Elizabeth H. Flick of Clintonville ws inducted into the Ohio Women's Hall of Fame on Aug. 25.

Elizabeth H. Flick of Clintonville ws inducted into the Ohio Women's Hall of Fame on Aug. 25.

She was recognized for her contributions to community and military service.

In 1973, Flick began volunteering with the Ohio Chapter of MIA/POW. She was elected state coordinator in 1984, and later became regional coordinator for the National League of POW/MIA Families. She still holds both positions today.

Flick initiated the first Adopt-a-School program in Ohio at Ridgeview Middle School.

She's volunteered as a tutor, and served as co-president of the Marburn PTA, in addition to numerous other volunteer activities with local schools.

Flick is on the boards of the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame Foundation and the USO of Central and Southern Ohio. She has received several awards for her work with POW and MIA families, including the National League of POW/MIA Families' Distinguished Service Award. Only six individuals have earned this award.