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Fifteen students honored on Student Awards Day

Posted: Thursday, April 17, 2014

The Huntington County Chamber of Commerce held its Student Awards Day on Monday, April 14. The event was held at the Habecker Dining Commons on the campus of Huntington University. The winners of the awards and scholarships are selected each year by their teachers. The teachers this year were Curt Hackney, Dave Blocker and Betsy Motter.

The Chamber honors students each year from 15 different disciplines during its April board meeting. The Chamber also awards three students with a $300 scholarship. This year the students recognized were Doyle King, CAD Mechanical, sponsored by PHD; Houston Lehman, Project Lead the Way, sponsored by Shuttleworth; Alex Riggers, Transportation, sponsored by Bendix Vehicle Systems and Parker Brundige, Manufacturing, sponsored by UTEC.

Also honored were Corbin Clarke, Construction, sponsored by Builder’s Mart; Daniel Zahm, Vocation Automotive, sponsored ty LKQ- Transwheel; Brooke Lengerich, I.C.E., sponsored by Schneider Electric/Square D. Co. and Dilan Buuck, Machine Trades, sponsored by UTEC.

Other students recognized were Kristen Dyson, Accounting, sponsored by First Federal Savings Bank; Leah Ness, Information Technology, sponsored by Bowers Brewer Garrett & Wiley LLP; Alex Easley, business, sponsored by Bippus State Bank; Josi Strange, Early Childhood Education, sponsored by TCU; Elizabeth Freck, Family & Consumer Science, sponsored by Kim Haneline of RE/Max Professional Group; Blake Brown, Family & Consumer Science, sponsored by Huntington University and Lauren McCullough, Health Services, sponsored by Miller’s Merry Manor.

Three students went on to win a $300 scholarship from the Huntington County Chamber of Commerce. Winning the scholarships this year are front row, from left, Elizabeth Freck, Family & Consumer Science; Alex Easley, Business and Doyle King, Industrial Technology. Pictured with the students are back row, from left, Tracey Shafer, superintendent of Huntington County Community School Corporation; Stefan Poling, Rollo Harter & Poling LLP and chairman of the Huntington County Chamber of Commerce board and Chad Daugherty, principal, Huntington North High School.