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Proud Parents

Posted By Mary C. Scott (Wagner), Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Mary (Wagner, class of 1993) and Brandon Scott are proud to announce the birth of their first child, Breck Patrick Scott, born on leap day 2008!

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Service Excellence Award!

Posted By Nicole V. Chavers, Tuesday, April 22, 2008
I was the recipient of Huntington National Banks prestigeous Service Excellence Award in 2007. The recipients were invited to a fine dinner and an awards ceremony congratulating them on living the Huntington core value which is to be Simply the Best.
It was truly an honor.
 

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Peace Corps Nicaragua

Posted By Allison M. Welch, Saturday, April 12, 2008
Hi friends,
On May 5, I will begin my 27 month service with the Peace Corps in Nicaragua. I will be a TEFL Teacher-Trainer, which means I will be partnered with the Ministry of Education (MINED) and a local high school as a support for English teachers. I will probably team-teach classes at the high school, lead professional development workshops for teachers, coordinate youth life skills activites, and do my best to meet the needs of my community. Nicaragua is the second-poorest nation in the Western hemisphere (next to Haiti) and I am told to expect class sizes of 50 or more kids! I'm really looking forward to the challenge. My address for the first three months will be:
Allison Welch, PCT
Voluntario del Cuerpo de Paz
Apartado Postal 3256
Managua, Nicaragua
Central America
 
Thanks, friends, for all the support!

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Greetings to the Class of '48

Posted By Norman A. Patton, Friday, April 11, 2008
Greetings to those of us in the Class of '48 who have stuck around for the last 60 years. That's quite an accomplishment since it indicates you've taken care of your health. Or have been married to a spouse who did that for you.
 
Wish I lived a little closer so I could get back to Hiram once in a while. My years there will always be some of the brightest. Have fun at the 60th reunion.

Tags:  60th anniversary  Class of '48 

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Registered Nurse/Health Educatror

Posted By Debbra L. Bartman (Harpley), Sunday, April 6, 2008
Debbra Harpley Bartman, BA 1980, earned an Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) degree from the Lancaster (PA) General College of Nursing and Health Sciences and is a registered nurse.  She works for Wellspan, South Central Preferred, as a registered nurse and health educator providing onsite health and wellness services to companies in South Central Pennsylvania.  She also works in the Short Stay/Day Surgery unit for Wellspan, York, PA hospital. She is pursuing a BSN/MS at York College.  Her daughter, Andrea, graduated from Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida and is finishing her Master of Arts degree in journalism at the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida.  Her son, Tom, is a junior at the University of Miami and was recently tapped into Omicron Delta Kappa, national leadership honorary, and Beta Gamma Sigma, national business academic honor society.  He is majoring in economics and finance with a minor in accounting and is a member of Sigma Chi.  Her husband, John, is Vice President, Human Resources, at pretzel and snack food manufacturing and distributor Snyder's of Hanover.

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Living and working in Boston

Posted By Nathaniel I. Koven, Tuesday, January 29, 2008
I'm back in my hometown of Boston, MA, where I'm working for Pearson Arts & Sciences, doing Marketing for Developmental Mathematics textbooks for college students. I'm very excited to be buying a condo in Boston, hopefully sometime before Summer 2008!

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Moved

Posted By Dena J. Pavlovic, Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Well, after graduation I stuck around the Cleveland/Mentor area.  But about 3 months ago I packed up and moved myself to Chicago, Illinois!  So far I love it and am having a blast!  Drop a line if you're going to be in the neighborhood!

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What am I doing these days?

Posted By Medi Nahmiyaz, Thursday, January 10, 2008
Since I have graduated I have worked in several news agencies taking news photos. I have moved to Jerusalem, Israel in 2005 and now I am doing a master's at the Hebrew University in the department of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies.

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