Congressman Joe Donnelly addressed the students saying: Congratulations to the 2011 Elkhart Memorial High School graduates. I especially commend this year's class for their participation in numerous service and philanthropic fundraising activities for the community and world, including raising money for Haiti earthquake victims, women's shelters, and food pantries. I was honored to speak at their graduation today.
The ceremony took place on June 6, 2011 and 388 students received their diplomas, 56 of them have latino surnames. Here is the list of some of them:
Maria Alva, Jesús Alvarado, Lidia Amaya, Víctor Baéz, Adam Bautista, Alfredo Beltrán, Juan Camacho, Elizabeth Castro Reyes, Verónica Cortez-Ramirez, Jesse Cruz, Cristel Cuacuamoxtia, María DeSantos-Macias, Bárbara Duran, Yasmine El Quariachi, Thelma Enríquez, Tanya Fernández, Arika Galván, David García, Mayra García, Juan Gómez, Miguel Guerrero, Paulina Herrera, Jesús Huizar, Alexis Jurado, Hugo Leal, Luis Maldonado, Brenda Manríquez, Marie Martínez, Paola Martínez, Jeanette Maya, Alvaro Murillo, Yesenia Navarrete, Elisa Ortega, María Páez, Donna Pérez, Oscar Preciado, César Ramírez, Samuel Rodino, Vincent Rodino, Judith Rodríguez, Kevin Rodríguez, Luis A. Rodriguez, Luis Alberto Rodríguez,Rafael Rodríguez,Jose Romo-Sicairos, Jonathan Saiz, María Salazar, Michelle Salazar, Ajelet Salvador, Adriana Sánchez, Erika Tadeo, Berenice Vargas, Francisco Vásquez, Luis Vásquez, Vanessa Vela, Ricardo Velásquez Vargas Among the 12 best students were Juan Gomez-Rios and Oscar Preciado.
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