Soprano Elizabeth Miller, a senior at Thomas Worthington High School and the Linworth Alternative Program, will be performing a senior voice recital at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 31, at Worthington Presbyterian Church, 773 N. High St.

Soprano Elizabeth Miller, a senior at Thomas Worthington High School and the Linworth Alternative Program, will be performing a senior voice recital at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 31, at Worthington Presbyterian Church, 773 N. High St.

Miller is under the instruction of Christine Mortine.

She has performed in numerous production at TWHS, including "Oklahoma!," "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" and "Hello Dolly." She has also participated in Mortine Studio performances throughout the community.

Last summer, Miller was a student at the Interlochen Fine Arts Camp, where she studied musical theater and performed in a production of "Guys and Dolls."

Lucas Weiss, director of music at Gethsemane Church, will be the pianist. TWHS seniors Bryn Sowash and Emily Syring will join Miller on select numbers.

The recital is free of charge and all are welcome.

Approximately 40 members of the class of 2009 recently returned to Bluffsview Elementary School for a Senior Sendoff.

The alumni were treated to a video yearbook, scrapbooks and yearbooks of their time at Bluffsview. They also enjoyed "Mrs. Murnane cookies," which were baked by Mrs. Lininger, and are a longtime favorite of Bluffsview graduates.

Several former teachers returned for the event, including retired teachers Karen Groff, Marty Schwarz, Susan Wade, Nancy Olila, Connie Ball, Barb Limerich and Fran Middaugh.

Bishop Watterson High School recently honored students who earned a 4.0 or higher grade-point average for each quarter of the school year at the annual "Top 4.0" banquet.

Worthington residents recognized at the banquet were Katherine Damo, Maria Damo, Elise Fiala, Elizabeth George, Michael Pomeroy, Maria Ricaurte and Alexandria Speakman.