McKay new WSB business development officer

Jonathan C. McKay has joined Wilmington Savings Bank as the new business development officer.

“Wilmington Savings Bank is very pleased that Jonathan has decided to join our team,” President Tom Burns said. “Jonathan’s involvement in the community is reflective of our mission to serve the residents of Wilmington, Clinton County and the region.”

McKay, a Wilmington native and 2005 graduate of Wilmington High School, has a bachelor’s degree in history from Ohio Dominican University. He has served as First Ward councilman for the city of Wilmington since November.

In addition to his council role, McKay has been active in a number of community organizations, including the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce, the Antique Power Club, the Clinton County Regional Planning Commission, the Clinton County Board of Realtors and Leadership Clinton.

He comes to the bank from Kersey Real Estate and Auction Company, where he was a real estate agent for five years.

“I am very excited about working for such a storied institution in Wilmington,” McKay said. “Wilmington Savings Bank has served many people and businesses over the years and I am prepared to help continue that service.”

For more information, call 937-382-1659 or go to www.wilmingtonsavings.com.

Locals earn OEC scholarships

COLUMBUS – To recognize outstanding Ohio youth and to help those interested in furthering their education, the Ohio Expositions Commission has established a scholarship program.

The purpose of these scholarships is to assist high school juniors and seniors (2015-2016) and graduates who are continuing their education at an accredited institution in an undergraduate course of study in any field. Recipients were judged on scholastic standing, citizenship and leadership, Ohio State Fair participation, county fair participation, and financial need.

The recipients will be recognized at the Sale of Champions. Clinton Countians honored are:

• Boer Goat Exhibitor, $1,000 (two awards): Andrew Davis of Wilmington and Cami Reveal of Wilmington.

• Exhibits & Activities Exhibitor, $1,000 (three awards): Kelley Deatherage of Clarksville.

The Ohio Expo Center hosts the Ohio State Fair.