SF Commencement Set For June 2
Lacey Lynn Beatty, daughter of Todd and Billie Jo Beatty, is the valedictorian of the Southern Fulton Class of 2011. Lacey is accomplished not only in her academics, but also in her extracurricular activities. She is the president of her senior class, vice president of National Honor Society, and captain of the basketball, cross- country and track teams. She is also involved with Ensemble and chorus. She has had the opportunity to make many friends during her high school career. Lacey has earned the privilege of delivering a speech, titled “Potential to Reality,” on graduation night. Lacey will attend Elizabethtown College in the fall of 2011 to major in pre-med.
Samantha Marie Golden, daughter of Lee Golden and Wendy Knable, granddaughter of Richard and Diane Golden and Warren and Gail Golden, is graduating as the salutatorian of Southern Fulton High School Class of 2011. She serves as treasurer of National Honor Society. She will be delivering a speech, “The Butterfly Effect,” at commencement on June 2, 2011. Samantha will attend Shippensburg University in the fall of 2011, majoring in chemistry. Upon completion of her undergraduate degree, she intends to continue to medical studies in forensic pathology.
Dakota Allen Unger, son of Phil and Julie Unger, has earned the honor of being third in rank in the Southern Fulton Class of 2011. He is the eldest of two boys and a member of the Southern Fulton chapter of the National Honor Society. He showed his love of language and art in his individualized study of Latin, and was part of the school’s production of “The Wiz.” This 2009 HOBY alumnus will share his speech, entitled
Morgan Ashleigh Mills, daughter of Walter and Cathy Mills of Needmore, has earned the fourth rank in the Class of 2011 at Southern Fulton High School. Morgan has displayed achievements not only through academics, but also in extracurricular activities. Morgan is the president of honor society, president of student forum and a varsity basketball player. She also performs regularly on stage in school musicals, band concerts and dance performances. Through all her activities, Morgan has made many friends both in and out of school. Earning this rank has given Morgan the privilege of delivering the class history speech, titled “Looking Back,” on graduation night. She is looking forward to sharing memories of her classmates with the administration, faculty and family on June 2, 2011. In the fall of 2011, Morgan will attend The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, to major in pre-med.