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3/26/2014 10:26:03 AM

LLCT receives new board member
Liberty Lake Community Theatre welcomed Charlotte DiCicco as a new board member in March. The community-based, non-profit theater group also recently celebrated one year in their facility at 22910 E. Appleway Ave. 

Splash to feature local grads
The Splash plans to recognize Liberty Lake high school graduates in its June issue. In order to participate, graduates are asked to submit the following information to name, high school, parents' names, plans after graduation and photo.

Information must be received by May 9. This invitation extends to all graduating seniors who live in the community, regardless of where they attend high school. Contact 242-7752 with any questions.

LL clean up day set for April 5
The city of Liberty Lake and the Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District are offering free yard waste collection 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 5.

Residents are invited to bring leaves, sticks, limbs, grass clippings and weeds to the site of the Liberty Lake Farmers Market, at the corner of Mission and Signal, during this Clean Green event. The group requests no sod, dirt, rocks, garbage, construction or landscaper debris.

For more information, call 755-6714.

Liberty Lake students awarded scholarship
Several Central Valley Highs School seniors were recently awarded Presidential Scholarships each worth $3,000 to Eastern Washington University. Four of the students are Liberty Lake residents: Miranda Hill, daughter of Tom and Dawn Hill; Sophie Kaatz, daughter of Robert and Cheri Kaatz; Haley Long, daughter of Jeff and Cindy Long; and Adam Stintzi, son of Guy and Cynthia Stintzi. 

According to a press release, the scholarship is awarded to high school seniors with a 3.8+ GPA and either a minimum score of 1250 on the SAT and 28 on the ACT.

Colleges honor local students
The following Liberty Lake residents were recently recognized by colleges for their Fall 2013 academic performance or meeting graduation requirements. Information was provided via press releases submitted from schools. 

Idaho State University
Dean's List (3.66+)
Hannah C. Winslow

Washington State University
2013 fall graduate
Mica Kathryn Kondryszyn, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, cum laude