|Old Phone: 507-663-4677|
Email was email@example.com
5/8/00-Email was: firstname.lastname@example.org
2/6/01-Old Address was: 1383 Aurora Rd (E), Macedonia, OH 44056 2164676271
|Lots of dance classes. Equestrian club.|
Graduated see news below
|Going to be in Germany (confirmed by Melanie) for her first year. Possibly also in Germany 1996 summer for internship. |
2/6/01-Likes to taunt snow and document shiny crap in the Upper Midwest
|National Honor Society, 1993 - English Department Award, 1993 - Foreign Language Department Award, 1993 - Math Department Award, 1993 - Science Department Award, 1993 - Presidential Academic Fitness Award, 1993 - Principal's Award, Graduate of Distinction (3.75 GPA), Valevictorian|
|HS: Extra Curricular|
|Science Olympiad, Art Club, FCA, 4-H Club|
|HS: Hereby Do Will|
|I, Doreen Hartzell, hereby do will Elizabeth Perri (my twin) my collection of annoying camp songs to carry on the lunch-time tradition; to Julie Elliott my ability to levitate things and the job of trying to hide from her German class, and the Chapel Run tradition; to Brent and Dave (the annoying ones) my front seat on the bus; to Heather the ability to say candy-candy-star-corn-pumpkin-corn ; to the underclassmen my 4-year list of Mrs. S's best weird comments (i.e. amalgated crud of America) of French class; to Heidi P. my wicked German book; to Scott Perusek my ability to spell chihuahua (remember the space cadets?)|
|HS: I Will Always Remember|
|I will always remember the Space Cadets and E.E. (the "Staple-Master"), Cedar Point - "excuse me, is that a dog in you shorts?", the Art Club dinner at Cleveland's P.M. (You've got 5 minutes) and picnic / badminton game, what I learned from M.M. - a sharp pencil makes a sharp mind, erasers have freckles, Speclabs, Molly the Kite, the new Plain Old Parallelogram, our theorems, the profound wisdom of weltschmerz and chihuahuaism, forking Rae's b-day cake, "You Can't See Him From the Road" and that Reba song, the paprika in aisle 10, Laquita, the semi-taken woman, Groundhog's Day '92, backing thru the DQ drive thru, to never, ever enter a staircase with a "No Exit" sign.|
|HS: In Ten Years|
|In ten years Heather V. will be teaching history (in a building that doesn't hold heat), will be married and have two children (Yolanda and Yob-), while writing a book about people she's never met. Julie will be catching lightning bugs to get to the land of the immortal chihuahua. Tuesdays will be declared Elvis days adn Wednesday will become Barney the Dinosaur day. Beth M. will be a lawyer, suing people whose trees fall on cheap K-Mart tents, either that or shw will have become the empress of Taco Bell. Rachel P. will be writing children's stories about tree fairies. Jeff L. and Jenny T. will be the new tango equivalent of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.|
|HS: Senior Superlatives|
|Nominated for Most Likely to Succeed and Hardest Worker and First to Make a Million and Ideal Couple (With Eric Windt) (Winner)|
|NL Dec 15 1994 - Doreen Hartzell, daughter of Brian and Terry Hartzell of Macedonia, entered Carleton College.|
NHS Feb 19 1998 - Carleton College dean's list
NL Jul 15 1998 - Doreen Hartzell ... graduated from Carleton College in Northfield, MN June 13. She received a bachelor of science degree in biology and German with magna cum laude honors. She begins a one-year Fulbright Fellowship this fall to study the history of botany under the auspices of the Deutsches Museum at the University of Munich in Germany.
NHS Jul 16 1998 - Same as NL Jul 15 1998
NHS Oct 8 1998 - Dorren Hartzell, daughter of Brian and Terry Hartzell of Macedonia and a 1993 graduate of Nordonia Hills High School, has graduated from Carleton College.
Hartzell received a bachelor of science degree in biology and German with magna cum laude honors.
She will begin a one-year Fulbright Fellowship this fall to study the history of botany under the auspices of the Deutsches Museum at the Unversity of Munich in Germany.