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Emma J. Mee
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Mee is WC award recipient


WILMINGTON — Beavercreek resident Emma J. Mee is the recipient of a $9,800 Recognition Award to attend Wilmington College, where she plans to major in psychology.


She will graduate in 2014 from Beavercreek High School. Her main activities/honors include show choir and a cappella choir, Muse Machine, COSI on wheels volunteer, Network Drug & Alcohol Abuse Awareness, DIRTT (helping community), outstanding soprano I sectional leader, outstanding female soloist and worked as retail associate at Fairfield Mall.


Mee is the daughter of William J. (Jeff) and Marie A. Mee of Beavercreek.


Locals accepted


ASHLAND — Jeremy Bridges of Dayton, a senior at Fairborn High School and Jarred Waters of Beavercreek, a senior at Beavercreek High School have been accepted to Ashland University for the fall semester of 2014.


Dotson receives scholarship


WILMINGTON — Katelyn N. Dotson of Xenia is the recipient of a $12,500 Academic Achievement Scholarship to attend Wilmington College where she plans to major in criminal justice.


She will graduate in 2014 from Xenia High School. Her main activities/honors include National Honor Society, chemistry club, Future Farmers of America and student council executive board.


Dotson is the daughter of Frank and Melissa Dotson of Xenia.


Henderson named to dean’s list


NELSONVILLE —Thomas Henderson of Xenia was named to the Hocking College Dean’s List for Autum semester 2013. To be named to the dean’s list, a student must earn at least a 3.5 grade point average and complete 10 or more credit hours.


Five earn ECOT honor


COLUMBUS —Five students in Greene County earned a spot on the honor roll at Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow.


Students are: Amanda Olson, sixth grade; Samuel Bonilla, sixth grade; Connie Borton, eighth grade; Evelyn Long, seventh grade; and Ayana Benjamin, fourth grade. ECOT is an online public school serving more than 15,000 Ohio students in grades K-12.


“We want to recognize students who take their studies seriously and achieve solid grades,” said Superintendent Rick Teeters. “We have high standards in our classrooms and applaud students who meet the challenge.”


ECOT provides a tuition-free public school option for any Ohio resident between the ages of five and 21.


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