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Geneva honors students, announces awards

Published: Thursday, March 21, 2013 4:25 p.m. CDT • Updated: Friday, March 5, 2013 1:10 p.m. CDT
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Geneva High School March students of the month include: (left to right, back row) Austin Grimes, Kelsey Gerbec, Ellen Dwyer, and Jim Zellmer. (Front row) Jillian Mueller, Natalie Zeller, and Joey Leone. Not pictured: Paige Lieneau and Meghan Weinstein

Students of the month
Geneva High School March students of the month include: (left to right, back row) Austin Grimes, Kelsey Gerbec, Ellen Dwyer, and Jim Zellmer. (Front row) Jillian Mueller, Natalie Zeller, and Joey Leone. Not pictured: Paige Lieneau and Meghan Weinstein


Marmion scholarships awarded to two Geneva students
Ten eighth-graders have been awarded academic scholarships to attend Marmion Academy next fall. Scholarships were awarded based on performance on the entrance exam held in December 2012, in which 198 eighth grade boys participated. The recipients included these local students, to be members of Marmion’s class of 2017.

Riley Wise, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vance and Heather Wise of Elburn, received the Gussye Deck Memorial and Joseph Kochevar Memorial Scholarship. Riley attends St. Peter School in Geneva.

Stephen Zimmer, son of Mr. Stephen and Dr. Jacqueline Zimmer Jr. of Geneva, received the Rev. Charles Reichenbacher OSB Scholarship. Stephen attends St. Peter School in Geneva.
Ryan Callahan, son of Mr. Michael Callahan of North Aurora, received the Edwin and Laurina Witting Memorial Scholarship. Ryan attends Holy Cross in Batavia. Nicholas Grant, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey and Estelle Grant of St. Charles, received the Philip and Marilyn Schnell Scholarship. Nicholas attends Thompson Middle School in St. Charles. Jonathan Ingoglia-Powers, the son of Ms. Tracey Ingoglia-Powers of South Elgin, received the Arthur J. Weisbrook Memorial Scholarship. Jonathan attends Haines Middle School in St. Charles.

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