Inducted in 2002
Lanna Martin
Born on November 6, 1983 in Millinocket, Maine
Calais High School

Lanna is ranked #1 in her class of 68 with a GPA of 97.60. She has been accepted to attend St. Anselm College, St. Joseph College, and the University of Maine at Orono. She plans to attend St. Anselm with a major in business management or medicine. She is the daughter of Alton and Mona Martin.

At Calais High School, Lanna participated for the "Blue Devils" in Soccer (captain), Baskctball (captain), Tennis, and Softball (captain). In soccer she was named to the All-East team. In Softball she was named as a DAC (league) All-Star. And, in basketball she received recognition and awards for her accomplishments. She was a 1,000-point scorer, named as Eastcm Maine Tournament MVP for three years, and selected a Miss Maine Basketball. She was also named to the DAC All-Star and All-State teams. "Her motivation, spirit, and competitive drive have contributed to every team (and classroom) of which she has been a member."

Beyond the athletic arena she participates on the Math Team and Mock Trial, is a member of the National Honor Society and has been Class President for the past two years. She also serves as a tutor in English and Math. "Few young people have the maturity and strength of character that Lanna has demonstrated." "Her amiable personality exemplifies the fact that she can relate to persons of all standings."

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