Alumni club announces scholarship winners


Staff report



Local students make buckeye necklaces at the Shelby County OSU Alumni Club’s freshmen sendoff.

Local students make buckeye necklaces at the Shelby County OSU Alumni Club’s freshmen sendoff.


SIDNEY — The Ohio State University Alumni Club of Shelby County is pleased to announce their eight scholarship recipients for the 2015-2016 academic year.

Mary Buehler from Anna High School was selected as this year’s freshman recipient of the Ralph J. Stolle Academic Scholarship, a 4 year renewable award which was first given in 1992. She joins recent area scholars who have earned this award: Ian Harvey (Sidney), Victoria Rosengarten (Fort Loramie), and Devon Alexander (Anna) all presently at OSU.

Sarah Steinbrunner, Anna, receives the Elaine Laughlin Buckeye Scholarship, named to forever recognize Elaine’s untiring support of our Buckeye youth.

The Emerson Climate Technologies/Copeland Scholarship, which was first awarded in 2006, goes to Kage Brubaker, Houston High School, who earned this award for the coming school year.

Chloe Heins, Sidney High School, and Sara Mauer, Fort Loramie High School, were awarded the Shelby County Alumni Scholarships, receiving income generated by life memberships in the local organization.

The local club forwards rankings of students with the University making the final selections.

Scholarship applications and supporting information for the 2016-2017 school year will be available from school guidance counselors in December. Interested students must apply to the university by Nov. 1, 2015 in order to be eligible for merit based scholarships.

This club is one of the top alumni clubs both in number of scholarships and dollars awarded. The mission of the club is to: Promote student scholarship, enthusiasm, loyalty and support for The Ohio State University among Buckeye faithful.

For more information, please check out the club’s web page: http://shelbycountyosualumniclub.com/

Local students make buckeye necklaces at the Shelby County OSU Alumni Club’s freshmen sendoff.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/10/web1_Freshmen-Sendoff.jpgLocal students make buckeye necklaces at the Shelby County OSU Alumni Club’s freshmen sendoff.

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