04/11/17 Women of Achievement Banquet
The 2017 event is SOLD OUT!
Thank you for your support!
The 2017 Women of Achievement honorees will be inducted in the Academy of Women of Achievement at a dinner ceremony held on Tuesday, April 11, 2017, at the Ohio University Zanesville/Zane State College Campus Center, 1555 Newark Road. All proceeds go to providing scholarships for Muskingum County women who attend either Zane State College or Ohio University Zanesville. If you wish to purchase tickets (by April 3) or sponsor the event this year (by Presenting Sponsor commitment by March 1 (for billboard inclusion) and other sponsorship levels by March 24 to be included in appropriate publicity), please use the link below to download the PDF form.
2017 Women of Achievement Recipients Announced
- Makala Dodson - Ethel Granger Schultz Young Adult
- Brenda Larrick - Mary Townsend Professions
- Roberta (Bobbi) Lepi - Mary Vashti Funk Business
- Susan McDonald - Aldine Roach Flegal Special Recognition
- Dr. Halle Randles - Winifred K. Vogt Education
- Sister Bernadette Selinsky - Muskingum Family Y Lifetime Service
- Claire Tiberio - Josephine Phillips Health Care
- Jade Willett - Muskingum Community Youth Foundation Bright Futures
Ohio University Zanesville and Zane State College are pleased to continue partnering with the Muskingum Family Y on this wonderful event. Please email email@example.com or call 740.588.1565 with any questions.
From left Erin Curry and Jade Grubb, Ohio University Zanesville students; Kelsie Montgomery, Zane State College student; Mylie Swauger, Ohio University Zanesville student; Alexandria Fraley, Zane State student; and Adrianna Offenberger and Shanda Hamilton, both Ohio University Zanesville students. Those who received scholarships but not available for the photo include Zane State College students Morgan Coon, Indy Gantt, Ashley McConiha, and Stacey Williams and Ohio University Zanesville student, Linsey Lynch.
Thank you for continuing a tradition of recognition of women contributing to the quality of life in Muskingum County.