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OPTIMIST CLUB HONORS JUNIOR

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSThe Steamboat Optimist Club has honored Steamboat Springs junior Jamie Hamil as the December Teen of the month.

A Steamboat native, Hamil has excelled in her classes, continuously making the honor roll throughout high school.



The junior has been invited twice to the National Student Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C., and attended the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine in Boston.

As part of her goal to become a doctor, Hamil has spent countless hours volunteering at the hospital, aiding in day surgery, the lab and pediatrics.



Hamil wants to attend college and medical school.

LOCAL STUDENTS AWARDED DEGREES

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSFive local students were among the 1,989 students who received degrees Dec. 21 during the fall commencement at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

From Steamboat Springs, Casey Patrick Barnett received a bachelor’s degree in marketing, Richmond Lee Meyer received a bachelor’s degree in economics, Melinda Elizabeth Morton received a bachelor’s degree in sociology, Matthew De Rose Burin received a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and Matthew Munro Kuusinen received bachelor’s degrees in philosophy and finance. From Hayden, Nathaniel Louis Svoboda received a bachelor’s degree in finance.

Three local students received degrees at the fall commencement of University of Northern Colorado Dec. 14 and 15.

From Steamboat, Keri M. Wilson received a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and physical education, Lindsey L. Early received a bachelor’s degree in marketing and Kendra L. Leslie received a bachelor’s degree in music.


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