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It was a little disconcerting this season that Huron was beaten by Margaretta in volleyball twice and had to share the SBC crown. But then again, when you have had the success the Tigers have had over the last decade on the state level, only one match really counts. That’s the one that decides the District Champion during the State tournament. In that win-or-go-home match, Huron taught the talented Polar Bears a lesson about executing on a big stage. For those who had only seen the Tigers play in those two loses, what happened Saturday night must have come as quite a shock. But for those who have also seen Huron play the state caliber teams that Coach Wood brought in during 2010 knew the young ladies were capable of this. To be fair, the season has had its share of frustration because diehard fans knew this team is capable of great things, but had seen them struggle inexplicably at times. Following this exhilarating 3-0 win (25-19, 25-8,25-16), Tigers Coach Wood was asked what the difference was between tonight’s performance and the two earlier losses. He answered with just one word:

“Focus!” Getting off to a good start was going to be key for Huron. And they certainly accomplished that with two early kills by Kat Ferrell and an ace by Hannah Figgins. Following a kill by Taylor Slauterbeck that gave the Tigers 11-4 lead, Margaretta called time to rally the troops. The Polar Bears could get no closer than 13-10, when Slauterbeck clobbered another kill, Taryn Graham served an ace, Ferrel blocked a kill attempt, and Katlyn Sommer dropped a touch shot over the net to take five of the next six points for an 18-11 Tiger lead. Ferrell closed out the victory 25-19 win with a kill. Senior captain Taryn Graham, again led the team’s defense with 17 digs – some of which were unbelievably spectacular and quick. Hannah Figgins contributed nine and Slauterbeck had eight. Defense was sharp, particularly in game two when the Tigers held Margaretta to just eight points. Huron’s attack was very balanced during the opening 10-2 run. It may have been their best stretch of the season thus far. The Polar Bears looked absolutely stunned

Leaf Pickup Explained In 2008, the City of Huron’s leaf pick up program was modified from past practices in an effort to provide a more cost effective and efficient service. The program utilizes the city’s existing yard waste removal service, which provides all residents a weekly opportunity to dispose of leaves. All residents must use the appropriate yard waste receptacles for leaf disposal: 20 to 35 gallon trash can receptacles clearly

marked as “YARD WASTE” containers. In place of receptacles, biodegradable yard waste bags may be substituted, which can be purchased at most retail outlets. There is no maximum amount of leaf refuse; however, no receptacle can weigh more than 50 pounds. The city’s refuse hauler, FSI, will pick up all packaged leaves as part of the normal weekly collection cycle, with the service continuing through Monday Dec. 27.

when their coach called timeout. Out of the break, the Tigers fired off another six straight points, helped by some outstanding, aggressive serves from the sophomore Ferrell (four aces) to take a commanding 16-2 lead. Slauterbeck fired an ace for the 25th point in the 25-8 win. During the third and final game, Margaretta started out playing more aggressively and hung with Huron up until 9-8. Then the Tigers went on a 7-3 run that was capped off by a powerful Slauterbeck kill again forcing a Polar Bear time out. Now up 16-11, Huron did not let up. The Tiger defense was outstanding with big blocks by Sommer, Koenig, and Erin O’Reilly while the back line was diving for saves that looked like sure points for the opposition. Ferrell, as she seems to have a knack for, closed out the match with a kill and the decisive 3-0 win. None of Huron’s aggressive attacks would have been possible if it weren’t for Taryn Graham’s digs and the outstanding play by setters Sam Wechter (17 assists) and Sydney Grendow (15 assists) who combined for exactly zero ballhandling errors.

Contest Anglers Donate Catches to Charity The FishHuronOhio group sponsored its second annual Fall Walleye Challenge on Saturday, Oct. 16, drawing some 250 fishermen from Ohio and four surrounding states. Many of the anglers agreed to donate their catch to a local charity. Of the more than 1,300 pounds of fish caught, 430 pounds of fresh walleye were donated to the Huron Helping Hands Food Pantry.

Tennis Court Make-Over The tennis courts at Fabens Parks re- cracks by an acrylic coating. The courts cently underwent an experimental crack were then sealed and painted to match sealing make-over, compliments of com- the other surrounding courts, explained munity member Jeff Gearheart of Sport- Basting. SportMaster Surfaces took the opporMaster Surfaces, a Division of Thorworks Industries Inc. Gearheart approached tunity to shoot installation video and Chris Basting, parks manager for Hu- photos for training installers worldwide. ron Parks & Recreation, earlier this fall In past years HPRD has invested more and donated the services and materials than $12,000 in maintain the courts. A required to fix the cracks, resurface and donation of this type is extremely valuable to the community while adding lonpaint the tennis courts red and gray. SportMaster Surfaces is working with a gevity to the courts, Basting said. large company out of the Atlantic area to market a fairly new crack repair system. The system consists of a fabric membrane that is adhered to Paul Montemayor resurfaces the tennis courts at Fabens the surface Park after the crack repair system had been applied. Next around the step… the red and grey paint to match the other courts.

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Around Town Loss of Friend

The Chef’s Garden Offers Thanksgiving Meal to Active Military

To all the good friends that Rusty and I made walking in Old Homested I and II, the cabins at NP Beach, the Boat Basin Lakefront and Tabins Parn and the Old Platt area. It is with great sadness to inform you that Rusty passed away on Sept. 6, 2010 at the age of 16 ½ years old. Thank you for the kindness you showed to Rusty these past nine years. He will surely be missed. Again thank you all, his parents Tom & Myra and God parents Richard & Irene.

The Chef ’s Garden, owned and operated by the Jones family, is hosting its fourth annual Thanksgiving Dinner for active military members and their families. The free, traditional holiday meal will be prepared by Chef Carl Swanbeck at their affiliate business, The Culinary Vegetable Institute, 12304 Ohio 13, Milan. It starts at noon. “We are honored to share a Thanksgiving supper with those who have sacrificed so much for our freedom,” said Barb Jones. “It is our turn to serve those who serve us.” For reservations, call 419-499-7500.

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The Chef ’s Garden is a sustainable family farm that grows, packages, and ships the highest quality, safest and most flavorful specialty vegetables and herbs directly to the best chefs in the world. The Jones’ family story can be found at www.chefs-garden.com. The Culinary Vegetable Institute is a renowned retreat and culinary learning center for those chefs; the concept of the facility was developed in association with The Chef ’s Garden and was intended to foster creativity between chef and farmer. For more information, go to www.culinaryvegetableinstitute.com.

Caryl Crane Children’s Theatre is holding open auditions for its upcoming production of the musical “Children’s Letters To God” as well as the CCCT Teen Board’s production of “I’m Dreaming of a BROADWAY Christmas” on Nov. 11 and 12 from 5 to 7 p.m.; and Nov. 13 from 9 a.m. to noon. The auditions will be held in the McBride Auditorium at BGSU Firelands College. Both productions will be directed by CCCT Artistic Director Brian Marshall. All roles are available for both productions – the director is seeking actors, singers, and dancers ages 10 through adult. All children must be 10 by Jan. 1 to be considered. For preparation, those auditioning should prepare two short musical theatre selections of contrasting styles; bring sheet music in the correct key; an accompanist will be provided. Contestatns might also be asked to read from the script; which will be provided at audition. About “Children’s Letters to God”

BY JUDGE BILL STEUK, HURON MUNICIPAL COURT As of August 9, 2010, the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) allows drivers to remove their home addresses on vehicle registration certificates. This change is a safeguard for drivers, protecting their personal information, since most drivers keep these certificates in their vehicles. Drivers may now carry a certificate without fear of their personal information being stolen or compromised. A driver’s home address will still appear on the main portion of the vehicle registration certificate for the record. However, drivers will be allowed to remove this portion of the record and only carry the portion of the registration that does not contain that personal information. The BMV assures drivers that the portion of the registration without that personal inThe City of Huron is looking for a new poet laureate. The formation contains all vehicle information needed by law program was established in 2008 as a means of recognizing enforcement. For more information, visit the BMV Web an outstanding local poet who will become an ambassador site at www.bmv.ohio.gov. for the promotion of literary arts for and within the city. During a term, the poet laureate will act as an advocate for Articles appearing in this column are intended to provide poetry, literature and the arts, and contribute to the combroad, general information about the law. Before applying munity by reading original works of poetry at official city this information to a specific legal problem, readers are urged events and by promoting poetry throughout the commuto seek advice from an attorney. nity. Huron residents may nominate themselves or an-

Inspired by the letters of young people written to “the Big G,” “Children’s Letters to God” is about kids and various events in their lives that lead them to ask a lot of questions – some funny, some serious, some surprising. There are great roles available for strong singers and actors. Rehearsals will begin in early January 2011. Performances will be: February 24, 25 & 26 at 7:30 p.m.; March 3,4 & 5 at 7:30 p.m.; March 6 at 2:30 p.m. (matinee). About “I’m Dreaming of a BROADWAY Christmas”: A cabaret-style extravaganza featuring holiday songs from Broadway and the movies. Directors are seeking teens and adults of types and talents for various performance opportunities. Rehearsals begin this month. Performances will be: Dec. 17 at 7:30 p.m.; Dec. 18 at 7:30 p.m.. For more information, call Brian Marshall at 419-3720642, email mbrian@bgsu.edu, or visit www.firelands. bgsu.edu/arts/ccct.

City Seeks Poet Laureate other candidate for the position. Nominators must fill out a nomination form and submit three original works of poetry to a selection panel. Eligibility criteria for candidates includes: Must be able to serve a two-year term; must be at least 18 years old and have been a resident of Huron for a minimum of three years; and will have demonstrated a commitment to poetry and will welcome the opportunity to engage in civic discourse. More information and nomination forms can be found on the Huron Parks and Recreation Web site at www. cityofhuron.org.

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A few scattered showers prior to the annual Halloween Trick-or-Treat at Admiral’s Pointe did not dissuade several hundred children from adorning their favorite costumes and attending the annual event. From contemporary characters like Spongebob Squarepants to the timeless classics of ghosts and princesses, no one left empty handed as the hopes of overflowing treat bags became reality. This year’s theme was “The Haunted Swamp,” where old movie monsters came to life. The resident dining room went through a transformation and staff and volunteers enjoyed entertaining the young and old who dared touring the ‘swamp’. The courtyard also served as a maze to navigate with all kinds of creatures waiting to scare at every turn. Another fun activity included Firelands Regional Medical Center a variation & Gregory Surfield, MD, Plastic & of musical Reconstructive Surgeon, of Firelands chairs that

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offered an opportunity to win cakes and all kinds of delicious confections. The Trick-or-Treating included residents, family members and staff – many of whom who were in costume themselves – lining the halls passing out goodies as the children passed through. The trick-or-treat ran the length of the facility from the entrance all the way through the new rehabilitation center. While the themes may change from year to year, this remains the highlight – the residents always love seeing the children in their costumes. Admiral’s Pointe offers many community involvement opportunitties throughout the year. The annual Halloween event offers area children a free, safe place to enjoy trick-or-treating and other holiday festivities. Marketing Director Adam Eibling said: “As a facility, we love doing events to give back to the community and showcase our facility, and Lisa (activity director Lisa Hudson) really knows how to put on a fantastic show.”

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Milestones OBITUARIES Marian B. Housman Sept. 13, 1942 - Nov. 1, 2010 Marian B. Housman, 68, of Huron, died late Monday evening, Nov. 1, 2010, in Stein Hospice Care Center following a brief illness. She was born Sept. 13, 1942, in Sandusky. Marian worked for Prepared Foods in Sandusky for 22 years and for the last 10 years at Janesville Products in Norwalk. Marian’s greatest joy was spending time with her two grandsons Jacob and Nicholas, and playing bingo. She is survived by her husband, Rex Houseman, whom she married Aug. 26, 1961; two daughters, Betty Jo Moser and Ellen Houseman of Huron; one son, Rex

Houseman Jr. of Lorain; two grandchildren, Jacob and Nicholas Clark; her mother, Helen (Smith) Platte of Norwalk; five brothers, Orville (Paula) Platte, Larry (Tina) Platte, Peter Platte, Dennis (Jeri) Platte and Jim Platte; and several nieces, nephews and other relatives. Marian was preceded in death by her father, Warren Thayer, and stepfather, Orville Platte. Friends may call 4-8 p.m. Thursday at Groff Funeral Home, 1607 E. Perkins Ave., Sandusky, where funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday. The Rev. Rich Henry of the Amherst Church of the Nazarene will officiate. Burial will be in Meadow Green Memorial Park. Memorial contributions may be made to Stein Hospice Service, 1200 Sycamore Line, Sandusky, OH 44870, Cancer Services of Erie County, 505 W Perkins Ave., Sandusky,

OH 44870. Jeff is survived by a son, Tyler Robbins of Condolences may be made at grofffuner- Sandusky; daughter, Tara Robbins of Sanalhomes.com dusky; his father, Jim Robbins of Huron; brother, Rick Robbins of Huron; sister, Deb Jeffrey Scott Robins (Robbins) Allen of Huron; and aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and so many Sept. 10, 1961 - Nov. 1, 2010 Jeffrey Scott Robbins, 49, of Huron, wonderful friends. passed away peacefully Monday, Nov. 1, He was preceded in death by his mother, 2010, in Stein Hospice Care Center after a Judi (Routh) Robbins. Visitation will be 5-8 p.m. Thursday at courageous four-year battle with cancer. He was born Sept. 10, 1961, in Tiffin, Toft Funeral Home & Crematory, 2001 CoOhio, to Jim and Judi (Routh) Robbins. A lumbus Ave., Sandusky, and from 10 a.m. lifelong truck driver, Jeff drove trucks for Friday until a Celebration of Life ceremony more than 30 years, driving for many com- at 11 a.m. at the funeral home. The Rev. Mel Salyer will officiate. panies both locally and long distance. Memorial contributions may be made to Jeff was an ever-loyal fan of The Ohio State Buckeyes, Cleveland Indians and the family in care of the funeral home, or Cleveland Browns. He loved boating, fish- Stein Hospice, 1200 Sycamore Line, Saning, cooking and spending time with his dusky, OH, 44870. Condolences may be shared at toftfh.com. children, family and friends.

Church Chat www.lighthouseagc.org Sunday service—10:30 a.m. Sunday school—9:30 a.m. Adult Bible Study--6 p.m. Sunday. Youth Group—6 p.m. Christ Episcopal Church Sunday 120 Ohio St., Huron Food Pantry—9 a.m.-3 419-433-4701 p.m. Wednesdays; 10 a.m.-2 Sunday—9 a.m. and Adult p.m. Thursdays. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Salvation Army Service Unit— www.christchurchhuron.com 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Thursdays, First Presbyterian Church by appointment only. 225 Williams St., Huron St. Matthew Evangelical 419-433-5018 8:30 a.m. Quiet Service Lutheran Church 15617 Mason Rd., Vermilion with Communion Rev. Dr. Karl Fry, Pastor 9:30 a.m. Christian Learn440-967-9886 ing for Adults and older www.luther ansonline. children 10:45 a.m. Reformed Ser- com/stmattvermlcms Sunday School/ Bible vice, and Sunday School for Study 9:30 children. Nursery provided. Ladies Bible Fellowship 9:15 Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. Grace Orthodox Presbyte-

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St. Peter’s Catholic Church 430 Main St., Huron 419-433-5725 Saturday—5 p.m. Sunday—8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. The Chapel 4444 Galloway Rd., Sandusky 419-627-0208 www.chapel-sandusky.org Saturday service--5 p.m. Sunday service—9 & 11 a.m. Jr. High Youth Group— Sundays 5-6:30 p.m. Sr. High Youth Group— Sundays 7-9 p.m. Latitude group ages 1829—Thursdays, 7 p.m.

Huron United Methodist Church 338 Williams St., Huron 419-433-3984 The Church of Jesus Rev. J. Roger Skelly-Watts Christ of Latter Day Saints 8 a.m. - Praise Service 4511 Galloway Rd., Huron 9 a.m. - Sunday School 419-626-9860 10 a.m. - Celebration Service Bishop: Bill Reel Sacrament service—9:30 Lake Erie Family Church a.m. Sundays Now Meeting at Family History Center Wed. Great Lakes Country Club Thur. 9am-9pm, 1023 South, Main, Huron 10st am-2pm, rd & 3 Sat. 9am-5pm 1 419-775-6334 joehelensprowl@yahoo.com Worship Sunday 10am Pastors Joe & Helen Sprowl Lighthouse Assembly of God Church 820 Cleveland Rd. E., Huron 419-433-8889

Zion Lutheran Church 930 Main St., Huron 419-433-4711 www.zionhuron.org Bible hour 8:15am Worship service 9:30am Sunday School 9:30am

Keeping a Home Inventory Smart Idea BY BRUCE MILLER, STATE FARM® AGENT This one goes in the category of those things we are planning to do when we get the time making or updating a home inventory. It may not sound like an exciting activity, but in the event of a calamity such as a fire, burglary, flood or tornado, a current home inventory can save a lot of time, money and frustration in the insurance settlement process. Take this test. Sit down and try to make a detailed list of what’s in each room of your dwelling. It’s amazingly hard to remember all the “stuff ” that accumulates – wall hangings, curtains, cookware, clothing, sports gear, jewelry, knick-knacks, rugs, clocks, etc. Get the picture? This weekend, go ahead and bite the bullet. Video or photo each room and list major items on paper. Record brand, model, date and amount of purchase, if possible (serial numbers are important on some items). Also, saving receipts on big-ticket items is always a good idea. For antiques and jewelry, written descriptions or appraisals are important. Don’t forget the closets, and remember, even your attic may be full of valuables. You can usually get a home inventory checklist from your insurer. These lists are great tools to help organize your records. Finally, remember to update your inventory every year or so, and keep it in a safe location away from your dwelling. Taking the time to make and update your inventory now, can help you in working with your insurer later and maximizing your recovery should you have the need.

Community Thanksgiving Meal Brought Back to Life In 2008, Christine Morehart became burdened with the reality of local families that may be going without because of job loss, foreclosure or other financial hardships. Something had to be done, and while she knew there was not going to be a cure for every economic woe, there could be relief and help given. Other people who Morehart knew through church felt the same way. So a plan was made to deliver complete, ready-to-cook meals to area families for Thanksgiving. Through pulling resources with friends at the chapel and some help from the Nehemiah Partners of Sandusky to help identify individuals in need, 15 local families were able to be helped that year. In 2009, the push was to grow the outreach so that more families could be helped through having a community meal, but it was not to be. Despite efforts to grow the outreach, doors were shut on the program. It seemed that the community meal would have to wait ... that is until 2010. Pastor Mike Cheek of The Sandusky Community Church of the Nazarene met with the Moreharts to hear about the vision, and accepted the challenge on behalf of his church. So this Thanksgiving, those in need in the community can go the Nazarene church, located at 1617 Milan Road in Sandusky in the former IAB Club. The meal will be held on Thankgiving Day, from 1:30 to 4 p.m., and the meal is free. Cheek introduced Morehart to Rose Bailey from the church, who along with other members, has been instrumental, diligent and visionary in their desire to see this mission come to pass. “The meal will be designed so that people know that God loves them, and that we love them too, and that they are not forgotten.” Morehart told her congregation during services. “We want to serve them in a way so that they leave the experience knowing they are special. We have the goal of feeding 800 people on Thankgiving Day.” Her husband Mark says that regardless of whether people are in a financial poverty, spiritual poverty, or just a poverty of loneliness, the outreach is there to help for a day.

“The needs are increased this year, and even Victory Kitchen (a food provider for the Homeless in Sandusky) has cut back due to a drop in donations. This makes the meal even more important for the community.” On Nov. 4 at Skateworld / Ghostly Manor Thrill Center, a benefit concert will be held, featuring the band “Unforsaken” to help Harvest of the Heart and Victory Kitchen. Also, there has also been a Web site set up for the Celebration of Harvest of the Heart, www.feedsandusky.com. The web page is devoted exclusively to Christ-centered, food based ministries in the area. Anyone who would like to have their ministry listed on the site (for free) can contact the Feed Sandusky group directly through the site. This is a very practical way to reach out and help someone in our community. Families or businesses are welcome to get involved. No good deed is too small. If you want to help or even if you want to be helped, please call Christine at 419 515 0423 or Email to Join@FeedSandusky.com and see how you can serve.

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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

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Chess Open Play Chess for all ages at the library is on Saturdays, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Chess boards are available so bring a friend and play! Also, Chess Classes at the library will be held from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 6, and from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 18. Players of all ages are encouraged to learn this challenging game or improve their skills. Call 419-433-5009 or register online at www.huronlibrary.org.

Teen Library Council The library’s Teen Library Council (TLC) meets Monday, Nov. 8, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. We will work on plans for the gingerbread house, the January talent show, and the February Readathon. Teens in the seventh- through 12th grade who want to be involved should pick up an application at the Circulation or Adult desk.

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The library’s Second Thursday Seminar meets from 6:30 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 11. EHOVE Pastry Chef Ashley Black and senior student Patrick Turnley will demonstrate building a gingerbread house. Learn some tricks of the trade and get inspired to make a gingerbread house to enter in the library’s Gingerbread House Contest. This free program is for adults and children, 10 years and older. Register online at www.huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009.

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Create a gingerbread house at home and enter it in the library’s holiday contest. Bring entries to the library between Friday, Nov. 19 and Tuesday, Nov. 30 for display. Library visitors will cast their votes for their favorites in four divisions; Family (created by several members of a family); Tween (an individual in third- through sixth-grade); Teen (an individual in seventh- through twelfth-grade); or Check out the display of poppers through the Adult (an individual 18 years or older). A prize will be ages and learn all about popcorn in the West Dis- awarded in each division. The winners will be announced play case thanks to Sue Cloak! on Saturday, Dec. 11. For further information, call 419433-5009 or email huron@huronlibrary.org.

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The Board of Trustees of the Huron Public Library grate- Did you know? fully acknowledges a donation in memory of Martha King…You can get answers live, 24 hours a day seven days seed form Marna Muehlhauser and Franklin Sanitation. a week? Visit www.knowitnow.org, Ohio’s live online reference service! Just type in your zip code and you will be conYarnworks nected with a librarian who will answer your question in a The library’s Yarnworks meetings from 6:30 to 8 p.m., chat session. If you supply your email address, you’ll get a Thursday, Nov. 4; and from 10:30 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Nov. transcript of the session. “Know It Now” is a service of the 13, is a group of knitters and crocheters who meet for fun, State Library of Ohio and the local library. food and fellowship. Come share the tips and tricks you have learned in your handiwork. Beginners are welcome. Register online at www.huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009.

Parks & Rec your own pace with 40 minutes of easy, fun and fat-burning Latin infused dance and “Tae-Bo Style” kick-boxing Office location: 110 Wall Street moves. One class per week combines weights with cardio for the ultimate in fat-burning. Tone and strengthen your Mailing address: 417 Main St. arms, legs and abs using weights and resistance. Relieve Phone: 419-433-8487 stress with a relaxing stretch!. Bring a mat, water and two Fax: 419-433-0470 2-5 lb. hand-held weights to feel energized and fantastic. Email: hprd@cityofhuron.org Tuesdays and Thursdays 6-7 p.m. at Woodlands IntermeWebsite: www.huronparks.org diate Fall II -- November 2 - December 9 (off Thanksgiving week) Fall and Winter Fitness Classes Winter I -- January 11 - February 10 *Sign up for any 2 classes and receive $5 off Winter II -- February 22 - March 24 *Sign up for any 3 classes and receive $10 of Spring -- April 5 - May 12 (no classes April 26, 28) Aerobics Classes with Monica Studans Cost: Residents $45/Non-Residents $50 This is the class you have been waiting for! A complete Registration forms available online. and effective workout for all fitness levels! Work out at

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to their Primary Care team NOMS Healthcare is proud to announce the addition of Allison Petznick, D.O. and Matthew Petznick, D.O. to their primary care team.

The playground at Lakefront Park has undergone a major transformation thanks to Huron Parks & Recreation and The Sandusky/Erie County Community Foundation. HPRD and the SECCF joined forces this past spring to replace the timber containment area for the “playground wood fibers” with a concrete material and to add additional playground mulch to enhance the safety of the playground structures. “Safety is our top priority,” said Chris Basting, Huron Parks maintenance manager. Huron Parks & Recreation had applied for and was awarded a $5,000 grant through the Sandusky/Erie County Community Foundation, which made funding for this project possible. HPRD donated the labor to complete the project and the SECCF granted the funds to cover the cost of the materials and to outsource the concrete work, explained Basting.

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Many county residents, city residents, and visitors of all ages have benefited this summer from these upgrades. The concrete containment area will offer longevity from the former deteriorating timbers that often needed replacing. The playground wood fiber surface periodically needs to be added to as over time the fibers are known to blow away, break down, disperse, settle and compact. The wood fibers are more economical and ecologically friendly; however, routine maintenance is required. The City of Huron’s Park System is currently the home to four playground structures: Fabens Park, Lakefront Park, Oklahoma Park and Nickel Plate Beach. Due to the nature of all four park locations and Huron’s reputation for being a “vacation destination”, these parks are in continual use. Parents and children are often seen picnicking and playing during the week while on weekends the parks are filled with large family reunions, sports tournaments and an occasional wedding. “Our gratitude goes out to SECCF who deemed our project worthy of funding. They have helped us in the past and we greatly appreciate their support. Without them we would not have accomplished the entire project,” Basting said.


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Childbirth Class Firelands Regional Medical Center will be offering a four-week Childbirth Preparation class on the following dates: Tuesdays, November 9, 16 and 23, from 6 to 8:30 pm. Childbirth Preparation classes are held at Firelands’ South Campus, 1912 Hayes Avenue, Sandusky. Participants will learn breathing patterns and relaxation exercises to be used during labor and delivery. Induction of labor, medication and anesthesia options, Caesarian birth and recovery will also be discussed. Childbirth classes are taught by experienced obstetrical nurses from Firelands Regional Medical Center with a clinical background focused on contemporary childbirth methods. It is recommended that this course be taken during the last trimester of pregnancy and that expectant mothers select a class that ends at least three weeks before their due date. The cost for the class is $35 per couple. No one will be refused this course due to inability to pay. The Foundation for Firelands provides funding to make this program possible. To register, call 419-557-7840.

Healthcare Provider CPR Courses Firelands Regional Medical Center will offer the Healthcare Provider CPR Certification Course during the following dates in November: · Tuesday November 23 from 8 to 11 am · Tuesday, November 30 from 1:30 to 4:30 pm All classes will be held at Firelands’ South Campus, 1912 Hayes Ave. This Healthcare Provider Course is for medical professionals and students beginning course work in healthcare professions only. The class fee is $40 per person. Those attending will learn adult, child, and infant CPR in cases where there are either one or two rescuers and Obstructed Airway Management for adults, children, and infants. Automated External Defibrillator training is also included. The Foundation for Firelands provides funding to make this program possible. Registration is required and can be made by calling 419557-6740.


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Schools Fall at St. Peter School St. Peter School students are busy with fall sports, fire prevention programs and classroom studies with new teachers.

Fifth-grade cross country runners. New Grade 5 teacher Mrs. Stevens.

Volleyball team grades 4, 5, and 6.

Football players from grades 6 and 7.

Fire Prevention poster contest winners.

Mr Haynes new grade 6 teacher. Grade 7 volleyball team.

EHOVE announces its career tech students EHOVE career tech students for the first nine weeks of 2010-2011. For more information, go to www.EHOVE. net or call 419-499-4663. Dustin Coon, South Central, Auto Body I; Joseph Gerber, Bellevue, Auto Body II; Roy Hinckley, Western Reserve, Auto Tech I; Cody Cantley, St. Marys, Auto Tech II; Jessica Gilliam, Perkins, Career Based Intervention; Gabriel Tipton, Perkins, Career Based Intervention; Caleb Endsley, St. Paul, Carpentry I; Brent Carver, Norwalk, Carpentry II; David Kirk, II,Norwalk,Computer Networking Technology I; Anne Hite, New London, Computer Networking Technology II; Bridget Keegan, Bellevue, Cosmetology I; Lyndi Wright, Perkins, Cosmetology II; Hannah Rumbutis, Perkins, Culinary Arts I; Sean Aldrich, Vermilion, Culinary Arts II; Zebulon Peters, Perkins, Diesel Truck Technol-

ogy I; Dan Young, Vermilion, Diesel Truck Technology II; Mogan Krebs, Huron, Early Childhood Education I; Nathan Andrews, Huron, Early Childhood Education II; Cody Hicks, New London, Electricity I; Amber Harner, New London, Electricity II; Gary Liebenthal, Perkins, Engineering Technology I; Daniel DeChant, St. Marys, Engineering Technology II; Wendy Yates, Vermilion, Public Safety Academy-Firefighter/EMT I; Karen Holmes, Danbury, Public Safety Academy-Firefighter/EMT II; Megan Long, Monroeville, Green Science Technology I; Katlyn Wallen, New London, Health Careers I; Nicole Yeckley, Bellevue, Health Careers II; Carmen Heitsche, Western Reserve, Health Technology I; Brandy Asmus, New London, Health Technology II; Brett Mullins, Huron, Interactive Media Technology I; Peter

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Albrethsen, Vermilion, Interactive Media Technology II; Carrie Eckert, Huron, Marketing Sales & Service I; Jacob Schnee, Bellevue, Marketing Sales & Service II; Jake Galloway, Perkins, MTC I; Kenneth Case, Norwalk, MTC II; Jessie Ratliff, Norwalk, NetWORK; Kyle Kidd, Western Reserve, Public Safety Academy-Criminal Justice I; Wesley Partin, New London, Public Safety Academy-Criminal Justice II; Kayla Krupp, Vermilion, Public Safety Academy-Criminal Justice II; Alexus Smith, Perkins, PSA/FOR; Lindsey Powell, Perkins, Teacher Academy; Bailey Schueler, Edison, Visual Communication Design I; Sean Reineck, Bellevue, Visual Communication Design II

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Rotary Students Joey Bogden, son of Sandy Legando and Jim Bogden, attends Huron High School. His major accomplishments are: Varsity Football Captain, National Honor Society member, 3.7 GPA, Honor Roll student every quarter, 75+ hours of community service, Take college classes through PSEO program. Joey plans on attending The Ohio State University or The University BOGEDN of Toledo. He wants to major in Mechanical Engineering and hopes to find a career in the field. ——— Daniel James Nagy, son of Gary Larizza, attends Huron High School. His major accomplishments are: Voted Captain of the Freshman football team, Nominated to attend the National Youth Leadership forum, Voted into winners committee on the track team, Achieved above a 3.4 cumulative GPA, Persevered through rough childhood, Honor Roll student. Daniel’s future plans and career NAGY goals include graduating from college with at least a 4-year degree. While currently undecided he is self-driven and confident and would love to make advancements in the world we live in. ——— Jacob Hillman, son of Sam and Joy Hillman, attends Huron High School. His major accomplishments are: National Honor Society member; Documented close to 90 hours of community service; First Team All SBC WR in football Junior year; Placed 6th in state in track for 4x400m relay in 2008, Second in 2009; 26 on ACT, 1210 on SAT; 3.68 GPA. Jacob plans to attend college but is undecided where. He wants to pursue a career in business. HILLMAN

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CMA Instructors Learn for their Students EHOVE Adult Education instructors are always looking for the latest ways to give students the skills they need in the work force. Two of EHOVE’s instructors attended the American Association of Medical Assistants conference recently to learn more about topics like the 21st Century classroom; how to create a learning environment for the adult student; and setting up activities to promote critical thinking and interactive learning in the Medical Assistant program. Medical Office Programs Coordina-

tor Tonya Lloyd, BAS, CMA (AAMA) and Lead Clinical Medical Assistant Instructor Terrie Hopkins, CMA (AAMA) attended the conference with other members of the AAMA, a national organization of more than 20,000 members who represent a cross-section of medical office managers, clinical and administrative assistants, medical assisting educators, and other allied health professionals. The CMA (AAMA) credential represents a Certified Medical Assistant who has achieved certification through the

American Association of Medical Assistants. CMAs’ roles include clinical and administrative skills primarily in physician offices. The rapidly increasing demand for CMAs is evidenced by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics’ projection that medical assisting will be one of the fastest growing professions through the year 2014. To find out more about EHOVE’s training opportunities like the Medical Assistant program, go to www.ehove.net or call 419-499-4663.

Sports Huron Defense Restores the Roar with Shutout; Tigers beat Port Clinton, 20-0 Much maligned after last week’s lackluster performance in the loss at home against the Polar Bears, the Huron Tiger’s on-the-road defense came out and proved their mettle against a much improved Port Clinton Redskin team. Coach Legando’s offense also came to play as they would outrun the Redskins by a 164-to-54 yard margin, and in general dominate the time of possession in a 20-0 win. Huron’s victory helped earn the squad a playoff birth and the team will face Elyria Catholic (9-1) next week. The Tigers takes the opening kickoff and immediately marches 77 yards on 16 plays for a touchdown. The score came on a fourth and goal attempt where Bollenbacher shot puts the ball between two defenders and three yards to Sean Fantozz for the 7-0 lead. After a big kickoff return, Port Clinton starts on its own 47-yard line. At first, they easily pick up two first downs. But the Huron defense stiffens and stops the Redskins on downs at the Tiger 21, then gains confidence as they force Port Clinton to punt on the next series. On Huron’s third possession, starting on their own 14, the Tigers again shows outstanding offensive balance as they cut through the hometeam’s defense on an 86 yard drive. QB Brian Bollenbacher tosses a six-yard touchdown pass to # 83 Brandon Krueger with 9:39 left in the first half, to take a 14 - 0 lead. Port Clinton mounts a drive that goes deep into Huron territory late in the first half. Facing fourth down on Huron’s 15-yard line, the Redskins are again forced to give the ball back to the bend-but-don’t-break, Tiger defense. After forcing Huron to go three and out, the home team gets the ball back one more time but with less than

Lady Tennis Players Hosts Biddy Clinic The Lady Tiger Tennis Team will be hosting a Biddy Clinic for girls third- through eighth-grades from 4 to 5:30 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 7, at Baywinds Athletic Club. The clinic will consist of basic tennis instruction and drills with Huron High School Varsity Coach Jeff Skaggs; Baywinds Tennis Pro Doug Linden; and the Lady Tiger Tennis Team. Girls should wear comfortable gym-type clothing and tennis shoes and bring a water bottle and racquet if they have one. The cost of the clinic is $10 and pre-registration is preferred. Call Carolyn at 419-4337547 to register. All proceeds benefit the Huron Lady Tiger Tennis Program.

Fast Pitch Clinic Offered for Coaches There will be a Fast Pitch Pitching Clinic for coaches from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 20 at LaCentre 25777 Detroit Road, Westlake. The clinic is being presented by Leffew Fastpitch, which is owned by Dave Leffew and Amie Leffew. Featured clinicians are Sheila Gulas, head softball coach at Ashland University; and Kris Lewandoski, owner and trainer of Sports Performance Institute. Topics to be covered include: Fundamentals; Movement Pitches; Drills; Physical Training; Preparing to pitch in college; and Mental aspects. Cost for preregistration is $50 (includes lunch) to Leffew Fastpitch 548-C North Center St. Lagrange, OH 44050. Cost at the door is $60.. For more information, contact Dave Leffew at pitching@apk.net or 440647-2992; or Amie Leffew at amieleeis@gmail.com or 440-242-9796.

WR Brandon Krueger catches one of his team-leading six receptions of the night. a minute left, throws an interception to Kyle Pisano that essentially ends the first half. The Tigers’ first possession of the second half began deep in their own territory with 9:36 left in third quarter. The big play was a nifty reverse run by Jake Hilman that gives his team a big first down on the Port Clinton 30-yard line. After a pass completion to Brandon Krueger (six receptions for 72 yards), Huron attempts a 40-yard field goal that goes wide right. The Tiger defense – that seems to get stronger as the game goes on – forces PC into a three and out scenario. Huron takes over on its 44 with 4:12 left in the third

period. The offense looks sharp moving briskly to the Redskin nine-yard line. A couple plays later, Bollenbacher runs the ball in from seven yards away for the final score of the evening, 20-0. While the Tiger defense continues to shut down the Port Clinton offense, Huron running-backs led by Justin Hicks chew up clock the rest of the way. Hicks finishes with 77 yards on 24 carries. On two reverses, Jake Hillman adds 32 rushing yards to his 30 receiving yards on four catches. Huron intercepts the PC quarterback three times on the night, including two drive killers late in the third quarter.

A Few Minutes with… Hannah Figgins Q: How did you develop an interest ron volleyball? in playing volleyball? A: I feel very lucky to not only play A: When I was little my dad and I on a talented team, but to be able to work and play for Coach Wood. Coach Wood’s success is not luck; he is committed year-round to ensure Huron has a competitive team on the floor every year. Q: If you weren’t playing volleyball, what would you be doing with your time? A: Honestly I do not know. I cannot imagine a life where I don’t play volleyball. Q: Who is the hardest or toughest hitter you have ever defended against? Either opposition, JO, or your own team. A: Easily the hardest hitter I have ever defended was Caitlynn Leary, who graduated from Parma Padua Fransiscan last year and went on to play for Ohio State. Q: What other activities are you involved in during the school year? A: In the winter I participate in used to play volleyball together in the swimming. back yard; he taught me if you can Q: What are your plans following touch the ball you can keep it in play. the Huron High School years? Q: What position do you play on A: I plan to attend Bowling Green the team and what are your strengths State University in the fall and pursue at the position? a degree in Nursing. A: I am a defensive specialist and Q: Tell me something that you want my strengths are my unwillingness to to try/see/go to that you never have let the ball hit the floor. I will stop at and why? nothing to keep a ball in play. A: After I graduate I would like to go Q: Other than winning the state on a road trip across the country. title, what your favorite part of Hu-

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Health & Wellness Fisher-Titus Medical Center Blood Pressure and Glucose Screenings Fisher-Titus Medical Center nurses will offer free blood pressure and glucose screenings to the public in November at various locations throughout local communities. Times and locations include: From 9:30-11:30 a.m. Monday, Nov. 8 at Milan Public Library, 19 E. Church St. From Noon-2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 8 at Berlin Heights Public Library, 4 E. Main St. From 10 a.m.–1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 18 at Schild’s IGA, 171 Milan Ave., Norwalk From 9:30-11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 24 at Milan Internal Medicine, 11 Front St. From 6:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (closed noon – 1 p.m.) Monday-Friday, FisherTitus Specialty Services, 111 E. Main St., New London.

Support programs All support groups are free and open to the general public. The Alzheimer’s Support Group will meet from 3:304:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 18. For more information, please call the hospital at (419) 660-2117, Ext. 6379. The Breastfeeding Support Group is offered in conjunction with the Women, Infant and Children (WIC) Clinic. Support group meets every Tuesday from 11 a.m.-noon. Tuesday, Nov. 9, Nov. 16, Nov. 23 and Nov. 30, FTMC Maternity Unit-fourth floor. For more information, call the WIC Clinic office at 419-668-6855. The Caring and Sharing Cancer Support Group: For more information, please call the hospital at 419-660-2117, Ext. 6417. The Diabetes Support Group will meet from 6-7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 17. “Holiday Cooking.” Reservations required. For more information, call (419) 660-2596. The Healthy Hearts Support Group: For more information, call (419) 6602600. The Multiple Sclerosis Support Group will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 9 at Sheri’s Coffee House, 27 Whittlesey Ave. For more information, call (419) 6602509. The Stroke Support Group: For more information, call (419) 660-2700.

care of their newborns during this informative childbirth education class at Fisher-Titus Medical Center. The class covers topics such as: signs and stages of labor, breastfeeding vs. bottle feeding, car seat safety and basic newborn care. Classes will be held from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Thursdays, Nov. 4–Nov. 18 or from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Saturdays, Nov. 6-Nov. 20. For more information and to register, call Fisher-Titus Medical Center at (419) 660-2646.

Happiest Baby on the Block Fisher-Titus Medical Center, Erie-Huron County WIC services and Help Me Grow will offer The Happiest Baby on the Block course in the Norwalk area. The course, primarily for parents-to-be, and parents/ caregivers of babies, age birth to four months old, provides information on techniques to help calm and comfort babies. The techniques also can help babies increase their sleep at night. The national curriculum will be taught by Happiest Baby on the Block Certified Educators and FTMC registered nurses Julie Flesher and Beth Schnellinger. Class will be held from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 9 at the Help Me Grow OfficeSarah’s House, 130 Shady Lane Drive, Norwalk. For more information and to register, call the hospital at (419) 660-2117, Ext. 6560.

Advanced Cardiac Life Support Fisher-Titus Medical Center is offering an Advanced Cardiac Life Support Provider Course for healthcare professionals from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 9 and from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 11 at the hospital, 272 Benedict Ave., Norwalk. Participants must have a current CPR card. To register or for more information, call (419) 660-2117, Ext. 6560.

Pediatric CPR and First Aid Course

Fisher-Titus Medical Center is offering a Pediatric CPR and First Aid course from 4:30 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 9 at the hospital, 272 Benedict Ave., Norwalk. Participants will learn how to recognize and treat pediatric emergencies Childbirth Edu- until advanced medical perarrive. To register or cation Classes sonnel for more information, call Expectant parents can 419-660-2117, Ext. 6560. prepare for the birth and

Firelands Regional Medical Center Sibling Class Firelands is offering a Sibling Class, a course designed to prepare older brothers or sisters for the arrival of a new baby, on Saturday, November 6 from 10 to 11:30 am, at Firelands’ Main Campus, 1111 Hayes Ave. Children between the ages of 3 and 8 will tour the obstetrics area to see the nursery, along with parents who will see the labor, delivery, and recovery units. The children will make a gift for the new baby and will practice handling the newborn with a life-sized doll. Families will also receive helpful information on what to expect when the new baby arrives. Each child must be accompanied by an adult. Families are encouraged to attend during the mother’s last three months of pregnancy. The fee is $10 per family. The Foundation for Firelands provides funding to make this program possible. To register, call 419-557-7840.

4 pm. The class will be held at Firelands Regional Medical Center’s South Campus, 1912 Hayes Avenue, Sandusky. Young adults, age 11 years or older, will learn important safety information and responsibility guidelines when caring for younger children. A certificate of attendance will be awarded to those who complete the class. The fee for the two-day course, which includes books and materials, is $30. Class size is limited. Pre-registration is required by calling 419-557-7840.

Diabetes Support Group

The next meeting of the Firelands Regional Medical Center Diabetes Support Group will be held at 4 p.m., Monday, Nov. 8 at 4 pm in the Cardiac Rehabilitation Education Room located at Firelands’ Main Campus, 1111 Hayes Ave., Sandusky. The group is a monthly support and educational program for people and family members affected by diabetes. The Learn Skills for Foundation for Firelands provides funding to make Babysitting Firelands will be offering this program possible. For the American Red Cross Bab- more information, call 419ysitting Course on Saturday, 557-6995. November 6, from 8:30 am to

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HURON HOMETOWN NEWS | Thursday, November 4, 2010

LOOK WHO’S COMING TO YOUR TOWN!

Come see Dora and Boots from Dora the Explorer LIVE in person! This Saturday Noon - 4pm

They will be making appearances every 20 minutes Wayne St.

Water St.

Market St. Value City Furniture

419-626-4131

Corner of Wayne & Market Downtown Sandusky


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HURON HOMETOWN NEWS | Thursday, November 4, 2010

HURON HOMETOWN NEWS | Thursday, November 4, 2010

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Help us Pack a Pick-up!

Saturday Nov. 6th 10:00am-4:00pm at Bassett’s Port Clinton location Brought to you by The Beacon , WPCR and Bassett’s Market in Port Clinton

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thes e an The d all o y all ther sides at the Bassett’s Food mak Fair e grea t sides for upcoming holiday meals & part ies!

As featured in our Thanksgiving To-Go Dinner... • Homemade Mashed Potato Caserole • Homemade Two Potato Gratin • Homemade Cranberry Relish • Homemade Broccoli Toss

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Stop aker y - Fresh Baked Goodness Ever y by day! Pump and sample our Foccia Bread, Cinnamon Rolls, kin Bre ad and Pumpkin Pie on November 6th!

US DA I nspe cted Grade A

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lb. .03 per lb.

Save $1

Honest Tea $9.60/case $0.80/unit for a 10/$10 retail.

Bring in non-perishable food items to fill a pick-up truck donated by Baumann Chevrolet Dontations will be given to Fish & Loaves in Bellevue & Ottawa County Holiday Bureau

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