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Education

  • Fun in the mud!

    Tell City Junior-Senior High School seventh and eighth graders held a mud run May 18, as part of the Student Wellness Awareness Group, sponsored by a grant from Welborn Baptist Foundation.

  • Stepping Stones speckled frogs

    Stepping Stones Preschool held its graduation May 7. Eight speckled frogs were a part of the festivities. They are, from left, AJ Daum, Molly Goffinet, Gracie Brown, Teyah Mullis, Addison Sommer, Phoebe Angerer, Naomie Schultz and Hunter Kellems. Kellems was also rewarded during the event for reading the most books during the school year.
     

  • Head Start students learn about Lincoln

    The students of South Perry County Head Start visited Lincoln State Park in April. They learned about Abraham Lincoln when he was a young boy and how life was for him and others. Above, students listen to a park employee as he talks about Lincoln’s family and cabin.

  • Early Head Start home visits

    Lincoln Hills Development Corp. Early Head Start children and their families enjoy a day out together. Early Head Start participants meet weekly for home visits and twice monthly for playtime, education and family activities. Pictured are April Applegate, Fannie, Olivia and Kaitlyn Goffinet and Laura and Isaac Schwartz. For more information, contact Kelly Luker at 619-1842 or 547-4850, Ext. 113.

  • Roos graduates from Ivy Tech

    EVANSVILLE – Courtney Roos graduated summa cum laude and received her associate degree in office administration with a software- applications concentration through Ivy Tech Community College’s School of Business in a commencement ceremony held May 4 at the Ford Center in Evansville.

  • Hendershot earns USI degree

    EVANSVILLE – Britney Hendershot graduated cum laude from the University of Southern Indiana April 18 with a bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy.

    She is currently working on her master’s degree at USI.
    Hendershot is a 2009 graduate of Tell City High School. She is the daughter of Greg and Yvette Hendershot and the granddaughter of Norman and Ruth Weber of Jasper, Tony and Donna Collignon of Tell City, June Hendershot of Walton, Ky., and the late Doc Hendershot.
    She is the great-granddaughter of Cyrilla Fromme of Jasper.

  • Gannaway graduates from OCC

    OWENSBORO, Ky. – Heather Gannaway graduated from Owensboro Community College in December 2011 with an associate’s degree in nursing.

    As a registered nurse, she is caring for patients in the neurology department at Owensboro Medical Health System.
    She resides in Owensboro with her husband and four children. She is the daughter of Rhonda Carter of Millstone and Joseph Clayton of rural Tell City. She is the granddaughter of Betty Clayton and Oris Savage, both of Tell City.
    Gannaway is a 2002 graduate of Tell City High School.
     

  • Drake earns degree from IU

    BLOOMINGTON – Alicia Drake graduated with highest distinction from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business and Hutton Honors College May 5.

    During her time at IU, Drake was recognized as a Founders Scholar all four years and maintained a cumulative grade-point average of 3.9-4.0. She studied abroad through the Semester at Sea program and completed an internship for Amway’s Nutrilite division in California.

  • Bland named to ISU dean’s list

    TERRE HAUTE – Kelsie Bland, a 2010 graduate of Perry Central High School, was named to Indiana State University’s dean list for both fall and spring semesters with a grade-point average of 3.93.

    Bland is a double-major in family consumer sciences education and human development family studies. This summer she will study at the University of the Arts in Florence, Italy.

  • Best Chairs announces 2012 scholarship recipients

    FERDINAND – Best Chairs Foundation, Inc. recently awarded scholarships to five dependent children of full time employees of Best Home Furnishings. Winners of this academic scholarship are selected by an independent scholarship committee, comprised of current or retired individuals from five different school systems in southern Indiana.
    Four $4,000 scholarships were awarded for a four-year degree and one $2,000 scholarship was awarded for a two-year degree.

    Those receiving scholarships were: