Bucyrus Community Hospital Auxiliary Scholarships, Honors

Bucyrus Community Hospital auxiliaries announce scholarships

The Bucyrus Community Hospital Auxiliary awarded the four undergraduate scholarships and one graduation scholarship for the 2021-22 academic year:

Kassidy Stanford is a recent graduate of Wynford High School where she participated in college golf, prom committee and the Interact club. She has also been involved in the Department of Drama, Concert, March and Marching Band, the Mt. Zion Buckeyes 4H Club, the Junior Fair Board, and has become a member of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA). Stanford attends Bowling Green State University where she plans to pursue a career as a medical assistant.

Emma Rhodes, 2020 Buckeye Central graduate, receives scholarship for the second year in a row. Rhodes is a student in the Ohio State University Nursing Program where she participated in the Buckeye-thon, a campus fundraising group for children with cancer. She is interested in pediatric care.

Third year scholarship recipient Kristen Vaughn, 2019 Bucyrus High School graduate. Vaughn is majoring in biology / pre-medicine at the University of Miami where she is involved in Cru, campus ministry, and Miami MED, a pre-med club. She intends to become a pediatrician.

Cole Heinlen, a 2018 graduate of Wynford High School, received a scholarship for his fourth year. Heinlen began his doctoral program in physiotherapy at Walsh University as an undergraduate graduate.

After receiving her BSc from the University of Findlay in 2020, Emma Studer, a 2017 graduate from Buckeye Central High School, began a doctoral program in clinical psychology at Bowling Green State University. In August, she completed her Masters in Clinical Psychology.

The Bucyrus Community Hospital Auxiliary Fellowships are open to all seniors at Buckeye Central, Bucyrus, Colonel Crawford and Wynford High School interested in a medical, dental, medical or dental career.

The $ 1,000 scholarships are potentially renewable for four years of undergraduate college study and require obtaining an application through the high school guidance counselor and an interview with the auxiliary scholarship committee. Bucyrus Community Hospital. Although all applicants are encouraged to apply, this scholarship includes financial need as an important criterion.

For more information, contact Fellowship Chair Patty Hope at 419-569-0302.

Colonel Crawford Lions Club names student of the month

NORTH ROBINSON – Nolan McKibben is Colonel Crawford Lions Club’s Student of the Month for October. McKibben, a senior, is the son of Brad and Krista McKibben. He is a semi-finalist of the National Merit Scholar and a member of the College Board National Rural and Small Town Recognition Program.

McKibben was recognized by All-A on the Honor Roll throughout high school and is on the Dean’s List at North Central State College where he is part of Sci-Med Academy. He is president of the National Honor Society, a member of the Academic Challenge team, president of the Leo Club, a student council member for four years, and Young Life student leader for two years.

McKibben is also a member of the college football, basketball, and baseball teams and is a certified basketball official with the Ohio High School Athletic Association. He has studied piano since first year and has won state and national piano performance awards. McKibben has been a member of Colonel Crawford’s Vision Show choir for four years.

Other extracurricular activities include being a member of the Dairy Maids and Gents 4-H Club, 4-H Camp Counselor, and a member of the Crawford County Junior Fair Board. He is an active member of the United Church of Christ in Upper Sandusky where he designed and coordinates the church’s website, is the chair of the audiovisual committee, and participates in special music acts. He is also a substitute pianist.

Colonel Crawford Lions Club presented McKibben with a commemorative certificate and a check for $ 100 at his October dinner.

Galion footballers show the importance of literacy

GALION – The football players at Galion High School volunteered their time every Friday of the 2021 season to spend time reading to the youngest Tigers in primary and middle schools in Galion.

Players have read to elementary and middle school students for the past six years. While the entire football team participates in the program, only four to six players participate each week.

“It is important for players to come to the buildings to read and interact with young students to emphasize the importance of reading and studying,” said Galion head coach Matt Dick. “Younger students really admire high school football players and hopefully inspire them to be like them. “

The idea originally started with former Galleon superintendent Jim Grubbs, who challenged Coach Dick to put this program in place on his first day at the Galleon.

“I think the whole administrative team challenged the athletes and coaches, as well as the students who don’t participate in sports, to give more back to Galion,” said coach Dick. “Sixty hours of community service, which is a requirement for graduation, is easily achieved if students get involved in clubs, teams and groups at Galion High School. “

The overwhelming consensus is that students at Galion Primary and Galion Intermediate love that older students enter their buildings.

Ohio State Bar Association Honors Bucyrus’ Lawyer for Long Years of Service

COLUMBUS – The Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA) has recognized three lawyers for 50 years of service to the community and to the legal profession. Among the laureates was James W. Pry II of Bucyrus.

Pry is a lawyer at Spears, Pry, Griebling & McBride PLL, where he specializes in real estate, commercial, tax, corporate, estate, trust and banking law. He is past president of the Crawford County Bar Association and the Bucyrus Areas Community Foundation. He served as legal counsel to the Crawford County Development Board and the Ohio Wesleyan University, where he also served as a director. He is also involved in arboriculture and was recognized as the North Central United States Forest Grower of the Year in 2007 and a 2008 finalist by the American Tree Farm System.

Pry received his law degree from the Pettit School of Law at Ohio Northern University.

Thomas A. Frericks of Marion and Francis M. Marley Jr. of Fostoria were also recognized on October 7 at the OSBA District 5 Annual Meeting.

District 5 is made up of nearly 400 attorneys who practice in Crawford, Delaware, Marion, Morrow, Seneca, and Wyandot counties.

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