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Avalon Middle School/High School Honor Roll SPRIIG SEMESTER 2012 GPA 3.0 - 3,99//4.00 : All As GRADE 6 Armstrong, Emma Butte; James Campbell, Haley Cassidy Crawford, Ava Chavoya Hernandez, Gerardo Clifton, Sloane Guion, Joe Heidelberg, Jessica Heidelberg, Christopher Hernandez, Andrew Jimenez, Anely Jimenez, Ruben Kern, Thomas - Leyva, Maria Martinez, Cesar Meza, Adonis Morse, James Nelson, Daniel Oddone-Smith Thomas Padilla, Natalie Ponce, Russell Zendejas/Daniela GRADE 7 Amezcua, Gerardo Bauer, Kara Bravo, Yuritzy Castro, Francisco Chavoya Cervantes, Viviana Clifton, Devany -Cuevas, Lizette Daza Castro, Yasmin De La Rosa, Elizabeth De La Rosa, Marisol Driskill, Angelique Foster, Mae King, Amanda Lee, Makenna Leyva, David Leyva, Giovanni Macias, Alma Mahan, Hannah Continued GRADE 7. Markowitz, Triana Martinez, Ruben Meza, Jared Minuto, Taryn Morones, Selina Pedroza, Elizabeth Pe.droza Perez, Beatris Rabin, Johan Razo, Joan Carlos ' Rodriguez, Mauricio Romero, [eonaardo Santa Cruz, John Shambo, Connor Sidars, Chandler Torres-Zeller, David Wiley, ,llyson GRADE 8 Bastida, Oscar Bonilla, Miguel Brown, Lana Carrillo Velazco, Stephanie Chavoya, Marcos Cisneros, Jason Dominguez, Azariah Flynn, Jalen Glass, Carly Gomez, Christine Hernandez, Keani Herrera, Alejandro Berrera, Diego Hobbs, Harrison Meza, Venus Minoto, Renton Neville, Jeniece Phelps, Mackenzie Ramming, Justus Sanchez, Angel Shambo, Noah Silva, Jose Song, Tong Tong Wood, Nicholis GRADE 9 Alvarez-Caraveo, Blanca Alvarez-Caraveo, Clara Alvarez-Caraveo, Diana Armstrong, Samuel Ballard, Makaela Breese, Nathaniel Carstarphen, Rivers Contreras Martinez, Alfredo De La Pena-Barrera, Roselyn Edwards, Michaela Ehorn, Skyler Foote, Bernadette Garcia Moreno, Andy Gomez-Gutierrez, Irvin Gonzales, Megan Jimenez, Daniel Jimenez, Juan Ubaldo Jimenez-Ruezga, Yesenia Kern, Hannah Lee, Hunter Macias, Ana Markowitz, Ariella Martinez, Cristian Martinez, Ernesto' Martinez, Fatima Moreno, Jennifer Munoz, Je'nnifer Pedroza, Alexis Razo-Romero, Diana Rios, Diana Rios, Oswaldo Rufino, Michelle Sabicer, Carly Savitt, Susanna Silva Rios, Cesar Tamayo, Maria Vega, Tommy Zendejaz, Marisol GRADE 10 Alcala, Erik Amezcua, Maria Campbell, Colin Castro-Jimenez, David Chabolla, Estefania Continued GRADE 10 Chavez, Alicia Dominguez, Enrique ' Gomez, Alma Hernandez, Gabriela Hernandez-Meza, Wendy Hertel Saldana, Gabriel Hobbs, Maddison Jimenez Perez, Galicia King, Barbara Lichtenhan, Celeste Machado, Martina Mc Cormick, Rachel Morones, Marisa Moyse, Leia Norfleet, Dylan Perez, Ernesto Rodriguez Alfaro, Mayra Sanchez, Vanessa Unatin, Lana Upton, Zachary Vega, Natalie Vickers, Joseph Zendejaz, Lilliana GRADE 11 Alvarez, Edgar Amezcua, Laura Bonilla, Melissa Castillo-Jimenez, Mariano Clifton, Kiowa Gonzalez, Brianda Herkime, Haleigh Hernandez, Denise Hemandez, Gabriel Bite, Nicole Kennedy, Nicolette Moreno, Tomas Mulgado, Linda Paradisi, Daniel 2000 fans attend Pepper show "BY JENNIFER LEONHARDI Photo by Jay Tilles, KROQ On Saturday, June 16, Des- canso Beach Club hosted a concert by Pepper, a rock band with two members, originally from Hawaii and one from California. Catalina. com in partnership with KROQ presented the show as part of the KROQ ROQ N SURF series, a season of live music and summer themed events taking place throu- ghout Southern California Memo- rial through Labor Day. Two Catalina Cruise boats traveled from Long Beach, each carrying 600 concert attendees, and an additional 800 or more fans arrived via personal boats or the Catalina Express, not to mention the hundreds of local Is- lander fans who all attended the beach music party. Pepper, who formed their group in Kailua-Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii in 1997, plays a diverse mix of rock and rhythm roots, and have feund huge success selling over half a million records independently. Long Beach based singer songwri- ter Josh Fischel and his band The Fictiofi opened the show. The Catalina Cruises ships boarded their passengers at 11:15 p.m., and made their way back to the mainland just before midni- ght. All in all, it was a very suc- cessful event that brought an extra 2,000 people to the Island for an afternoon and evening of music and fun. Ponce, Phillip Sabicer, Tyler Valverde Nancy Williams, Jordan GRADE 12 Bastida, Stephanie Campazzie, Natalie- Chavolla-Reyes, Cesar Chavoya, Elizabeth Chavoya, Juan . Contreras, Janeth Delehant, Katherine Epperson, Kyl Eobanlt, Devin Gallegos, Marco Hoefs, Tori Huart, Elisabeth Jaeger, Sarah Jimenez, Julian Jimenez, Saul Long, Jacob Loza Arechiga, Martin Machado, Teagan ! Macias, Humberto Maha n, Asblin Medina Ibarra,Valeria Meza, Celeste Morand, Alexander Morones, Nicholas Parsons, Sadie Pedroza, Evelyn Quesenberry, Derek - Romero, Alexis Sillas. Rachel Silva, Jessica Spruell, Cristina Virgen, Reyna Summer recreation programs begin Summer is here and its time to make sure you have your children involved in fun, creative and safe programs. Avalon Summer Day Camp began on Monday, June 18. This year's theme is =Let the Games Begin" in honor of the Summer Olympics. There will be a lot of game play an d learning about different countdes and cultures. Day Camp is 5 days a week from 9 am - 2:30 pm. The young and energetic staff will help your child make lifelong memories while in a safe and supervised environment. To sign up, stop by the Recreation Department for an application or call 310-510-0220 x 231. Sign ups have begun for the Aquatics Program. Lessons begin on July 2rl. Teaching your child theimportance of water safety is a I fe or$skill. Our qualified and returning staff will help guide your child with confidence in the water while learn- ing the different basic strokes. For additional information call the Recreation Department 310-510-0220 x 231. You're gonna have a great time! Lccated in the Metropo!e Marketplace = (310) 510-0967 CEO From page 6 offered by the medical center," Friel said. "I'm looking forward to bringing new programs to Cata- lina Island Medical Center and strengthening existing programs that work for the community." He will be moving to the island with his wife Connie. The couple has two grown sons. Friel will begin his tenure at CIMC on July 9. John Friel, right, will become Catalina Island Medical Center's new chief executive officer. Friel is replacing Bryan Ballard, left, who is retiring in July. 6 , Friday, June 22, 2012 THE CATAUNA ISLANDER