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Graduation Special

Graduation Special

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Graduation section of May 21, 2014 Paulding County Progress
Graduation section of May 21, 2014 Paulding County Progress

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 Kait Roughton
Paulding High School
Born: February 21, 1996Parents: Eric & Shelly RoughtonGrandparents:
Fran & Roger Florence, Carolyn Roughton, The late Tom Kieffer & Rollin Roughton
 Justin Carnahan
Paulding High School
Born: October 3, 1995Parent: Deanna CarnahanGrandparents: Okie & Phyllis Fitch
 Austin Stafford 
Paulding High School
Born: March 13, 1995
Parents: Cory and Melissa StaffordGrandparents: Tom and Lorna Stafford
 Taylor Dangler
Paulding High School
Born: December 26, 1995Parents: Mike & Jen McMichaelGrandparents: Dick & Jackie Johanns, Jim & Nancy McMichael
 Kyle John Kauser
Paulding High School
Born: September 17, 1995Parents: Brad Kauser & Kendra KauserGrandparents: John Henry & The late Francis Kauser,Kathy Fitch & The late Roger Eagleson
 Shelly Stafford 
Paulding High School
Born: June 5, 1996Parents: Cory and Melissa StaffordGrandparents: Tom and Lorna Stafford
Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Paulding Progress Baby to Grad - 1B
 
 Brenda Renee Feasby
Wayne Trace High School
Born: July 23, 1996Parents: Kathy Feasby, Rex FeasbyGrandparents: Dan & Kay McLaughlin, Paul & GlennaStabler, Wayne & Phyllis Feasby
 Joe Kauser
Paulding High School
Born: April 7, 1996Parent: Mike & Cindy KauserGrandparents: John Henry & Anna Kauser and the lateFrancis Kauser, Ola and the late Gene Hughes
Matthew Klopfenstein
Wayne Trace High School
Born: January 11, 1996Parent: Roy & Deborah KlopfensteinGrandparents: Donald & Myrna Hubbard, Ellen Klopfenstein
 Chelsea Michelle Dempsey
Wayne Trace High School
Born: August 8, 1995Parents: Dave & Kim Butler, Matt & Sandy DempseyGrandparents: Jerry & Mary Price, Teresa & the lateMichael Dempsey
 Logan D. Fast
Wayne Trace High School
Born: August 16, 1995 Parents: Steve & Mary Jane FastGrandparents: Carolyn Fast & the late John Fast, MacMcFarland & The late Nancy McFarland
 Janey Rose Janka
Wayne Trace High School
Born: May 25, 1996Parents: Mark & Laurie BartleyGrandparents: Jerry & Linda Scarbrough
 Cody Michael Jarrell 
Paudling High School
Born: December 6, 1995Parents: Donnie and Lynn JarrellGrandparents: Doris Cooksey
 Tristin Knott
Continental High School/Vantage
Born: April 9, 1996Parents: Brandon & Shelby KnottGrandparents: Allen & Mary Shaffer, Rose Knott
Marissa Kosier
Fairview / Four County
Born: August 18, 1995Parents: Rita McCreeryGrandparents: Shirley McCreery & Bob Bland
Mackenzie McCreery
Fairview High School
Born: September 27, 1995Parents: Dave & Amy McCreeryGrandparents: Shirley McCreery & Bob Bland
 Seth Mattocks
Paulding High School
Born: March 29, 1996Parents: Theresa MattocksGrandparents: Lester & Diane Kruse
 Sonny Manz
Paulding High School
Born: September 30, 1995Parents: Verginia ManzGrandparents: The late Emmanuel & Ruth Manz, the lateLouise Manz
 Sierra McCullough
Paulding High School
Born: July 21, 1995Parents: Jim & Julie McCulloughGrandparents: Dave & Kathy Manz, Paulette McCullough
 Kaylyn Rager
Paulding High School
Born: March 3, 1996Parents: Mark and Amy RagerGrandparents: Barbara Howell and the late Tom Howell,Alice Rager and the late Glenn Rager
 Ethan James Rhonhouse
Paulding 8th Grade
Parents: Natalie GeneroGrandparents: James & Lillian GeneroCongratulations on entering high shcool!
 Jared Joseph Richard Sherry
Wayne Trace High School
December 28, 1995Parents: Jim & Bobbie SherryGrandparents: Mike & Deb Hessler, Terry & MonicaHeck, Opalean Sherry & late Richard Sherry
 Jordon James Sherry
Bowling Green State University
Born: November 15, 1991Parents: Jim & Bobbie SherryGrandparents: Mike & Deb Hessler, Terry & MonicaHeck, Opalean Sherry & late Richard Sherry
 Chelsea Jean Rose
Paulding High School
Born: September 18, 1996Parents: Johnathon & Connie RoseGrandparents: Ellen Myers & Jeff Larkin, John & Trish Rose
2B - Paulding Progress Baby to Grad Wednesday, May 21, 2014
 
Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Paulding Progress Baby to Grad - 3B
 Samantha Elaine Habern
Defiance College
Born: June 18, 1992Parents: Doug & Erica HabernGrandparents: Randy & Jeanette Brooks, William & RuthSnodgrass, Lilly & the late Robert Habern
 Brooke Ann Wilcox
Wayne Trace High School
Born: June 8, 1995Parents: Jim & Nancy WilcoxGrandparents: Florence Nolan & The late Lowell Nolan,The late Rev. Edsel & Kay Wilcox
 Kaley Varner
Paudling High School
Born: June 17, 1996Parents: Rick & Karen Varner
Grandparents: Frances Johanns, Linda Varner
 Brock A. Worden
Wayne Trace High School
Born: November 8, 1995Parents: Scott and Lisa WordenGrandparents: Ed and Carol Straley
 Libby Stabler
Wayne Trace High School
Born: December 26, 1995Parent: Kenny and Rhonda StablerGrandparents: Dan & Kay McLaughlin, Paul & GlennaStabler, Russ & Suzanne Yenser
 Lauren Speice
Wayne Trace High School
Born: November 13, 1995Parents: Kenny and Angie SpeiceGrandparents: John & Rose Ann Hall, Ray & Nancy Speice
 Austin Michael Conlon
Wayne Trace High School
Born: July 1, 1996Parents: Heidi Conlon & Sean ConlonGrandparents: Dan & Darlene Knapp, Jim & Donna Conlon
 Aaron Dean Stoller
Wayne Trace High School
Born: October 5, 1995Parents: Kay Stoller & Byron StollerGrandparents: the late John Molitor Sr & Leona Molitor& the late Dallas Stoller & Betty Stoller
 Chase Lynn Stoller
Paulding High School/Vantage
Born: June 8, 1995
Parents: Brent & Angie StollerGrandparents: Ron & Cathy Wirts, Elaine Stoller, the late Willis & Ellen Stoller
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The OSU Extension Office and the 4-H Advisory Council of Paulding County wouldlike to Congratulate the 2014 Graduates!
Adam StalsbergAlec KuhnArlen StollerAustin ConlonBrock TaylorDylan KeysorEmily FarrJustin CarnahanKandee MansonKayla ThompsonLauren Speice
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Discuss finances andestablish a financialarrangement.
Many collegefreshmen struggle to managetheir money. Some mightnever have had a job duringhigh school while others whodid work only did so to earnspending money. But manycollege students need morethan spending money oncethey reach campus.Rising tuition costs havemade it difficult, if not impos-sible, for parents to bankrolltheir kids’ everyday expenses.As a result, many college stu-dents find themselves forcedto manage their own moneyfor the first time in their lives.Parents can teach simplefinancial lessons, such as the benefits of buying groceriesas opposed to dining out or ordering in each night.College is also where manyyoung men and women firstsign up for a credit card.Parents can teach their kidsthe basics of managing credit,such as the benefit of payingoff a balance before interestrates kick in and the negativeramifications of missing pay-ments.Parents who can afford to provide financial support for their children enrolled in col-lege should reach a financialagreement with their children before they are off to college.Make sure kids know your financial support does notmean they have unlimitedaccess to your funds, andmake it known that such sup- port will not continue if kidsaren’t performing well in theclassroom.
Encourage kids to con-tact any roommates beforethe school year begins.
Partof the trepidation many kidshave when leaving for collegeconcerns how they may or may not develop a relation-ship with their new room-mate. Many schools assignroommates months inadvance of the school year,giving kids ample time tomake contact and makearrangements about whom isgoing to bring certain items,such as a television or coffee pot or even furniture if theroom can fit any.Parents should encouragesuch contact so kids can get afeel of who they will be livingwith and lay the groundwork for a friendship before theyeven step foot on campus.The feeling of knowing some-one on campus can greatlyreduce the anxiety many kidsfeel when they arrive atschool for their freshmen ori-entation.The day a student leaves for college is a significant day for  parents and students alike.Parents can take a number of steps to make the transition tocollege easier for their col-lege-bound son or daughter.Many of this year’s highschool graduates will be leav-ing home for a college cam- pus in the fall. Such a depar-ture is often bittersweet for kids and parents alike. Youngmen and women typicallylook forward to the freedomand independence that collegelife can provide, but thosesame men and women knowthey will miss the familiarityof home as well.Parents, too, have mixedemotions when kids head tocollege, as their sadness over a child leaving home is metwith the pride they feel thatthe child they raised is settingout to make their own way inthe world.Few moments in lifeinvolve such significantchange as the moment when ayoung man or woman firstarrives on a college campus.First-year college studentsoften don’t know what toexpect once they arrive oncampus, but there are steps parents can take to help their kids prepare for college life.
Teach kids how to sched-ule their time.
One of thethings many college kids findonce they arrive on campus isthat their life is suddenlymuch less structured and their amount of downtime hasincreased considerably.Unlike high school, whichkeeps many kids in class or involved in extracurricular activities from the earlymorning through the lateafternoon, college affords stu-dents much more free time,which is theirs to use as theysee fit. Some kids dive rightinto on-campus activities,while others struggle to usetheir free time to their advan-tage.Parents can teach timemanagement skills such ashow to establish a schedule soall of that free time does notgo to waste. This schedulecan be adjusted on a weekly basis depending on course-work or extracurricular activ-ities. Once kids learn to man-age their time effectively,including using breaks between classes to reviewnotes from a recent lecture or upcoming class, they’re likelyto get the most out of them-selves academically and findthey have more time to pursueextracurricular activities aswell.

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