Tuesday, May 21, 2002
Speech pathology major outstanding
Jenna Lutz, a junior speech pathology major at Ohio State University, has been selected for membership into the Mortar Board National Senior Honor Society. The organization recognizes the most outstanding seniors for distinguished ability and achievement.
The McAuley High School graduate is the daughter of Patricia and Vincent Lutz of Colerain Township.
Off to Harvard
Michael Baria, an Archbishop Moeller High School senior, will attend Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass., on a wrestling scholarship. The Moeller team captain is ranked 16th in the nation for the Class of 2002 by USA Wresting.
The Academic All-American and Academic All-Ohio student plans to major in pre-med. He is the son of Debbie and Mike Baria of Mason.
Eagle Scout Award
Daniel Smyth, Troop 591, has achieved the highest rank of the Boy Scouts of America: the Eagle Scout Award. For his community service project, he led other volunteers in building an amphitheater, fire ring, and path at Dunham Recreation Complex in Price Hill.
A senior at North College Hill High School, Dan iel is the son of Chris and Glen Smyth of North College Hill.
Junior Cadet Adrienne Prem has been awarded the gold star and gold wreath at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. To qualify, a cadet must achieve the status of Distinguished Cadet and Superintendent's Individual Award winner and earn a 3.67 or higher grade point average and excel in the academic, military and physical programs.
The Turpin High School graduate is the daughter of Priscilla and Thomas Prem of Anderson Township.
Pastor D. Mark Washing ton of Eastgate Baptist Church has awarded a $4000 Champions for Christ scholarship from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va. to Kati Ulland, a senior at Anderson High School.
Bridget Faciane was named to the fall semester dean's list at Southern University, New Orleans.
The Woodward High School graduate is the daughter of Terrie Dawson of Finneytown and John Shives of Silverton.
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