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St. Paul students of month selected Three St. Paul High School students were chosen as Kiwanis Students of the Month for January.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

St. Paul students of month selected

Three St. Paul High School students were chosen as Kiwanis Students of the Month for January.

Rhiannon Light is the daughter of James Light and Anita Kraft. Her activities, honors and achievements include National Honor Society, Mass coordinator, eucharistic minister, Junior Project Leadership, eighth-grade orientation leader, prom committee, Key Club, Make a Difference Day, golf, basketball and softball.

Andrew Hipp is the son of Joel and Patricia Hipp. His activities, honors and achievements include National Honor Society, Key Club, class president, Make a Difference Day, prom committee, football, basketball, track and baseball.

Haley Loughton is the daughter of James and Judy Loughton. Her activities, honors and achievements include National Honor Society, Key Club, TEC and cheerleading.

Students honored for being tobacco-free

Five area fifth-grade students were recently recognized for sharing why they choose to be tobacco free. The Huron County Tobacco Control Alliance (HCTCA) sponsored an essay contest this fall. "With over 80 Huron County students participating, the contest was a success", said Mackenzie VanDyne of the American Lung Association of Ohio and HCTCA member. The essay title, "The Choice for Me Is Tobacco Free" encouraged students to share their knowledge about the dangers of tobacco as well as some personal stories.

The three South Central winners were Hannah Sampson, Nikky King and Meagan Rhine. Austin Brubaker of Celeryville Christian in Willard and Madison Scagnetti of Immaculate Conception in Bellevue also took home prizes for writing the winning essays at their schools.

Each winner received a prize as well as a frozen treat for their entire class.

The Huron County Tobacco Control Alliance invites anyone interested in the mission of uniting Huron County in tobacco education, prevention, cessation, and advocacy to call their local American Lung Association of Ohio office at (419) 663-5864.