Sunday, October 06, 2002


Ursuline grad one of 52 best students

        Kristin Pearson, a recent graduate of Ursuline Academy, was recognized as one of the country's most outstanding high school students by Coca-Cola and was awarded a $20,000 National Coca-Cola Scholarship for college.

        She was one of 52 National Scholarship winners chosen from an initial applicant pool of more than 91,000 students representing more than 17,000 high schools nationwide.

        The daughter of Judith and Robert Pearson of Mason plans to major in international affairs at Xavier University.

        Citizenship awards

        The Mount Airy Civic Club has awarded their Bob Kutzleb Citizenship Award to Doneshia Lee and Quinton Lee of Mount Airy Elementary School, and Lauren Walsh and Patrick Tenbrink of Little Flower Elementary School.

        The students were chosen based on grades and a sense of responsibility toward family, school and community.

        West Point scholar

        Cadet Corporal Bryan Brock has been name to the second term dean's list at the United States Military Academy, West Point, N.Y.

        The Mason High School graduate is the son of Esther Brock of Mason and Randell Brock of Norwood.

        Denison awards

        The following area students have accepted four-year, renewable Provost Awards to continue their studies at Denison University in Granville, Ohio:

        Samuel Bortz, a Cincinnati Country Day School graduate from Columbia Tusculum; Gina Cioffi, a St. Ursula Academy graduate from Sycamore Township; Zachary Daniels, a Wyoming High School graduate from Wyoming; Kelly Earnshaw, a Kings High School graduate from Deerfield Township; Rachel Elsener, a Walnut Hills High School graduate from Oakley; Valerie Herrmann, a Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy graduate from Owensville; James Klein, a St. Xavier High School graduate from Finneytown; Hazen Brien Master, a St. Xavier High School graduate from Anderson Township; Eric Meibers, a

        McNicholas High School graduate from Union Township, Clermont County; Blair Tobler, a Summit Country Day School graduate from Hyde Park; and Stephen Tudor, a Madeira High School graduate from Madeira.

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


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