Tuesday, August 27, 2002
Teachers Association scholarship winner
Casey Martin is the 2002 recipient of the Little Miami Teachers Association Scholarship.
She is planning to major in elementary education at Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, with an emphasis on the education of deaf and hearing-impaired students.
Casey is the daughter of Sherry and Tim Martin of Morrow.
Amelia man sworn in military judge: Lt. Col. Bill Rapp, U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, of Amelia, was sworn in as a military judge after completing the 45th Military Judge's Course in Charlottesville, Va.
The program provides attorneys with advanced training to qualify them to perform duties as full-time military judges at courts-martial.
Lt. Col. Rapp will serve in the reserves as a member of the Navy Marine Corps Trial Judiciary Sierra Circuit (West Region) for the next four years.
Graphic designer makes dean's list: Graphic design major Renee Rist was named to the spring quarter dean's list at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College.
The Harrison High School graduate is the daughter of Michelle and Bob Rist of Harrison.
Seton student to sing in youth choir: Christina Fugman, of Seton High School, was selected to sing with the 40th anniversary edition of the All-Ohio State Fair Youth Choir at the fair in Columbus.
She is the daughter of Peggy and Lowell Fugman of Delhi Township.
Xavier Presidential Scholarship awards: Accepting Presidential Scholarships to attend Xavier University are:
Erica Kern, a Mother of Mercy High School graduate from Cleves. She plans to major in criminal justice and pre-law.
Joshua Bobinger, an Oak Hills High School graduate from Bridgetown. He will major in business.
Matthew Moore, a Mariemont High School graduate from Mariemont. He plans to major in biology.
Presidential Scholarship recipients must rank in the top 20 percent of their class, and score 1200 or higher on the SAT or 27 or higher on the ACT.
OSU student joins society of scholars: Adam Lukey, of Fairfield, has accepted membership into the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, which honors first- and second-year undergraduate students who excel academically.
He attends Ohio State University.
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