Friday, December 21, 2001
Colonel honored with service award
Col. Richard Greer, of Ross, was honored by the Ohio Attorney General with the Distinguished Law Enforcement Service Award at the State of Ohio's Law Enforcement Conference.
Col. Greer, Hamilton County Park District Chief Ranger, has served the district since 1975 and was promoted to chief in 1983. His leadership led to the implementation of several programs within the department, including mounted, marine and bike patrols, and the Ranger Color Guard.
Beth Trenz, an elementary education major at Samford University, Birmingham, Ala., studied in England this fall as part of Samford's Semester Abroad pro gram. She studied at the Samford London Study Centre in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in the heart of London.
She is a resident of Montgomery.
Certificate of merit
The Northwest High School Athletics Department received the Certificate of Merit from the Ohio Valley Volleyball Officials Association in recognition of their contributions to the organization during the 2001 season.
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