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Zoe Bohaty, daughter of Barbara and Philip Bohaty, of Ceresco, NE Zoe has always enjoyed working with people, which is why she plans on going to Southeast Community College and transferring to the University of Nebraska with a major in academic transfer/hospitality, restaurant and tourism management. Through her extracurricular activities at Bishop Neumann High School, she has participated in two mission trips to Chicago to work with the homeless. She was also part of the concert, marching, and pep bands; percussion and woodwind ensembles; drama/play/musicals; One Act plays; Campus Ministry/Neumann Fire; Elizabeth Ann Seaton; Future Business Leaders of America; softball


and track. Zoe has volunteered for the Lincoln Track Club, food bank, Cornhusker State games, before school program, Omaha Rotary Club, Ceresco Library and the Ceresco Fire Department.


Cole Huss, son of Jennifer and Ryan Huss, of Gretna, NE Cole will attend Northern State University in Aberdeen, SD, next year with the goal of furthering his knowledge in the field of biology so he can use what he learns to help the community and the world. While at Gretna High School, Cole was named the captain of his wrestling team, has placed 3rd and 4th at state wrestling, and played football. He also volunteered as a referee for youth wresting, a coach for youth wrestling camps, and has served food to those in need.


Josh Williams, son of Amanda and Louis Williams, of Lincoln, NE Josh is interested in science and aspires for a career in the medical field by pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree at Nebraska Wesleyan University. Josh is also exceedingly fascinated by different cultures, which is why he has decided to minor in Asian studies. At Southwest High School, he was involved in HOSA: Future Health Professionals, LSW Marching Band, National Honor Society, Student Ambassadors, Silverhawks Helping Other Silverhawks, LSW Wind Ensemble, LSW Jazz 1, PANgea: Steel Drum Band, and Science Olympiad. He has volunteered for the community blood bank, The Hope Venture Run, Cavett Elementary Family Fun Night, LSW Tutoring, Childhood Pediatric Cancer Foundation, Teacher Daycare Event, Lincoln Food Bank and Clark Jeary Senior Living Home.


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Whitney Scherer, daughter of Tammi and Matt Scherer, of Lincoln, NE Whitney plans to study animal science at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She has always wanted to become a veterinarian so she can do everything in her power to help animals, and her ultimate goal is to start an animal rescue where as many animals as possible can receive veterinary care and be placed in loving homes. Whitney was a varsity- letter winner and team manager on her diving team at East High School. She has volunteered for the Tabitha Rehab Center, People’s City Mission, Sheridan Lutheran Church, Little White Dog Rescue and the Museum of Natural History.


Angelina Nahorny, daughter of Shannon and Alex Nahorny, of Lincoln, NE


Angelina plans on studying psychology/ criminal justice at Nebraska Wesleyan University. Whether it be working in probation and parole, helping released


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