Wawasee Award Winners

Wawasee Middle School eighth-graders who maintained straight A’s on all report cards during their three years of middle school. From left are Riley Kunkle, Madison McBride, Bridgette Yoder and Paige Miller. (Photo by Tim Ashley)

Wawasee Middle School eighth-graders who maintained straight A’s on all report cards during their three years of middle school. From left are Riley Kunkle, Madison McBride, Bridgette Yoder and Paige Miller. (Photo by Tim Ashley)

Several Wawasee Middle School eighth-graders will have artwork displayed in the main lobby of the school until they graduate from high school. In front, from left, are Sebastian Urrutia, Kollin Bell and Sam Griner. In the middle row are Kelsey Swartz (she will have two pieces displayed), Bridgette Yoder and Madison Coy. And in the back row are Maggie Wood, Treasure Minnix and Caleb Bolt. Not pictured is Madison Beaman. (Photo by Tim Ashley)

Several Wawasee Middle School eighth-graders will have artwork displayed in the main lobby of the school until they graduate from high school. In front, from left, are Sebastian Urrutia, Kollin Bell and Sam Griner. In the middle row are Kelsey Swartz (she will have two pieces displayed), Bridgette Yoder and Madison Coy. And in the back row are Maggie Wood, Treasure Minnix and Caleb Bolt. Not pictured is Madison Beaman. (Photo by Tim Ashley)

 

 

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About Tim Ashley

Tim Ashley, associate editor for The Mail-Journal, has been with The Papers since March 2004. He edits articles for The Mail-Journal, as well as several other publications of The Papers. Ashley also covers Wawasee school board meetings, activities at Wawasee High School and Wawasee Middle School and monthly Kosciusko County Area Planning Commission meetings. A 1996 graduate of Oral Roberts University with a degree in journalism, he lives in Goshen. Staff Writer tashley@the-papers.com
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