Hannah Johnson, daughter of Lavern and Julie Johnson, is a junior at the University of North Dakota. She graduated from Grenora High School in 2019. Hannah is double majoring in marketing and communications and minoring in leadership. She is currently involved in the UND Marketing Club, UND Cru, and works as an Admissions Ambassador with the UND Office of Admissions. In high school, she was involved in volleyball, basketball, track, 4-H, National Honor Society, band, choir, youth group, Close-Up, science fair, student council, and teaching Sunday School.
2022 Arthur S. Johnson
Rudy Kummer, son of Eric & Anne Kummer, is a senior at Bainville High School. He has been actively involved in FFA, Business Professionals of America, National Honor Society, and Music Council throughout high school. He served as the President for NHS and Vice President for the local FFA chapter his senior year. While in FFA, he won state individually in Farm Business Management and received gold at FFA National convention for his Agriscience project. He was selected as a star student in January 2021 and March 2022 by the Western Cooperative Credit Union. He is a part of the Williston State College orchestra playing trombone. Rudy was also involved in golf his junior and senior year. He competed and placed in all four categories at the regional academic olympics. He maintained a 4.0+ GPA throughout junior high and high school. Rudy plans to attend North Dakota State University to earn a Master’s degree in Economics.
Jayden Parkinson, son of Jade and Kristie Parkinson, is a senior at Bowbells High School. He was actively involved in football, basketball, drama, speech, golf, Future Business Leaders of America, Student Council, Academic Olympics, Choir, and Band. Jayden has served as an FBLA President for one year, and an FBLA officer for one other year. He has received many awards in speech, drama, and FBLA. Jayden has been a straight A honor roll student and was also selected to the Silver Academic All-State Team. Jayden plans to attend North Dakota State University to pursue a degree in Electrical or Agricultural Engineering with a minor in Mathematics.
Thomas Ankenbauer, son of Joy & Bryan Ankenbauer, is a senior at Kenmare High School. He was involved in basketball, baseball, speech, drama, Student Council, coaching basketball, Academic Olympics, and Future Business Leaders of America. Thomas has been vice president of Student Council, and held a leadership position in FBLA. He has also been captain of the basketball team where he received all district and district tournament team awards. He has been on the “A” honor roll since his freshman year. Thomas has spent many hours volunteering for the Burke County backpack program and helping at the Kenmare Closet non-profit. During his free time, Thomas plays basketball or works on his family’s farm near Bowbells. In the fall, Thomas plans to attend North Dakota State University for an Agriculture degree.
2022 Kenneth Lund Jr.
Bo Thingvold, son of Jon & Celeste Thingvold, is a freshman attending Valley City State University. Bo attended Bowbells High School and was actively involved in football, basketball, baseball, speech, Future Business Leaders of America, Student Council, Academic Olympics, Choir, Band, and Luther League. Bo served as the Bowbells High School Student Council President. He also served as an FBLA officer his last three years of high school and as Class President since seventh grade. Bo received many awards in football, basketball, speech, and FBLA. He was a Straight A Honor Roll student since seventh grade. He was also selected to the Bronze Academic All-State Team. When not busy with school and extracurricular activities, Bo likes to spend his time on the farm, hunting, fishing, and hanging with friends. While attending Valley City State University, Bo is earning a degree in Agribusiness while competing on the football team.
Crystal Bagley, daughter of Delbert and Wanda Bagley, is a senior at Tioga High School. She has been actively involved in many things throughout her community and school. Crystal has been an officer in her local FFA chapter serving as Sentinel since her freshman year. She has also been a part of the yearbook committee since then as well. She has held great academic standards which has put her on the honor roll for numerous years. Volunteering for many different activities and clubs is something she is known for in her community. Crystal plans to attend North Dakota State University majoring in nursing.