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    A8 • Friday, June 21, 2019 | Seaside Signal |
Niquilla Blodgett
named to dean’s list
Seaside Signal
NEWBERG — Niquilla
Blodgett of Seaside was
among those who earned
dean’s list recognition at
George Fox University for
the spring 2019 semester.
Traditional undergrad-
uate students must earn a
3.5 grade point average
or above on 12 or more
hours of graded work to
earn a spot on the dean’s
list. Blodgett is a sopho-
more majoring in elemen-
tary education.
Seaside Elks announce
essay contest winners
The Astorian
Janet Todd
Cole Biamont, Frida Ruff, Briana Boyd and Kara Spell, recipients of scholarships presented by Lighthouse Jazz Society.
Lighthouse Jazz Society sponsors scholarships
Seaside Signal
Two Seaside High School students,
Cole Biamont and Frida Ruff, received
scholarships from the Lighthouse
Jazz Society to attend Blaine Harbor
Music Festival Jazz Camp in Blaine,
Biamont, a rising sophomore,
plays baritone and alto saxophones.
Drummer Ruff started at age 5 play-
ing piano before she transitioned to
drums. The students will study in the
daytime, and perform in the evening.
Briana Boyd and Frida Spell also
received Lighthouse Jazz Society
scholarships to join students across the
state with the Oregon Ambassadors of
Music on a European tour for 16 days
this summer. Among destinations, they
will London, Paris and Switzerland.
Boyd and Spell are member of the
high school’s symphonic band and
jazz ensembles.
Boyd, a rising junior, plays flute
and piccolo. She started playing flute
in sixth grade, and plays in the sym-
phonic band. Spell, a guitarist, will be
a senior at the high school this fall. She
performs in both the symphonic and
jazz bands.
John Johnson, 15, from Ilwaco
High School, Ilwaco, Washington, also
received a scholarship. He is a recipi-
ent of LHJS scholarship to attend Cen-
tral Washington University Jazz Camp
in July.
The Lighthouse Jazz also donated
$1,000 to the Seaside High School
Jazz Ensemble under the direction of
Terry Dahlgren in May.
AAUW scholarship awards include Seaside seniors
Seaside Signal
The Seaside American
Association of University
Women Scholarship Foun-
dation announced winners of
the annual June Stromberg
scholarship. They include
Seaside graduating seniors
Cori Biamont, Majestik
DeLuz, and Jenna Logan.
Winner of the scholarship
for a woman returning to col-
lege at least five years after
high school graduation is
Katherine (Kate) Bardonski.
Each June Stromberg
winner excelled scholasti-
cally while also holding jobs.
Additionally, they each par-
ticipated in numerous school
and community activities.
described as energetic, ambi-
tious, determined, and an
organized leader. She seeks
to become a pediatric or sur-
gical nurse.
Kathleen Bardonski, winner
of an AAUW scholarship for
women returning to college.
Majestik DeLuz was
described as positive, respon-
sible, industrious, creative,
and goal-driven. She will
pursue training to serve as a
mental health professional.
described as responsible,
analytic, friendly, mature,
and motivated. She wishes
to prepare herself for a career
as a medical examiner.
Kate Bardonski has
design, having made cos-
tumes for community events
and Halloween. Leaving a
successful job to advance her
education, she wants to pre-
pare herself for a career in
costume design for profes-
sional productions. She will
begin her training at Clatsop
Community College. Her
employers describe her as
an eager and quick learner, a
natural leader, and one with a
strong work ethic.
The scholarship foun-
dation was formed specifi-
cally to generate funds for
local scholarships, with
over $20,000 in awards dis-
tributed so far. June Strom-
berg was a longtime Sea-
side AAUW member who
strongly valued education
for women.
In her honor, the foun-
dation annually awards one
or more $1,000 scholar-
ships to female high school
seniors who meet gradua-
tion requirements, are the
first female in the immedi-
ate family unit to have the
opportunity to complete a
degree program, are a good
citizens of school and local
financial need, and have an
academic plan.
In addition, the foundation
awards a “Women Returning
to School” scholarship each
year. Eligible women must
have been out of high school
for at least five years and be
enrolled in a two or four-
year college program. One
or more $2,000 scholarships
are awarded annually to suc-
cessful applicants.
Donations should be
directed to the Seaside
AAUW Scholarship Foun-
dation at P. O. Box 693, Sea-
side, OR, 97138.
On May 30, Exalted
Ruler Jim Fettig and Past
Exalted Rulers Jeanne
Uzelac and Jan Jack-
son of the Seaside Elks
Lodge No. 1748 attended
a Gearhart Elementary
School awards ceremony
for the Elks’ essay contest
Fettig presented a
plaque and $25 to Landon
Nofield, and a plaque and
$50 to Sophia Bucher. Both
students submitted essays
on the topic, “What Makes
You Proud of America?”
Their essays were for-
warded to the Northwest
District and to the Oregon
State Elks Association.
Joe Woods, lodge
Americanism chairman,
presented the essay contest
to the schools.
Shiqi Dotson earns degree
at George Fox University
Seaside Signal
Dotson of Seaside was
among more than 900
degree and graduate-level
students who received
diplomas from George Fox
University this spring. Dot-
son earned a master of arts
in teaching.
All told, 499 students
received bachelor’s degrees
after completing study in
one of George Fox’s 41
undergraduate bachelor’s
degree majors. Another 381
students received a master’s
degree or a doctorate after
completing study in one of
the university’s graduate
programs or in its seminary,
and 50 students received
bachelor’s degrees through
the school’s adult degree
Arts Association, gallery
team up in Cannon Beach
Seaside Signal
The Cannon Beach Arts
Association and the Portland
Art Museum’s rental sales
gallery are presenting a joint
exhibit of regional artists
from the Pacific Northwest.
The exhibit, supported
by a grant from the Ford
Family Foundation and a
sponsorship from Recol-
ogy, will be on display at
the Cannon Beach Gallery
located at 1064 S. Hemlock
Street in Cannon Beach
from Wednesday, June 19,
to Sunday, Aug. 4, with an
artist’s reception held on
June 22, from 6 to 7:30.
The artwork submitted
for this exhibit includes art-
ists from Cannon Beach,
Portland and the Willamette
Valley and showcases the
best examples of regional
art from established artists
whose work can be found
in the Portland Rental Sales
Gallery ranging in medi-
ums such including paint-
ing, illustration, photogra-
phy, and sculpture.
The proceeds of the
work will support the
exhibiting artists and the
Cannon Beach Arts Asso-
ciation programming. The
exhibit and reception is
free and open to the public.
To RSVP call the gal-
lery at 503-436-0744 or
email the program direc-
tor at director@cannon-
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604 Apartments
651 Help Wanted
2 bdrm/1bath
4-Plex Apartment-Warrenton
Modern and fresh 975sqft
apartment near Costco and
Wal-Mart. W/D included.
Quiet area next to green space.
Off street parking. Water/sewer/
trash/recycle/yard paid by
owner. Fixed term. No pets.
Background check.
Available now.
Similar apartment open in July.
Call for showing appointment.
Payroll Clerk/Full Charge
- Immediate opening for a
full-time payroll clerk in a busy
accounting office in Seaside.
Experience with quarterly
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619 Commercial
East-end Astoria office
with waiting room and
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months left on lease. Longer
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651 Help Wanted
Experienced Front Desk
and Housekeeping
needed. $14/hr.
Pick up application at The
Tides at the corner of Ave U
and Beach Dr.
2316 Beach Dr, Seaside
Seaside Liquor is looking for
3 multitasking team players.
Must be customer friendly,
able to lift 40 lbs, and
cashier. Current ODL or
drivers license. Work
weekends and holidays.
Apply in person.
Looking for a new place to
live? The classified ads offer
a complete section of homes,
apartments, and mobile
homes to fit your needs.
Check daily for new listings!
The City of Astoria
is now accepting applications
for Entry Level and Lateral
candidates for Police Officer.
Pay range is $25.21-$30.64
with excellent benefits.
To apply and obtain further
information, please go to the
City’s application website at
If you need assistance,
please contact Human
Resources at 503-298-2434
July 5, 2019.
651 Help Wanted
651 Help Wanted
Peter Pan Market
has FT positions open.
Starting wage: $12 per/hr.
Skills needed
include cashiering,
food prep, cooking.
Ability to multi-task, good
customer skills, and
flexibility is a must.
Apply in person.
Maintenance Assistant
$12-$16/hour DOE
Fair & Expo seeks
seasonal help maintaining
facilities, janitorial, event
setup/cleanup, and related.
Must work well with the
public. Able to move
materials weighing up
to 50 lbs, 18 or older with
current Oregon driving
Visit, Job Openings, to
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Part-Time Employment
Alexandroff Dental is seeking
a part-time hygienist in our
busy, state of the art office.
Must have Oregon Dental
Hygiene License. Warrenton,
Peace Learning Center
has full time Cook-Aide
& Teacher positions
For more info contact
Virginia (503)325-4041
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