as is appropriate. In ten years, my

What are your career plans? I plan to be an environmental engineer because I’ve always been concerned about the environment, and I want to make an effort to build a sustainable future. What is the greatest thing you gained from your K-12 experience? What is the greatest thing you gained from attending your high school? Throughout my education, I learned the importance of asking for help when I didn’t understand something. In attending Lynden High School, I was able to gain a stronger sense of community and

What is the greatest thing you gained from your K-12 experience? What is the greatest thing you gained from attending your high school? The greatest thing I gained from my K-12 experience is that you have to work hard to achieve the results you want. Just going to school isn’t enough to succeed in school. By succeeding I do not mean having A’s in your classes, it is about understanding concepts even if it takes extra work. The greatest thing I learned attending high school is that you can only control your own attitude and effort. Worrying about others doesn’t help and you cannot control what they do. However, your own mindset and effort are two things you can control that will help lead to success in all areas of life, not just school.

Who is your role model? John Green. (According to Wikipedia, John Green is an American author, YouTube content creator, and podcaster) He also does crash course history. What do you hope to be doing in five years? In 10 years? In 20 years? In five years, I’m hoping to be in some sort of graduate school. In 10-20 years I would want to ideally have a family and a job that is both challenging and fulfilling. What is the most important thing in your life? The most important thing in my life is probably the relationships I have with the people in my life. Who is the most important person in your life? The most important/influential person in my life is my friend Jackson. This is because of the influence he has had on the way I think as well as the advice he gives me.

aim is to have a solid foundation on life – career, house, and wealth-wise – and be able to ground and love myself. Twenty years is an unfathomable distance away. I’ll be 38 years old, hopefully have started a family after exhausting my youth, and will be prioritizing the wellbeing of myself and those around me. I just hope by then that I am content with my life. What is the most important thing in your life? The most important thing in my life is ensuring I communicate, interact, and exist with kindness at the forefront of everything I do. It’s a challenge day by day because unexpected things happen and reacting to them with a positive approach takes intention and awareness, but I know how impactful just being nice can be. You never know what someone is going through, and I think that if you can be one good part of someone’s day then you’ve made a difference because it might just make them smile or it might be the one reason they needed to stay alive. Who is the most important person in your life, and why? The most important person in my life is my mother. My mom is my very best friend in the whole entire world. She does whatever she can to make other people happy, loves the things she loves unwaveringly, and carries herself strongly. She has been a victim to my merciless and irrational anxiety, present at my happiest and pivotal moments, and a consistent support throughout everything in between. Amidst it all, her reassurance of love, pride, and care, and especially her communication that the perfection I strive for is never an expectation and that she loves me no matter what- is all I could ever want. I wouldn’t be who I am or know who I want to be without her.

teamwork through my participation in cross country, track, and the National Honor Society. Who is your role model? My mother read the story of Malala Yousufzai to me when I was a child, and I was very inspired by her bravery and willingness to speak out. What do you hope to be doing in five years? In 10 years? In 20 years? In five years, I hope to have gotten my undergraduate degree in environmental engineering and be pursuing my master’s. In 10 years, I hope to be working as an environmental engineer and contributing to

Who is your role model? My greatest role model is my pitching coach, Tanna Heutink. I have known Tanna for quite a while just from being in the Washington Wolfpak softball program. Even then she was someone I looked up to because she was going to play softball in college and that was my goal. A few years ago, Tanna became my pitching coach. She has a great work ethic and pushes me to always be better. She carries this work ethic in her life even after her career at Linfield University. Her work ethic and attitude towards life is what I look up to. What do you hope to be doing in five years? In 10 years? In 20 years? Honestly, I don’t know what I want to do

my field of research. In 20 years, I hope to be making a difference in the realm of environmental engineering through innovative and sustainable technology. What is the most important thing in your life? My faith is the most important facet of my life, as it provides me with peace and inspiration. Who is the most important person in your life? My mother is the most important person in my life because she has stood by me and supported me no matter the circumstances.

in five years, 10 years, or even 20 years. So far all I know is I want to graduate college and get a good job. I would also like to do something softball related aside from my job either as a pitching coach or just help out with a youth program. I’m going to get through college and then see where God leads me for the rest of my life. What is the most important thing in your life? The most important thing in my life is softball. I have played softball for as long as I remember. I have made so many lifelong friendships and have learned many life lessons. I would not be the same person without softball and my teammates. Softball has also brought me many opportunities for scholarships and traveling. Who is the most important person in your life? The most important people in my life are my parents. They have always supported me in school and softball. My dad is always there to catch me or throw a bucket of balls for me. My mom is always trying to get me to do my best no matter what I am doing. They are both always available if I need help, and they have always supported me.


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Skyleigh James Meridian High School Where will you attend college? I will be attending West Texas A&M University in Canyon, Texas. As a child, what was the first thing you wanted to become when you grew up? As a child I wanted to be a cowgirl. In some ways this has changed, because I didn’t really see teaching as being a part of that. Although I still do dream of owning land and livestock of my own one day. Overall my childhood dream of wanting to be a cowgirl still lives inside me, I just see it in a different way now. What are your career plans? I plan to be a high school agriculture teacher. Therefore, I will be pursuing an agriculture education degree with a teacher’s certification. I have discovered that agriculture is something I’m very passionate about through being a part of FFA, taking agriculture classes, jobs I’ve had, showing and raising animals, and many other experiences. I also feel like teaching high schoolers is something I have potential to be good at and would enjoy. What is the greatest thing you gained from your K-12 experience? What is the greatest thing you gained from attending your high school? Some of the greatest things I have gained from my overall educational experience are the tools I need to navigate my future. I have learned how to problem solve and I am way more confident in my ability to overcome challenges. One of the greatest things I have gained from attending high school is confidence. As a freshman, I was scared and didn’t believe in myself. I have come a long way since then, and I know I would not have gotten to this point

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without all the wonderful support from this community I have received. High school sports have made a huge impact on my confidence and overall work ethic. I’m very grateful for how far I’ve come and what I have gained from Meridian because I know it will influence me for the rest of my life. Who is your role model? One of the biggest role models in my life is my basketball coach, Bree Park. She’s such a great leader and has so much passion about what she does. I am very thankful that I had the opportunity to have her as a coach. She will forever be someone I look up to. What do you hope to be doing in five years? In 10 years? In 20 years? In five years, I hope to be graduating college and receiving my bachelor’s degree in agriculture education. In ten years, I hope to be working as a high school agriculture teacher and maybe getting married. It would also be great to be living in a place I love at this point in my life. In twenty years, I would like to own a house and be a mother with a family of my own. What is the most important thing in your life? One of the most important things in my life is my friends. Friends have always been a huge part of my life. I love having people that welcome me, are there for me even through the tough times, and bring so much joy to my life. Without them my life would be boring, so I am very grateful. Who is the most important person in your life? There’s so many important people in my life, so it’s hard to narrow it down to just one, but if I have to pick I’d go with my mom. She’s always there for me when I need her and she does so much for me. I am so proud to call her my mother. I aspire to be as kind and selfless as her one day.

Ellie DeWaard Meridian High School Where will you attend college? I am attending Northwest University to pursue a major in exercise science, and to play basketball. As a child, what was the first thing you wanted to become when you grew up? When I was younger I wanted to become a police officer or a chef. Through the years I realized that I really only like cooking for myself, and becoming a police officer became my second choice behind physical therapy. What are your career plans? I now plan on becoming a physical therapist! I really looked to my interests such as sports, nutrition, and working out to fuel my career choice. Physical therapy seemed like the perfect mix of action, one on one time with people, and chill work time for me. That is why I chose physical therapy. What is the greatest thing you gained from your K-12 experience, and from attending your high school? The greatest thing I gained from my k-12 experience is self-confidence. I was homeschooled up until my freshman year, so coming in as a new student my freshman year I was really anxious about new people and fitting in. Looking back now, I realize that I am nothing like the girl I came into school as my freshman year. I am way more confident in who I am, and have much more confidence in my abilities and self. That Is one of the greatest things I gained from my public school experience. One thing I gained from Meridian specifically, is lifelong relationships. Meridian High School is such a close community, and everyone is so connected. I am so grateful I was able to go to such a close, caring See DeWaard on C12

Scholarships Mount Baker

Trinity Anderson: Jerry Smoot Scholarship; Thor Mohn Scholarship Endowment. Ryan Atchley: Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation. Grace Baker: Mandy Stavik Scholarship. Davin Beason: Loren and Muriel Monsen Scholarship; Susan Anderson & Bob Tisdale Athletic Booster Club Scholarship. Finley Bell: Admissions Achievement Award from Western Washington University; Western Scholars Award from Western Washington University; Thor Mohn Scholarship Endowment; Alumni Class of ’51+ Scholarship. Bodhi Beltran: Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation. Hezekiah Bergeron: Washington State Opportunity Scholarship; Thor Mohn Scholarship Endowment. Karder Blow: Loren and Muriel Monsen Scholarship. Alaura Cates: Admissions Achievement Award from Western Washington University; Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation; Clyde and Judy Denton Scholarship; Western Scholars Award from Western Washington University. Alyssa Chadwick: Harold J. Young Scholarship; Thor Mohn Scholarship Endowment. Emma Cook: Glen Zeigler Memorial Trust Scholarship; Washington State Fair Foundation; President’s Scholarship from Northwest University; Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation; Thor Mohn Scholarship Endowment. Ashlyn Cooper: Castles Scholarship; Thor Mohn Scholarship Endowment. Samantha Corcoran: Thor Mohn Scholarship Endowment; Alumni Class of ’51+ Scholarship. Kerianna Cronk: Ed Strachila Scholarship; Dean Scholarship from Eastern Washington University; Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation; Kourtney Cadle Memorial Scholarship; Thor Mohn

Scholarship Endowment; Deming Logging Show Auxiliary Scholarship; Susan Anderson & Bob Tisdale Athletic Booster Club Scholarship; American Legions Scholarship. Draven Davis: Karen Hodges Scholarship; Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation. Dakota Drake: Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation; Acmenormous/Rothenbuhler Endowment Scholarship. Collin Favro: Glen Ziegler Scholarship Booster; Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation; Thor Mohn Scholarship Endowment; American Legions Scholarship. Lucas Figueroa: Wilder Construction Scholarship from Whatcom Community College Foundation; Sarah Baisden Scholarship. Anika Giarde: Academic Scholarship from Grand Canyon University; Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation; Thor Mohn Scholarship Endowment. Autumn Hadeen: USW 12-591Fallen Workers Memorial Scholarship; Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation; PTA Fund Scholarship . Kaitlyn Hadeen: Everson Lion’s Club Scholarship; Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation; Deming Logging Show Auxiliary Scholarship. Madisen Harper: Dorothy Massie Scholarship. Caleb Horsmon: Rome Grange Scholarship; John Fassett Memorial Scholarship; Dorothy Massie Scholarship. Jordon Hughes: Deming Logging Show Auxiliary Scholarship. Camryn Jewell: Deming Logging Show Auxiliary Scholarship; American Legions Scholarship; Norm Maleng Scholarship; Regents Scholarship from Washington State University; Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation; Calvin and Alice Johnson Scholarship; Thor Mohn Scholarship Endowment; Mt. Baker PSE Scholarship; Susan Anderson & Bob Tisdale Athletic

Booster Club Scholarship. Ava Loeb: Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation. Jake Lagervall: Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation. Atticus McCurdy: Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation. Bruno McCurdy: Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation. Alexis Magallano: Washington State Opportunity Scholarship. Mataya Mann: Whatcom Women in Business Scholarship; Dr. Christine Sygitowicz Sherman Scholarship; Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation; Thor Mohn Scholarship Endowment; Alumni Class of ’51+ Scholarship. Melissa Markowicz: Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation; George & Tena Giarde Scholarship. Oliver Martin: Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation; Clyde and Judy Denton Scholarship. Aliyah Moa: Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation; Thor Mohn Scholarship Endowment; Dorothy Massie Scholarship. Christina Mymrin: Clyde and Judy Denton Scholarship. Jomei Nez: Thomas and Martina Horn Foundation Scholarship. Taylor Norris: Reardon Merit Scholarship from Anderson University; AU Music Scholarship from Anderson University; AU Legacy Scholarship from Anderson University. William Marcus O’Donnell: Kourtney Cadle Memorial Scholarship; Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation; Thor Mohn Scholarship Endowment. Drake Pickett: Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation; Thor Mohn Scholarship Endowment. Taite Reardon: Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation. Victoria Rinard: Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation.

Kevin Rios: Mt. Baker Rotary Scholarship. Kaitlyn Rosenburg: Clyde and Judy Denton Scholarship. Al Tajji Samuya: Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation; Tim Lockerby Scholarship. Ariana Seid: Thor Mohn Scholarship Endowment; Western Scholars Award from Western Washington University; Admissions Achievement Award from Western Washington University. Megan Schmidt: Alumni Class of ’51+ Scholarship. Montanna Scott: Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation; Mt. Baker Staff Endowment. Orion Shepardson: Class of 2004 Endowment; Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation. Cameran Tucker: Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation; Karen Marie Wolschlagel Scholarship. Kevin Tucker: Bellingham/Whatcom Firefighters Benevolent Foundation; Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation; Thor Mohn Scholarship Endowment. Maddy Valum: Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation; Thor Mohn Scholarship Endowment; Mt. Baker PSE Scholarship. Kaytlin Vanderhorst: Mt. Baker PSE Scholarship; Mt. Baker Rotary Scholarship; Greater Bellingham Running Club & Haggen Scholarship; Triple Impact Competitor Scholarship from Positive Coaching Alliance; PNW4WDA Scholarship from Pacific Northwest 4-Wheel Drive Association; Don and Bill Easterbrook Scholarship; Susan Anderson & Bob Tisdale Athletic Booster Club Scholarship. Ryker Vanderveen: Mount Baker Scholarship Foundation. Caleb Wagar: Thor Mohn Scholarship Endowment. See Scholarships on C15

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Lynden High School

Dawson Adams

Analynda Aldrich

Ashlyn Alexander

Kate Allen

Zachary Alsbury

Noah Amos

Jacob Anderson

Sage Anderson

Dakota Andrew

Joel Andrew

Edgar Antonio

Kole Antypas

Mia Apps

Hannah Joy Armerding

Gresham Assink

Marianna Bachelor

Levi Bailey

Sydney Barajas

J'Quan Barzey

Hayley Basart

Mariah Baseden

Tessa Bass

Joelle Bateman

Shawn Bhangal

Haley Biemold

Coleson Blankers

Joel Bode

Hayla Bolton

Rebekah Bookout

Molly Born

Emily Bovenkamp

Abigail Boyd

Harmanpreet Brar

Isaac Bredeson

Jessa Bridges

Nicholas Briscoe

Natalie Briskin

Peyton Brock

Melissa Brossow

Grason Button

Thomas Callaghan

Ricardo Camacho

Kendra Camping

Cassandra Castaneda

Jordan Castellon

Emma Christensen

Cherish Connell

Nahari Contreras

Mia Corona

Suzannah Cox

Danna Cruz

Luis Cruz

Bailey Cuellar

Carlos DeCarvalho

Perzha Degollado

Kaitlyn DeKoster

Evan Denniston

Manraj Deol

Claire Devries

Kennedy Doolittle

Pearl Ellis

Andrew Erickson

Makaylee Erickson

Alexis Escobar

Alyssa Roselle Fabie

Ezekiel Falcone

Patricia Flores-Luna

Bailey French

Jack Frisbie

Sadie Furdyk

Korbyn Dendrijver-Kahl

Luke Eriksen


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Lynden High School, Cont.

Victoria Gapp

Samantha Garcia

Edward Gonzales

Brandon Gonzalez

Jackson Graddon

Charlotte Greene

Harveer Grewal

Lincoln Haak

Claire Habig

Harper Hahn

Paige Hanson

Madeline Harrell

Ava Heiser

David Hernandez-Medina

Amayrani Hernandez

Enrique Hernandez

Isaiah Hofer

Aidan Hogle

Hunter Holman

Melia Holsather

William Honey

Pablo Huaracha

Quin Hutchins

Robert Hutchinson

Sadie Jamison

Kaleo Jandoc

Madison Jansen

Lucas Jarmusch

Kayla Johnson

Rachel Jones

Harrison Joss

Madalen Kangas

Harpreet Kaur

Hannah Kayser

Rainy Kiel

Ryan Kleindel

Mason Knudson

Christian Koop

Carson Korous

Emmanuelle Kroontje

Aidan Landry

Kenneth Langley

Qaiden Lohman

Evalin Lohrer

Kathryn Lohrer

Faith Long

Briana Lopez Rodriguez

Bethany Lopez Villa

Noa Lovegren

Devin Luna

Gilbert Luna

Mia Magana

Kaley Maldonado

Maria Marquez

Karmen Martinez

Sarah Mata

The following community-minded businesses congratulate the Lynden graduates and wish them success! Al’s Electric & Plumbing

All Season Spraying

City Hair

Curt Maberry Farms Inc.

DeKoster Excavating Inc.

Everson Auction

Fairway Drug

302 Hawley St., Lynden 360-354-2187

309 Grover St., Lynden 360-354-0538

EPL FEED LLC

Lynden 360-354-3335

697 Loomis Trail Rd., Lynden 360-354-4504

Bode’s Precast Inc. 1861 E. Pole Rd., Everson 360-354-3912

8631 Depot Rd., Lynden 360-815-7129

411 W. Front St., Sumas 360-988-5811

7291 Everson Goshen Rd., Everson 360-966-0342

Fairway Center, Lynden 360-354-1226

Jim’s Automotive Experts

Keith Cox Autobahn

LTI Inc. / Milky Way

102 E. Main St., Everson 360-966-4440

1814 Ellis St., Bellingham 360-733-2721

Lynden

Boice-Raplee-Ross Accounting & Tax Services Inc.

304 Front St., Lynden 360-354-4565

Dutch Treat

206 3rd St., Lynden 360-354-2003

Ferndale Record

Cat Country Resort 6912 Mecklem Rd., Everson 360-966-4342

Eagle Contracting 210 Hawley St., Lynden 360-318-9726

Hinton Chevrolet Buick

www.ferndalerecord.com

8139 Guide Meridian, Lynden 360-354-2129 www.hintonmotors.com

Lynden Denture Clinic

Lynden School District #504

Clayton Sulek, Denturist 1610 Grover St. Ste. B9, Lynden 360-318-0880

516 Main St., Lynden 360-354-4443


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Lynden High School, Cont.

Patrick Mather

Jayden Mauckduff

Ethan McCaig

Michael McKenzie

Jordan Medcalf

Elvis Medrano

Luis Mendez Mendoza

Alivia Miller

Angelyn Moore

Jett Moore

Max Moore

Matthew Morgan

Madison Munkres

Piper O'Neill

Brooklyn Oetting

Duke Ohligschlager

Karis Oommen

Moriah Owsley

Jonathan Palomar

Becky Paulino

Ava Peach

Carter Peach

Cristian Perez Yoc

Maddison Phillips

Braeden Powell

Dakota Prosser

Josiah Puderbaugh

Nicole Quiroz Nava

Emma Ramerman

Riley Riley

Ian Rodriguez

Ignacio Rodriguez

Lydia Rodriguez

Clara Roorda

Anthony Sanchez

Jesenia Santos

Luke Scarlett

Parker Segaar

Mackenzie Sharp

Matthew Shelley

Cade Slayton

Amanda Sloane

Ian Slocum

Nicole Smith

Danaya Snavely

Hailey Solis

Landon Sorensen

Tyler Swarthout

Antonieta Tambriz Tzep

Merry Tamminga

Abigail Tiesinga

Ruby Togi

Jacob Tucker

Aaron Valley

Taivin Vandalen

Grace Vandekop

Harrison Vandekop

Chevi Vandenberg

Isaac Vanderveen

Olivia Vandeveen

Jonathon Vasquez

Zachary Vavra

Catherine Vazquez

Samantha Villars

The following community-minded businesses congratulate the Lynden graduates and wish them success! Lynden Service Center 700 Grover St., Lynden 360-354-2611

Nooksack Valley Disposal & Recycling Inc. 250 Birch Bay-Lynden Rd., Lynden 360-354-3400

Shots 2 Go Espresso 119 E. Smith Rd., Bellingham 360-398-9239

Lynden Tribune & Print Co.

M & M Floral

Maberry Packing

816 Loomis Trail Rd., Lynden 360-354-8182

Muljat Group North

113 6th St., Lynden • 360-354-4444 www.lyndentribune.com

5453 Guide Meridian, Bellingham 360-398-1315 mandmfloral.com

North Pacific Concrete Pumping

Northwest Surveying & GPS

Point S Zylstra Tire

Schouten Construction LLC

Lynden, WA 360-354-1900

Sorensen Truck & Equipment Repair 8195 Hannegan Rd., Lynden 360-318-1000

407 5th St., Lynden 360-354-1950

Van’s Plumbing & Electric 307 19th St., Lynden 360-354-2171

501 Grover St., Lynden 360-354-4493

Vavra Auto Body

411 Nooksack Ave., Nooksack 360-966-4444

505 Front St., Lynden 360-354-4242

Lynden • 360-815-0332

Westlyn Feed 910 H St., Lynden 360-354-0799


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Lynden High School, Cont.

Trinity Visser

Keara Wagner

Perry Wakatsuki

Emrey Zacarias

Moses Zamudio

Case Zweegman

2022

Cody Wallace

Congrats, Grads! Mia Ward

Thea Willemsen

Ethan Wilson

Abigail Yaravoy

Lynden Christian School

Micah Arneson

Becca Ball

Nathan Bocci

Eli Bootsma

Jake Bos

Kennedy Bos

Levi Bos

Crew Bosman

Judah Bouma

Libby Bouwman

James Boyle

Tristan Brink

Matthew Burrows

Aleya Carson

Will Colwell

Paige Corkill

Joseph Cunningham

Cole DeBoer

Ava Decker

Denver DeJong

Sydni DeKoster

Andrew deRegt

Payton deRuyter

Charley Dykstra

Anna Engels

Maya Ewing

Collin Gray

Jozie Gripp

Ty Hagen

Carly Hayden

Ian Heggem

Jorja Heldoorn

The following community-minded businesses congratulate the Lynden Christian graduates and wish them success! Al’s Electric & Plumbing

All Season Spraying

CB Fabricating Metal Flashing

City Hair

302 Hawley St., Lynden 360-354-2187

Lynden 360-354-3335

7157 Guide Meridian Ste 3, Lynden 360-398-1131

309 Grover St., Lynden 360-354-0538

Dutch Treat

Eagle Contracting

206 3rd St., Lynden 360-354-2003

Hinton Chevrolet Buick 8139 Guide Meridian, Lynden 360-354-2129 www.hintonmotors.com

Bode’s Precast Inc. 1861 E. Pole Rd., Everson 360-354-3912

Curt Maberry Farms Inc.

697 Loomis Trail Rd., Lynden 360-354-4504

EPL FEED LLC

210 Hawley St., Lynden 360-318-9726

411 W. Front St., Sumas 360-988-5811

Jim’s Automotive Experts

Keith Cox Autobahn

102 E. Main St., Everson 360-966-4440

1814 Ellis St., Bellingham 360-733-2721

Boice-Raplee-Ross Accounting & Tax Services Inc.

Cat Country Resort

304 Front St., Lynden 360-354-4565

6912 Mecklem Rd., Everson 360-966-4342

DeKoster Excavating Inc.

DeYoung & Roosma Construction

8631 Depot Rd., Lynden 360-815-7129

Everson Auction

7291 Everson Goshen Rd., Everson 360-966-0342

LTI Inc. / Milky Way Lynden

141 Wood Creek Dr., Lynden 360-354-3374

Fairway Drug

Fairway Center, Lynden 360-354-1226

Lynden Denture Clinic Clayton Sulek, Denturist 1610 Grover St. Ste. B9, Lynden 360-318-0880


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Lynden Christian School, Cont.

Sam Hiemstra

Jamison Hintz

Andrew Hommes

Bethany Huizenga

Andrew Jewell

Kaitlyn Joostens

Lexi Kaptein

Sierra Kruyswijk

Caleb Langstraat

Amanda Lenssen

Katrina Luce

Roman Meenk

Kayden Mellema

Mayson Mellema

Bryce Muljat

Peyton Ogle

Zac Owen

Joy Park

Sam Penner

Eva Rasmussen

Austin Rinesmith

Kaite Roetcisoender

Zoe Roorda

Caleb Ryan

Ryleigh Schmitt

Reagan Schouten

Cali Sieving

Megan Smit

Shannon Smith

David Sobba

Janessa Stadt

Ian Sterk

Soren Stremler

Libby Stump

Andrew Tanner

Micah TenPas

Morgan Terpstra

Mack Timmer

Kenna VanDalen

Lathan VanderLeest

Nathan VanderVelden

Caleb VanDyken

Emma VanHofwegen

JoeyVanHofwegen

Alli VanKooten

Carter VanLoo

Aidan Veltkamp

Amanda Veltkamp

Simone Veltkamp

Lucy Walker

Claire Wiersma

Gray Wilkinson

Richard Wilson

Lucas VanHofwegen Tyler VanHofwegen

Levi Westra

Olivia Whitehead

Congratulations!

The following community-minded businesses congratulate the Lynden Christian graduates and wish them success! Lynden Service Center

M & M Floral

Maberry Packing

700 Grover St., Lynden 360-354-2611

5453 Guide Meridian, Bellingham 360-398-1315 mandmfloral.com

816 Loomis Trail Rd., Lynden 360-354-8182

North Pacific Concrete Pumping

Northwest Surveying & GPS

Point S Zylstra Tire

Lynden, WA 360-354-1900

Sorensen Truck & Equipment Repair 8195 Hannegan Rd., Lynden 360-318-1000

407 5th St., Lynden 360-354-1950

Vanderpol & Maas Inc. Truck & Automotive Service 228 Bay Lyn Dr., Lynden 360-354-3000

501 Grover St., Lynden 360-354-4493

Van’s Plumbing & Electric 307 19th St., Lynden 360-354-2171

Muljat Group North 505 Front St., Lynden 360-354-4242

Nooksack Valley Disposal & Recycling Inc. 250 Birch Bay-Lynden Rd., Lynden 360-354-3400

Schouten Construction LLC

Shots 2 Go Espresso

Lynden • 360-815-0332

119 E. Smith Rd., Bellingham 360-398-9239

Vavra Auto Body

Westlyn Feed

411 Nooksack Ave., Nooksack 360-966-4444

910 H St., Lynden 360-354-0799


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Mount Baker High School

Franky Abitia

Brent Anderson

Jake Anderson

Trinity Anderson

Eder Asencio

Ryan Atchley

Grace Baker

Brody Barnes

Davin Beason

Finley Bell

Bodhi Beltran

Karder Blow

Madison Bock

Thayer Brown

Alaura Cates

Alyssa Chadwick

Jesse Collins-Dyck

Eryna Collins

Emma Cook

Ashlyn Cooper

Samantha Corcoran

Kerianna Cronk

Draven Davis

Tucker Davis

Dakota Drake

Madison Dugger

Jesse Dunn

Piper Estabrook

Alexis Eubanks

Collin Favro

Lucas Figueroa

Evellina Fisenko

Anika Giarde

Carter Gustafson

Autumn Hadeen

Kaitlyn Hadeen

Madisen Harper

Brielle Holz

Caleb Horsmon

Jordon Hughes

Camryn Jewell

Jimmy Johnson

Selena Kentner

Tyler Kentner

Ava Loeb

Xander Loos

Arturo Lopez

Mataya Mann

Melissa Markowicz

Oliver Martin

Atticus McCurdy

Bruno McCurdy

Aliyah Moa

Taylor Norris

William O'Donnell

Jomei Omeasoo

Reuben Peralez

Wyatt Pettigrew

Drake Pickett

Destiny Jefferson James

Yana Lukyanchina Alexis Raymond Magallano

Gage Morgan

Christina Mymrin

The following community-minded businesses congratulate the Mount Baker graduates and wish them success! Acme General Store Acme 360-595-2146

Keith Cox Autobahn 1814 Ellis St., Bellingham 360-733-2721

The Salon Next Door Mt. Baker Hwy/Nugents Corner 360-592-9304

Boice-Raplee-Ross Accounting & Tax Services Inc.

304 Front St., Lynden 360-354-4565

LTI Inc. / Milky Way

Canyon Hydro

Everson Auction

411 W. Front St., Sumas 360-988-5811

7291 Everson Goshen Rd., Everson 360-966-0342

M & M Floral

Nooksack Valley Disposal & Recycling Inc.

North Pacific Concrete Pumping

Lynden

5453 Guide Meridian, Bellingham 360-398-1315 mandmfloral.com

Shots 2 Go Espresso

Sorensen Truck & Equipment Repair

119 E. Smith Rd., Bellingham 360-398-9239

EPL FEED LLC

Deming 360-592-5552

8195 Hannegan Rd., Lynden 360-318-1000

250 Birch Bay-Lynden Rd., Lynden 360-354-3400

Van’s Plumbing & Electric 307 19th St., Lynden 360-354-2171

Lynden, WA 360-354-1900

Vavra Auto Body

411 Nooksack Ave., Nooksack 360-966-4444


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Mount Baker High School, Cont.

2022

William Polly-Cole

Luke Ray

Taite Reardon

Victoria Rinard

Kevin Rios Torres

Emily Romanyuk

Kaitlyn Rosenburg

Cailin Rutledge

Al Tajji Samuya

Jesse Sande

Megan Schmidt

Zetta Schmidt

Montanna Scott

Ariana Seid

Alec Seymour

Orion Shepardson

Jessica Shpak

Nathaniel Smith

Madalyn Tenkley

Bailey Torres

Kevin Tucker

Madelyn Valum

Hazel Vanbuskirk

Kaytlin Vanderhorst

NOT PICTURED: Jake Lagervall Ricardo Mendoza Cassidy Smith Cameran Tucker

Ryker Vanderveen

Riley Vanrijswijck

Luis Villatoro

Caleb Wagar

Blake Welters

Christopher Whitehead

Crystal Williams

Way to go Grads! 2022

Meridian High School

Kayla Aalpoel

Eduardo Aguilera

Katelynn Ahern

Luke Aument

Dane Beck

LeRoy Bell

Michael Bender

Zander Bergman

Jack Bernardy

Owen Bernardy

Isaac Berschauer

Kadance Blankers

Bianca Botello

Oliver Brown Patricio

Robby Brown

Jaelyn Bruner

s n o i t a l u t a r g Con s e t a u d a r G ! s e h s i W t s and Be karen@karentimmer.com | 360-410-0848 | www.KarenTimmer.com


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Meridian High School, Cont.

Eric Carr

Finnley Claeys

Ellie DeWaard

Karanveer Dhaliwal

Harman Dhillon

Andrew Eldred

Averi Evans

Allison Fox

Carly Frombly

Kyrollos Ghaly

Isaac Giffin

Jennasea Gray

Tyler Graybill

Gwenyth Greiner

Joshua Groen

Jordan Hallmark

Edward Hanson

Hector Harrison

Tucker Harrison

Thomas Higgie

Jolena Hoefer

Savannah Hudson

Owen Hughes

Issac Iredale

Skyleigh James

Bryce Johnson

Ambarpreet Kaur

Melissa Kelly

Johnathin Kempf-Hernandez

Cameron Koivisto

Simon Litovchenko

Claire Manookin

Corbin Marshall

Hunter McKim

Eliana Neustedt

Baylee Parker

Gary Rempp

Landon Rische

Kevin Rivera-Mendoza

Michael Roberson

Dayana Salcido

Jerisa Sandlund

Luis Santos-Guzman

Daniel Short

Malaysia Smith

Marjorie Sotelo

Mayah Torok

Harry Truong

NOT PICTURED: Travis Andrews Braiden Blackwelder Isabella Bowers Andraya Cardona Giovanni Contreras Tyler Uribe

Evan VanderYacht

Elliott Egger Laissa Escamilla Cristina Esquivel Thomas Goff Carlos Hernandez Andrew Hiatt

Daniel Hofbauer Oscar Huaracha Mustafa Ibraheem Noah Nelsen Justin Snook Kiana Ultreras

Sydney Zandstra

Senior Spotlights: DeWaard Continued from C4

school for four years. Who is your role model – and why? My greatest role models (because I couldn’t just pick one of them) are my parents. My mom is always there for me whether it is just to listen or if it is to give ad-

vice, and that is something I really admire. She is a very genuine and loving person, and I strive to be like that also. I really admire my dad because he is the most generous hardworking person I know. He works so hard to provide for my family, and is so generous to others on top of that. What do you hope to be doing

in five years? In 10 years? In 20 years? In five years I hope to be in my first year of physical therapy school! In 10 years I plan to be working as a physical therapist, hopefully with a family and a dog. In 20 years, I just hope that I am happy and living a life I love. It’s pretty hard to predict the future, and I’m just trying to enjoy every

day like it could be my last. What is the most important thing in your life, and why? The most important thing in my life is the relationships that I have made. Without relationships with other people, life is meaningless. Who is the most important

person in your life, and why? It is impossible for me to pick one person as the most important person in my life. There are so many people that have loved on me and helped me through things that I can’t just pick one person. My family is definitely the most important people to me, they are always there for me and never fail to put a smile on my face.

The following community-minded businesses congratulate the Meridian graduates and wish them success! Boice-Raplee-Ross Accounting & Tax Services Inc.

304 Front St., Lynden 360-354-4565

LTI Inc. / Milky Way Lynden

Shots 2 Go Espresso 119 E. Smith Rd., Bellingham 360-398-9239

EPL FEED LLC

411 W. Front St., Sumas 360-988-5811

Lynden Tribune & Print Co.

Everson Auction

7291 Everson Goshen Rd., Everson 360-966-0342

M & M Floral

Ferndale Record

Keith Cox Autobahn

www.ferndalerecord.com

1814 Ellis St., Bellingham 360-733-2721

Meridian Equipment

North Pacific Concrete Pumping

113 6th St., Lynden • 360-354-4444 www.lyndentribune.com

5453 Guide Meridian, Bellingham 360-398-1315 mandmfloral.com

5946 Guide Meridian, Bellingham 360-398-2141

Sorensen Truck & Equipment Repair

Van’s Plumbing & Electric

Vaughn Hagen, CPA, P.S.

8195 Hannegan Rd., Lynden 360-318-1000

307 19th St., Lynden 360-354-2171

1015 Dupont St., Bellingham 360-671-6961

Lynden, WA 360-354-1900

Vavra Auto Body

411 Nooksack Ave., Nooksack 360-966-4444


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Nooksack Valley High School

Yarali Alcaraz Fernandez Cristal Bautista Lopez Anthony Benavides-Morillon

Jordan Bennett

Nathan Blaak

Andrew Brooks

Gerrit Bruland

Luis Cruz-Cruz

Nicholas Dykstra

Logan Encinias

Aaliyah Feathers

Hailey Ferreira

Aiden Foisy

Angel Garcia

Lizandro Garcia Pichardo

Kennedy Hance

Brandon Harry Roberts

Dylan Heinzen

Jonathan Cruz Pascual

Ethan Foote

Alyssa Cunnington

Gonzalo Garcia Carmen Selly Garcia Gonzalez

Glendy Calmo-Jeronimo

Zachary Heinzen

Marlene Hernandez

Daryon Hicks

Renae Hoekema

Micah Hofman

Karsen Hubby

Athena Jane Jackson

James Jones

Juan Jose-Cruz

Jabes Jose-Guzman

Dawson Kimball

Avari Kolb

Emily Leininger

Gabriella Levine

Jose Lopez Lopez

Fredy Lopez-Garcia

Jayden Loreen

Madison MacInnis

Katie Marteny

Fredy Mejia Cristobal

Gabriela Mendez

Stacey Mendoza

Alyvia Mergel

Tehya Moore

Sierra Neitling

Isabella Nolasco-Martin

McKenzie O'Bryan

America Oettel

Emilio Pablo Perez

Paxton Padden

Lindsey Perez

Peyton Peterson

Senior Spotlights: Bruland Continued from C3

out to you and to get things done you have to put in effort and time. The greatest thing I gained from Nooksack Valley is a great group of friends that will all lead successful lives of their own. Who is your role model – and why? My greatest role model is my grandpa Paul Naber, who served the people of

Lynden and Sumas for almost 11 years as a pharmacist. Before that he set up a multitude of pharmacies across the Puget Sound. He always is on top of his research and always insist the best care for individuals in any part of life. Not to mention his need to get to know everyone. His dedication is truly admirable. What do you hope to be doing in 5 years? In 10 years? In 20 years?

In 5, 10, 20 years I plan to have my career sorted out with a good wage to provide for a family, a dog, a house with some land, and many hobbies. What is the most important thing in your life, and why? The most important things in my life are my dog Dexter, the gym, and work. These things keep me company and a provide place to get away from people when I need

a break or something to do. Who is the most important person in your life, and why? There have been so many people that have had a positive impact on my life that I cannot choose one most important person. My friends, family, and teammates have always been supportive and there for when I need them.

The following community-minded businesses congratulate the Nooksack Valley graduates and wish them success! Bode’s Precast Inc. 1861 E. Pole Rd., Everson 360-354-3912

Boice-Raplee-Ross Accounting & Tax Services Inc.

304 Front St., Lynden 360-354-4565

Jim’s Automotive Experts

Keith Cox Autobahn

North Pacific Concrete Pumping

Shots 2 Go Espresso

102 E. Main St., Everson 360-966-4440

Lynden, WA 360-354-1900

1814 Ellis St., Bellingham 360-733-2721

119 E. Smith Rd., Bellingham 360-398-9239

Eagle Contracting 210 Hawley St., Lynden 360-318-9726

LTI Inc. / Milky Way

EPL FEED LLC

7291 Everson Goshen Rd., Everson 360-966-0342

M & M Floral

Nooksack Valley Disposal & Recycling Inc.

Lynden

5453 Guide Meridian, Bellingham 360-398-1315 mandmfloral.com

Sorensen Truck & Equipment Repair

Van’s Plumbing & Electric

8195 Hannegan Rd., Lynden 360-318-1000

Everson Auction

411 W. Front St., Sumas 360-988-5811

307 19th St., Lynden 360-354-2171

250 Birch Bay-Lynden Rd., Lynden 360-354-3400

Vavra Auto Body

411 Nooksack Ave., Nooksack 360-966-4444


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Nooksack Valley High School, Cont.

Natalie Pike

Angelina Ramirez

Jordan Silva

Avery Stremler

Eduardo Ramirez-McElroy Jordyn Relethford

Alejandra Suarez

Jayden Sullivan

Alyssa Ricketts

Ethan Rutledge

Armando Santiago Cruz

Aunika Sherwood

Sonya Swanaset-Morris

Ella Thompson

Jacob Tresselt

James Triplett

NOT PICTURED:

Jesus Apreza-Ortega Erawyn Wynia

JoLea Turner

Nicole Valentine

Ellie VanBerkum

Preston VanMersbergen

Marilyn Velazquez

Nicole Vermeer

McKenna Wichers

Congratulations Class of 2022! We're proud to tell our readers of your achievements and hope as you meet your futures head on, we will continue to hear about your accomplishments from whatever path your life takes.

2022

Cornerstone Christian School

Reagan Berends

Madelyn Brown

Brent DeMooy

Taya Dykstra

Thomas Heystek

Joel Hofford

Samuel Kleyn

Kierijan Kottelenberg

Alayna Leyenhorst

Levi Sytsma

Taya Tjoelker

Desiree Veldman

Lewis Hofford

Caleb Kingma

The following community-minded businesses congratulate the Cornerstone graduates and wish them success! Boice-Raplee-Ross Accounting & Tax Services Inc.

304 Front St., Lynden 360-354-4565

Keith Cox Autobahn 1814 Ellis St., Bellingham 360-733-2721

North Pacific Concrete Pumping Lynden, WA 360-354-1900

EPL FEED LLC

Everson Auction

411 W. Front St., Sumas 360-988-5811

7291 Everson Goshen Rd., Everson 360-966-0342

LTI Inc. / Milky Way

Lynden Tribune & Print Co.

Lynden

Shots 2 Go Espresso 119 E. Smith Rd., Bellingham 360-398-9239

Ferndale Record www.ferndalerecord.com

M & M Floral

113 6th St., Lynden • 360-354-4444 www.lyndentribune.com

5453 Guide Meridian, Bellingham 360-398-1315 mandmfloral.com

Sorensen Truck & Equipment Repair

Van’s Plumbing & Electric

8195 Hannegan Rd., Lynden 360-318-1000

307 19th St., Lynden 360-354-2171

Jim’s Automotive Experts 102 E. Main St., Everson 360-966-4440

Nooksack Valley Disposal & Recycling Inc. 250 Birch Bay-Lynden Rd., Lynden 360-354-3400

Vavra Auto Body

411 Nooksack Ave., Nooksack 360-966-4444


2022 GRADUATES

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Lynden Academy

Matthew Beebe

Ivy Bento

Jaylen Broersma

Brandon Calvert

Lelu Cornelius

Ashlee Davis

Matthew Enertson

Taifa Farias

Daniel Greer

Lucas Gunderson

Houston Henderson

Jared Hoefakker

Erin Jones

Laci Kooienga

Morgan Lagerwey

Kayla Machado

Andrew Martin

Reagan Neff

Genevieve Nygren

Ruben Perry

Rachael Reed

Rebecca Silva

Mya Skrocki

Tatyanna Sparks

Emmi Tjoelker

Caroline Van Beek

Bret Vander Veen

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Scholarships, from C4 Lynden Christian

Rebecca Ball- Biola University President’s Academic Scholarship, Biola Elevate Award Eli Bootsma- Wheaton College Presidential Scholarship, Wheaton College Aequitas Program Scholarship Levi Bos- Andgar Corporation Construction Worker Award Crew Bosman- Grand Canyon University Christian Schools Consortium Scholarship , Friends of Lynden Christian Scholarship William Colwell- Grand Canyon University Provost Scholarship, Grand Canyon University Christian Schools Consortium Scholarship Paige Corkill- Dordt University Presidential Scholarship, Dordt University Herbert & Bernace Korthuis Lynden Christian Scholarship, Dordt University Alumni Scholarship, Dordt University Women’s Track Athletic Scholarship, Mt. Baker Rotary Scholarship Joseph Cunningham- Biola University Academic Scholarship Ava Decker- Lipscomb University Academic Scholarship, Lipscomb University Presidential Scholarship, Rotary Club of Bellingham Foundation Scholarship, Bellingham-Whatcom County Professional Firefighters Memorial Scholarship, Ludden Memorial Scholarship Sydni DeKoster- Bellingham-Whatcom County Professional Firefighters Memorial Scholarship, Mt. Baker Rotary Scholarship Andrew deRegt- Dordt University Cheer Team Athletic Activity Scholarship, Herbert and Bernace Korthuis Lynden Christian Scholarship, Dordt University Honors Scholarship, Dordt University RU-STEM Scholars Program Scholarship, Ludden Memorial Scholarship Anna Engels- Point Loma Nazarene University Trustees Academic Scholarship,

Bellingham-Whatcom County Professional Firefighters Memorial Scholarship Maya Ewing- Bellingham-Whatcom County Professional Firefighters Memorial Scholarship, Friends of Lynden Christian Scholarship, Ludden Memorial Scholarship Tyler Hagen- Northwest Nazarene University Wesley Academic Scholarship, Bill Egbers Memorial Scholarship, Mt. Baker Rotary Scholarship Carly Hayden- Friends of Lynden Christian Scholarship Sam Hiemstra- Dordt University Men’s Soccer Athletic Scholarship, Dordt University Honors Scholarship Jamison Hintz- Arizona Christian University Football Athletic Scholarship, Andrew Hommes- Point Loma Nazarene University Men’s Basketball Athletic Scholarship, Point Loma Nazarene University Bresee Academic Scholarship Bethany Huizenga- Judson University Dean’s Scholarship, Judson University Theatre Scholarship, Sisu Children’s Fund Scholarship, Friends of Lynden Christian Scholarship Kaitlyn Joostens- Mt. Baker Rotary Scholarship Alexa Kaptein- Eastern Washington University Presidential Scholarship Sierra Kruyswijk- Arizona Christian University Women’s Soccer Athletic Scholarship Amanda Lenssen- Lyle Rader Agricultural Scholarship, Whatcom County Dairy Women Judy Scholten Memorial Scholarship, Skagit Farm Supply Scholarship, Mt. Baker Rotary Scholarship Katrina Luce- Randall L. DeBoer Memorial Scholarship Kayden Mellema- Andgar Corporation Construction Worker Award

Bryce Muljat- Dallas Baptist University Christian Leadership Scholarship, Dallas Baptist University Christian Service Scholarship, Dallas Baptist University Dean’s Honor Award Peyton Ogle- Washington State School Retirees’ Robert J. Handy Scholarship, Mt. Baker Rotary Scholarship, Biola Univesrity Provost’s Academic Scholarship Zachariah Owen- Grand Canyon University Christian Schools Consortium Scholarship Samuel Penner- Grand Canyon University Christian Schools Consortium Scholarship Katie Roetcisoender- George Fox University Merit Scholarship, George Fox University Summit Scholarship Zoe Roorda- Mt. Baker Rotary Scholarship Caleb Ryan- Liberty University Academic Scholarship, Roy Georgeff Scholarship Reagan Schouten- Arizona Christian Women’s Volleyball Athletic Scholarship Shannon Smith- Hope College Alumni Honors Scholarship, Road to Hope Award Janessa Stadt- Mt. Baker Rotary Scholarship, Ludden Memorial Scholarship Ian Sterk- Western Washington University Admissions Achievement Award Elizabeth Stump- University of Montana Women’s Basketball Athletic Scholarship Andrew Tanner- Whitworth University Scholarship, Whitworth University Young Life Scholarship Micah TenPas- Biola University Provost Scholarship, John Fassett Memorial Scholarship Morgan Terpstra- Liberty University Academic Scholarship Emma VanHofwegen- Dordt University Presidential Scholarship, Mt. Baker Rotary Scholarship, Ludden Memorial Scholarship Joseph VanHofwegen- Dordt University President Scholarship, Dordt University

Herbert & Bernace Korthuis Lynden Christian Scholarship, Dordt University Jeff & Kay Moore Freshman Business Scholarship, Dordt University Men’s Soccer Athletic Scholarship Lucas VanHofwegen- Northwest Nazarene University Riley Academic Scholarship, Northwest Nazarene Universtiy Christian Education Scholarship, NNU Incentive Music Scholarship Tyler VanHofwegen- Dordt University Men’s Soccer Athletic Scholarship, Dordt University Honors Scholarship, Dordt University Adelene Haverhals Scholarship Allison VanKooten- Northwest University Women’s Basketball Athletic Scholarship, Northwest University Dean’s Academic Scholarship Carter VanLoo- Dordt University Collegiate Scholarship, Lyle Rader Agricultural Scholarship, Mt. Baker Rotary Scholarship Aidan Veltkamp- Calvin University Trustee’s Scholarship, Calvin University Legacy Award, Calvin University Eelkema Family Scholarship, Calvin University William and Janice (Roosma) Van Dyke Scholarship Simone Veltkamp- Point Loma Nazarene University President’s Scholarship Levi Westra- Calvin University President’s Scholarship, Calvin University Jack Veenstra Scholarship, Calvin University Legacy Scholarship, George F. Hoksbergen Scholarship, BIAWC Scholarship, Ludden Memorial Scholarship Olivia Whitehead- Northwest University Academic Scholarship Claire Wiersma- Point Loma Nazarene University Provost Academic Scholarship, BIAWC Scholarship Richard Wilson- Biola Academic Scholarship, Biola University President’s Academic Scholarship

Lynden Dawson Merrill Adams: Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Jake Maberry Memorial; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Mr. And Mrs. Gale Wallace Memorial Ashlyn Paige Alexander: Whatcom Dollars For Scholars-Kiwanis Club Of Bellingham Kate Isabella Allen: Western Washington University Academic; Lynden Scholarship Foundation; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Mr. And Mrs. Gale Wallace Memorial Sage Marie Anderson: Mt. Baker Rotary Club; Biola University Presidents Scholarship; Queen Anne Alumni; Whatcom Dollars For Scholars-Bellingham Anesthesis Associates; P.E.O; Kelly Foundation; Bellingham/Whatcom Firefighters Benevolent Foundation; Sofia Milstead Memorial; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Eddie Wilson, Student Athletic

Manager Memorial; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Mr. And Mrs. Gale Wallace Memorial Edgar Alexis Antonio: College Bound Scholarship Mia Annelise Apps: Lynden FFA; Mt. Baker Rotary Club; Sofia Milstead Memorial; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Lyle Rader Agricultural; Northwest Washington Fair Foundation Hannah Joy Rose Armerding: College Bound Scholarship Hayley Faith Basart: Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Mr. And Mrs. Gale Wallace Memorial Shawn Singh Bhangal: Western Scholars Award; Bhangal, WWU Admissions Achievement Award; College Bound Scholarship Haley S. Biemold: Deming Logging Show; Lynden FFA; Mt. Baker Rotary Club; Whatcom Dairy Women; Gene Forrest-

er Memorial; Whatcom Dollars For Scholars- Harold Vanberkum Memorial; Washington State University Academic; Washington State University Alive; Sofia Milstead Memorial; Lynden Ferndale International Masonic Lodge; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Garth Francisco Memorial; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Mr. And Mrs. Gale Wallace Memorial; Northwest Washington Fair Foundation Abigail Grace Boyd: Mt. Baker Rotary Club; Montana State University Blue And Gold; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Jake Maberry Memorial; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Lynden Middle & Senior Scholarship Isaac Olaf Bredeson: College Bound Scholarship See Scholarships on C16


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Scholarships, CONT.

Scholarships continued from C15 Melissa Erin Brossow: Whatcom Community College Foundation Scholarship Cassandra Maria De La Lu Castaneda: Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Avid; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Resilient; College Bound Scholarship Danna Emily Cruz: Careers That Work; Cascade Farms Outstanding Student Bailey Madison Cuellar: Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Mr. And Mrs. Gale Wallace Memorial Manraj Singh Deol: Western Washington University; College Bound Scholarship Luke Eriksen: Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Elmer Clarkson Alexis Escobar: Western Washington Multi-Cultural Patricia Flores-Luna: Western Washington University Multicultural Achievement Program (Map); Western Washington University Administration Achievement; Western Washington University Scholars Award; College Bound Scholarship Sadie Anne Furdyk: Montana State University Blue And Gold Jackson James Graddon: Washington State Regents; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Gaylon And Joanne Vanderyacht Charlotte Emmalynn Greene: Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Howard Heppner; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Wcc Roy Georgeff Harveer Kaur Grewal: Western Washington

University Academic Achievement; College Bound Scholarship Claire Donna Habig: Sofia Milstead Memorial; Lynden Scholarship Foundation; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Tony Wilson Memorial; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-American Legion; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Mr. And Mrs. Gale Wallace Memorial Madeline Grace Harrell: Careers That Work; College Bound Scholarship Amayrani Lizeth Hernandez: College Bound Scholarship Aidan Kirkland Hogle: Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Mr. And Mrs. Gale Wallace Memorial; Andgar Construction Worker Pablo Huaracha: College Bound Scholarship Quin Jeremiah Hutchins: Sofia Milstead Memorial Quin Jeremiah Hutchins: Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Mr. And Mrs. Gale Wallace Memorial Rachel Sultana Jones: Washington State Distinguished University Achievement; Lynden Scholarship Foundation; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Curt Maberry Memorial; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Mr. And Mrs. Gale Wallace Memorial Hannah Mae Kayser: Gray’s Harbor Wrestling Christian Matthew Koop: College Bound Scholarship Emmanuelle Estelle Kroontje: Mt. Baker Rotary Club; Sofia Milstead Memorial; Northwest Washington Fair Foundation

Briana Lopez Rodriguez: College Bound Scholarship Bethany E. Lopez Villa: Lynden Scholarship Foundation-First Generation Elizabeth Madrigal: Careers That Work Karmen Elida Mckenzie Martinez: Lynden Scholarship Foundation Sarah Emily Mata: College Bound Scholarship Angelyn Danielle Moore: Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Mr. And Mrs. Gale Wallace Memorial; College Bound Scholarship Duke Adrian Ohligschlager: Mt. Baker Rotary Club Karis Kavita Oommen: Whatcom Dollars For Scholars-North Cascades Audubon Society Scholarship Jonathan Orlando Palomar: College Bound Scholarship Ava Grace Peach: Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Mr. And Mrs. Gale Wallace Memorial Braeden Christopher Powell: Notre Dame College Dean; Notre Dame College Athletic Nicole Quiroz Nava: Lynden Scholarship Foundation; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Curt Maberry Memorial; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Hazel Anderson; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Phil Davies Memorial; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Mr. And Mrs. Gale Wallace Memorial Lydia Marie Rodriguez: Whatcom Community Foundation-Workforce Education Incentive Student Scholarship; Northwest Washington Fair Foundation Gabriella Esmeralda Tambriz Gomez:

Whatcom Community Foundation-Cascade Natural Gas; Mt. Baker Rotary Club; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Resilient Jacob Richard Tucker: Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Briley Benner; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Lynden Education Association Aaron R. Valley: Lynden Lions Club; Lynden Scholarship Foundation; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Garth Francisco Memorial; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Lynden Kiwanis Grace Jordan Vandekop: Mt. Baker Rotary Club Harrison Johannes Charle Vandekop: Mt. Baker Rotary Club; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Mr. And Mrs. Gale Wallace Memorial; Arizona State University Provost Chevi Jo Vandenberg: Careers That Work Olivia Grace Vanderveen: Skagit Farmer Supply; Mt. Baker Rotary Club; Northwest Washington Fair Foundation Alberto Jonathon Vasquez-Mendoza: College Bound Scholarship Cody Wyatt Wallace: Western Washington University Academic; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Mr. And Mrs. Gale Wallace Memorial Case Zweegman: Mt. Baker Rotary Club; Lynden Memorial Scholarship; Northwest Dairy Association; Lynden Lions; Bellingham/Whatcom County Fire Fighters; Sofia Milstead Memorial; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Tony Wilson Memorial; Lynden Scholarship Foundation-Lynden Middle & Senior Scholarship

Meridian Kayla Aalpoel: SISU Children’s Fund; George Fox Merit scholarship; George Fox Duke scholarship; CIIC Consortium of Independent Immunology Clinics; Ewing C. Kelly Scholarship; Hannah Dashiell Memorial Scholarship; Lytton First Nation scholarship; Trans-Ocean Products Scholarship; Meridian Public School Foundation Ed Nelson Endowment Scholarship Luke Aument: Meridian Public School Foundation Marion Evans Endowment Scholarship; Cordata Neighborhood Association Scholarship - Whatcom Community College Foundation Dane Beck: Cordata Neighborhood Association Scholarship - Whatcom Community College Foundation Michael Bender: Imagine America Scholarship; Meridian Public School Foundation Marion Evans Endowment Scholarship Isaac Berschauer: Meridian Public School Foundation FFA Scholarship; Meridian Public School Foundation Scholarship; Northwest University Merit Scholarship Kadance Blankers: South Puget Sound Community College Athletic Scholarship Jaelyn Bruner; Washington Opportunity Baccalaureate Scholarship; Meridian Public School Foundation Scholarship; Eastern Washington University Dean’s Scholarship Finnley Claeys: Western Washington University Athletic Scholarship; Western Washington University Admissions Achievement Award; Western Washington University Scholars Award; Meridian Public School Foundation Wiser Lake Endow-

ment Scholarship Ellie DeWaard: Mt. Baker Rotary Scholarship; Northwest University Athletic Scholarship; Northwest University Academic Scholarship; Northwest University Provost Scholarship Kyrollos Ghaly: Meridian Public School Foundation Marion Evans Endowment Scholarship; Meridian Public School Foundation Horn Scholarship; Western Washington University Multicultural Scholarship; Western Washington University Admissions Achievement Award Jennasea Gray: Careers That Work! Scholarship; Meridian Public School Foundation FFA Scholarship; Meridian Public School Foundation Atkinson Scholarship Tucker Harrison: Central Washington University Wildcat Merit Scholarship; Meridian Public School Foundation Marion Evans Endowment Scholarship Thomas Higgie: Grand Canyon University President’s Scholarship; Meridian Public School Foundation Marion Evans Endowment Scholarship; Lynden/Ferndale Masonic Lodge Scholarship Jolena Hoefer: Deming Log Show Scholarship; Meridian Public School Foundation Marion Evans Endowment Scholarship; Everett Community College Athletic Scholarship Savannah Hudson: Meridian Public School Foundation Scholarship Skyleigh James: Washington State Elks Association Most Valuable Student Scholarship; Mt. Baker Rotary Scholarship;

Meridian Public School Foundation FFA Scholarship; Meridian Education Association Scholarship; Northwest Washington Fair Foundation Scholarship Bryce Johnson: Meridian Public School Foundation Marion Evans Endowment Scholarship; Yakima Valley Community College Athletic Scholarship Ambarpreet Kaur: Meridian Public School Foundation Marion Evans Endowment Scholarship; Meridian Public School Foundation Wiser Lake Endowment Scholarship Claire Manookin: Western Washington University Ford Hill Music Scholarship; Western Washington University Admissions Achievement Award; Western Washington University Scholars Award Hunter McKim: Meridian Public School Foundation Marion Evans Endowment Scholarship; Grand Canyon University Merit Scholarship Gary Rempp: Mt. Baker Rotary Scholarship; Montana State University Achievement Scholarship Landon Rische: Dave Henderson Education Scholarship; Meridian Public School Foundation Scholarship; Meridian Public School Foundation Bouma Family Endowment Scholarship; Trinity Western University President’s Scholarship; Trinity Western University Reed Family Foundation Scholarship; Trinity Western University Athletic Scholarship; Trans-Ocean Products Scholarship Dayana Salcido: Trillium Corporation

Scholarship from Whatcom Community College Foundation Jerisa Sandlund: Daughters of the American Revolution Scholarship; Meridian Public School Foundation James Hunter Sanderson Memorial Scholarship Daniel Short: Meridian Public School Foundation Marion Evans Endowment Scholarship Malaysia Smith: Meridian Public School Foundation Atkinson Scholarship; Ottawa University of Arizona Athletic Scholarship Marjorie Sotelo: Meridian Public School Foundation Lawrence J. Zander Memorial Scholarship; Meridian Public School Foundation Mylo Watts Memorial Scholarship; Western Washington University Multicultural Achievement Award Scholarship; Western Washington University Admissions Achievement Award; Western Washington University Scholars Award Mayah Torok: Meridian Public School Foundation Scholarship; Bushnell University Athletic Scholarship; Bushnell University Academic Scholarship; Bushnell University Leadership Scholarship Harry Truong: University of Washington Academic Scholarship Kiana Ultreras: Meridian Public School Foundation Wiser Lake Endowment Scholarship; Meridian Public School Foundation Horn Scholarship Sydney Zandstra: Meridian Public School Foundation Marion Evans Endowment Scholarship; Northwest Washington Fair Foundation Scholarship

Nooksack Valley (NVSF stands for Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation) Cristal Bautista Lopez: Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Nooksack Valley Scholarship Gerrit Bruland: Nooksack Valley Athletic Club; Washington State University: Experience WSU Scholarship; Washington State University: Distinguished University Achievement Award; Everson Lion’s Club Foundation Scholarship; Washington Opportunity Scholarship; Rod Bruland Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation Saar Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Nooksack Valley Scholarship Nicholas Dykstra: Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Snider Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation Mann Memorial Scholarship Ethan Foote: Liberty University Scholarship; Trevecca University Scholarship; Colorado Christian University Scholarship; John Fasset Memorial Scholarship; Grand Canyon University: Sisu Scholarship; Mt. Baker Rotary Club; Grand Canyon University Dean’s Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation Saar Scholarship; Valley Scholarship Foundation - Best Essay Lizandro Garcia Pichardo: John Fasset Memorial Scholarship Kennedy Hance: Western Undergraduate Exchange Founder’s Blue Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship

Marlene Hernandez: Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Nooksack Valley Scholarship Renae Hoekema: Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation Saar Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Alluvial Farms Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Horn Foundation Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Nooksack Valley Scholarship Micah Hofman: Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Snider Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Nooksack Valley Scholarship Juan Jose Cruz: Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation Nooksack Valley Scholarship Dawson Kimball: Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation Nooksack Valley Scholarship Emily Leininger: University of Idaho Western Undergraduate Exchange Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Nooksack Valley Scholarship Jose Lopez Lopez: Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation Hansen Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholar-

ship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Saar Scholarship Madison MacInnis: Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation Saar Scholarship Stacey Mendoza: Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation Saar Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Nooksack Valley Scholarship Tehya Moore: Western Washington University Track and Field Scholarship; Central Washington University Track and Field (30% of Tuition); Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation Saar Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Nooksack Valley Scholarship McKenzie O’Bryan: Eastern Washington University - Presidential Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Athletic Club; Manoa Academic Merit Scholarship; Manoa Excellence Scholarship; Rod Bruland Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation Saar Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Nooksack Valley Scholarship America Oettel: Nooksack Valley Athletic Club; Everson Lion’s Club Foundation Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Saar Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Alluvial Farms Scholarship

Natalie Pike: Mt. Baker Rotary Club; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Snider Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship Jordyn Relethford: Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation Saar Scholarship Jordan Silva: Nooksack Valley Athletic Club; Everson Lion’s Club Foundation Scholarship; Central Washington University Presidential Tuition Award; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation Saar Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Nooksack Valley Scholarship Alejandra Suarez: Whatcom Community College - Spring Senior Day visit; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation Nooksack Valley Scholarship Ella Thompson: Everson Lion’s Club Foundation Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation Saar Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Nooksack Valley Scholarship Jacob Tresselt: Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation Honcoop Memorial Scholarship James Triplett: Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Snider Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship;

Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Nooksack Valley Scholarship JoLea Turner: Arizona Excellence Award - Merit Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Saar Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Nooksack Valley Scholarship Ellie Van Berkum: Multnomah Athletic Scholarship; Skagit Valley College Athletic Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Athletic Club; Mt. Baker Rotary Club; Everson Lion’s Club Foundation Scholarship; Northwest University Athletic Scholarship; Northwest University Dean’s Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation Saar Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Erik Ramstead Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Nooksack Valley Scholarship Nicole Vermeer: Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation Saar Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Alluvial Farms Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation Nooksack Valley Scholarship McKenna Wichers: Nooksack Valley Athletic Club; Skagit Valley College Athletic Scholarship; Everson Lion’s Club Foundation Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation - Mann Memorial Scholarship; Nooksack Valley Scholarship Foundation Baker Memorial Scholarship