Norway’s top seniors for Class of 2019


NORWAY — Norway High School administration has named the top senior scholars for the Class of 2019.

They are:

— Mitchell Garrett LeGrave, son of Kim and Stacey LeGrave of Vulcan. LeGrave was class treasurer, student council class representative and a member of Key Club, Youth Advisory Committee, Hi-Q and Quiz Bowl. He also participated in football, basketball and track. He plans to study electrical engineering at Michigan State University.

— Haley Marie Clifford, daughter of Doug Clifford and Dione Paulitch of Norway. She was active in YAC and student council. She was a member of National Honor Society, Quiz Bowl and Hi-Q. She also participated in volleyball, basketball and softball. Clifford plans to pursue a health care- or business-related field at Central Michigan University.

— Allison Henrietta Sheski, daughter of Steve and Susan Sheski of Norway. Sheski was a member of YAC, Art Club, Drama Club, Spanish Club, Norway Ski Team and National Honor Society. She participated in softball, volleyball, cheer, vocal jazz, chorus, Dickinson County Community Theatre and Future Stars Acting Company. She also was 2018-2019 Miss Norway. Sheski plans to pursue a bachelor of fine arts degree in musical theatre at Kent State University.


— Anna Dorothea Anderson, daughter of Ray and Andrea Anderson of Norway. Anderson was a member of the Art Club, Drama Club, Hi-Q, Quiz Bowl, Key Club, and National Honor Society. She also participated in pep-band, Dickinson County Community Theatre and was a volunteer at Almost Home Animal Shelter. Anderson plan to study art and design at the University of Michigan.

— Ada Catherine VanHolla, daughter of David and Julie VanHolla of Norway. VanHolla was a member of Key Club, YAC, Drama Club, Quiz Bowl, Hi-Q and National Honor Society. VanHolla was vice president and public relations representative for student council, did peer mentoring in the Intermediate School District and helped with Big Brothers/Big Sisters. She also participated in basketball, cross country, golf, volleyball and softball. VanHolla plans to pursue a physiology degree from Lyman Briggs College at Michigan State University.

— Amanda Pearl Bekkala, daughter of Philip and Michelle Bekkala of Norway. Bekkala was a member of YAC, Key Club, Art Club, Quiz Bowl, Hi-Q, Drama Club and National Honor Society. She participated in chorus, vocal jazz, cross-country and Dickinson County Community Theater. She also volunteered at Almost Home Animal Shelter. Bekkala plans to study biochemistry and molecular biology at Michigan Technological University.






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