Canadian Native Receives Awards at University of Mount Olive

MOUNT OLIVE- Sebastian Diebel of Nairn Center, Ontario, Canada was recognized as the recipient of the Most Promising Recreation and Leisure Studies Underclassman.   Diebel, a freshman exercise science major, is the son of Peter and Evelyn Diebel.
The Most Promising Recreation/Leisure Studies award is given by the RLS Alumni Scholarship fund to a sophomore or first year RLS major who demonstrates outstanding scholarship and service/leadership capabilities. The recipient must have completed at least 30 semester hours at University of Mount Olive, and at least 12 semester hours of RLS course work.
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