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Clark County families preserve farmland for more than 200 years

Emmanuel Christian graduates nearly 30 seniors


The Emmanuel Christian Academy Class of 2013 includes:

Megan E. Ball, Kaila S. Beekman, Oliver M. Bluestone, Noah W. Bragg, James N. Burkitt, Wonjae Choi, Daniel K. Garvin, Wesley A. Haney, Mercedes D. Harris, Ada S. Holland, Alexsis B. Johnson, Kayla M. Johnson, Soojin Kim, Ruby P. King, Kyle S. Loper, Shanice E. Madison, Ryan P. Mahoney, Gary D. Melton, Hye Min Park, Jung Min Park, Christopher C. Pauley, Paige E. Savery, Sheldon W. Shaw, Elizabeth M. Skinner, Destiny L.R. Smith, Darius K. Stroder, Regina C. Tantlinger, Amelia E. Walker.

Recipients of scholarships of $5,000 or more included:

Megan Ball, daughter of Dave and Pam Ball, will attend Cedarville University. She accepted a total of $6,000 in scholarships from Cedarville University.

Kaila Beekman, daughter of Dan and Beth Beekman, will attend Cedarville University. She accepted a total of $14,500 in scholarships from Cedarville University and the Kiwanis Foundation of Springfield.

Noah Bragg, son of Dan and Annette Bragg, will attend Cedarville University. He accepted a total of $9,000 in scholarships from Cedarville University.

Daniel Garvin, son of Keith and Lisa Garvin, will attend Liberty University. He accepted a total of $6,500 in scholarships from Liberty University and the Springfield Foundation.

Mercedes Harris, daughter of Chelsea Harris-Oliver and Marc Oliver, will attend Wittenberg University. She accepted a total of $16,000 in scholarships from Wittenberg University.

Christopher Pauley, son of Chuck and Linda Pauley, will attend Asbury University. He accepted a total of $23,500 in scholarships from Home Depot Orange Scholars and Asbury University.

Destiny Smith, daughter of Kevin and Pamela Smith, will attend Wittenberg University. She accepted a total of $8,000 in scholarships from Wittenberg University.

Regina Tantlinger, daughter of Ron and Ann Tantlinger, will attend Liberty University. She accepted a total of $8,000 in scholarships from Liberty University.

Amelia Walker, daughter of Geoffrey and Valeria Walker, will attend Cedarville University. She accepted a total of $14,500 in scholarships from Cedarville University and the Kiwanis Foundation of Springfield.


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