New educators pose shortly after the Chamber of Commerce’s annual Educators’ Breakfast Monday morning at the college. More than 160 people – from businesses, or sponsors and education and government dignitaries – attended the breakfast to welcome 71 new people involved with education to Seward County. Those welcomed include: Wesley Anderson, Sabrina Armijo, Ashley Arnold, Indira Arredando, Michael Ask, Kelly Becker, Jill Bowman, Marie (Hicks) Boyce, Thais Boziquetto, Kevin Brown, Michille Bryan, Sarah Byrne, Christopher Chiba, Lorena Cisneros, Jessica Culver, Joy Cyriac, Katrina Deters, Cynthia Divsalar, Kristen Dolen, David Engelhardt, Gricelda Estrada, Nicole Foster, Ron Garber, Louisa Garcia, Nichele Gaston, Ashley Goode, Amy Grace, Diane Gross, Daniel Hamel, Kaylee Harrison, Donna Hayes, Sarah Higgins, David Ingel, Mike Jameson, Randi Jones, Stephanie Jones, Nicole Lackas, Laurel Lahita, Paul and Mary Larkin, Janelle Maltbie, Michelle Martin, Jeana Martin, Michael McDaniel, Raven McFall, Daniel Minde, Jane Mitchell, Ashley Moore, Tonna Noble, Allison Owens, Marie Ramirez, Jealynne Richardson, Wendy Roberts, Terri Roberts, Amy Robinson, Sheela Rogers, Kayla Rose, Noemi Rueda, Becky Breer Schwan, William Seifert, Stephanie Shilander, Jenny (Boyer) Soulias, Amy Spurrier, Natalie Stramel, Lavona Swank, Claire Torres, Sylvia Villa, Robert Wilson Jr., Bridget Wolden, Andrea Wood and Bonnie Young. Courtesy photo
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