Sunday, June 02, 2002
Students' art in national show
Two Archbishop McNicholas High School students, Hanna McGeeand Christine Wiot, had their ceramic artwork displayed and juried in conjunction with the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts Conference in Kansas City, Mo.
The following eighth-graders were winners in the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services' annual Women Making History Essay Contest:
Lauren Moser of Seven Hills Middle School placed third in the math, science and health services category.
Shanise Warner of Gamble Elementary School placed fourth in the athletics category.
Danielle Spicer of Talawanda Middle School placed fourth in the education and community service category.
Seton High School has awarded one-year scholarships to incoming freshman based on test scores.
From St. Antoninus: Stephanie Caruso, Allison Dolle, Ashleigh Gay, Jennifer Hacker, Beth Hinzman and Tara Schuler.
From St. Dominic: Amy Englert, Jillian Fitzpatrick, Noelle Lammers and Kim Pastura.
From Our Lady of Victory: Amanda Lipps, Mary Lockwood and Emily Metz.
From St. Aloysius on the Ohio: Chelsea Graham.
Natalie Whitsett, a second-grader at Summit Country Day School, passed the first round of level 2 of the American Music Scholarship Association piano competition.
She will participate in the second round of competition at the Aronoff center in July.
The National Ski Patrol, a non-profit, educational, safety, rescue and first aid system for the snow-skiing public, named Frank Cleary of Lawrenceburg's Perfect North Slopes the National Outstanding Patrol Director for 2001.
Emily Harvey was named to the autumn quarter dean's list at the University of Cincinnati Raymond Walters Campus. She is a nursing student and will graduate this spring.
She is the daughter of Eileen and Greg Harvey of Cheviot.
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