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Education: Western Carolina graduates

WCU graduates
Area graduates of Western Carolina University in Cullowhee:
Kannapolis: Sherry Louise Auten, BS.
Mooresville: Adam Morrison Beatty, BS, cum laude; Michael Brandon Griffis, BS, summa cum laude; Evan Nowlin Lindsey, BS; Knollen Tawanda Nleya, BS; Eric Shane Steward, BS.
China Grove: Chasta Kinyea Heggins, BS; Sarah Corrin McGee, BScience, magna cum laude.
Gold Hill: Anne A. Watson, MSAd.
Granite Quarry: Jennifer Lynn Pickler, BS, cum laude.
Landis: Jessica Holly Jones, BS.
Mount Ulla: Angela M. Clonts, master of arts in teaching.
Rockwell: Mitchell Ryan Pate, BS.
Salisbury: Anthony Derrick Harmon, BS; Matthew Everett Hauck, BS; Angela Kay Stark, BS; Autumn T. Taylor, MA.
Spencer: Sarah Ellen Smith,
BS.
WCU dean’s list
Kannapolis: Christopher Ray Goodnight, Angela Marie Killen,
Mocksville: Kurtis Wayne Bivins, Ashley Anne Bordner, Rebekah Gale Brock, Brittney Nicole Gunter.
Mooresville: Amanda Elizabeth Barkiewicz, Mary Nicole Barnes, Nancy Kristian Lee Belk, Alison Leigh Bruce, Christopher Thomas Carlucci, Michael Brandon Griffis, Whitney Michelle Hinceman, Ashley Nicole Malone, Cory Michelle McCormick, Cayli Jo Meizel, Gillian Nichole Nantz, Danielle Lynn Patinka, Brandon Charles Rupinski.
China Grove: Chasta Kinyea Heggins, Sarah Corrin McGee, Sarah Lynette Moore
Gold Hill: Regina Michelle Cline, Jerry Wayne Parker.
Granite Quarry: Parker Russell Cox, Jennifer Lynn Pickler.
Landis: Jessica Holly Jones.
Rockwell: Daniel James Allen, Nathan Lee Brown.
Salisbury: Courtney Tyler Allen, James Thomas Beaver, Garrett Daniel Fisher, Donnielle Christina Foster, Elisabeth Margaret Hall, Stacy Leanne Izze, Lara Claire Karriker, Rachel Leigh Karriker, Heather Marie Krause, Bethany Lauren McClintock, Ellie Elaine Scoggins, Jordan Elizabeth Shuping, Stephanie S. Strobel.
Woodleaf: Joshua Robert Pond.
American University list
David Lewis, of Salisbury, a junior at American University’s School of Communication, majoring in journalism, was named to the spring 2009 dean’s list.
American University is in Washington, D.C.
Averett University list
Bethany Haataja Bradshaw of China Grove was named to the spring honors list at Averett University in Danville, Va..
She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Bradshaw and is a freshman studying equestrian studies: management.

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