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Congratulations, Graduate, Colin BarnhardtSCubmitted By Heather Williamsolin Barnhardt will graduate from Reagan High School and attend the University of Oklahoma, wherehe plans to pursue possible majors in History, Letters and/or Economics.He is bound to succeed as he has proven himself intelligent, resilient, and determined. Colin set his mind to becoming an Eagle Scout in Middle School. Once he knew that he had just under a year of wiggle room to meet the requirements, he set off to work and received his Eagle Rank in January 2021.Colin persevered and lettered this fall in Reagan Football. Incredibly, he still found time to excel academically. He has been named a National Merit Scholar, a Texas High School Coaches Elite Academic athlete and will graduate Summa Cum Laude. He has been awarded a four-year Army ROTC scholarship and selected to participate in the University of Oklahoma President’s Community Scholars and Honors College.Her love for animals made her decide to join the Agriscience Magnet Program at Madison High School. Now in her Senior year, she has raised three goats, one “Guide Dog for the Blind” puppy, has received awards within the Ag program, FFA as well as Madison High School including PVSA and SVSA. During her sophomore year, Robyn was also part of the Madison Honors Band, participating in competitions and the “Magic Kingdom Parade” at Disney World.During her Junior year, it became clear that Robyn rediscovered her passion for drawing animals and bringing them to life by animating her characters. Robyn is thrilled to start studying animation at UT at Dallas this fall.We are so proud that Robyn is part of the NHS and exceeded not only ours but her own expectations by graduating Summa Cum Laude.ubmitted By Avril FeatherstoneSGregory, we are extremely proud of the well-rounded young man you’ve become and thankfulStrong Turnout At March Mixer For Business ProfessionalsI am blessed to have this incredible individual for a son.Congratulations, Graduate Gregory A. Featherstone IIIBIy Kathi Holzschuherf attendance at this month’s Northside Business Association, San Antonio mixer is any indication, BUSINESS isBACK!More than 50 professionals gatheredfor a tasty lunch and business networking event on March 30 at Aldaco’s Mexican Cuisine in Stone Oak, many for the first time. The room was buzzing with positive energy as information was exchanged and new connections were made.Recognition and congratulations were given to renewing NBASA member Daniel Gomez, Motivational Keynote Speaker, Business Coach, Corporate Trainer, Executive Coach and Author.Each attendee was given 30 seconds to deliver their “elevator pitch” to the group. Afterward, door prizes were awarded, announcements made, and networkingfor all your past, present and future accomplishments. The journey as a military child came with challenges, but your resiliency and determination allowed you to achieve your goals. Be a Blessing and remain Humble. Use your global experiences and continue to break through obstacles/ barriers, make connections, and bring people together from all walks of life. As you reflect, understand that your foundation, character, and experiences will guide you, but we (Mommy, Daddy and Contina) will always be with you as your biggest supporters.It’s finally your turn...and your decision... SOAR!Gregory A. Featherstone IIIRonald Reagan High SchoolPALS, NHS, Athletic Scholar, Magna Cum Laude $588K Academic/Athletic Scholarships (various schools) Proudly attending North Carolina, A&T State UniversityCongratulations, Graduate, Robyn H LoehsD. Gomez recognized for renewing membershipresumed.The goal for Northside BusinessAssociation, SA is to help build a strong support group of businesses on the northside. Mixers and events are held monthly. Benefits of membership in the association include ribbon cuttings, sponsorship opportunities, community exposure, member discounts on events, and advertising, to name a few. For all the information and benefits, visit or call (210)548-6448.Submitted By Ramona LoehsR obyn has always been a loving, caring person. Graduating from Hardy Oak Elementary School, she received the “American Citizenship Award” for her caring and helping attributes, standing up for herself and othersdemonstrating good judgment.At Lopez Middle School, she foundcomfort joining the band playing the bassoon, next to swimming, playing the piano and horseback riding. Robyn alwaysloved animals, so she offered pet-sitting services at age 11 to our neighborhood community. She graduated from Lopez Middle School receiving the “Sgt. Jose Lopez Meritorious Service Award” for her outstanding services to the school as well as “Outstanding Honors Band Member.”Robyn’s high school home campus is Reagan, spending her freshman year being part of the Marching-/Concert Band participating in several UIL competitions.12www.stoneoakhighlights.comMay 2022

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