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5/15/2014 2:03:00 PM
35th Annual Academic Awards Banquet Is Tuesday
May 20th at James W. Warren Citizens Center

Wayne Howard
News Journalist

Each year, the Lincolnton-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce and the Lincoln County Board of Education co-sponsor their Academic Achievement Awards Banquet. The banquet gives the opportunity for the community to recognize the top ten academic students from each of the Lincoln County Schools'  four high schools. Selected students are presented scholarships from the Business & Professional Women's Club, Robert Bosch Tool Corporation, the S. Ray Lowder Scholarship Fund, and the Lincolnton-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce among others.  This year's banquet will be the 35th in the series.

The Lincoln Herald wants to honor these outstanding students.  We will be publishing a photo gallery of the Top Ten Students from each of these schools over the next four days (Thursday, May 15-Sunday, May 18).  Today's gallery is the Top Ten from East Lincoln High School.   Please note that the photos in the attached gallery are not in the same order as the listing of students here and are in no certain order.  The name of each student appears to the right of the individual photo.

East Lincoln's Top Ten:

1. Tatum Marie Auvil, daughter of Tonya and Bud Auvil, 7809 Oak Haven Lane, Stanley, will attend the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill where she plans to major in Physics.

2.  Brittany Elizabeth Dove, daughter of Chris and Melissa Dove, 205 Micah Lane, Iron Station, will also attend UNC-Chapel Hill where she plans to pursue a Business Marketing degree.
3.  Chase Jarrett Fenske, son of Devon and Jeff Fenske, 1060 Shoreline Drive, Stanley, plans to major in Biology at UNC.

4.  Jessica Lynn Kulibert, daughter of Jim Kulibert and Jenny Myers, 246 Crosscut Drive, Denver, will also be attending the University of  North Carolina in Chapel Hill where she will major in Chemistry.

5.  Jean Nicole Kulibert, her sister, will attend the University of South Carolina in Columbia.  She has already been awarded a McKissick Scholars Award from USC worth $8000 .   
6.  Jacob Landon Lambeck, son of Peter Lambeck of 5428 Prentiss Lane, Iron Station will attend Winthrop University where he will major in Political Science.  He has been awarded a Global Ambassador Scholarship.

7.  Megan Elizabeth Lauterer is headed for the US Naval Academy.  She is the daughter of Alicia and Pete Lauterer of 7226 Price Point, Denver.  She will study Engineering.

8.  Cody Andrew Mocilan has a healthy start toward paying for his degree.  He has been awarded a Lineberger Scholarship from Lenoir Rhyne which will pay 75% of his tuition over 4 years, a scholarship worth $87,930.  The son of Theresa and Andrew Mocilan of 3003 Archer Way Drive, Iron Station, he plans to major in Mathematics.

9.  Susannah Elisabeth Rinaldo, the daughter of Frank and Susan Rinaldo of 8524 Pine Lake Road, Denver, will attend NC State University where she will major in Zoology.  
10. Shawnee Rae Suman hasn't decided on her major yet, but she will attend  Appalachian State University in Boone.  She's the daughter of Suzanne and Raymond and lives at 6519 Old Beatty Road, Stanley.

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