The Milford Schools Foundation is currently seeking nominations for the 2015 Outstanding Alumni Awards.
This award honors graduates who have distinguished themselves in many diverse fields of endeavor after leaving Milford High School. They have done this through career achievements, service, or contributions to society in one of the following areas:
- Community Service
- Public Service
- Military Service
- Special Recognition
Everyone has that one favorite teacher — that one person who made a positive impact or who was a role model for success.
The Milford Schools Foundation recognizes this and wants to honor these hard-working and dedicated individuals who touched many lives over the years at Milford. The Foundation recently announced that it is adding an “Outstanding Educator” award to its annual Night of the Stars gala and is currently seeking nominations for the 2015 event.
If you have a favorite Milford teacher, past or present, who you would like to nominate for the Outstanding Educator Award, email their name and why they deserve the award to Foundation President Mary Anne Will at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Milford High School graduate and University of Cincinnati engineering student is the first recipient of a new scholarship administered by the Milford Schools Foundation.
Matthew Halcomb, a pre-junior at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, was recently awarded a $5,000 Imbus Family Scholarship to continue his studies in civil engineering.
The scholarship was made possible by a large donation to the Foundation from John Imbus and family. Imbus has agreed to donate $25,000 annually to the Milford Schools Foundation, up to $100,000 maximum, for the purpose of funding scholarships for students pursuing a degree in civil engineering. Up to five scholarships will be awarded annually to eligible students enrolled at the University of Cincinnati or Ohio State University. Imbus is a class of 1959 graduate of Milford High School. Continue reading
MIAMI TOWNSHIP – In high school, they were band geeks, wallflowers and daredevils who once climbed the local water tower.
However, as adults, they became everything from war heroes to nationally-known authors and award-winning educators.
See the Cincinnati.com article.
Saturday Evening, November 1, 2014
RSVP Event Center
453 Wards Corner Road, Loveland, Ohio 45140
5:30 PM – 10:00 PM
$45.00 per person
Master of Ceremonies
Chuck Ingram • 700WLW • Class of 1978
Dow Rogers • Class of 1941
Walker Fesmire • Class of 1947
John Cooper • Class of 1966
Melissa (Noakes) Borger • Class of 1981
Joe Cadle • Class of 1981
David Shepherd • Class of 1981
Tom Watson • Class of 1983
Sarah Curry Rathel • Class of 2001
Katie Broecker • Class of 2000