Tuesday, September 10, 2002


Graduate to study at German school

        Aaron Grieser has graduated cum laude from Tufts University, Boston, with a bachelor of arts degree in international relations concentrating in international economics and the environment.

        Mr. Grieser was also awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to research Germany's environmental policies at Freie University, Berlin. Before leaving for Germany, he attended the U.N. World Summit on Sustainable Development in South Africa as part of a Tufts delegation.

        The Withrow High School graduate is the son of Lin and Steve Grieser of Kennedy Heights.

        Scholarships won: Two recent graduates of McAuley High School received scholarships from the Colerain Civic Association. The $1,000 awards were based on service to the township.

        The recipients were Sarah Farmer, the daughter of Mary Farmer; and Michelle Lamping, the daughter of Mary and Michael Lamping.

        On dean's list: Ashlee Myers, majoring in criminal justice and psychology, was named to the dean's list all quarters of her sophomore year in the College of Math and Sciences at Wright State University, Dayton. As a result of maintaining highest honors for seven consecutive quarters, she has been inducted into the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.

        The Lakota West High School graduate is the daughter of Karen and Stan Myers of West Chester Township.

        Teachers honored: Three Kings Local School District teachers were recognized for exemplary service at the Excellence in Teaching Awards banquet sponsored by the Area Progress Council of Warren County:

        Tina Strosnider has 15 years of experience at Kings Mills Elementary. She has taught second and fourth grade, and serves as the school's reading intervention specialist.

        Ann Gunn is finishing her 12th year at Kings Junior High School after teaching four years in Columbus. She teaches language arts and is one of the school's five team leaders.

        Elisa King is finishing her ninth year as a teacher, three of those at Kings High School. She is a social studies teacher and adviser for both student government and mock trial.

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


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