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Page 10 Wednesday, May 30, 2012 The Adams County Record Elementary S chool .00wards At Council Elementary School's awards assembly on May 25, the last day of the school year, CES students received monthly awar&, parent volunteers were recognized for their many hours- of volunteer work, sixth grade students who received the Presidential Academic Award for the 2011-2012 school year received their award certificates, and all CES students celebrated the fact that school's out for summer! A huge Thank You to Council Elementary School's event and week- ly volunteers (pictured left) Jason Greenway, Cheyenne Warner, Angle Page, Haven and Casey Brock, Stephanie Warner, Holly Williams, Amy Sheneberger, Krissi and Emily Hansen, Dana Hill, Nyla Frasier, Brenda Gordon, Paul Shumway, Anna Zollman, Jen Byers, Kala Nichols, Dawn Kilborn, Keri-Dawn Iveson, Melanie Vining, Christy and Chevy Cole, Vicki Salerno and Joules. The 2011-2012 Presidential Academic Awards were awarded to Lance Nichols, Haily Kilborn, Llanee Gibson, Sarah Cook, Kynlee Chandler, Bella Ludwig and Morgan Shumway. SCHOOUS OUT FOR SUMMER! Marathon Winners Alden Fisher, Jocelyn Mace, Brittany Schon and Hunter Hansen won the Fun to Run t-shirt design contes{. Congratulations! The teachers and sponsored a child in this students of Council year's Fun to Run lO-Mile Elementary School want Marathon. We greatly to thank everyone who appreciate your support! - _ : : - Friday Monday Cattle Sale Butcher Cattle Sale I0:.00 A]VI i0:00 AI[ [ 2rid & 4th Saturday | Pigs, sheep, and goats lk L i, "" 1901 E. Chicago, CMdwell, Idaho  [I | 208-459-7475 Toll Free 1-800-788-4429 THOMASON FUNERAL HOME & CREILATOR " Farailv Cnied ad Operated Hemenway Wins NWAACC BY KELLY HEI[ENWA Former Council High School honor student, Kyanne Hemenway is well on her road to recovery with a NWAACC Championship High Jump win. ]le Treasure Valley Community College freshman had re-injured her leg during basketball, and then again in track after her initial qualifying jump m March. Hemenway entered the competition at 5' and easily cleared at her practice height. At 5.25" Hemenway again made the jump look easy, and put the pressure on the remaining 4 jumpers. The morning was cool and had been raining off and on. Kyanne was the only jumper left at 5' 4.5" and again she cleared the bar to win her first collegiate gold and setting a new TVCC school high jump record. Hemenway has paved her way through high school with record marks in Midvale at 5'2", Council at 5'6" (tied State record - Burial Services - Cremation Services - planning Opti - Monuments 221 E. Court St Wqr, ID 83672 (208) 414-1234 .IJ.enaempe-Thoma.on.eom in 2010), Emmett 5' 4.5" (unofficial track mark) and now at TVCC. Hemenway is working on her Associates Degree in Horse Production while riding for the TVCC Rodeo team, playing basketball and participating in track. Her plans are to concentrate on rodeo and track her sophomore year while maintaining a high GPA. (Deans list first semester and 4.0 second semester). Kyanne received All- American status with her winning jump, which usually leads to an automatic invite to the Olympic tryouts. Hemenway has overcome several setbacks in her athletic career, with a hard work ethic and sheer determination Kyanne has become the Best of the Best. Special business seruices auailable aJ The Adams Ceunj Recerd... B&W Copies $.15 each Send and receive faxes $1.00 per page Design Services Low Volume Scanning Assist with e-mail File uploads and downloads Call fer de/ails.and infermafien!