Southeast Community College in Nebraska has released the names of students who earned degrees, diplomas or certificates during graduation exercises following the 2014 Winter Quarter.
Ceremonies were held on the Lincoln and Milford campuses March 21. Beatrice does not conduct ceremonies following the Winter and Summer quarters.
Brandon Eugene Hirsch, Associate of Applied Science in Agriculture Business & Management Technology, Fairbury, Neb; Sharon Anne Little, Associate of Science, St. Louis, Mo.; Justin Tyler Stevens, Associate of Applied Science in Building Construction Technology, Spalding, Neb.
Kelly and Charlotte Jurgena of Western Grove, Arkansas are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter Kari Jean to Daniel Tennison of Branson, MO., son of Dennis and Regina Tennison of Jasper, Arkansas. The Bride to be is attending College of the Ozarks. The Prospective groom is a Registered Nurse at Cox South in Branson, MO. Grandparents of the Bride are Jean Compton and Harvey and Sharon Jurgena of Fairbury. The Couple will exchange vows on May 17, 2014 at 3pm at Samuel Cedars in Rogersville, MO.
Mikayla Marie Beller and Jerad Mark Niederklein are excited to announce their plans to unite in marriage on June 28, 2014.
Mikayla is the daughter of Glenn and Lori Beller, of Lindsay. She graduated from Holy Family School in 2005 and from Nebraska Wesleyan University in 2009 with a Bachelors of Science degree in Biology and Spanish. She received a Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from Doane College in 2011. Mikayla currently teaches K-12 Spanish at Holy Family School.
Jerad, of McCool Junction, is the son of Mark and Peggy Niederklein, of Tobias. He graduated from Meridian High School in 1999 and Peru State College in 2003 with a Bachelors degree in Elementary Education. He is currently a 5th grade teacher and football coach at McCool Junction School.
Kathryn H. Robertson of Daykin, daughter of Judy McLaughlin and the late Tim Robertson, and Donald J. Throener of Daykin, son of Jerome and Agnes Throener, were married at the Fairbury Elks Lodge by Jimmy Robertson on March 15, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. Jerry L. Throener, son of the groom, gave the bride away in marriage.
The brides dress was a satin a-line gown with shoulder cuffs and lace top. Her bouquet consisted of maroon and red tiger lilies with wheat sprigs and a charm of the brides father.
The brides personal attendants was Recia Allen of Ponca City, Okla, who is a sister of the bride and Melissa Kujath, friend of the bride. The maid of honor was Jessica Bassett, best friend of the bride, of Fairbury. Her bridesmaid was Dara Troxel of Fairbury.
Photo caption: Photo by Jim Phelps/Fairbury Journal-NewsTRI COUNTY JUNIOR WYATT KOWALSKI keeps up a steady pace during the seventh lap of the boys 3200-meter run at last Tuesdays Dan Tesar/Tri County Invite. Kowalski passed Suttons Austin Reinsch on the back stretch of the eighth lap to win the race in a time of 10:49.05.
After competing in numerous meets this spring that were windy and chilly, the Tri County and Fairbury track and field teams competed last Tuesday on an ideal weather day which helped bring out the best in a number of athletes.
The Lady Trojans didnt have any gold medalists but came away with a sixth place finish in the 10-team field, scoring 53 points in their home Dan Tesar/Tri County Invite.
Wilber-Clatonia was the team champion on the girls side racking up 98 points with Lincoln Christian second chalking up 83 points.