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Have you ever seen the handful of houses in the Rye Beach neighborhood that are constructed using a strange-looking, porous rock and wondered what exactly it was? The rock is called tufa. Tufa is a porous rock formed by the deposition of calcium carbonate from supersaturated water. According to Mike Angle, a geologist with the Ohio Division of Geological Survey, tufa and its sister, marl, are “a bit of an enigma for geologists to classify.” These rocks differ from all other bedrocks in Ohio because, unlike limestone and other bedrocks that are millions of years old, they are still being formed. Tufa, a soft, volcanic-looking rock that ages and hardens in the sun, is essentially a porous deposit of calcium carbonate. “It will form anywhere where ground water is super-saturated with calcium carbonate” states retired Ohio geologist, Nate Fuller. When the precipitation of the calcium carbonate occurs underground, marl is formed. When it precipitates out above ground, tufa is formed. Upon settling, the carbonate encrusts those objects with which it comes in contact. Large deposits of tufa and marl are fairly rare and not very widespread; yet, small quantities of tufa rock can be found throughout western and northern Ohio. Deposits of tufa and marl are associated with areas containing caves or caverns and/or seeps or springs along relatively steep slopes and valleys. In Ohio, the largest deposits of tufa were traditionally found at White’s Landing, the Resthaven Wildlife area just northeast of

Castalia, and the area around Miller’s Blue Landing and other areas, including Huron’s Hole, all in Erie County near Sandusky Bay. Rye Beach neighborhood and the Catawba In all areas where it occurs, the majority of Cliffs neighborhood, the tufa/marl was used

the tufa and marl has been mined. At Resthaven, the largest deposit in the state, tufa/ marl initially covered an area of about 3,500 acres and averaged six feet deep. This area was mined extensively in the early 1900s by the Portland Cement Company of Sandusky for use in their cement products. At White’s

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EHOVE’s got talent It’s clear that EHOVE students have talent. About a dozen students found the courage to perform at the school’s Talent Show in front of their fellow classmates on February 17. There was something for everyone with jazz and hip hop dance performers and singers performing country and pop songs. Before the show, EHOVE staff and teachers put on a fun skit that warmed up the audience. EHOVE Forensics student Haley Olds (Monroeville High School) rocked the crowd with EHOVE Talent her first place singing perfor- Show First Place mance. Auto Tech student Shan- winner-Forennon Murphy (Perkins High sics student HalSchool) took second place with ey Olds (Monrohis guitar-playing and singing eville H.S.) performance, while Teacher Academy student Claire Woodburn (Huron High School) song and piano playing gave her the third place prize. While awaiting the results, the students were entertained with a surprise EHOVE Talent Show appearance by The Blues Second Place Win- Brothers (actually instrucner-Auto Tech stu- tors Chef Michael Edwards dent Shannon Mur- and Social Studies teacher Ed Sennish) who danced phy (Perkins H.S.) through the aisles teasing students with Super Soakers. But the crowd went wild when they got to vote for one of three blindfolded participants to get a pie in the face. Principal Rod Smith received the most votes and earned plenty of cheers as The Blues Brothers smashed the pie in his face. Videos of all the performances can be seen on EHOVE’s YouTube channel at EHOVEworks. Plenty of photos can also be found EHOVE Talent Show at EHOVE’s Facebook Third Place WinnerAcademy page at www.facebook. Teacher student Claire Woodcom/EHOVEworks. burn (Huron H.S.)

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The Huron community is cordially invited to help the Board of Trustees of the Huron Public Library and the Friends of the Huron Public Library formally welcome our new library di-

rector, Daniel Slife. A reception will be held at the Huron Public Library on Saturday, March 19 from 10:00 AM until 12:00 PM. Light refreshments will be served.

Huron Residents Must File Income Tax with R.I.T.A. The City of Huron has contracted with the Regional Income Tax Agency (R.I.T.A.) to begin collecting the municipal income tax, effective December 1, 2010. All Huron residents should have received an Individual Municipal Income Tax Return Form 37 in the mail this January in order to accommodate submission for the April 18, 2011 filing date. Replacement forms can be obtained at the Tax Office in City Hall, the Huron Public Library, or on-line at www. On August 10, 2010 Huron City Council adopted Ordinance No. 2010-29 authorizing R.I.T.A. to provide income tax processing for City Income Tax Returns. The nonprofit governmental agency offers residents and businesses free e-filing and payment, customer service support by phone, round the clock on-line support and a downloadable Auto-Calculate Form that assists with the tax preparation process. At minimum, the only change a Huron taxpayer may notice will be the location in which the tax returns are processed. If mailing a return, the proper address must be used. Tax returns are no longer accepted at the Finance & Tax Department in City Hall. Payments must be mailed to: Regional Income Tax Agency, PO Box 6600, Cleve-




primarily in the construction of homes, most of which were constructed during the 1920s and 1930s. Today, tufa is used widely in rock gardens around the world and provides a perfect substrate upon which to grow plants including Dianthus, Hosta, and Phlox.



land, Ohio 44101-2004 Returns must be mailed to: Regional Income Tax Agency, PO Box 94801, Cleveland, Ohio 44101-4801 R.I.T.A. provides services to collect income tax for 185 municipalities throughout the State of Ohio. Working with the agency will ensure the city is current on all tax law and allow an internal focus shift to day to day operational improvement while the agency handles support to tax filing and taxpayer support. This action is in line with the Council’s adopted strategic plan, specifically the following goal statements: 1.) An established superior quality of life for citizens and visitors 2.) The provision of financial security and clear accountability 3.) The incorporation of deliberative regional partnership As stated on its website, R.I.T.A.’s mission “is to provide member communities with high quality, cost effective municipal services. We strive to service member municipalities with integrity and their taxpayers in a professional, courteous, and responsive manner.” The Finance & Tax Department in City Hall is available for general questions; please feel free to contact them at 419-4335000 x 3.






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Around Town Reading Series The Firelands Writing Center have announced that John Burroughs of Elyria will be the featured reader at their 2 pm March 12th Reading Series. The readings are at Mr. Smith’s Coffeehouse, 140 Columbus Ave., Sandusky. John Burroughs, describes himself as “a Buddho-Taoist poet, playwright, composer, and seeker from Elyria, Ohio.� His works have appeared in dozens of print

and online publications, ten of his musical stage-plays were commissioned by the State of Ohio to be performed by prisoners as community service. Founder of the Crisis Chronicles Press and Online Library, John co-hosts the Lix and Kix Poetry Extravaganza in Lakewood, Ohio. An Open-Mic session will follow the featured reading. Hosts will be Dan and Adam Murphy.

“Lost Boy� to Host Rebuilding Hope Screening Huron, Ohio – On March 15, Bowling Green State University Firelands College will host filmmaker Jen Marlowe as she screens segments of her 2009 documentary film Rebuilding Hope. Marlowe will be joined by one of the subjects of the film “Lost Boy� Garang Mayuol. As a young child, Mayuol and thousands of other boys fled their villages in South Sudan due to civil war. Eventually resettled in the US, they affectionately become known as “The Lost Boys.� In 2007, Mayuol and two of his fellow “Lost Boys,� now in their twenties, embarked on a journey back to Sudan to discover whether their homes and families had survived, what the current situation was in South Sudan, and how they can help their community rebuild after devastating civil war. Rebuilding Hope documents this journey and is a powerful record of the young men’s quest to rediscover and contribute to their homeland; it also sheds light on what the future holds for South Sudan in its precari-

ous struggle for peace, development, and stability. All proceeds from the film have supported the health care and education projects initiated by the three young men the film features. Marlowe is a Seattle-based author/documentary filmmaker/playwright and human rights advocate who first discovered her passion for working with children through her career in youth theater. In 2004, Marlowe traveled to Northern Darfur and Eastern Chad to make the award-winning documentary film Darfur Diaries: Message from Home and wrote the accompanying book Darfur Diaries: Stories of Survival. Darfur Diaries was included in the 2007 edition of the Best American NonRequired Reading. Marlowe and Mayuol will be at BGSU Firelands on March 15 from1 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. and from 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. in the Cedar Point Center Auditorium. The events are free and open to the public.

Anytime Fitness Celebrates! Anytime Fitness is celebrating one million members worldwide! Over the course of 2011 Anytime Fitness and Anytime Health will be giving away $1,000,000.00. Local FIT Challenge Contestant Troy Keegan was nominated for a Feel Like a Million award and he won $1000.00 by sharing his inspiring story. Troy intends to use some his winnings to help out someone that can’t af- KEEGAN ford a gym membership. Congratulations to Troy on his inspiring story and dedication to helping out those less fortunate. Anytime Fitness will continue it’s Feel Like a Million campaign throughout the year. If you’d like to get in on the excitement, here are some ways you can join the fun! • Have a knack for capturing life’s unique moments on camera? Then you need to visit the Fun Contests page. You could win $500 just for showing us the coolest place you’ve worn your Anytime Fitness gear. Or,

show off your toned physique by entering such contests as best abs or biceps, your hard work will not go unnoticed! • Do you have a passion for fitness as well as great business sense? If so, you might be awarded the opportunity to run your own Anytime Fitness club. A prize valued at $25,000. • Have you contributed to your community in a positive way? Someone might be inspired by your good deeds and nominate you to win $1,000. Spend it as you wish, or forward it on to someone else in need. • Has Anytime Fitness changed your life for the better? If yes, we want to hear your success story! During 2011, we will choose 4 individuals who have transformed their lives through exercise and nutrition and honor them with special recognition! Watch for details on how to enter. Free Anytime Fitness memberships will be given out all across the country to those individuals who offer a compelling reason for improving their health, but have been unable to do so for one reason or another. Clubs will begin accepting applications on May 1 to commemorate the start of National Physical Fitness Month.


Check those Boat Registrations include the expiration date. Ohio Revised Code Section 1545.57 is the section that deals with the placement of these stickers or tags as well as the placement of identiThis is a reminder to fication numbers on the hull of the boat all boat owners that it near the tags. Please review these sections is time to check your and the Ohio Department of Natural Reboat registration to see source’s (ODNR) website at www.dnr.state. if it expires on March 1 for more information. ODNR usuof this year. Boat regally sends reminders to boat owners when istrations are good for a registration is about to expire; however, three (3) years and exit is the owner’s responsibility to make sure pire on March 1 of the that any boat is properly registered. Ohio final year. All boats law has determined that a violation of these need to be registered in Ohio, including canoes, kayaks and in- registration laws is considered a minor misflatables with two (2) or more cells. Ohio demeanor. Revised Code Section 1545.54 is the statute Articles appearing in this column are inthat covers boat registration. Ohio law also requires boat owners to place two (2) tags tended to provide broad, general information on each of their boats indicating the ex- about the law. Before applying this informapiration date. These tags are the familiar tion to a specific legal problem, readers are colored stickers of the State of Ohio that urged to seek advice from an attorney BY JUDGE BILL STEUK, HURON MUNICIPAL COURT

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Firelands Regional Medical Center will be hosting sessions of Stork Express on the following days during the month of March: Saturday, March 12 from 9 – 11 am Saturday, March 26 from 9 – 11 am All sessions will be held at Firelands Main Campus, 1111 Hayes Avenue, Sandusky. Stork Express is a free program designed to give pregnant women the opportunity to start on paperwork that is required during their hospital stay. During the program, each participant will review and sign the necessary paperwork, watch the required safety video and take a tour of the OB Department. Stork Express helps to cut down on the amount of paperwork during admission, allowing the focus to be on the birthing process. It also provides mom-to-be and her spouse/ support person the opportunity to meet a nurse from the OB Department and ask any question that may be lingering as their exciting day approaches. Any mom-to-be that is at least 34 weeks into her pregnancy is welcome to attend. A spouse/ support person is also welcome and is encouraged to participate. The Foundation for Firelands provides funding to make this program possible. To register for a session of Stork Express, please call 419-557-7840.


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Milestones OBITUARIES Trisha Lee (O’Hara) McCallister Feb. 19, 1965-March 4, 2011

Ms. Trisha Lee (O’Hara) McCallister, 46, of Plano, Texas passed away Friday, March 4, 2011. She was born in Sandusky February 19, 1965, to Ernest and Phyllis (Smith) O’Hara. She grew up in Huron. In 1987, she graduated from Bowling Green State University and later attained her CPA license. She married Steve McCallister Sept. 21, 1996. She was highly involved in her daughters’ activities and loved outdoor recreation. Trisha began her work career at Armstrong Air Conditioning in Bellevue in 1989. In 1991she moved to Texas and took a position as accounting analyst with Lennox Industries. She held various positions and moved up the corporate ladder. This led to a promotion and move to Grenada, Miss. to become controller of ADP. In 2008, she and her family returned to Texas where she held her most recent role as director, financial planning and analysis for Lennox Residential Business Unit. Trisha is survived by her husband, Steve and children, Katherine Marie and Sara Ann, all of Plano; parents, Ernest and Phyllis O’Hara of Indiana, Pa.; sister, Trudi (Jon) Baaske and their children, Kennedy, Andrew, and Brynn of Huron; sister Leslie O’Hara and her son, Fredric of Pensacola, Fla.; sister Susan O’Hara and her daughter, Emily of Pensacola; and a host of other loving family and friends. She was preceded in death by grandparents Ernest and Jean O’Hara and Cecile and Floyd Smith. Visitation was

ANNIVERSARY Richard and Joyce Scaife celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on March 5, 2011. On this date in 1961, Joyce Ann Brown, daughter of Edd and Edna Brown, united in


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6-8 p.m. Monday, March 7, 2011 in Turrentine-JacksonMorrow/Ridgeview Memorial Park, Allen, Texas. With a service following at noon, Tuesday, March 8, 2011, in Custer Road United Methodist Church, 6601 Custer Road, Plano with Associate Minister Tim Morrison officiating.

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Concetta (Rosati) Macioce Sept. 11, 1920-March 6, 2011

Concetta (Rosati) Macioce, 90, of Huron died Sunday, March 6, 2011, in Stein Hospice Care Center, Sandusky. She was born Sept.11, 1920, in Alvito, Italy and came to the United States July 18, 1949. She was a member of St. Peter Catholic Church, Huron and enjoyed cooking, sewing, and her family. She is survived by two daughters, Anna (John) Miller of Monroeville and Tina Macioce of Huron; a son, Thomas Macioce of Huron; four grandchildren, Regina, Shelley, and Theresa Miller all of Norwalk, and Daniel (Kelly) Miller of Huron; and a brother, Pietro Rosati of The Villages, Fla. She was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Macioce in 1986. Visitation was Wednesday, March 9, 2011, between the hours of 6 and 9 pm in Foster Funeral Home, 410 Main St., Huron. Funeral Mass will be at 1 p.m. Thursday, March 10, 2011, in St. Peter Catholic Church, 430 Main St., Huron with the Rev. Jeffery Sikorski officiating. Burial will be in Meadow Green Memorial Park, Huron. Contributions may be made to Stein Hospice Services, 1200 Sycamore Line, Sandusky OH 44870 or to St. Peter Catholic Church, Huron. Condolences may be shared at

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ball and was head golf coach for the high school golf team. Richard retired in 2000 and continues to golf in a men’s golf league. Joyce became an ultimate sales person for various direct and retail sales companies over the past 30 years. This included jewelry, cosmetics, and candles. Joyce retired in 2006. The couple enjoys spending time with their family, traveling and going to Florida during the winter months. The couple spent their anniversary having dinner in Cleveland and enjoyed the evening in the Hyatt Regency Arcade. They were provided the royal treatment as a surprise, compliments of their two children (LeAt H&R Block, we believe you should never have to settle for anything less than the best tax anne Scaife-Tank of Curtis, preparation. That’s why we require our tax professionals to take more than 84 hours of specialty OH and Cheri Scaife of Cotax training. And then require them to pass hours of continuing education on all of the tax law changes each year. So you can feel confident you’re claiming every credit you can and taking lumbus, OH) and grandadvantage of every deduction you have coming. daughter (Samantha Tank). Never settle for less.§ The family welcomed them home with a family dinner Call or visit us now. and specialty cake to | 800-HRBLOCK ebrate this extraordinary occasion. ©2010 HRB Tax Group, Inc. Congratulations on 50 ¶If you discover an H&R Block error on your return that entitles you to a smaller tax liability, we’ll refund years of marriage! the tax prep fee for that return. Refund claims must be made during the calendar year in which the


marriage to Richard Lee Scaife, son of Albert and Millie Scaife, by the Rev. Lew Johnston in the First Methodist Church in Kittanning, PA. The couple met in school in their home town of Kittanning, PA. They found their way to Vermilion and Huron, Ohio to raise their family. Richard joined the Vermilion school system as a science teacher for 7th and 8th grade students. Over his 35 years of teaching, he also coached basketball, foot-

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On Sunday, March 27th, at 3:00 p.m., the First Presbyterian Church in Huron, 225 Williams Street, will host a poetry/prose reading on the topic of “Spring.” Huron’s Poet Laureate, Rob Smith, will read and be joined by community poets Jerry Bauer and Bob Reynolds. Presbyterian writers Gwen and David Aber, Wilma Daugherty,

Services Directory Christ Episcopal Church 120 Ohio St., Huron 419-433-4701 Sunday 9a.m. and Adult Sunday School 10:30a.m. First Presbyterian Church 225 Williams St., Huron 419-433-5018 8:30a.m. Quiet Service with Communion 9:30a.m. Christian Learning for Adults and older children 10:45a.m. Reformed Service, and Sunday School for children. Nursery provided. Grace Orthodox Presbyterian Church Kalahari Resort, Nia Convention Center, Rt. 250, Huron 419-271-3934 Worship Sunday 6:00 p.m. Holy Trinity Anglican Church 1608 St. Rt. 113, Milan; 419-499-3683 Rev. Dr. John C. Jordan Worship and Holy Communion Sunday, 10:30a.m.

Eileen Wikel, Casey Wittmer, and Ron Ruble will also read. A stringed trio of Janis Brewer, Joanna Phillips, and Kimberly Ryu will perform. The program will be held in the Fellowship Hall. Refreshments will be provided. The event is sponsored by the Nurture and Mission Committee. Think Spring! Come and enjoy! Bring a friend!

Latitude group ages 18-29 Lake Erie Family Church Thursdays, 7p.m. Now Meeting at Great Lakes Country Club The Church of Jesus 1023 South, Main, Huron Christ of Latter Day Saints 419-775-6334 4511 Galloway Rd., Huron 419-626-9860 Worship Sunday 10am Bishop: Bill Reel Pastors Joe & Helen Sprowl Sacrament service Lighthouse Assembly of 9:30a.m. Sundays Family History Center Wed. God Church 820 Cleveland Rd. E., Huron 10 am-2pm, Thur. 9am-9pm, 1st & 3rd Sat. 9am-5pm 419-433-8889 Sunday service 10:30a.m. Zion Lutheran Church 930 Main St., Huron Sunday school 9:30a.m. Adult Bible Study 6p.m. 419-433-4711 Sunday 8:00am Sundays TradiYouth Group 6p.m. Sunday Food Pantry 9a.m.-3p.m. tional worship service Wednesdays & 10a.m.9:15am Sundays Family 2p.m. Thursdays friendly contemporary worSalvation Army Service Unit ship service with Sunday 10:30 a.m.-1:30p.m. Thursdays, School for children and teens by appointment only. 10:30am Sundays Traditional worship service St. Matthew Evangelical Lutheran Church 15617 Mason Rd., Vermilion Rev. Dr. Karl Fry, Pastor 440-967-9886 www.luther ansonline. com/stmattvermlcms Sunday School/ Bible Study 9:30 Ladies Bible Fellowship 9:15 Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.


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Chess Class at the Huron Public Library will be Saturday, March 19 from 10 AM - 12:30 PM. Players of all ages are encouraged to learn this challenging game or improve their skills. Please call 419-433-5009 or register online at

330 North Street Huron, OH 44839 Phone 419-433-4848 Teen Library Council members read at the 2nd Annual Read-A-Thon held Friday, March 4

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Second Thursday Seminar at the Huron Public Library will be on Thursday, March 10 from 6:30 - 8 PM. The presentation, “The Huron Playhouse: Past, Present and Future,� will be given by Jann and Frank Glann. Learn about behind-the-scenes happenings at the Huron Playhouse as the Glanns tell tales that bring the Playhouse to life. No registration required.

Huron Public Library’s 2011 Spring Storytimes run from March 15 through April 20. Lapsit, for children up to 2 ½ years with caregiver, will be held on Tuesdays at 10:15 AM and Wednesdays at 11:00 AM. No registration required. Toddler Time, for children 2 ½ - 3 ½ years with caregiver, meets on Tuesdays at 11:00 AM and Wednesdays 10:15 AM. No registration required. Storytime, for children 3 ½ - 5 years on their own, will be held on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 1:30 PM. No registration required.

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The Book Exchange at the Huron Public Library will meet on Thursday, March 17 at 6:30 PM. The Man Who Loved China by Simon Winchester is the extraordinary story of Joseph Needham, the brilliant Cambridge scientist who unlocked the most closely held secrets of China. Order your copy today online at, email or call 419-433-5009.



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The Teen Library Council at the Huron Public Library Computer Classes will meet at Border’s bookstore in Sandusky on Saturday, On Monday, April 4, Wednesday, April 6, and Friday, March 12 from 10:30- 11:30 AM. This is a special book April 8 from 2 - 4 PM, hands-on instruction will be ofbuying trip to add to the library’s young adult/teen collec- fered for adult beginners. Each class focuses on different tion. For more information, call 419-433-5009. aspects of computer use: Class I- Computer Basics, Class II- Internet, and Class III - Email. Attendees are encouraged to attend all sessions. The classes are free, but space Mystery Book Group is limited. Register online at, or call Mystery Book Group at the Huron Public Library will 419-433-5009. meet on Wednesday, March 16 at 7:00 PM. The Big Sleep by Raymond Chandler will be the discussion book. Published in 1939, when Raymond Chandler was 50, this is the Did you know... first Philip Marlowe novel. Chandler has been called one of Did you know that the Huron Public Library carries “Bookthe best writers of hardboiled PI stories. Join us to find out Page,� a publication reviewing upcoming books? Compliwhy. Order your copy today online at www.huronlibrary. mentary issues are provided by the Friends of the Library org, email or call 419-433-5009. and there is a copy to borrow, located in the magazine area.

Parks & Rec Huron Parks and Recreation Office location: 110 Wall Street Mailing address: 417 Main St. Phone: 419-433-8487 Fax: 419-433-0470 Email: Website:

Registration All Huron Parks and Recreation Programs require PreRegistration unless otherwise noted. Registration forms are available on the website or at our office. Please sign up early to avoid cancellation of programs due to low enrollment! Call our office for information or visit our website for details on programs.

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny Saturday, April 16th The Huron Lions Club will be serving their annual all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast at the Huron Presbyterian Church from 8:00am-12:00pm. Afterwards, walk over to the Huron Boat Basin for a FREE magic show by Greg Carson beginning at noon, followed by our FREE Easter egg hunt at 1:00pm. Kids, don’t forget to bring your baskets! Parents, don’t forget to bring your cameras! Blinky and the Easter Bunny will be making appearances at both. Please help the Easter Bunny bring joy to those around us by donating a non-perishable food item. Donations can be brought to the magic show or the egg hunt.

Safety Town 2011 What is Safety Town? This is one of the most important educational programs for young children who will be entering Kindergarten in the fall. This 2-week (Monday-Thursday, Monday-Thursday) program is a planned curriculum program incorporating classroom activities to familiarize children with the school setting. Safety Town allows children entering Kindergarten to learn safe ways to approach school and everyday situations. The children are taught the basics of fire, water, traffic, and playground safety, as well as poison control, bus behavior and seatbelt importance. Huron Parks


and Recreation is fortunate to have help from The Huron Fire & Police Departments, Erie Metroparks, Erie County Environmental Services, Ohio State Highway Patrol, Sandusky Power Squadron/Coastie, and Huron City Schools, who help make this program so successful. In addition, we have outstanding Teachers and Safety Town Teen Counselors who create a wonderful, fun and creative environment for our participants. Last but certainly not least, Huron Parks and Recreation has been fortunate to have the support of many local business who help with sponsorship and/or donations toward our daily snacks/supplies. More on these great community partners to follow in future articles. This year Safety Town will take place from June 13-23 (Mondays-Thursdays) at Shawnee Elementary School. Thursday, June 23rd is Graduation Day‌ students and parents attend for a Graduation Ceremony/Party! The registration fee is $35 for Residents and $40 for Non-Residents, the deadline for registration is May 13, 2011. Safety Town Registration Forms are available on our website or at the office. How do I become a Safety Town Counselor? Safety Town Counselors are one of the most important parts in running a successful program. Each year we have between 40-50 counselors who donate their time daily. The typical age of a Safety Town counselor is between 6th and 9th grades. We do have some older, experienced Safety Town counselors who are in 10th, 11th and 12th grade. Safety Town Counselors must have completed 6th grade before Safety Town begins. These counselors are vital in the day-to-day operations of Safety Town. Each counselor is assigned to a classroom or help on the blacktop outside. More importantly, a Safety Town Counselor is responsible for bringing excitement and energy to the participants. Many children in Safety Town are nervous the first day and it is the role of the counselor to make sure they feel comfortable. Most importantly, they make sure the kids are safe and have fun. Safety Town is a great way to help your community and gain Community Service Hours toward your Diploma of Distinction. You must bring the required paperwork from your high school guidance counselor to the counselor meeting prior to the start of Safety Town. Forms will be completed after completion of Safety Town and you will be contacted to pick up these forms when ready. If this sounds like something you would be interested in, you will need to complete and return a “New Counselor Application Packetâ€? which can be found on our website or pick one up from the office. The deadline for submitting an application is Friday, April 1st, 2011.

Aerobics classes with Monica Studans This is the class you have been waiting for! A complete and effective workout for all fitness levels! Work out at your own pace with 40 min. of easy, fun and fat-burning Latin infused dance and “Tae-Bo Style� kick-boxing moves. One class per week combines weights with cardio for the ultimate in fatburning! Tone and strengthen your arms, legs and abs using weights and resistance. Relieve stress with a relaxing stretch! Please bring a mat, water and two 2-5 lb. hand-held weights to feel energized and fantastic. Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00pm-7:00pm @ Woodlands Intermediate Spring -- April 5 - May 12 (no classes April 26, 28) Cost: Residents $45/Non-Residents $50 Registration forms available online.

Cards at the Boat Basin Tuesdays & Thursdays the boat basin building is open from 9:30am-12:00 noon for cards. If you are looking for something to do this winter and you enjoy playing cards, this is the group for you. We have offered this program since 2002 and are always looking for new people who are interested in playing. The program is free to the public and we offer hot chocolate and coffee while you play. Tuesdays- Euchre. Thursdays- Pinochle.


Passes are available now for the 2011 season! Applications are available on our website or stop by the office. The Nickel Plate Season Parking Pass entitles the registered holder the ability to park one (1) licensed vehicle at Nickel Plate Beach during beach hours (dawn to dusk) throughout the season (Memorial Day to Labor Day). The cost for a season pass is $20 Residents and $30 for Non-Residents.

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Schools Local Educators + EHOVE = Top 21 EHOVE Career Center will once again host a free Teaching with Technology workshop on Saturday, March 12. Local educators are invited to attend the workshop and register online for up to three of the one hour sessions. Workshops include: • One-on-one help with SmartBoards • One-on-one help with PowerPoint Games (bring a flash drive and we will give you a bunch of game templates) • One-on-one help finding lessons online (bring a flash drive to save the downloaded lessons) • iPads in the classroom • SmartBoard for Primary Math • Beyond Google • Creating Brain-Friendly Lesson 101 • Creating Brain-Friendly Lesson 102 • Quick Videos (This hands on workshop will explain how quick videos can work in the classroom and participants will receive guided instruction as they create a quick video.) Bring a flash drive to save your video. Full descriptions and online registration is available at

OGT Testing and Bell Schedule All 9th and 10th graders should report to their designated testing areas by 7:25am. Monday, March 14 (Reading OGT) Tuesday, March 15 (Math OGT) Wednesday, March 16 (Writing OGT) Thursday, March 17 (Science OGT) Friday, March 18 (Social Studies OGT) Building opens at 9:20 am for all 11th and 12th graders. Classes begin at 9:34 am. 1st period 9:34 am – 10:04 am 2nd period 10:08 am – 10:38 am 3rd period 10:42 am – 11:12 am 4A lunch 11:12 am – 11:42 am 4B lunch 11:42 am – 12:12 pm 4C lunch 12:12 pm – 12:42 pm 5th period 12:46 pm – 1:16 pm 6th period 1:20 pm – 1:50 pm 7th period 1:54 pm – 2:30 pm

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Mrs. Louise Hoty’s Second Grade students are being instructed on how to wear pedometers and the importance of daily exercise by LCCC Nursing Students. The second grade students in Mrs. Louise Hoty’s class recently studied the importance of exercise, eating healthy and burning calories. Nursing Students from Lorain County Community College introduced the students to a “pedometer program” which increased their awareness to the number of steps they took daily. The students were asked to set personal goals over the course of the 15 day program. The students wore the pedometers while in school to track the number of steps they took. While wearing the pedometers the students were continually reminded of the importance of exercising and found themselves to be a little more energetic. Milestones were set and recorded as the students tallied their totals. Geographic locations, such as, Vermilion, Lorain, Sheffield Lake and even Cleveland were charted as the

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class totals exceeded the distance of the locations. The total number of miles at the end of the 15 days exceeded 200 miles for the second graders, almost across the entire state of Ohio. Danny Boys Italian Eatery helped the students celebrate their success by treating them to Chicago-style pizza at the end of the program. In addition, the students received a treat bag filled with nutritional snacks and a pedometer of their own to continue to wear to encourage their exercise habits. The program was introduced to the second graders by Nursing Students, Colleen Witter, Ashley Koch, Tammy Graham and Laquita Moye from Lorain County Community College. The program acted as their Service Learning Project prior to their graduation in May.

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Sports Sectional Champs! The Mens varsity basketball squad advanced to Districts this past week by holding off two solid opponents in Woodmore and Margaretta at Norwalk High School. In the opening round of the state playoffs, the Tigers held off a late charge by the Wildcats to win, 61-57. Over the weekend, Huron faced Margaretta for third time this year and prevailed once again, 44-41. PSUIPEPOUJDT|XIJUFOJOH|EFOUVSFT| implants | root canals |TVSHFSZ| crowns |JOWJTBMJHO

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The Woodmore Wildcats looked completely overmatched during the opening quarter against the young Tigers. Huron played fast and loose, opening with a 10-2 run, capped off by a three from Jake Justus. As dominant as the offense looked, guard Cody Thompson wreaked havoc with the Wildcat guards as well. Towards the end of the period, Woodmore did find their outside shooting stroke and closed the gap 16-10. But Huron’s defense continued its stingy play through out the remainder of the half, allowing the Wildcats just seven second quarter points. Kyle Pisano came in off the Huron bench and provided some first half offensive punch to go along with Justus’ three three pointers. At the break, the Tigers led 29-17. The Wildcats opened the second half with a 9-3 run which was ended by two Thompson steals and fast break buckets. Huron took time out. Then, Aaron Casey scored followed by a Brian Bollenbacher dash to the hole after another Thompson tip away. Bollenbacher hit another field goal to give his team a 42-26. Here, with just two minutes left in the third period, the game’s momentum began to change. With 7:40 left in the contest, the Wildcats had knocked the Tigers’ 16 point lead down to nine. Huron was committing numerous fouls that were stopping the clock and allowing Woodmore scoring opportunities. Meanwhile, the Tigers looked tentative while executing their offense. With four minutes left to play, the Huron lead was down to five points. Then, down to four at the 2:20 mark following a Wildcat three. Two free throws later, it was down to two points. Then, with 1:53 left, and the Tigers desperately clinging to a one point difference, senior Brian Bollenbacher took the point, and aggressively initiated the action on offense. He drew fouls, then converted 8 of 9 free throws late in the game to seal the victory. He finished with 19 points while Thompson put in eleven. Its difficult to play the same team three times in one season, much less win all three match-ups. But that’s what Huron did to claim the sectional title over the Margaretta Polar Bears who had a bye in the first round. The game was no thing thing of beauty. Neither team shot well at all, but the game was close through out, eventually going into overtime. Sophmore Aaron Casey, playing

inside, led the Tigers with 16 points, including the deciding basket, while Bollenbacher was held to just seven. Huron (15-7) now travels to Manfield Senior High to

Sophomore Aaron Casey’s steady play helped the Tigers win the sectional title. take on the 14-7 Ontario at 6:15 pm on Thursday evening. This is the Tigers second straight district appearance where last year they eventually fell to Plymouth, 57-55 in an outstanding game.

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