Tuesday, August 14, 2001


Sophomore makes Mount's dean's list

        Sophomore Sarah Kuehn was named to the second semester dean's list at the College of Mount St. Joseph.

        The graduate of Oak Hills High School is the daughter of Samuel and Sandra Kuehn of Green Township.

Volunteers honored

               The United Way & Community Chest honored the following with Volunteer Recognition Awards for helping UW&CC make an impact on the community:

        Karen Bell, of Walnut Hills, who has been instrumental in developing major communications, marketing and branding presentations for the board of trustees and other key constituencies as well as researching and developing presentations for campaigns. While Ms. Bell served as lead volunteer from United Way's pro bono ad agency in 1990 and 1997, their public service announcements won awards from the Advertising Club of Cincinnati.

        Rita Wetterstroem, of Pleasant Ridge, who has been involved with United Way's annual campaign, serving as the airport division leader for almost 20 years. During this time, the airport campaign and the Kenton County Airport Board's employee campaign have tripled in size. A member of Northern Kentucky's Action Council since 1994, Ms. Wetterstroem is also a board member for Senior Services of Northern Kentucky, a United Way agency.

Japan exchange

               Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc. has awarded Laura Nelson of Hamilton a scholarship for a summer experience in Japan through Youth For Understanding International Exchange. The award is based on academics, community involvement, interests and essays.

        Laura, who attends Ross Senior High School, will spend six weeks living with a host family immersed in the country's culture.

Nurse scholarships

               The Christ Hospital School of Nursing has awarded the following two-year, full-tuition scholarships to students entering this fall:

        Brianne Corner of South Dearborn High School; Jessica Tyree of Taylor High School; Heather Smith of Northwest High School; Jenny Dattilo and Aimee Wessendorf of Oak Hills High School; Amy Robinson and Holly Schletker of Ryle High School; and Christina Davison, Rebecca Lyons and Kristy Wetherald of God's Bible School and College of Cincinnati.

        Call: (513) 755-4164. Fax: 755-4150. Mail: Congrats, The Cincinnati Enquirer, 7700 Service Center Drive, West Chester, OH 45069.


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