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Nominate outstanding Blue Devils

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The Davis High School Blue & White Foundation is seeking nominations of outstanding individuals, teams and groups to be considered for the Class of 2011 inductees into the Davis High School Hall of Fame.

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Nomination categories include alumni at large, alumni athletics, alumni fine arts, DHS faculty and staff, and friends and benefactors of DHS. All eligible alumni nominees must have graduated at least 10 years prior to nomination.

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Foundation President Nancy Peterson said she is thrilled to “continue the tradition of honoring the incredibly bright, hard-working and talented alumni Davis High School has produced.”

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Past Hall of Fame inductees include Dave Scott, A.J. “Bud” Henle, Mark Inouye, Denise Curry, Elaine Kasmatis, John Barovetto, Tony Fields, Craig Wilson, JoAnne Moldenauer, Dick Lewis, Ron Brown, Richard Brunelle, Michael Franti, Carol Greider and Ralph Villanueva.

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Alumni at large nominees must demonstrate or have demonstrated significant achievement in or contribution to society. All athletic and fine art nominees must have either demonstrated significant achievement while attending DHS or must have established themselves as an amateur or professional at a local, state or international levels.

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Faculty and staff members and friends and benefactors of DHS should — by personal endeavor, leadership and sacrifice over a period of years — have made an extraordinary contribution to the success of DHS.

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Nominations may be made online via the DHS Blue & White Foundation website, http://dhsblueandwhite.org. Nomination forms also may be picked up at the DHS office or mailed upon request. Nominations will close March 15.

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A selection committee will vote this spring and the 2011 DHS Hall of Fame inductees will be announced at the Davis High School commencement ceremony. A dinner honoring the inductees is planned for Oct. 8 at Freeborn Hall on the UC Davis campus.

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For more information, call Lynne Yackzan at (530) 681-5020.

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Special to The Enterprise

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