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Elizabeth A. Smith, a 1985 graduate of Willard High School, has graduated magna cum laude from Ohio State University Mansfield with a masters in education. Smith, the daughter of Roger and Evelyn Coy of Willard, is a kindergarten teacher with the Shelby schools. She received her undergraduate degree in Human Resources Management in 1990 from the University of Toledo.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

 

Elizabeth A. Smith, a 1985 graduate of Willard High School, has graduated magna cum laude from Ohio State University Mansfield with a masters in education.

Smith, the daughter of Roger and Evelyn Coy of Willard, is a kindergarten teacher with the Shelby schools. She received her undergraduate degree in Human Resources Management in 1990 from the University of Toledo.

The Ohio State University at Mansfield has announced its dean's list for winter quarter, 2007. To be eligible for the dean's list, a student must complete at least 12 credit hours and earn a minimum 3.5 grade point average or better.

The following local residents have been named to the list:

Greenwich: Elijah Collins, Joey Collins, Ashley Evans, Kathryn Shreve.

Monroeville: Miranda Bores.

Norwalk: Christopher Helgeson.

Plymouth: Cecilia Adams, Meagan Carter, Brandi Chaffins, Adam Reno, Brett Turson.

Willard: Kelli Cofer, Katrina Johnson, Jennifer Jordan, Stacy Niedermeier, Cody Reed, Danielle Shock.

Patrisha L. Klinger of Monroeville has received the Dr. Ronald M. Ruble Theatre Scholarship to attend Bowling Green State University Firelands College. She received $1,000 toward her tuition.

This scholarship is awarded to a full or part-time student who is actively working in theater technical work and theater coursework in the Firelands College Theatre and Caryl Crane Children's Theatre.

Klinger is a 2005 graduate of Edison High School. She is a freshman majoring in early childhood education and is involved with the Speech Activities Organization Theatre and Caryl Crane Children's Theatre. She earned a theater participation award.

She is the daughter of Craig and Dawn Franklin.

Willard resident Michelle Oney recently traveled to New Mexico over spring break to backpack 25 miles through Gila National Forest with Ashland University's Adventure Club.

Oney is the daughter of Mark and Sandra Oney of Willard. A 2003 South Central High School graduate, she is a senior criminal justice major and an Adventure Club leader.

During the trip, the backpackers carried 30- to 60-pound packs and had opportunities to climb a mountain, explore the park and visit Carlsbad Caverns.

This trip was one of many offered by the Adventure Club. The club's purpose is to provide opportunities for students to engage in outdoor adventure activities and appreciate the outdoors God has created.

Melissa Wiles, a sophomore pre-veterinary medicine major at The University of Findlay, will also perform under the direction of Jack Taylor, professor of music, in The University of Findlay Wind Ensemble/Symphonic Band concert at 3 p.m. April 22.

Angela Marie Broz of Huron has received the Harlequins Founders' Scholarship to attend Bowling Green State University Firelands College. She has received $500 toward her tuition.

Provided by the Harlequins Community Theatre of Sandusky, this award is available to an outstanding and deserving student who is a theater major or minor or communications major currently involved with the BGSU Firelands theater productions. Applicants must be of sophomore standing or above and should complete a special application form that is available from the Office of Financial Aid in the West Building, Room 135. Applications must be received by Sept. 15.

Broz is a 2005 graduate of Edison High School.

She is a sophomore at BGSU Firelands where she is active in Caryl Crane Children's Theatre and Speech Activities Organization Theatre.

She is the daughter of Richard and Joanne Broz of Huron.

Angela Marie Broz of Huron and Melanie Feizkhah of Berlin Heights have received the Caryl Crane Scholarship for the Performing Arts to attend Bowling Green State University Firelands College. They received $1,000 toward their tuition.

This award is available to students who reside in Erie, Huron or Ottawa counties and are actively involved and enrolled in theater arts classes. More than one student may be selected each year. Students may receive this scholarship more than once, but no more than twice. Students who are interested in this $1,000 award should complete a special application form that is available from the Office of Financial Aid in the West Building, Room 135. Applications must be received by Sept. 30.

Broz is a 2005 graduate of Edison High school.

She is a freshman at BGSU Firelands where she is active in Caryl Crane Children's Theatre and Speech Activities Organization Theatre.

She is the daughter of Richard and Joanne Broz of Huron.

Feizkhah is a 1985 graduate of Firelands High School.

She is a junior majoring in liberal arts at BGSU Firelands where she is active in Caryl Crane Children's Theatre, Speech Activities Organization Theatre, Healthy Lifestyle Club and the Peace and Justice Club.

She is the daughter of William and Sharon Roode of Berlin Heights.

Holly Fava, a sophomore pre-veterinary medicine major at The University of Findlay, will perform under the direction of Jack Taylor, professor of music, in The University of Findlay Wind Ensemble/Symphonic Band concert at 3 p.m. April 22.

The concert theme will be "Two Thumbs Up Music of Hollywood."

A 2005 graduate of Edison High School, Fava is the daughter of Robert and Lynn Fava, of Berlin Heights.

The concert is open to the public and tickets may be obtained by contacting the campus box office at (419) 434-5335. Tickets are $5 for general admission and $3 for students and senior citizens.