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Child welfare club announces Eddy Award winners

Published 9:49am Monday, April 22, 2013

The Ironton Child Welfare Club has announced 11 winners of the 2013 Eddy Awards.

The club’s Eddy Test is given to the top 25 percent of sixth grade students from Ironton Middle School and St. Lawrence Catholic School. Thirty two students took the test on February 20 at the Ironton Middle School.

The Eddy Test was established by the Child Welfare Club 52 years ago to identify students who had attained top academic achievement in the sixth grade.

The honorees for this year are: Raegan Crabtree, daughter of Sami Fields-Bollinger and Bobby Crabtree; Kylie Deer, daughter of Brian and Lori Deer; Aaron Eastham, son of Carolyn and Aaron Eastham; Alaina Kelley Gleichauf, daughter of Dr.Carl A. and Laura K.Gleichauf; Isabella Griffiths, daughter of John and Colleen Griffiths; Loralei Griffiths, daughter of John and Colleen Griffiths; Daly King, son of Amanda Harmon and Jason King; Kaylie Jean Rase, daughter of P.D. and Beth Rase; Trey Ward, son of Duane and Kristi Ward; Ethan Michael Wilson, son of Sarah Wilson and Eric Wilson; Tanner Ryan Wilson, son of Greg Wilson and Paulette Moore.

This year’s winners will be honored on May 9 with a banquet at Ohio University Southern in the Mains Rotunda at 6 p.m.

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