Helen Huggins of Grass Valley played the flute in the annual Christ College Freshman Production at Valparaiso University in November.
Huggins is a freshman international economics and cultural affairs and German major in the College of Arts and Sciences.
She is the daughter of David and Virginia Huggins and a Bear River High School graduate.
Kathryn Lagen has graduated from California Polytechnic State University with a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies.
She is the daughter of Judith Lagen of Penn Valley and Douglas Lagen of Nipomo.
She attended Alta Sierra Elementary and Magnolia Intermediate and graduated from Arroyo Grande High School in 1999.
She has been a teacher’s aide at Lyman Gilmore and a camp counselor at Magnolia.
She is currently pursuing her multiple-subject teaching credential at Cal Poly to teach elementary school, and she is expected to complete her credential this summer.
Michelle Long has graduated from the University of Sacramento, obtaining a degree in business administration with an emphasis on strategy. She was on the Dean’s List for seven semesters and was a member of the Golden Key Club Honor Society.
She is the daughter of Danny and Karen Long of Grass Valley and granddaughter of Bob and Barbara Weaver of Nevada City.
Patrick Marriott of Virginia Community College System was named to the Dean’s List. He is majoring in automotive science, which will lead to an associate of arts degree and certification as an “ASE” Mechanic.
He is the grandson of Janice A. And Jerry R. Morris of Grass Valley. He is a graduate of local Grass Valley schools.
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