Local Students Graduate From LDS Seminary

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Twenty-five local high school seniors graduated from the four-year religious educational program operated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints called Seminary. It is a worldwide program open to teenagers from the age of 14 to 18 of all faiths that meet each weekday during the school year to study scripture.

Alicia Matthews. Submitted photo.

Alicia Matthews. Submitted photo.

Amber Sandoval. Submitted photo.

Amber Sandoval. Submitted photo.

Micayla Teschner, Seminary Graduation. Submitted photo.

Micayla Teschner, Seminary Graduation. Submitted photo.

The graduation ceremony was held June 3, 2015 which also awarded certificates of completion to 126 students who have finished one to three years of study.

Those seniors receiving diplomas are Luke William Sessions, Danielle Wilson, Addison Bruno Biasi, Resha Nicole Bunker, Emma May Dodenbier, Tyler John Hughes, Dallin Russell Garlick, Josephine Garlick, Kaylin Louise Knapp, Sara Jane Anderson, Cody Vernon Burnside, Kasen Joshua Tietjen, Alex Daniel Beaumont, Alicia Renee Matthews, Fe’ofa’aki Fulton Paongo Jr., Jeremy Christopher Vogel, Charles Avery Woods, Dacon Leon Cox, Emma Estelle Hafen, Lorin Samuel Reber, Amber Nicole Sandoval, Micayla Renae Teschner, Brett Lee Black, Isabella Arsenia Wahl, and Taylor Marie Bryant.

“These students have come to appreciate the time they have spent in study of the scriptures and recognize that the time each day they devoted to more spiritual pursuits has enriched their lives and set a pattern for the future,” Chris Garner the Seminary Instructor said.

Dacen Cox and Jeremy Vogel. Submitted photo.

Dacen Cox and Jeremy Vogel. Submitted photo.

Kasen Tietjen, Sara Anderson and Taylor Bryant Submitted photo.

Kasen Tietjen, Sara Anderson and Taylor Bryant Submitted photo.

Junior Paongo, Emma Dodenbier, Resha Bunker and Avery Woods. Submitted photo.

Junior Paongo, Emma Dodenbier, Resha Bunker and Avery Woods. Submitted photo.

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  1. Very proud of these students; they are excellent role models of the Gospel message!

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