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Scott and Sherrie Ebert opened the Brass Pelican On the River on Friday, Sept. 17. The couple totally renovated the riverfront bar and restaurant in Ohio State colors and have installed a “gazillion” television sets to satisfy devotees of just about any sport. Plan to spend plenty of time reading their intriguing and unusual menu. They open for lunch at 11 a.m. daily. The Eberts have operated the Brass Pelican Varsity Club in Sandusky for 11 years. PHOTO BY SHEILA EHRHARDT

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The Huron Domino’s, located at 500 Main St., was recently recognized for its outstanding operations, perfect pizza making and quality customer service as part of Domino’s Pizza’s Operations Evaluations Review program. Skip Wilde, franchisee of Huron Domino’s Pizza, and his business partner, Mike Wilde, have instilled in their team a commitment to maintaining the highest standards of store operation and customer satisfaction for the citizens of Huron. “Our goal is to make great-tasting, quality products without taking shortcuts,” said Skip. “It is an honor for our team to be recognized by Domino’s for the second time this year.” The store was evaluated under Domino’s OER program, designed to ensure customers the highest level of quality and service. To assure flawless operation, the rating system provides comprehensive feedback to franchisees and Domino’s Pizza. “Maintaining high standards within

Domino’s Pizza involves running the finest stores in the pizza industry and delivering the best product to every consumer who orders from one of our stores,” said Scott Hinshaw, executive vice president, franchise operations and development, Domino’s Pizza. Huron Domino’s is open for delivery and take-out Sundays through Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., and Fridays and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. Domino’s Pizza offers customers a full menu to choose from, including four types of pizza crust (thin, hand-tossed, deep dish and Brooklyn Style), oven baked sandwiches, Domino’s american legends, cheesy bread, breadsticks, buffalo wings, Domino’s pizza buffalo chicken kickers®, cinnastix® and Coca-Cola® products. Call Domino’s at 419-433-5494 or Skip Wilde, franchisee of Huron Domino’s Pizza, and his go to www.dominos.com. business partner, Mike Wilde with their recent award for quality and service.

‘Chamber of Commerce Day’ For 14th Billman Golf Outing In tourist towns, when they speak of a Chamber of Commerce day, they are referring to one with absolutely perfect weather. It was truly a “Chamber of Commerce Day,” on Wednesday, Sept. 15, for the Huron Chamber’s 14th annual Don Billman Memorial Golf Classic. The outing, held this year at Sawmill Creek Golf Club, is a tribute to Billman who served as the group’s treasurer for nearly two decades prior to his death in 1996. While no one was able to sink a hole-in-one on Hole #7 and earn a Hyundai Sonata from Route 250 Hyundai, the teams had great fun attempting to “Beat The Preachers.” The Revs.Tom Halzaepfel of Lighthouse Assembly Church and Wanda Ray of Christ Episcopal Church, took them on to see who could shoot the longest drive on Hole #13. A Mail Box game, run by Jerry Bogner of The UPS Store in Sandusky, gave golfers a chance to pick the right key that would open one on a wall of mailboxes, revealing $50. The Haggerty team, composed of Bill and Billy Haggerty, Shawn Bahnsen and Josiah Sanchez, captured first place with a 15 under par, 56. The well-known Bodde brothers, Bill, Dave, Tom and Bob, came in second with 58. Taking third place honors was the team composed of Eric Muehlhauser, Kevin Asher, Paul Berlin and Joe Nageotte who shot 62. Proximity winners included: Jeremy Pfahl, long putt on Hole #4; Joe Blodgett, closest to the pin on #5; Erie Muehlhauser, closest to the hole with the second shot on #9; Shawn Bahnsen, captured two best shot awards with closest to the hole on the third shot at #12 and closest to the pin on #13. Chih Lee also doubled up, with the longest drive on #15 and closest to the pin on #17. Tony Frank made the longest putt on #16. This Chamber fundraiser would not be possible without the sup-

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HURON HOMETOWN NEWS | Thursday, September 23, 2010

Around Town Master Gardener Hold Meeting Tonight Huron County Master Gardeners will meet Sept. 23 at St. Alphonsus on Settlement Road, just off Ohio 61 South. Committees may meet at 6 p.m., with refreshments and socializing at 6:30 p.m. A business meeting (with much information to cover) will begin promptly at 7 p.m., followed by the education presentation “Fall Clean-Up in the Garden” by Charlene Margetiak. For more information, call Mary Margaret at 419-668-8877.

Cub Scouts Hold Popcorn Fund-raiser Local Cub Scout Pack 31 will kick off their annual popcorn fund-raiser on Saturday, Sept. 25 with a “Neighborhood Blitz.” Cub Scouts will be going to Huron neighborhoods to sell Camp Masters popcorn. This is the Cub Scout’s major fund-raiser that provides funding for camping, pinewood derby, overnights at the zoo, summer camp, den activities, recognition awards, and other activities. Camp Masters returns 70 percent of the cost to scouting, with 30 percent to the Cub Scout pack. There is a wide selection of popcorn available, including popping corn kernels, microwave popcorn and tins of popcorn. Several new

items this year include chocolatey carmel corn, sweet and salty kettle corn microwave popcorn, and Ohio State University tins filled with white cheddar, yellow cheddar and zesty cheesy salsa popcorn. For those who do not wish to purchase popcorn for themselves, the scouts are offering a military donation option that sends popcorn to the troops. The boys will be out in the neighborhoods from 1 to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday. Popcorn can also be purchase by contacting any cub scout or by emailing Pack31popcorn@bex. net by Oct. 22.

Enderle Family to Host Jeff Krabill Fund-raiser Jeff Krabill and supporters will enjoy a night of BBQ, fellowship, and camaraderie as supporters work to send him to the Ohio House of Representatives. “Boots and BBQ” will feature a BBQ meal with guests wearing either casual or country western attire. The event is open to the public and will be held from 6 to 9 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 25 at the Enderle farm, 756 River Road, Huron. A campaign gaining momentum, supporters believe Krabill has the integrity it takes to represent the 80th District to

the state legislature. The 80th District includes all of Erie County and most of Ottawa. Jeff Krabill began his campaign more than 20 months ago and has been knocking on doors and raising money to defeat the incumbent, Dennis Murray. As a challenger for the seat Krabill said he will maintain his strong work ethic by running a grassroots style campaign. For more information, call campaign manager Justin Barnhart at 419-231-1111.

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The need for emergency food assistance in 2010 continues to increase throughout Erie County. Since 2006, local food pantries have assisted 194 percent more men, women and children in the community. Help local food pantries continue to lend a hand to neighbors in need by participating in the 2010 Erie County Food Drive from Oct. 1-18. During the drive, local churches, schools, businesses and organizations throughout Erie County will be collecting donations – toiletries, non-perishable food and baby supplies – that will then be distributed to local food pantries

in Erie County. To participate as a collection site or locate a participating organization, call the Volunteer Center at 419-627-0074 for more information. The food drive is sponsored by the Sandusky/Erie County Community Foundation; First Presbyterian Church, Sandusky; The Volunteer Center of Erie County; United Way of Erie County; Second Harvest Food Bank and the Sandusky Register.

Renowned Pianist Headlines Symphony Opener Back by popular demand, piano competition winner and recording artist Antonio Pompa-Baldi returns to the Sandusky State Theatre on Sept. 25 to join the Firelands Symphony Orchestra in opening its 28th season. The performance begins at 8 p.m. A 30-minute “Conversation with the Conductor” will be featured at 7 p.m., one hour before the concert. Conductor Carl Topilow begins his third season with the FSO, directing Pompa-Baldi and the orchestra in Brahms’ riveting 2nd Piano Concerto on a 9-foot Steinway. Prokofiev’s colorful Lieutenant Kije Suite and Gershwin’s upbeat Overture to Girl Crazy will get toes tapping. Pompa-Baldi has established himself as one of the world’s truly outstanding pianists, taking the silver medal in the

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Patrol reported that seven people were killed in automobile The Ohio State Highway Patrol recently crashes this holiday announced that over the three-day Labor weekend, compared Day weekend, there was a 59 percent reduc- with 17 fatalities in tion in fatal vehicle crashes in Ohio com- 2009. The number of pared to last year’s holiday figures. The alcohol-related fatalities is down as well. Of the seven fatalities this holiday weekend, one was determined to be alcohol related compared HOMETOWN NEWS to seven in 2009. The Ohio GREAT PRESS FOR A GREAT LAKE PLACE State Highway Patrol’s Web Published by Huron Press, LLC. site provides a comparison Huron Hometown News® SM TM 1992 of the location of fatalities P.O. Box 330 • Huron, Ohio 44839 in the last three years. If inPhone 419-433-1401 • Fax 419-734-5382 terested, please visit the pawww.huronhometownnews.com Published every Thursday trol’s Web site at www.statepatrol.ohio.gov and click Editor & Publisher JOHN SCHAFFNER on the map of Ohio titled General Manager/Editor CONNIE ROBERTS “Year to Date Fatality Comconnie@huronhometownnews.com parison by County.” This map allows a user to click Account Executive CONNIE ROBERTS connie@huronhometownnews.com on a county to get a map of that county with markings ANDY SAUSSER showing the number and andy@huronhometownnews.com location of fatalities for the Sports Editor CHRIS MISCHLER years 2010, 2009 and 2008. cmischler@huronhometownnews.com Certainly, even one fatality is too many. Drivers must Copy Editor ROBERTA REDFERN do their part to keep the Graphic Design JENNIFER L. DAUBEL roadways safe. The Patrol has made efforts to reduce Classifieds connie@huronhometownnews.com the number of fatalities, Business Manager CINDY CONSTIEN including but not limited to multiple sobriety checkContributing Editorial MARY STRAYER points. JUDGE WILLIAM STEUK BY JUDGE BILL NICIPAL COURT

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OBITUARIES William Mathew Condrin

Richard J. Steinmetz

April 14, 1919 - Sept. 13, 2010

Sept. 18, 1932 - Sept. 17, 2010

William Mathew Condrin, 91, of Huron died Monday evening, Sept. 13, 2010, in Parkvue Healthcare Center, Sandusky, after an extended illness. He was born April 14, 1919, in Needham, Mass., moved to Sandusky in 1963 and later moved to Huron. He was a U.S. Army veteran and served during World War II and received a Bronze Star in Anzio, Italy. He worked for StoweWoodward Company as a plant manager for the Sandusky and Concord, N.H., plants; he retired in 1984 after working 45 years. He is survived by his three daughters, Nancy (Gary) Lichtle of Sandusky, Noreen (John) Vanca of Arizona and Sharyn (William) Blake of Iowa; stepdaughter, Janice G. (Kevin) Bailey of Columbus; five grandchildren, Stephanie, Jennifer and Erin Bayer, Michael Delp, and Richard Blake; three great-grandchildren, Morgan, Amanda and Joseph Delp; two sisters, Eileen Roy of Needham and Ann (Richard) Dugdale of Walpole, Mass.; sister-in-law, Helen Condrin of Westwood, Mass.; special caregiver, Rita Melville; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Beatrice (Burmaster), in 2008; parents, Julia (Ahearn) and James Paul Condrin; and two brothers, James Paul Jr. and Richard Condrin. The family received friends from 9 a.m. Thursday until Mass at 10 a.m. in the Gathering Space of St. Peter & Paul Catholic Church, 510 Columbus Ave., Sandusky, with the Rev. Marty Nassr officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Huron Rescue Squad, 413 Main St., Huron, OH 44839

Richard J. Steinmetz, 77, of Huron died Friday, Sept. 17, 2010, at the Ohio Veterans Home, Sandusky, after an extended illness. He was born Sept. 18, 1932, in Sandusky, graduated from Huron High School in 1950 and Hiram College in 1958. He was a U.S. Army veteran and served during the Korean Conflict. He owned and operated Steinmetz Expedition and Supplies. He was a member of Christ Episcopal Church, Huron, Showman Clubs of America and the Circus Historical Association. He is survived by his wife, Barbara (Fisher), married for 51 years; daughter, Catherine M. (Rory) Kaip of Huron; two sons, Gus (Rebecca) Steinmetz of Milford, Ohio, and Charlie (Wendy) Steinmetz of Perkins Twp.; six grandchildren, Elisabeth, Rory, Abby, Thomas, Maxwell and Patrick; sister, Miriam (Richard) Olmstead of Huron; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Glenn and Olive (Smith) Steinmetz. Friends called 4-7 p.m. Sunday in Foster Funeral Home, 410 Main St., Huron. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Monday in Christ Episcopal Church, 120 Ohio St., Huron, with the Rev. Wanda Ray officiating. Inurnment will take place in the Christ Church Columbarium. Contributions may be made to Stein Hospice Services, 1200 Sycamore Line, Sandusky, OH 44870 or Ohio Veterans Home, Unit 3 North, 3416 Columbus Ave., Sandusky, OH 44870. Condolences may be shared at fosterfh.com.

Church Chat Services Directory Christ Episcopal Church 120 Ohio St., Huron 419-433-4701 Sunday—9 a.m. and Adult Sunday School 10:30 a.m. www.christchurchhuron.com First Presbyterian Church 225 Williams St., Huron 419-433-5018 8:00 a.m. Casual Worship (Boaters Welcome!) 9:30 a.m. Traditional Worship Service Grace Orthodox Presbyterian Church Kalahari Resort, Nia Convention Center Rt. 250, Huron 419-271-3934 graceopchurch@gmail.com www.graceop.org Worship—Sunday 6:00 p.m. Holy Trinity Anglican Church 1608 St. Rt. 113, Milan; 419-499-3683 Rev. Dr. John C. Jordan

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Worship and Holy Com- by appointment only. munion—Sunday, 10:30 a.m. St. Matthew Evangelical Huron United Methodist Lutheran Church 15617 Mason Rd., Vermilion Church 338 Williams St., Huron Rev. Dr. Karl Fry, Pastor 419-433-3984 440-967-9886 www.huronumc.org www.luther ansonline. On Sundays: com/stmattvermlcms 8 a.m. - Praise Service in Sunday School/ Bible Fellowship Hall Study 9:30 8 a.m. - Summer Sunday Ladies Bible Fellowship 9:15 School, preschool - 4th gr. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. 10 a.m. - Celebration Service Sanctuary St. Peter’s Catholic Church Refreshments are provid430 Main St., Huron ed in Fellowship Hall 419-433-5725 Saturday—5 p.m. Lighthouse Assembly of Sunday—8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. God Church 820 Cleveland Rd. E., Huron The Chapel 419-433-8889 4444 Galloway Rd., Sandusky 419-627-0208 www.lighthouseagc.org Sunday service—10:30 a.m. www.chapel-sandusky.org Saturday service--5 p.m. Sunday school—9:30 a.m. Adult Bible Study--6 p.m. Sunday service—9 & 11 a.m. Sunday. Jr. High Youth Group— Youth Group—6 p.m. Sundays 5-6:30 p.m. Sunday Sr. High Youth Group— Food Pantry—9 a.m.-3 Sundays 7-9 p.m. p.m. Wednesdays; 10 a.m.-2 Latitude group ages 18p.m. Thursdays. 29—Thursdays, 7 p.m. Salvation Army Service Unit— 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Thursdays, The Church of Jesus

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Library Huron Public Library Hours Mon. & Tue. 10 AM - 6 PM Wed. & Thur. 10 AM - 8 PM Fri. 10 AM - 5 PM; Sat. 10 AM - 1 PM

Thank You The Board of Trustees of the Huron Public Library gratefully acknowledges the donation of “Portobello” in memory of Megan Homyak, from the Mary Circle at the First Presbyterian Church.

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from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Chess boards are available so to talk about a book we all read. At the first meeting, we bring a friend and play! will talk about what books everyone likes and dislikes, and choose a book to read and talk about in October. Meetings will continue one Wednesday each month of the school Huron Youth Connection year. Bring a parent and apply for a library card if you don’t The Huron Youth Connection afterschool program for already have one! If interested, register online for Rockin’ students in grades 5-8 resumes with the start of school on Readers at www.huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009. Aug. 26. HYC meets Monday through Thursday, from 2:30 to 5 p.m. in Meeting Room A. Students are invited to have a snack, hang out with friends, play a game or work on Did you know? homework. Visit twice and then complete a membership … The library has Early Literacy Kits for parents of young form to keep coming. HYC is a unit of the Boys and Girls children? These kits are designed to help parents prepare Club of Erie County and supported by the library, Huron their children to learn how to read. Rotary Club, Huron City Schools and the Huron United There are nine kits: Two for “Early Talkers” (age 0-2); two Methodist Church. for “Talkers” (age 2-3); and two for “Pre-readers” (age 3-5.) There are three kits for Spanish speakers, one for each age group. Located in the Children’s Department, they come in Library Cards sturdy, portable containers and consist of some of the folGet the Smartest Card @ the library during September, lowing: nursery rhyme books and CDs, story books, sturdy which is Library Card Sign-up Month. The library wants to board books, books with accompanying DVDs, instrucmake sure that all children age 5 or older have the smartest tional pamphlets, magnetic alphabet letters, magnetic dry card of all – a library card. A library card has always been erase board, finger puppets and puzzles. the most important school supply and getting a library card is easy and it’s free. Just stop in at the library with a parent or guardian and ask for an application at the circulation desk. Once you receive your library card, your name will be entered into a drawing for a $10 Borders Book Store gift card.

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Woodlands Garden Clean-Up a Success

On Tuesday, Sept. 28, Firelands Audubon Society “Welcome Back Potluck Picnic” followed by Ed Boose’s presentation “Osborn Park from the Beginning.” The event will be held at 6 p.m. at Osborn Park, Shelter No. 3. Attendees are asked to bring a dish to share and their own table settings. Osborn Park can be accessed from Cleveland Road because of a bridge repair on Perkins Avenue. Contact Mary at 419625-7136 or windbird@bex.net for more details.

Drought Causes Preview of Ohio’s Fall Color

Thank you goes to the many volunteers who gave a few hours of their Saturday morning to help weed and clean up the gardens at Woodlands Intermediate School. The volunteers were Jean and Riley Mullen, Neva, Tom, and Nick Tonich, Bob and Sandy Schuh, Tim Wallick, Brad, Hannah, and Gretchen Blackwell, Lisa Yako and Megan Rehm. A special thank you also goes to Barnes Nursery for providing a pickup truck to transfer all of the compost materials to the Barnes compost facility. The public is invited to come to the garden and see the many plants, birds, insects, and other animals that call the Woodlands Gardens home. Another community work day will be planned soon.

Pictured at Right: Nick Tonich holds a toad that COLUMBUS – The relatively dry summer has created he found at the Woodlands Children’s Garden the opportunity for a great fall foliage season, which could Saturday. peak during mid-October in northern Ohio and late October in southern parts of the state. To help Ohioans plan seasonal outings and enjoy the fall color that will radiate through Ohio’s 100-plus tree species, ODNR will post weekly fall color updates at http:// www.dnr.state.oh.us/tabid/9584/default.aspx. The reports will begin Sept. 22 and run through the first week on November. The drought and heat through part of July and all of August does seem to have some trees a little stressed out causing them to show hints of color in mid- to late-September. This will be noticed most in urban areas, where trees live a tougher life, and in lower lying areas where the trees are used to having access to more water. Hopefully, the state will get rain again in September and the temperatures will continue cooling off in the evenings. If the weather in September cooperates, the state should be on track for northern Ohio peaking in the first and second week of October, central Ohio peaking around second and third weeks, and then southern Ohio peaking through the fourth week. Sunny days with cool nights, minus an early frost, will make for a stunning fall foliage season. Consistent rainfall will also help October color to peak at its best. Poison Ivy, Virginia Creeper, and Buckeyes are expected to start the color display at the end of September with bright reds and golds, respectively.

Firelands Montessori Academy visits Barnes Nursery

Animal Expo to be Held Oct. 9 The North Coast Animal Expo will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.,Saturday,Oct.9,at the Sandusky Bay Pavilion,605 E.Water St., Sandusky. Gate admission is $1 per person/$1 per dog. Dogs must be leashed and handlers must be 18 or older. There will be vendors, speakers, demonstrations, animal Firelands Montessori Academy kindergarteners visited Barnes Nursery on Friday, Sept. 17. The exhibits, “people food,” and much more. The event is spon- group was given a tour and the students created “Fairy Gardens” while at the nursery. sored by the Sandusky Lions Club, the Humane Society of Erie County and the City of Sandusky Recreation Department. For further information, contact Pam at straziusoteChilled milk Ravioli acher@aol.com. Wednesday, Sept. 29 Bacon, Lettuce Tuesday, Sept. 28 Popcorn chicken & Tomato Salad Hearty breakfast sandwich Creamy mashed potatoes Roll/Margarine Egg/cheese/sausage Chicken gravy Apple Slices Hash brown Buttered wheat roll G-force Bar Ice cold 100% fruit juice Mandarin oranges Milk Chilled milk Ice cold milk Friday, Oct. 1 Wednesday, Sept. 29 Thursday, Sept. 30 Domino Breaded chicken tenders Mini corn dogs Huron St. Peter Pepperoni Pizza Mashed potatoes/gravy Oven baked beans Tossed Salad Buttered dinner roll Monday, Sept. 27 Lays baked chips Apple Slices Georgia peach slices French Toast Sticks Chilled fruit cocktail Popcorn Chilled milk Triangle Potatoes Ice cold milk Milk Applesauce Thursday, Sept. 30 Friday, Oct. 1 Rice Krispie Treats Shawnee Plump mini corn dogs Cheese fi lled MARY STRAYER, MASTER GARDENER, AUTHOR Milk Oven baked fries Bosco bread sticks Elementary & Fresh baked cookies Warm pizza Tuesday, Sept. 28 We’ve probably all seen herbs that people have attempted Woodlands Seasonal fresh fruit dipping sauce Foot Long Hot Dog to winter over in the home, and they look a bit scraggly and Intermediate Chilled milk Seasoned corn on Bun unsightly. This scenario doesn’t have to happen. Mott’s applesauce Triangle Potato First of all, if you have small size Friday, Oct. 1 Monday, Sept. 27 Ice cold milk Mixed Fruit plants that are not overgrown, or are Cheesy Bosco bread sticks Warm French toast sticks Milk perhaps babies grown from seeds of Warm dipping sauce Bob Evans sausage McCormick the original mother plant this same Steamed corn Hash brown Wednesday, Sept. 29 Jr. High & Huron year, those plants will be your first Mott’s cinnamon Chilled fruit juice Bosco cheese sticks choice to dig up and keep inside. If applesauce Ice cold milk High School w/ Dipping Sauce not, do not dig up huge weathered Chilled milk Mixed Vegetables Tuesday, Sept. 28 Monday, Sept. 27 plants and try to bring them into your Strawberries Pepperoni pizza Mexican fiesta sticks home. Many greenhouses and other & Whip Cream Leafy garden salad Taco dipping sauce garden establishments still have niceMilk Diced peaches & pears Fresh salad greens sized healthy plants that would have a Ice cold milk Thursday, Sept. 30 Mandarin oranges much better chance to winter over in the home very nicely. The best plants to use for growing inside the home are chives, oregano, rosemary and mints. Many people have tried to grow basil inside, but the plant tires in a few weeks, At University Hospitals Ireland and then never really look nice. If you have a greenhouse Cancer Center at Firelands Regional at home, your herbs will do well. But if you don’t have a Medical Center, Dr. Schuster will be greenhouse, try to stick to ones that have more stamina as performing: suggested. 䡲 External Beam Radiation When you first prepare to bring plants inside, either from 䡲 Intense Modulated your garden or a store purchase, look them over carefully Radiation Therapy for insects. 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Most of the herbs – Use of other Radioisotopes for Bone Cancer and Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma need warmth – 65-75 to survive. However, “Rosemary” 419-557-7480. Accepting – Gamma Knife Radiosurgery for Brain Tumors and Trigeminal Neuralgia would like you to place her in your coldest room in the referrals & second opinions. home with at least some strong indirect light. She does not like the dry stagnant air in homes; she prefers cooler areas and higher humidity. Our furnaces dry out our air, unless we have a humidifier attached to it. Feel free to lightly mist the plants 2-3 times a week. When using the plants/leaves, do not pick them comat pletely, but leave a few leaves for the plant to use to survive. If you see your plants rebounding come late winter/early spring, you have a chance to use this plant in your garden for next growing season. If they do not rebound, toss them come spring, and purchase new or plant seeds for the new seasons supply. 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Sports Tennis Lady Tigers Enjoying Success

Tigers Shut Down Chargers, 35 - 0

Lady Tigers are 5-2 in SBC play Coach Jeff Skaggs and his young team won another SBC match this past week – this time against a struggling Edison Charger squad who are looking for their first conference win of the season. Here are the individual results of the match: Edison Match 4 - 1 Win: Sammie Jamison defeated Erin Black (H) 6-7 (4), 6-4, 6-4;

Lynsie Schwerer (H) defeated Karyn Schmidt 6-4, 6-2; Brittany Mayer (H) defeated Rachel Wallace 6-0, 6-0; Caroline Stierhoff/Catlyn Foley (H) defeated Mallory Kiley/Daneill Rasey 6-4, 6-2; Emily Waldrop/Holly Richardson (H) defeated Amy Salmons/Morgan Schaeffer 6-3, 6-2.

Lady Tigers Now 6-4 on the Season Coach Jeff Skaggs and his young team took another SBC match this week, this time against the Rockets of Oak Harbor. This win gives his team a 4-1 record within the conference. The sole loss came in a non-conference showdown with Bellevue. Here are the individual results of each match: Oak Harbor match, 3-2 win: Ashley LaFountain defeated Erin Black (H) 6-0, 6-0; Julia Konieczny defeated Lynsie Schwerer (H) 6-1, 6-0; Brittany Mayer (H) defeated Katie Mehlow 6-2, 6-2; Caroline Stierhoff/Catlyn Foley (H) defeated Logan Bahnsen/Hanna

Birchall 6-2, 7-5; Emily Waldrop/Holly Richardson (H) defeated Jessica Hymore/Brittlyn Grodi 6-1, 6-3. Bellevue match, 4-1 loss: Ophelia Whitmore defeated Carolyn Stierhoff (H) 6-3, 6-0; Emily Wellingford defeated Caitlin Foley (H) 6-4, 6-2; Catherine Wilson defeated Holly Richardson (H) 6-0, 6-3; Erin Black/Brittany Mayer (H) defeated Brianna Wolfe/Alivia Ball 6-2, 6-4; Tonya Posey/Jessica Brown defeated Lynsie Schwerer/Emily Waldrop (H) 6-1, 6-0.

Tough Week for Varsity Volleyball Team Certainly Coach Wood must hope that this past week was an educational one for the Lady Tigers on the varsity volleyball team. On Thursday night, the then-unbeaten Huron squad spotted Margaretta a 2-0 lead (25-22, 2523) before finding their groove in the match. The Tigers rallied to win the next two games 25-18 and 25-21. But in the short 15-point game fives, anything can happen. And anything did, with pesky Polar Bears providing Huron their first conference loss in over a year, 15-9. The Margaretta fans stormed the floor as if they had won the regional finals for the first time leaving the Lady Tigers standing there, waiting to congratulate them on their win. On Saturday evening the Tigers hosted the three time Division IV defending state champion Marion Local along with their stellar athlete, No. 8, Alyssa Winner. The Flyers came in sporting a record of 7-0 so far in 2010. And for this special occasion, the announcer, Mac Lehrer, introduced Huron as the Division III defending state champions. (Normally, the Tigers are announced as the defending SBC champs.) While the Marion’s Winner is gifted, they are by no means a one-woman show. The visitors played a very disciplined match throughout the evening. Often times, when two really good teams meet, both teams make scoring runs against each other, back and forth. The match develops a rhythm like a close NCAA basketball game. But not with Marion. They allowed no sustained runs that would put the Tigers back into a game. Once Huron fell behind, the home team had to grind to

get back into it. Huron started fast in game one by taking a 4-1 lead. But Marion battled back to tie it at six apiece. Then the scoring went back and forth until the Flyers took a 13-9 lead. Coach Wood did an excellent job calling timeouts to try and break Marion’s momentum. The Tigers went on a 5-2 run, led by two Kaitlyn Sommer aces, to pull within one point, 14-15. But again the Flyers began to pull away, forcing Wood to again call time at 14-18. An Erin O’Reilly, then a Kat Ferrell kill combined with a Huron block forced the visitors to call time at 18-20. But the Flyers closed out the first game with a 5-2 run for a 25-20 victory. The Tigers hurt themselves with several serving errors either went into the net or were long that proved costly. The crowd who witnessed the final two games in Marion’s defeat of Huron saw some long, amazing points with quick, athletic saves by both squads. The type one only sees when teams of this caliber face off. No Tiger attacker had double digits in kills because the Flyer blockers were so effective. (Senior Taylor Slauterbeck led the team with eight kills and nine digs.) Marion did an outstanding job exploiting holes in the home team’s defense if a Tiger was slow to get to the right spot. Whereas, the Flyers rarely seemed to be out of position. The Tigers went long on many spike attempts that proved costly. In the end, Marion prevailed 3-0 (2520; 25-16; 25-18). The road for Huron gets no easier as they travel to Edison, on Thursday, for a rematch of the five set season opener won by the Tigers.

With only four home games this season, Huron has to make the most of each and every one. This Friday night was Band Parents night, as well as an opportunity to show off the town’s newest and cutest mini-cheerleaders! This proud town also welcomed home Joseph Enderle from yet another tour of Iraq with the Air Force Reserve. A 1985 graduate of Huron High, Joe not only played football for the Tigers, but has spent several years coaching within the system as well. His son, Drew, a junior center on the team, led the Tigers out on the field waving a United States flag that had flown over Iraq during Enderle’s recent tour of duty.

The home team, including Coach Legando, seemed particularly fired up for the opening of the game. Last week’s dismal showing against Norwalk St. Paul (a 43-25 defeat) was a tough pill to swallow. On this night, the Tiger offensive line seemed to do a better job protecting QB Brian Bollenbacher. He was very efficient throwing downfield, going 12 for 15 for 271 yards and two touchdown passes. Both primary receivers – Jake Hillman and Sean Fantozz – had big nights. Both broke the 100-yard barrier with Hillman gaining 104 yards (plus two touchdown grabs), while Fantozz contributed big with seven receptions for 150 yards. The Tigers opened the scoring by taking advantage of a Charger fumbled hand-off on their own 47-yard line with 7:09 left in the first quarter. Aided by a pass interference call, a nice run by the quarterback, and a reception by Fantozz, Huron ended up one foot away from the end zone. From there, Brian Bollenbacher followed his center in for the touchdown for a 7-0 lead. The Huron defense, led by a very active Matt King and Jordan Romick, played well throughout the game. Creating turnovers was the unit’s specialty, including an interception of an Edison pass to close the first period. The Tigers opened the second period with the ball at their own 35-yard line. Bollenbacher fired a pass to Fantozz twice in a row for 33 total yards. Then, on first and 10 from the Charger 27, Bo found WR Jake Hillman for a score and a 14-0 lead. Still in the second period, the home defense forced yet another turnover on the Edison 21yard line. Huron again capitalized immediately with a 16-yard touchdown run by junior Troy DeLamatre. This time the PAT is blocked and the Tigers have a 20-0 lead with 2:22 left in the first half. On the Chargers next possession, the Tiger defenders force a three and out series. The Huron offense remained aggressive by tossing a 57-yard touchdown strike to Jake Hillman. Bollenbacher and Hillman hook up a third time – this time for the two-point conversion. Edison closes the half shell-shocked and down 28-0. On the Charger’s first drive of the second half, following a long pass reception, the receiver is popped by the defensive back and coughs up the ball to the Tigers. Bollenbacher hits Fantozz with a big gainer yet again. This time it went down the left sideline all the way to the Edison 17-yard line. Then a pass to Hillman took Huron to the four-yard line. After a couple of failed attempts to score, Coach Legando has his squad go for it on a fourth down and 3. Brian Bollenbacher runs behind his line for the final score of the game with 5:05 left in the third quarter. The rest of the game was dedicated to getting the underclassmen some valuable varsity experience. The Tiger defense was able to maintain their shutout and get a win by the score of 35-0. Next week, Huron’s varsity travel to Clyde High School to Drew Enderle leads the Tigers out onto face the always tough Fliers. the field waving the flag his father, Joseph Enderle, just brought back from his latest tour in Iraq.

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Health & Wellness Fisher-Titus Medical Center Named in Top 100 Best Places to Work in Health Care for Third Year For the third year in a row, Fisher-Titus Medical Center has been selected among the nation’s top 100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare by Modern Healthcare magazine. Fisher-Titus was the only Ohio hospital to receive the award three consecutive years and one of just four Ohio hospitals named among the top 100. Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work in Healthcare program identifies and recognizes health-care organizations that have successfully built workplace excellence and enabled employees to perform at their optimal level. “This honor reflects what we know: Our employees are our greatest asset,” said FTMC President Patrick J. Martin. “I am very proud of all of them and everything they do every day taking care of our patients in the hospital and our residents at Norwalk Memorial Home and The Carriage House.” With over 900 employees, FisherTitus Medical Center serves Norwalk and Huron County and southern Erie

County including Milan and Berlin Heights with the latest medical advancements. A non-profit community hospital, FTMC provides the area’s 60,000-plus residents a full continuum of care that includes Fisher-Titus Memorial Hospital, a 99-bed acute care hospital; Norwalk Memorial Home, a 69-bed skilled nursing facility; The Carriage House of Fisher-Titus, a 48-unit assisted living facility; and a Home Health Center. FTMC also has been recognized for two consecutive years with HealthGrades Outstanding Patient Experience Award Three hundred and twenty eight health-care organizations participated in the third year of this health-care workplace listing. Only 49 of those were repeat recipients with only 14 organizations being named to the list all three years. Modern Healthcare collected information from both the employer and employees and was open to all companies (providers, suppliers, payers, associations, etc.) with at least 25

employees. Employers completed a survey detailing company policies, practices, benefits and demographics. Employees were asked an in-depth set of questions that resulted in an analysis in eight core areas: leadership and planning, culture and communications, role satisfaction, working environment, relationship with supervisor, training and development, pay and benefits and overall satisfaction. Modern Healthcare, a weekly magazine published for the health-care industry, will reveal the specific ranking of the 100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare, from 1 to 100, in a special supplement to be published Oct. 25. The unranked list is now available online at www.modernhealthcare. com/section/bestplaces-2010. Only three other Ohio hospitals were named to the list including Firelands Regional Medical Center, Henry County Hospital (Napoleon), and Southern Ohio Medical Center (Portsmouth).

Firelands Regional Medical Center Protection Against Seasonal Flu Firelands Regional Medical Center will be offering seasonal flu vaccines and pneumonia vaccines from 7 to 11 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 25 at Firelands Main Campus, 1111 Hayes Ave., Sandusky.Cost for the seasonal flu vaccine is $20 and a pneumonia vaccine is $55. This year the seasonal flu vaccine will also protect against the H1N1 virus, subject to availability. Recipients must be 18 years or older. The seasonal flu vaccine does not cause the flu. Pregnant women should consult their physician, and those who are allergic to eggs should not receive the vaccine. Firelands will accept traditional Medicare – Part B cards only – no Medicaid or private insurance will be accepted. In addition, Firelands will not accept any Medicare Advantage cards. Cash or check only will be accepted. CDC guidelines for pneumococcal vaccines are as follows: one injection before age 65 and one injection after age 65. Recipients must have a physician’s order for any additional pneumococcal vaccines. Call 419-557-5506 for additional information about the seasonal flu and pneumonia vaccines.

Educational Program Honors National Rehabilitation Week The Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit at Firelands joins the National Rehabilitation Awareness Foundation in recognition of National Rehabilitation Week, Sept. 19-25. This important week of observance was established by NRAF to

educate people about the benefits of physical rehabilitation and the capabilities of the physically challenged. In honor of National Rehabilitation Week, Firelands will be sponsoring the program “Levity? At a Time Like This? Absolutely!” from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 22 at Firelands South Campus, 1912 Hayes Ave. In these uncertain economic times, stress in the workplace has hit an all-time high. The Levity presentation is designed to increase knowledge and awareness of the benefits of fun and humor in the workplace. Presented by Susan G. Glenn, MA, Administrator, Firelands Physical Rehabilitation and Sleep Disorder Center, cost is $20 per person. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for Nurses, Social Workers and Counselors will be available. To register, call 419-557-7276. As an Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Center, Firelands provides a higher level of rehabilitative care to patients who are recovering from stroke and other neurological disorders, brain and spinal cord injury, amputations, orthopedic, cardiac and pulmonary conditions. Firelands is the area’s only provider of acute inpatient rehabilitation services. The goal of rehabilitation is to enable those who have experienced disabling conditions to achieve their fullest potential for recovery and to re-enter the community. Firelands rehabilitation program excels in an area that many rehabilitation units do not – returning patients to their homes as opposed to the patient needing to undergo skilled nursing care for an extended time period. There are differences between an Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation program and those programs which are skilled

nursing facility based programs. As compared to other facilities, patients of Firelands Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation receive: A minimum of 15 hours of therapy per week; A consistent staff of Physical, Occupational, Speech and Therapeutic Recreational Therapists; Care from physicians who are specialized in Rehabilitation Medicine (physiatrists); Care from physicians who are accessible daily and medically manage patients daily; Nurses who are Certified and Registered in Rehabilitation Nursing (CRRN); An RN Staff 24/7; One RN/LPN and one Rehab Technician for every 10 patients; An unsurpassed experience with over 20 years of experience in treating over 6,600 patients. For an appointment or free in-home evaluation, call 419-557-7836.

Pediatric Pulmonology Clinic Firelands Regional Medical Center will be hosting a Pediatric Pulmonology Clinic on Monday, Sept. 27. Staffed by a board certified pediatric specialist from Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, pediatric specialty clinics are held in the Firelands South Campus Outpatient Clinic, 1912 Hayes Avenue, Sandusky. To schedule an appointment, call 1-800-377-3117. Additional Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital Pediatric Specialty Clinics are also available at Firelands Regional Medical Center. For a schedule of the Pediatric Specialty Clinics, please visit our Calendar of Events at www.firelands. com. For more information about the Pediatric Specialty Clinics, call 419-557-6767.

Pediatric Therapy Educational Series Attention parents, grandparents and teachers of preschool-aged children: Firelands will be hosting the first program in the Pediatric Therapy Educational Series on Tuesday, Sept. 28. Introduction to Sensory Processing will be presented by Erika Kemp, MS, OTR/L and Mary Schmitz, OTR/L, occupational therapists at Firelands. The program will provide a basic overview of sensory processing disorder and subtypes. Simple strategies will be introduced to assist in adding sensoryrich activities to home activities, which can facilitate a child’s overall motor and sensory development. The program will be from 6 to 7:30 pm in the Community Resource Room at Firelands South Campus, 1912 Hayes Avenue, Sandusky. Other topics in the Pediatric Therapy Educational Series include: Picky Eater vs. Problem Feeders – Tuesday, Oct. 12; Eating and Nutrition in Autism – Tuesday, Oct. 26. To register or for more information, call 419-5577410.

Auxiliary Holds Jewelry Sale The Firelands Auxiliary will sponsor a Masquerade – $5 Jewelry Sale on Tuesday, Sept. 28 and Wednesday, Sept. 29 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Firelands Main Campus, 1111 Hayes Ave., Sandusky. The sale will continue on Thursday, Sept. 30 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Firelands South Campus, 1912 Hayes Ave., Sandusky. Cash, checks, most major credit cards will be accepted. Proceeds from the sale will benefit hospital projects and patients.

Fisher-Titus Medical Center dict Ave., Norwalk. Participants become certified in important life-saving CPR techniques specifically for Kidney disease does not go infants and children. For away. Instead, it usually gets more information and to worse over time and even- register, call 419-660-2646. tually can turn into kidney failure. But, the good news Personal Training is there are treatment opProgram tions available for patients Fisher-Titus Medical Cenwith kidney failure. Susan Foss, a registered nurse from ter offers Personal Training Fresenius Medical Care, will at the hospital, 272 Benedict present “Treatment Options Ave., Norwalk. FTMC Athfor Patients with Kidney letic Trainers teach particiFailure” from 1 to 3 p.m. pants how to properly work Thursday, Sept. 23, in Con- out for their individual ference Room 1, Fisher- body type and goals. Cost Titus Medical Center, 272 is $35/hour/person or $20/ Benedict Ave., Norwalk. To hour/person for a two-perregister or for more infor- son session. To register or mation, call 419-660-2509. for more information, call 419-660-2117 Ext. 6143.

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HURON HOMETOWN NEWS | Thursday, September 23, 2010

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Business Business Leaders to Provide Insight for Huron Growth Last year was the inaugural year for the Huron Business Ambassadors Program, a joint venture of the Chamber of Commerce, the city of Huron and the Business Resource Network. “The 2009 pilot program showed clearly ‌ how working together we can create a better environment for businesses to grow successfully here in Huron,â€? said Sheila Ehrnhardt, chamber director. The Ambassador Program focuses on promoting and fostering improved communications among local businesses and related agencies through face-to-face visits by volunteer ambassadors, many of whom are local business owners or other community minded individuals.

During these brief visits, business owners are interviewed and asked seven questions regarding their business experiences in Huron. The process takes about 15-20 minutes and all information is confidential. Huron Business Ambassadors Program has partnered with EHOVE for data collection. All information is compiled and analyzed, and will be made available to the city, the chamber and all businesses who have participated. This program that begins with the business owner, will assist in giving direction and assistance – with the ultimate goal of assisting Huron businesses to grow and prosper. For more information, call Steve Furey at 419-626-2101.

New Mobile Marine Service Opens in Area BoatWorks Unlimited, the Northcoast’s • Outboard Repair new mobile marine service focuses on its • Outboard Maintenance boating customers. • Inboard Engine Maintenance “It’s the way great companies do busi• Drivetrain ness,â€? said Jon Rodenhauser owner of Boat• Boat Detailing (weekly, bi-weekly, Works Unlimited. “We have highly trained monthly) technicians that focus on the customer and • Electrical we offer quality service at a great price.â€? • Boat Delivery/Transportation by a liJon Rodenhauser grew up in Oak Har- censed captain bor, the youngest son of business owners, • Propeller Services Don and Marge Rodenhauser, who owned • Engine Compartment Cleaning Don’s Bakery in town for many years. They • Minor Fiberglass Repair instilled in Jon a strong work ethic and • Minor Fiberglas Chip Repair customer focus. Jon wanted to bring his • Gel-coat Repair and Restoration experience and love for boating into a mo• Rigging bile service to the Lake Erie Northcoast, • Pressure Washing servicing customers who live and enjoy For more information go to boatworksu. the area. Jon formerly worked for two lo- com. or call 419-656-9654. cal boat companies and has advanced as a master mechanic, electronics technician and boat captain with more than 10 years of boating technology. Boat Works Unlimited offers the following services: • Boat Diagnosis and Repair • Outboard Repair • Outboard Maintenance • Electronics Installation • Wooden Boat Repair and Restoration

Firelands Habitat For Humanity Selected To Receive Green Building Firelands Habitat for Humanity is among 136 recipients selected to participate in a national green building initiative between Habitat for Humanity International and The Home Depot Foundation. Launched in 2009, the Partners in Sustainable Building Program is a $30 million, five-year program aimed at helping Habitat affiliates in the United States incorporate sustainable building practices in 5,000 Habitat homes. Each Habitat organization receiving a “Partners in Sustainable Building� grant will receive $3,000 for each home built to a standard equivalent to Energy Star and up to $5,000 for each home built to a higher green standard. The selected Habitat affiliates are expected to build 2,400 homes in 2010-2011. “We are extremely grateful to Habitat for Humanity International and The Home Depot Foundation for selecting Firelands Habitat as a “Partners in Sustainable Building� grant recipient,� said Executive Director Barbara Miller. “We will use the funding on 4-5 homes we are building with low-income families in need.� Since the program was established, nearly 1,500 homes have been certified nation-

wide. By incorporating practices such as creating a tight building envelope and using efficient, durable materials in the construction process, many of these homes achieved green building certification with little additional cost. “We believe that healthy homes are the building blocks for thriving, affordable and environmentally sound communities,� said Kelly Caffarelli, president of The Home Depot Foundation. “Through our partnership with Habitat for Humanity, we are focused on bringing the practical financial and health benefits of green building and maintenance to families of modest incomes. By showing that green building and efficient maintenance of a home can truly keep more money in a family’s wallet, we also hope this effort has a ripple effect on all homeowners nationwide. � “Partners in Sustainable Building� is the first partnership between The Home Depot Foundation and Habitat for Humanity International at the national level in the United States. For more information about the PSB program, visit www.homedepotfoundation.org.

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