Tuesday, May 22, 2001
Project leads to Eagle Scout Award
Brian Barker of Troop 693 has achieved the highest rank of the Boy Scouts of America: the Eagle Scout Award.
As his service project, he renovated the youth group room at Dearborn Hills Methodist Church.
Brian is the son of Phyllis and Ted Barker of Bright, Ind.
OSU dean's list
Junior Kira Foken has been named to the dean's list at Ohio State University in Columbus for the fifth time.
The graduate of McAuley High School is the daughter of Vincent Foken of Amberley Village.
OU award winner
Luke Doerning has received the Ohio University Founders Award based on achieving an SAT score of 1,320 or above and being in the top 20 percent of his graduating class. He was selected by panel interview to attend the School of Visual Communication in the fall.
The senior at St. Xavier High School is the son of Liz and Bernie Doerning of West Chester Township.
An article written by Marshall Adams of Milford was published as the cover story in Swimming Technique.
Mr. Adams is the swim coach at Cincinnati Country Day School and the article was about the Australian crawl stroke he teaches.
Seniors attending Purcell Marian High School have accepted the following scholarships:
Scott Schuler will attend Miami University in Oxford on a four-year renewable Chick Evans Caddie Scholarship. The son of Debbie and Robert Schuler of Pleasant Ridge plans to major in finance.
Toni Pope was awarded Wittenberg University's Achievement Scholarship Award, based on scholarship competition and academic performance. The daughter of Mary Anne and Anthony Pope of East Walnut Hills intends to major in pre-veterinary medicine at the Springfield, Ohio, school.
Mark Simon will attend Ohio State University in Co lumbus on a four-year renewable Chick Evans Caddie Scholarship. The son of Debbie and Kevin Simon of Norwood intends to major in business.
Brandon Elliott accepted the Honors Scholarship to the College of Mount St. Joseph. The son of Kim and James Foley of Oakley intends to major in nursing.
Wayne Livengood IIIhas graduated from Marine Corps recruit training at Parris Island, S.C. He was named his platoon's honor graduate, the highest award given to a recruit.
The graduate of Carlisle High School is the son of Wayne Livengood II of Mount Healthy and Alnette Stevens of Carlisle.
Anna Whitsett, an anthropology major at the University of Denver, has received a research grant from a university-sponsored program, Partners in Scholarship. Her project will analyze the function and determine the radiocarbon age of artifacts recovered from the Colorow Cave site in the southwestern Denver metropolitan region.
A graduate of Seven Hills High School, she is the daughter of Jeffrey and Dorinda Whitsett of Anderson Township.
Milford resident Adam Gabbard, of Goshen High School, attended the National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C. The leadership development program invites high-school students - based on scholastic merit, community involvement and leadership contributions - to interact with national leaders.
Adam visited Capitol Hill, worked through simulations of issues, and interacted with a panel of journalists at the National Press Club.
Kendra Harmon, a senior swimmer at East Central High School in St. Leon, Ind., has received the Eli Lilly Scholarship and will attend the University of Notre Dame in the fall.
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