Monday, June 04, 2001
Kings freshman wins speech event
Kings High School freshman Nicole Bowlin won the Douglass G. High Historical Oration Contest of the Cincinnati Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution.
Nicole is the daughter of Kathy and Terry Bowlin of Landen.
Milford High School students took top honors at the Distributive Education Clubs of America District No.6 annual competitive events.
Taking first place in their events were: David Lewis, Paulo Azzolini, Stephanie Butcher, Katie Jurcisin, Carrisa Shannon, Ryan Miller, Grant Swartzentruber, Phillip Woodward, Tony Williams, Lisa Owens, Matt Warren, and Dominick Colangelo.
Winning second place were: Tim Egbert, Alley Stiteler, Jessica Florer, Keith Fisher, Eugene Danbury, David Atkerson, Rose Fox, Paula Slone, Marc Sterling, and Mark Hughes.
Placing third were: Sarah McAllister, Ben Birkle, Justin Warren, Tyler Stadtmiller, and Alex Stultz.
Northwest High School won the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Sportsmanship Award for the winter athletic season.
The schools in the league vote on sportsmanship as demonstrated by coaches, players and fans.
Studying at sea
Alison Martinez, a student at the University of Michigan, attended the Spring Voyage of the Semester at Sea Program. The program, administered by the Institute for Shipboard Education and sponsored by the University of Pittsburgh, takes approximately 600 students from colleges and universities in the U.S. and abroad around the world each fall and spring semester.
Ms. Martinez, the daughter of Paula and Ralph Martinez of Newtown, traveled from Nassau to Seattle, by way of Cuba, Brazil, South Africa, Kenya, India, Malaysia, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Japan.
OSU dean's list
Michael Gehrig, Jr., a junior journalism major, was named to the winter quarter dean's list at Ohio State University.
The graduate of Walnut Hills High School is the son of Barbara and Michael Gehrig of Mount Lookout.
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