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• Emily Nybo and Sharon Patrick, two Knox County residents, were awarded Maryville College’s Summer Lilly Internship for the summer of 2005. Nybo is the daughter of Steven and Linda Nybo and a 2003 graduate of Farragut High School. Sharon Patrick is a non-traditional student; she and her husband live in the Farragut area. Overall, 10 Maryville College students were selected to receive the Summer Lilly Internship.

• Practice for the Farragut Highschool Marching Admirals Band, in preparation for the Farragut Independence Day parade, is from 10:00 a.m. until noon on June 29, 30, and July 1. The parade is on July 4th. All FHS band students are encouraged to participate. Those planning on being in the parade, please attend two of the three practice times.

•Ross M. (Rusty) Harding Jr. received the Petie Dodrill Children’s Theatre Award at Otterbein College’s academic honors convocation on June 1. The award is given to an outstanding sophomore or junior who has made significant contributions to the promotion of children’s theatre at Otterbein College. Harding, son of Ross and Mary Harding of Knoxville, is a 2002 graduate of Farragut High School.

•Kevin Christopher Webb of Knoxville has earned Faculty Honors at the Georgia Institute of Technology for summer semester 2005. Undergraduate students must earn a 4.00 academic average for the semester to gain the distinction.

•Lindsay Adams of Knoxville recently performed the role of Lady of the Court/Dancer in King College’s presentation of Camelot. Adams, a freshman education major, is the daughter of Farragut resident Julie Adams.

 

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