Sarah Bihn from Buckeye High School keeps herself very busy in school. Aside from day to day classes, she has been involved in Yearbook Committee, S.A.D.D., Project Care, Blanket Buddies, Prom Committee, Freshmen Mentors, National Honors Society Safety Town, Choir, Photography Club, D.A.R.E., Stage Crew, and eight years of 4-H, the last year of which she served as President. Sarah is currently working at Buckeye Library, and at Subway. Everything she does is in loving memory of her father. She plans to continue her education at Kent State where she hopes to dual major in Business and Communications. Eventually, she plans to receive her Masters in Library Science.
Nate Lupi of Perry High School is a dedicated student, working musician, creative song-writer, skilled performer, charitable, talented guitarist & vocalist, successful entrepreneur, and positively driven every single day. He is a Louis Armstrong Jazz Award Winner and Representative for the Northeast Ohio Blues Association. He performs with bands and as a solo act racking up about 50 shows annually. Nate has recorded a CD with original compositions, recorded the National Anthem for the PHS soccer team, volunteers as stage hand for Canton Bluesfest, and assists fellow guitarists by posting playing techniques online. He's earned the respect of his older musical peers and remains very humble. Nate can't wait to continue pursue a music degree in college.
Compassion, dedication and volunteerism showcase Megan Hellenthal's traits. This dedicated student maintains a 4.2 GPA and is a tremendous leader to peers. She is a 4-year member of Green High School 's ensemble, choir, and musical theatre, a 2-year member of the dance team and now a varsity cheerleader. Megan volunteers with Safety City, The Chapel in Green, and Upstage Dance. Recently diagnosed with a brain tumor, Megan overcame all challenges and worked hard to make a full recovery. This life changing event has inspired her to pursue a degree in Occupational Therapy to continue helping others achieve their goals.
Kofi Boakye is a 17 year-old Senior from Akron Early College High School. This award-winning keyboardist, songwriter, producer, and Akron native has toured the world with the Miller South Show Choir. He was accepted into The University of Akron School of Music’s Jazz Program at the age of 15, making him the youngest African-American pianist ever accepted into the program. Currently, Kofi holds a 4.8 GPA while balancing school and a blossoming music career. He plans to attend Berklee College of Music.
Melia DeJongh is literally a Kid Who Rocks, from Highland High School. She's been in several rock bands, orchestras, and choirs ever since 5th grade. Her band, Assault, came in fourth place in the 2017 Tri-C Rock Off. She teaches rock music to children through music programs. Melia maintains a 4.1 GPA while taking AP classes. Outside of school, she works a part time job and plays gigs with her bands. She leads in the classroom and the community and is always willing to help others.
4 pack of tickets to:
The 2018 Cleveland Auto Show
February 23rd – March 4th
At the I X Center
Tickets good any one day
Cheesy Pickup Lines
A $97 gift certificate to:
A White Pond Paradise Salon & Day Spa
566 White Pond Dr, Akron, OH
Beat The Box Office
1 pair of tickets to see:
On SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20
At the Quicken Loans Arena
On Sale Date – Friday, February 16 at 10 am
1 pair of tickets to see:
The Off Color Comedy Tour featuring
Shawn Wayans, David Alan
Grier & Tommy Davidson
On Saturday, March 10th
At the Hard Rock Rocksino
4-Pack of Mr. Hero Combo Meals
$50 Gift Card for:
The fresh fish experts at Bonefish Grill invite you
to escape the ordinary with coastal fusions like new Italian
Seafood Risotto or wood grilled thai-inspired Georges
Bank Sea Scallops. Visit bonefishgrill.com for
the location nearest you.
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