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Middleburg Heights Women’s Club to award annual scholarships: Around The Town

MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS, Ohio — The Middleburg Heights Women’s Club is nowing applications for its Scholarship Opportunity 2022, for accepting female students in the Berea City School District.

The club has been awarding scholarships in support of higher education since 1962. In 2019, the club opened the scholarships to daughters and granddaughters of Women’s Club members who live outside of the school district.

Applications are judged on a point system based on financial need, academic achievement, extracurricular activities, community involvement, job history and an essay.

The club’s vice president acts as chairperson and selects a scholarship committee consisting of five members. The number of scholarships and their monetary value are determined each year, based on the club’s yearly fundraising efforts.

As of 2021, the club has awarded $237,400 in scholarships, enabling young women to pursue the development of talents that help shape their lives as well as the world.

Scholarship checks are written directly to the recipient’s school of choice.

In addition to the annual scholarships, the club also gives to many worthwhile organizations, including Southwest General Hospital, the Adaptive Swim Program at the Middleburg Heights Community Center and local food pantries.

Criteria and application requirements are available on the Middleburg Heights Women’s Club website: mhwomensclub@weebly.com. Or contact scholarship chair Laurie Bortolotto at Lbortolotto2000@yahoo.com.

The deadline for submitting applications is March 18.

BW Dean’s List: The following local students have been named to the dean’s list for the fall 2021 semester at Baldwin Wallace University:

Christa Barnes of Berea, a graduate of First Baptist Christian School majoring in instrumental performance.

Aliyah Beechuk of Berea, a studio art major.

Ashlyn Brancheau of Berea, a studio art major.

Paul Brown of Berea, a graduate of Strongsville High School, majoring in biology.

Mackenzy Burns of Brook Park, a graduate of St. Joseph Academy majoring in environmental science.

Tiana Card of Brook Park, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in biology.

Rachel Buxton of Middleburg Heights, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in accounting.

Dacyannah Clark of Brook Park, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in pre-allied health/pre-physical therapy.

Brady Compton of Berea, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in business administration and sport management.

Jenna Daulbaugh of Berea, a graduate of Minerva High School majoring in pre-allied health/pre-physical therapy and exercise science.

Braddon Dennison of Berea, an engineering major.

Andrew Dickson of Middleburg Heights, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in mild/moderate educational needs.

Kevin Dieterich of Middleburg Heights, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in finance and business administration.

Jarrad Fletcher of Brook Park, a graduate of Bard High School Early College majoring in mathematics.

Brandon Garibotti of Berea, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in business administration.

Emma Goliat of Berea, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in middle childhood education.

John Green of Brook Park, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in cybersecurity analyst.

Brooke Guddy of Brook Park, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in public health.

Emily Hathcock of Middleburg Heights, a graduate of Medina High School majoring in psychology.

Miles Heyse of Middleburg Heights, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in film studies.

Kayla Konesky of Middleburg Heights, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in sociology.

Daniel Lindstrom of Berea, a graduate of Westmont High School majoring in acting (BFA).

Megan Loescher of Brook Park, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in accounting.

Olivia McGreevy of Middleburg Heights, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in arts management and entrepreneurship and media production.

Faith Miller of Brook Park, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School.

Tony Mlady of Brook Park, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in engineering.

Kenzie Morsillo of Middleburg Heights, a graduate of Padua Franciscan High School majoring in communication studies.

David Norris of Berea, a graduate of Logan High School majoring in human resource management.

Madison Pavone of Berea, a graduate of Strongsville High School majoring in psychology.

Zach Peterkoski of Berea, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in sport management.

Jacob Petrus of Berea, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in exercise science.

Lynndee Popovich of Berea, a sport management major.

Zachary Randolph of Middleburg Heights, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in public history.

Marissa Reid of Berea, a graduate of Holy Name High School majoring in early childhood education.

Ryan Rivera of Brook Park, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in digital marketing and finance.

Julian Rodriguez of Brook Park, a graduate of James F. Rhodes High School majoring in business administration, management and innovation.

Josh Serrano of Brook Park, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in theater acting and directing.

Nathanael Skoda of Middleburg Heights, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in English.

Emma Skundrich of Berea, a graduate of Pine-Richland High School majoring in communication sciences and disorders.

Alexis Sosic of Berea, a graduate of Olmsted Falls High School majoring in biology.

Kristen Sperber of Berea, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in neuroscience.

Kade Swisher of Berea, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in applied mathematics.

Aliyah Szojka of Brook Park, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in psychology.

Ruby Thomas of Berea, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in psychology.

Lyndsey Valentine of Berea, a graduate of Springboro High School majoring in criminal justice.

HaYoung Vall of Middleburg Heights, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in adolescent and young adult education and English integrated language arts.

Halle Vargo of Berea, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in art education.

Matthew Varney of Berea, a graduate of Albert Einstein Academy.

Lily Vucenovic of Berea, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in middle childhood education.

Alex Walton of Berea, a graduate of Trinity High School majoring in software engineering.

George Williams of Middleburg Heights, a studio art major.

Lindsey Wodzisz of Brook Park, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in applied mathematics.

Maeve Woehrman of Berea, a graduate of Berea-Midpark High School majoring in keyboard performance and engineering.

Rachel Yerich of Middleburg Heights, a biology major.

BW Provost Stephen D. Stahl said the dean’s list recognizes students who earn a grade point average of 3.6 or higher while enrolled in 12 or more graded hours during the semester.

Real-time alerts: ReadyNotify is an emergency notification system run by the Cuyahoga County Office of Emergency Management.

Residents can sign up with ReadyNotify to receive real-time alerts about local emergencies, such as water boil alerts, severe weather situations and other safety messages.

To register, check on registration or to update your registration, go online to ready notify.us. Those without computer access can call the Cuyahoga County Office of Emergency Management at 216-443-5700.

For more information, visit online at https://ready.cuyahogacounty.us.

International films: Baldwin Wallace University’s International Film Series 2022 will enable fans to view a selection of subtitled films from around the world over two weekends: Feb. 18-20 and Feb. 25-27.

BW Film Festival details will be available at bw.edu/ifs.

Mardi-Gras fundraiser: st. Adalbert Church, 66 Adalbert St. in Berea, is continuing its sesquicentennial celebration with a two-day Mardi Gras fundraiser in February.

On Feb. 25, the church will host a Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Night. Doors open at 6 pm and the tournament will begin at 7 pm

Feb. 26 will be Casino Night, with blackjack, roulette and Let It Ride. Casino Night will also include sideboards, 50/50 raffles and baskets with New Orleans-style cuisine. The evening begins at 5:30 pm

This fundraiser is open to all, 21 years and older. Childcare services are available at $10 per child (includes dinner for the children).

For more information, contact the St. Adalbert office at 440-234-6830, extension 101.

Virtual auction: The Berea City School District Education Foundation’s annual fundraiser auction will go virtual again this year. The auction will kick off March 6 and conclude March 10.

There will be online contests, a 50/50 raffle and a silent auction. Items up for bid include a week in a Florida condo and a PlayStation 5.

For more information, visit www.educationfoundationberea.org.

Mobile pantry: A Mobile Pantry food distribution (shelf-stable items) will be from 2 to 3:30 pm Feb. 23 in the parking lot beside the Cuyahoga County Library’s Brook Park Branch, 6155 Engle Road (between the library and gazebo).

Kids’ Café meals are still served from 2:30 to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday to youths younger than 18.

SCAN Hunger Center Pantry: 39 W. Bagley Road, Williamsport Plaza. 440-260-7226. Open 10 am to 2 pm on the second Friday of the month and 4 to 7 pm on the fourth Friday.

Church Street Ministries pantry: 1480 Bagley Road, 440-239-0549. Open noon to 2 pm Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Mini pantries: There are two Little Free Pantries located near People’s Community Church and the Berea Branch Library. The Prospect Pantry is at the corner of Prospect Street and Jacqueline Drive.

Rise in Love: Free hot meal from 2 to 4 pm on the third Sunday of the month at St. Adalbert Catholic Church, Keller Center, 66 Adalbert St. Eat-in or Carry Out. The next meal is Feb. 20.

Free Community Meal: st. Paul Lutheran Church, 276 E. Bagley Road, served from 5 to 6 pm on the last Wednesday of the month. Drive-up only. The next meal is Feb. 23.

People’s Community Church pantry: 628 Wesley Drive, 440-234-0609. Open 10 am to noon on the third Saturday of the month. The next open pantry will be Feb. 19.

Pet Food Pantry: Animal Rescue Friends, 10015 E. River Road, Columbia Station, 10 am to noon every Sunday. Contact 440-234-2034 or arfpet-pantry@gmail.com for more information.

Senior luncheons: Monthly Seniors Luncheon at St. Andrews Paul Lutheran Church, 276 E. Bagley Road in Berea. Lunches are $5 and are served at noon on the second Tuesday of every month. For more information, call Michelle Scutt at 440-234-6080.

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