Wolf Point Herald

Fort Peck Community College Celebrates Students’ Success At Graduation

Each of Fort Peck Community College’s 46 graduates serves as an example of how hard work and commitment translate into personal and academic success. Graduates celebrating the completion of their degrees included Christopher Allen, associate of applied science in automotive technology and certificate in heavy equipment; Robin Begs His Own, associate of arts in human services; Xander Beston, certificate in welding; Stanley Bighorn, certificate in welding; Megan Bighorn-Black, associate of arts in general studies; Wilma Bets His Medicine, associate of arts in education; Hunter Braaten, certificate in electrical line worker; Dominique Brown, certificate in electrical line worker; O’Dale Brown, associate of applied science in business technology; Janet Campbell, associate of applied science in automotive technology; Lilda Christian, associate of arts in education; Jonathan Daniels, associate of arts in business administration; Marcus DeCoteau, associate of arts in general studies; Danielle Doornek, associate of science in pre-health/pre-nursing; Chauncey Elk, certificate in heavy equipment; Ellen Enriquez, associate of science in pre-health/pre-nursing; Rachel Etheridge, associate of arts in general studies; Jessica Failing-Berger, associate of applied science in business technology and certificate in accounting technician; Patience Frislie, associate of applied science in business technology; Kyle Goodman, certificate in electrical line worker; Alexandria Herrald, associate of arts in human services; David James, associate of arts in business administration; Jeffery Kemp, associate of applied science in business technology; Ta’Leigha Martell, associate of arts in general studies; Ryan Marottek, associate of arts in business administration; Shirley Meyer, associate of arts in Native American studies; Darci Miller, associate of arts in general studies; Pryce Paulson, associate of applied science in automotive technology; Adrieene Reddoor, associate of arts in general studies; Christy Red Dog-Youngman, associate of applied science in business technology; Randy Red Elk, certificates in heavy equipment and welding; Martel Reum, associate of arts in chemical addiction studies; Dimitri Ricker, associate applied science in building trades; Bryson Runsabove-Meyers, associate of arts in Native American studies; Winona Runsabove-Meyers, associate of arts in Native American studies; Riley Schind-ler, associate of applied science in automotive technology and certificate of heavy equipment; Trinzy Schultes, associate of arts in education; Elsey Sherman, associate of arts in human services; Alyssa Shields, associate of science in pre-health/pre-nursing; Cody Sietsema, certificate in electrical line worker; Carrie Sifford, associate of arts in psychology; Antoinette Simons, certificate in heavy equipment; Dillon Spotts, associate of applied science in computer technology and certificate in desktop support technician; Brendan Youpee, certificate in building trades; Lloyd Youpee, associate of applied science in building trades; and Cherilyn Yuzicappi, associate of applied science in business technology. Preceding the ceremony was the annual FPCC Graduation Pow-wow/Waċipi held Friday at the Wolf Point High School. Dancers were out in full force as contest dancing included adult women and men, teens 13 to 19, girls and boys, junior girls and boys, tiny tots and the Potato Dance. Drums included the host drum Soldier Hill and Tatanka Oyate. The FPCC Blue Stone Indian Club and Culture Committee are grateful for the contributions of volunteers and community members for making FPCC’s cultural celebration a successful one.