Students of the month Presented by Auburn Noon Lions Club

KIMBERLY

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Students of the month Presented by Auburn Noon Lions Club

KIMBERLY

CLAYTON

School: Arthur

Jacobsen

Favorite subjects: Math, reading,

science

Ambitions: Work with mom at Meridian Valley Country Club, go to college and get a degree, help people with cancer

Activities: Student council, ECE buddy, custodian helper, choir, basketball team, swimming

JAMES WINE

School: Arthur

Jacobsen

Favorite subjects: Math, reading,

science

Ambitions: I would like to get a degree in physics or engineering

Activities: Volleyball, basketball,

ECE Buddy, band, youth group, swimming, Boy Scouts, community service, coin collecting

JUSTINA BROWN

School: Lake View Elementary

Parents: Shar and Chris Brown

Favorite subjects: Math, everything except recess

Ambitions: Seeing the Library of Congress, become a professional dancer

Activities: Dance (performed in the Nutcracker in downtown Seattle), youth groups ASB secretary

LOGAN JONES

School: Lake View

Parents: Lori and Marcus Jones

Favorite subjects: Math, spelling, physical education

Ambitions: Get good grades, go to college, become a professional athlete

Activities: Volleyball team, band, select soccer, kids campus at Grace Community Church, choir


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