Monday, August 27, 2001


Goode graduates Memphis cum laude

        Robert Goode graduated cum laude with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Memphis, Tenn. He wore an honor cord from the University Honors Program and a medallion for honors in mechanical engineering.

        He was a member of Mortar Board, a national college senior honor society, and served as president of Pi Tau Sigma, the mechanical engineering honor society.

        The Mason High School graduate is the son of Gwen and Jerry Goode of Mason.

Makes dean's list

               Lindsay Muller was named to the dean's list at Ohio State University. She is majoring in human ecology.

        The graduate of Madeira High School is the daughter of Judy and Bradley Muller of Madeira.

Choir takes third

               In their first year competing at the North American Music Festival in Toronto, the Mount Healthy High School Performing Ensemble Choir won third place.

        The choir was under the direction of music teacher Everett Moore.

Soldier promoted

               Kenneth Ramsby has graduated from the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy and was promoted to sergeant major.

        The Aiken Senior High School graduate and son of Virginia Cole of Rome, Ga., will be stationed in Vincenza, Italy.

Scouts awarded

               The following Seton High School seniors received the highest award given by the Girl Scouts — the Gold Award:

        • Katie Engelhardt, the daughter of Mary and Robert Engelhardt of Delhi Township. For her community service project, she worked with a group of girls from Emmanuel Center in Over-the-Rhine for more than two years and organized a camping trip for their troop.

        • Julie Heintz, the daughter of Connie and Robert Heintz of Delhi Township. For her project, she submitted articles for publication to area newspapers and made a video that will be used to recruit new girls and leaders to Girl Scouting.

        • Lyn Luebbe, the daughter of Diane and Stephen Luebbe of Delhi Township. For her project, she collected new and used school supplies from various churches and distributed them at Linwood Academy, an inner-city school.

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


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