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Athletes Sign with Ashland Joey Bogden and Sean Fantozz were the two latest young Huronites to sign letters of intent to continue their athletic careers in college. While the two insist the decision was made separately, they have decided to play football at Ashland University in the Fall. Fantozz, an SBC all-conference athlete, hopes to play wide receiver and help out on special teams for the Eagles. He liked the feel of the

campus and the fact that the team played on the DII level compared with some of the other schools he was considering. Sean plans to major in Computer Science. Bogden, an SBC and District first teamer at tackle, chose Ashland because he liked the facilities, plus his coach and uncle played there. Also, he noted that the fact that the university was rated as having some of the best food on any

campus in the nation. That would be an important factor for any young offensive lineman. Joe remains undecided, for now, on his major. Their varsity football coach Tony Legando commented how proud he was of the young men and felt that both are ready to play football on the next level as well as academically handle the course work. “Ashland is getting a couple good leaders,” closed Coach Legando.

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Boat Access Site and Department of Natural Resources Honored HURON, Ohio. January 19, 2011 There’s a long list of challenges facing any community wishing to have a recreational boat launch ramp. Funds are hard to find and waterfront land expensive. Obtaining

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The new Huron Boat Access Site (center) on the Huron River. permits can be difficult. “NIMBY” forces bottlenecks in the narrow river channel.” can present roadblocks and in this post A harbor of refuge, river traffic there can 9-11 era, even port security operations increase significantly when boaters run can sometimes influence a location. But for the protection of the port during Lake keeping flexible and having options can Erie storms. overcome many of these hurdles. The state and city listened and made That’s what the Ohio Department of critical design changes to accommodate Natural Resources (ODNR) did when these concerns. The biggest change was working with the City of Huron to over- the ramp built “into” the property inside come security concerns as well as commu- the old river shoreline boundary and sited nity opposition to successfully open a new on an angle - rather than 90-degrees to four-lane boat ramp launch facility. It has the river - in order to keep boating trafhandicapped-accessible docks, restrooms fic flowing. This also helped the sometime and parking for 135 vehicles / trailers on onerous permitting process, as constructhe city’s harbor front. For its work in tion on the actual river was reduced. A completing the project OHDNR is hon- long courtesy dock was installed parallel ored with a 2010 BoatUS Recreational to shore to facilitate loading and unloadBoating Access Award. ing, bathroom breaks and for tying-up BoatUS (Boat Owners Association of boats seeking temporary refuge. The United States) created the award proBuilt entirely with funds paid by the gram in 2007 to highlight successes in pro- state’s boaters as well as federal angler tecting water access as boaters and com- funds and now maintained by the city, munities were losing marina slips, service the Huron Boat Launch Ramp facility has yards and boat launching areas. The goal become a showcase boating access locais to draw national attention to innovative tion. Open free of charge 24 hours a day, solutions and share success stories so that it’s located close to Huron’s restaurants, others may help to solve their own water- grocery, tackle stores and other amenities, way access challenges. and fishing tournaments are now held at “The first site planners chose, at the the site, bringing additional economic end of a nearby shipping channel, was benefits to the city. the most cost- effective, but port security For more information or to see all of the operations could have closed the ramps 12 Access Award winners for 2010, go to without notice,” said BoatUS Vice Presi-

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The Erie County United Way campaign held its final report meeting Wednesday evening and it was announced that The Huron Campaign exceeded 100% of its $30,000 goal. Co-chairmen Ben Lindsley and Wayne Foster wish to thank all the Huron businesses and individuals who donated to Huron’s successful fund raising effort. Lindsley said “We are especially proud of News-2-You [N2Y] a Huron business which held an employee campaign and had the largest percentage increase of any business in the Erie County area.” “Also, we wish to thank Allyson Wilson and her campaign team at BGSU Firelands Campus for exceeding their goal by over $1000.” Huron’s $30,000 raised is part of the Erie County $750,000 goal which is presently at 84%. Contributions are still being accepted by calling the Erie County United Way office @ 419-625-4672 or sending donations directly to the United Way office at 416 Columbus Ave. Sandusky, Ohio 44870.









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BY CHIEF MAJOY In the wake of recent snowfalls, it is important for residents to be reminded of two important city ordinances concerning snow removal. First, it is the duty of the owner or occupant of abutting lands to keep their sidewalks free from snow, ice or any nuisance. (HCO 521.06) This means that owners or occupants are required to shovel their sidewalks that are along city streets. A recent complaint was brought to our attention regarding this matter and we are encouraging residents to clean their sidewalks.

We fully understand that it is often difficult right after snowfalls to have the sidewalks cleaned, particularly after a significant snowfall like we just had. However, we suggest that once the snowfall has subsided residences should clear the sidewalks of snow. Next, it is a violation of city ordinance to sweep, shovel or pile snow onto city streets (HCO 521.10). Using your snow blower, plow, shovel or other means to put snow onto a city street is illegal and can create a hazard for motorists and can lead to other problems or accidents. Residents with questions or concerns are urged to contact the police department at (419) 433-4114 or via e-mail at

Changes at the Ohio Farm Bureau The Northeast Region of the Ohio Farm Bureau is curHealth Department rently holding a promotion for members that renew their The Erie County Health Department would like to announce a temporary location change for two of the public health outreach clinics across the county. The February 17th, March 10th and March 31st Perkins Township Area Clinics will be held at the Perkins Township Fire Station, 4510 Milan Road NOT the Perkins Township Hall. The February 10th, March 3rd and March 24th Huron Township Area Clinics will be held at the Huron Boat Basin Community Room, 417 Main Street NOT the Huron Township Hall. Should you have any questions about these clinics or these temporary locations please call the health department at 419-626-5623 or visit the website at

membership early. Four drawings will be held on January 15, February 15, March 15, and April 15. The earlier you renew your membership, the more chances you will have to win $500. Ted Zunis of Berlin Heights was the first of four winners of the regional promotion that the 20 counties in the Northeast Region are holding in hopes of members renewing early or on-time. The next drawing will occur in February. Renew now and you’ll have a chance to be a winner in three more drawings. Congratulations to Ted! It really pays to be a Farm Bureau member. We hope you are a Farm Bureau member.

Goodwill Sets Reverse Raffle Date SANDUSKY – Goodwill Industries of Erie, Huron, Ottawa and Sandusky Counties Inc. has announced plans to hold its third annual reverse raffle and silent action on March 18. The event will again feature a top prize of $10,000, with nearly 40 other cash prizes totaling $5,000. Additional prize drawings, including 50/50s, also are planned. Proceeds will benefit Goodwill’s employment programs for the disabled and disadvantaged. The raffle will be held at Caesars Crystal Palace, 1058 Cleveland Rd., Sandusky. Doors will open at 6 p.m., with an Italian buffet dinner served at 6:30 p.m. and the ticket drawing to begin at 7:30 p.m. Raffle tickets cost $100 each and include two dinners. Additional dinner tickets can be purchased for $15 each. Of the 300 raffle tickets that will be available, 299 are to be sold in advance, with the 300th ticket raffled off at the event. For tickets, call 419-625-4744. Additional information also is available at

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Audubon Society Birding Class The Firelands Audubon Society is offering Birds of the Firelands - Birding Class 2011. Thursdays and Saturdays beginning April 7 and running through May 21. Fee is $40 for all 14 sessions and payable at the first class. The 14 session birding experience is for beginners and experienced birders! Thursday Classes will be held in the Firelands Room, Osborn Park, 3910 Perkins Ave., Huron TWP. Saturday mornings will be field excursions to local birding spots. The schedule will be handed out at the first class. Please register by contacting Carol Andres by email at or by calling 419-639-3097 or at the 1st class on Thurs. April 7th.

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Area residents are invited to participate in a Lipid Profile Screening on Wednesday, February 23 from 7 to 9:30 am at Firelands Clinical Laboratory Services, 300 Williams Street, Huron. The following screenings will be available: • Free Blood Pressure Screening • Free Blood Sugar Screening • Total Lipid Profile for $20 (includes cholesterol, HDL, LDL and triglyceride levels) - 12-Hour Fast required. The Foundation for Firelands provides funding to make this program possible. Appointments are not necessary for the health screenings. Pre-registration is required for the lab work. To pre-register, call Firelands Regional Medical Center at 419-557-7840.


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Milestones OBITUARIES Alma L. (Adams) Jackson Nov. 5, 1919 - Jan. 22, 2011 Alma L. (Adams) Jackson, 91, of Huron, died unexpectedly Jan. 22, 2011, in her room at Admiral’s Point Rehab, where she was recovering from a fall in her home three weeks earlier. Mrs. Jackson was born Nov. 5, 1919, in Cleveland, daughter of Steve F. Adams and Marie R. (Lederer) Adams. She was preceded in death her husband, Rolland B. Jackson in 2005; her daughter, Nanci O’Neill, and her great-granddaughter, Brianna O’Neill , in 2003; by her parents; her brothers, Edward S. Adams and Steve M. Adams; and her sisters, Elvira M. Adams and Adele M. Adams. She is survived by three children, a son, Rolland B. Jackson Jr. of East Hampton, Conn., a daughter, Julie A. Jackson of Huron, and a son, Robert S. Jackson of Corpus Christi, Texas; as well as seven grandchildren, one great-grandson; and numerous nieces, nephews, grandnephews, grandnieces, great-grandnephews and greatgrandnieces. Mrs. Jackson was well-known in Huron over the years as a deputy registrar, a precinct committeewoman at elections, an active member of Erie County Demo-

cratic Women, and as the wife of Rolland B. Jackson, who was Huron’s last Justice of the Peace and a member of the Huron City Council in the late 1960s. Mrs. Jackson was an avid artist with an interest in painting, ceramics, sewing, knitting, needlepoint and crocheting. Those who knew Alma Jackson will remember her unique sense of humor. There will be no visitation. There was a brief graveside ceremony for family and friends at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Scott Cemetery, Huron Avery Road, Huron. In lieu of flowers, please send contributions to the Huron Rescue Squad. Condolences may be shared at fosterfh. com. Foster Funeral Home, 410 Main St., Huron, is handling arrangements.

Thomas L. Millis April 1, 1958 - Jan. 28, 2011

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Benefit to be Held for Lukemia Patient The employees of Serving Our Seniors & Erie Co. Senior Center have teamed up to hold a Pancake Breakfast Benefit for Serving Our Seniors’ co-worker Pat Davis, office manager/administrative assistant at Serving Our Seniors, who is also a friend to many who work at the Erie County Senior Center. The pancake breakfast will take place on Saturday, February 26, 2011 from 8am – noon at the Erie County Senior Center, 620 E. Water Street in Sandusky. Pancakes, sausage, coffee and orange juice will be served. Tickets are being sold in advance for $5.00 at Serving Our Seniors, 310 E. Boalt Street, Sandusky. Tickets will be available at the door the day of the breakfast. A bake sale and raffles will also take place from 8am – noon. If you cannot attend donations can be given to the Pat Davis Leukemia Fund c/o Citizens Banking Company, 100 E. Water Street, Sandusky. For more information call Chris Ferguson at 419-625-8240

Services Directory Christ Episcopal Church 120 Ohio St., Huron 419-433-4701 Sunday—9 a.m. and Adult Sunday School 10:30 a.m.

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Revive, Refresh, Renew You are invited to REVIVE your spirit, REFRESH your soul, and RENEW your passion for Christ at REVIVE, REFRESH, RENEW! the Huron United Methodist Church’s Speaker Series for women of all ages and stages! Please join us at 338 Williams Street on Saturday, February 12th, from 8:15 – 9:15 AM in the Fellowship Hall. Doors open at 8 AM and refreshments are served. Our February speaker will be Shelia Preston, a member of Zion Lutheran Church in Huron who, after working for 33 years as an educator, has become very active in the church community. Shelia’s message, “Living Sacrifices�, is inspired by Romans 12 and will explore what she feels God calls us to do, how she discerns God’s call in her life, and the ministries which have resulted from this process, such as Huron Community Prayer Path and Labyrinth, a quilting ministry for the homeless, and much more. Carve out one hour for yourself! BRING A FRIEND! The Fellowship Hall is handicapped accessible. This event is free and open to the public.

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Sunday service—10:30 a.m. 1608 St. Rt. 113, Milan; Sunday school—9:30 a.m. 419-499-3683 Adult Bible Study--6 p.m. Rev. Dr. John C. Jordan Sunday. Youth Group—6 p.m. Worship and Holy Communion—Sunday, 10:30 a.m. Sunday Food Pantry—9 a.m.-3 Huron United Methodist p.m. Wednesdays; 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursdays. Church 338 Williams St., Huron Salvation Army Service Unit— 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Thursdays, 419-433-3984 Rev. J. Roger Skelly-Watts by appointment only. 8 a.m. - Praise Service/ St. Matthew Evangelical Praise Band Lutheran Church 9 a.m. - Sunday School 10 a.m. - Celebration Ser15617 Mason Rd., Vermilion vice/Organ & Choir Rev. Dr. Karl Fry, Pastor LOGOS - Wednesdays 3:30440-967-9886 6:00pm; Students k-12 invited www.luther ansonline. com/stmattvermlcms Lake Erie Family Church Sunday School/ Bible Now Meeting at Study 9:30 Great Lakes Country Club Ladies Bible Fellowship 9:15 1023 South, Main, Huron Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. 419-775-6334 St. Peter’s Catholic Church Worship Sunday 10am 430 Main St., Huron Pastors Joe & Helen Sprowl 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

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Susan’s kind smile and gracious ways were a wonderful example for all to emulate. Susan and her loving husband Timothy S. Gallagher were married on February 17, 2001. Most memorable was the spectacular aroma of a springtime desert bloom along with the warmth and spirit of friends and family. Together they enjoyed boating, drives through the countryside, trips to Maine and in particular, beautiful Arizona desert sunsets. They shared a passion for cooking, gardening and all God’s creatures big and small. Susan was a loving and devoted aunt to Mary, Marshall and Kathryn Drew, and James, David, Matthew, Nicholas and Lillian Stouffer. As a former educator she inspired learning, discipline and creativity. Likewise her spirit of giving was evident with her longtime loyal support for the local chapter of PEO. Susan is survived by her husband Tim, brother James (Heather) Stouffer, Jr., sister Sarah (John) Stouffer Drew, father-in-law Pat (Judy) Gallagher, mother-in-law Jackie (Phil) Gutowski, brothers-in-law Sean (Joanna) Gallagher and Denny (Sandy) Gallagher and nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and grandparents. At her request there will be no visitation or funeral services. Burial will be in the Catawba Island Township Cemetery. The family wishes to acknowledge the special compassionate care Susan received from the nurses, doctors and staff at the Firelands Community Hospital and the Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Center. For those wishing to express special thoughts or condolences to the family, they would be honored to receive them in care of the Catawba Island Club or online with the Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory at In lieu of flowers, the family has asked that memorial contributions in memory of Susan be given to Cancer Services of Erie County, 505 West Perkins Ave., Sandusky, OH. 44870.

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First Presbyterian Church 225 Williams St., Huron 419-433-5018 8:30 a.m. Quiet Service with Communion 9:30 a.m. Christian Learning for Adults and older children 10:45 a.m. Reformed Service, and Sunday School for children. Nursery provided.


He is preceded in death by his father, Bernie Millis Jr. Friends called 3-5 p.m. Sunday at Foster Funeral Home, 410 Main St., Huron, where services were at 11 a.m. Monday. The Rev. Kenneth Hiser, pastor of Faith Memorial Church, Sandusky, will officiate. Contributions may be made to Tom’s family if desired. Condolences may be shared at fosterfh. com.

Winter and Spring fitness classes *Sign up for any 2 classes and receive $5 off *Sign up for any 3 classes and receive $10 off Aerobics Classes with Monica Studans This is the class you have been waiting for! A complete 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. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 4511 Galloway Rd., Huron 419-626-9860 Bishop: Bill Reel Sacrament service—9:30 a.m. Sundays Family History Center Wed. 10 am-2pm, Thur. 9am-9pm, 1st & 3rd Sat. 9am-5pm Zion Lutheran Church 930 Main St., Huron 419-433-4711 8:00 am Sundays Traditional worship service 9:15 am Sundays Family friendly contemporary worship service with Sunday School for children and teens 10:30 am Sundays Traditional worship service

and effective workout for all fitness levels! Work out at your own pace with 40 min. of easy, fun and fat-burning Latin infused dance and “Tae-Bo Style� kick-boxing moves. One class per week combines weights with cardio for the ultimate in fat-burning! Tone and strengthen your arms, legs and abs using weights and resistance. Relieve stress with a relaxing stretch! Please bring a mat, water and two 2-5 lb. hand-held weights to feel energized and fantastic. Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00pm-7:00pm @ Woodlands Intermediate Winter II – February 22 - March 24 Spring -- April 5 - May 12 (no classes April 26, 28) Cost: Residents $45/Non-Residents $50 Registration forms available online.

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

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Schools First Grade Students Celebrate 100th Day of School On February 3, 2010 the First Grade students of Shawnee Elementary School celebrated their 100th day of school. The students had been counting toward and anticipating this very special event since the first day of school. In preparation for this celebration, the students made a 100’s Day project, which included 100 items. The projects were on display in the center of the school for all of the students to enjoy. In addition to the projects the students learned various ways to count to 100, sang songs, read stories and

completed a number of creative tasks related to the number 100. On the 100th day, the students had their celebration, which included a 100’s Day assembly filled with counting, singing, and stories while sporting of their 100’s Day attire. They topped the afternoon celebration off with a special piece of 100’s Day Cake. Longtime friend of the First Grade staff, “Zero the Hero”, stopped by for some ‘additional’ fun.

Locals treated to top cuisine Guests at the Sandusky Bay Area Chef’s Association ScholThis year’s dinner generated over $5000 for next year’s arship Dinner selected their dinner from an array of incred- scholarships. The funds raised were from tickets purchased ible cuisine prepared by EHOVE Culinary Arts high school by the community to attend the dinner, a silent auction for and adult education students. The yearly meal is a fundraiser for various projects promoting culinary education for local students. The association has now given away over $37,000 in scholarships. The dinner is made possible through the generous support of a long list of corporate and individual contributors to whom the faculty and students are very grateful. According to EHOVE Culinary Arts Instructor Chef Michael Edwards, the funds raised “support all educational forums in our chapter, such as scholarships, cooks camp registration and (L-R) EHOVE Culinary Arts students Adrienne Green (Vermilion H.S.), supporting chefs to attend regional Sean Aldrich (Vermilion H.S.), Leslie Campbell of Norwalk, Loni MalACF conferences. The association is son of Huron, Pat Bader of Norwalk, and Levon Edgeston of Cleveland. about education and the betterment of our profession.” items donated to the event, and open bidding for an-home 2011 high school scholarship winners: dinner for 10 prepared by Chef Michael Edwards. To entice • Sean Aldrich (Vermilion H.S.)-Straight A’s, National Hon- higher bids, and therefore raise more funds for student scholor Society and National Technical Honor Society member, arships, four other EHOVE Instructor Chefs each announced Awarded a $1000 scholarship they would prepare a special dish at the multi-course dinner • Adrienne Green (Vermilion H.S.)-Plans to attend Brad- as well. The crowd enjoyed the good-natured bidding war, ford College, Hopes to have a future career cooking for the which topped out at $1050 by EHOVE Assistant Principal Cleveland Indians, Awarded a $500 scholarship Dale VanLerberghe of Catawba Island. 2011 adult education scholarship winners: “It is amazing how EHOVE staff, students, parents and • Leslie Campbell of Norwalk-Awarded a $500 scholarship alumni, ACF members, Young Chef Inn customers, food • Loni Malson of Huron-Awarded a $500 scholarship purveyors and the community come together to raise funds • Levon Edgeston of Cleveland-Awarded a $250 scholarship to assist in the future of the culinary arts profession,” said • Darnell Nelson of Norwalk–Awarded a $250 scholarship Edwards. Bananas Vanilla pudding Milk

Huron St. Peter Monday, Feb. 14 Chicken patty on bun Seasoned spiral potatoes Watermelon applesauce Cookie Milk Tuesday, Feb. 15 Aunt Jemima pancakes Sausage Oranges Rice krispie treat Milk Wednesday, Feb. 16 Seasoned breaded chicken fillets Roll French fries

Thursday, Feb. 17 Domino pepperoni pizza Corn Bananas Popcorn Milk Friday, Feb. 18 No School

Shawnee Elementary & Woodlands Intermediate Monday, Feb. 14 Breaded chicken nuggets Creamy potatoes/gravy Buttered wheat roll Refreshing pineapple slices Ice cold milk Tuesday, Feb. 15 Meat & cheese crunchy tacos Garden fresh green beans

Cheez~ it crackers Seasonal fresh fruit Ice cold milk Wednesday, Feb. 16 Sausage/egg breakfast hot pocket Cheese stick Potato spudsters Donut hole Chilled fruit juice Ice cold milk Thursday, Feb. 17 Chicken patty on bun Steamed broccoli with cheese sauce Ice cream cup Array of fruit Ice cold milk

Crispy French fries Mini rice krispy treat Dole fruit cocktail Chilled milk Tuesday, Feb. 15 Italian pasta/ meat sauce Fresh tossed salad Warm bread stick Pineapple slices Chilled milk Wednesday, Feb. 16 Grilled cheeseburger on bun Pickle slices Sizzling tator tots Assorted desserts Chilled milk

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HURON HOMETOWN NEWS | Thursday, February 10, 2011

Sports Tiger Men Control Rockets in 56-33 Win Already stuck in a youth movement, Huron head coach Bobby James had to go even younger to make up for the loss due to injury of starting guards, sophomore Trae Gra-

Ironically, the Rockets came to Huron on what was celebrated as Senior night for all of the Tiger winter sports. Following the festivities, Oak Harbor bounced out to a 4-0 lead. Neither team was shooting the ball particularly well. Halfway through the opening quarter an aggressive Aaron Driftmeyer put in Huron’s first shot from the field giving the Tigers a 5-4 lead. Coach James did a good deal of subbing through out the game, giving playing time to 12 Tigers in all. Of all the reserves, junior Drew Enderle had the biggest night, knocking down nine points. The lead went back and forth until Brian Bollenbacher and Driftmeyer hit free throws that gave Huron the lead for good at 11-9 to close the first quarter. The Tiger press then took control and allowed the Tigers to go on a 10-0 run to open the second period. To make matters worse for the visitors, Oak Harbor hit the

Aaron Casey secures control of the ball following a rebound in Huron’s win over Oak Harbor.

Freshman Cody Thompson got his second straight varsity start against the Rockets. ham and junior Kyle Pisano. Coach James said prior to the game that he was forced to bring up JV talent Colin McCready and Jake Justus. Freshman Cody Thompson would get his second straight varsity start while Justus would see his first. Fortunately, Huron was facing the Oak Harbor Rockets who are, and would remain, winless in the SBC.

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Senior Gina Munafo and her parents. 10 foul mark early in the quarter. Thompson and Aaron Casey converted steals into points. When the dust of the fastbreaks had settled, Huron had out scored the Rockets 20-5, and the Tigers were up 31-14 at halftime. To open the second half, the Tigers clicked it into cruise control. Both teams looked sloppy and with 5:39 left in the third quarter, after only one basket by Driftmeyer for either team, Coach James called time and got his team back on track. While the Rocket offense began to produce, Huron’s play re-emerged thanks, in part, to five points to close out the third period by Enderle. The Tigers extended their 44-23 lead going into the final period even further, mostly through free throws. In the

The normally aggressive Margaretta Polar Bears travelled to Huron and played unusually flat during the first half of the SBC match-up. The Lady Tigers looked energetic early, hus-


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end, Bollenbacher had another solid night with 17 points while center Casey contributed 10 points in the 56-33 victory.

The second quarter was simply odd. Huron started suffering the same dilemma as Margaretta, which was to be ice cold from the field. The only field goal by either team could muster came from Devon Koenig, who rebounded a miss by Volz and laid it in with just eleven seconds left in the half. The Polar Bears hit just three free throws while Huron’s Kelsey Koehler hit one during the entire period. The Tigers went into the locker room up, 20-9. Margaretta came out of the break a different team. Their press appeared so daunting that the Tigers had trouble just getting the ball over the half court line. Huron could certainly have used another ball handler, but point guard Alexis Lemar looks to be out due to injury for the rest of the season. It only took the Polar Bears half of the third quarter to take the lead. A three pointer by Volz, with 2:03 left briefly gave the lead back to Huron, but it ended up being the Tigers last gasp. With :44 left in the third period, Ward would hit a shot from the field that proved to be Huron’s final points of the game. Huron trailed 29-28 going into the final stanza. Margaretta did a nice job of working the ball inside during the second half. The Polar Bears scored 22 unanswered

Lauren Volz battles for one of her eight rebounds against the Polar Bears. tling all over the floor and fighting for loose balls. But when the second half opened up, the visitor’s press had regained its bite and one could see the inevitable avalanche building. By the final period, it had swallowed the Tigers whole. Huron struck early with all three of their most consistent scorers, Devon Koenig, Sierra Ward, and Lauren Volz hitting to build an 8-0 lead after just two and a half minutes of play. While the Bears ran their offense fairly well and took good shots, they simply couldn’t convert. Meanwhile, it was Huron’s press that was creating easy, transition buckets. With 33 seconds left in the first period, senior guard Justine Butler hit two free throws to give the Tigers their largest lead of the game, 17-6.

Justine Butler helps the Tigers beat the press during the second half of the game against Margaretta. points during the last eight minutes to earn a 51-28 win. Devon Koenig led the Tiger attack with 11 points and 11 rebounds while Volz added 8 points and 8 boards.

Huron lost to Gibsonburg by just 13 pins Individual Scores: Huron Varsity Game 1 Game 2 Shane Brandal 213 255 Bryce Haase 173 208 Ryan McNulty 132 163 Kevin Gosser 200 169 Austin Thorn 157 Nick Fisher 131 Baker Games: 164, 130, 165, 223, 210 Total Score: 2693

Benji Battiste 138 Carlton Cherry Mason Prosser Canaan Stieber Baker Games: 113, 138, 167, 137, 134 Total Score: 2271

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Gibsonburg JV Total Score: 2003

Gibsonburg Varsity Game 1 Game 2 Nick Black 183 183 Dan Repp 152 120 Leroy Neeb 144 234 Vincent Kirsch 195 180 Bertt Dickman 179 190 Baker Games: 200, 170, 164, 158, 254 Total Score: 2706 Huron JV Jordan Stutzman Randi Minton Thomas Kyer Taylor Prosser

Game 1 184 188 137 183

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Senior bowler Bryce Haase and his parents were one of the honorees at Senior Night last Friday.

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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

From your Library Director Dear Residents of Huron, I am honored to have the opportunity to serve your wonderful community and to do so through an institution so revered by its patrons, staff, and community leaders. As your new Library Director I will build on the successes of this great library team and on the hard work of my predecessor, Anne Hinton, who retired at the end of 2010. Following in Anne’s wake is a tall order. That job is made easier by a top notch library staff, a dedicated and skilled library board, and broad community support for the mission and work of the Huron Public Library. Over the coming months I look forward to experiencing and understanding life in this Great Lake Place. In due time, the library team will develop new programs and services that serve community needs arising out of Huron’s unique character, history, interests, values, and demographic mix. I look forward to seeing you in the Huron community very soon. Sincerely, Daniel Slife, Director, Huron Public Library

Second Thursday Seminar Second Thursday Seminar at the Huron Public Library will be on Thursday, February 10 from 6:30 - 8 PM. The Huron Garden Club presents Master Gardener Mary Strayer speaking about “Rose Companions”. Did you ever wonder what plants grow well next to roses? Come find out the answer to this question and more. No registration required.

Chess Chess Classes at the Huron Public Library will be on Thursday, February 10

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Joey Bogden and Sean Fantozz were the two latest young Huronites to sign letters of intent to continue their athletic careers in college. Wh...