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June 29, 2007

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Jared Crum will attend Amherst College in Amherst, Mass., beginning in August. He is the grandson of Norman residents, Frank Wahpepah and the late Betty Jean Wahpepah and Dorothy Crum and the late Carvel L. Crum.

His parents are William Crum, a 1973 graduate of Norman High School and 1982 graduate of OU, and Wilda A. Wahpepah, a 1979 graduate of Shawnee High School and 1984 graduate of OU.



The University of Central Oklahoma Foundation recently awarded Norman North High School graduate John Bourke the Julian and Irene Rothbaum Student Achievement Award in recognition of his academic achievement and campus involvement.

Bourke is a senior marketing and economics major in UCO’s College of Business Administration, maintaining a spot on the President’s or Dean’s Honor Rolls each of his semesters on campus.

Bourke is a member of several honor societies, including Alpha Chi, Golden Key, Delta Mu Delta and Gamma Beta Phi.



Sarah King, daughter of Thomas and Cathy King of Norman, was recognized as an outstanding performer in Drury University’s theatre department.

King, a theatre and English major at Drury, received the award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Principal Supporting Role. King was selected to receive this award for her quality performances in productions sponsored by the Drury theatre department.

King was recognized for her accomplishments at the annual departmental awards ceremony that honors students who demonstrate outstanding leadership and dedication to their studies.



Rebecca Seewald of Norman was recently selected to attend Canoe Country Rendezvous in northern Minnesota. It is one of many trips offered through Girl Scouting around the United States.



Dustin Graham of Norman, a biology major at Pittsburg State University, has qualified for the All A scholastic honor roll for the spring 2007 semester.



Keli Keener of Norman, a social work major at Pittsburg State University, has qualified for the Dean’s honor roll for the spring semester of 2007.

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