Tuesday, March 4, 2003

Congrats



Student earns 4.0

Juliet Manto, a senior music major at Hillsdale (Mich.) College, was named to the fall semester dean's list with a 4.0 grade-point average. The home school graduate is daughter of Janice and Peter Manto of Greenhills.

Social work Ph.D.

Kama Brockmann has earned a Ph.D. in social work from the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration and is employed by the California Department of Health Services Office of AIDS. She is daughter of Joyce and Carl Brockmann of Madeira.

Winning dancers

The Mimi Ministry of the Greater Cincinnati Choral Union placed first at the Praise Dance Explosion at the National Convention of Gospel Choirs and Choruses in Nashville, Tenn.

Members of the ministry are Tamala Lumpkin, D'Anna Kelley, Keisha Branch, Nathan Rogers and Tresa Lumpkin.

Hispanics honored

Two St. Xavier High School seniors were honored by the 2002 National Hispanic Recognition Program.

They were among students identifying themselves as Hispanic when taking the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test as juniors. Kelly Ross, son of Emma and Kenneth Ross of North Bend, was named a scholar. Miguel Villalobos, son of Mary Ellen and Ernesto Villalobos of Anderson Township, was an honorable mention finalist.

Top speech writer

Wayne Baughman of Westwood won the International Speech Contest at West Hills Toastmaster Club and will compete in the Area 32 contest in March.

Full-tuition award

Sarah Rhode, a senior at Cincinnati Christian High School, was awarded a Collegiate Fellowship Scholarship to attend Capital University, Columbus. The renewable full-tuition award is given to incoming freshmen on the basis of outstanding high school achievement, standardized test scores, an interview and timed essay competition. Sarah is daughter of Peggy and Chris Rhode of Blue Ash.

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