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June 13, 2007 at 3:46 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

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Hahnville High

Congratulations to Hahnville High School Freshman, Ama Sefah, who has been accepted into the People to People Student Ambassador Program this summer.

She will be traveling for 20 days to France, Italy, and Malta, representing the United States abroad.

We congratulate Sefah on this honor and wish her continued success in the future as she enters her sophomore year at Hahnville High School.

River Parishes Community College

Destrehan - Susan Elizabeth Landrum, Chancellor's Honors, Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts

Southeastern Louisiana University

Kyra Bascle of Luling received a university medal for earning a 4.0 grade point average in the College of Education and Human Development.

From St. Charles Parish, students receiving a masters degreees were: Jeanne Nouri of Destrehan, secondary education; Alicia St. Pierre of Destrehan, communication and sciencees disorders; Leslie Penick of Luling, communication sciences disorders; Azadeh Alavi of Paradis, communication and sciences disorders.

St. Charles Parish students receiving bachelor’s degrees were: Jessica Lemoine of Ama, communication; Shaun McNutly of Destrehan, management; Renee Allemand of Hahnville, communication; Kyra Bascle of Luling, special education mild and moderate disabilities; Derek Doucet of Luling, management; Cody Madere of Luling, communication; Kelly Watson of Luling, communication; Leah Woolf, management; Danielle Trosclair of Norco, social work and Sasha Douglas of St. Rose, social work.

Meridian Community College

Graduates from Luling: Dustin Michael Petit, Jordan Paul Brown.

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