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Sarah Clapper Miss OH
From the left are 3rd runner-up Hannah Zimmerman, 1st runner-up Karolina Ulasevich, Miss Ohio Sarah Clapper, 2nd runner-up Matti-lynn Chrisman and 4th runner-up Amelia Hitchens. (SYLVART PHOTO)

Sarah Clapper crowned Miss Ohio 2017 

The 70th Anniversary of the Miss Ohio Scholarship Program state pageant was held at the Renaissance Theatre in Mansfield June 15, 16, and 17. 2012 LHS graduate Sarah Clapper was in attendance competing as the local titleholder Miss Clayland, which was held in Urichsville, OH last September. The 19 contestants competed in five phases of competition, with the scarlet flight competing in Talent and On-Stage Question on Thursday, and Evening Gown and Lifestyle and Fitness in Swimsuit on Friday. The gray flight competed in Lifestyle and Fitness in Swimsuit and Evening Gown on Thursday, and Talent and On-Stage Question on Friday. Sarah Clapper was the only contestant to win Preliminary Awards on two nights, Lifestyle and Fitness in Swimsuit on Thursday, and Talent on Friday, earning her a $500 scholarship each night. She also was awarded a $250 scholarship for the Spirit of Mowana… FULL STORY IN THIS WEEK’S HERALD

Krabill Auction

Krabill Auction

Paradise Youth Invite All to Participate in Project Hope

A hunger awareness sleep-out will be held by the Jr. and Sr. High Youth Groups at Paradise United Church of Christ the weekend of April 21-23. The youth will learn first-hand the impact of being hungry and perhaps homeless when they participate in what they call “Project Hope.” This is their 7th Annual Project Hope… Continue reading»

Louisville Seniors capture All-American Honors

track seniors

On Saturday, March 11th Zach Fresenko, Noah Chaplik, Noah Murray and Nick Chaplik traveled to New York City and participated in the New Balance Indoor National Meet held at the famous Armory Track, home of the Millrose Games. The boys entered the race ranked 9th but came out with a 5th place finish in an… Continue reading»

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