Monday, May 26, 2003


At conference

Reading High School students Sarah Broerman, Allie Craven, Ashlee Cutter, Laura Davis, Crystal Gee, Suzie Samuelson, Nickilyn Smith, Susan Baba, Fred Baba, Noah Gentry and Sabrina Smith received scholarships from the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services to attend the Pride Conference in Pittsburgh.

Cum laude grad

Sarah Lynn Bare has graduated cum laude from Bowling Green State University, Ohio, in interpersonal communications.The Walnut Hills High School graduate is the daughter of Diane and Tony Bare of College Hill.

On dean's list

Students named to the winter quarter dean's list at the University of Cincinnati:

Joseph Rapp, a senior urban planning major in the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. The Deer Park High School graduate is the son of Debbie and Mike Rapp of Deer Park.

Jennifer Tittermary, a senior in the College of Education. The Mason High School graduate is the daughter of Sue and Rich Tittermary of Mason.

Aaron Plank, a senior chemical engineering major. He is the son of Sandy and Rick Plank of Milford.

Ed Paff Jr., a senior computer engineering major. The Moeller High School graduate is the son of Claire and Ed Paff of Loveland.

Curtis (Matt) Thompson, attending the College of Business. The Winton Woods High School graduate is the son of Charlotte and Curtis Thompson of Forest Park.

Call: 755-4165. Fax: 755-4150. Mail: Congrats, The Cincinnati Enquirer, 7700 Service Center Drive, West Chester, OH 45069.

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