- Hillcrest High Future Business Leaders win honors:

Five students from Hillcrest High placed in the regional Future Business Leaders of America Club competition at Brighton High.Lucy Yu won first place in the economic division; Robert Wood finished second in the Accounting II category; Dennis Armstrong was third in the keyboard application division; Susan Haws finished fourth in the interview skills category; and Judd Hokanson placed fifth in the enterpreneurship category.

Two other Hillcrest students, Travis Hanberg and Brandon Francom, also participated in the regional competition. School advisers are Marta Diamond and Delene Riggins.

- 10 Hillcrest students are finalists in the D.E.C.A. State Competition:

The Hillcrest High Chapter of the Distributive Education Clubs of America competed in the state competitions at the Utah State Fairgrounds, and 10 students were finalists in their respective events.

Shane Andrews, Alyse Darrington, Kathy Haskell, Steve Hayward, Amy Layton, Holly Martin, Soulin Phanakhone, Aaron Ruckman, James Schow and Lucy Yu were finalists.

In addition, Hayward, Andrews, Schow and Layton were first-place winners. They will represent Hillcrest at the national competition in Denver.

- Reading Elementary donates quilts to hospital:

Instead of making traditional Valentine's cards last February, four third-grade classes at Centerville's Reading Elementary decided to create five quilts and donate them to Lakeview Hospital.

"This is the first time in my over 20 years at the hospital that I had thehonor to accept five quilts at once," Susan Muldoon, Lakeview's marketing director said.

The quilts will be stocked in the hospital's nursery and used as needed. Or, if a mother is needy, she may take one home with her baby.

The Centerville students' teachers are Mrs. Waters, Mrs. Kielsmerer, Mrs. Renie and Mrs. Ripplinger.

- West Valley teens take on commission jobs:

Nicolle Austin, Philip Marsh and Jessica Millward of Hunter High School were selected to be "Commissioners for a Day" during the Salt Lake County Government Week.

The three students conducted a commission meeting and also had lunch with the Salt Lake County commissioners.

- Edgemont Elementary students complete extensive reports:

Fifth-graders at Edgemont Elementary School, 9800 S. 1000 East, have been working extra hard the past several months completing reports on the state. The students have been compiling extensive information, pictures and charts on the State of Utah. They also memorized five-minute speeches.

- Medical student selected to attend diabetes workshop:

John Wynn, University of Utah senior medical student, was selected to participate in the 10th annual Medical Student Workshop, sponsored by the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. The workshop was held in Bellevue, Wash.

Wynn was one of 65 students chosen from the United States and Canada to attend the workshop. He will graduate from the U. School of Medicine this spring.

- Medical resident receives national scholarship:

Kurt T. Hegmann, M.D., a resident in the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine's occupational medicine program at the University of Utah School of Medicine, has been awarded one of eight national scholarships granted by the Occupational Physicians Fund.

The residency is located at the department's Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational and Environmental Health at the U.

- Outstanding provider for March:

Rich Clements has been recognized as the outstanding provider of quality service during March at Intermountain Health Care's Heritage Residential Treatment Center for troubled youth.

Clements is a morning counselor on the boys campus and has worked there for one year. The Brigham Young University student is a native of Idaho Falls.

- Hillcrest announces Girls/Boys State participants:

The following three girls from Hillcrest High will participate in the 1991 Girls' State Convention, June 10-15, at Southern Utah University: Alyse Darrington, Ruth Ann Farnsworth and Elizabeth Montague. The two alternates are Kristi Dupaix and Lori Hill.

The following six Hillcrest boys will participate in the the Boys State Convention, June 10-15, at Weber State University: Robert Larsen, Tony McIllece, Erik Shupe, Greg Whitehead, John Williams and Greg Wright. The two alternates are Colby Engstrum and Michael Tenney.