The Circleville Lions Club announced that they have awarded scholarships to one senior from five Pickaway County high schools. They are:
Morgan Ealy-Randolph, from Circleville High School, who plans on attending Bluffton University. She is the daughter of Gwen Wessel of Circleville.
Rachel Michelle Nobel from Logan Elm High School. Her plans include attending Ohio University. She is the daughter of Rick and Lisa Noble of Circleville.
Kassi Linn Wolfe, from New Hope Christian Academy, plans on attending Capital University. She is the daughter of Daryl and Karyn Wolfe of Circleville.
Mason James Spencer, from Teays Valley High School, has plans to attend Malone University. He is the son of Michael and Julie Spencer of Commercial Point.
Adeline Elizabeth Green, from Westfall High School, plans on attending Capital University. She is the daughter of Michael and Deanna Green of Circleville.
The Circleville Lions Club is a nonpartisan, nonsectarian service club that serves the Pickaway County area. It is part of Lions Clubs International, the largest service organization in the world.
Lions International has sight saving as it primary function. In addition, the Circleville Lions Club attempts to serve the community in various other ways such as this scholarship and the GOOD program at the middle school level. Our motto is: We serve.
Persons interested in becoming a serving member of this organization should contact any Lions club member, or the president, Lion Leroy Brookins at 740-412-6098.