Seats are open on three Delaware city boards and commissions.

Seats are open on three Delaware city boards and commissions.

Applications are being accepted for appointment to an unexpired at-large term on the city planning commission.

The term begins immediately upon appointment and continues through Dec. 31, 2008, at which time the member will be appointed to a new three-year term.

Candidates for the seat must be Delaware city residents.

An unexpired seat is open on the board of zoning appeals.

The term begins immediately and runs through Nov. 30, 2010. Candidates must be Delaware city residents.

The parks and recreation advisory board has an open, unexpired seat for a fourth-ward resident. The term runs through Dec. 31, 2009. Applications for all three seats will be accepted until the seats are filled. A letter of interest and background information should be submitted to: City of Delaware, c/o Michele Kohler, 1 S. Sandusky St., Delaware 43015.

For more information, e-mail or call (740) 203-1010.

The 2009 Honda-Ohio State Math Medal winners for Delaware County have been named.

The medal recognizes the top mathematics student in each high school near Honda operations.

Seven county students are among 129 Ohio seniors who earned the award this year.

County winners and their schools are: John Clark, Big Walnut High School; John Schultz, Delaware Christian School; Stewart Carpenter, Hayes High School; Benjamin Bailey, Olentangy High School; Geoffrey Howard, Olentangy Liberty High School; Ian Coley, Village Academy; and John Lyons, Bishop Watterson High School.

Each medal winner is eligible to apply for a Honda-Ohio State Partnership scholarship at OSU's College of Engineering. Up to 12 $2,500 scholarships will be awarded to this year's Math Medal winners.

For more information about the Honda-Ohio State Partnership, visit http://elearn.eng.ohio-state. edu/honda.

Willow Mollenkopf, a sixth-grade student at Willis Intermediate School, won the local division of the Lions Club International Peace Poster Contest, sponsored by the Delaware Lions Club.

Mollenkopf's poster was among more than 375,000 entries submitted worldwide.

Judges selected Mollenkopf's entry on the basis of originality, artistic merit and portrayal of the contest theme, "Peace Begins with Me." Her poster will now advance to the district level, and could go on to the multiple district and international rounds of competition.

One grand prize winner and 23 merit award winners will be selected. The grand prize includes a cash award of $2,500 plus a trip for the winner and two family members to New York City for the Lions Day awards ceremony at the United Nations.

Merit award winners receive a certificate and a cash award of $500.

Locally, Mollenkopf was awarded $50 for her winning entry.

International grand prize and merit award winners can be viewed online at www.lions