Monday, July 23, 2001


Young gymnast going to Denmark

        David Baur of West Chester Township will travel this week as a member of the United States National Team to the World Age Championships in Odense, Denmark. He will compete in the trampoline and the double-mini trampoline events.

        David, an eighth-grader at Liberty Junior School, trains four nights a week at Kristi's Tumbling and Trampoline in West Chester Township.

Elder achievers

               Seniors from Elder High School have received the following scholarships:

        Justin Schaedle, the son of Jan and Jerry Schaedle of Delhi Township, and William Hills, son of Karen and William Hills of Delhi, earned scholarships to the College of Mount St. Joseph. Louis Goettke, the son of Theresa and Kenneth Goettke of Price Hill, re ceived an Army ROTC scholarship to the University of Cincinnati.

        Robert Carvitti, son of Donna and Vince Carvitti of Delhi Township, received a Xavier University Presidential Scholarship.

On dean's lists

               Scott Kenan, a freshman business administration/marketing major at the University of Cincinnati, was named to the fall and winter dean's lists.

        The graduate of Elder High School is the son of Joyce and Glenn Kenan of Delhi Township.

Teacher to travel

               Amelia High School art teacher Jennifer Drydyk will visit Japan for three weeks in October under the sponsorship of the Fulbright Memorial Fund and the government of Japan. She and other educators will share cultural exchanges and professional development.

        She plans to implement a school program of Japanese culture and education upon her return.

Scholars named

               Three graduating seniors from Walnut Hills High School, Cynthia Berning of White Oak, David Chan of Mount Lookout, and Eric Purdy of Mount Washington, were named semifinalists in the 2001 Presidential Scholars Program.

        Presidential Scholars represent excellence in education and in honoring them, the president of the United States symbolically honors all graduating high school seniors of high potential. Finalists enjoy an expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C., to meet with officials, tour the city, and receive the Presidential Scholars medallion at a White House ceremony.

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