Turning her back on the deer issue
Ellen Lange of Roanoke Avenue was outside her home when a young buck followed the mailman onto her yard. The youngster walked right up to her and began noshing on the bushes next to the garage. “He actually licked my hand,” she said. After a leafy lunch, the deer sauntered off into the Hills and Dales area.
OHS Distinguished Alumni Awards announced
The Oakwood High School Alumni Board is pleased to announce the inaugural class of Distinguished Alumni Award recipients. This award was developed by the Alumni Board in order to acknowledge fellow OHS Alumni who have made significant accomplishments in their careers and communities.
These individuals were nominated by one or more of their peers, and nominations were accompanied by supporting materials such as curriculum vitae, newspaper and magazine articles, letters, and other publications. The nominees were then reviewed and awarded by the Alumni Board under the procedures developed in May 2007.
The following individuals will be honored in conjunction with Oakwood’s Centennial Celebration Closing Ceremonies.
Mr. Harry Ebeling, Class of 1950, is a retired partner and attorney at the law firm of Pickrel, Schaeffer, and Ebeling. He is a founding member of the Oakwood Schools Education Foundation, the Oakwood Historical Society and the Wright State University School of Theatre’s Stage Wright Friends.
Captain Carl L. Henn, Class of 1941, retired after a 27-year career
Ms. Eleanor Pickrel Petersen, Class of 1937, was a community activist in Chicago, working to ensure a place for women and minorities in jobs, housing and philanthropy. Among her accomplishments were organizing the Kenwood Real Estate Committee, co-founding the Hyde Park Federal Savings and Loan, serving as Chairwoman of the Illinois Fair Employment Practice Commission, and founding Women in Foundations to ensure that women were properly represented in philanthropic efforts.
Mr. Frederick N. Young, Class of 1950, was a graduate of Harvard Law School, a prominent attorney and judge, and a partner in the law firm of Young and Alexander. He served in the Ohio House of Representatives and as Judge in the Ohio Second District Court of Appeals. His contributions to the Miami Valley include service as President of the Children’s Medical Center Board, President of the Wright State University Board of Trustees, President of Dayton Carillon Park and Chair of the Montgomery County Republican Party.
Everyone is invited is invited to the OHS Distinguished Alumni Award dinner and presentation being held at Moraine Country Club on Saturday, Aug. 16 at 6 p.m. You may purchase tickets for $50 each by calling Rande Chapman at the OHS Alumni office, (937) 298-8711.
A public presentation of the awards will take place during the City of Oakwood Centennial Closing Ceremonies on Sunday, Aug. 17. You may nominate an individual for future awards by downloading the form at www.oakwoodschools.org, or pick up the form at the Oakwood Board of Education building located at 20 Rubicon Road, Dayton, OH 45409.
If you have any questions, or would like a nomination form mailed to you, please contact Rande Rinn Chapman ’74, OHS Alumni Director, via email: email@example.com, or call (937) 298-8711
June 17, 2008
Volume 17, No. 25
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