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12 Darke County Youths Honored at Twenty Under Twenty Awards

ST. HENRY – Twelve Darke County youths were among the 20 honored at the first-ever Twenty Under Twenty Awards, held Wednesday evening in St. Henry. The awards were a collaboration between Darke County Economic Development and The Auglaize Mercer Business Education Alliance.

From the 4-29-16 edition of The Daily Advocate

By Rachel Lloyd, Reporter

ST. HENRY – Twelve Darke County youths were among the 20 honored at the first-ever Twenty Under Twenty Awards, held Wednesday evening in St. Henry. The awards were a collaboration between Darke County Economic Development and The Auglaize Mercer Business Education Alliance.

The honorees were Randy Blakely and Austin Alexander, Ansonia Local Schools; Zackary Miller, Mississinawa Valley Local Schools; Shelby Winner and Abigail White, Versailles Exempted Village Schools; Justin Hoke and Michael Johnson, Arcanum Butler Local Schools; Evan Weaver, Franklin Monroe Local Schools and Miami Valley Career Technical Center; Rhyan Turner, Bradford Exempted Village Schools; Jana Carolin Koslitzki, Drew Patty and Bailey Powell, Bradford Exempted Schools; Jay Gruss, Coldwater High School; Lindsey Bergman, Celina High School; Garret Winget, Celina High School; Michaela Siefring, St. Henry High School; Matt Bertke, Marion Local High School; Alex Hemmelgarn, St. Henry High School; Devin Kuck, New Knoxville High School; and Tara Sterling, St. Marys High School.

Lisa Wendel, Career Pathway Coordinator for Darke County Economic Development, presented the awards for the Darke County honorees.

Austin Alexander and Randy Blakely, both seniors at Ansonia High School, also attend the Greenville Career Technical Center in the Computer Information Systems Program. Both work as technology assistants at Ansonia School, and Alexander works at Mississinawa Valley, as well.

Both work after school during the school year working on help desk tickets and resolving issues, and providing training for students and staff. They also work during the summer performing maintenance on existing programs, installing new equipment, and updating documentation and procedures.

Blakely plans to attend Wright State University, majoring in computer science. Alexander plans to attend the Indiana Institute of Technology and was recently awarded the engineering and computer sciences scholarship from that school. Both want to work for a local company in their IT Department.

The two were nominated by Shawn Peters, technology coordinator for Ansonia and Mississinawa Valley......

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