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Eastwood music students inducted
Eastwood High School Tri-M Chapter #5458 held its induction ceremony Sept. 20 at the Pemberville Opera House.

The Tri-M Music Honor Society, a program of the National Association for Music Education, is an international music honor society for secondary students.

Chapter officers installed include Melissa Russell, president; Noah Bowe, vice presdient; Alexa York, secretary and Natalie Reidling, tresurer.

Second-year members include Faith Hardy, Cody Kinor-Chapman, Kylie Martin-Crosby, Jacob McNulty, Zach Pease, Riley Hessel, Madison Rogers, Samantha Sanders and Trevor Shultz. Eight students were inducted as new members – Macey Fix, Marisa Launstein, Jenna Moore, Nick Radabaugh, Audreigh Riter, Hannah Sponaugle, Grace Vaughn and Emmalyn York. Chapter advisers are Brian Myers and Jonathan Roode.

Honorary Tri-M Membership was conferred upon Don Overmyer for his long standing support of the musical arts at Eastwood, especially the spring musical.

928Eastwood Band Home Depot
The grandest of openings: The Eastwood High School Eagle Marching
Band welcomed employees and guests, including U.S. Senator Rob
Portman to the grand opening of the Home Depot, Troy (Township)
Direct Fullfillment Center on Sept. 18.(Submitted photo)


Scholarships
Zachariah Linhart, of Pemberville, received the Academy Scholarship at the University of Mount Union.


Concert choir members
Heidelberg University’s Concert Choir is getting ready for a busy performance season with a new program themed “Sun, Moon and Stars.” Among the 56 students selected by audition to perform with the choir during the 2015-16 academic year are Chelsea Smith, of Oak Harbor, a junior majoring in Music, and Tyler Harp, of Northwood, a sophomore majoring in Accounting.

The choir's first concert will be Nov. 8 at First Congregational Church in Mansfield, Ohio.


Honors College students
The Honors College at Kent State University welcomed one of its highest achieving freshman classes ever. The academically motivated freshmen have an average ACT composite score of 29.2 and have all been awarded honors scholarships.

Among the newly enrolled Honors College freshman class of over 400 at Kent State are Jarret Johns, of Gibsonburg and Kara Simon and Mackenzie Wells, of Oregon.

 
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