Mercy Tiffin honored with OHA safety award
Mercy Tiffin Hospital is the recipient of a 2011 Ohio Hospital Safety Campaign Award for employee safety. The hospital is one of 14 hospitals earning a Top Twenty Percent Award for ranking in the top 20 percent overall. A total of 29 hospitals across the state of Ohio were recognized for employee safety.
"Mercy Tiffin Hospital is dedicated to ensuring our staff is working in a safe environment," said Dale Thornton, president and CEO of Mercy Tiffin Hospital. "There are many safety initiatives and programs available for our employees. We encourage our employees to maintain safe workstations."
For the past 58 years the Ohio Hospital Association Statewide Hospital Safety Campaign has recognized successful hospital safety programs and superior employee safety records. The safety awards program was created in 1953 by Ohio Hospital Association and Industrial Commission of Ohio to promote workplace safety.
Gies nominated for Health Care Worker of the Year
Hospitals across the state gathered to honor 76 health care heroes who were nominated for this year's Albert E. Dyckes Health Care Worker of the Year award, presented by Ohio Hospital Association June 14. Mercy Tiffin Hospital nominated Karen Gies for this award.
"Karen leads quietly through her involvement and knowledge," said Dale Thornton, president and CEO of Mercy Tiffin Hospital. "With a heart filled with compassion, Karen provides leadership to all staff responsible for the care of our oncology patients. She leads by example as patients and their needs come first. "
In the past year, Karen has dedicated her time to creating the Mercy Cancer Center at Tiffin, which opened Jan. 14. Tiffin was lacking a central location encompassing the multiple needs of patients with cancer. Karen knew the cancer patients experience would be enhanced by access to comprehensive treatment programs in one clinical facility.
With her leadership, Mercy Tiffin consolidated all oncology programs into one community cancer center campus by developing and connecting a new medical/oncology infusion clinic to the existing Radiation Therapy Center. Karen had dedicated her time to making this cancer center a reality.
Ohio hospitals were invited to nominate one person for the Health Care Worker of the Year award, created in 1996 to honor a hospital employee who demonstrates leadership, reflects the values and ideals of Ohio's health care facilities, goes above and beyond the call of duty, gives back to the community and has overcome odds to succeed.
Ohio Hospital Association was established in 1915 and currently represents 169 hospitals and 18 health systems throughout Ohio.
Hayes Library to make genealogy research easier
FREMONT Researching family history can be as close as a home computer, but finding the best websites and resources can be frustrating. Hayes Presidential Center's Internet Genealogy I Class can help.
Sponsored by RootsMagic, the next class is to takes place 9:30-11:30 a.m. Saturday in Hayes Research Library. Cost is $10/adult and $5/students through high school.
Pre-register by calling (419) 332-2081, ext. 231.
Head Librarian Becky Hill is to lead the Class. Attendees are to be provided instruction on basics of how to use free genealogical websites as they undertake researching their family history. Internet sources such as the Center's Ohio Obituary Index, along with FamilySearch.org, USGenweb.org, Worldcat.org, Ellis
Island.org are to be explored in depth.
Hayes Research Library houses one of the area's most comprehensive collections of genealogy resource materials. Knowledgeable staff always is on hand to help with questions and advice. Computers with Internet access also are available for use free of charge. The library offers genealogy classes on a regular basis as a means of introducing the public to its resources and the innovations in the field of genealogical research.
Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center is located at Hayes and Buckland avenues in Fremont. For more information, visit www.rbhayes.org or call (419) 332-2081 or (800) 998-PRES.
Grant to assist F.A.C.T.
North Central Electric Cooperative People Fund board awarded F.A.C.T. of Seneca County a $1,534 grant for the purchase of a new printer and the cost of postage.
F.A.C.T., a local nonprofit, volunteer agency, assists Seneca County residents diagnosed with cancer. Donations remain in Seneca County.
"As a local nonprofit volunteer agency, our goal is to keep our expenses to a minimum and the people fund grant will help us attain that goal," said Cindy Walter, F.A.C.T. secretary
To raise funds, F.A.C.T. conducts a number of fundraising events throughout the area which include a polar bear jump, poker runs, golf outings, a buckeye bash and Harvest for Hope.
Other grants rewarded at the April meeting included $4,000 to Bloomville EMS for the purchase of a golf cart ambulance, $1,000 to OSU Extension Seneca County toward the purchase of a new computer, $1,500 to Bettsville Firefighters Association towards the purchase of new pagers, $2,500 to Seneca County Agricultural Society towards the electrical system in the new show arena and $459.99 to the Evangelical Pietist Church for the purchase of an electric range.
For more information about the People Fund or to request a grant application contact the cooperative at (419) 426-3072 or (800) 426-3072.
Learn about Rangoli
The teen department at Tiffin-Seneca Public Library is to continues its summer reading program, "You Are Here," with another program Tuesday.
The event, "Form Rangoli Paper Designs," is to be 2-3 p.m. in Frost Kalnow Room. Participants can go anytime during the hour to learn how to make their own Rangoli design with paper.
The program is open to students entering sixth grade through grade 12 and is free.
Make a worry doll
The teen department at Tiffin-Seneca Public Library continues its summer reading program, "You Are Here," with another program July 12.
The event, "Build a Guatemalan Worry Doll," is to be 2-3 pm in Frost Kalnow Room. Participants can stop in anytime during the hour to learn how to make their own traditional Guatemalan worry doll and a bag to put them in. The program is open to students entering sixth grade through grade 12 and is free.
Learn about recycling
Tiffin-Seneca Public Library is to host "One Planet Many Hands" as part of the Junior Library's summer reading program, "One World, Many Stories!"
Children can learn about recycling around the world through activities with Andria Marquis from the Ottawa, Sandusky, Seneca Joint Solid Waste Management District at 2 p.m. July 13 in Frost Kalnow Room. The free program is for ages 5 and older.
T-SPL to have 'Babies & Books'
Tiffin-Seneca Public Library is to have "Babies & Books" in July. There are to be two 30-minute classes, 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., July 12 in Frost Kalnow Room.
The program features stories, rhymes, songs and finger plays. Parents or caregivers and babies, age birth to 24 months old, can sign up for one session of language enrichment activities.
Call (419) 447-3751 to register, starting Tuesday, for the free program for babies and adults.
Moyer heading to Bellevue
BELLEVUE - Bellevue Public Library is to welcome author/producer Dan Moyer at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the meeting room. Moyer wrote the authorized biography of actor Jack Webb. He then worked on the DVD releases of the "Dragnet" series and is helping with a book about the series "Adam-12." Moyer is to have Webb memorabilia, show a brief documentary and speak about his ongoing research.
'Minute to Win It' contest to be in Bellevue
A "Minute to Win It" competition for ages 11-16 is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at Bellevue Public Library. Due to limited space, registration is required, and only those competing are to be admitted. Contestants are to try to see how fast they can stack golf balls, move cookies from their foreheads to their mouths without using their hands, sort M&Ms by color and try other tests of skill. Winners are to receive gift boxes, and all participants are to have a chance to win door prizes. To register, visit or call Youth Services at (419) 483-0422.
Make a trivet Saturday
Children ages 6-16 can participate in "Make a Mod Podge Trivet" at 2 p.m. Saturday at Bellevue Public Library. All materials are to be provided for free. A sample of the project is on display at the Youth Services desk. Registration is requested, but not required. For more information, visit or call Youth Services at (419) 483-0422.
Seneca One Stop plans seminars
Seneca One Stop is to offer services and resources for job seekers and employers.
Seminars are free and open to anyone in the community. The seminars also are available to be customized for employers and delivered on site.
A job search workshop is set for 9 a.m.-noon July 13 at Department of Jobs and Family Services, 3362 S. TR 151, Tiffin.
Information and job search tips are to be presented to job seekers to assist them in finding employment.
Also, the following free computer classes are to be offered, but registration is required:
9 a.m. to noon July 20, introduction to computers.
9 a.m. to noon July 25, File Manager.
9 a.m. to noon July 27, introduction to the Internet.
To register or for more information, call (419) 447-5011 ext. 443 or (800) 825-5011 ext. 443.
Seneca One Stop is a collaboration of 23 partners in Erie, Huron, Ottawa, Sandusky and Seneca counties and is funded by those organizations through the Workforce Investment Act.
Seneca One Stop is open 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday, Thursday and Friday, and 7:15 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday. All basic services are free.
Local lawyer named rising star
Karl C. Kerschner, managing partner of Meyer & Kerschner, Ltd. law firm in Tiffin, has for the second consecutive year been named by Ohio Super Lawyers as a Rising Star for his legal work focusing on financial institution and corporate representation.
Super Lawyers Rising Stars are comprised of the state's outstanding attorneys who are 40 and younger. No more than two and one-half percent of Ohio's lawyers are named to the Rising Star list.
Fostoria hospital to offer diabetes education class
FOSTORIA - To help individuals successfully manage diabetes, the Fostoria Community Hospital diabetes education department is to offer a class 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. July 13. The class is to take place in the Conference Center, on the hospital's lower level, entrance 2. A physician referral is required to participate in the class.
Diabetes is a serious chronic disease that can be maintained through healthy lifestyle choices and medication. Through this class, individuals are to learn more about the disease, treatments, monitoring the ABCs of diabetes and preventing severe complications.
The class is to be taught by a team, which is to includes a certified diabetes educator, registered dietitian, physical therapist, pharmacist and social worker.
The course has a fee billable to insurance and pre-registration is required for attendance.
Financial assistance is available through the foundation's diabetes fund.
For more information, call Shirley Conley at (419) 436-6629.
Classes to be offered
Vanguard-Sentinel Career and Technology Centers is taking registrations for part-time adult education classes that are scheduled to run in Fremont and Tiffin. Contact Adult Career Center at (419) 334-6901, ext. 402, or (419) 448-1212, ext. 221, to learn about the classes or to register.
NCOESC to host workshop
North Central Ohio Educational Service Center is offering a Situational Leadership II Workshop Wednesday at the Tiffin campus at 928 W. Market St., Suite A, in Tiffin.
It is a one-day professional development opportunity, and people are to learn models and a set of tools to help them have quality conversations about performance and development with employees; develop a self-reliance with people that is to empower them to address matters in a consistent manner; leverage competence and commitment of personnel and key leaders within the organization; build trust and enhance credibility for all in a leadership role; achieve greater productivity from their team; and provide tools to retain and train their most talented employees.
Registration is at 8:30 a.m., and the workshop is to end at 3:30 pm. The registration fee is $75 and includes materials and lunch. For more information or to register, call (419) 447-2927 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Heidi Marshall, an 11-year-old Clyde resident, is to receive a $50 gift card and recognition certificate from Kohl's through the Kohl's Cares Scholarship Program.
Read for Literacy selected to receive grant
FOSTORIA Read for Literacy Inc., in conjunction with Fostoria Early Childhood Center, has received a $3,500 grant from Greater Fostoria Community Foundation Fund. The grant is to be used to partially underwrite the first-year cost of implementing Read for Literacy's Creating Young Readers program at the center.
The grant application deadline for consideration in the foundation's fall round of grant distribution is Aug. 31. Applications are available at www.fostoriafoundation.
McPherson perfect attendance
CLYDE - Students with perfect attendance for the third trimester at McPherson Middle School are sixth-graders Wyatt Back, Alexander Begley, Mitchell Benesh, Thomas Bethel, Brooklyn Caudill, Haylei Cogar, Cayleb Cooper, Cassidy Dillon, Bree Dowling, Robert Elder, Cheyenne Halbeisen, Savanna Halm, Abby Hartshorn, Steven Hohenstein, Mia Kardotzke, Blake Kent, Kaylee Kern, Averi Kidd, Caitlyn Kimmet, Melissa Laconis, Dalton Liebold, Carlie Magers, Heath Maines, Zachary Marcha, Adeline Martin, Michael Miller, Kane Milleson, John Morrison, Austin Nasser, Lucas Nicely, Caleb Prunty, Megan Smith, Ally Sprouse, Cheyenne Stedman, Christopher Steele Jr., Chelsea Strickland, Dakota Wagner, Xavier Ysasi-Sauseda and Evan Zaleski; seventh-graders Brenna Adams, Kennedy Arndt, Cody Baker, Meridian Belcher, Emilia Bowers, Ashley Carter, Dahlia Chong, Walker Cooper, Katelyn Criswell, Robert Cullen, Brendan Daniels, Derek Dyer, Cole Foos, Brandon Frederick, Joshua Goble, Briana Hergesheimer, Dylan Hill, Jarra Humphrey, Jane Kardotzke, Lance Kehr II, Logan Kessler, Tristyn Kidd, Tyler Leibengood, Allison McClanahan, Miranda McNatt, Ryan Miller, Lauren Morrison, Andrea Nearhood, Tavyn Norman, Connor Perkins, Antonio Rodriguez, Taya Rohrbacher, Brendan Ross, Chloe Ruttschaw, Brisa Salinas, Trenton Sprouse, Zane Tolbert, Holley Wadsworth, Garrett Widman, Brian Wilkerson and Alyssa Zontini; and eighth-graders Jason Bagley Jr., Riley Baker, Daniel Barrett, Makyah Belcher, Sarah Boyle, Kayla Brown, Alyssa Brutsche, Skyler Eversole, Haley Foos, Caleb Frederick, Gerardo Guzman, Cole Hamilton, Braelynn Johnson, Aaron Klohn, Brendan Leibengood, Kaitlyn Marcha, Michaela McCowan, Brailan Michael, Stephanie Moore, Kiana Nicely, Kara Ohms, Katelyn Pocock, Jacob Roach, Nicholas Romeo, Joel Ruttschaw, Lindsay Scherger, Christina Schmidt, Brooke Smith, Emma Smith, Angelica Sprouse, Paul Tyree and Breanna Wetzel.
Mazza hosts exhibit
FINDLAY Several new exhibits are on display at University of Findlay's Mazza Museum, located in Gardner Fine Arts Pavilion on campus.
Gallery One highlights perspective and demonstrates how different techniques add depth to artwork, and the gallery includes an international exhibit, which includes flags from many of the countries represented in the artwork.
In Gallery Two, a Mother Goose exhibit showcases artists' various interpretations of Mother Goose rhymes, and a printmaking exhibit shows the process at work using tools such as copper etching plates and carved potatoes.
In Gallery Three, a media exhibit features artwork by artists who used media such as clay, fabric, cut paper and cross stitch to create artwork.
A historical exhibit in Gallery Four begins with a Randolph Caldecott original and includes artwork of recognizable characters such as Peter Rabbit, Curious George, Mickey Mouse, Little Toot, Cat in the Hat and Cinderella.
Book design is featured in Gallery Five, allowing visitors to take a closer look at the artwork that appears on the inside covers, as well as in the rest of the books. The gallery also includes photos and sketches in The Artists' Models exhibit and a paper engineering exhibit that includes pop-up book artwork.
The museum is open noon-5 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 1-4 p.m. Sunday and by appointment, (419) 434-5521.
Smith becomes honor society member
Melinda Smith, daughter of Don and Nancy Smith of Tiffin, has become a member of Phi Sigma Theta National Honor Society at Ohio State University.
FREMONT - Rachel Atchley, daughter of Marybess and Don Hunter of Tiffin, was inducted into Delta Psi Phi Alpha Honor Society at Spring Arbor University.
Purdue academic honors
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Matthew Kwiatkowski of Clyde earned academic honors at Purdue University.
ElderCollege to travel
FREMONT - The ElderCollege program at Terra Community College is to take a trip to the Boston, Mass., area Sept. 28-Oct. 4. It is to include such sites as the John F. Kennedy library and museum, Harvard Square and Plymouth Rock. The group also is to visit the Salem, Mass., area, the coastal city that was the site of Salem Witchcraft trials of 1692. A few seats are available. The cost is $615 based on double occupancy for the seven-day, six-night trip. For more information, visit www.terra.edu/learning or call (419) 559-2255.
Akron dean's list
AKRON - Local students on the dean's list at University of Akron are Joseph Diehm of Attica; Reuben Auck, Kyle Carney and David Walsh of Bloomville; Tyler Rex of Clyde; Jordan Duncan of Fostoria; Leah Miller and Chelsea Wolpert of Republic; and Catherine Demith, Catherine Genet, Raina King and Lindsey Pardi of Tiffin.
Owens nursing students honored
PERRYSBURG TOWNSHIP Local students bestowed honorary pins by Owens Community College's school of nursing signifying their completion of the registered nursing program were Michelle Agapiou, Stacey Avalon, Jennifer Gregg, Samantha Herman, Karin Long and Amanda Merry of Fostoria, Charles Blair of Carey, Stacie Mack of Sycamore, Andrea Miller, Troy Riedel, Christy Roszman and Jessica Smith of Tiffin, Tiffany Nagel of Bloomville, Bambie Rolsten of New Riegel, Melissa Schade of Kansas and Erin Graber and Kathleen Shull of Bradner.
OXFORD - Local students on the president's list at Miami University are Hannah Eppley of Tiffin and Elizabeth Miller of Upper Sandusky.
Students on the dean's list are Jaclyn Miller of Green Springs; Kristina Gaietto, Hannah Haubert, Jacob Scherger, Joseph Scherger, Andrea Wade and Derek Walton of Tiffin; Brittany Molnar of Upper Sandusky; and Nicholas Petrlich of Risingsun.
OXFORD - Local students who graduated from Miami University are Jacob Scherger of Tiffin, bachelor's degree; Andrea Wade of Tiffin, bachelor's degree, university honors, summa cum laude; Angela Wade of Tiffin, bachelor's degree, university honors with distinction, summa cum laude; Eli Razavi of Tiffin, bachelor's degree; Elizabeth Miller of Upper Sandusky, bachelor's degree, university honors, magna cum laude; Courtney Stahl of Fostoria, bachelor's degree, summa cum laude; Beau Walters of Fostoria, bachelor's degree; and Joshua Storrer of Fostoria, bachelor's degree.
SPRINGFIELD - Erica Martin, daughter of Ronald and Beverly Martin of Tiffin, graduated summa cum laude from Wittenberg University.
ITHACA, N.Y. - Alexandria Taylor, daughter of Joseph Taylor and Cynthia Taylor of Fostoria, received a degree from the Ithaca College's Roy H. Park School of Communications.
ADA - Several local residents graduated from Ohio Northern University.
Erik Reinhard, son of Theodore and Elaine Reinhard of Tiffin, received a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering. He is a graduate of Columbian High School.
Anthony Ruffing, son of Dennis and Diana Ruffing of Republic, received a bachelor's degree in construction management. He is a graduate of Seneca East High School.
Erica Thatcher, daughter of Kenneth and Janis Rumschlag of Tiffin, received a doctorate in pharmacy. She is a graduate of Calvert High School.
Mallory Warman, daughter of Cheryl Kenna of Tiffin and Cameron Warman of Indiana, Pa., received a doctorate in pharmacy. She is a Columbian graduate.
WESTERVILLE - Linnea Clausen of Tiffin graduated summa cum laude from Otterbein University.
Indiana Wesleyan list
MARION, Ind. - Teresa Benner was named to the dean's list at Indiana Wesleyan University.
COLUMBUS - Local graduates from Ohio State University are Jared Wurm, associate's degree, Bloomville; Dakota Durbin, bachelor's degree, Benjamin Kaple, bachelor's degree in agriculture, and Joshua Kocher, bachelor's degree, New Washington; Rebecca Auck, associate's degree, Tiro; Rachel Guillen, bachelor's degree in social work, cum laude, James Stone, bachelor's degrees, Kenneth Cloud, bachelor's degree in business administration, Seth Kirian, bachelor's degree, Ashley Waltermeyer, bachelor's degree in journalism, cum laude, and Holly Willer, bachelor's degree, Fostoria; Brian Gable, bachelor's degree in civil engineering, Clyde; Emily Miller, bachelor's degree, cum laude, Kansas; Justin Billey, associate's degree, Brad Miller, bachelor's degree in journalism, cum laude, and Lindsay Stallings, bachelor's degree, Attica; Jordan Siebenaller, bachelor's degree, Bascom; Brian Hartschuh, doctor of veterinary medicine, Bloomville; Brady Decker, bachelor's degree in allied health professions, magna cum laude, Seth deVlugt, bachelor's degree in business administration, cum laude, Christopher Goshe, bachelor's degree in agriculture, Ryan Harper, bachelor's degree in human ecology, Dustin Kent, master's degree in public health, Brett Kneeskern, bachelor's degree in agriculture, Michelle Lewis, bachelor's degree, Theresa Lucius, bachelor's degree, cum laude, Pumla Pamla-Gutter, master's degree in public health, David Weber, bachelor's degree in allied health professions, and Daniel Zirger, bachelor's degree in business administration; Jean Renollet, bachelor's degree in human ecology, Bradner; Eric Bakies, bachelor's degree in agriculture, Olivia Bumb, bachelor's degree in business administration, and Megan Hall, bachelor's degree in education, cum laude, Carey; Tyler Baker, bachelor's degree in business administration, Morgan Dunnam, associate's degree, cum laude, Ronald Joan, bachelor's degree in human ecology, cum laude, Logan Lawrence, associate's degree, Megan Rhoades, associate's degree, cum laude, Shonda Ritterspach, bachelor's degree in education, summa cum laude, Jamie Schmidt, associate's degree, Johnathon Searfoss, bachelor's degree in human ecology, Brittany Sessler, bachelor's degree in pharmaceutical sciences, Devan Steward, bachelor's degree in agriculture, Kaleb Swinehart, bachelor's degree, Rachel Thiel, bachelor's degree in art education, summa cum laude, Kayla Weaver, bachelor's degree in agriculture, and Laura Wetherell, bachelor's degree in nursing, cum laude, Upper Sandusky; and Joshua Griffin, bachelor's degree in food, agricultural and bio engineering, and Brandt Weininger, doctor of dental surgery, cum laude, Sycamore.
OSU honor roll
COLUMBUS - Local students on the honor roll at Ohio State University are Michael Weisenauer, Jared Wurm and Danielle Coppes, Bloomville; Brianna Durnwald and Timothy Van Eerten, New Washington; Blaine Erwin, Tiro; Thomas Christy, Alvada; Joshua Greer, James Stone, Noah Stuby, Alex Cramer, Nicole Dull, Andrew Harman, Mary Ellen McAllister, Jay McAllister, Quinton Noel and Kyle Wyant, Fostoria; Aliesha Boonie, Lindsay Crockett, Brian Gabl, Joseph Mook and Jessica Wasserman, Clyde; Chelsea Bumb, Carey; Tristan Jonas, Brianna Jordan, Jillian Lenz, Joshua Senn and Lindsay Stallings, Attica; Katelyn Lang, Bascom; Abby Yoakum, Kansas; Megan Kessler, Shawn Kessler, Brittany Kimmet and Danielle Lofay, New Riegel; Jonathan Phillips, Republic; Christopher Clouse, Sycamore; Douglas Bouillon, Marissa Davis, Brady Decker, Megan Depinet, Seth deVlugt, Jordann Dillard, Zachary Dolch, Rebekah Fabrizio, Nick Hohman, Mitchell Kneeskern, Brett Kneeskern, Theresa Lucius, Meredith Miller, Audrey Neal, Aleah Perry, Gregory Reinhart, Phillip Tran and Victoria Zepp, Tiffin; Hannah Renollet, Bradner; Paul Anderson, Healy Batton, Torri Kitzler and Ethan Smalley, Carey; Ryann Burks, Frank McCulloch, Sarah Adelsperger, Ellen Graham, Ronald Joan, Rakay Kin, Jordan Patton, Megan Rhoades, Shonda Ritterspach, Cheri Schoenberger, Jakob Searfoss, Johnathon Searfoss, Joseph Sebenoler, Alicia Shumaker, Alec Stansbery, Shelby Walton, Kayla Weaver, Laura Wetherell and Jessica Creamer, Upper Sandusky; Ellen Gilliland, McCutchenville; and Casey Edgington, Joshua Griffin, Jeremy Kalb and Gwyneth Voorheis, Sycamore.
TU dean's list
Students on the dean's list at Tiffin University are William Dotson, Jamie Young, Celestia Brodman, Corey Harrold and Alyssa Simon, Carey; Kasie Strausbaugh, Caitlin Long, Lynzi Daughenbaugh and Scott Ekleberry, Upper Sandusky; Erica Cenkus, Clyde; Ashley Hosang, Tyler Crapo, Attica; Shawn Davis, Bettsville; Jill Kreais, Derek Williams, Vannon Heater, Douglas Stewart, Jill Earl, Joseph Hile, Timothy Weber, Amy Bowlin and Nadine Stevens, Fostoria; Olivia Frantz, Carly Reese and Camille Wilson, Kansas; Noah Fox and Christopher Hammond, McCutchenville; David Peck, Curt Bumb, Kendra Reinhart and Jason Bumb, New Riegel; Jamie Litwalk and Heidi Kiesel, Republic; Christina Strait, Eric Sowers and Cheryl Loftis, Sycamore; and Derek Griffin, Alisha Hoover, Emily Herron, Maureen Kurtz, Bobbi Wagner, Michael Little, John Havrilla, Scott Devaughn, Cory Sager, Savannah Harner, Britnae McFadzean, Leebo Pomele, Jessica Harris, Kristy Kirian, Brandon Coffman, Amanda Ellis, Tonni Stearns, Brittani Trent, Bethany Owens, Holly Brennan, Ana Reyes, Nicole Ardner, Alexander Weaver, Chelsea Houtz, Jenna Grunwald, Cory Fowler, Kyle George, Andrew Moore, Nicholas Hetzel, Alec Strong, Trevor Clinger, Milca Rodriguez, Tiffany Smith, Chris Frederick, Callie Dewald, Michael Herb, Margaret Betz, Shanice Alexander, Raymond Bishop, Morgan Durbin, Mekenna Klaiss, Anthony Dean, Monique Clagg, Holly Murphy, Everette Holland, Selina Rumschlag, Christine Courtney, Nicole Johnson, Shawna Eisenhart, Melanie Parsons, Derek Shafer, Zachariah White, Kaitlin Kalb, Melissa Cassidy, Ashley Phillips, Racheal Blair, Andrew Schalk, Andrew Dean, Kelsey Abel, Sabrina Gonzalez, Kya Achtermann, Cara Kelley, Luke Van Horn, Jessica Huffman, Britny Rodriguez, Daniel Reedy, Deidre Herdlick, Rebecca Miller and Melissa Goodman, Tiffin.