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EHOVE Scholarship Dinner Tickets Available Tickets for the Sandusky Bay Area Chefs Association 10th Annual Scholarship Dinner are still available. The event will be held on Jan. 23 at Sawmill Creek Resort in Huron. Area chefs and Culinary Arts students from EHOVE Career Center’s high school and adult programs collaborate to plan, prepare and serve an elaborate gourmet menu for members
of the public who wish to support the scholarship fund. Tickets are $45 apiece. The Sandusky Bay Area Chefs Association Inc. has applied for federal non-profit (501c3) tax exempt status and was formed to promote culinary excellence in the Firelands area. The SBACA is affiliated with the American Culinary Federation, a national organization that
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On Tuesday, Jan. 5 at the Huron City School’s Board Office, Kevin Asher attended his first meeting as a Huron City School Board member. Asher ran uncontested for the position this past November, replacing Joy New School Board Hillman. “I ran for a Member Kevin Asher simple reason – to give back to a school system and a community that has given me and my family so much. Now that the family business has been sold and my children have grown, I have the time, and feel the obligation to help what is a solid and well-run school,” said Asher. Asher said his goal is to build on the foundation that the current Board has laid – a foundation that has helped Huron achieve the “Excellence with Distinction” recognition. “The school system has outstanding teachers and administrators, a supportive community, and leadership that has transformed this school system from State control to ‘Excellent with Distinction,’ ” Asher said. The new board member would like to see the school system expand its community partnerships with the Huron Eagles, ICI Glidden and Kalahari. He would also like to see the system upgrade its course offerings, its facilities, and its relationship with the community as a whole, while working with the school’s staff. “The current staff is the reason the school system is outstanding. Hiring the best and the brightest will only add to the high standards that already exist,” Asher said. “Secondly, and
as important, keeping the school system’s financial house in order is a must. This is especially important in times when funding for schools like Huron get cut by the Federal and State government. Making sound financial decisions and getting help from partners in the community will help keep us in the sound financial condition we currently enjoy. Thirdly, keeping the community apprised of what issues the school is facing, what our future plans for the school may be, and how we plan to get where we have our sights set will help keep the community as the most important partner we have. Knowing where we want to go and how to get there and keeping the community in that loop fosters cooperation that is invaluable.” Asher has been involved throughout the community in many ways. Over the past 15 years, he has coached basketball for Huron and is currently the eighth-grade girls’ coach. Other areas throughout the community Asher has been involved include the Jaycees, the K of C, the Huron Schools Community Board, and the Saunders-Foss Memorial Golf Scramble. Asher’s wife, Anne, teaches middle school science at St. Peter’s in Huron. He has two children: Monica, the new Athletic Director at Huron High School; and Nick, a mechanical engineer. Asher has worked for Marinas International at Lakefront Marina in Port Clinton after 25 years with The Asher Bros. Company in Sandusky. Prior to earning his Juris Doctor degree from Syracuse University College of Law in 1981, Asher had graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University majoring in economics and political science in 1978. Asher is a 1974 Huron High School graduate. As Asher is beginning his term with the board of education, Joy Hillman is stepping off. Hillman had served on the board for the past four years and had made a personal/family decision
not to re-run. “So many good things have happened over the past four years,” said Hillman, former school board president. “One of the most memorable in my tenure for the board is achieving the “Excellent with Distinction” status.” It has been a great four years. We have had a very cohesive board that has accomplished a lot. The Superintendent, the Treasurer ... all have contributed, the system has benefited greatly.” Hillman’s School Board career began when she was the Deputy Treasurer several years back for the 8.9 mil levy that removed the District from fiscal emergency. Her duties of drumming up support throughout the community, opening lines of communication and the challenge of gaining back the mistrust that had occurred lit a fire from within and encouraged her to run. Right out of the gate the board was faced with one of their greatest challenges – learning how to recover from fiscal emergency. They needed to work together with the community, the staff and each other to overcome some major relationship issues that had developed over time. “This board was instrumental in improving relationships,” Hillman said. Hillman takes particular pride in her personal hand in ‘weighted grades’ for high school students. A ‘weighted grade’ is when an Honors or an AP class is worth more points toward a GPA than a basic class. This weight potentially could raise the GPA to a higher number, depending on the outcome of the class and the number of Honors or AP classes taken. Colleges and Universities look closely at both weighted and non-weighted grade point averages. Hillman wishes the schools continued growth and improvement. “They are well run right now and I think Kevin will do a good job continuing on with this board,” Hillman said.
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Around Town FTMCâ€™s Kidsâ€™ Autism Program Teams with Norwalk Theater to Offer Movie Fisher-Titus Medical Centerâ€™s Autism Spectrum Kids program has teamed up with Premiere Theater 8 in Norwalk to bring families and children with autism and other disabilities a unique private showing of the movie â€œAlvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel.â€? The movie will be adapted to be a â€œsensory friendlyâ€? film, and will be shown at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 16 at Premiere Theater 8, 50 Theater Drive, Norwalk. Children on the autism spectrum and with other disabilities can be oversensitive to light and sound, making it difficult for them to enjoy a typical movie showing. â€œDuring sensory friendly films the sound is turned down, the lights remain on, and there are no previews or trailers,â€? said Dani Davie, occupational and sensory integration certified therapist at FTMC. â€œThese modifications create a sensory friendly environment that will decrease the likelihood that the child will become overstimulated.â€? In regular movie showings, children are expected to remain
seated and stay still and quiet for up to two hours, a task that can be very difficult for children on the autism spectrum. â€œAt our sensory friendly film, children will be able to talk, sing, dance, walk around, move and take a break as needed,â€? said Lindsey Soisson, speech-language pathologist and FTMCâ€™s special programs coordinator. Children will be able to bring in their own gluten-free, caseinfree, or other special snacks if on restricted diets, but the concession stand will also be open. â€œWe realize that children with autism and other disabilities have unique challenges in regards to social and community activities, and often may not get to join their families and friends at the theater,â€? Soisson said. â€œThis type of adapted showing gives these children the opportunity to enjoy a movie with their families in a safe and accepting environment.â€? Children on the autism spectrum often have difficulty transitioning to new places and activities. To help prepare the chil-
dren for the movie experience For more information on a â€œGoing to the Movieâ€? social story has been created. This the sensory friendly social story will be mailed out showing of â€œAlvin and the to the ASK mailing list, will Chipmunks: The be at the theater, and is also Squeakquel,â€? or any of available upon request to anyFTMCâ€™s pediatric programs, one who will be attending the contact Lindsey Soisson at event. 419-663-1975, Ext. 3040. Introduced to the community in 2001, ASK is a program of Fisher-Titus Medical Centerâ€™s Pediatric Therapy Department. It is a program designed to help families and children living with autism spectrum disorder by offering educational seminars, referral resources, phone consultation, outreach programs, classes for children and families, and promotion of autism awareness.
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â€˜Russian Duoâ€™ opens cultural windows Firelands Symphony Orchestra will present â€œRussian Duo,â€? an interactive musical program aimed at children preschool through grade 4, in a free concert at 2 p.m. Jan. 31 at Adams Junior High School, Sandusky. The concert will introduce the audience to the folk music, traditional instruments, dance and costumes of Old Russia. A free workshop demonstrating traditional folk dances will take place on stage at 1 p.m. â€œRussian Duoâ€? is an international project, born out of a love of traditional music and classical elegance. Balalaika virtuoso Oleg Kruglyakov and pianist Terry Boyarsky team up for exuberant presentations of soulful, passionate music. Their program highlights the mysterious sounds of the balalaika â€“ a native Russian instrument with three strings and a characteristic triangular body â€“ underscored by the full expressive range of the piano. Featuring vocals and Russian percussion, they draw from Russian folk music, romances, dances, classical music, gypsy melodies and songs.
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BY JUDGE BILL STEUK, HURON MUNICIPAL COURT With bad weather conditions ahead this winter, motor vehicle accidents will occur in our area. Many of these accidents will be a result of an operator of a motor vehicle crashing into the back of a vehicle traveling in the same direction ( the rear-end collision). Many times when a police officer investigates this kind of accident, he issues a citation to the driver of the vehicle who rear-ended the other for failing to maintain an assured clear distance ahead or ACDA. The applicable statute under the Ohio Revised Code is 4511.21(A). It reads as follows: No person shall operate a motor vehicle, trackless trolley, or streetcar at speed greater or less than is reasonable or proper, having due regard to the traffic, surface, and width of the street or highway and any other conditions, and no person shall drive any motor vehicle, trackless trolley or streetcar in and upon any street or highway at a greater speed than will permit the person to bring it to a stop within the assured clear distance ahead. In the case of a rear-end collision, if a driver approaches another vehicle from the rear, the driver must be able to bring the car to a stop to avoid a collision. If a collision does occur, the driver can be charged with ACDA and could be responsible to the other driver for bodily injuries or property damage. It is important
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Milestones OBITUARY Dorothy Louise McDonald April 24, 1918-Jan. 7, 2010
Dorothy Louise McDonald, 91, of Huron entered into the presence of her Savior, Thursday, Jan. 7, 2010, in Erie County Care Facility. Born April 24, 1918, in Detroit, Mich., she was a 1936 graduate of Northwestern High School. She attended both St. Paul Bible College in St. Paul, Minn., and Nyack Missionary College in Nyack, N.Y. She married Charles Owen McDonald in 1943. They resided in the Detroit and Troy, Mich., areas until the late 1970â€™s, at which time they moved to Sandusky. Dorothy was a member of Sandusky Christian and Missionary Alliance Church where she was an active member teaching Sunday School, playing the piano and singing in the choir. Dorothy is survived by her four children, daughters, Denise Louise, (David Michael) Rowe of St. Paul and Lois Jean Patillo of Buchanan, Mich.; sons, James Owen (Carol) McDonald of Vermilion and Charles Timothy (Carolyn) McDonald of Vancouver, Wash.; 13 grandchildren; 6 greatgrandchildren; sister, Naomi Zellmer of Louisiana; and brother, David Jueckstock of Georgia. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles, in 1993; parents, Mable (Wells) and Gustav Jueckstock; two
brothers in child birth and brothers Jack and Harry Jueckstock; and sisters, Geraldine Ivory of California and Carol Brocklehurst of Michigan. Dorothy lived a full and rich life. She was never rich in earthly possessions, but she possessed an infectious zest for life and an unshakable faith that touched all who came in contact with her. A celebration of her life was held Saturday in Sandusky Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, 1135 Warren St., Sandusky. Burial will be in Meadow Green Memorial Park, Huron. Arrangements entrusted to Groff Funeral Homes, Sandusky. Condolences may be shared with Dorothyâ€™s family by visiting grofffuneralhomes.com.
Mary D. (Cermak) Dietrick Jan. 22, 1919-Jan. 9, 2010
Mary D. (Cermak) Dietrick, 90, residing in Erie County Care Facility, Huron, and formerly at Bauer Avenue passed away early Saturday morning, Jan. 9, 2010, following a lengthy illness. She was born Jan. 22, 1919, in Glen Dower, Pa. She was a 1937 graduate of Cass Township High School. She retired from New Departure Hyatt in 1974, following 25 years of service. She operated Dietrickâ€™s Tourist Home for many years. Mary was a member of Columbus Avenue United Meth-
odist Church, a 25-year charter member of Vacationland Travel Trailers, and served as a volunteer at the former Good Samaritan Hospital. While living in Pennsylvania, she obtained her airplane pilotâ€™s license and was the first woman to solo in Schuylkill County, Pa. She is survived by two daughters, Barbara (Chuck) Troike and Mary (Ben) Buser of Sandusky; seven grandchildren and nine-great grandchildren; a sister, Anna Conville of Pottsville, Pa.; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Chester Ellsworth, in 1997; a son, Chester â€œEllsâ€? Dietrick in 1962; her parents, George and Anna (Kubach) Cermak; and seven brothers, George Cermak, Michael Cermak, John Cermak, Joseph Cermak, Alex Nemeth, Stephen Nemeth and John Nemeth. Friends were able to call from 4-7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Groff Funeral Home, 1607 E. Perkins Ave., Sandusky, where funeral services were at 11 a.m. Wednesday with the Rev. Barbara Stephens-Rich officiating. Entombment will be in Oakland Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Columbus Avenue United Methodist Church, 2401 Columbus Ave., Sandusky, OH 44870; Stein Hospice, 1200 Sycamore Line, Sandusky, OH 44870; or Erie County Care Facility, 3916 Perkins Ave., Huron, OH 44839. Condolences may be shared with her family at groffuneralhomes.com.
Church Chat The Huron United Methodist Church, 338 Williams St., Huron, invites women of all ages and stages to revive their spirits, refresh their souls and renew their passion for Christ when the Womenâ€™s Speaker Series REVIVE, REFRESH, RENEW! resumes this Saturday, Jan. 16, from 8:15 to 9:15 a.m. in the churchâ€™s Fellowship Hall. Speaker will be the Rev. Barbara Stephens-Rich. Doors will open at 8 a.m. and coffee and refreshments will be served. Attendees are encouraged to bring a friend. The church is handicapped accessible, and the event is free and open to the public. ---------Zion Lutheran Church, 930 Main St., Huron has new
Services Directory Christ Episcopal Church 120 Ohio St., Huron 419-433-4701 Sundayâ€”9 a.m. and Adult Sunday School 10:30 a.m. www.christchurchhuron.com First Presbyterian Church 225 Williams St., Huron 419-433-5018 8:30 Early Service 9:30 Sunday School 10:45 Late Service Grace Orthodox Presbyterian Church Kalahari Resort, Nia Convention Center Rt. 250, Huron 419-271-3934 firstname.lastname@example.org www.graceop.org Worshipâ€”Sunday 4:00 p.m.
worship times. There is an adult Bible study at 8:15 a.m. led by Pastor Ray Vance. There is one worship service conducted at 9:30 a.m. Children begin the worship with their families, but are dismissed to attend Sunday School while the adults remain in worship. ---------Chinese Mystery Dinner. The youth of Zion Lutheran Church, 930 Main St., Huron are hosting an evening of fun and laughter as well as good food at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 23. The youth will be serving a three-course meal in the most unusual and fun way as well as conducting a silent auction and a slave auction. All the proceeds will go to funding the activities and projects of the Youth Group.
Holy Trinity Anglican 419-433-4156 Church Sundayâ€”10 a.m., and 1608 St. Rt. 113, Milan; nursery available. 419-499-3683 Sunday schoolâ€”10 a.m. for Rev. Dr. John C. Jordan K-6th grade. Worship and Holy Commuâ€œGroundedâ€? youth group nionâ€”Sunday, 10:30 a.m. for grades 6-12â€”Sundays, 6:30-8:00 p.m. Huron United Methodist 3-5 grade Boys Youth Church Groupâ€”Sundays, 6-7:30 p.m. 338 Williams St., Huron 3-5 grade Girls Youth 419-433-3984 Groupâ€”Sundays, 6-7:30 p.m. www.huronumc.org â€œThe Biggest Loserâ€? camOn Sundays: paign drive focuses on weight 8 a.m. - Praise Service/Soul loss, new visitors and faithAnchors Praise Band fulness in attendance. Call 9 a.m. - Sunday School Pastor Brenton for more in-Kindergarten thru Adult formation. 10 a.m. - Celebration Service/pipe organ and choir Lighthouse Assembly of 6:30 p.m. - Junior High God Church Confirmation Class 820 Cleveland Rd. E., Huron 6:30 p.m. - Senior High 419-433-8889 HYM www.lighthouseagc.org Refreshments and NursSunday serviceâ€”10:30 a.m. ery are available all Sunday Sunday schoolâ€”9:30 a.m. morning. Adult Bible Study--6 p.m. Sunday. Lifepoint Youth Groupâ€”6 p.m. 539 Cleveland Rd. W., Huron Sunday
Food Pantryâ€”9 a.m.-3 Saturday service--5:00 p.m. Zion Lutheran Church p.m. Wednesdays; 10 a.m.-2 Sunday serviceâ€”9:00 and 930 Main St., Huron p.m. Thursdays. 11:00 a.m. 419-433-4711 Salvation Army Service Jr. High Youth Groupâ€” www.zionhuron.org Unitâ€”10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Sundays 5-6:30 p.m. Bible hour 8:15am Thursdays, by appointment Sr. High Youth Groupâ€” Worship service 9:30am only. Sundays 7-9:00 p.m. Sunday School 9:30am Latitude group ages 1829â€”Thursdays, 7:00 p.m. St. Matthew Evangelical Lutheran Church The Church of Jesus Christ 15617 Mason Rd., Vermilion of Latter Day Saints Rev. Dr. Karl Fry, Pastor 4511 Galloway Rd., Huron 440-967-9886 419-626-9860 www.lutheransonline.com/ Please keep us up to date on all of Bishop: Bill Reel stmattvermlcms Sacrament serviceâ€”9:30 Sunday School/ Bible Study your church services and events. We a.m. Sundays 9:30 may History not know about your events unFamily Center Wed. Ladies Bible Fellowship 9:15 am-2pm, Thur. 9am-9pm, Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. 10less you tell us! Email Connie@huron1st & 3rd Sat. 9am-5pm hometownnews.com. St. Peterâ€™s Catholic Church 430 Main St., Huron 419-433-5725 Saturdayâ€”5 p.m. Sundayâ€”8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
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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 Sun. Closed
Job & Career Accelerator™ provides personalized, stepby-step job search assistance – from exploring and matching suitable occupations from more than 1,000 detailed occupation profiles; to finding available jobs from a database of more than 5 million up-to-date job postings. With Job & Career Accelerator, someone can easily create professional and effective resumes and cover letters, master interviewing and networking techniques, improve work skills, and prepare for occupation-related exams. It also helps with planning, tailoring and tracking progress for multiple job searches, while providing expert advice and tips at every step of the way. Visit www.huronlibrary.org and click on Job & Career Accelerator to start. The Huron Public Library’s Second Thursday Seminar will be held at 7 p.m. tonight – Thursday, Jan. 14. The State
of the City address will be presented by City Manager Andrew White. White will share with the community the accomplishments of the City Council during 2009 and plans for 2010. The event is free and open to the public. 2010 Winter Storytimes at the Huron Public Library began Tuesday, Jan. 12 and will run through Wednesday, Feb. 17. Lapsit for children up to 2 ½ years with caregiver will be held on Tuesdays at 10:15 a.m. or Wednesdays at 11 a.m. Registration is required by calling 419-433-5009. Toddler Time for children 2 ½ to 3 ½ years with caregiver will be held on Tuesdays at 11 a.m. or Wednesdays at 10:15 a.m. No registration is required. Storytime for children 3 ½ to 5 years on their own will be held on Tuesdays or Wednesdays at 1:30 pm. No registration is required. Family Storytime will be held at 6p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 20. No registration is required. Open Play Chess for all ages at the Huron Public Library is from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturdays. Chess boards are available. Bring a friend and play. Chess Instruction will be from 4 to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 20. Call 419433-5009 or email email@example.com to register.
The Huron Public Library’s Mystery Book Group will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 20 to discuss “An Ice Cold Grave” by Charlaine Harris. After surviving a lightning strike at the age of 15, Harper Connelly began to know where corpses were located. Old corpses and new corpses all called to her, letting her know where they were buried. As an adult Harper is asked to use her gift to locate a missing boy. The problem arises when more than one boy’s body calls to her, all in the same area. Order your copy today online at www.huronlibrary.org, email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 419-433-5009. The Book Exchange will meet at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 14 to discuss “Nuclear Winter Wonderland” by Joshua Cobin. Call the library at 419-433-5009 or visit www.huronlibrary.org to request a copy of the book. Did you know? … The Huron Public Library processed 427 passport applications in 2009? The library is a passport Acceptance Agency. Visit www.huronlibrary.org for more information on applying for a passport and online forms.
Parks & Rec Huron Parks and Recreation Office location: 110 Wall Street Mailing address: 417 Main St. Phone: 419-433-8487 Fax: 419-433-0470 Email: email@example.com Website: www.huronparks.org
All Huron Parks and Recreation Programs require PreRegistration unless otherwise noted. Registration forms are available on the website or at our office. Please sign up early to avoid cancellation of programs due to low enrollment! Call our office for information or visit our website for details on programs. Indoor Soccer The Huron Parks and Recreation department and the
Huron High School soccer programs have teamed up to Session II - January 12th – February 11th bring an exciting new soccer program “indoors” this year! Session III - February 23rd – April 1st The program will offer kids the opportunity to work on their skills, play small sided games and most importantly, Winter Aerobics have fun. Sign up now – sessions are filling fast! For addiTuesdays & Thursdays 6pm-7pm at Woodlands Elementional information, call our office at 419.433.8487. tary. Location: Shawnee Elementary Cost: Residents $45 / non-Residents $50 per session. Days: Tuesdays & Thursdays ($10 discount if you sign up for more than one session) Time: 5:00pm – 8:00pm Pre-registration required using the general Program RegGrades: K-6th grades istration form. K - 2nd grades – 5:00pm-5:45pm Session I- January 14th-Feb 16th (Starts on Thursday!!) 3rd - 4th grades – 6:00pm-6:50pm Session II- Feb 23rd- March 25th 5th - 6th grades – 7:00pm-8:00pm Spring Session- April 13th-May 13th Cost: $40/per session.
Gardening with Mary The Garden in Winter MARY STRAYER, MASTER GARDENER Look outside your windows – with all this snow and all the new snow that is forecast – and notice the garden as it stands barren and white. Watch it carefully as the snow piles up. Is there someplace you would like to have an architectural element, a statue, a new shrub to give the garden even more shape and form? Look at
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Sports Tiger Men Go 2-1 in SBC over the Week Coach Bobby James’ Varsity Boys team had a busy first week back from the holiday break. The Tigers opened the week at home with an exciting, last-second win over the Margaretta Polar Bears. That set up a showdown between the No. 1 (Port Clinton) and 2 (Huron) teams in the SBC. At Port Clinton, the Tigers ran into a very talented, physical team that gave Huron their second conference loss of the season. Undaunted, the Tigers came right back the following night and returned to their winning ways with a victory at Edison. There were two exciting contests that Monday night against the visiting Polar Bears. First, the JV contest went into overtime with Margaretta coming out on top, 45-44. Then, the Huron varsity started slowly by spotting the well-coached Bears a 10-4 lead early in the main event. Tiger wing, Derek Dowell, would hit the Derek Dowell makes a nice head home team’s first six points, fake against the Polar bears and but otherwise, Huron was then puts in the lay-up.
cold from the field. The Tigers finally tied the Port Clinton mounted game at 16 a piece with 3:41 left in the half, afa quick 10 – 1 run in ter Brian Bollenbacher scored on a lay-up. The the middle of the first low-scoring game went into the break with the period to take a 12-5 Tigers up 22-20 following a Zach Grieves lay-in. lead. But Huron fought The Tigers would do a nice job most of the night back, with two straight patiently working their offense to find lay-ups or baskets inside by Bowshort jumpers. ers and a short jumper To open the second half, the Tigers went on a by Eric Volz to make 10-3 run, thanks in large part to playing very it 17-13 at the end of solid man-to-man defense and the inside moves the first quarter. The of center Steve Bowers. The final three minutes Tigers opened the secof the third period saw the Bears begin to slowly ond quarter with buckbattle their way back into the game, 36-29. Huets by Volz and Dowell ron turned the ball over twice in a row early in the to close within two fourth to allow the visitors to close within three, points with 5:41 left in 36-33. With 1:19 left, Margaretta would hit a short the half. Following a jumper to make it 39-38 Huron. With 35 seconds timeout, Port Clinton left, the Polar Bears made a free throw to tie the quickly struck with a game at 39. The Tigers then decide to play for the 13-4 run to close out final shot. Margaretta tips an errant pass out of Port Clinton defenders close the second stanza up bounds with 11 seconds left. After a Tiger timeout in on Huron’s Derek Dowell. 32-21. Steve Bowers – despite being covered at the top During the latter half, left corner of the key – squares himself and man- the Tigers could never really get the stops they needed conages a last second 15-footer to give Huron the vic- sistently to make a real run. Huron would score 13 points tory. Bowers led Tigers with 14 points, while Dowell in the third period – including a last second 3-pointer by added 12 of his own. Bollenbacher – but PC would score 18. In the final quarter, The first major SBC showdown of the season pit- the Redskins outscored the Tigers only 16-15. Bowers would ted Huron visiting Port Clinton on Friday night. again lead the way with 16 points, ten of which were in the Again, another exciting JV game went the wrong way first half. Brandon Poorman added 11 while Eric Volz hit 9. for the Tigers, 51-49. Cody Crandall had 16 points The following night at Milan, the 5-4 Tigers defeated the while Drew Enderle added 14 in the reserve effort. 5-4 Edison Chargers. Senior Zach Grieves helped Huron get As the Varsity game opened, both squads came back to its winning ways by scoring 12 points. Eric Volz out playing tough, quick man-to-man defenses. contributed nine points to the conference win.
Huron Girls Still Winless in SBC Chargers Defeat Tigers, 48-32 in warm-ups and she did not play. Backup point guard, Gina Munafo, always a bundle of energy on the floor, has come in to do a respectable job filling in at point guard. Alexis Lemar has also been filling in for Estel. Still, the Tigers are very susceptible to the press and the Chargers gave them a full dose of it all game long. When the Tigers ran their offense, they got good looks but could not hit the shots. Huron was held scoreless for more than four minutes in the first quarter until Volz hit a three-point shot with an Edison defender in her face. A minute later, Munafo would find Volz for another two. Still, the Chargers would finish the opening period up 147. The closest Huron would get to a victory came at the opening of second quarter when feisty point guard, Alexis Lemar, would make two steals and two buckets to close the margin to 14-11. Edison would hit a free throw, and then at the 5:12 mark, Volz would hit her second of three 3-pointers to again get Huron within three points, 17-14. Unfortunately, the Chargers would hold the Tigers to two points the remainder of the half to open up a 25-16 lead. Edison continued to roll during the third period, outscoring the visitors 12-7, to widen the margin, 37-23. Early in the fourth, Huron’s last gasp came when Volz went on a little five-point run to make the score 39-28. The Chargers defense would rise up and only allow four more points the entire afternoon, while scoring nine more of their own for a final score of 48-32. Volz finished with 13 points and Devon Koenig led Huron with eight rebounds and added four points of her own. The Tigers have a 1-7 overall record.
It has been a rough two weeks for Coach Ty Ray and his Varsity Girls basketball team. He lost one of his best allaround players and best ball handler, point guard Caroline Estel, for much of the remainder of the season. Backup guard Justine Butler severely sprained her ankle at Monroeville and illness has also played a large factor. The loss of two guards certainly hurts when playing against the multitude of presses Huron sees in the SBC. Since the victory over Monroeville during Christmas break, Huron has lost games to Bellevue, Port Clinton, and most recently, the Edison Chargers. It is always tough to play a bigger school as are the Bellevue Redmen and this was no exception. The Tigers lost this game 56-40. Lauren Volz led Huron scorers with 17 points, including three 3-pointers. Steadily improving sophomore Sierra Ward had 10 points and seven rebounds. Alexis Lemar played a well-rounded game with six assists, five steals, and eight points. The low point of the Lady Tiger problems may have come at Port Clinton when Coach Ray could only dress seven players total. Huron was still able to make a competitive show of it but eventually fell, 39-34. Volz again led the way with 12 points, four rebounds and four steals, while senior Devon Grendow contributed with seven points, six rebounds and three steals. Next up was a game at Edison against the struggling Chargers. Like Huron, the home team went into the game looking for their first conference victory. For the Tigers, Butler would finally dress, but her ankle still looked shaky
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The three-time All-OAC defensive tackle and Huron native, Matt Grieves has had an outstanding career playing football for Heidelberg University. So much so that following the 2009 football season, he was named a Second Team All-American for Division III football. It may also surprise some people to know that the 6-foot -5-inch, 255-pound senior is also a current member of his college’s basketball squad. Then again, if you are from Huron, maybe it is not that big of a surprise. You see, Matt was an All-Ohio basketball player at Huron in 2006 besides being a standout football player. He was recruited by colleges as a basketball player as well as for football, but when he arrived at Heidelberg, he decided to focus solely on football. Grieves had been approached to play for the basketball team before, but had been too hurt following a football season spent in the trenches to give it a serious try. With a new basketball coach
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on campus, Grieves was once again approached partway through his senior football season. This time Matt decided to give it a try. Three days after the football season ended, he was fighting for rebounds on the basketball floor. I asked Matt how long it took him to get in basketball shape. He laughed and said, “I don’t think I am quite there yet.” Despite being out of competitive hoops for four years, Matt is not just there as a practice body, but is a contributor coming off the bench. In the nine games he has played so far this season, Grieves has averaged 3.7 points per game as well as 2.4 rebounds. He has also shared or was the leading rebounder for The Berg in three of those contests. Heidelberg’s current record is a solid 8-4. Matt is majoring in criminal justice. Upon graduation, he hopes to attend the police academy. Grieves is the older brother of a current starter for Huron’s Varsity basketball squad, Zach, and is the son of Don and Beth Grieves.
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cap is presented as a symbol of the sacred duty of nursing. Students also take the Nightingale Pledge to renew their commitment to the nursing profession as they start on Level 2 of the program. Capped at the ceremony were the following students: Andrea Ackerman, Sandusky; Rachel Adkins, Wellington; Brianna Allen, Marblehead; Dorothy Austin, Norwalk; Nancy Brisker, Monroeville; Larry Buckhannon, Collins; Kathleen Carleton, Norwalk; Stacy Cazeau, Wakeman; Kristin Cejauskas, Norwalk; Amelia Coffey, Sandusky; Erin Corrigan, Elyria; Meghan Edwards, Port Clinton; Jessica Jackson, New London; Wendy Kakos, Wellington; Brittany Martin, Monroeville; Megan MacDonald, Port Clinton; Kindra McGill, Sandusky; Shelly Moore, Norwalk; Sarah Ommert, Huron; Jessica Petrean, Sandusky; Samantha Petrove, Huron; Tiffany Sabo, Avon Lake; Kelly Scott, Sandusky; Amanda Scott, Huron; Michelle Sickels, Wellington; Amanda Sturgill, Plymouth; Tobin Wagoner, Bellevue.
Upon completeing her Level 1 course for an LPN, Amanda Scott of Sandusky receives her cap.
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Sarah Ommert of Huron smiles as she receives her cap signifying the completion of the Level 1 course for LPN student Samantha Petrove, of Huron, receives her cap. an LPN.
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Health & Wellness Firelands Now Providing H1N1 and Influenza Vaccines Firelands Regional Medical Center is now offering Seasonal Flu and the H1N1 vaccines to community members who are 18 years and older. Vaccines are available (while supplies last) Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Firelands’ Corporate Health Center, 1031 Pierce St., Suite A, Sandusky. No appointment necessary. The H1N1 vaccine is free of charge and available to those 18 years or older. Registration is required to receive the H1N1 vaccine, and pre-registration is recommended through the Ohio Department of Health Web site (as noted below). You can register when you arrive at Firelands Corporate Health Center, but for quicker processing pre-registration is available through an online registration system set up by the Ohio Department of Health. The pre-registration form can be accessed at www.odh.ohio.gov and clicking on H1N1; or https://h1n1vaccine.odh.ohio.gov. Anyone receiving the shot should then bring the form with them. The seasonal flu vaccine will be offered to those 18 years or older. The cost for the seasonal flu vaccine is $20 (credit card or cash). Those who are allergic to eggs should not receive the vaccine. Pregnant women should consult their physician. There is no cost to those with Medicare Part B (who have their Medicare Card with them at the time of the shot), however, Medicaid or private insurance will not be accepted. The pneumococcal vaccine will be available for $40. CDC guidelines for pneumococcal vaccines are as follows: one injection before age 65 and one injection after age 65 with a minimum span of five years between doses. A person must have a physician’s order for any additional pneumococcal vaccines. There are other steps community members can do to protect themselves and their loved ones during flu season, such as washing their hands. Flu viruses can survive on surfaces for up to eight hours. Keeping surfaces washed down regularly with an antimicrobial cleaner will also help to lessen contact with flu viruses. Additional Good respiratory etiquette and hygiene habits include: • Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze and then throw the tissue away. • If you don’t have a tissue, cough or sneeze into your elbow or upper sleeve. • Wash your hands often with soap and water, especially after you cough or sneeze or use the restroom and before eating. If you are not near soap and water, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. • Try not to touch your eyes, nose or mouth as germs often spread this way. • Stay away from people who are sick. • If you get sick, stay home from work or school. For more information about seasonal flu and the H1N1 virus, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at www.cdc.gov, the Ohio Department of Health at www.odh. ohio.gov or contact the local health department. Continue to visit www.firelands.com for information about the seasonal flu and the H1N1 flu.
Fisher-Titus Medical Center hosts American Red Cross Blood Drive Fisher-Titus Medical Center will host an American Red Cross Blood Drive from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Jan. 15 at The Carriage House of FTMC-Garden Level (Fisher-Titus Parkway, off Shady Lane Drive). Donors are required to bring a list of medications they are currently taking and an ID.
“50 & Better” Fitness series The FTMC “50 & Better” Fitness series encompasses a variety of disciplines and exercises customized for participants 50 and over, and is suitable for beginners and advanced students. The Series includes both “Mix It Up” and Young @ Heart Yoga. FTMC “50 & Better” Mix It Up is a 60-minute class that is a fun mix of exercises that target range of motion, balance, aerobics, strengthening and stretching. * The Beginner Class meets 9 a.m. Mondays and Wednesdays. * The Advanced Class meets 9 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays All Mix It Up classes will meet in the Community Room at the Ernsthausen Community Complex, 100 Republic St., Norwalk. FTMC “50 & Better” Young @ Heart Yoga is great for relaxation and relieving stress as well as increasing energy, vitality and overall wellness. * The Multi-Level Yoga Class: 11 a.m. Fridays * Gentle Yoga Class: 1 p.m. Fridays. All Young at Heart Yoga classes will meet in the Aerobic Room at the Ernsthausen Community Complex. Attend 12 sessions of FTMC “50 & Better” Fitness Classes: Mix It Up and/or Young @ Heart Yoga for $27.50, PrimeCare Advantage discount for $25. Participants can mix & match classes. Drop-ins are welcome and free trial classes are available. For more information, call Fisher-Titus Medical Center at 419-660-2117 Ext. 6162 or Ext. 6440.
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