Three local non-profit organizations, selected by students in Barbara Wallace’s “Writing, Philanthropy and Student Engagement” Intermediate Composition course at UC Clermont College, were the direct beneficiaries of $4,500 in “Paying It Forward” grant monies. However, the students themselves also report being greatly impacted by the class. The service learning course is designed to enhance students’ [ Read More ]
The Clermont Northeastern Class of 1960 celebrated its 50th class reunion in June, 2010. At that time, it was decided to give a $500 scholarship “In hnor of the CNE Class of 1960” to a 2011 CNE senior. Above, 1960 classmates Mary Beth Sandfoss and Bob Cramer present scholarship to CNE senior Jacob Hacker.
Through a gift from the Sporty’s Foundation – UC Clermont College unveiled a new digital LED sign today that will dynamically enhance the way the college is able to communicate events and accomplishments to students, employees and campus visitors. The sign was used for the first time during a year-end cookout and celebration honoring the [ Read More ]
On Thursday, May 26, the Union Township Professional Firefighters Association IAFF Local 3412 awarded two $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors from Glen Este. Local 3412 President Michael Smith and other Local Electoral Board members presented the scholarships to Union Township residents Jessica Torbeck and Taylor Erwin who were chosen for their dedication to public service. [ Read More ]
This September when Heather Daugherty puts on her cheerleading uniform it will not be the familiar colors of red and gray of Bethel-Tate she has known all her life, but the colors for the Lake Erie College Storm Cheerleaders. Daugherty was accepted to Lake Erie College earlier this year and a few months ago the [ Read More ]
Justin Heitmeyer soloed in a single-engine aircraft on March 25. This was Heitmeyer’s first flight as a student pilot without his instructor in the aircraft. Heitmeyer is enrolled in the Aviation Technology: Professional Pilot Program at the University of Cincinnati. The laboratory portion of the Professional Pilot Program is taught at the Clermont County Airport. [ Read More ]
The Clermont Northeastern Middle School is expanding to the great outdoors. Thanks to the cooperative efforts of Duke Energy and the CNE Middle School’s Girls Club and the CNE Student Council, there will be an outdoor classroom area for teachers and students to use next school year. Duke Energy provided a $1,000 grant which paid [ Read More ]
Clermont Senior Services’ had a beautiful day for its 12th annual golf outing on Thursday, June 2. “I can’t take credit for the weather, but I will!” says Frankie Hughart, Events and Communications Coordinator for the agency. One hundred and six golfers turned out in support of Clermont Senior Services outing held at the Stonelick [ Read More ]
“I share a bond with Mox, he is like a best friend to me,” said Clermont County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Adam Bailey, while undergoing a weekly training session with the newest four-legged member of the local force. Mox is a black, 2-year-old German shepherd from Holland. He is Deputy Bailey’s constant companion on and off [ Read More ]
Mark Burroughs, the son of Virgil and Kathy Burroughs of Williamsburg, received his doctor of veterinary medicine degree from the Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine on May 6. Burroughs will apply his education and a love for animals, large and small, to the practice of veterinary medicine at the Mt. Orab Veterinary Clinic.