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and has a goal to own her own ice cream parlor one day. While at Olivet High School, Quincy participated in the Education Academy Leadership Program, student council, National Honor Society, band, theatre, Link Crew and varsity golf. She has volunteered in youth group, Operation Good Cheer, and Cropwalk, and she went on a Dominican mission trip.


Thomas Vue, son of Celina and Cha Vue, of Potterville, MI


Thomas will be attending Michigan State University to study human biology with the goal to attend medical school and become a pediatrician to provide medical care for the future of tomorrow. While at Potterville High School, Thomas participated in National Honor Society, student council, band, Peer Assistant Leaders, varsity soccer, Quiz Bowl, varsity track and field, Science Olympiad, junior varsity basketball and robotics. He has volunteered for the community food drive, Giving Tree, Service Day, and National Honor Society Snowball, as well as assisted elementary staff, was a planner for homecoming, and assisted at a golf outing.


Sara Robson, daughter of Nancy and Mitchell Robson, of Saratoga Springs, UT Sara’s goal is to obtain a degree in medical laboratory science from the University of Utah Honors College. She then hopes to pursue a PhD in biology in order to become an immunologist. While at Westlake High School, Sara was the team captain on her softball team and section leader for the band. She also participated in student government, Health Occupation Students of America, and the Academic Decathalon. Over the years she has volunteered as a camp counselor and made hygiene kits and blankets for the homeless.


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Kennedy Goldsmith, daughter of Jeanine Edwards and Michael Goldsmith, of Seward, NE Kennedy wants to be a positive leader in her future work environment and will study biological sciences at Northwest Missouri State University. While at Seward High School, Kennedy participated in National Honor Society, Key Club, Future Business Leaders of America, volleyball, basketball, track and field, dance team and Godparents Youth Group. Her volunteer experience consists of volunteering at the senior center, Godparents Youth Group, and Junior Jays Mentoring Program.


Samantha Warren, daughter of Lydia and Shane Warren, of Seward, NE Samantha will attend Morningside College to study music education. Her goal is to major in K-12 vocal and instrumental music education with an emphasis in instrumental music. While at Seward High School, Samantha participated in marching band, student council, National Honor Society, Seward High School Ambassadors, Seward High Singers, jazz band, One Acts, musical and Seward High School Track. She has volunteered for the Masonic Marching Band, Seward Community Band and Seward High School Ambassadors.


Sarah Bujarski, daughter of Sachie and Jeffrey Bujarski, of Staplehurst, NE Sarah plans on continuing her education at the University of Kansas where she will major in chemistry on the pre-medicine route with the goal of graduating with her MD/ PhD and becoming a physician. While at Seward High School, Sarah participated in marching band, symphonic band, jazz band, pep band, wind ensemble, swing choir, Key Club, 4-H Juinor Leaders, Future Business Leaders of America, Skills USA, and Family, Career and Community Leaders of America.


She has spent time volunteering for the Awana Cubbies Program, Multicultural Fair, Ronald McDonald House, UNICEF, swing choir camp, concession stand, Pheasants Forever, The Waffleman, Futaba Dermatology Clinic and at the Ridgewood Nursing Home.


Colby Young, son of Andrea and Kirk Keller, Stromsburg, NE Colby will attend the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and major in software engineering with the goal of one day creating his own functional operating system. While at Cross County High School, Colby participated in robotics, One Act, jazz band, marching band and honor band. He has spent his time volunteering for the Boy Scouts, Matt Talbot Kitchen, Tabitha Nursing Home, Midwest Covenant Home and the Falls City Clothing Drive.


Macy Homes, daughter of Kim and Brian Homes, of Wahoo, NE Macy is looking forward to obtaining her undergraduate degree in biology at College of Saint Mary, transferring to veterinary medicine at UNL for two years, and then attending Iowa State for the final two years. Her ultimate goal is to own her own veterinary clinic. Macy broke six Wahoo High School Softball records. She also participated in club softball, bowling, track, student council, JuniorMates and National Honor Society. She has volunteered for Teammates, 4-H, Red Cross, Car Seat Safety event, Wahoo Chamber, Saunders County and Matt Talbot Kitchen.


Morgan Osmera, daughter of Jessica Johnson and Thomas Osmera, of Weston, NE


Mental health is very important to Morgan, so she plans on majoring in human services/psychology at Southeast Community College. She is considering further schooling to obtain a master’s degree in order


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