Tuesday, August 21, 2001


Engineer student joins honor society

        Chris Schott, a senior aerospace engineering student at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Fla., has been inducted into Sigma Tau Delta honor society.

        The Mason High School graduate is the son of Judi and Duane Schott of Mason.

Sinkfield excels

               Brandi Sinkfield graduated cum laude from Xavier University in New Orleans, La. She has been accepted into the Case Western Reserve School of Medicine in Cleveland.

        The Purcell Marian High School graduate is the daughter of Alfreda and Eddie Sinkfield of Glendale.

OSU dean's list

               Spanish major Erin Davis was named to the dean's list at Ohio State University.

        The Walnut Hills High School graduate is the daughter of Craig Davis of Kennedy Heights.

Elder artists win

               The following seniors from Elder High School received scholarships from the Art Directors Club of Cincinnati:

        David Kroner, of Bridgetown, won the Charter Member Scholarship and Best of Show; and Matt Jackson, of Delhi Township, received the Second Merit Scholarship. Both will attend the University of Cincinnati's College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning in the fall.

Scholarships won

               The following received Loveland Area Chamber of Commerce 2001 Scholarships:

        Phillip Deis, who graduated first in his class at Loveland High School. He played football and baseball for four years and basketball for two years of high school; volunteered as a coach for base ball and football at Loveland Youth Camps; and played in the school Jazz Band for four years. He will pursue a degree in chemical engineering at Ohio State University. Katherine Housh, a graduate of Ursuline Academy. She received “first honors” for every quarter of high school; completed over 200 service hours during her sophomore year; was the editor of Chalkdust, the Ursuline literary publication; was inducted into the Spanish Honor Society; and was a leader in the Hands Across Campus effort. She attended mission trips to Mexico on five occasions, through her church, to work with orphaned children. She will major in English education at Miami University.

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