Colonel Crawford students recognized


Three Colonel Crawford High School seniors and family members were guests of the Colonel Crawford Lions at its April dinner meeting. The students were honored as Colonel Crawford Lions students of the month. Each received a commemorative certificate and a check for $100.

Ethan Holt was named the Student of the Month for February. He is the son of Lee and Monica Holt and of Takara and Tom Lewis. Holt has served on the student council for four years and is a member of the Leo Club and FCCLA.

Holt has earned letters in football and basketball. He is also a four-year track letterman and has been a state qualifier and All-Ohio performer.

Some of Holt’s service projects include participating in Spook Alley, Right to Read Week, the Humane Society project, and the Leo Club New Mothers Baby Books project. He also works at the Bucyrus golf course.

Holt plans to attend two years at Hocking College for early childhood education and then to attend Ohio University for a teaching degree in elementary education.

Luke Biederman was named the March Student of the Month. He is the son of Jake and Amy Biederman and of Betty and Landon Jackson. Biederman is a member of both the National Honor Society and the Academic Challenge team. He is a four-year participant in the Ohio Mathematics League.

Biederman has earned an academic letter each year, a National Merit Commendation, and a National Rural and Small Town Scholars Award. For four years, he has participated in concert, pep and rock bands. He has been awarded the H.G. Gary Leadership Award.

As a Boy Scout, Biederman earned Eagle Scout status and now serves as an assistant Scoutmaster. He has participated in many other service projects through the Boy Scouts and National Honor Society. As a member of Galion Baptist Church, he is a member of the youth ministry. He also works as an associate manager at Fazoli’s in Mansfield.

Biederman plans to attend Ohio University and major in pre-professional biology and hopes to eventually become an osteopathic physician.

Isaiah Studer was the April Student of the Month and is the son of Chuck and Darla Studer. He has participated in the Crawford County Teen Institute, a drug prevention and drug-free program, and started leading the group in his sophomore year. Studer is also in Young Life and has been a student leader since the beginning of his junior year.

Studer has played football since fifth grade and received a two-year letterman award this year. He has also thrown discus and shot put for the track team since his freshman year.

After graduation, Studer plans to attend North Central State College to earn a business certificate. His future plans are to work for his father’s company and, eventually, run the company with his brother, Jonah.

Submitted by the Colonel Crawford Lions.

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