Outstanding Women of Clinton County 2016


The Outstanding Women of Clinton County’s Class of 2016 is comprised of, from left in the front row, Ruby Porter and Cindy Camp; and from left in the back row, Sigrid Solomon, Hope Wilson-Belle, Susan Henry and Diane Murphy. Avonelle Williams is inadvertently missing from this group photograph. And Nancy McCormick, who was on a mission trip in Belize, is not pictured.


From left in the foreground are Judy Roush, who is a daughter of Outstanding Woman of Clinton County 2016 Avonelle Williams, right.


From left are two Outstanding Women of Clinton County 2016 honorees, Diane Murphy and Susan Henry.


From left, Outstanding Woman of Clinton County 2016 honoree Sigrid Solomon is joined Saturday by Abbie Beam, Fadi Al-ghawi and Kathy Johnson.


Accompanying Outstanding Woman of Clinton County 2016 honoree Ruby Porter, right foreground, prior to the event Saturday are, from left, Kathy Haggerty and Cheryl Combs.


Outstanding Woman of Clinton County 2016 honoree Cindy Camp, center foreground, enjoys some time on Saturday with two prior recipients of the honor: left, Jan Blohm, and right, Judy Johnston.


Tallia McCormick, left foreground, who is a granddaughter of Outstanding Woman of Clinton County 2016 honoree Nancy McCormick, sits at a Roberts Centre table Saturday with her grandfather Mike McCormick, center, and a previous honoree Virgene Peterson, right. Tallia stood in at the ceremony for Nancy, who was in Belize on a mission trip.


The Outstanding Women of Clinton County 2016 Scholarship recipients are, from left, Nikki Settlemyre from Clinton-Massie, Emma Mathews from East Clinton, Mai Cooper from Wilmington High School and Anna Tobler from Blanchester High School.


Randy Graf, the publisher of the News Journal, made some opening remarks Saturday at the 17th annual Outstanding Women of Clinton County (OWCC) ceremony. The News Journal is the main sponsor for OWCC. Other sponsors for OWCC are the CMH Regional Health System, the Wilmington Savings Bank, Wilmington College and the Peoples Bank.


The Outstanding Women of Clinton County’s Class of 2016 is comprised of, from left in the front row, Ruby Porter and Cindy Camp; and from left in the back row, Sigrid Solomon, Hope Wilson-Belle, Susan Henry and Diane Murphy. Avonelle Williams is inadvertently missing from this group photograph. And Nancy McCormick, who was on a mission trip in Belize, is not pictured.

From left in the foreground are Judy Roush, who is a daughter of Outstanding Woman of Clinton County 2016 Avonelle Williams, right.

From left are two Outstanding Women of Clinton County 2016 honorees, Diane Murphy and Susan Henry.

From left, Outstanding Woman of Clinton County 2016 honoree Sigrid Solomon is joined Saturday by Abbie Beam, Fadi Al-ghawi and Kathy Johnson.

Accompanying Outstanding Woman of Clinton County 2016 honoree Ruby Porter, right foreground, prior to the event Saturday are, from left, Kathy Haggerty and Cheryl Combs.

Outstanding Woman of Clinton County 2016 honoree Cindy Camp, center foreground, enjoys some time on Saturday with two prior recipients of the honor: left, Jan Blohm, and right, Judy Johnston.

Tallia McCormick, left foreground, who is a granddaughter of Outstanding Woman of Clinton County 2016 honoree Nancy McCormick, sits at a Roberts Centre table Saturday with her grandfather Mike McCormick, center, and a previous honoree Virgene Peterson, right. Tallia stood in at the ceremony for Nancy, who was in Belize on a mission trip.

The Outstanding Women of Clinton County 2016 Scholarship recipients are, from left, Nikki Settlemyre from Clinton-Massie, Emma Mathews from East Clinton, Mai Cooper from Wilmington High School and Anna Tobler from Blanchester High School.

Randy Graf, the publisher of the News Journal, made some opening remarks Saturday at the 17th annual Outstanding Women of Clinton County (OWCC) ceremony. The News Journal is the main sponsor for OWCC. Other sponsors for OWCC are the CMH Regional Health System, the Wilmington Savings Bank, Wilmington College and the Peoples Bank.

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The Outstanding Women of Clinton County’s Class of 2016 is comprised of, from left in the front row, Ruby Porter and Cindy Camp; and from left in the back row, Sigrid Solomon, Hope Wilson-Belle, Susan Henry and Diane Murphy. Avonelle Williams is inadvertently missing from this group photograph. And Nancy McCormick, who was on a mission trip in Belize, is not pictured.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_group_pic_p_f.jpgThe Outstanding Women of Clinton County’s Class of 2016 is comprised of, from left in the front row, Ruby Porter and Cindy Camp; and from left in the back row, Sigrid Solomon, Hope Wilson-Belle, Susan Henry and Diane Murphy. Avonelle Williams is inadvertently missing from this group photograph. And Nancy McCormick, who was on a mission trip in Belize, is not pictured.

From left in the foreground are Judy Roush, who is a daughter of Outstanding Woman of Clinton County 2016 Avonelle Williams, right.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_williams_p_f.jpgFrom left in the foreground are Judy Roush, who is a daughter of Outstanding Woman of Clinton County 2016 Avonelle Williams, right.

From left are two Outstanding Women of Clinton County 2016 honorees, Diane Murphy and Susan Henry.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_murph_henry_p_f.jpgFrom left are two Outstanding Women of Clinton County 2016 honorees, Diane Murphy and Susan Henry.

From left, Outstanding Woman of Clinton County 2016 honoree Sigrid Solomon is joined Saturday by Abbie Beam, Fadi Al-ghawi and Kathy Johnson.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_solomon_p_f.jpgFrom left, Outstanding Woman of Clinton County 2016 honoree Sigrid Solomon is joined Saturday by Abbie Beam, Fadi Al-ghawi and Kathy Johnson.

Accompanying Outstanding Woman of Clinton County 2016 honoree Ruby Porter, right foreground, prior to the event Saturday are, from left, Kathy Haggerty and Cheryl Combs.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_tax_lady_p_f.jpgAccompanying Outstanding Woman of Clinton County 2016 honoree Ruby Porter, right foreground, prior to the event Saturday are, from left, Kathy Haggerty and Cheryl Combs.

Outstanding Woman of Clinton County 2016 honoree Cindy Camp, center foreground, enjoys some time on Saturday with two prior recipients of the honor: left, Jan Blohm, and right, Judy Johnston.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_camp_p_f.jpgOutstanding Woman of Clinton County 2016 honoree Cindy Camp, center foreground, enjoys some time on Saturday with two prior recipients of the honor: left, Jan Blohm, and right, Judy Johnston.

Tallia McCormick, left foreground, who is a granddaughter of Outstanding Woman of Clinton County 2016 honoree Nancy McCormick, sits at a Roberts Centre table Saturday with her grandfather Mike McCormick, center, and a previous honoree Virgene Peterson, right. Tallia stood in at the ceremony for Nancy, who was in Belize on a mission trip.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_mccormick_p_f.jpgTallia McCormick, left foreground, who is a granddaughter of Outstanding Woman of Clinton County 2016 honoree Nancy McCormick, sits at a Roberts Centre table Saturday with her grandfather Mike McCormick, center, and a previous honoree Virgene Peterson, right. Tallia stood in at the ceremony for Nancy, who was in Belize on a mission trip.

The Outstanding Women of Clinton County 2016 Scholarship recipients are, from left, Nikki Settlemyre from Clinton-Massie, Emma Mathews from East Clinton, Mai Cooper from Wilmington High School and Anna Tobler from Blanchester High School.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_teens_scholars_p_f.jpgThe Outstanding Women of Clinton County 2016 Scholarship recipients are, from left, Nikki Settlemyre from Clinton-Massie, Emma Mathews from East Clinton, Mai Cooper from Wilmington High School and Anna Tobler from Blanchester High School.

Randy Graf, the publisher of the News Journal, made some opening remarks Saturday at the 17th annual Outstanding Women of Clinton County (OWCC) ceremony. The News Journal is the main sponsor for OWCC. Other sponsors for OWCC are the CMH Regional Health System, the Wilmington Savings Bank, Wilmington College and the Peoples Bank.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_graf_p_f.jpgRandy Graf, the publisher of the News Journal, made some opening remarks Saturday at the 17th annual Outstanding Women of Clinton County (OWCC) ceremony. The News Journal is the main sponsor for OWCC. Other sponsors for OWCC are the CMH Regional Health System, the Wilmington Savings Bank, Wilmington College and the Peoples Bank.
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