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May 19, 2011 Vol. 6 Number 35


Huron Schools Financial Forecast Changes with Kasich’s Cuts

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As the dust begins to settle on the proposals of Governor Kasich’s budget containing reforms on education funding, it is now possible to begin to analyze the potential impact it may have on the future of Huron City Schools. The budget proposals are shifting more of the burden for funding schools from state money to the local tax payers. There are two main areas within Kasich’s budget that will directly reduce the amount of money Huron City Schools will receive. The main loss of revenue to the Huron School’s budget is the state’s decision to accelerate the phase out of personal tangible property tax reimbursement, explained Superintendent Fred Fox. By definition, tangible personal property tax was a business tax. A tax on equipment and inventory of local businesses, for example, the Akzo Nobel (Glidden), the grain that used to be at the mill, the cars and trucks at Artino Ford, the manufacturing equipment at IAC (Lear). Tangible personal property tax was a local tax, approved by the local voters, collected locally and used almost exclusively for local programs. Many lawmakers and business officials felt

this was a “bad tax”; it limited job growth as it was a burden on businesses. In 2001 the Taft administration made the decision to do away with the tax and replace it with the Commercial Activity Tax (CAT). The CAT tax was to be used to reimburse school districts and municipalities for lost revenue. This reimbursement was originally scheduled to begin to phase out in 2012 and would take eight years to complete. In 2009, an additional two years were added before the phase out was to begin. Kasich’s budget accelerates the phase out to begin in 2012, removing the two year extension and makes the phase out complete in only four years instead of the eight originally budgeted. The shortfall for Huron Schools will result in $1.5 million in lost revenue over a four year period. Overall, the state has converted a local tax to a state tax with the burden to replace the shortfall squarely on the tax payer. The second area within Kasich’s budget that will directly reduce the amount of money Huron Schools will receive is what is referred to as: “foundation”, a direct state support. The Huron Schools will lose $500,000 in “foundation” payments next fall, explained Fox. Half

of these funds from a direct cut and the other half by the loss of stimulus funds which were used to “prop up” the previous budget, he continued. The new allocations were not decided on a per-pupil formula, but rather a “Robin Hood” method of allocation. District wealth was established and monies from the wealthier districts were transferred to poorer districts, he explained. Budget reductions of this size will have a huge impact on the Huron Schools budget as they move forward into the 2011-2012 school year. The district will be making reductions beginning this school year. Several positions will not be renewed and retiring positions will not be replaced. “The district is fortunate to have a surplus of money to be able to operate without making huge cuts in programming and without going directly to voters. But, these cuts in state funding will make it inevitable that the board will have to consider returning to the ballot sooner than planned,” stated Fox. “The Board of Education is always looking to be effective and efficient and present the best education possible to student, yet be fair to the tax payers.”

Bar North Gives Back Come join us for our First Annual Celebrity Server Night Monday May 23rd from 5:30 to 8:30pm. All tips will be donated to the Derek Fox Scholarship Fund. Come and have your favorite celebrity serve you while dining at Bar North. Some of the celebrities scheduled to attend include; Fred Fox - Superintendent of Huron Schools, Tony Munafo Assistant – Principal, Huron High School, John Ruf – Principal, Huron High School and many more of Huron’s finest. The Derek Fox Scholarship is given each year to a member of the Huron High School graduating class. Let’s remember Derek by attending and giving to this great cause. MONDAY NIGHT - D TIME – BAR NORTH -5:30 to 8:30pm. See you there!

Humane Society Names New Executive Director The Humane Society of Erie County has hired Barbara Hargreaves as its new executive director. Hargreaves has extensive experience in managing non-profit organizations including being codirector of Leadership Erie County and Executive Director of The Volunteer Center of Erie County, both for 8 years. Hargreaves is also a licensed Realtor. She served 38 years as a 4-H advisor and is working toward getting her personal dogs certified as Therapy Dogs with the AKC so they can visit the Stein Hospice in-patient unit as Volunteers. She’s a designated Paul Harris Fellow of the

Sandusky Rotary Club, a recipient of the Women of Excellence award, the LEADS distinguished alumni award, and numerous other honors. She also produced and directed at 21 minute DUI documentary video which won 3 local and national awards. “I am really excited about this opportunity to serve the community,” Hargreaves said. “It’s my true love and now I get to combine that with my love for animals.” Hargreaves owns two dogs and a rescued cat and understands how important animals are in the lives of people. “I’m looking forward to helping educate pet owners on how to care for their

animals, protecting the animals in Erie County, and being a positive force for the animals.” As Executive Director of the Humane Society of Erie County (HSEC), Hargreaves will be in charge of the shelter; developing expanded volunteer, fostering, and educational programs to bring the HSEC closer to the community as a whole. Hargreaves will work with local animal organizations to improve the lives of the animals, with local governments to solicit funding to expand the Trap-Neuter-Return program and develop new resources for animals in need. “I’m a positive person, a hard worker, and I’m

excited to be back in Erie County impacting the lives of others” Hargreaves said.

Timothy Jurkovac Named Distinguished Teacher Bowling Green State University Firelands College honored one of its best at the 42nd annual Recognition Program held Friday, April 29, in the Cedar Point Center. Timothy Jurkovac of Huron, an associate professor of sociology, was honored as the 2011 Distinguished Teacher. “Dr. Jurkovac loves his subject and imbues his teaching with that enthusiasm.  He is fair,

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challenging, and interesting . . . an invaluable member of the BGSU Firelands faculty,” wrote one of his student nominators. Jurkovac began his tenure at BGSU Firelands in 1990 as a part-time instructor in sociology and became a full-time assistant professor in 1992, and associate professor in 2000. He also served as the program director for the associate of applied science in criminal justice program from 1994-2010.  He was an instructor at the University of Toledo from 1988-1990, and did doctoral teaching and graduate teaching at BGSU from 1984-1988. He earned both a doctoral degree and a

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BEHIND THE BADGE National Boat Safety Week By Chief John T. Majoy The week of May 2127 marks the National Boat Safety Week. The Huron Police Department is proud to emphasize this week as a means of promoting safety on the Huron River and Lake Erie. We are reminding boaters to practice safe and responsible boating and to wear your life jackets. On average over 700 people die each year in boating related accidents. Of those, 80% are not wearing lift jackets. Practicing simple safety steps can help save your life and the lives of those boating with you. As a reminder, individuals born on or after January 1, 1982 who operate a boat

powered by greater than 10 horsepower must successfully pass a National Association of State Boating Law Administrators approve boating education course or proficiency exam. This also includes the operation of a personal watercraft. The Huron Police Department’s Harbor Patrol boat will be out patrolling and will be placing emphasis on boating safety. Officers will be available to perform free safety inspections for any and all boaters. Upon successful completion of the inspection, boaters will receive the 2011 Ohio Department of Natural Resources safety sticker to display on their boat. Residents or visitors seeking a free safety inspection of their boat can contact the Huron Police Department at (419) 4334114 or visit our web site at

PUBLIC NOTICE The city of Huron, Ohio Service Department announces that traffic flow on Cleveland Road from Waterworks Drive to Rye Beach may be restricted at times for the next 30 days for valve repairs. The valve project is slated to begin 5-16-2011. Any questions concerning this project can be made to the Service Department at 419-433-5000 extension #280.

The Huron Youth Connection is hosting an after-school Open House on Tuesday, May 24th from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. in meeting room A, on the lower level of the Huron Public Library. We’ll have games, bingo, tournaments, lots of finger foods, with fun for all. The entire Huron community is invited. Please join us!

Huron Garden Club May Plant Sale The Huron Garden Club will hold its annual May Plant Sale, Saturday, May 21,2011, at the Huron Lake Front Park. The sale is scheduled for 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. rain or shine. Chairwomen of the event are Ann Maines and Barbara Toft. This sale is a popular event, featuring many varieties of annual and perennial plants,fresh from members’ gardens.  New this year is the gazebo, transformed into a Bake Shop,which will have tempting home

baked items. The Specialty Shoppe is not forgotten. Proceeds from the sales are used to beautify our city. During the summer there are many planters sporting colorful flowers. Each month there is a display at the Huron Library created by one or two of the HGC members.  A Christmas tree decorated with  handmade ornaments, is on display in the Huron Library.  Please enjoy our efforts.

USCG Auxiliary and City of Huron Marine Patrol join forces to Host “Ready, Set, Inflate!” Boating safety educators and the general boating public gather on Saturday, May 21 to set a World Record Boating safety educators and members of the boating public invite you to participate in “Ready, Set, Inflate!” Inflatable Life Jacket World Record Day on Saturday, May 21, 2011. Throughout North America and abroad, participants will inflate their life jackets to try and beat last year’s world record of 1,154 participants. Grab your inflatable life jacket and join us on Saturday, May 21st, 2011 at the new Huron Public Access Boat Ramp on Cleveland Road in Huron. Registration begins

at 9:00 AM. Inflation will be at 9:30 AM. There are goodie bags for the first 25 registered participants, and a variety of replacement CO cartridges are available at no cost. You don’t have an inflatable life jacket? Stop by and learn about many styles that are available and watch the “Great Inflate”. Both the USCG Auxiliary and Huron Marine Patrol will offer Free Vessel Safety Checks on site that morning. This World Record Day will help to usher in National Safe Boating Week which runs from May 21 – 27, 2011. The goal of National Safe Boating Week is to educate and

inform the boating public about boating safety, specifically life jackets. The push of always wearing your life jacket when heading out on the water has been the main focus of the campaign for the past few years. To ensure that this event is a success, the National Safe Boating Council (NSBC) and Canadian Safe Boating Council (CSBC) have been working with local sponsors and partners in the area. Cabela’s® is once again serving as the national sponsor in the U.S. and boating safety educators and organizations are asked to hold local inflation events in their area. “What better way to inspect and test your

Firelands Audobon Society • Firelands Audubon Society, - Tues, May 24, 7-9 PM, Osborn MetroPark, 3910 Perkins Ave., Huron, Firelands Room.  Speaker Ray Stewart on Friends of the Wetlands. For more details please contact Mary at 419-6257136 or Learn more about FAS and our programs at • Firelands Audubon “Birding in the Grapevine” Road Trip; Sat., May 28, 10 am,  Meet at the shelter at the north end of the Norwalk Reservoir - Veterans Memorial Lake Park, 205 S. Old State Road. ** Join us for this unique and fun birding adventure. We’ll be birding all day in and around local wineries. For more  details please contact Mary at 419-6257136 or  More information is available at

Huron Fire Department The Huron Fire Department was called for a motor vehicle crash on Route 2. Upon arrival a semi-tractor trailer was found off the road on the North side of the road. One victim was taken to the hospital for evaluation.

inflatable life jacket each year, while also having some fun and helping to set a world record,” remarks Virgil Chambers, executive director of the National Safe Boating Council. “The partnership between the NSBC and the CSBC has helped to increase the knowledge of safe boating and life jacket wear among the boating community and the general public.” The US Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 09E-06-05 meets at the Huron Yacht Club the 2nd Wednesday of each month. For additional details on this event visit www.

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Milestones OBITUARIES Nickolas Nickoloff

Sept. 24, 1924 - May 10, 2011 Nickolas Nickoloff, 86, of Huron formerly of Farrell, Pa., died Tuesday evening, May 10, 2011, in Stein Hospice Care Center, Sandusky. Nick was born Sept. 24, 1924, in Greenville, Pa., to Dan and Katharine (Anton) Nickoloff. Soon after, he moved to Farrell, where he lived until moving to Huron, in 2008. He attended Farrell schools where he excelled as a wrestler, twice qualifying for the district championship. He served his country in World War II in the U.S. Army, obtaining the rank of technical sergeant in communications. Upon leaving the Army, Nick obtained employment with Westinghouse Corp., and worked at the Sharon Transformer Plant for 38 years. He was a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and was a staunch supporter of union rights. Nick married the former Catherine Yurcich on Aug. 9, 1952. For the next 56 years they were a fixture at numerous family, community and church events. Many

times Bull and Chubby, as they were known by family and friends, worked together at church fish fries and bread sales. Nick was a member of St. Anthony of Padua Parish in Sharon, Pa., the Croatian Fraternal Union Lodge 29 and other social and civic clubs throughout the area. Nick was an avid fisherman and gardener. He was a devoted father and grandfather, passing on many of his “specialties” to family and friends. Surviving are his sons, Alan (Deborah) of Garfield Heights, Ohio, and Brian (Debra) of Huron; grandchildren, Jennifer and Jillian Nickoloff, Shoshana (Gordon) Koppin and Jonathan Nickoloff; and great-grandchildren, Lillian and William Koppin. In addition to his wife, who died Dec. 19, 2008, his parents; a brother, John, and two infant sisters preceded him in death. A Memorial Mass will be at 9 a.m. Monday, May 23, 2011, at St. Anthony of Padua Parish, 804 Idaho St., Sharon. The Rev. Daniel J. Kresinski will officiate. A gathering for friends and family will follow at the church. Committal will be in Our Lady of Mount Carmel Cemetery, Hermitage, Pa. Groff Funeral Home, Sandusky, is handling arrangements. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Stein Hospice Service, Inc., 1200 Sycamore Line, Sandusky, OH

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and cooking. Many summer weekends would find Jill camping with friends and family including many bluegrass outings. She is survived by her beloved daughter, Melanie Rose Huston (David Maldonado); her parents, George and Betty (Bickley) Mingus; siblings, Mike (Karen Draime) Mingus of Delaware, Ohio, Kim (Don) Luczkowski of LaGrange, Ohio, Julie (Dick) Koegle of Huron; Cris (Diane) Mingus of Bellevue; Scott (Vickie) Mingus of Huron; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, other relatives, as well as many friends. She was preceded in death by a brother, Wayne Mingus; her maternal grandparents, Norma and William Bickley; and paternal grandparents, Mary and Charles Mingus. Friends called 4-8 p.m. Wednesday, May 18 in Groff Funeral Home, 1607 East Perkins Ave., Sandusky where funeral services will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, May 19. Private family burial will be at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to the Melanie Huston College Fund, c/o Key Bank, 601 Cleveland Road W., Huron, OH, 44839. Condolences may be shared with the family at

Jill (Mingus) Huston Nov. 27, 1965 - May 14, 2011

Jill (Mingus) Huston, 45, of Huron Township passed away unexpectedly at her home Saturday, May 14, 2011. She was born Nov. 27, 1965, in Sandusky. She was a 1984 graduate of EHOVE JVS and Huron High School. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in education from Bowling Green State University. A proud educator in the Sandusky School system, she worked as a literacy specialist at Osborne Elementary School. She was a member of the Ohio Education Association and the National Education Association. Jill’s passion for nature was shown by her love of birds, her beautiful flower beds and her kinship in vegetable gardening with her dad, George Mingus. Jill’s enthusiasm for fitness resulted in her winning first place, in her age category, in the Huron Lighthouse 5K run, May 7, 2011. Friends and family alike raved about Jill’s homemade bread, as well as her passion for canning

Church Chat Services Directory Christ Episcopal Church 120 Ohio St., Huron 419-433-4701 Sunday—9 a.m. and Adult Sunday School 10:30 a.m. 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. Grace Orthodox Presbyterian Church Kalahari Resort, Nia Convention Center Rt. 250, Huron 419-271-3934 Worship—Sunday 6:00 p.m.

LOGOS - Wednesdays 3:30-6:00pm; Students k-12 invited Lake Erie Family Church Now Meeting at Great Lakes Country Club 1023 South, Main, Huron 419-775-6334 Worship Sunday 10am Pastors Joe & Helen Sprowl Lighthouse Assembly of God Church 820 Cleveland Rd. E., Huron 419-433-8889 Sunday service—10:30 a.m. Sunday school—9:30 a.m. Adult Bible Study--6 p.m. Sunday. Youth Group—6 p.m. Sunday Food Pantry—9 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesdays; 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursdays. Salvation Army Service Unit—10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Thursdays, by appointment only.

St. Matthew Evangelical Lutheran Church 15617 Mason Rd., Vermilion Rev. Dr. Karl Fry, Pastor 440-967-9886 Holy Trinity Anglican Church St. Rt. 113, Milan; cms 419-499-3683 Sunday School/ Bible Study 9:30 Rev. Dr. John C. Jordan Worship and Holy Communion—Sunday, Ladies Bible Fellowship 9:15 Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. Huron United Methodist Church 338 Williams St., Huron 419-433-3984 Rev. J. Roger Skelly-Watts 8 a.m. - Praise Service/Praise Band 9 a.m. - Sunday School 10 a.m. - Celebration Service/Organ & Choir

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 Sacrament service—9:30 a.m. Sundays Family History Center Wed. 10 am-2pm, Saturday service--5 p.m. Thur. 9am-9pm, 1st & 3rd Sat. 9am-5pm Sunday service—9 & 11 a.m. Jr. High Youth Group—Sundays 5-6:30 Zion Lutheran Church p.m. 930 Main St., Huron Sr. High Youth Group—Sundays 7-9 p.m. 419-433-4711 Latitude group ages 18-29—Thursdays, 7 p.m. 8:00 am Sundays Traditional worship service The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day 9:15 am Sundays Family friendly contemSaints porary worship service with Sunday School 4511 Galloway Rd., Huron for children and teens 419-626-9860 10:30 am Sundays Traditional worship Bishop: Bill Reel service


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Christ Church to Hold Recital to Showcase Restored Organ By Lisa Yako Christ Episcopal Church, Huron’s oldest church built in 1838, would like to invite the public to their “rebirthing” weekend. The weekend’s events include a meet and greet time at the Huron Yacht Club on Friday, May 20 at 5 PM and a worship service celebration on Sunday, May 22 at 10 AM. The most anticipated event of the weekend will take place on Saturday, May 21 at 2 PM at Christ Church. At that time, there will be a recital to showcase the church’s restored organ. The recital will feature organist, G. James Petersen, Jr., the Christ Church choir, and several soloists. The organ at Christ Church has quite a story to tell. It was constructed by the E. and G. G. Hook & Hastings Co. of Boston, Massachusetts, in 1872 and then was purchased by the Second Presbyterian Church in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, for $2,500. Apparently in need of a new organ, Second Presbyterian put their organ up for sale in 1911. Christ Church of Huron was in need of a new organ at that time and sent their minister, Edwin W. Todd, to inquire about the organ. The purchase was finalized in 1912 for the cost of $200 which included “crating, draying, setting-up, and tuning” of the organ. Interestingly, the organ was shipped via barge across Lake Erie to Huron. The barge was captained by Charles E. Montague, Junior Wardman of Christ Church.

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Library The Book Exchange meets Thursday, May 19 at 6:30 PM to discuss The Secret Gift by Ted Gup. This is the story of a Canton man who offers help at Christmas time during the depression. The group’s selection for June will be Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen. Order your copy online at, email or call 419-4335009. Chess Class at the Huron Public Library is Saturday, May 21 from 10 AM to 12:30

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PM. Players of all ages are encouraged to learn this challenging game or improve their existing skills. Please call 419-4335009 or register online at Children’s Department needs the following items for the 2011 Summer Reading Program: long sleeved men’s dress shirts (white, cream, pale yellow, or pink), yarn ~ any color, cancelled postage stamps. All items may be dropped off at the Circulation Desk or the Children’s Department. Thank you!

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Huron Public Library will be closed on Monday, May 30 in observance of Memorial Day. No items will be due on that day; however drop boxes will remain open. There are additional drop boxes located to the side of the Center Street entrance if the driveup boxes are full.

this year are: Children’s - “One World, Many Stories,” Tweens and Teens - “You are Here” and Adults - “Novel Destinations.” Look for more information coming soon through the schools and in the library!

Summer Reading Programs are coming to the Huron Public Library! Registration for summer reading programs for all ages will begin at 10 AM on Monday, June 6 online at, by phone, or in person. Themes

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Safety Town 2011... What is Safety Town? This is one of the most important educational programs for young children who will be entering Kindergarten in the fall. This 2-week (Monday-Thursday, Monday-Thursday) program is a planned curriculum program incorporating classroom activities to familiarize children with the school setting. Safety Town allows children entering Kindergarten to learn safe ways to approach school and everyday situations. The children are taught the basics of fire, water, traffic, and playground safety, as well as poison control, bus behavior and seatbelt importance. Huron Parks and Recreation is fortunate to have help from The Huron Fire & Police Departments, Erie Metroparks, Erie County Environmental Services, Ohio State Highway Patrol, Sandusky Power Squadron/Coastie, and Huron City Schools, who help make this program so successful. In addition, we have outstanding Teachers and Safety Town Teen Counselors who create a wonderful, fun and creative environment for our participants. Last but cer-

tainly not least, Huron Parks and Recreation has been fortunate to have the support of many local businesses that help with sponsorship and/or donations toward our daily snacks/supplies. More on these great community partners to follow in future articles. This year Safety Town will take place from June 13-23 (Mondays-Thursdays) at Shawnee Elementary School. Thursday, June 23rd is Graduation Day… students and parents attend for a Graduation Ceremony/Party! The registration fee is $35 for Residents and $40 for Non-Residents, the deadline for registration is May 13, 2011. Safety Town Registration Forms are available on our website or at the office. uuuuu

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

City Wide Garage Sale-Saturday, June 4th Mark your calendars to come and shop at the largest garage sale in Huron! Come to the Huron Boat Basin, 330 N. Main St., from 9:00am-2:00pm. The event will be held rain or shine, and there is something for everyone! There are only a few spaces left for those who are looking to sell items at the sale, so hurry and register today. Spaces are $10 each. Pre-Registration is required. Forms are available online or in our office. uuuuu

Swim Lessons presented by Huron Lagoon Marina If you’re between the ages of 3 and 10, come learn to swim at the Huron Lagoon Marina pool! Registration is limited, so be sure to sign up today. Sprint Session: June 27-July 1 Session I -- July 5-15 Session II -- July 18-29 Session III -- August 1-12 Classes for kids ages 7 to 10: 9:00am9:30am or 9:35am-10:05am Classes for kids ages 3 to 6: 10:10am-10:40am; 10:45am11:15am. Registration for the Sprint Session is only $30 residents/ $35 non-residents. Registration for Session I is only is $50 residents/$55 non-residents. Registration for Sessions II & III is only $55 residents/$60 non-residents. uuuuu

Summer Sports Camps begin in June It doesn’t matter what your favorite sport is; we have something for everyone! Registrations are being accepted at this time. For complete program details and registration forms visit our website • Track and Throwing Camp- June 8 to June 10 • Baseball Camp- June 20 to June 24 • Golf Camp- June 27-29 for grades 1-4 and July 11-13 for grades 5-8 • Cheerleading Camp- July 6 to July 8 • Tennis Camp- July 11to July 22 • Soccer Camp- July 18 to July 22 uuuuu

Help Wanted! Baseball Camp Instructors needed Looking for instructors to run a baseball camp for kid’s ages 6-12 years old. Camp will be held at Fabens Park from June 20-24th, from 9:00am-12:00pm. If interested, please contact Brian Croucher, Recreation Manager, for further details at 419-433-8487.

YMCA Events READY, SET, GO!!!!!! Time to register for the Festival of the Fish Jay Hershey 5K Run. Saturday, June 18. Registration 8:00am, race time 9:00am. Forms are available at the Y or Cleveland Clinic. Cost $15.00 Pre-register and $20.00 Race day. (Entry fee is non-refundable) T-shirts to the first 100 registered participants. Awards to the Best Overall Female & Male and winners in each age division. Call the Y for more information (440)967-4208 CAMP WEWANAGO SUMMER DAY CAMP Ages 6-12 (completed kindergarten) June 6-Aug.26, you can register for all summer or by the week! The Y offers before camp childcare that begins at 6:00am, Camp Activities are from 9:00am-4:00pm, after camp care ends at 6:00pm. Weekly

Themes/Daily activities. Fees: **3 days** (minimum) Y member $77.00 Non Y $80.00 **4 days** Y member $95.00 Non Y $99.00 **5 days** Y member $111.00 Non Y $116.00 Program Scholarships available for those who qualify. Call 967-3050 for more information about the YMCA Camps ATTENTION EVERYONE!!! The KALAHARI FUNDRAISER IS BACK!!!!Vermilion Family YMCA Kalahari Night & Family Getaway: Only $104.00…Friday, Sept. 16, package includes a room for up to 4 and 4 Waterpark passes! (Additional passes can be purchased for $20.00 per person) Ask for the Vermilion Group Rate when you call 1-877-KALAHARI. The Vermilion YMCA benefits from each room reserved!

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Firespike/Odontonema A wonderful place to visit in Florida is the Edison Ford Winter Estates in Ft. Myers, Fla. Not only do you have the opportunity to tour the estates, which are side by side, but you also may tour the gardens. It was while on this tour, I discovered Firespike. This is a lovely large, 3’ tall-2’ wide plant, but it has lovely plumes of a medium tone of lavender. The plant’s foliage is herbaceous, and the leaves smooth textured. It blooms there in late winter to early spring, but when brought north, it will bloom all summer. Firespike is considered a tropical plant, which does well in sun to partial shade. The plant attracts bees, butterflies and birds, and only needs normal watering, with a warning not to over water. Propagation can be done by seed, or by new wood cuttings. This plant is brought to you attention because it can be pruned back and kept over winter here in Ohio. Please be encouraged to try new plants, it is both fun and educational. I purchased my plant in February, and it is still blooming in my home at the time of this writing. More information about Firespike can be found online at You may also purchase your own Firespike online as well. Happy Gardening.

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Schools Progress Made at the Woodlands Children’s Gardens This past Saturday, 16 Huron residents took time out of their busy schedules to help pull weeds and plant marigolds at the Woodlands Children’s Gardens. The volunteers included both students and adults. The student volunteers were: Jacob Clark, Madissen Crow, Keegan Green, Maria DiVita, Stevie Holbrook, Elizabeth Mast, Molly Lehrer, Jordan Prosser, Hannah Blackwell, and Gretchen

Blackwell. The adult volunteers were: Tim Wallick, Sandy Schuh, Debbie Phinney, Daniel Slife, and Lisa Yako. Everyone in attendance jumped right in and started working, and all enjoyed a delightful time in the garden. Thank you to all of these volunteers. Though the many volunteers on Saturday did make much progress at the Woodlands Gardens, there is still work to be done. If you have never

seen the gardens, you would be impressed at the size! Additional work is needed to pull weeds and do some spring planting. The maintenance of this garden is done solely by volunteers. Please contact Lisa Yako at 419433-6233 or if you would like to schedule some time at the gardens. Remember, many hands make light work!

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St. Peter School students are shown in Mrs. Cathy Buckingham’s computer lab class experiencing hands-on, minds-on learning through the use of LEGO Education WeDo robotics kits. Bridging the physical world, represented by LEGO robotics models, and the virtual word, represented by computers and programming software, the learning experience actively involves students in their own learning process and promotes creative thinking, teamwork, and problem solving skills - skills that are essential in the workplace of the 21st century. Fifth grade student Lea Fox reports, “It was really cool, because you learned how to work together to solve a problem.” Seventh grade student Josh Digman said, “This lesson and the lessons leading up to it were an amazing experience in programming robots.”

McCormick Jr. High School Students of the Month for April Congratulations to the following McCormick Junior High students for earning the “Student of the Month” title for April: Lisa Gies, 7th grade & Allie Lenyo, 8th grade. McCormick Principal, Mr. Chad Carter, and the grade level teachers will recognize one deserving student a month throughout the school year. “The award will be LISA GIES based 7TH GRADE on the following criteria: attendance, attitude, workmanship, growth and improvement, classroom behavior and work completion,” stated Mr. Carter, McCormick Principal. The Student of the Month candidates are nominated by the grade level teachers and selected by Mr. Carter and the McCorALLIE LENYO mick staff. 8TH GRADE

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Students of Mr. Dale Casper’s 6th grade gifted Language Arts class launch rockets after studying the memoir, October Sky by Homer Hickam.

Sixth Grade Gifted Language Arts Class Soars to New Heights The sixth grade gifted language arts class at Woodlands Intermediate School had taken learning to new heights last week. After reading and studying the book, October Sky by Homer Hickam, the students built rockets and launched them on Tuesday, May 10th. Mr. Dale Casper, the Gift Intervention Specialist of the class has taught this lesson the past five years. Every year Casper had envisioned a lesson enrichment consisting of a rocket launch. This year it was made possible through grant money he was able to secure from New Horizons through North Point Educational Service Center. The rockets are reusable with the exception of needing a new engine with each new launch. The Huron students were able to parallel their experience of “success does not come without failure” to that of Hickam’s nostalgic memoir.

Each successful launch the angle was measured and the height was then calculated and recorded. The launch was the last of the projects associated with the memoir. A complete book study had been done prior to the launch. Additional assignments included: scientific report on building and launching the rockets, compare & contrast summary of the book, October Sky, and the movie, Rocket Boys, content quizzes, discussion groups, and over 300 new vocabulary words. The story details the rocket launching adventures of Homer Hickam and his friends during their teenage years in Coalwood, West Virginia, in the 1950s. Student, Augie Beckman stated the most important thing he learned from the book was, “never give up and always try your hardest.” Classmate, Maria DeVita learned, “if someone says you can’t…you actually

can.” The book is very encouraging to be who you want to be and do what you want to do, explained student, Will Steuk. He thought it was a very good book and would definitely recommend it to a friend. Classmate, Aubrey Baumler liked the use of science, math, trigonometry and scientific method mixed together throughout the story. The sixth grade gifted language arts students have spent the last two years with Mr. Casper as their teacher. They wanted the opportunity to thank him for his leadership and all the other enrichment opportunities he has provided them throughout their education. As the school year begins to wind down, symbolically October Sky and the rocket launch is an appropriate lesson for the sixth grade students to blast off on as they head over to McCormick Junior High next year. Mission accomplished!

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Sports Lady Tiger’s On A Roll After a rough start for the Lady Tiger’s varsity softball team, the young women are peaking at right time. Last week, Coach Everman’s team stunned all winning the local sectional title by first defeating Western Reserve and now, Margaretta 4-2. Both teams had much superior records compared to Huron’s 10-16 overall record. All of this while playing a brutally packed schedule due to Mother Nature’s inclement weather. Huron has gone 5-1 over the last week and a half, culminating with a convincing run ruled victory over the Oak Harbor Rockets, 15-4. The Tigers feasted on the oppositions pitching, collecting 21 hit in all. Shortstop senior Lauren Volz went 4 for 4 (all doubles), scoring three times and knocking in four RBI’s. Freshman Amanda Vacca also went 4 for 4 and scored a team high five times. Kate Weber, Morgan Asberry, and Renee St. Clair all had three hits a piece to pace the Tiger onslaught. Pitcher Karissa Shepherd was very steady on the

mound picking up another win. But the biggest of win of the year thus far was the 4-2 sectional title game against the Polar Bears in Castalia. Just the night before, the Tigers had taking down Margaretta the night before in Huron in SBC play. On this day, the Polar Bears opened the scoring with two runs in the bottom of the fourth inning. After being shut out of a great scoring opportunity the inning before, the Tigers made up for it the very next inning by bringing in all four of their runs to take the lead permanently. Junior Kelsey Koehler singled in Volz. Then, St. Clair tied the game at two a piece on a wild pitch. An error allowed Koehler to score third run, while Shepherd knocked in pinch runner Megan McNulty for the final run of the game. Pitcher Olivia Warren got the big win for the Tigers and she was nicely aided by another no error performance by the Huron defense.

13th Annual Huron Football Golf Scramble Monday June 20 Thunderbird Hills South Course Open to: Huron Football players, coaches, H-Team members, and friends of the Huron Football Program. This is a 9 hole (shot-gun start) scramble starting at 4:25 p.m. The cost is $20.00 for football players and $30.00 for the friends of the Huron Football Program. Coach Legando will determine the pairings for the scramble teams. You must check in between 3:45 and 4:15 p.m. Refreshments will be served by the H-Team starting at 6:15 p.m. Donations for the refreshments will be accepted. Entry forms for this event may be picked up at Jim’s Pizza Box or the Huron Market. Entry forms and payment to the Huron Athletic Booster Club should be mailed to Coach Legando care of Huron High School, 710 Cleveland Road W. Huron, Ohio 44839. Please return your entry no later than June 11, 2011.

13th Annual Huron Football Golf Scramble Monday, June 20, 2011 Thunderbird Hills South Course Open to: Football players, coaches, H-Team members, and friends of the Huron Football Program. This is a 9 hole (shotgun start) scramble starting at 4:25 pm. Coach Legando will determine the pairings for the scramble teams. You must check in at the golf course between 3:45 and 4:15 pm. This year we are asking that your entry fee be paid with your completed entry form. The cost will be $20.00 for football players and $30.00 for the friends of the Huron Football Program. This cost includes your green fees and carts. Carts will be mandatory due to the shotgun start. Please make your checks payable to the Huron Athletic Booster Club. Power weenies and refreshments will be served by the H-Team starting at 6:30 pm. (Football players who are non-golfers are welcome to the power weenie session and are encouraged to attend.)

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