Monday, November 05, 2001


Eighth-grader wins $20K scholarship

        Seven Hills School eighth-grader Jasmine Woodard of Mason was one of four students nationally to win a $20,000 Eddie Robinson Eighth Grade Scholarship Award. She earned the honor based on her achievements in gymnastics and cheerleading, community service, leadership in the classroom and student council, and excellence in the classroom.

        The Eddie Robinson Foundation is a nonprofit organization that provides scholarships to deserving high-school seniors and eighth-graders. The unrestricted scholarship will be held in her name until high-school graduation and subsequent acceptance into college.


               The following have received scholarships to attend Wilmington College in Wil mington, Ohio:

        Deon Short, a Mount Healthy High School graduate, was awarded a Minority Scholarship. The son of Betty and Alan Short of New Burlington intends to major in computer science.

        Kristin Kohorst, a Turpin High School graduate, received a Trustee Scholarship. She is the daughter of Dawn and Garry Kohorst of Anderson Township.

UC scholarship

               Dean's list student Nick Harmon of Sycamore Township was awarded an academic scholarship for the 2001-02 year at the University of Cincinnati. He is majoring in criminal justice.

NKU dean's list

               Freshman Cristen Casteel was named to the fall and winter dean's lists at Northern Kentucky University.

        The Colerain High School graduate is the daughter of Linda and John Casteel of Bevis.

Military graduates

               The following airmen have graduated from basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio:

        Tanis Brainerd, a Sycamore High School graduate and daughter of Karen Roark of Blue Ash; James Denson, Mount Healthy High School graduate and son of Helen Denson of College Hill; Timothy Maurath, Lakota High School graduate and son of Jan and Carl Maurath of West Chester; Nicholas Comello, the son of Linda Conn of Westwood; Nicholas Paff, Elder High School graduate and son of Mary Paff of Delhi Township; and Dennis Murray, Hughes Center graduate and son of Hannah and Dennis Murray of Bond Hill.

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