Matthew Majka, the son of John and Laurie Majka of Nisswa, was named to the 1999 fall dean's list at Brown's Institute.
Karen Greenwalt, a senior at Brainerd High School, participated in a weekend history workshop held Feb. 18-19 at Lawrence University in Wisconsin.
Greenwalt, the daughter of Richard and Pearl Greenwalt of Baxter, was selected for the workshop on the basis of superior academic performance in high school as well as an interest in history, the social services and humanities. The workshop focused on the significance of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and the 17th century witch trials in Europe and America.
Amanda Muehlhausen, Baxter, visited the nation's Capitol as a participant in Presidential Classroom, a leading civic educational organization. Muehlhausen met with Senator Rod Grams in Washington D.C. in February.
Students looked at the federal government from behind-the scenes and saw how the government plays a critical role in the formation of public policy.
Heather Ziebell, Baxter, the daughter of Mick Ziebell and Laurie Ziebell, has been selected as student of the month for March. Ziebell is a student at Brainerd High School. She is a member of the key club, class cabinet and earned a three-year letter in skiing. She plans to attend a medical school with an emphasis in radiology.
Ziebell is employed with Madden's Resort and also coaches children age 5 to 9 how to ski.
Beth Lash, the daughter of Mike and Jenny Holden of Brainerd, has been selected as student of the month for March. Lash is a member of the tennis team and class cabinet. She has competed in the 4-H horse show competition, volunteered her time to work with the handicapped and is employed as a sales associate with Jenny's Hallmark.
Lash plans to attend St. Cloud State University to pursue a degree in special education, social work or school psychology.
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