CCC Students Named to All-Oregon Academic Team

 OREGON CITY — Every year for the last 20 years, each of Oregon’s 17 community colleges have selected two outstanding students to be recognized for their academic achievements and community involvement. In recognition of their accomplishments, Clackamas Community College students Blaine Gobler and Kelly Ragalie joined 36 other students for brunch on Thursday, April 12, in Salem for the All-Oregon Academic Team. 

 The Oregon Community College Association hosted the brunch honoring the 38 students, ranging in age from 19 to 55 and coming from all walks of life. Following the brunch, Gov. John Kitzhaber greeted the students, posing for a group photo on the steps of the Rotunda.

Gobler, 19, is an honor roll student and an officer in Phi Theta Kappa, the honor society for students at two-year colleges. He plans to transfer to the University of Oregon and study dentistry. Ragalie, 33, is a mother of four, who owns and operates a flooring company. She is a volunteer for Providence St. Vincent and the American Red Cross. She is an officer with Phi Theta Kappa and a scholarship recipient and maintains a 3.75 grade point average. She plans to transfer to Portland State University and work toward a career as a physician’s assistant.

For more information, please contact Janis Rosenlof at 503-594-3022.  

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