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Page 14 Wednesday, October 24, 2012 The Adams County Record Cambridge Principal Notes Congratulations to our varsity volleyball team for qualifying to compete in the state tournament this weekend! The Titans are scheduled to play Mackay at 10:00 Friday morning in the Twin Falls High School gymnasium. Our last home football game will be this Friday against Salmon River. As a reminder, the game is scheduled to begin at 5:30 due to cold weather. We will be conducting parent-teacher conferences Tuesday, Wednesday and FFA has fire wood racks, available By Angie Lakey- Campbell Thursday evenings of this week from 4:00 until 7:00. If you have missed your conference, please call the high school office to ' re-schedule. BRRRR!!! It sure is cold this week. Our FFA has fire: wood racks available for a $30 donation. Please call 257-3311 extension 118, or stop by the office to see a sample. Please remember that the Upper Country Education Foundation is having their Rush Creek Stampede this weekend! You can register at the event. Don't feel like running? Perhaps you can volunteer at a watering station. Please contact lodie Mink at 257-4500 if you're interested in helping. A pre-season meeting for boys and girls basketball has been scheduled for Monday, October 29. The girls' meeting is at 6:30, and the boys' meeting is at 7:00. As a reminder, we will not have school on Thursday, November 1 due to teacher training on how to implement the iPads into the classroom. That's A Wrap Contintued from front page things. So, without further ado, here they are in no particular order. Cody Shelton is the son of Steve and Mary Grace Shelton. Cody has been involved in football, basket- ball and track. He plans to find out "what is best" after high school and continue on to college. Cody would like to thank his coaches for their time and for put- ting up with him. He would like to thank his teammates and friends for all the years of fun. Cody would also like to thank his parents, grandparents, and his girl- friend for supporting him. TJ Goettling is the son of Tom and Michelle Goettling. TJ has been involved in basketball and football. After gradu- ation, TJ plans to find a good job and go to college. He would like to thank his parents for supporting him through high school. TJ would also like to thank his friends for pushing him to play football. Will Canfield is the son of Jeff Canfield and Lynn Siegel. Will has been involved in football and track. Will plans on join- ing the military after high school. He wants to thank his parents for always being there to help-him along. Nate Henderson is the son of Dave and Staci Henderson. Nate has played football and track. He plans on going to work after high school. Nate would like to thank his par- ents for always being there for him, his coaches for pushing him to do his best, and his friends for always being there to have a good time. Daniel Cameron is the son of Tim and Robin Cameron. Daniel is involved in football, track, basketball, and FCCLA. After high school he plans on going "somewhere else, out of this town; to "get smart." Daniel would like to thank everyone who has made an impact on his life and have changed it for the better. Chase Brown is the son of Gino and Tami Testa. Chase is involved in FFA, football, and basketball. After high school, Chase plans on attending the University of Idaho. He mom, dad, Josh, Jordin, his coaches, and girlfriend for always being there to sup- port him and for helping him through these last few years. Hunter Lucas is the son would like to thank his par- of Debbie Lucas. Hunter ents and Mrs. Holmes for always pushing him to be the best he can be. Chase would also like to thank his teachers for pushing him in his classes. Tyson Ivey is the Son of Hank and Melinda Ivey. Tyson is involved in football, basketball, and track. After high school Tyson plans to attend Lane College in Eugene, Oregon. He would like to thank his family for their support and his girlfriend for always being there for him. Jac Cook is the son of John and ]odi Cook. hc is involved in football, basketball, track, and FCCLA. After graduation, Jac plans to attend Idaho State University to pursue a career in pharmacology. He would like to thank his is involved in football and track and enjoys hunting and fishing. After high school, Hunter wants to go make a lot of money. He wants to thank his mom for always being there for him and his friends for making life fun. The Council Booster Club would like to thank all these boys for their hard work and dedication to their community. A spe- cial "Thank You" goes out to Taylor Cole for being the Football Statistician; your service to the team has been greatly appreciated. Come show your apprecia- tion to all of these Council High School Seniors on Friday, October 26, 2012 at 7:00 PM on the high school football field. Past and present Cambridge students take military training Wes Hopkins: Between his junior and senior year of high school, Wes went to Fort Jackson, SC for Basic training and gradu- ated on Aug.16th. He really liked the daily exer- cise. He is now a senior at Midvale and will be going to Advanced Individual Training (/kiT) to become a Petroleum Supply Specialist at Fort Lee, VA after graduation. Holly Coriell: A 2012 graduate of Cambridge, Holly is currently at Fort Jackson, SC in Basic train- ing. Upon graduation she will go to/kiT to become a cook. Anthony Traxler: A 2012 graduate of Cambridge, Anthony grad- uated Basic training on Sept. 7th at Fort Jackson, SC, and is currently at Goodfellow Air Force Base, TX, undergoing/kiT train- ing which started Sept. 19th. The training he liked the most at basic training was MOUT. This is urban training, including kicking down doors and securing a house full of enemy per- sonnel. It gave him a new respect for the difficulties and responsibilities of our Soldiers overseas. Devan Mitchell: A 2012 graduate of Cambridge, Devan returned home on Oct. 6th from both Basic training and tkIT at Fort Sill, OK. He graduated Basic train- ing on Auff 24th and start- ed AIT Aug. 27th. Upon graduation from A/T on Oct. 5th he joined the rank of Forward Observers. He is stationed at Gowen Field, ID with the Idaho National Guard 116th Brigade. q-he moment that meant the most to him was A/T graduation when he was pinned a Field Artillery Branch Member. All 4 of these young members of our area are a part of the Idaho National Guard. Tri-Valley Titans head to state tournament The Tri Valley Titan Volleyball team is headed to the State Tournament. Their first game will be on Friday; October 26, 2012, at 10:00 a.m. at the Twin Falls High School. They will be play- ing against Mackay. Pictured above: Back Row: Coach Angie Lakey-Campbell, Billie Cads, Mackenzie Piper, Rachael Neckels, Coach Jennifer Uhlenkott, Josie Sheldon, Skye Southwick, Victoria Branch, and Hillary Hollon. Front Row: Jordan Brumbaugh, Tylla Gay, and Charity Ader. Council High School Student of the Week Hannah Linford BY FRAN OGDEN Hannah Linford is a superior student, talent- ed musician, and a goal- oriented young person with high ideals and a clear direction in her life. Hannah will graduate in May of 2013, and is cur- rently number one in her class wlle taking a highly academic college prepara- tory program. This year she is in Calculus, AP English, and college credit history. She has a 4.2 GPA on a 4.0 scale. She is a member in good standing in National Honor Society. As a talented vocalist and pianist who sings with several honor choirs, she has made her voice avail- able for funerals and other community functions. She plays the piano, flute and violin. Her awards in the area of music are too lengthy to list in this notice. She is also very busy with FCCLA (Family Career and Community Leaders of America) and has served as an officer at the local, district, and state level. She has competed in STAR events in FCCLA at the district and state level. Her academic awards include ones in almost every academic area. She spends her summers in McCall working at a camp where she coordinates art activities. - Hannah is on the CHS academic competition team, and has been involved in the sports programs here. She has served in many capacities as an officer on the student council. She is also very active in her church. Currently Hannah is directing a play for the elementary school children for her senior project. Her long term goal is to attend Brigham Young University and obtain a degree in communications and then go to law school.