CLARKSVILLE — Clinton-Massie Local Schools recently announced the dates for the fourth-annual Creative Minds Camp — a dynamic summer program designed to inspire curiosity, nurture creativity, and cultivate essential skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
Wilmington Middle School student John Bean, right, was recognized by Principal Jen Martin at Monday’s Wilmington School Board meeting. He was recognized for successfully performing the Heimlich maneuver on a fellow student who was choking on a mint.
Wilmington Christian Academy recently announced the graduates of 2023. Three students recently turned their tassels in a ceremony celebrating their accomplishments on Saturday, May 20.
The Pork Pride 4-H Club met at Cuba Friends Church on Sunday, May 7. There were 26 in attendance.
BLANCHESTER — At Friday’s graduation ceremony, 111 Blanchester High School seniors received their diplomas in front of friends, family, and teachers at the high school gymnasium.
On May 11, the East Clinton Great Oaks FFA Chapter wrapped up its season by celebrating the achievements made throughout the year and installing the new officers for the 2023-24 season. With over 300 people in attendance, the members, guests, and other attendees enjoyed a nice dinner, catered by Shoelace Catering, before proceeding to the ceremony.
The Clinton County On-Target 4-H Club met at the Clinton County Farmers and Sportsman Association Club on Monday, May 8 at 6:38 p.m. There were 39 in attendance. President Anna Davis opened the meeting.
The following local students were named to the Dean’s Honor List at Cedarville University for spring 2023. This recognition requires the student to obtain a 3.75 GPA or higher for the semester and carry a minimum of 12 credit hours.
Southern State Community College has announced the launch of its new online French and Spanish language courses, designed for individuals seeking to learn a new language from the comfort and convenience of their own homes. These courses begin on Aug. 21 – the start of the fall semester.
HUNTINGTON, Indiana—The Department of History and Political Science at Huntington University announced that Paul Socha is a winner of the fall semester, 2022 Jack P. Barlow, Sr. History Book Prize. The Barlow Prizes are given to outstanding students in the department’s upper-level, research- and writing-intensive courses.