Seniors honored by DCHF

first_imgFrom front to back are:  first row, (left to right) Teha Merkel, Danielle Baugh, Leah Broderick, Audrey Schwier and Tara Cummings; second row, Paige Blades, Emma Stuehrenberg, Bailey Hartman and Taylor Grehl; third row, Audrey Kinne, Corryn Caudy and Emily Muckerheide; and fourth row, Casper Stow, Scott Webb and Jacob Christie.Lawrenceburg, In. — The Dearborn County Hospital Foundation recognized 17 high school seniors at their annual scholarship banquet hosted by the Dearborn County Country Club. Each received a $500 scholarship from the DCH Foundation High School Senior Scholarship ProgramScholarship winners were residents and/or graduates from schools in Dearborn, Franklin, Ohio, Ripley or Switzerland Counties. All plant to continue their education at an accredited college or university in the fall.The Anna F. Woods Estate Award, which went to Casper T. Stow of Vevay, a graduate of Switzerland County High School, who will pursue an Associate’s Degree in Nursing at Ivy Tech Community College-Indianapolis.The Edward & Grace Gray Scholarship to Scott W. Webb, graduate of Rising Sun High School, who will major in occupational therapy at the University of Indianapolis.The Elizabeth Anderson Scholarship went to Teha R. Merkel, graduate of Jac-Cen-Del Junior-Senior High School.  She will work toward her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at the University of Indianapolis.The DCH Medical Staff Award went to Jacob D. Christie of Batesville.  Jacob is a graduate of Batesville High School and will pursue a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of Indianapolis.The Dearborn-Ohio County Medical Society Scholarship was given to Corryn D. Caudy of West Harrison, a graduate of East Central High School who will be a pre-medicine student at Indiana University.Tara N. Cummings of Guilford was presented with the Helen Swaithes Conrad Scholarship. Tara is an East Central High School graduate who will attend IUPUI to earn her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree.The Henry W. Conrad, M.D., Scholarship went to Leah A. Broderick of Bright, a graduate of East Central High School who will attend the University of Indianapolis for her Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree.Paige E. Blades, a graduate of Franklin County High School, received the Noshir R. Toddywalla, M.D., Memorial Scholarship.  She will major in physical therapy at the University of Indianapolis. The award was presented by Jared Ewbank, representing the Toddywalla family.Two DCH Auxiliary Awards  were given to Audrey L. Kinne of Vevay, a graduate of Shawe Memorial Junior-Senior High School, who will attend St. Mary-of-the-Woods College to major in physical therapy and Emily R. Muckerheide of Metamora, a graduate of Batesville High School, who will major in occupational therapy at the University of Indianapolis.E.G. McLaughlin, DCH Foundation Treasurer and President/CEO of United Community Bank, awarded four scholarships.  The United Community Bank Award was given to Taylor M. Grehl of Aurora, a graduate of South Dearborn High School who will major in psychology at Manchester University. The Anna Cook O’Brien Awards went to Kelsey J. Ball of Brookville, and Laura M. Meer of Batesville.  Kelsey is a graduate of Franklin County High School who will attend the University of Louisville for her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree; and Laura, a graduate of Batesville High School, will study radiologic technology at Northern Kentucky University.The Lawrenceburg Lions Club Scholarship went to Audrey J. Schwier of Lawrenceburg.  Audrey, a graduate of Lawrenceburg High School, will work toward her degree in pharmacy at the University of Cincinnati.The Dearborn County Hospital Federal Credit Union Awards went to Danielle E. Baugh of Versailles, a graduate of South Ripley High School who will attend the University of Evansville; Bailey M. Hartman of Batesville, a graduate of East Central High School going to Ball State University; and Emma L. Stuehrenberg of Cross Plains, a graduate of South Ripley High School who will earn her degree from Northern Kentucky University. All are pursuing nursing degrees.last_img read more

Williams wins URSS Night Four, Richards is Summer Sizzler champ

first_imgLEXINGTON, Neb. (July 9) – Ty Williams capped off Summer Sizzler Week with the United Rebel Sprint Series as he topped the Sunday feature at Lexington Raceway.With his eighth place finish, Terry Richards earned the $1,000 champion’s share of the four-race Summer Sizzler Tour. Williams, Steven Richardson, Darren Berry and Zach Blurton rounded out the top five in points and got checks for $700, $500, $300 and $200, respectively.Williams inherited the lead for a lap 13 restart. Second running Nick Nichols started putting pres­sure on Williams as Stuart Snyder moved into third.Nichols made a last-lap charge and got to Williams bumper coming off turn four but settled for runner-up and the best finish of his short IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car career as Snyder, Richard­son and Blurton completed the top five.Twenty-fourth starting Darren Berry finished sixth, earning hard charger honors.Richardson also pocketed an additional $200 for the overall hard charger bonus after passing 27 cars during the tour and won the $100 drawing for drivers competing all four nights. Williams picked up an additional $100 for longest tow.Feature results – 1. Ty Williams; 2. Nick Nichols; 3. Stuart Snyder; 4. Steven Richardson; 5. Zach Blurton; 6. Darren Berry; 7. Kaden Taylor; 8. Terry Richards; 9. Keefe Hemel; 10. Patrick Bourke; 11. Jed Werner; 12. Scott Cochran; 13. Mike Taylor; 14. Nate Berry; 15. Tracy Hill; 16. Shane Sundquist; 17. Howard Van Dyke; 18. Aaron Ploussard; 19. Craig Jecha; 20. J.D. John­son; 21. Jake Martens; 22. Brian Herbert; 23. Bob Schaeffer; 24. Mark Walinder.last_img read more

Rohan Auto Spares still on board KMTC’s Boxing Day horse race meet

first_img… donates first place trophy and cash prizeROHAN Auto Spares continues to lend support to the Kennard’s Memorial Turf Club’s (KMTC) Annual Boxing Day horse race meet, scheduled for the club’s facility at Bush Lot Farm, Port Mourant, Corentyne, Berbice on December 26, beginning at 13:00hrs.Yesterday, Managing Director of Rohan’s Auto Spares, Rohan Booj-Raj presented the winner’s trophy for the feature event, which is for horses classified `B’ and Lower over a nine-furlong trip, to Justice Cecil Kennard, at his Police Service Commission office on Brickdam, Georgetown.In accepting the trophy and cheque, Justice Kennard noted that this is the 11th year that Rohan Auto Spares will be contributing to the event and it is in memory of Rohan’s sibling Gopaul, who died in a vehicular accident on December 26 (Boxing Day) in 2005.Rohan Auto Spares is located at 843 Good Hope, Mahaica, East Coast Demerara, and also has a branch at Number 64 Village, Corentyne, Berbice.The feature event of the eight-race meet will see the winner receive $1.2M and a trophy. The second-, third- and fourth-place finishers will earn $600 000, $300 000 and $150 000 respectively.Two seven-furlong races are also set to be contested. The first being for horses that are West Indies-bred maidens and Guyana-bred H and Lower horses. The winner will earn $250 000, while the other top three finishers will take home $125 000, $63 000 and $32 000 respectively.The other seven-furlong race is open to horses classified `G and Lower’ and the winner will collect $280 000, while the second-, third- and fourth-place finishers will receive $140 000, $70 000 and $35 000 respectively.An `L class’ six-furlong race for non-winners will also be contested and the winner will receive $130 000, while the other top three finishers will earn $65 000, $32 000 and $16 000 respectively.There will also be a five-furlong race for another set of `L-rated horses, but this will be in the open category and the same prize structure as the first five-furlong race will be in effect.A six-furlong race for horses classified `E’ and Lower is on the cards and the winner of this event will trot home with $500 000, while the second-, third- and fourth-place finishers will earn $250 000, $125 000 and $63 000 respectively.Two-year-old Guyana-bred maidens will compete in a six-furlong event as well and the winner will earn $220 000 while the other top three finishers will receive $110 000, $55 000 and $28 000 respectively.The final race on the day’s card is open to horses classified `J and Lower and Two-Year-Old Guyana-bred horses.The distance is six furlongs and the winner’s is $180 000, while the second-place horse will earn $90 000. The third- and fourth-place finishers will take home $45 000 and $22 000 respectively.The races are being conducted under the rules of the Guyana Horse Racing Authority.Interested trainers and owners can contact the following persons for more information; Roopnarine Matadial (325-3192), Ivan Dipnarine (331-0316), Justice Kennard (623-7609, 225-4818, 226-1399) or Fazal Habibula (657-7010).last_img

PODCAST: Breaking down USC’s win over Texas

first_imgAssociate managing editor Eric He and sports editor Ollie Jung break down USC’s thrilling win over Texas on Saturday at the Coliseum.Intro music: 10K by Joakim Karudyoutube.com/joakimkarudlast_img