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Huron Rotary Festival NEW and Improved The Huron Rotary Club is excited to announce that this year’s Rotary Festival, Aug 12, 13, and 14, will again be held at the Huron Boat Basin Amphitheater. New this year is the music; Classic rock along with Blues. Check out the British Invasion of the “Rebeats” and the Motown sounds of the “Clique Band” on Friday night. Then you have Saturday with the Blues. Not just any blues but three unbelievable bands: Alan Greene and Frankie Starr on the same night with Deja Voodoo. High energy all the way! Check out the schedule of bands at our website. Festival times are Friday, 5 PM to 11 PM with the bands starting at 6 PM. Saturday’s times are Noon till 11PM with bands starting at 4 PM. Sunday is 11 AM till 4 PM The food at this year’s Huron Rotary Festival is both affordable and family friendly. Hot and juicy BBQ will be served by Joe’s Pit BBQ from Vermilion, Ohio. The Huron Rotator Trailer will be offering deep fried corn on the cob, hot dogs, and brats on a stick along with their famous Rotators. New this year will be Domino’s delicious pizza; and there will be
plenty of cold drinks to satisfy everyone on the warm summer night. “The club is so excited about the changes to this year’s festival.“ Co-Chair Fred Fox said. “Making it more affordable for families to come down and enjoy the evening was at the top of the list of things to do for this year,” Fred added. Don’t forget the 45th Annual Huron Rotary Art Festival which will be going on. The artists will display their wares during festival hours Friday 5 PM to 10 PM, Saturday Noon to 10 PM and Sunday 11 AM to 4 PM. Judging will take place on Saturday morning. Funds raised by the Huron Rotary Club during the festival go to high school scholarships and local programs including their Third Grade Dictionary Program. This program gives every third grader in all the Huron Schools a dictionary each year. For more information go to www.huronrotary.org and click on the Huron Festival Page or call 419-602-0819. So come on out to the Huron Boat Basin and enjoy the Festival.
Around McCormick Junior High Town Listed on the National Page 2 Register of Historic Places ---------------Milestones Church Chat Page 3 ——— Community Calendar Page 5 ——— Library & Parks & Rec Page 6 ——— The Cleveland Road West Resurfacing and Cove Bridal No. 2 Bridge Replacement Page 7 Project is underway ——— Classifieds Page 9 On June 15, 2011, McCormick Junior High School, formerly known as Huron School, was officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This is third property in Huron to be listed on the National Register, the other two structures being Christ Episcopal Church and the Huron Lighthouse. When McCormick School was completed in 1943, it was the first “architectural concrete” school constructed in Ohio. The school was constructed in the Art Modernestyle, an architectural style not common for public buildings. Due to McCormick School’s unique architectural attributes, it qualified for the National Register listing under Criterion C- architecture.
The National Register nomination was completed by Lisa Yako of Historical Research Partners of Huron at the request of the Huron Board of Education. Though listing on the National Register of Historic Places puts no restrictions on what can or cannot be done with the building, listing does highlight the unique attributes of the structure and its place in the history of both the Huron community and the nation. McCormick School is truly an architectural gem, and this has now been confirmed by the National Park Service. The nomination process from the preliminary questionnaire to the final listing took approximately one year.
Motorists are reminded that repairs to the Cove No. 2 Bridge, located between First Street & Jim Campbell Blvd, on Cleveland Road West will require this section of the road only to be closed for the next 65 days. From the west, Cleveland Road West will be open from Rye Beach to First Street. >From the east, Cleveland Road West will be open from Main Street to Jim Campbell Blvd. All businesses on Cleveland Road West are open and accessible. The road resurfacing aspect of this project will not require any closures as work will be restricted to one lane at a time and road crews will direct traffic.
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Patch Adams Gets Help From Local Teens A group of local teenagers is planning a “fun-raiser” for charity. When Carolyn Stierhoff, a soon-to-be junior at Huron High School, saw the Robin Williams movie Patch Adams, she was inspired to help the real-life doctor’s Gesundheit Institute, where he uses alternative medical therapies to treat people for free. After writing to Dr. Adams and receiving back letters and books from him, Carolyn asked her friends to help her raise money by holding a fundraiser to “increase awareness and have some fun,” she said. A group of nine Huron teens has been planning the event, to be held on July 30, for three months. The fun-raiser will entertain kids with carnival games, the Rock Band video game, and facepainting and henna tattoos. Adults can enjoy themselves as well by attending talks given by a chiropractor, a massage therapist, or an acupuncturist, and by going on an herb garden tour. A traditional German raffle will give attendees the chance to win great prizes. Crossfire, a local band, will be giving a performance starting at noon. The fun-raiser will be held July 30, 2011, from 12 p.m. – 5 p.m. at Mulberry Creek Herb Farm, 3312 Bogart Rd. Admission is $2 per person, but kids aged five and under are free! All money raised by the event will go to Patch Adams’ Gesundheit Institute. For more information call Carolyn Stierhoff at 419-239-5835.
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Huron Hometown News | Thursday, July 21, 2011
Around Town Summer Canoe Camp
Legacy of the Huron Docks
These photos were taken by our Natural Resources Manager during an Erie MetroParks’ Summer Canoe Camp for children from 1st-6th grade at The Coupling MetroPark. Ranger Smith-Graves, also a Certified Boating Education Instructor, taught the children the basics of safe paddling. The class was from 9am-3pm on July 14th.
As we view the activity across the Huron River, it is appropriate that we take time to remember all that has happened in that area since the City of Huron was established over 200 years ago. The Huron Historical Society has just released a new historical DVD describing the history of the Huron Docks. The idea to create this documentary originated in 2008 during the society’s presentation of the history of the Huron Docks at the Nickel Plate Road Historical & Technical Society Convention at Sawmill Creek in Huron. The Huron Historical Society will hold a special presentation of the “Legacy of the Huron Docks” on Thursday, August 25, at McCormick School on Ohio Street at 7 p.m. The public is invited to attend this free event. The program will include the following: How the docks originated, and the role of the Wheeling & Lake Erie RR The evolution of the machinery used for loading and unloading ore, coal & grain The history of the vessels that sailed the Great Lakes The history of a few of the boats that visited the Huron Docks How the docks affected the residents and the economy of Huron
Interviews with Eric Hirsimaki, a Great Lakes Ship historian, Larry Macioce, the son of an Italian immigrant who worked on the docks, and Wilbur Ramsey and Leonard “Bus” Chicotel, former dock workers Anyone wishing to have a copy of the DVD “Legacy of the Huron Docks”, may do so by calling 419-433-5009, ext. 243, to place an order, or by sending a check or money order to the Huron Historical Society, PO Box 222, Huron OH, 44839. Copies are also available at the Huron Chamber of Commerce office. The price for members of the society is a $20 donation. Copies are available to non-members for a donation of $25. Shipping and handling is free for delivery within Erie County, or $6.95 to be shipped outside of Erie County. The society has created several DVDs and books that describe many aspects of Huron’s history. All are for sale. A complete collection of these items will be raffled during the August 25th presentation, and raffle tickets will be sold at various businesses before that date. Look for more details in next week’s Huron Hometown News. For more information, call Kathy at 419-602-1464.
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Dear Editor: I am writing on behalf of the Friends of the Huron Library to thank the community for supporting the Annual Book Sale. I estimate that $ 1900.00 was raised from the sale, and this money will be used by the library to fund programs. I would like to thank Daniel Slife and the library staff for their help and participation in the sale. They kept the library open longer hours and worked longer hours themselves so that people could shop. I would also like to thank all of those members who volunteered their time and talents to help with the set up of the sale, the sale itself, and the clean up afterwards. It was a large task, but everything was handled superbly. The Huron Schools’ soccer and track teams also helped out with the set-up Dr. Surfield will present on and the tear body contouring and sun damage down of repair for the skin (6 pm). the tables, which were b Live Radiesse® demonstration (6:45 pm).
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borrowed from Bowling Green—Firelands campus. To the university, thanks! Thanks, too, to Cornell’s Market for donating bags. I would also especially like to thank Suzy Smercina who chaired the sale. She spent many hours in preparation and helped with publicity. She also worked throughout the sale and clean up by coordinating volunteers. Through special gifts, we also participated in “Tales for the Troops”, a program for sending books to deployed soldiers. With this, we were able to send more than 100 books to troops around the world through OperationPaperback.org. Reading is a welcome diversion for those in military service. I hope that I have not overlooked anybody; if so, my apology and know that your contributions are appreciated. It is our hope that our next book sale will be as successful. Sincerely yours, Nancy Smith, President Friends of the Huron Library
Huron Football Senior Car Wash Saturday, July 23 11am-2pm Huron Eagles Club (2902 Cleveland Road, Huron) Please tell your family and friends!!!! Donation of $5 per car Proceeds to be donated to Huron Football Scholarship Fund.
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Church Chat Christ Episcopal Church 120 Ohio Street, Huron 419-433-4701 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. worship and communion services Sunday School 9 a.m. and Adult Sunday School 10:30 a.m. www.christchurchhuron.com
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursdays Food Pantry: 419-616-0088 Salvation Army Service Unit 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursdays by appointment only. Salvation Army Services: 419-433-0500 St. Matthew Evangelical Lutheran Church 15617 Mason Road, Vermillion Rev. Dr. Karl Fry, Pastor 440-967-9886 www.lutheransonline.com/stmattvermlcms Ladies Bible Fellowship 9:15 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. All Ages Welcome Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. with Holy Communion Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Worship
First Presbyterian Church 225 Williams Street, Huron 419-433-5018 Summer Hours: 8:00 a.m. Worship and Fellowship with Communion 9:30 a.m. Full Worship with organ and hymns Refreshments following service Welcome Boaters Grace Presbyterian Church Kalahari Resort, Nia Convention Center Rt. 250, Huron 419-271-1112 email@example.com www.graceop.org Worship: Sunday 6 p.m.
The Chapel 4444 Galloway Road, Sandusky 419-627-0208 www.chapel-sandusky.org Saturday Service 5:00 p.m. Sunday Services at 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. Jr. High Youth Group – Sundays during 9 and 11 am church service meet in the Warehouse/Youth Room Sr. High Youth Group – Sunday evenings from 6 to 8pm meet in the Warehouse/ Youth Room. Latitude group ages 18-29 Thursdays at 7:00 p.m.
Holy Trinity Anglican Church 1608 St. Rt. 113, Milan 419-499-3683 Father Dennis Henkle Worship and Holy Communion – Sunday 10:00 a.m. Huron United Methodist Church 338 Williams Street, Huron 419-433-3984 Rev. J. Roger Skelly – Watts 8 a.m. – Praise Service/Praise Band Sunday School: 8 a.m. During Service for Preschool – 4th Grade 9 a.m. Coffee Hour; 10 a.m. – Celebration Service/Organ & Choir
Zion Lutheran Church 930 Main Street, Huron, 419-433-4711 www.zionhuron.org Saturdays 6:00 p.m. Worship Service 8:00 a.m. Sundays Traditional Worship Service 9:15 a.m. Sundays Family Friendly Contemporary Worship Service with Sunday School for children and teens. 10:30 a.m. Sundays Traditional Service.
Lighthouse Assembly of God Church 820 Cleveland Road East, Huron 419-433-8889 www.lighthouseagc.org Sunday Service 10:45 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. adult and children Adult Bible Study 6:30 p.m. on Tuesdays Youth Group 6 p.m. Sunday Food Pantry 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesdays;
St. Matthew Lutheran Church On Sunday, July 24th, 2011, at 9.00 am, St Matthew Lutheran Church, 15617 Mason Road, Vermilion, OH 44089, will be worshipping at their Annual Outdoor Service at Bacon Woods Amphitheater. Everyone is welcome and a Pot Luck Picnic will follow. For every Thursday up to the 7th. St Matthew Lutheran Church, 15617 Mason Road, Vermilion, OH 44089, will be holding their Annual Barbecue Chicken Dinner on Saturday, August 13th, 2011, 5-7
pm. The Tickets are Adult: $10 (Ages 10 and up), Children: $5 (Under 10), Under 3: Free. The Dinner includes BBQ Chicken, Potato Salad, Coleslaw, Bread, Dessert and a Beverage. Ticket sales end on Sunday, August 7. Call (440) 967 9886 for your reservation. As tickets are limited, no tickets will be sold at the door and no take out meals will be available. Everyone is welcome.
Come join the fun At Logos Huron United Methodist Church Wednesdays 3:30-6:00 pm August 3- September 28 For students grades1-12. Sign-up Meeting Fri., July 29, 12:00 pm Cost is $40 for first child and $35 for second (some scholarships are available). If you have questions please call Jackie Hamilton, Director 419-271-0441
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Gardening & Recipes Let’s Get Growing Serving Our Seniors to Asters Asters are the star of the fall flower bed… they lie in wait all summer, and just as other flowers fade away, and the days shorten, Asters burst forth in their many colors. Their colors seem to fill our gardens again to the brim with shades of white, purples, pinks, fuchsia, and nearly reds. Properly pruned in July, meaning cutting them back to about 3-4 inches, will give you full plump globe shaped specimens about a foot tall in September and October. Asters have been favorites of gardeners even as far back as the pioneer days. Have you driven around the back roads in Erie County Ohio lately? They are heavy laden with native asters. Again they come in various colors, but are usually taller than hybridized ones. English and German breeders have tamed these natives down, and the ones purchased from greenhouses and nurseries are all relatives of the originals. For the most part, Asters are easy to grow. Once you plant them in a flower bed, you will have them for years to come. They are easily separated in spring, or take seems from them in October or November and scatter them yourself in any other bed you want them to appear in. We have several clusters of many colors of Asters in our beds, and we NEVER water them in the summer, and they have always bloomed well come fall. Asters need ample
sun, 6-8 hours a day, but will grow in 4-6 hours of sun. They like a reason ably fertile soil and a late fall cutback to the ground. Do this just after the frost takes their beauty away. They need good air circulation to keep the bottoms of the plant from mildew. Do not add fertilizer, but a scoop of good compost when first planting them makes them happy. Two to three years later, dig in more compost to the first 2 inches of the top soil, and Asters are happy. Believe it or not Asters look great planted with golden rod…the new hybridized kinds that grow only 2-2 ½ feet tall. They also look great with prairie grasses, and joe-pye weed. I have also discovered that the dark purple Asters look great with Heliopsis, a yellow flower that looks a lot like sunflowers, but smaller and somewhat shorter. When Asters finish blooming and it has not frosted heavily yet, you will find that they give you great seed heads. Fluffy and tawny wheat colored, and this mixed with the remnants of joe-pie and various grasses looks wonderful. It is not too late now, to plant asters as they are available at many of the gardens centers now. Consider planting a few in your garden now, for wonderful color this fall. Just remember to water 1” a week until they are blooming. Happy Gardening.
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“The King And I” – Popular Hit Musical– Closes The 63Rd Season Of The Huron Playhouse The King and I completes the Playhouse’s “summer of music and comedy galore” with its run from July 26 through July 30, at The Huron Playhouse, in the McCormick Middle School, on Ohio Street, in Huron. With music by Richard Rodgers, book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, The King and I reflects and documents one of the most highly regarded collaborations in musical theatre history. Based on “Anna and the King of Siam” by Margaret Landon, with original choreography by Jerome Robbins, theatre historians have hailed The King and I as “…one of the truly great musicals.” Filled with well-known songs like “Whistle A Happy Tune,” “Hello, Young Lovers,’ “The March of the Siamese Children,” “Getting to Know You,” “Something Wonderful,” and “Shall We Dance?” this musical has something for everyone. The large cast includes Playhouse company and community talent. Featured performers are: Hunter Cawthorne (Transfer,PA) as Louis Leonowens, Rachel Mulcahy (Syracuse, NY) as Anna Leonowens, Alex Ghattas (Flint, MI) as The Krahlahome, John Glann (New York, NY) as The King, Steven Imgrund (Pittsburgh, PA) as Lun Tha, Layne Schneider (Beavercreek, OH) as Tuptim, Caitlin Hamm (Northfield, OH) as Lady Thiang, and Nathan Hoty (Huron, OH) as Prince Chulalongkorn. Rounding out the featured performers are Rob Smith (Huron, OH) as Captain Orton, Dallas Pritt (Springfield, OH) as The Interpreter, Sarah Laughland (Frederick, MD) as the principal Palace Dancer, and Steve Koenig (Huron, OH) as Sir Edward Ramsay. Playhouse Managing & Artistic Director, Jann Graham Glann (Huron, OH), and Emily Casale (Huron, OH) will co-direct and co-choreograph the production. Playhouse veteran Dennis C. Seyer (Cape Girardeau, MO) is designing the multiple locale setting. Musical director and conductor will be Kerry Glann (Kent, OH). Lighting designer is Maxwell Schnur (Joplin, MO) and sound designer is Andrew Stroud (Kettering, OH). Production stage manager is Laura C. Nelson (Lewes, DE), and Mollie Hamilton (Columbus, OH) is technical director.
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School of Nursing Faculty Member Presents at Annual Research Conference Holly A. Myers, MSN, RN, Faculty Member at Firelands Regional Medical Center School of Nursing recently presented at the University of Toledo College of Nursing 5th Annual Research Conference: Changing Practice Though Nursing Research. Holly, along with Holly Sink, PhD, RN, presented Perceived Stressors and Coping Methods of Senior Level Baccalaureate Nursing Students. Holly received a Diploma in Nursing
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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 News from Huron Parks and Recreation All Huron Parks and Recreation Programs require Pre-Registration unless otherwise noted. Registration forms are available on the website or at our office. Please sign up early to avoid cancellation of programs due to low enrollment! Call our office for information or visit our website for details on programs. uuuuu Huron City Council recently passed an ordinance prohibiting dogs in Nickel Plate Park from Memorial Day through Labor Day during the hours of 10:00am and 6:00pm. We hope this results in a healthier and safer beach for all our patrons. uuuuu Stay up-to-date on all the current Parks and Recreation news! Sign up for our NEW email alerts on the City of Huron’s homepage... We’ll be sending out information on upcoming programs, events, and other
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sin Dockage Available 20’ Seasonal Dockage is available in the Huron Boat Basin Marina. Residents: $880.00. Non-Residents: $920.00. If interested, please contact the Huron Boat Basin at 419-433-4848 or email boatbasin@ cityofhuron.org 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
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. uuuuu Swim lessons are filling quickly! The following classes are still open. uuuuu Session III: 7-10 years 9:00-9:30am and 7-10 years 9:35-10:05am uuuuu Session III fees are $55 Residents and $60 for non-residents. uuuuu Fall Softball and Baseball It may only be the start of summer, but we are gearing up for fall softball and baseball already! This year’s season will run August 20-October 1. Divisions for baseball will be: 8U, 10U, 12U, and 14U. Games will be held on Saturdays for 8U, 10U and 12U. Games will be held on Saturdays and Sundays for the 14U division. Divisions available for softball are: 10U, 12U, 14U and 18U. All softball games will be held on
Sundays. Team rates are $500 by July 22nd and $550 after. Individual fees are $55 before July 22nd and $65 after. For forms and more information visit our website! Don’t wait, register today! uuuuu Movies by the River Don’t miss out this week’s movie by the river! Come enjoy Fred Claus, Wednesday, July 20th. The movie will begin at dusk. Free admission to all movie events is made possible by our sponsors. For more information and a complete list of this summer’s movie series visit our website www.cityofhuron.org. uuuuu First Federal Farmers Market Come out and buy the freshest produce around! Each year, we continue to grow by adding more quality vendors. We are proud to have First Federal Savings of Lorain sponsor this event again in 2011. First Federal Farmers Market Every Thursday July 14th – October 27th 3:30-6:30pm Huron Boat Basin
Library exchange of ideas in orMon. & Tue. 10 AM - 6 PM der to gain a fuller unWed. & Thur. 10 AM - 8 PM der s t a n d Fri. 10 AM - 5 PM Sat. 10 AM - 1 PM ing of the underlyThe Board of Trustees of the Huron Pubing concepts that populate the world we lic Library gratefully acknowledges the folinhabit. No philosophic background is lowing donation: In memory of Mary and Ray Matheson necessary, just an open mind and desire from Marge Filler, The Greatest Journey by to pursue knowledge. Light refreshments served compliments of the Friends of the David McCullough. Library. uuuuu uuuuu Socrates Café meets Thursday, July 21 at Planning for the Future 6:30 PM. The Huron Public Library is planning This is a new community discussion group where people from diverse back- for the future and we need your help! You grounds can participate in the thoughtful can do your part by completing our com-
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munity survey or by joining a discussion group for a candid talk on the future of the Library. Please visit us on the web at www. huronlibrary.org/strategic-planning.html to take our online community survey or to sign up for a community discussion group. uuuuu Chess Class will be Thursday, July 28 from 5:30 - 7 PM. These sessions (held twice each month) help players of all ages learn this challenging game or improve their existing skills. Please call 419-4335009 or register online at www.huronlibrary.org. uuuuu Connect Ohio Computer Classes Next month the course will be Monday, August 8 (Computer Basics), Tuesday, Au-
gust 9 (The Internet) and Wednesday, August 10 (Email). Class times are from 2 to 4 PM each day. This hands-on instruction is offered for adult beginners and attendees are encouraged to come to all sessions. The classes are free and fill up quickly. Register online at www.huronlibrary.org, or call 419-433-5009. uuuuu Did you know if you have an email address, we can email you a reminder when it’s time to return or renew items you borrowed, and pick-up items you’ve placed on reserve? Sign up for NetNotice! You can also set your account to receive updated account information each week. To get started, complete the form at http://www. clevnet.org/netnotice.php
Students learn from the pros On July 7, EHOVE Phlebotomy Technician students visited North Coast Clinical Lab (NCCL) in Sandusky. Owned by Jack Runner, the facility has been in business for over 26 years, and generously shared their wealth of knowledge with the students. NCCL staff Kristen Wagner, Director of Phlebotomy and Clinical Trials and Laura Giles, MLT were key members of the staff on this site visit. Students were shown Outpatient phlebotomy station from registration to patient venipuncture, Microbiology to include incubator process, Hematology, Coagulation and Chemistry, Blood Analyzers, UA culture streaking, Safety with laboratory hoods, eye stations, extinguisher devices,
and safety showers. Time was allotted at the end for questions, answers, and open discussion. The Phlebotomy Technician students left NCCL with even more excitement about their hands on practical and theory module starting in a week. “This was very interesting for the students to see a wide variety of different procedures and equipment that they would not necessarily see in a hospital setting,” said Angela Butscher, RPT EHOVE Lead Phlebotomy Instructor. “We appreciated this unquie opportunity from North Coast Clinical Lab.”
(L-R) Front: Lori Giles of North Coast Clinical Lab, shows EHOVE students Dorothy Hoovler, Jenna Rohrbacher, Janece Barrientos, Toni Kaser, and John O’Brien the process of urine culture streaking.
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Jan Phillips of Norwalk was recently among 76 health care heroes who were recognized during the OHA Recognition Dinner, in conjunction with the association’s Annual Meeting at the Hilton Columbus at Easton. Fisher-Titus Medical Center nominated Phillips for this year’s Albert E. Dyckes Health Care Worker of the Year Award, presented by the Ohio Hospital Association (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 employee 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. Jan Philips has been a licensed physical therapist for 33 years and a member of the Fisher-Titus Medical Center Physical Therapy team for 31 years. In the clinical setting, she has been instrumental in organizing and expanding FisherTitus Medical Center’s water therapy program. She has also touched the lives of more than 250 physical therapy students either as a clinical instructor or educational coordinator for the Medical Center’s student programs. Phillips is a certified Mulligan Practitioner and is a certified clinical instructor with the American Physical Therapy Association. “Jan can be described
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