Sunday, June 30, 2002
Dean's list at UC business college
Sophomore Rebecca Jackson was named to the winter quarter dean's list of the College of Business Administration at the University of Cincinnati.
The Indian Hill High School graduate is the daughter of Karen Clark of Loveland and Stuart Jackson of Madeira.
Benjamin Miller has accepted an ROTC scholarship to attend the University of Cincinnati. He plans to major in criminal justice.
The Elder High School graduate is the son of Kris and Charlie Miller of Delhi Township.
Jared Holden was the American Quarter Horse As sociation's national high point and reserve 2001 national high point champion, with his horses Coolestaftermidnight and GM Wild Streak.
The horses, of the Holden family of Liberty Township, placed second and third in the open high point standings and top 10 in amateur standings.
The artwork of students from four schools won awards at the Regional Ohio Governor's Youth Art Exhibition and were sent to Columbus for state competition:
McAuley High School Seniors Michelle Breen, Pamela Cepluch and Laura Williams; and junior Anne McLean.
Mother of Mercy High School Seniors Clair Boyle, Melissa Daffin, Chelsea Hautman, Aimee Maher, Kim Sundrup and Stephanie Vogelpohl.
Princeton High School Aaron Holbrook, whose ceramic piece placed in the top 30 percent of the exhibit with a special status award, and Ian Wallace.
Summit Country Day School Christopher Brinkman.
Zach Scheel, of Turpin High School, is the winner of the Franklin B. Walter All Scholastic Award from Hamilton County. The honor is given to an outstanding senior scholar from each of the counties of Ohio.
The son of Diane and Leo Scheel of Anderson Township will attend Duke University, Durham, N.C., in the fall.
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