Kayla Rollins of Pine River is a member of the Balderdash Society at Bemidji State University. Rollins is a junior majoring in computer science. The Balderdash Society is a student speech club intended to improve public speaking skills.
Melissa Tomte of Verndale was involved with a fall semester production of "You Can't Take It with You" at Bemidji State University. Tomte, a sophomore majoring in English and mass communication, has been active in theater for many years. She was part of the makeup crew for the recent production.
Two Mississippi Horizons students were selected to participate in the Minnesota All-State Honors Choir project: Morgan Anderson, a sixth-grader, will participate in the elementary honors choir. Anderson was one of 125 students chosen from a total of 375 fourth- through sixth-grade students who sent in audition tapes. Joe Day, a ninth-grader, was chosen to sing with the junior high choir. He was honored to sing with 150 seventh- through ninth-grade students in the state. The students performed recently at the American Choir Directors Association fall convention in Wayzata. The junior high honors choir will perform Feb. 13 for the Minnesota Music Educators Association conference in Minneapolis.
Angelene Boser, the son of Gary and Kathy Boser of Wahkon, has been selected as student of the month for December by the Youth Activities Committee of Brainerd Elks Lodge No. 615. Boser is a senior at Isle High School. She is involved in volleyball, basketball, track, student council, National Honor Society. She was honored as a homecoming queen candidate and was named Miss Isle First Princess in 2001. She plans to attend Minnesota State University, Mankato.
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