Tuesday, March 25, 2003


Glen Este grad now 2nd lieutenant

Aaron Combs has received a commission of second lieutenant in the Army Reserve through the Reserve Officer Training Corps Early Commissioning Program.

He graduated with an associate degree from Marion Military Institute, Ala.

The Glen Este High School graduate is son of Nora and Duane Combs of Cherry Grove.

On dean's list

Sarah Feder, of Wyoming, was named to the fall semester dean's list at Loyola University, Chicago, for her third consecutive semester.

She is a junior majoring in marketing and international business.

Work in Ghana

Lindsey Stanley, a sophomore at DePauw University, in Greencastle, Ind., worked in Ghana as part of a winter term in-service program.

A team of students worked with the Fellowship of Associates for Medical Evangelism building a chapel and working in the primary-care clinic in the town of Nkwanta.

She served as a member of the medical team.

The St. Ursula Academy graduate is daughter of Jibber and Gary Stanley of Mount Adams.

Research award

Winston Kao of Mason has received a Senior Scientific Investigator Award by Research to Prevent Blindness.

The award supports nationally recognized senior scientists conducting eye research at medical institutions.

Dr. Kao is a faculty member and director of the Ophthalmic Research Laboratory at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.

His principal field of research expertise is disorders and diseases of the cornea.

1st solo flights

Taking their first flights as student pilots without their instructors, soloing in single-engine aircrafts, were:

Theron Hopkins of Clifton, Kenneth Kapp of Amelia, Nate Kirstein of Anderson Township, Chris Owen of Milford and Jeff Sieve of Colerain Township.

The students are enrolled in the Aviation Technology: Professional Pilot Program at the University of Cincinnati Clermont College.

Upon completion of the two-year program, they will have earned associates of applied science degrees and commercial pilot's certificates.

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