Tuesday, April 22, 2003


Siblings make list

Three children of Jan and Mike Meyer of White Oak were named to the fall quarter dean's list at the University of Cincinnati.

Beth Meyer graduated in December with a bachelor's degree in industrial management.

Daniel Meyer is a junior majoring in industrial design in the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning.

Nicole Meyer is a freshman marketing major in the Carl Lindner Honors Plus Program in the College of Business Administration.

Music wins awards

Andy Dickson, a third-grader at Brent Elementary School, was the second-place winner in his classification and earned a superior rating for his composition "Phantoms" at the Ohio Federation of Music Clubs Junior Composers Contest. He also placed third for the state of Ohio in the Junior Composers Contest.

Mike Dickson, a seventh-grader at Finneytown Middle School, earned an excellent rating for his piece "Second Base Tune."

Both pieces were also entered in the PTA Reflections contest and won first-place honors.

In honor society

Emily Andrus, a junior history and secondary education major at Villanova University in Philadelphia, has been inducted into Phi Alpha Theta, a national history honor society. The Ursuline Academy graduate is the daughter of Mary and Mark Andrus of Glendale.

Pianist rewarded

Pianist Cameron Logan, a junior at the School for Creative and Performing Arts, was the first-place winner in the Blue Ash Symphony Guild's Young Artist Competition. He will make an appearance with the Blue Ash Symphony Orchestra during the 2003 season.

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