Torch:U.S. Volume LXIV Summer 2015 - Page 6

Above: The delegation from Shaker Heights High School won 1st overall the the OJCL Convention.

OHIO

Ohio has been very busy these past few months! We have held several fun service events which have made a great impact on our local communities and schools, and two schools from Ohio even won the national club of the month this year. In addition to this we held our state convention in mid-March which was a huge success. This year our normal convention location was unavailable so we had to relocate to new exciting location. At convention we had graphic arts contests, Certamen, academic tests, and much more. We are all excited to attend the national convention and have even planned a pre-nationals picnic to prepare. We are looking forward to seeing all our JCL friends from around the country!

Dustin Argo, Ohio JCL Editor

WISCONSIN

After rebounding from a highly successful state convention at the end of January, the Wisconsin JCL set its sights on new territory. Along with individual clubs' National Classics Week traditions (including such events as toga days and chariot races), the WJCL introduced its first mid-season Certamen tournament. A resounding triumph, the event connected dedicated students from more than half a dozen schools (including three new ones), and should serve as a launching pad for even more in the years to come.

Now, the WJCL turns its sights towards nationals at Trinity – especially the coveted Ludi events.

Michael Kearney, Wisconsin JCL President

National Committee Honorary and Emeritus

National Committee Emeritus Members

Francis O’Brien, 103 Livingston Ct., North Wales, PA 19454

Marcella Stitt, 700 Monterey Place 211, Hutchinson, KS 67502

James F. Minter, 200 West 79th St. #4J, New York, NY 10024

Anne B. Covington, 1305 Canterbury Ln., Colonial Heights, VA 23834

June S. LeRay, 7265 County Route 13, Bath, NY 14810

Terrance E. DePasquale, 501 Stirrup Dr., Greensburg, PA 15601

Judith L. Hahn, 9037 Grosse Point Circle, Tampa, FL 33635

Richard J. Beaton, 648 McLaurin, Griffin, GA 30224

Elaine K. Tears, 211 E. Washington St., Bath, NY 14810

Sherwin D. Little, 3727 Cornell Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45241

Prudence P. Moreland, 926 Oak Hills Parkway, Baton Rouge, LA 70810

Sue T. Robertson, 12211 Diamond Hill Dr., Midlothian, VA 23113

Kathy Elifrits, 19 Brandywine Court, Highland Heights, KY 41076

Laura M. Giles, 6824 Rochelle Lane, Amarillo, TX 79109

Liz Bouis, 1575 Ridenour Parkway NW #2313 Kennesaw, GA 30152

Penny Cipolone, 253 Lincoln Ave, Woodbury Heights, NJ 08097

Stephen Gentle, 10770 Wellerwoods Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45242

Gaylan DuBose, 1304 Fairbanks Drive, Austin, TX 78752

Edward Long, 615 Harper Road, Clarksville, TN 37043

Susan Marquis, 7082 N. Garfield, Gladstone, MO 64118

Jim O’Neil, 37 Flint Road, Acton, MA 01720

Martha Altieri, 31442 Old San Juan Road, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

Christine Conklin, 5614 Queensbury Avenue, Springfield, VA 22151

David Volk,1122 Oak Street North, Fargo, ND 58102

Jeremy M. Walker, 209 Maple Street, Crown Point, IN 46307

National Committee Honorary Members

Donna J. Gerard, 12235 Cross Creek, Dallas, TX 75243

Susan H. Bowman, 627 Joan Circle, Salem, VA 24135

Joseph Gilpin, 6418 Glen Abbey Lane, Bradenton, FL 34202

Susan S. Schearer, 300 Westminster-Canterbury Drive, Apt. 201, Winchester, VA 22603

Kendra Henry, 3908 Coral Point, Colorado Springs, CO 80917

Virginia M. Jones, 3050 Crooked Stick Drive, Cumming, GA 30041

Randy Thompson, 1703 Encino Spring, San Antonio, TX 78259

Nora MacDonald, 10715 Durland Avenue NE, Seattle, WA 98125

Dobbie Vasquez, 2112 Myrtle Place, East Palo Alto, CA 94303

Kevin Fu, 1395 Folkstone Court, Ann Arbor, MI 48105

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