As the school year comes to an end, Emmanuel Christian School held an awards ceremony to celebrate the academic achievements of their students.
Zaney McKnight received awards in Phonics, Math, Writing, Spelling, Reading, Bible and Spanish.
Dylan Stensland received awards in Phonics, Math, Writing, Spelling, Reading and Bible.
Erin Daniel received awards in Phonics, Math, Writing, Spelling, Reading, Bible and Spanish.
Sabil Davenriner received awards in Phonics, Math, Writing, Spelling, Reading and Bible.
Haley Miller received awards in Phonics, Math, Writing, Spelling, Reading and Bible.
AJ Prickett received awards in Phonics, Math, Writing, Spelling, Reading and Bible.
Danielle Reahard received awards in Phonics, Math, Writing, Spelling, Reading and Bible.
Zoey McKnight received awards in Bible, Language, Penmanship, Reading, History, Science/Health, Spelling and Math.
Japheth Niccum received awards in Bibe, Language, Penmanship, Reading, History, Science/Health, Spelling, Math, Art and Spanish.
Paige Ritzema received awards in Bible, Language, Penmanship, Reading, History, Science/Health, Spelling and Math.
Isaac Smelser received awards in Bible, Reading, History, and Science/Health.
The 2013-14 school year is coming to an end and Manchester Jr./Sr. High School recently held an awards ceremony to celebrate the academic achievements of theirs students.
Outstanding freshmen: EB Michel, James Winger, Madison Hire, Audrey Wilcox
Outstanding sophomore: Jackie McConnell
Outstanding Junior: Cole Mize
Purdue Junior Scholar: Cole Mize
Outstanding seniors: Paige Blocher, Aaron Isbell, and Cody Michel
Ag Ambassadors: Mariah Mobley, Aaron Isbell, Cody Michel, Paige Blocher, Adam Hanback, Katie Peden, Abby Lybarger, Ashton Bolinger, Kelsey Lotz
Indiana FFA License Plate Scholarship: Mariah Mobley
National FFA Scholarship: Ashton Bolinger, Adam Hanback
Josie Heckaman Memorial Scholarship: Mariah Mobley
Outstanding Excellence in Art
Kelsey Lotz, Ali Lengel, Justin Heeter, Dallas Fields, Kayla Bailey, Krissy Mize, Kacy Sites, Hannah Littlefield, Evan Wilcox, Mariah Mobley, Amanda Underwood
Best of the Best: Celina Carter, Marret Metzger, Mariah Mobley, and Evan Wilcox
Alexandria Webb, Molly Woods
Outstanding Accounting I Award: Brady Pyrah
Outstanding Digital Citizenship Award: Karly Eichenauer, Drew Jones
Outstanding Introduction to Business Award: Micheala Pattison
With Northfield’s school year coming to an end, the school held an awards ceremony to honor the students’ academic achievements throughout this school year.
The Banner award for 7th grade goes to Brittany Bussard and Trinity Johnson. The Banner award for 8th grade goes to Attie Schuler, Ellie Schuler and Madison Nevil. Wabash County Art Show for 7th grade was Alyssa Balay, Emily Clendenon, Daniel Driscoll, Trinity Johnson, Ally Keaffaber, Mallory Grizzle, Cara Kowalczuk, Liz Moore (3), Macie Sears, Ciara Peterson, Karlie Poland, Brayden Rudy, and Jacob Truman. The Wabash County Art Show for 8th grade was Braelyn Deeter, Joe Halderman, Mariah Kirtlan, Brionna Lee, Lily Myers, Madison Nevil, Attie Schuler, Indi Shear, Ava Smith, and Jared Vigar.
Physical Education Department
The National Presidential Physical Fitness Award for 7th grade was Melanie Beery, Bailey Burcroff, Daniel Driscoll, Libby Haupert, Caleigh Holmes, Alexis Hyden, Liz Moore, Jared Peas, Logan Peas, Sidney Prater, and Kelcie Thompson. The National President Physical Fitnees award for 8th grade was Kailen Carpenter, Matt Coe, Braelyn Deeter, Blake Harner, Noah Hicks, AJ Hunt, Michelle Hunt, Sarah Johnston, Kade Kennedy, Macauley Miller, Mariah Kirtlan, Natasha Leland, Emily Miner, Madison Nevil, Katy Pefley, Ellie Schuler, Indi Shear, Madison Snyder, and Jared Vigar. The Presidental Physical Fitness Award for 7th grade was Brittany Bussard, Ariel Dale, Ally Keaffaber, Karlie Poland, Erin Proebstle, Abbey Ross, and Hope Unger. The Presidental Physical Fitness award for 8th grade was Attie Schuler and Shelby Ward. Outstanding 7th grade students were Ally Keaffaber and Logan Peas. Outstanding 8th grade students were Indi Shear and Jared Vigar.
Auditions sponsored by the National Guild of Piano Teachers will be held at the Honeywell House in Wabash on June 4 and 5.
This year’s judge will be Dr. Vicki King, Bloomington, Indiana. Dr. King has degrees in piano from Mississippi University for Women and Indiana University. Her Doctor of Arts degree in Piano Pedagogy is from the University of Mississippi. She holds a Performer’s Certificate in Piano from the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria, and studied piano in Cologne, Germany with Pael Gililov. In addition, she studied harpsichord in Hamburg, Germany for two years with Gisela Gunz.
With the school year coming to an end, students are recognized for their achievements in the classroom. Southwood High School held their academic awards ceremony on May 13 to celebrate the students’ achievements.
Danielle Wagoner was the Outstanding Intro to Ag student, with Amanda Schul as the Outstanding Animal Science Student. Sheere Enser was the Overall Outstanding Agriculture student.
The Outstanding Advanced Art student was Alexandra Nose, with Kenzie Rhamy as Overall Outstanding Art student.
Chandler Murphy was the Outstanding Business student.
The Outstanding 9th grade English student was Makenna Dawes, with Danielle Sparling as the Outstanding 10th grade English student. The Outstanding 11th grade student was Alec Guenin, and Amy Bowman was the Outstanding 12th grade student. Amy Bowman was also the Overall Outstanding English student.
Family and Consumer Science (FACS)
The Outstanding Interpersonal Relations student was Mary Guisewhite, who was also the Outstanding Beginning Nutrition/Wellness student. Meghan Brane was the Outstanding Advanced Nutrition/Wellness student. Haley Baker was the Outstanding Beginning Child Development student, with Caitlynn Charles as the Outstanding Advanced Child Development student. Mary Guisewhite was also the Overall Outstanding FACS student.
Our daughter was married last Saturday in an old historic round barn in Wabash County. Most of our guests were from out of town and had never been to Wabash before. The one thing Dave and I heard over and over throughout the evening was what an awesome place Wabash is. I couldn't agree with them more. I must say that I was bursting with pride to call Wabash home. We are so very blessed to live in such a wonderful community.
When my Daughter became engaged last summer, I had the crazy notion that I would love to do all of the catering myself. As wedding plans progressed, I realized that I needed to hire a professional caterer. (Such a wise decision. I chuckle to think that I could actually pull that off. ) Although I didn't prepare the entree, I did, however, bake twenty loaves of lemon poppy seed bread for an appetizer. The trick to making this bread is to spoon the lemon icing over the bread while it is still warm from the oven allowing all of that sweet goodness to soak into the bread.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today announced support for agriculture producers and energy facilities working to turn renewable biomass materials into clean energy. The support comes through the Biomass Crop Assistance Program (BCAP), which was reauthorized by the 2014 Farm Bill and will resume this summer.
The Farm Bill authorizes $25 million annually for BCAP, requiring between 10 and 50 percent of the total funding to be used for harvest and transportation of biomass residues. Traditional food and feed crops are ineligible for assistance. The 2014 Farm Bill also enacted several modifications for BCAP, including higher incentives for socially disadvantaged farmers and ranchers, and narrower biomass qualifications for matching payments, among other changes.
“This initiative helps farmers and ranchers manage the financial risk of growing and harvesting energy biomass at commercial scale,” said Farm Service Agency Administrator, Juan M. Garcia. “Investing in agricultural and forestry producers who cultivate energy biomass and supporting next-generation biofuels facilities make America more energy independent, help combat climate change and create jobs in rural America.”
WABASH CITY SCHOOLS held a retirement open house for Jan Roland and Dave Engols on Tuesday, May 13 at Central Office. Roland worked for Wabash City Schools for 22 years. She was Wabash Middle School principal for 11 years and worked at the Chief Business Officer for 11 years. Roland plans to spend her retirement traveling with friends. “Our group travels on the even years. We are going to Italy in September,” Roland told The Paper. Engols worked for Wabash City Schools for 32 years as a custodian. He plans to spend his retirement working around the house, get back into his art work and take some vacactions.
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