By Senators Stevens, Delvin, Becker, Swecker, Honeyford, Morton, McCaslin, Brandland, Parlette, Schoesler, Zarelli, Carrell, Ranker, Kohl-Welles, and Fraser

     WHEREAS, Jessica Munoz, a senior at Mt. Vernon Christian is a racquetball player possessing great skill who has developed her craft in the city of Burlington under the guidance of her father, Alan Lawson and amassed over 28 national and international racquetball medals; and
     WHEREAS, Jessica Munoz uses her racquetball skill to instruct others, officiate racquetball matches, and is the top racquetball player for her age group in her home country of Columbia; and
     WHEREAS, Jessica Munoz has recently become a citizen of the United States and won the 36th annual 16 and younger junior racquetball championship and has earned a one-year appointment to the U.S. Junior National Team and is the fourth ranked racquetball player in the United States for her age group and in 2008 Jessica captured the gold medal in the U.S. Nationals Doubles Competition; and
     WHEREAS, Jessica Munoz competed in the 2009 International Racquetball Federation Championships and defeated the Dominican Republic in the doubles gold medal match, and Jessica collected a silver medal and gold medal at the Junior World Tournament, competing against the top two competitors from each county;
     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Washington State Senate congratulate and celebrate the domestic and international competitive racquetball achievements of Jessica Munoz; and
     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That a copy of this resolution be immediately transmitted by the Secretary of the Senate to Jessica Munoz and Alan Lawson.

I, Thomas Hoemann, Secretary of the Senate,
do hereby certify that this is a true and
correct copy of Senate Resolution 8683,
adopted by the Senate
February 15, 2010

Secretary of the Senate