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Schools

Crystal River High honors Elks Students of the Month

By PAULETTE LASH RITCHIE
Published March 22, 2007


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Crystal River High School has announced the Elks Students of the Month for January: Lori Carter and Hal Jaquith.

Lori, 18, is an honor roll student and member of the cross country and track and field teams. She has been the assistant coach to intramural cross country at Crystal River Middle School. She is a student government representative and a National Honor Society member.

She is a Teen Cancer Society member and was a Link Crew member during her junior year. She has received the Most Improved and Coaches Award in cross country.

She has 100 hours of community service. Lori plans to attend the University of Florida. She has a 4.38 grade point average and is the daughter of William and Lisa Carter of Crystal River.

Hal is a member of the Health Occupation Students of America and National Honor Society. He was involved in the cross-country athletic program and is a Star Scout in the Boy Scouts.

He has received awards in geography and English and received the Presidents Award.

He was a fourth-place state HOSA competition winner. He has 66 community service hours.

Hal plans to attend the University of Central Florida to study management of information or business administration. He has a 4.39 grade point average and is the son of George and Susan Jaquith.

[Last modified March 22, 2007, 06:25:27]


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