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Metroparks Welcomes Alpacas to Barnyard Visitors of The Barnyard at Erie MetroParks will see two new additions to the variety of farm animals. A pair of female alpacas between 6 and 8 years old will be used to educate children through programs provided by Melissa Viviano, a volunteer who operates The Barnyard. They will join the horses, goats and rabbits used in farm programs throughout the year. The alpacas were donated by Huron resident John Ehrhardt, and are a welcome addition to the MetroParks facility. For information on programs being held at The Barnyard, call 419625-7783, Ext. 221 or visit eriemetroparks.com.
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The Curious Savage to be Presented at The Huron Playhouse as Hannibal; Krista Flanigan (Wethersfield, Smiles, laughter and charming characters times only by greed and dishonesty. Britney Koser (Huron) plays Ethel Savage and Conn.) as Fairy May; Jacob Robinson (Cincinwill fill your evening as The Huron Playhouse presents: The Curious Savage, by John Patrick. her children are portrayed by Daniel Floren nati) as Jeffrey; and Julie Koenig (Huron) as Come! Enjoy the charming, heartwarming and (Eau Claire, Wisc.) as Titus; Matthew Harris Mrs. Paddy. The staff is portrayed by Jennifer Lefsyk (Niskayuna, N.Y.) ‘feel good’ comedy. The as Miss Wilhelmina; and Curious Savage presented Andy Herr (Williamsville, at The Huron Playhouse N.Y.) as Dr. Emmett. July 20 through July 24. Veteran Playhouse artisThe playhouse is located tic and managing direcin the McCormick Midtor, Jann Graham-Glann dle School on Ohio Street (Huron) will direct The in Huron. Curious Savage. J. Rex Prolific comedic playStanforth, (Milan) dewright, John Patrick, has signed the set. Lighting fashioned a lively story designer is Russell Homan centered around the ‘ad(Rockford, Ill.); Laura ventures’ of Mrs. Ethel Horn (Huron) is costume Savage. Having been left coordinator and sound 10 million dollars by her design is by Phil Wooding late husband, she wants (Kenosha, Wisc.). to make the best use of it, Other plays this season in spite of the efforts by include: “State Fair,” (July her grown-up step-chil27-July 31, at 8 p.m.) dren to get their hands on Ticket prices for all Huit. The step-children, seeron Playhouse producing they cannot easily get tions are $16 for adults, hold of her wealth, com$14 for students and semit her to a “sanatorium” hoping to “bring her to The Huron Playhouse presents The Curious Savage. Cast members pic- niors, and $11 for chilher senses.” Mrs. Savage tured: Front row (L to R) Julie Koenig (Huron); Jennifer Majetic (Pitts- dren under 12. The curis determined, however, burgh); Nate Huntley (Sandusky); Britney Koser (Huron); Krista Flanigan tain time is 8 p.m. nightly (Tuesday through Satto establish a fund to help (Wethersfield, Conn.); and Andy Herr (Williamsville, NY). others realize their hopes Back Row (L to R) Jacob Robinson (Cincinnati); Jennifer Lefsyk (Niskayuna, urday). For reservations and dreams, and with the NY); Daniel Floren (Eau Claire, Wisc.); Kaleigh Thadani (London, UK); and and further information, contact The Huron Playwonderful assistance of Matthew Harris (Racine, Wisc.). house at 419-433-4744. her ‘family’ at the sanatorium, she is able to carry out her plans. Audi- (Racine, Wisc.) as Samuel; and Kaleigh Thada- The box office at McCormick School, 325 Ohio ences are left with a feeling that the neglected ni (London, UK) as Lily Belle. The guests of the St., is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. virtues of kindness and affection have not been sanatorium are Jennifer Majetic (Pittsburgh, to 9 p.m., and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. entirely lost in a world that seems motivated at Pa.) as Florence; Nate Huntley (Sandusky)
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BY JUDGE BILL STEUK, HURON MUNICIPAL COURT Please note that the Huron Municipal Court has added more features to its Web site. The features include general information about the court; they also include specific information about each of the divisions of the court, including the traffic/criminal division and the civil division.
Moreover, local court rules are now available. The site offers forms for anyone desiring to file a small claims complaint, and we have added eviction forms relating to residential evictions. Please take some time to review the Web site if you have any dealings with the court or if you would like general information about our court. Please also contact us if you have any comments or suggestions. If you would to access the Web site, the web address is www.cityofhuron. org/muni-court.htm. You can also find the Web site through the City of Huronâ€™s site at www.cityofhuron.org.
Serving Our Seniors Attracts 300 to Electric Forum The public forum titled: â€œFrom The Consumersâ€™ Perspective: Fair Electric Rates For All Electric Homeownersâ€? sponsored by Serving Our Seniors has attracted 300 RSVPs from people who want to be in the audience to dialogue with panelists about their promised all-electric discount being taken away. The forum will take place at The Chapel, 4444 Galloway Road in Sandusky from 4 to 6 p.m., July 23. The speakers panel will be: Rep. Dennis Murray, Jr.; Rep. Terry Boose; Senator Mark Wagoner; Amy Gomberg, legislative director with the Ohio Consumersâ€™ Counsel; Gary Mortus, external affairs manger, First Energy. The public is invited to attend.
Once at the city Web site, look under the heading called â€œDepartmentsâ€? and scroll down to the â€œCourtâ€? section. It is our hope that you find the information contained in this Web site helpful if you have any questions about, or dealings with, our Court. Articles appearing in this column are intended to provide broad, general information about the law. Before applying this information to a specific legal problem, readers are urged to seek advice from an attorney.
Choir Raises Funds for Trip The 2010-2011 St. Mary Central Catholic High School Honors Choir is planning on traveling to Orlando for an Adjudicated Performance Festival. In preparation for the trip, choir members will be participating in a community garage sale from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Saturday, July 17 at the Merry-Go-Round Museum. Anyone who has items they want to get rid of is encouraged to consider the choir members and their efforts to raise funds. Items can be dropped off to the SMCC Band Room, at the entrance on Madison Street by the playground from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, July 15; and from 9 a.m. to noon on Friday, July 16. Huronâ€™s own Stephanie Endlish is joining the Honors Choir as a freshman this fall and is thankful for the support!
Huron Venture Crew Planning Next Event Huron has its very own Venture Crew. A venture crew is a Boy Scout-sponsored co-ed group of people, ages 14-21, who engage in high adventures. The members organize the adventures themselves with the help of advisers. The Huron Venture Crew #86 was formed in December 2009 and has recently come back from its first adventure. The group went caving in Kentucky where there is a group of privately owned caves. With the help of the Louisville Grotto, a caving organization under the auspices of the Na-
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Main Street Hosting Boat Raffle The Main Street Vermilion Boat Raffle drawing for a fully loaded, custom designed boat will be Thursday, July 15, at Rompâ€™s Water Port. The drawing will follow the Third Thursday concerts downtown. The party is free and open to everyone and will feature free popcorn and sno-cones. Hot dogs and beverages will be available for purchase. Dr. Magic, Vermilionâ€™s great magician, will be performing, and the radio station WOBL will be broadcasting live. Go downtown for the musical event, then
come over to Rompâ€™s Water around 8:30 pm. The drawing will be held at 9:15 pm. The Scout 187 Sportfish sports a 115 Yamaha Four Stroke Motor and comes with a Boatwheels aluminum trailer. Free dockage at Rompâ€™s Family Fun Marina and gas is also included. Tickets are still available at Rompâ€™s, Main Street Vermilion and Bad Boy Bait & Tackle. Tickets are $20 each; three for $50; or six for $100. Proceeds benefit Main Street Vermilion.
The Northwest Ohio community is encouraged to join historic Vermilion in an annual celebration of Christmas in Summer in a Small Town on a Great Lake. Donâ€™t miss the Annual Christmas In July celebration in Vermilion, being held July 23-25. The event involves three fun-filled days of activities, entertainment and shopping bargains. Santa arrives by Riverboat on Friday; and on Saturday, there will be
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Roger Dodger Balloon Art, and shopping the Open Air Market. On Sunday, enjoy the sounds of the season at the Concert In The Park. There will be special sales, decorations and events at local merchants and restaurants. Details of the weekend follow: â€˘ Friday, July 23: Santa by Riverboat: Santa arrives by riverboat at 8:30 p.m. on the Vermilion River at East Exchange Park. An outdoor Christmas Movie will follow the festivities. â€˘ Saturday, July 24: Roger Dodgerâ€™s Colorful Balloon Art will be in Exchange Park from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. HOMETOWN NEWS Roger has a great rapport GREAT PRESS FOR A GREAT LAKE PLACE with the children and parPublished by Huron Press, LLC. ents and knows how to work Huron Hometown NewsÂŽ SM TM 1992 the line. Donâ€™t miss this free P.O. Box 330 â€˘ Huron, Ohio 44839 Phone 419-433-1401 â€˘ Fax 419-734-5382 event in downtown Vermilwww.huronhometownnews.com Published every Thursday ion, which is sponsored by the Inland Seas Maritime Editor & Publisher JOHN SCHAFFNER Museum. â€˘ Saturday, July 24: Open General Manager/Editor CONNIE ROBERTS email@example.com Air Market: Main Street Vermilion and the City of VerAccount Executive CONNIE ROBERTS milion presents the Vermilconnie@huronhometownnews.com ion Local Market at Victory ANDY SAUSSER Park on Saturday - holiday firstname.lastname@example.org style. This local market offers home-grown fruit, vegSports Editor CHRIS MISCHLER etables, herbs, fresh flowers, email@example.com local meat, cheese and other Copy Editor ROBERTA REDFERN goodies. Local artists will also showcase and sell their Graphic Design JENNIFER L. DAUBEL work. The market will be Classifieds firstname.lastname@example.org held from 2 to 6 p.m. â€˘ Friday, Saturday and Business Manager CINDY CONSTIEN Sunday: Art On Main: The Contributing Editorial MARY STRAYER Arts Guild of Vermilion JUDGE WILLIAM STEUK will present an art show at POLICE CHIEF MAJOY the Main Street Vermilion HURON PARKS & RECREATION Building, 685 Main St. HURON PUBLIC LIBRARY â€˘ Sunday, July 25: Music In Letters to the Editor, our readersâ€™ opinion forum, The Huron Hometown News is owned and operated The Park: Christmas In July news releases and your comments as to the operation by Huron Press, LLC. No part of this publication may of The Huron Hometown News are welcome. Please be reproduced or transmitted in any form without the wraps up with a free connote: All letters to the editor, intended for publication, expressed, written consent of the Publisher. cert at Victory Park gazebo must be signed by the writer and include a phone The views expressed by the contributors are not number (for verification purposes only). necessarily those of the management of The Huron in downtown Vermilion at Photos and materials submitted for publication are Hometown News and its heading and logo are protected to be considered property of The Huron Hometown through trademark, servicemark and copyright 7 p.m. Attendees are asked News, unless otherwise specified. Materials to be registration. returned must include a self-addressed, stamped Class liners and Retail ads closing @ Monday by to bring a blanket or lawn envelope with proper postage. 4:00 PM. chair.
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Milestones OBITUARIES John H. Bartzen October 14, 1911 - June 25, 2010 John Henry Bartzen, 87, formerly of Huron, passed away at home in Tucson, Arizona on June 25th. John was born in Huron to the late Anthony and Hattie (Feldkamp) Bartzen. He graduated from Huron High School in 1940. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps, Company B, Signal Battalion, 3rd Amphibious Corps during World War II. He married his loving wife, LaVerne â€œTinyâ€? (Graver) 60 years ago on May 28, 1950. He managed the former Sohio Standard Oil in Huron for 42 years before retiring and later moving to Tucson. He enjoyed sports, bowling, hunting, fishing, swimming and traveling. John was a member of the United Methodist Church in Huron where he was a choir member and was the church treasurer for numerous years. He was also a member of the Eagles, Toledo Shriners Zenobia, past president of the Masons and American Legion. He was also active in the Boy Scouts. He is survived by his wife and three sons; Tony (Sandy) Bartzen of Sandusky, Greg (Sharon) Bartzen of Huron and Loren (Sara) Bartzen of Tucson, Arizona; 10 grandchildren, Carrie (Keith Klima) Bartzen, Stacy Catri, Rachel Gonzales, Kyle Bartzen, Stephanie (John) Smith, David (Angie Jameson) Bartzen, Joe (Tammy) Bartzen, Jeff Bartzen, Anthony NantaĂŻ Bartzen and John Paul Bartzen; 14 great grandchildren; brother-in-law Bob (Marie) Kehr and many other friends and relatives. A special thanks to caring friends Tom and Gina McCarthy. He was preceded in death by his parents, a special aunt, Erna Bartzen and a great grandson, Howard Ray Bartzen. A memorial service will be on Saturday July 31 at 11:00 a.m. at the United Methodist Church, Huron. A luncheon will follow. The Rev. Roger Skelley-Watts will officiate. The body was donated to science and will be cremated. Burial will be at a later date in Huron at Scott Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the United Methodist Church, Huron, the American Diabetes Association or the American Heart Association.
Ursula M. Badamy Oct. 21, 1924 - July 7, 2010 Ursula M. Badamy, 85, of Huron and formerly Rochester, N.Y., died unexpectedly Wednesday morning, July 7, 2010, in Firelands Regional Medical Center. She was the daughter of the late Elsie (Wehner) and August Birkholz, born October 21, 1924, in Weyauwega, Wis. She attended St. Maryâ€™s Catholic Church in Sandusky and St. Margaret Mary Irondequoit Catholic Church in Rochester. She was devoted to her children and grandchildren. Ursula was an avid reader. Ursula is survived by her daughters, Jo Anne Johnson of Bradenton, Fla., Elyse M. Badamy of Amarillo, Texas, and Suzanne
(Mark) Popham of Webster, N.Y.; son, Patrick Badamy of Huron; eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Dr. Patrick Badamy, in 1998; two brothers, Leonard Birkholz and Herbert Wehner; and one grandchild, Peter Joseph. Friends called 5-8 p.m. Friday in Groff Funeral Home, 1607 E. Perkins Ave., Sandusky. Funeral services were held Monday in St. Margaret Mary Irondequoit Catholic Church, 401 Rogers Parkway, Rochester. Burial will be in Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Rochester. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Margaret Mary Irondequoit Catholic Church, 401 Rogers Parkway, Rochester, NY 14617. Condolences may be shared with her family by visiting grofffuneralhomes.com.
William H. Hahn Aug. 20, 1918 - July 8, 2010 William H. Hahn, 91, of Huron died Thursday evening, July 8, 2010, in Firelands Regional Medical Center, Sandusky, after a brief illness. He was born Aug. 20, 1918, in Oxford Twp., and graduated from Huron High School in 1937. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was a lifelong area resident and worked for Erie Sand and Gravel Company, Sandusky, for 22 years before retiring in 1983. He was a member of Zion Lutheran Church in Huron and belonged to the Zion dart ball team. He was a member of the American Legion and a life member of the VFW, both in Sandusky. He enjoyed fishing, woodworking and reading. He is survived by his wife, Mary â€œJeanâ€? Dahs, to whom he was married for 64 years; daughter, Kathleen (the late Eugene) Pulice of Ft. Myers, Fla.; three sons, David (Peg) Hahn of Ann Arbor, Mich., Dennis (Jeannette) Hahn of Sandusky and Dean (Dana) Hahn of Dublin, Ohio; seven grandchildren, Ryan, Brady, Tim, Steve, and Jennifer (Koelsch) Hahn, Kendle Arribas and Kevin Pulice; four great-grandchildren; sister, Mary Vaughn of California; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Conrad and Edna (Smith) Hahn; and brothers, Clifford, Theodore, Wilbur and Donald Hahn. Friends called 6-8 p.m. Sunday in Foster Funeral Home, 410 Main St., Huron, and from 10 a.m. Monday until the 11 a.m. service in Zion Lutheran Church, 930 S. Main St., Huron. The Rev. Raymond Vance will officiate. Burial will be in Meadow Green Memorial Park, Huron. Contributions may be made to Zion Lutheran Church, Huron, or Huron Rescue Squad, 413 Main St., Huron, OH 44839. Condolences may be shared at fosterfh. com.
secretary and treasurer of the Huron Yacht Club; a member of Huron Yacht Club Golf League; past board member of JTPA; was a volunteer for the Salvation Army; a member of the Lay Committee at Huron United Methodist Church; and editor of the Huron High School Anchor and Megaphone. She is survived by two daughters, Doris Ann Cherry of Huron and Dee Ann (Cherry) Latt of Sussex, Wis.; a son, Timothy Alan Cherry of Huron; loving companion and friend, Robert G. Creech; mother-in-law, Wilma R. Cherry of Huron; grandchildren, Gretchen Hulsberg of West Palm Beach, Fla., Carlton and Rebecca Cherry of Huron, Danielle, Mackenzie and Christopher Latt of Sussex; and sisters, Judy Holland of Huron and Peggy Fleenor of Toledo. Preceding her in death was her daughter, Deborah Sue Hulsberg; parents, James Howard Adams and Mary Eloise Smith; and sister, Patti Haynes. A celebration of life service will be at 10 a.m. Friday at United Methodist Church, 338 Williams St., Huron, with the Rev. William Lucht officiating. Contributions made be made to New Life Hospice, 3700 Kolbe Road, Lorain, OH 44035. Condolences may be shared at fosterfh. com. Foster Funeral Home & Crematory is handling arrangements.
He was born Feb. 21, 1945, in Willard, and was a lifelong resident of Huron. He retired from Ford Motor Company, Sandusky, in 2004. He enjoyed trap shooting and was a member of the National Rifle Association. He is survived by his daughters, Teresa (Donald Brooks) Bollinger of Bellevue and Alicia Bollinger of Huron; son, Russel Bollinger of Sandusky; stepsons, Dennis and Ben Antonelli; mother, Geraldine Durfey of Huron; his companion, Darlene Brooks of Sandusky; ex-wife, Mary L. Perry and Juanita Blackburn; grandchildren, Ashley and Jill Brooks and Erika, Autumn and Danielle Bollinger; great-granddaughter, Aubree Palmison; sisters, Christine King of Toledo, Iris Winer of Oak Harbor and Deanna Durfey of Castalia; half sisters, Stacy and Lisa, of South Carolina; brothers, Kane Durfey of Huron, Ross Durfey of Sandusky and Douglas Bollinger of Huron; and a half brother, Tyler of South Carolina. He was preceded in death by his father, Russell Bollinger; his stepfather, Thomas Durfey; and wife, Annette Bollinger in 1999. There will be no visitation or services. Foster Funeral Home, Huron, is handling arrangements. Condolences may be shared at fosterfh. com.
Carol R. Cherry Jan. 6, 1938 - July 11, 2010
Carol R. Cherry of Huron, died at her residence Sunday, July 11, 2010, after an extended illness. She was born Jan. 6, 1938, on Mount Joy, Rarden, Ohio, to Mary Eloise (Smith) Adams and Howard James Adams. She was a resident of Huron for the past 64 years. She graduated from Huron High School in 1955. She retired from the Erie County Engineerâ€™s Office, was previously employed by Edward L. Feick, the Palladino Family, the Ratner Family in Cleveland, and V. J. Sedlon, Huron Manufacturing & Aluminum Corp. She was a member of the Huron Yacht Club; Huron Eagles; AMVETS of Sandusky; was a member-atlarge of American Business Women; past board member of Ohio County Commissioners and Engineers State of Ohio; treasurer of Booster Club; past officer of Parent Teacher OrganiBrian C. Bollinger zation; organized the first Feb. 21, 1945 - July 10, 2010 Womenâ€™s Classic Bowling Brian C. Bollinger, 65, of Huron, died un- League; was a member and expectedly Saturday, July 10, 2010, at his past officer of the Lady Kegler Bowling League; was residence.
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Sunday, August 1st thru Thursday, August 5th Zion Lutheran Church, 930 Main St., will be hosting the Community Vacation Bible School. We will meet from 6:00 until 8:15 p.m. in the evening, which is typical for Zion, but a little different for the other churches. This allows for children and their working parents to have an opportunity that might not be available during the day. Starting on Sunday is very different! We are inviting the families to a picnic with hot dogs and chips at 5:00 p.m. and then begin our first session at 6:00. Parents will be introduced to
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 8:00 a.m. Casual Worship (Boaters Welcome!) 9:30 a.m. Traditional Worship Service Grace Orthodox Presbyterian Church Kalahari Resort, Nia Convention Center Rt. 250, Huron 419-271-3934 email@example.com www.graceop.org Worshipâ€”Sunday 6:00 p.m.
the program. We are excited to use a new and unique curriculum from the Go Fish Guys. The theme is â€œBackstage with the Bible.â€? This theme has the children feeling like â€œGodâ€™s superstarsâ€? as they learn new upbeat music as well as old favorite songs with a new twist. There will be Bible stories, snacks, crafts and games. This curriculum is special in that it emphasizes the children learning to use their Bibles and learning the story of salvation and sharing the Good News. â€œBackstage with the Bibleâ€? invites all
children who are four years old and who have been in preschool through youth who have completed fifth grade. Students in sixth grade through high school are welcome to be helpers. All children must be pre-registered by July 19. Registration forms can be found at St. Peter, First Presbyterian Church, Huron United Methodist Church, Christ Episcopal Church and Zion Lutheran Church. Forms will also be available from the duck display by St. Peter Church at the River Fest. For more information call Zion at 419-433-4711.
Sunday. 419-627-0208 Youth Groupâ€”6 p.m. www.chapel-sandusky.org Sunday Saturday service--5 p.m. Food Pantryâ€”9 a.m.-3 Sunday serviceâ€”9 & 11 a.m. p.m. Wednesdays; 10 a.m.-2 Jr. High Youth Groupâ€” p.m. Thursdays. Sundays 5-6:30 p.m. Sr. High Youth Groupâ€” Salvation Army Service Unitâ€” 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Thursdays, Sundays 7-9 p.m. Huron United Methodist by appointment only. Latitude group ages 18Church 29â€”Thursdays, 7 p.m. 338 Williams St., Huron St. Matthew Evangelical 419-433-3984 Lutheran Church The Church of Jesus www.huronumc.org 15617 Mason Rd., Christ of Latter Day Saints On Sundays: Vermilion 4511 Galloway Rd., Huron 8 a.m. - Praise Service in Rev. Dr. Karl Fry, Pastor 419-626-9860 Fellowship Hall 440-967-9886 Bishop: Bill Reel 8 a.m. - Summer Sunday www.luther ansonline. Sacrament serviceâ€”9:30 com/stmattvermlcms School, preschool - 4th gr. a.m. Sundays Sunday School/ Bible 10 a.m. - Celebration SerFamily History Center Wed. Study 9:30 vice Sanctuary 10 am-2pm, Thur. 9am-9pm, Ladies Bible Fellowship 9:15 1st & 3rd Sat. 9am-5pm Refreshments are provided in Fellowship Hall Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. Zion Lutheran Church St. Peterâ€™s Catholic Church 930 Main St., Huron Lighthouse Assembly of 430 Main St., Huron 419-433-4711 God Church 820 Cleveland Rd. E., Huron 419-433-5725 www.zionhuron.org 419-433-8889 Saturdayâ€”5 p.m. Bible hour 8:15am www.lighthouseagc.org Sundayâ€”8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. Worship service 9:30am Sunday serviceâ€”10:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:30am Sunday schoolâ€”9:30 a.m. The Chapel Adult Bible Study--6 p.m. 4444 Galloway Rd., Sandusky
New Church Forming Huron, Ohio Pastors Joseph and Helen Sprowl invite you to an Open House - Bible Study the Huron Public Library 333 Williams Street (downstairs, meeting room B) Wednesday, July 21st from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm For further information 419-775-6334
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The Board of Trustees of the Huron Public Library is accepting applications for an open Board position. Service on the Board of Trustees is voluntary and without compensation. Trustee application forms and job descriptions can be obtained at the library’s circulation desk or at www.huronlibrary.org. Completed applications are due at the library by August 6. The Board of Trustees is composed of seven members residing in the Huron City School district, and currently meets on the second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. The duties of the Board include determining the annual budget of the library; establishing library policy; advocating for the library in the community; planning for the future of the library; and securing funds needed to operate the library. The Trustees take an oath to perform their duties as defined by the Ohio Revised Code. Candidates must have a strong interest in the welfare of the library and a belief in intellectual freedom. They must have the time and energy to devote to the library, and must be at least 18 years old. Trustees are chosen to represent the diversity of the commu-
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Office location: 110 Wall Street Mailing address: 417 Main St. Phone: 419-433-8487 Fax: 419-433-0470 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.huronparks.org All Huron Parks and Recreation Programs require pre-registration unless otherwise noted. Registration forms are available on the Web site or at the office. Sign up is encouraged early to avoid cancellation of programs due to low enrollment. Call for information or visit the Web site www.huronparks.org. ——— Youth Summer Sports Camps Looking for ways to stay active during the summer? Call the Huron Parks and Recreation Office to register for Youth Summer Sports Camps. Huron Parks and Recreation would like to thank Firelands Regional Medical Center for sponsoring these camps. Complete program details and registration forms are available on the parks and rec Web site. Tennis Camp: July 12-23 (fifththrough eighth-grade from 9 to 10 a.m.; and ninth- through twelfthgrade from 10:15 to 11:15 a.m.); Soccer Camp: July 19-23 ——— Fall Baseball & Softball Leagues Registration Deadline – Friday, July 23
Time to register for the six-week Fall Ball Leagues, Aug. 21- Oct. 3. All games are played at Fabens Park. Team and individual registrations will be accepted. Teams that register pay the team rate, and supply all their own equipment/shirts/hats. Individuals who register pay the individual rate, and are asking Huron Parks & Recreation to find placement for them on a team. Please note that the department will call teams to inquire if they are in need of players first; if placement cannot be found and if there are enough individuals to form a “house” team, parents of the individuals will be contacted to find a coach. Baseball divisions (age as of May 1, 2010): 8U (coach pitch), 10U, 12U and 14U. Baseball league plays on Saturdays; 14U plays on both Saturdays/ Sundays; double headers. Softball divisions (age as of Jan. 1, 2010): 10U, 12U, 14U and 18U. Softball league plays Sundays; double headers. Rates by deadline date of July 23 (registrations must be postmarked by this date) are: $55 for individuals (participants needing to be placed on a team); or $500 team rate (bringing a team in). After deadline rates are: $65 for individuals and $550 team rate. ——— 2010 First Federal Farmers Market Opening day for the 2010 season is only a few weeks away. In addition to
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Fisher-Titus Nurse Recognized For Health-Care Service Jill Schafer of Monroeville was recently among 75 healthcare employees who were recognized during the Ohio Hospital Association Recognition Dinner June 15. The dinner was held in conjunction with the association’s annual meeting at the Hilton Columbus, Easton. Fisher-Titus Medical Center nominated Schafer for this year’s Albert E. Dyckes Health Care Worker of the Year Award, presented by the OHA. Every Ohio hospital was invited to nominate one person for the Health Care Worker of the Year award, created in 1996 to honor a hospital em- SCHAFER ployee who demonstrates leadership, reflects the values and ideals of Ohio’s health care facilities, goes above and beyond the call of duty, gives back to the community and has overcome odds to succeed. “Jill’s passion to help those most at need continually takes her beyond her official ‘duties’ resulting in a variety of programs that have helped many people and organizations,” said Peg Baird, executive vice president of Fisher-Titus. “Through her tenure at FTMC, Jill has demonstrated her capabilities in many areas. … She is well-respected by her peers, management, medical staff, board of directors, and community members.” When Schafer – a registered nurse who also has a bachelor of science in nursing – was just a child, she was always the one trying to help family members who were sick or ailing. Little did she realize then that her instinct to help people would lead to a nursing career that would include providing compassionate care to patients in their homes, nursing homes, and hospitals, as well as educating individuals and groups on health issues and developing health and social initiatives for community members. Schafer moved from providing hands-on care in nursing homes, on the nursing floor, and in patients’ homes from 1987-1997, to a leadership position as a nurse educator and supervisor while working in home health. When a Steering Committee formed in 1999 to develop the health ministry program at Fisher-Titus, Schafer was ultimately named to lead the new program. Her method was to help interested churches understand their own needs and to match those needs with volunteers and with resources available through Fisher-Titus. Currently 43 churches are providing a variety of health and wellness programs for their congregations. Over the years, Schafer has helped teams organize screenings, secure AEDs, and develop initiatives like the Medical Information Notebooks, an innovative program that has helped 1,100 people organize their health information. Schafer’s role expanded to community relations coordinator in 2007. In that role, she developed and implemented programs focused on the health and social needs of underserved and at-risk residents in Huron County. Schafer has been an employee at Fisher-Titus since 1988. In addition to the variety of positions Schafer has held over the years, she also leads FTMC’s wellness task force; has provided diabetes outreach programs for Huron County’s Hispanic community; and actively serves on many committees in the community including the Huron County Workforce Response Team and Huron County Interagency Coalition.
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(L-R) Jaylee Jordan of Huron, Alexis Wilson of Sandusky, Emily Breitbach of Norwalk and Holly Warner of Bellevue, learned how math and science are used by chefs to create delicious projects in EHOVE’s culinary summer camp.
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Visitors of The Barnyard at Erie MetroParks will see two new additions to the variety of farm animals. A pair of fe- male alpacas between 6...
Published on Jul 15, 2010
Visitors of The Barnyard at Erie MetroParks will see two new additions to the variety of farm animals. A pair of fe- male alpacas between 6...