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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

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John Philip Huber

John Philip Huber, son of Matthew and Melanie Huber, Brazil, graduated from Indiana State University Saturday, May 8.

John received a Bachelor of Science degree in music. He graduated as Principal Euphonium in the Indiana State University Wind Orchestra under the direction of John Boyd.

He currently plays euphonium in the Brazil Concert Band, Jackson Township Community Band, Marshall City Band and Indiana Wind Symphony.

John was a 2005 graduate of Greencastle High School and is auditioning for the United States Navy Music Program in July.


Stephanie Marie Ingram

Stephanie Marie Ingram, daughter of Mike and Becky Ingram, Clay City, graduated from Grace College, Winona Lake, Ind., Saturday, May 8, 2010.

She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in counseling with a minor in intercultural studies.

The commencement ceremony took place at the Orthopaedic Capital Center on the Grace campus in Winona Lake, with Ronald E. Manahan, president of the college, presiding.

Ingram is a 2006 graduate of Clay City Junior-Senior High School.

Grace College is an evangelical Christian four-year liberal arts college with a three-year accelerated degree option for academically aggressive students.

For more information, visit www.grace.edu.


Nolan J. McCann

Nolan J. McCann, a resident of Rosedale, has been named to the Spring 2010 Dean's List at Texas State University-San Marcos.

To be named to the Dean's List at Texas State, a student must earn a minimum grade-point average of 3.50 while carrying a class load of at least 12 semester hours.

Texas State is a doctoral granting university located in the Austin-San Antonio corridor on the edge of the Texas Hill Country. With an enrollment of 30,816, it is the largest campus in the Texas State University system and has been named one of America's Best Value College by the Princeton Review.

Texas State is a diverse campus community with minority students composing more than 28 percent of total enrollment.



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