• The Liberty-Perry Alumni Association recently awarded four 2020 LPAA Scholarships to Wapahani High School seniors.
The 2020 Alyssa Anne Couch Scholarship winner is Alexis McKenzie Wulff, daughter of Bradley and Kara Wulff. She will attend Ball State University to major in physical therapy. Her career goal is to become a physical therapist.
The 2020 Selma Bluebirds Memorial Scholarship winner is Jacey Fultz, daughter of John and Tabitha Fultz. She plans to major in pre-medicine and biology at Ball State, with a lifelong career goal of becoming a cardiothoracic surgeon.
The 2020 Morton A. Lambert Scholarship and 2020 Wapahani Alumni Scholarship winner is Camryn Curry, daughter of Robert Curry and Tracy Hendricks. She will attend Ball State to major in public relations and theater creation. She has a career goal of theater advertisement.
• Mark Sean Orr of New Castle just had his 2012 book “Raintree County Memories: Remembrance of an Epic Era” added to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Margaret Herrick Library in Beverly Hills, Calif. The library gathers books, documents and other items related to Oscar-nominated films.
Henry County was the original Raintree County about which Hoosier author Ross Lockridge Jr. wrote in his 1948 novel “Raintree County,” which was developed into the 1957 MGM film of the same title starring Elizabeth Taylor.
Announcements of awards, scholarships and other honors given to local residents and entities cam be sent to planning editor Robin Gibson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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