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Local Thursday, June 3,1993 Kokomo, (Ind.) Tribune 3 KHS students receive honors Walker Wilhoite Kitchell Russ Ten Kokomo High School students recently became the recipients of $2,300 in scholarships from the school's foreign language department and German, Latin and Spanish clubs. The awards went to students who have completed three or four years of study in foreign languages and were collected through fundraisers and the school's annual Mayfest Foreign Language Festival. The winners are: • German Club scholarships — Sarah Wibel, daughter of Phillip Wibel and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Seward, 1817 Tam-O-Shanter Court; and Matt McHale, son of Cheryl McHale, 1822 W. St. Louis. Drive. Each award is $250. • Mayfest scholarships — Laura Smith, daughter of Shirley Smith and the late Kevin Smith, 410 Doral Park Drive; Robert Kodrea, son of Nick and Teresa Kodrea, 2225 Canterbury Drive; Gauvin Walker, son of Vemon K. Walker, 1309 N. Linsday St.; and Lucinda Wilhoite, daughter of David and Frances Wilhoite, 1952 Lynwood Drive. The awards are $200. Shane Sanburn • Spanish Club scholarships — Ashley Kitchell, daughter of David and Linda Kitchell, 220 Conradt Ave.; Shannon P. Russ, son of William Russ and Sandra Russ, 2405 Country Club Lane; and Johnna M. Sanburn, daughter of Richard and Myra Sanbum, 2.12 S. McCann St. The scholarships are each $200. • Latin Club scholarships — Mike Shane, son of Kenneth and Rose Shane, 1608 Tam-O-Shanter Lane; and Walker. Each award is $200. Next year's KHS foreign language scholarships will be renamed in honor of Richard Abney, who is retiring from the school's foreign language department after 39 years. Lidy plea agreement OK'd in Circuit Court Galveston man's escape charge pending A Galveston man charged after his wife died in a drunken driving accident received a four-year prison term. Kenneth D. Lidy, 28, is in the Howard County Criminal Justice Center today after he was sentenced under the terms of a plea bargain, a jail official said. The plea bargain was approved in Howard Circuit Court. Lidy pleaded guilty to the charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated causing death and driving while suspended as a habitual offender. Police said Lidy was intoxicated Aug. 19 when his truck crashed along Road 550 North, near Road 75 East. His wife Mary Lidy, 21, who suffered massive head injuries, was killed in the crash. She was a passenger in the vehicle. He was charged with a Class C felony count of operating a vehicle while intoxicated-causing death; a Board awards bond bid Indianapolis-based Raffensperger Hughes & Co. Inc. on Tuesday was named the most successful bidder for bonds to be issued by Kokomo-Center Schools to finance renovations. At a noon meeting, Kokomo-Center School Board awarded the bid to Raffensperger Hughes, which offered the lowest net interest rate — 4.6 percent annually—for the bonds. The company was selected from four which bid. The school corporation last week received permission from Indiana State Board of Tax Commissioners to issue $6.1 million in bonds for construction projects at Sycamore and Bon Air schools. SCUBA CLASS 'A.D.I. Certified Beginning Date June 8 Full Service Dive Shop Diving Den Inc. (317)452-1034 Class D felony charge of driving while suspended as a habitual traffic offender; and a misdemeanor charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated in connection with the accident. The plea bargain recommended a three-year executed prison sentence for the driving while suspended charge. It recommended an eight- year sentence for the OWI causing a death charge, with four years of the sentence suspended, followed by four years of supervised probation. The sentences will run concurrently, according to court records. Lidy received credit for 112 days served in the Howard County Jail. He was ordered to pay $113 in court costs, and the misdemeanor OWI charge was dismissed, court records said. A Class C felony charge that alleges Lidy escaped from a deputy sheriff March 12 is pending in Howard Superior Court 3. CHERRY KRUNCH PIES *4.29 Sale Now Thru 6/12/93 Diabetic Pies & Cookies Pucketts Dinner Rolls forest Career Center awards certificates Kokomo Area Career Center awarded certificates of achievement Tuesday to area students graduating from the school. The students are as follows: Automotive technology Mike Bingle, Kokomo; Brian Carroll,Tri-Ccn- iral; Norm Colbert, Northwestern; Matthew Orau, Kokomo; /errod Huey, Kokomo; Michael Kelly, Kokomo; Todd Kurowsky, Western; Shannon Monroe, Kokomo; Wade Oudemolen, Tri-Cen- iral; Derek Parks, Kokomo; Michael Plummer Taylor; Kenneth G. Thompson III, Kokomo- Mark Unger, Kokomo. Auto body technology Robert D. Allen, Kokomo; James D. Bishop Maconaquatv, Bill Collier, Kokomo; Jonathon A. Cook, Maconaquah; Thomas A. Gordon, Western; Franklin E. Hughes, Kokomo; Eric J. Pluckebaum, Kokomo; Jason R. Shepard, Northwestern' David P. Wade, Maconaquah. Building trades technology Todd Berry, Kokomo; Jason Connelley, Ma- conaquah; Edwin Likens, Kokomo; Steve Leisure, Taylor; Ronnie Martin, Tri-Central; Marc Monticue, Western; Jason Morgan,. Kokomo; Mark Mote, Kokomo; Calvin Pier, Northwestern Ryan Pyke, Northwestern; Jonathon Shields' Western; Michael S. Whitney, Maconaquah; William W. Young, Kokomo. Business office education Breshonna M. Humphries, Western; Katrina G. Keller, Maconaquah; Jennifer S. Walden, Kokomo; Angela R. Woodard, Kokomo; April L.' Woodard, Kokomo. Cosmetology Rachel Beach, Eastern; Tijiuan Cannon Kokomo; Heather Eden, Taylor; Tami Padgett' Tri-Central; April Pratt, Kokomo; Tami Thomas! Northwestern; Renee Ward, Maconaquah. Drafting technology Scott Carpenter, Kokomo; Michael J. Dane, Kokomo; Jessie Frazier, Eastern; Bill Heidt, Clinton Central; Jeff Justice, Maconaquah; Brad Recipients of honored by K Teachers who received over $3,000 as recipients of seven mini-grants from Kokomo-Center Schools Education Foundation were honored at a Tuesday ceremony at Maple Crest School. The education foundation awarded the mini-grants to the following teachers during the current school year: • Jeanne Kosco, Sycamore School, for the Poetry Arts Creativity Esteem program which worked to enhance self-esteem through fine arts. • Debra Newby, Elwood Haynes School, for the Connections program, which allowed pupils to study material at home and return it to school for other pupils to study. • Susan Luttrell, Maple Crest, for the AT&T Learning Circle project, which featured groups of classrooms from diverse cultural and geographic regions sharing lessons through telecommunication. • Pat Linder, Kokomo High School, downtown campus, for the Study Skills for Success in High School program which encouraged individual study skills in learning disabled pupils. • Rebecca Bulawa, administration, for the Prosocial Skills project. The program teamed teachers and school psychologists from five Kokomo- Richmond, Taylor, Doug Sheridan, Eastern; Robert B. Whitacre, Northwestern. Electronics technology Dionna M. Beard, Kokomo; Jeffery D.J. Bender, Kokomo; Joel M. Brown, Kokomo;Timothy D. Carpenter, Kokomo; Jeff Carter, Kokomo; Jeremy Carver, Kokomo; Chad Elmore, Kokomo; Hyesha M. Everting, Kokomo; Twanna L. Fit.s, Kokomo; Aaron Fox, Kokomo; Pamela M.O. Kaicy, Kokomo; Matthew J. Lear, Kokomo; Anthony R. Mills, Maconaquah; Kenneth D. Reynolds, Kokomo; Tony Seagrave, Kokomo. Graphic communications Cara D. Bearden, Eastern; Michelle R. Cox, Taylor; Holly R. Cropper, Northwestern; Stephanie L. Gee, Taylor; Henry L. Henson, Kokomo; Erin M. Lawler, Taylor; Scott A. Moore, Taylor, Steven C. Willis, Kokomo; Michael S. Woolington, Taylor. Machine trades technology Dennis W. Broens, Kokomo, Kip R. Conaway, Western, Matt J. Helton, Western; James F. Lunsford, Western; Shawn J. McClain, Maconaquah; Brian Meagher, Clinton Central; Kenedrix Simpson, Western; Jeremiah T. Stevens, Lewis Cass. Television production William L. Baker III. Kokomo; Andrew W. Calhoun, Kokomo; Jeffrey D. Davis, Western; Billie J. Frazier, Kokomo; Brian J. Harmon, Northwestern; Brian R. Hombuckle, Kokomo; Nick B. Long, Kokomo; Jeremy D. Martin, Northwestern; Michael A. Overby, Kokomo; Wendy N. Sonafrank, Maconaquah; Mitchell A. Wheeler, Tri-Central. Welding technology Mark G. Byrum, Maconaquah; Mark A. Colvin, K.okomo; Cory L. Craig, Maconaquah; Rodney Deckard, Maconaquah; Marvin L. Card II, Kokomo; Heath M. Hoppes, Kokomo; Benji Hunt II, Maconaquah; Ryan Kendall, Macon- aquah; Jeremy L. Massey, Western; Dennis R. Merrick II, Kokomo; Larry Miller, Maconaquah; Brenton A. Mince, Western; Chad P. Struble, Ma- conaquah; Ron Waldmann II, Kokomo. Cooperative office education mini-grant -C foundation Center schools and focused on using social.skills and self-esteem in general and special education. • Jan Hinkle, Boulevard and Washington schools, for the Fun for Children with Nothing to Do program which teaches dances and activities from African children. • Carol Lutz, Boulevard, and Cara Jean Rayl, Maple Crest, for the Whole Language and Science Packets project adopted to enhance the new science curriculum in an effort to develop interest in the subject. Angela M. Chambers, Kokomo; Amanda C. Crawley, Kokomo; Stephanie Farnsworth, Ma- conaquah; Heather L. Johnson, Northwestern; Shannon L. Lytle, Kokomo; Jennifer D. O'Dell, Kokomo; Jennifer R. Pierce, Kokomo; Jennifer L. Stodgell, Maconaquah; Julie R. Stone, Western; Jennifer L. Voiles, Kokomo. Cooperative food service Jennifer Carpenter, Kokomo; Tony Caruso, Kokomo; James R. Causey, Tri-Central; Denila Coombs, Kokomo; Janet Garrett, Kokomo; Kasey Hutchins, Kokomo; Lori Isaacs, Kokomo; Dianna D. Johnson, Kokomo; Jill Jones, Kokomo; Angel Kistler, Northwestern; Thomas R. Lunsford, Kokomo; Jennifer Morgan, Kokomo; Jack Paul, Kokomo; Kris D. Schreckenghaust, Kokomo; Stephanie D. Sinnamon, Western; Marcie C. White, Western; Nicole D. Willis, Western. Child-care training Cynthia C, Babcock, Kokomo; Kristie R. Campbell, Kokomo; Angela S. Evans, Western; Yolanda D. Hillman, Kokomo; Irene M. Hozey, Kokomo; Tisha M. Miller, Western; Monica A. Yatcs, Kokomo. Marketing education Jenifer Bryant, Kokomo; Carrie Frakes, Kokomo; Marcellus Garner, Kokomo; Chris Guy, Taylor; Erin Myers. Western; Larry Riley, Kokomo; Carl Sharp, Kokomo; Tara Templin, Kokomo; Sandy Torres, Western; Amber White, Kokorr.o. Health occupations education, dental Syawn Cook, Western; Charity L. Wiles, Western. Health occupations education, medical Shcree R.S. Bailey, Kokomo; Wendy R. Bourff, Western; Amy J. Burress, Kokomo; Mir- raclielle L. Green, Western; Tyra Greene, Kokomo; Amy R. Hale, Northwestern; Brian T. Hodges, Tri-Central; Marcella A. Pctiigrcw, Kokomo; Melanie S. Smith, Kokomo. Industrial cooperative training Michelle R. Alexander, Western; Mark A. Gollner, Kokomo; Christopher M. Hunter, Kokomo; Stacy L. Kitts, Kokomo; Bruce A. Pyke, Northwestern; Jacqueline Stewart, Kokomo; Timothy A. Stout, Kokomo. Outstandingstudcnt of the year awards Auto body technology, Jason Shepard, Northwestern; Building Trades Golden Hammer awards, Calvin Pier of Northwestern and Steve Leisure of Taylor; cosmetology, Heather Eden, Taylor; electronics 1-2 technology, Jake Branch, Kokomo; graphic communications, Scott Moore, Taylor, television production, Emily Burke and Bill Baker, both of Kokomo, and Jeff Davis, Western; child care training, Kristi Campbell, Kokomo; marketing education, Sandy Torres, Western; industrial cooperative training, Mark Gollner, Kokomo; HOE-Medical, Mlrra Green of Western and Marcella Pettigrew of Kokomo. Scholarships Fred Rusk Memorial Scholarship, Mike Dane, Kokomo. Building Trades Technology Scholarship, Calvin Pier, Northwestern. Vocational Business and Office Scholarship, Jennifer Pierce, Kokomo. Marketing Education/DECA Scholarship, Sandy Torres, Western. Howard County Dental Society Scholarship, Syawn Cook, Western. 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