• Jesse Fishkin, of Troop 9025 in Bend, earned his Eagle Scout rank Sept. 14. He is the son of Dan and Laurel Fishkin. He spent more than 100 hours raising awareness of human trafficking through his Shadows of Hope project for Soroptimist International, a nonprofit that helps women and children of Central Oregon and throughout the world.
• The following students were named to the summer 2017 dean’s list at Central Oregon Community College. The dean’s list recognizes students who enrolled in 12 or more graded credits and received a term grade point average of 3.60 or greater:
Of Bend: Cazandra Aporbo, Mario Armendariz, Travis Baker, Kenneth Bernstein, Otmar Borchard, Steven Bryant, James Burwell, Andrew Camara, Elizabeth Cardot, Nicholas Chamberlain, Salina Cook, Shyann Cook, Toan Do, Cameron Dudley, Glen Echon, John Eckholt, Jacob Edgerly, Olivia Edwards, Monica Erwin, Thomas Gill, Adrianna Gilmore, Bonny Gordon, Zachery Griswold, Jonathan Gutierrez, James Hackeme, Stephen Hardy, Llasmine Hernandez , Denali House, Logan Johnson, Nadene Kallel, Travis Kean, Hannah Keller, Daniel Kieffer, Kyle Krueger, Camron Liabraaten, Madison Linde, Meagan Looney, Desiree Lummis, Melissa McKiernan, Alyssa Mcclinton-Leigh, Daniel Munch, Aram Myers, Andrea Newcomb, Michael Nowak, Karen Perez, Alex Pollard, Christopher Powell, Jose Ramirez, Gregory Rembold, Megan Roebuck, Ryan Rooks, Joel Ryder, Clinton Sheppard, Christopher Spain, Savannah Sternberger, Aaron Wagner, Julia Watson, Nicholas White, Tlell Wolf
Of Culver: Amanda Gongalez
Of La Pine: Karla Aguiler, Ian Boynton, Erik Johnson, George O’Rourke
Of Madras: Andrew Goodman, Andrea Hall-White, Marrisa Heath, Connie Hemenway, Kerry Mickel, Twila Minson, Christopher Owen, Jerald Walker, Artesha Wilkinson
Of Redmond: James Bartley, Sarah Cobern, Karleen Doty, Michael Grass
• Zachary L. Lusby, of Redmond, was named to the spring dean’s list for Clark Honors College at the University of Oregon.
• The Redmond Proficiency Academy student leadership team is sponsoring a week of service, Sept. 25-29, during the school lunch hour. The leadership has designed daily activities for all students as a way for the school to reach out to the Central Oregon community and those in need. This year’s lunch hour events include:
Monday : A coin and money drive for Hurricane Harvey relief victims and a Skype interview with a survivor of the hurricane.
Tuesday: Stuffing bags with supplies to ship to Texas to help with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
Wednesday: Sign-making for local firefighters who continue to battle wildfires in Central Oregon and making signs for the construction crew that has made the school buildings safe.
Thursday: Clothing drive for the Bethlehem Inn, a local nonprofit that provides warm clothes and food to families and individuals during the winter months.
Friday: Lunch celebration with the construction crew and presentation of cards from students.