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Mount Union College Dowling Mentor Program Honors Students

April 30, 2003

The Dowling Mentor Program at Mount Union College held its annual banquet recently to honor those involved during the past academic year.

 

Lorie Miller, director of the Mount Union College Dowling Mentor Program, and program founders Jack and Madge Peters recognized Alliance High School seniors Felicia Gang, La 'Trisha Jackson, Stephen Jones, Liviu Stanulet, Douglas Strait and Daielle Wuebbles.

The following Mount Union students were recognized for one year of service:
Amanda Ashley of Akron
Melissa Behr of New Castle, PA
Ryan Brown of Alliance
Sarah K. Brown of Mentor
Jonathan Buckwald of Strongsville
Michael Demster of Brewster
Beth Evans of Boardman
Ellen Giordano of Alliance
Anthony Jones of Youngstown
Rose Kamanga-Sollo
Matt Lipowski of Brunswick
Chad Lively of Akron
Jennifer Myers of Beloit
Desiree Shundry of Canton
Justin Strzalka of Brooklyn
Kristin Ward of Lima

The following Mount Union students were recognized for two years of service:
Kim Bertleff of Cortland
Kelly Buck of Alliance
Andrea Coey of Loudonville
Scot Gil of Canton
Kelly Heinzman of Carrollton
Andrew Lattanner of Granger, IN
Nathan Miker of Chagrin Falls
Tiffany Neal of Cleveland
Matthew R. Painting of Strongsville
Miranda Weller of Massillon
Nicole Yanik of Masury

The following Mount Union students were recognized for three years of service:
Jennifer Bradley of Alliance
Roberta Butto of Strongsville
Rachel Hampu of Alliance
Shelmon Isom of Oberlin
Trina McKelley of Youngstown
Allyson Shultz of Salem
Julie Thomas of Pickerington
Jason Weingart of Salem

The following Mount Union students were recognized for four years of service:
Melanie McMaster of Chardon
Jessica Miller of Alliance
Jacob Rehyer of Caldwell

In addition to meeting on a regular basis for tutoring and special events, members of the program also perform community service projects. This year's projects included assisting with the Rodman Library Used Book Sale, accepting gifts for the Salvation Army Wish Tree, participating in the Dance Marathon to benefit Akron Children's Hospital and Bowl for Kids Sake, and working at the Alliance Community Care Center and the John T. Huston - Dr. John D. Brumbaugh Nature Center.

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