The Dublin City Schools Alumni Association announced 12 inductees for its hall of fame this week.

The Dublin City Schools Alumni Association announced 12 inductees for its hall of fame this week.

They will be inducted during a March 13 ceremony at the Columbus Marriott Northwest, 5605 Blazer Parkway.

Hall of fame inductees for 2010 include:

Eugene Bulgozdy, retired Ashland Chemical engineer and vice president. According to a news release from the alumni association, Bulgozdy volunteered in Dublin City Schools for more than 20 years.

Lt. Col. James Camp, a 1985 Dublin High School graduate who was among the first responders in Washington, D.C., after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. Camp also flew more than 50 missions in the Iraq war.

Jeg Coughlin Jr., a 1988 Dublin High School graduate who has won the National Hot Rod Association world championship five times. According to the news release, Coughlin also has 66 "major wins" as a stock car racer and has won 57 national racing events.

Dublin Scioto High School track coach Kevin Foley, who has been with Dublin City Schools for more than 20 years. Foley has "developed numerous district, regional, state and national champions," the news release said.

Dublin Alumni Association founder and 1956 Dublin High School graduate Bill Grafflin. Grafflin is a lifelong educator who currently works for Urbana City Schools and is a member of the alumni association advisory committee.

Gymnastics program creator Barbara Headlee, who also is a 1947 Dublin High School graduate and was a physical education teacher with Dublin for 25 years. According to the release, Headlee led some of the district's first state champion athletes and incorporated horseback riding, canoeing and golf into the physical education curriculum.

Herbert W. Jones, a 1955 Dublin High School graduate and former Washington Township volunteer firefighter who taught for 35 years and is currently president of the Dublin Historical Society. Jones also created a partnership with the schools for a walking tour of Historic Dublin that is part of the elementary curriculum.

Henry Karrer, a 1923 Dublin High School graduate who became a doctor and delivered more than 1,100 babies during his nearly 30 years in practice. Karrer also served as the physician for Dublin High School sports teams throughout the 1940s, '50s and '60s. He completed all 12 grades in the district's 1919 building.

Former Dublin High School agriculture teacher Tom McNutt, who went on to serve as WCMH-TV's garden expert. McNutt also is a member of the Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame and the Ohio Agricultural Hall of Fame.

Ed Putnoky, who created the Shamrock Award that honors Dublin City Schools staff members for contributions to the district. According to the release, Putnoky has served on the award committee for the program and has missed one Golden Shamrock presentation in 20 years.

Jordan Rose, a 1989 Dublin High School graduate who founded Rose Law Group, one of the largest female-owned law firms in the western U.S. Rose also is involved in many charitable organizations and is a mentor, the release said.

Dublin Scioto athletics director Kip Witchey, who is a 1983 Dublin graduate. Witchey has led Scioto to numerous championships and was appointed to the 2012 Columbus bicentennial sports subcommittee by Mayor Michael Coleman.

The honorees will be inducted into the hall of fame at 7 p.m. March 13. The ceremony will include dinner and a silent art auction benefiting the Dublin Education Foundation.

Reservations can be made by calling Julie Datko at (614) 764-5913.