Calais High School

Class of 2008

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Graduates Class of 2008

David Lumbert

Dale Wunder

Lyndsay Bailey

Matt Driscoll Megan Ellsmore John Hatt
Chelsie Kerr Beth Knight  

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Lyndsay Bailey. I am a Lab Technician at Standish Denture. My hobbies include, snowmobiling four wheeling and fishing in the summer. I am getting married the Nathan Wood on June 9, 2012 in Calais.

David Lumbert ‘12 is a junior at Dartmouth College where he studies government and public policy. He is originally from Calais, Maine, where he graduated from Calais High School and served as president of the Maine Association of Student Councils. At Dartmouth, Lumbert works as programming director for Dartmouth Broadcasting, mentors for the STAR mentoring program, serves as secretary of Zeta Psi fraternity, and is active with the Rockefeller Center Policy Research Shop. His research projects for the policy research shop have included analyzing the social impacts of gambling in the United States and developing strategies to reduce child poverty in Vermont. In the summer of 2009, Lumbert interned at Preble Street Resource Center in Portland, Maine, and this past spring he studied French language and culture in Lyon, France. This fall Lumbert will be interning in Washington, DC, in the Office of Senator Olympia Snowe (R-ME).

Dale Wunder, Early College for ME student, tested his skills recently at a fire in Eddington. A 2008 graduate of Calais High School, Wunder is in his second year in the fire science program at Eastern Maine Community College and his second year in the live-in program at the Eddington Fire Department. Recently, he was the first to respond when a man using an acetylene torch caught his shed and mobile home on fire. Wunder contained the fire until other firefighters arrived. The shed was lost and the home damaged, but because Wunder responded so quickly, no one was injured. He will graduate from EMCC’s fire science program in May and plans to pursue his paramedic license. As long as he’s a student, he can continue in the live-in program at Eddington. Wunder hopes eventually to find a job in that vicinity as both firefighter and paramedic. 

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