Tuesday, October 09, 2001


Ursuline student attends forum

        Laura Koehne attended the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine in Chicago this summer. Students learned about medical ethics, the global effects of infectious disease, genetic research, public health and other subjects relevant to the field. They visited various learning and research facilities and interacted with health-care professionals.

        Laura, of West Chester Township, attends Ursuline Academy.

Scholarships won

               The following graduates of Mount Notre Dame High School have received scholarships:

        Jennifer Barnett of Reading, the Mount Notre Dame National Honor Society Scholarship, and the Ohio Department of Education Scholarship. She is majoring in nursing at Ohio State University, Columbus.

        Teresa Lukey of Sharonville, the Saint Rose Scholarship from the Catholic Women of Cincinnati, and the President's Scholarship from the University of Dayton. She will major in Spanish.

Army medal earned

               First Lt. Douglas Huber has received the Army Commendation Medal for outstanding achievement or meritorious service in the performance of his duties.

        The son of retired Lt. Col. Walter and Rosemarie Huber of Loveland is a graduate of Sycamore High School and Ohio State University, Columbus.

Pilot's certificates

               Students enrolled in the Aviation Technology: Professional Pilot Program at the University of Cincinnati-Clermont College have completed various programs.

        Nathan Smith of Williamsburg and Greg Worthington of Maineville have taken their first flights as students without instructors, soloing in single-engine aircrafts.

        Matthew Kramer of Cheviot earned his recreational pilot's certificate, while Brad Parker of Maineville and Tim Reist of Hamilton received private pilot's certificates. They all passed oral and flight exams with Federal Aviation Administration designated flight examiners.

        John Terhorst of Anderson Township earned his commercial pilot's certificate. He is now approved by the FAA to fly aircraft for compensation.

        When the students complete the two-year program, they will have earned associate of applied science degrees.

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