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  • Emily Koelsch Rebori ’97

    2020 and 2021 has been a busy year! Luckily, COVID has not been as terrible for kids as we first thought it would be. As a pediatrician, we are trying to keep our kids safe while still providing regular care. My office colleagues and I also recently signed up to be a clinic site for residents from Westchester Medical Center/MFCH where I did my residency. We will be educating the next generation of pediatricians! In my spare time, I am the vice president of the Board of Directors for the Child care Council of Westchester, an organization that advocates for high-quality, safe, and affordable child care and helps pair families with the child care they need. It is very rewarding work! Stay well, wear a mask, and get vaccinated, Emily.
  • Jangus Whitner ’10

    Jangus doing his part to help with vaccines. He was interviewed in Columbus, OH for extra vaccines.
    Providers double-check lists to maximize vaccinations and prevent waste.
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    Drive-through Vaccinations 
    State of Ohio Governor DeWine full news conference addressing coronavirus in Ohio 01/26/2021
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    Interested in the MYTHS vs. REALITIES of COVID19 Vaccines? Watch yesterday's Livestream of a Panel Jangus joined with Dr. Mysheika Roberts (Health Commissioner, Columbus Public Health) and Dr. Leslie Mathew (Chair of Healthcare Admin. Program, Franklin Univ.). Great discussion! 
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  • Harrison Heard ’14

    Harrison Heard is a Tenor, Voice Teacher, and Photographer based in the Princeton, New Jersey Area.

    Harrison was born in Sacramento, California, but was raised with his brother, Oliver, in many different states by my British parents, Sandra and Alex. We lived in California, Texas, Massachusetts, Ohio, and a little bit of time in Ireland. Harrison has always been drawn to art and filled with an anxious desire to create. As a child, this manifested itself as drawing and creating imaginary worlds and characters. To this day he still enjoys drawing and painting in my free time. When he was sixteen he started singing for the first time and fell in love with it.
    Before Harrison attended the Interlochen Arts Academy for his last two years of high school where he studied singing with John Bragle, he attended Maumee Valley Country Day School. It was an incredible time of my life where Harrison was surrounded for the first time by other creative types of people in the middle of the woods of Northern Michigan.
    For his undergraduate education, he attended Oberlin Conservatory, where he studied with Daune Mahy for his first two years and Salvatore Champagne for his final two. Harrison graduated in May of 2018 with a B.M in Vocal Performance.
    Harrison attended Westminster Choir College for his Master’s education, where he studied with Christopher Arneson. Harrison graduated in May of 2020 with an M.M with Distinction in Vocal Pedagogy and Performance.
    He currently lives in the Princeton area of New Jersey and continues to study voice with Christopher Arneson.

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Maumee Valley Country Day School is the only age 3 - 12th grade accredited, co-educational, independent school in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan.