Wednesday, July 13, 2011

PEOPLE AND PLACES


Two Sun Valley residents, Rian L. Ervin and Grayson S. Palmer, were among 486 seniors who received bachelor of arts degrees from Colby College in Waterville, Maine.

Ervin, the daughter of Mark Ervin and Betty Rodger-Ervin of Hailey, majored in English and Spanish. She earned a spot on the dean's list with distinction in both majors. Palmer of Sun Valley, the daughter of Terence and Gretchen Palmer of Ketchum, majored in sociology. She also was on the dean's list.

Both are graduates of the Community School.

Jacob "Murdoch" Miller graduated from Stanford University with a degree in science and technology in society. He has accepted a job in Palo Alto with a semi-conductor brokerage company.

A competitive wrestler, Miller attended Hailey's Wood River High School through his sophomore year and transferred to American Falls High School for his junior and senior years, due to his love of wrestling.

Julia Bowman of Hailey, a Wood River High School graduate, earned a spot on the winter semester dean's list at the University of Denver's Daniels College of Business.

University of Montana student and Wood River High School graduate Devan Annan has earned a $1,500 scholarship from the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America. Her father, Andrew Annan, is the GCSAA-certified golf course superintendent at Forest Highlands Golf Course in Flagstaff, Ariz.

Christopher Clark, son of Edward Clark III of Sun Valley and Margaret Clark of Princeton, N.J., graduated from Emory University's Goizueta Business School.

Kelsey Player of Ketchum, a senior at Santa Catalina School in Monterey, Calif., was on the spring semester Gold Cord and Honor Roll.




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