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December 6, 2019
 

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Kyle Gratz picks 15 correct games in Icon's college/NLF football contest

The winner of this week's Icon college/NLF football contest is Kyle Gratz.  He correctly picked all 15 games.  

Other contestants:

14 correct - Bill Edwards, Duane Bollenbacher, Jim Dillman, Ken Von Lehmden, Nancy Armour and Todd Fleharty.
13 correct - Brandon Huber, John Clevidence and Tater Hooker.
12 correct - Mandy LeVeck, Mike Burris and Tom Heimann.
11 correct - Randy Stewart.
10 correct - Adelyn Althaus and Mark Sommers.
8 correct - Richard Goodenbour.

Apollo teacher receives Teacher of Distinction award

Apollo Career Center announces that The Ohio Restaurant Association Education Foundation has selected Carrie Hamilton, Apollo Career Center, as Teacher of Distinction in the area of hospitality and food production as part of the Ohio ProStart program for the 2012-13 school year.

ProStart is a program that requires not only teaching the curriculum, but a commitment to offering students opportunities for expanded experiences in the restaurant industry. In the letter of announcement ProStart stated: "Culinary Arts Instructor Carrie Hamilton has done all of that, and more, and we are happy to honor her achievements as she is awarded the title Teacher of Distinction for 2012-13.

Dave Reese, Mt. Cory Christmas tree farmer, guest of Kiwanis

President Myrna McCurdy called the fifth meeting (October 30th) of the 2012–2013 Kiwanis Year to order at 12:00 noon at McIntosh Center, ONU.

The following guests were introduced: Arlene Allison, guest of Scott Allison; Robert Sprague; and Dave Reese, program speaker.

The birthdays of Mark Shull (October 31) and Bill Fuller (November 4th were celebrated in song.

Joe Ferguson was thanked for his efforts on the Halloween Parade, even though the event was cancelled due to inclement weather.

In business:
-Members heard an updated financial report from Treasurer Bryan Marshall.

Jayme Jarrett named Outstanding New Professional

 

Jayme Jarrett, financial aid counselor at Ohio Northern University, was named the Outstanding New Professional at the Midwest Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (MASFAA) annual conference in Milwaukee, Wis., from Oct. 14-17. 

MASFAA includes financial aid professionals from colleges and universities in nine states. This award is given annually to recognize the outstanding contribution of one new professional to the financial aid profession. The recipient must have been in the profession for less than five years and made outstanding contributions at the institutional, state, regional or national levels.

Ada students on the Apollo Career Center honor roll

The following Ada students attending Apollo achieved the 3.0 to 3.9 Honor Roll:

SENIORS:
Makenzie Rayl, Sommer Cooper, Haley Dearth

JUNIORS:
Sean Bailey, Shelby Bailey, Mary Donnal, Gene Geer, Ashley Windle.

Todd Fleharty wins week 10; Duane Bollenbacher overall winner; watch for college-NFL contest starting this week

It was close, but Duane Bollenbacher survived as the cumulative winner of the 2012 Icon 10-week high school-college football contest. He accumulated 122 points (81% winning percentage) over the course of the season. 

Other contestants:

120 points - David Glick and Todd Fleharty.

118 points - Barry Schneck and Mark Delisle.

116 points - Becky Warren.

113 points - Dave Moser.

112 points - John Clevidence and Nancy Armour.

111 points - Tom Clark.

109 points - Mike Burris and Randy Stewart.

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