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Wednesday, February 18, 2015 Trenton Sun Page 9 - Schools/Youth Visit Ambulance Base DEN 1 AND DEN 50FTRENTON'S Pack 39 Cub Scouts went to the Sugar Creek Emergency Medical Services building to learn about First Aid, eating healthy, exercising, and what to do in case of emergencies. The scouts were taught by Philip Gray, Elissa Brown, and Jim Kniepman. Once the les- sons were over the scouts got to check out the ambulance and take on the crew in arm wrestling! Pack 39 really ap- preciated the Sugar Creek EMS team for taking a night to work with the boys. Front Row, from left, Connor Doty, Wy- att Brown, Michael Kalvy; second row, Colby Buckles, Tra- Student of the Month visBowman, KarterSims, Benjamin Lucas; beck row, EMTs Jim Kniepman, Elissa Brown, Philip Gray, TOMMY WOLFE IS FEBRUARY'S Student Principal's Pat on the Back of the Month at New Baden Elementary. Tommy, 7, is the son of Brandie Wolfe of NEW BADEN ELEMENTARY STAFF selects one student from each class every NewBaden. He is a second grader in Mrs. On SIUC dean' list month to receive a commendation from principal Jamey Rahm and be nomi- Kreke's class. His favorite subject is Read- S nated as the school's Student of the Month. February's nominees were, front ing, and he is a member of the basketball Ryan McVey of Trenton has been named to the dean's row, from left, Jacob Powell, Isabelle Tripp, Travis Perez; back row, Hanna Gra- team and flag football team. At home, Tom- list for the Fall semester at Southern Illinois Univer- ham, Josie Christopher, Joaquin Gomez-Gonzalez, and Emma Rahm. Absent for my's enjoys playing games and reading on picture: Ava Coleman. his Kindle Fire. sity-Carbondale. McVey is a student in SIUC's College of Agricultural Sciences. On Maryville tJ. Fall Dean's List Maryville University has announced its Fall semes- ter 2014 Dean's List. Maryville undergraduate stu- dents are eligible for the Dean's List when they com- plete at least 12 Maryville University credit hours in a semester with a minimum of a 3.5 grade-point average on a 4.0 scale. Local students named to the Dean's List were: Kari Wiegmann of Trenton, working toward a Bach- elor of Science in Nursing;  Jessika Bossler of New Baden, working toward a /,  Bachelor Of Science in Actuarial Science; Brooke McDonald of Trenton, working toward a Bachelor of Science in Nursing; and Karlee Rehkemper of New Baden, working toward a Bachelor of Science in Health Science Physical Thera- Second gradgrs learn py principaFs, secretary's duties SECOND GRADE TWINS Lauren and Megan Marks were St[COP SCh018rs  ',' 3" ' the excited winners of the "Secretary for a Half Day" , ,'=/!!   and "Principal for a Half Day" at the Trenton Elementary .......... PTG auction fundraiser. Ms. Kim and Mrs. Woll took the  : i.i ,==i,. girls to Dairy King for lunch and they spent the rest of Two Trenton students were named to the St. Louis  the day doing secretarial and principal duties. Clockwise College of Pharmacy Dean's List for the Fall 2014 se- from bottom left, Megan answers the phone for Ms. Kim; mester: Megan and Lauren pose with Trenton Elementary princi- Kirk Litteken is the son of Larry and Jane Litteken. pal Angie Woll and secretary Kim Tremmel; and Lauren He is a graduate of Wesclin High School. Marks answers emails for Mrs. Woll. The girls also visited Mark Hofelich is the son of Robert and Marlene classrooms, made copies, ran office errands, and asked Hofelich. He is a graduate of Mater Dei High School, lots of questions. They worked very hard and enjoyed To make the dean's list, students must earn at least learning what it means to be the secretary and principal of a school, a 3.5 grade point average for the semester. YOUNG INNOVATOR COMPETITION- Anderson U. FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WITH IDEAS dean's list Daniel Kenneth Pollard of Summerfield has been .: : named to the dean's list at Anderson University, An- :: derson, Indiana. Qualified students must earn grade point averages of 3.5 or higher. Vrm recogrdtion and prizes for your - IDEA PROJECT BUSINESS Many students will be '2heir own boss" at some point in their careers, The use of flanccrs, part-timers and contract workcm is growing worldwi'dc. Creativity and problem solving arc increasingly vahcd by organizations- large and small. Ifyou demonstrate these skills, we want to hear from you. Prizes will be awarded in several categories- businesses already underway (like mowing, web design, crafts, new phone apps and more), also- ideas for future businesses. Venan'es can be for making a profit, or for the general good of the community. Entries arc duc by April 12 = and award winners will be announced in May 1st Prize in each category is: $500 Cash and one Free College Course 2nd Prize in each category is: $250 Cash and one Free College Course In addition, there will be a $200 award for each high school that sponsors a winning entry. Last dance Fr Kaskaskia CUeg Studgnts" a separate contest is running" LAST TUESDAY'S SENIOR NIGHT basketball matchup with Columbia also represented one of the last performance opportunities of the school year for Wesclin's dance team, which ENTRY APPLICATIONS AND RULES MAY BE OBTAINED FROM: qualified for state competitions organized by the Illinois High School Association and the Illinois Dance Team Association. Wesclin's girls placed second for their kick routine at the Stcvcn Groner,  College: Phone 618-545-3260, or IDTA event. . A M E R i C-----S (._00kasmC0,,e0e SBDC Renew or subscribe online at ACCREDITED MEMBER