Three Colonel Crawford seniors were recently picked as the Colonel Crawford Students of the Month for November, December and January. All three students and their parents were guests of the Col. Crawford Lions at a dinner meeting on Nov. 12. Each honoree received a commemorative certificate and a $50 check.
Bridget Kohls, daughter of Kevin and Janet Kohls, is the C.C. Lions Club Student of the Month for November. She is a member of National Honor Society, Teen Institute, F.C.C.L.A., and Tri-M. Currently, Bridget serves as the LEO Club president. She also attends post-secondary classes.
Kohls participates in Marching Band, as well as the Jazz, Pep, and Concert Bands. She has earned the H.J. Gary Leadership Award and has attended Buckeye Girls State as a junior. Bridget is a member of both the cross country and swim teams.
Participating in 4-H for 12 years, she has earned various awards and serves as treasurer. Bridget attends First Presbyterian Church in Bucyrus where she is a choir and youth group member. She works at Special Moments Bridal Shop and Bob Evans. In her spare time, Kohls likes to shoot archery.
Bridget plans to attend Ohio University where she will major in pre-med with a business minor.
Jacob Roesch has been selected as the December Student of the Month. His parents are Douglas and Cynthia Roesch. Jacob is the National Honor Society president, attended Buckeye Boys State and is a member of the Academic Challenge Team.
Roesch participates in Stage and Pep bands. As a swim team member, he is Boys Co-Captain and has earned cross country All County Boys Swim Team, First Team All NCC/All N10 Swimming, and Coaches Choice Award. He is also on the Varsity Golf Team.
School organization memberships include F.C.C.L.A., Art Club and LEO Club. Jacob is a Galion Hospital Junior Auxiliary volunteer. He participated in the United Methodist Church Philippines Mission Team in July, 2015. As a member of Galion St. Joseph Church, Roesch has been an Outreach Meal volunteer and has is a Christ UM Church volunteer tutor.
Jacob plans to earn an undergrad degree in bioengineering and, ultimately, to go to medical school.
Makalah Trubee, daughter of Todd and Mandy Trubee, was chosen as the January Student of the Month. She is a National Honor Society member and has earned three Academic letters. She has also earned a Daughters of the American Revolution Award.
Trubee is a 4-year Concert, Jazz, and Pep band participant and has spent two years in the Vision Show Choir. She has earned a varsity golf letter. Other school activities include membership in F.C.C.L.A., Project B.L.A.C.K., Teen Institute, and LEO Club where she serves as secretary. Makalah attends Community Christian Center in Upper Sandusky. She works at U-Be Dazzled and Special Moments as a sales associate. She also gives piano lessons to fourth grade girls.
Music is a big part of Makalah’s life, having played classical piano for twelve years. As a college student, she plans to continue her passion for the piano by auditioning at Malone University for scholarship opportunity. Trubee future plans include majoring in nursing and piano. She will train to be a pediatric nurse practitioner and use her piano pedagogy degree to provide private lessons.