• Tony Awe and Shelly Mulder are parents of a daughter, Brianna Marie, born Jan. 24, 2010. She was 7 pounds, 4 ounces and 21 inches. Grandparents are Douglas and Kathryn Mulder of Brown Deer, Linda and Lee Gorka of Brown Deer and David and Cheryl Awe of Milwaukee.
• Michael Webster of Brown Deer has been named to the fall 2009 president's list at Clemson University in Clemson, S.C. He graduated summa cum laude in December 2009.
• Danielle Levings of Whitefish Bay was awarded the High Scholarship Award in the College of Liberal Arts and Science at Iowa State University. The award is given to undergraduate students who rank in the top 2 percent of their college class.
• Jill Burton of Mequon has been accepted into the National Society of Collegiate Scholars at the University of Washington in Seattle. The society is the nation's only interdisciplinary honors organization for first- and second-year students. Jill, a 2008 graduate of Homestead High School, is the daughter of Jim and Julie Burton of Mequon.
• The following students were among the more than 500 who presented their projects at the 12th annual University of Wisconsin-Madison Undergraduate Symposium: Gerad Bandos - Bayside, Leah Schmid and James Thomas - Brown Deer; Kristin Prewitt - Mequon; Sapir Sasson - Thiensville; and Alex Gooding and Jillian Handley - Whitefish Bay.
• The following students were inducted to the Phi Beta Kappa Society at the University of Wisconsin-Madison: Adi Lev-Er - Bayside; Jennifer Bonavia and Alyssa Ricketts - Brown Deer; Jacob Victor and Jennifer Wagner - Fox Point; Konrad Paczuski - Glendale; Dana Vielmetti - Mequon; and James Bitter and Michael Sapiro - Whitefish Bay.
• Lake Shore Middle School's Winged Pig was crowned "Top Hog" at the Harley-Davidson Museum. Nearly 3,000 votes were cast this month in the "Hog Art Challenge" at the Harley-Davidson Museum. Lake Shore Middle School in Mequon will receive $1,000 from the Harley-Davidson Foundation.
• Dillon Kelly, a senior at Homestead High School, was awarded a Herb Kohl Educational Foundation 2010 Excellence Scholarship for $1,000. The scholarship recognizes students who have demonstrated academic potential, outstanding leadership, citizenship, community service, integrity, among other talents.
• Arick Gleissner, a fifth-grade student at Trinity Lutheran School in Mequon, was selected as the winner of The Wisconsin Troopers' Association during its annual statewide art and essay contest. Arick's art entry was titled "The Important Paper to Remember." Arick received a $50 check. He is the son of David and Kathleen Gleissner.
• The following North Shore residents will serve on the Betty Brinn Museum Board this year: Colin Lancaster of Fox Point, honorary board member; Melissa Nelsen of Shorewood, honorary board member and chair of the Museum's Strategic Planning committee; Molly Gallagher of Shorewood, president; Bill Berrien of Whitefish Bay, vice president of nominating; Joanne Bischmann of Whitefish Bay, vice president of development; and Erickajoy Daniels of Mequon, first-term board member.
• John Emanuelson of Shorewood has been selected by the Civic Music Association to receive its Music Teacher of the Year Award. John is director of orchestras at Homestead High School.
• Mary Alexander Lamoureaux of Fox Point has received the President's Call to Service Award in recognition of National Volunteer Week. Mary has been a volunteer at the Salvation Army for 15 years and put in 6,400 hours.
• George Lange of River Hills was elected president-elect of the Wisconsin Medical Society. A society member for more than 30 years, George has filled many leadership roles. He has been a member of the Board of Directors for nine years and has served as board chair, society treasurer and chair of the finance, audit and executive committees as well. He also has served as an alternate delegate to the American Medical Association and past president of the Milwaukee County Medical Society.
• John Burns of Mequon will become an ordained priest in July at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist. John is a student at the Pontifical North American College in Rome, Italy. Upon completing his studies in Rome next year, he will return to Wisconsin to be a priest for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.
• U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Paul Wilke graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio. Paul is the son of Steve Wilke of Glendale and a 2002 graduate of Milwaukee Lutheran High School and a 2006 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
• U.S. Army Pvt. Dylan Ricard has graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Benning in Georgia. He is the son of Steve Ricard of Shorewood and Gina Bealhen of Milwaukee and a 2008 graduate of Shorewood High School.
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