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.
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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
The 2014 Fall Classic Golf Event will be held on Monday, October 13, 2014 at the Hickory Woods Golf Club.
Registration and lunch begin at 11:00am. The event will be a scramble format with a shotgun start at 12:30. After golf a buffet dinner will be served, prizes drawn, and awards presented.
Please see the 2014 Fall Classic Golf Event for more details and to register for the event.
Congratulations to Corbin Hooker, recipient of this year’s $5,000 Boyd E. Smith Scholarship presented by the Milford Schools Foundation at this year’s Dinner of Excellence.
Corbin Hooker will attend Vanderbilt University to study political science and chemical and bio-molecular engineering. He was also accepted to Georgetown University and he is currently on the wait list for Yale University and Harvard University. Corbin has been a Milford student for 12 years. He is the Valedictorian for the class of 2014.
About 50 Milford Exempted Village Schools fifth-grade pupils will be sending experiments into space next year, courtesy of a test program to promote interest in science, technology, engineering and math.
As the winning teams were announced May 28, a crowd of hundreds in Milford High School’s cafeteria cheered and applauded. Students representing “the Right Stuff” from a new generation of space pioneers proudly marched up to a podium to accept medals and certificates of achievement.
“My favorite part was the adrenaline of waiting to see who was going to get to go into space,” fifth-grader Ty Dominguez said. The 11-year-old’s team from Meadowview Elementary will explore how microgravity affects an egg that hatches on earth when its experiment flies to suborbital space aboard XCOR Aerospace, a commercial spacecraft that plans to start offering space flights in 2015.
“Science fairs are fun, but I don’t think I’ve ever heard kids cheering each other at a science fair,” fifth-grade teacher Steve Heck said. Continue reading