Friday, May 30, 2003


2 are Eagle Scouts

Two Roger Bacon High School seniors have achieved the highest rank of the Boy Scouts of America: Eagle Scout.

• Andy Kalb, of Troop 354, St. Clement Catholic Church. For his community service project, he and his crew built an outdoor classroom with a pond and flower beds, and mulched areas at St. Clement's. Andy is the son of Barb and Barry Kalb of St. Bernard.

• Rob Donohoue, of Troop 400, Our Lady of the Rosary Church. His service project entailed recataloging the books in the church's grade school library from card catalog to computer reference. Rob is the son of Chris and Ray Donohoue of Springfield Township.

In elite orchestra

Fairfield High School junior Adam Neeley was selected as a member of the 2003 National High School Honors Orchestra in conjunction with the American String Teachers Association National Conference in Columbus, Ohio.

Adam is principal viola for the Cincinnati Symphony Youth Orchestra, Fairfield High School Orchestra, Southwest Ohio Region Orchestra, Ohio All-State Orchestra and the assistant principal viola for Cincinnati Community Orchestra .

Grad has 2 degrees

Marti Newland has graduated from Oberlin College and the Oberlin Conservatory of Music with two degrees.

She received a bachelor's of music degree in voice performance and a bachelor of arts degree, with highest honors, in African-American studies.

Newland will pursue a Ph.D in musicology (interdisciplinary study of classical music and African-American studies) at Duke University, Durham, N.C.

She was awarded the Duke Endowment Fellowship of Music which provides tuition, fees and a living stipend.

The Seven Hills School graduate is the daughter of Bonnie and Kirk Newland of Sharonville.

In honor society

Meredith Seurkamp, a freshman attending Miami University, has been inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta national academic freshman honor society.

The St. Ursula Academy graduate is the daughter of Jackie and Frank Seurkamp of Anderson Township.

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

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