Navajo-Hopi Nations,Flagstaff & Winslow News
Sun, May 31

Greyhills commemorates Class of 2003<br>

Mora attended the Tuba City Boarding School from kindergarten to eighth grade and proceeded to attend Greyhills for four consecutive years.

He was captain for the football team and played for two years at the varsity level.

He listed football as one of his hobbies and said he also enjoys body surfing and traveling. His said his close friend is Crystal Dugi, a Warrior.

Mora’s advice for fellow under-classmates concerning their goals in education are, “Just keep on trucking, and do your best in school.”


Heather Whiterock, 18, graduated as salutatorian and is the daughter of Roy and Nellie Whiterock of Tonolea, where Whiterock currently resides. She was awarded a $1,250 scholarship.

Her maternal grandparents are David and Lorraine Clitso of Shonto. Her paternal grandparents are Ben and Annie Whiterock of Tonolea.

Whiterock’s clans are the Rock Gap Clan, born for Red Running through the People Clan. Her maternal grandfather is of the Salt Clan and second paternal grandfather is of the Bitter Water Clan.

“I would like to thank Ardean Betoney for always being there for me when I needed advice and help,” Whiterock said. “Ardean, you’re the best that’s ever happened to me—’Alligator Food.’”

Betoney has proposed to her and is now her fiancé.

“I also like to thank my parents, siblings, family, relatives and friends Toya, Kristen, Lyn, Sal, Pat and Al, and those not mentioned,” Whiterock said. “Thank you!”

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