Portage Lakes Career Center Senior, Anthony Stock won the Richard J. Kaderly Citizenship Scholarship on May 25th. The awards ceremony was held at the Queen of Heaven church in Uniontown. Stock, who’s home school is Manchester High School, was selected from 30 applicants to win the $1,000 scholarship. Anthony demonstrated great leadership and community involvement during his time at the PLCC. We are excited for his future in the Film industry and wish him well in college.
The Kaderly Foundation is happy to announce Paul Dies as the winner of the Rick Kaderly Coaches Award for the 2015 Football season. Paul was selected by his coaches and the award was given out by Panther Paws. The Kaderly Foundations’ President, Rick Kaderly, awarded the plaque to Paul and announced that a $1,000 scholarship would be attached to this in addition to his name being added to the main plaque that sits in the Manchester High School trophy case. Paul, who was coached by Mr. Kaderly, Sr. in youth football, will be attending Ashland University in the fall. We wish him well and congratulate him in receiving this honor.
The Kaderly Foundation was happy to assist, first year D.A.R.E. Officer, Jason Tirbovich and the New Franklin Police Department with the 2016 D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program. Manchester Middle School 5th Graders received T-Shirts as a part of their graduation from D.A.R.E. on May 6th. The ceremony was held at Manchester Middle School with parents and teachers were invited to be on hand to show their support of the students.
The course is a 10 week class and is conducted during Social Studies classes each Friday. The class was started with the D.A.R.E. Box that was decorated by the students specifically for the question and answer period that started each session. Officer Tirbovich says that “they could ask whatever question they have about anything and it could be anonymous if they wanted.” The topics that were addressed each week were once that related directly to the students. Such as, Bullying, Risks, Good Behavior, How To Say No, Causes & Effects, and Good Citizenship. Classes were also included videos that related to the days topic.
To graduate the program, each participant had to complete a workbook and the assignments that were given throughout the 10 week course. They had to follow the D.A.R.E. guidelines and sign a contract saying that they will continue to follow those guidelines through their graduation of high school. Officer Tirbovich added, because they “sign a contract, if I ever have to deal with them in the future, I can pull out that contract.
Officer Tirbovich is in his 1st year teaching the class and is certified in K-4: Elementary and Middle School curricula. He became certified in September of 2015 by completing 80 hours of intensive training by Ohio’s accredited Training Center. That training was administered by the Peace Officers Training Academy in London, Ohio. D.A.R.E which is in 75% of the nation’s school districts and in more than 43 countries around the world was founded in 1983. The Kaderly Foundation would like to thank him and the Manchester Local Schools for their participation in the program.
The Kaderly Foundation is pleased to announce the winner of the 2016 Richard J. Kaderly Memorial Scholarship, Manchester High School Senior, Emily Lippincott. While reviewing applications each year, we look for someone who demonstrates the same principles that were important to Mr. Kaderly and feel that Emily is a great fit. She plans to attend Malone University in the Fall of 2016 on a path to become an Intervention Specialist. want to be able to help others “reach their potential and positively impact the world.”
Ms. Lippincott says that she wants to be able to help others “reach their potential and positively impact the world” and lives what she talks by tutoring at Nolley Elementary, she is a “Buddy” to Special Needs students, is a preschool & summer camp helper at her church, and recently went on a mission trip to Mexico. Emily was honored with two Minute Man awards during her time at Manchester and is active in Singers, Choir, Marching Band and various clubs. We think that Emily is just at the beginning of her journey to positively impact the world. Congratulations to her and wish her the best of luck in the future.
Chenoweth Golf Course welcomes back the 5th Annual Kaderly Classic on Friday July 22nd. This “Christmas In July” themed outing will be a 4 person scramble beginning with a shotgun start at 10:00am. with proceeds to benefit the Richard J. Kaderly Scholarship Fund. Soda, beer, and water will be provided throughout the day. Lunch will be served at the turn followed by a BBQ Ribs & Chicken buffet at the conclusion of play. The cost is $100 per golfer, which includes a “Thank You” gift and complimentary range balls before play.
This past years have sold out fast and with over $10,000 in prizes, hole contests, a skins game, a 50/50 raffle and much more, this year is expected to do the same. Hole sponsors and prize donations are still very much welcomed. For any questions, feel free to contact Rick at (330) 808-3755 or e-mail The Kaderly Foundation at email@example.com. Registration forms and payments are available online. To become a participant or sponsor, please click the link below. As always, we thank you for your support and look forward to having a great time!
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Heart to Heart Celebration:
February 13th @ 5:30 at Guys Party Centre
We would like to invite you and your Valentine to enjoy some of the best DUELING PIANO entertainment that you will find anywhere! The Kaderly Foundation is bring back two of the original Howl at the Moon-Cleveland performers for your entertainment at a new location. We are excited that his year Guys Party Centre on Waterloo Road will hold the event. It’s no long lines or missed reservations, just singing along to great music with close friends or the one you love. In the process you will be helping us assist the youth of the area through scholarships and community services. We look forward to singing along with you, there! (more…)
The 2015 Kaderly Classic will be Friday July 24th at Chenoweth Golf Course. We are excited about the move, this year and look forward to another great outing! The folks at Chenoweth have rolled out the red carpet, which allows us to make sure that all of our participants experience the same quality that they have become accustomed to with this event.
Proceeds for the 4th annual golf tournament will benefit the Richard J. Kaderly Scholarship Fund. This “Christmas In July” themed outing will be a 4 person scramble beginning with a shotgun start at 10:00am. Soda, beer, and water will be provided throughout the day. Lunch will be served at the turn followed by a BBQ buffet at the conclusion of play. The cost is $85 per golfer, which includes a “Thank You” gift and complimentary range balls before play. (more…)
A new logo has been announced for the MNK Project, a new division of The Kaderly Foundation. This logo mimics the star from the Kaderly Foundation logo, typing the new division to the Foundation. This new division honors the memory of a brave young Manchester girl, Megan Nicole Kasmar with a memorial scholarship for Manchester High School graduates.
The 2014 Kaderly Classic will be Friday July 25th at Raintree Country Club. Proceeds for the 3rd annual golf tournament will benefit the Richard J. Kaderly Scholarship Fund. This “Christmas In July” themed outing will be a 4 person scramble beginning with a shotgun start at 10:00am. Soda, beer, and water will be provided throughout the day. Lunch will be served at the turn followed by a BBQ buffet at the conclusion of play. The cost is $85 per golfer, which includes a “Thank You” gift and complimentary range balls before play. (more…)
The Manchester High School Softball teams played in a Knockout Breast Cancer double header on May 3rd. The Kaderly Foundation was happy to help provide the t-shirts for both the Varsity & JV teams as they raised awareness and money toward the cause. The special event was hosted by Wadsworth High School and played at Wadsworth and Jackson. The Lady Panthers split the day, beating the Lady Grizzlies and falling later to Medina. Good luck to the team as they move on to play in the OHSAA Regional round on May 28th at Massillon High School.