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August 5, 2020

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Four Ada High School students receive Elks student of the month honors

Katie Butterfield, Alexander Morgan, Victoria Ross, Reese Evans

Four Ada High School students received recognition from the Kenton Elks Lodge 157 as their school's students of the months for March and April.

Students from each school in Hardin County are recognized each month. This was the third group of students recognized for 2019-2020 school year by the Elks.

A partial listing of individual student activities is included here:

March students

Katie Butterfield, daughter of Rick and Julie Butterfield. School activities include student council member, class officer, National Honor Society member, Economics Bowl, Language Club, Varsity A, track participant, soccer team captain, Harvest and Herb Festival court member, Buckeye Girls State, club soccer participant. After graduation, she plans on attending a four-year university and double major in interior design and business.

Alexander Morgan, son of Bill and Amy Morgan. School activities include golf team member, Gold Scholar Athlete, placed third in 2018 and second in 2019 in Hardin County golf tournament, track participant, track regional qualifier, Varsity Singers with six best-performer awards, marching band, Language Club, Film Club, Senior Speak Out, Buckeye Boys State. After graduation, he plans to enroll in the dental school program at Ohio State University and major in either bio-chemistry or biology.


Victoria Ross, daughter of Jason and Angie Ross. School activities include band, head drum major, Film Club, winds group, Varsity Singers band, Winter Guard, pep band, ‘Dogs volunteer, 4-H, junior fair board, Youth Equestrian Development Association member, Hancock County Fair goat queen and goat princess, Danforth Outstanding 4-H nominee. After graduation, she plans enroll in college to become a music educator and minor in hospitality management.

Reese Evans, son of Daniel and Angela Evans. School activities include wrestling team captain, tennis participant, cross country participant, Drama Club, three Hardin County Tab Awards, seven Hardin County Tab Award nominations,  junior class president, senior class president, Aspirations team class representative, Varsity Singers best performer award, 4-H. Following graduation, he plans to enroll in college majoring in business management and minor in political science, and then pursue a law degree.