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Lake Stevens Journal April 13, 2011 L V. Eire/(ISM? @4652???“ Die. isn'ow certified Crys V and offering Botox In the comfort and safety of her 1 Lake Stevens ofiice Dermal Fillers A Callzfot your 1 Page 9 LSHS Grad inductedinto UW Varsity Boat Club ' JOURNAL STAFF Longtime Lake Stevens resident Carlie Elledge is on to a successful college career at the University of Washington and was inducted into the University of Washing- ton Varsity Boat Club. - Elledge, a constant honor student in the Lake Stevens school system also rowed for the Lake Stevens Rowing Club and in her junior year the team won a gold medal at the prestigious Brentwood Regatta in Canada. Now in her sophomore year at the UW she is competing for a position on the rowing team with some early success having stroked the IV boat to victory in the Head of the Lake Regatta in October and then recently with a victory overWSU in the women’s varsity four on April 2 rac- Carlie Elledge rowing on Lake Washington. ing at home on Lake Washington. Elledge’s freshman season was a Cin- derella story with Elledge enteringWash- V ington rowing as 'a ‘walk on’ after a year OK to see if her wait list opportunities at Harvard and Columbia could be con- Verted into admissions. Competing from the bottom she worked up to stroke seat in the Novice Eight and led the Women's Novice boat to an undefeated season in Pac 10 and a persuasive, open water vic- tory over powerhouse Stanford and Cal teams to win the Pac 10 Championship. In addition to a grueling training and racing schedule Elledge has a History Department scholarship for outstanding scholar in American studies. For her second year with Washington rowing Elledge is a recruited Division One athlete on a partial athletic scholarship. Contributed Photo Private Bohling graduates JOURNAL STAFF Army Pvt. Joshua K. Bohling has gradu- ated from the Basic Field Artillery Cannon Crewmember Advanced Individual Train- ing course at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla. The course is designed to train ser- vicemembers to maintain, prepare and load ammunition for firing; operate and perform operator maintenance on prime movers,.self-propelled Howitzers, and ammunition vehicles; store, maintain, and distribute ammunition to using units as 3 Elle lVlrie member of battery or battalion ammuni- tion section; perform crew maintenance and participate in organizational mainte- nagce of weapons and related equipment; an establish and maintain radio and wire communications. Bohling is the son of Shan K. Bohling of Everett, Wash. His wife, Tiffany, is the daughter of Laura P. Wellman and Gary N. Wellman, both of Lake Stevens, Wash. g The private is a 2006 graduate of Lake Stevens High School. A complimentary consultation or remake, anappoint em: MERICAN M»! CADEMY ’4’ ‘- OF FACIAL if Esra mes~ . 42543345085 8933 Haggen Market Place - Lake Stevens ll‘hl HIV \‘Mllti l‘.lll‘“J/'\I'V1IIH'ril',l"!‘)l(m1u:!.1i ruhrlwllnyl' '5, H) In thv tin}.nu.«'.wl1v>rw