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RULH Elementary Art Fair winners: Pre-K - 4th grade

TROPHY WINNERS: 1. Best of Show - Brooklynn Hofman,, 2. Best Craft Rachel Shepherd,, 3. Best Use of Media Katie Souder, 4. Most Imaginative - Jackson Smith

RULH Elementary recently held its annual Art Fair for Pre-K through Fourth Grade. Thank you to all who participated. Congratulations to all the winners! The following students were winners in their category/grade level:

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PRESCHOOL: 1. J. T. Schwierling, 2. Cadence McGaughey, 3. Harley Polley

KINDERGARTEN: 1. Genevie Latham, 2. Olivia May, 3. Clay Fossitt, 4. Kelton Campbell

KINDERGARTEN (SELF PORTRAIT): 1. Tristan Young, 2. Weston Carrington, 3. Gracie Blackburn

FIRST GRADE: 1. Ryleigh McCray, 2. Jayden Bartley, 3. Thomas Shelton

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FIRST GRADE (FOIL PROJECT): 1. Jackson Smith, 2. David Flaugher, 3. Sara Schwierling

SECOND GRADE: 1. Trey Bartley 2. Katelyn Neely 3. Jackson Cann

THIRD GRADE: 1. Rachel Shepherd, 2. Simone Hutchinson, 3. Austin Whisman

FOURTH GRADE: PENCIL DEPTH PERCEPTION: 1. A. J. Bolar, 2. Ashtyn Riggs, 3. Tim Cornwell

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PICASSO ART: 1. Katie Souder, 2. Micaela Hamilton, 3. Mary Ann Rister

SCRATCH ART: 1. Daniel Morgan, 2. Kasey Kurt, 3. Brooklynn Hofman

SCULPTURE: 1. Gracie Himes

Karlee Offutt, 2.

DIGITAL: 1. Lisa Dugan, 2. Jena Schwierling, 3. Aiden Lawson

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Above left - right, Michael Sims and Drew Wilson, Niya Royal and Michael Sims (representing the scholarship)

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Huntington Hotshots plant flowers

Wilson and Royal receive Ravye Huntington Hotshots set to meet Williams Memorial Scholarships B JW Curtis clean! We will be having a to The Brown County Press.

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The Scholarship Committee for the Ravye Williams Memorial Scholarship is pleased to announce the two recipients of the 2012-2013 awards, Niya Royal and Drew Wilson. Niya, the daughter of Amber Dudley and Clarence Royal, who has been accepted by six wellknown colleges, has decided to attend Lane College and will pursue not only her education but also her basketball career. She will be majoring in Business Administration. One of the criteria for the award was being a positive role model. Niya has more than met those qualifications. In addition to playing basketball for four years, soccer for four years, and track for three years, she was a 2011 HOBY Ambassador, volun-

teer at Matthew 25 ministries, President of the Leo Club, teacher’s aide, 2012 Anthony Munoz straight “A” Award finalist, active member of Beebe Chapel, National Honor Society, class officer, student tutor, and many other numerous activities all the while maintaining a 3.96 grade point average and working at Coheart’s Riverhouse Restaurant. Drew is the son of Tim & Lynn Wilson and will be attending the Ohio State University at Newark and pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in either geology or environmental science. Drew also represents the attributes of a positive role model. In addition to playing soccer and basketball, he has participated in cross country and served as captain of the

Cahall of G’town graduates from Centre College At Centre College's Commencement ceremony on May 19, Calvin Cahall of Georgetown received B.S. degrees in chemical physics and chemistry and did collaborative research in chemistry with Dr. Jennifer Muzyka.

The College's 190th Commencement saw the largest graduating class in Centre's history. Cahall is the son of Roland and Leslie Cahall of Georgetown and is a graduate of Georgetown High School.

track team during his Senior year. He has been a member of the FFA, FCLA, Student Council, Leo Club, DECA, Leadership Team, served as a teaching assistant, and is an active member of the St. Michael Catholic Church. Drew has also maintained an excellent GPA in addition to his activities and working at Coheart’s Riverhouse Restaurant. Everyone involved in the Ravye Williams Memorial Scholarship wish Niya and Drew successful college careers.

The Huntington Hotshots 4-H Club held their May meeting at the Aberdeen United Methodist Church on May 14, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. President Michael Oberschlake called the meeting to order. We discussed the upcoming events. Sunday May 26, 2013 we rode in the Memorial Day Parade. River Sweep will be June 15, 2013 at Aberdeen Park starting at 8 a.m. every Participate will receive a T-Shirt so come out and help keep our town

campout at Longs Retreat on June 22, 2013. If planning on attending then please turn all paperwork in to Rick at the June meeting so he can get a count of how many will be attending. We had several officers give reports they were; Haily Workman gave a interesting report on saving Energy. Cordell Curtis gave a report on the importance of recycling. We had a inspirational poem read by inspirational officer Shanee Weatherspoon. The News Reporter reported submitting articles

RULH Schools - Title I and IDEA VI-B Meeting Parents, guardians, and residents of the Ripley Union Lewis Huntington Local School District are invited to meet with the Director of Special Education/Title I Coordinator, Pam Sebastian, to give suggestions and/or comments about the use of IDEA VI-B Special Education, Title I, and Title II-A Funds for the 2013-14 School Year. Pam Sebastian will be available Thursday, June 13, 2013, between the hours of 6 – 7 p.m. at the RULH Elementary, 502 S. Second St., Ripley, Ohio, to meet interested community

members. If you cannot attend, your comments and suggestions may be mailed to Pam Sebastian, Director of Special Education, RULH Schools, 502 S. Second St., Ripley, Ohio 45167; provided by phone at (937) 392-7036; or sent via email to pam.sebas-

tian@rulh.k12.oh.us These federal funds are intended to supplement state and local funds to address the educational needs of atrisk students throughout the district. Any comments or suggestions will be considered for incorporation into the district plan.

A livestock safety report was given by safety officer Elizabeth Grooms. Nicole Mock shared her progress on the Historian Book.and we had a game prepared by our recreational officer Kailee Fisher. There were two members who gave their demonstration, REMEMBER everyone must do an demonstration in order to receive the fair pass from the club you would have to buy your own at the cost of $20 .... So lets get them done! You only have until August, there will be no demonstrations given at Septembers meeting! Katie Cooper gave her demonstration on "How to Properly Wear Your Bike Helmet" and Stevie Cooper gave his on " How to Pin an Insect " Our next meeting will be held at The Ripley Community Park on June 11, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. Meeting adjourned ... All members gathered outside to plant flowers in the Aberdeen Methodist Church flower beds!

Huber performs in UF’s Spring Concert Victoria Huber, a sophomore strength and conditioning major, recently performed in The University of Findlay’s symphonic band and wind ensemble

spring concert. A variety of hymns for band were performed under the direction of Jack Taylor. Huber, a 2012 graduate of Fayetteville-Perry High

School, is the daughter of Stephanie and Michael Huber, 331 South Main St., Lynchburg, Ohio, 45142. At UF, Huber is active in marching band.

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