Teens from Pemberville, Perrysburg earn fair scholarships


The 2009 Pemberville Free Fair Inc. scholarship recipients are Sarah Krock and Debbie Kinor.
Sarah is the daughter of David and Cindy Krock, Pemberville.
Here is her essay:
In high school, I was highly involved in clubs and activities. I was a National Honor Society member,
secretary of student council, vice president of choir, art club member, Tri-M member, senior executive
member and most importantly lunch bunch coordinator (welcoming foreign exchange students to the U.S.).
While being involved in various activities I also maintained a 4.2 grade point average. In my free time,
I enjoy taking dance classes, exercising, reading, and watching movies. In addition, this year I started
quilting which allows me to put my creativity to use. Volunteering in the community is another way that
I enjoy spending my free time. I choreograph for the Follwers, help with Luckey Vacation Bible School,
coordinate the Pemberville Autumn Fest School House, and recently I made 20 purses to send to the
Deborah?s House in Romania.
I will be attending Butler University in Indianapolis this coming fall. I chose Butler because it was
close to a major city, has a great study abroad program, is small enough to get personal attention from
professors, and has a variety of spectacular academic majors. I have not yet decided what I want to
study, so I am entering Butler as an Exploratory Studies major. However, I am thinking about a double
major in Spanish and International Studies or Business. I would like to thank the Pemberville Free Fair
for providing this scholarship.
Debbie is the daughter of Jennifer Kinor and Mark Lowry, Perrysburg.
Here is her essay:
I have always taken pleasure being involved in my school and community. During my academic career at
Eastwood High School, I have participated in many clubs, organizations, and after school activities. I
have been a part of the National Honor Society, Student Council, Art Club, International Club, Lunch
Bunch, and Intramurals. Outside of school, I take part in community service projects. I have helped with
Luckey Vacation Bible School, served ice cream at the fair to raise church funds, helped during the 2008
Pemberville flood, and volunteered at many of Luckey and Lemoyne Elementary School activities. During
the next five years I plan on attending the University of Dayton where I will be majoring in Chemical
Engineering. At Dayton, I plan on participating in the ETHOS and co-opportunities programs. These
programs will help me gain experience that I will use in my future. I greatly appreciate being the
recipient of the Pemberville Free Fair Scholarship.

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