Bellbrook inducts seven members into Hall of Fame

by Madi Brown

Mr. Fromm, Hall of Fame committee member, introduces the inductees. Picture by Madi Brown

On the morning of Friday, October 8, seven Bellbrook graduates were inducted into the Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Education Foundation’s Hall of Fame. BHS seniors attended the ceremony in the auditorium, taking time to support the alumni.

Four members from the Hall of Fame Class of 2020 joined the three members from the Class of 2021 in the Friday ceremony as the 2020 ceremony had been postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Since 2007, 53 people have been inducted. Nominees are selected by a Hall of Fame Committee. Any graduate, staff, or community member that has left a significant impact or given extraordinary service to Bellbrook has the chance to be recognized. A list of these Honorees can be found here.

Friday’s nominees included:

Class of 2020: Casey Stevens Gill (1998) presented by Kelli Fromm, Martin Prather (1976) presented by Jeremy Hill, Christopher Stephens (1998) presented by Chris Long, Darcy Mascotti Whyte (2009) presented by Iris & Richard Black.

Class of 2021: Jack Crain (1969) presented by Ricardo Garcia, Scott Steele (1976) presented by Mark Sigman, Maureen Ahern Stover (1993) presented by Jenness Sigman.

To nominate a graduate or individual with outstanding service to the Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Schools and/or surrounding community, visit the webpage at http://www.sugarcreek.k12.oh.us. Go to BSEF tab under Programs to find the Hall of Fame nomination form. Deadline for the 2022 nominations is March 31, 2022.

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