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Continued Education for Healthy School Meals Huron City Schools participated in the Annual Ohio School Nutrition Conference in Columbus in June. Two of the cafeteria staff members became state certified in school nutrition at the conference. Co-workers, Jennifer Johnson and Dan Johnson, both completed the two required ten hour classes to become certified. The Conference was held June 13 through the 17th and covered topics including food safety, healthy food choices, proper food handling and preparation, serving ideas and many other areas of importance to school nutrition. Jennifer is the Assistant Cook at Woodlands Intermediate School and Dan is the Head Cook at McCormick Junior

High. Huron City Schools now has a total of nine state certified cafeteria employees on their staff. While in Columbus, Mrs. Sue Whitaker, Director of Food Service, accepted her 25th Anniversary Award. Sue has been with Huron City Schools for 28 years total with 12 years as the Director of Food Service. She started her career in the kitchen at McCormick Junior High. Currently there are 15 cafeteria staff members. “Each building is run a little different, we will try something and roll with it, we pride ourselves in being great team players,” she explained. Congratulations to all three individuals and their successes!

L to R–Jennifer Johnson, Assistance Cook, Woodlands Intermediate School and Dan Johnson, Head Cook, McCormick Junior High

Around A Legacy takes Root at the Rotary Festival Has Huron River Boat Access A New Look - Music Town Page 2 ­­­---------------Milestones Church Chat Page 3 ­­——— Library & Parks & Rec Page 5 ­­——— Seniors Page 7 ­­——— Health & Wellness Page 8 ——— Photo Contest Winners can be Classifieds viewed at the Huron Library Page 9 beginning Monday, August 1. There is a new addition to the Hu- low. Instead of discarding it, he planted ron River Boat Access property, one it to see what would happen. Today, the that holds a special legacy for many 30-35 foot tall tree stands in the front throughout the Huron community. A yard of the nursery and every spring Gebelle’s ‘Golden Spring’ Spruce has adorns the golden color. Many gentaken root for all to enjoy. The Gebelle’s erations have developed from this once ‘Golden Spring’ Spruce was donated to seedling which now has become home the City of Huron by the Gebelle fam- to many area landscapes. ily this past spring in honor of the late Gebelle’s wish was to have the speciTony Gebelle of Gebelle Nursery. men patented and trademarked due The Gebelle’s ‘Golden Spring’ Spruce to its uniqueness. In 1994 when Tony is unique in the sense that every spring, passed away, his wife, Ann, and two usually around May the tree turns a sons, David and Gary, had the tree patbright golden color. The golden color is ented in his honor. Time, money and the new growth of the tree and lasts for a number of research hours proved about one month before it matures and this variety of spruce to be unique and changes to the rich blue-green natural earned the name Gebelle‘s ‘Golden color of the spruce. Spring’ Spruce. David Gebelle approached Doug The trees are sold retail and wholesale Steinwart, Facilities Manager of the from the River Road Nursery. Huron Boat Basin about the donation to the city. After surveying the city property, they both agreed the new boat ramp was a great fit for the legacy to root. Chris Basting, Parks Maintenance Manager assisted with the planting of the tree earlier this spring. Back in 1985, Tony Gebelle ordered in a batch of 500 Colorado Spruce seedlings and happened to notice one particular seedling looked a little bit different. Most of the seedlings were the traditional blue-green in nature with one David Gebelle, donor of the Gebelle’s ‘Golden particular seedling Spring’ Spruce and Doug Steinwart of the Huron standing out in a Boat Basin pose for a quick photo at the Huron bright golden yelRiver Boat Access


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Huron Rotary Festival is changing. Everyone knows it as the Rib Cook-off with bluegrass music plus the 45th annual Huron Rotary Art Festival. We will still have the Art Festival but the bluegrass music is gone and we now have a variety of food to taste. We will talk about the food next week but this week is about the music. So the music will be different starting with Friday night. Old rock will be the mainstay. The Clique Band out of Sandusky will open up the night at 6 pm. Get ready for a Motown experience and other great music. Then at 8 pm Re-Beats come on stage. Their first set will be British invasion; Herman’s Hermits, Dave Clark Five, plus lots of other stuff. Second set is strictly Beatles. Check out the costumes. Right out of the Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club album. This will be a great night. Now there is Saturday and the Blues plus some really heavy rock. We go right to the well with one of the premier guitarist on the North Coast, Alan Greene. Check him out. He was a part of the bands, Humble Pie and Breathless. Featured on many recordings by Michael Stanley, Humble Pie, Donnie Iris, Breathless, and Pere Ubu. He goes on at 4 pm. Then we switch to a strong favorite of ours, who played here last year, Deja Voodoo. Known as Northeast Ohio’s Premier Rockin’ Blues Band. They have a strong sound that kicks it up a notch when ever they come out to the Huron Boat Basin. The band says they love the sound they can get by the water. Deja Voodoo comes on stage at 6 pm. Last but definitely not least is the Frankie Starr Band. What a way to end the night. Heavy blues by the master. No messing around with lots of other sounds, BLUES!! Frankie has opened for many of the greats, B.B. King, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Joe Walsh, Buddy Guy, Ted Nugent, plus many others. He has been out here numerous times and each time you learn why he is considered so highly in the music scene in Cleveland. ENJOY. So if you are looking for some great music, food, beverages plus you can buy that early Christmas gift at the art festival come on down to the Huron Rotary Festival on Friday, August 12 and Saturday, August 13. It’s at the Huron Boat Basin. Hope to see you there.















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Around Town Sandusky State Theatre presents Amerikids The Sandusky State Theatre presents: “Amerikids” an exciting new teen show choir sponsored by Dan and Laura Keller. “Amerikids” is comprised of 15 teens between the ages of 12 and 18. They come from Sandusky, Port Clinton, Milan, Norwalk and Lorain. “Amerikids” summer program is “Rockin’ America”, by Mark Brymer and John Jacobson. For more than fifty years, Rock & Roll has been the music of America. This 30 minute medley contains such favorites as: Rock Around the Clock; Hound Dog; I Am Woman; Dust in the Wind; Good Lovin’; We Will Rock You; Hey Ya!; and many more. Auditions for this new group were held in April. Members were selected and a rigorous rehearsal schedule began to prepare for their summer concerts. These members rehearse anywhere from 1 to 3 times per week learning vocals and choreography. This is a very busy group of teens that also have many other commitments such as: summer school, summer theatre rehearsals, summer and fall sports practices, work schedules and also trying to fit some good old fashion summer-time in. The group’s current performances consist of Sandusky’s downtown Art Walk, benefits and special appearances at the 2011 Erie County Fair. Membership of the group consist of: Kiana Ford, 13; Jil-

lian Gosser, 15; Hailey Hammersmith, 18; Demetrius Ingram, 18; Peyton Jordan, 14; Skyler Pitts, 17; Alyssa Puckrin, 17; Teresa Puckrin, 13; Xavior Seavors, 16; Elizabeth Stewart, 16; Sarah Strohl, 17; (all of Sandusky); Allison Hohman, 16 (Port Clinton); Cameron Howell, 12 (Lorain); Patrick Kaple, 17 (Norwalk); and Ally Plue, 15 (Milan). The Director, Arlene Eishen Strohl (Sandusky, OH) has a BA in Music Education/ Choral from Bowling Green State University and is a Licensed Music Educator in the State of Ohio. Arlene teaches Kindermusik, private vocal instruction, is a professional vocalist, and business/promotions associate for The Huron Playhouse. She has directed and performed in numerous productions in the surrounding area. She was Musical Director and seen on stage for “Hats-The Musical”, this past spring, at The Sandusky State Theatre. “Amerikids” will continue throughout the year and will be holding auditions again at the end of the summer or early fall for their holiday season.

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Talcott Retiring at Goodwill Robert M. Talcott Jr. has announced his retirement as president and chief executive officer of Goodwill Industries of Erie, Huron, Ottawa and Sandusky Counties Inc. Talcott is retiring

July 29 after heading the nonprofit agency for some 13 years. “It is with very mixed emotions that I leave. I have enjoyed the job immensely, especially working with incredible people on a daily basis,” he said. During his tenure, Sandusky-based Goodwill has grown to a $6.4 million operation, with seven area retail locations and work centers in Fremont and Sandusky. Income from the sale of donated items at its retail stores and subcontract industrial work at its manufacturing centers supports Goodwill’s mission, to provide training and employment services to persons with disabling or disadvantaging conditions. The goal is to help such individuals achieve their highest levels of personal, social and economic independence. Today, Goodwill employs nearly 320 people, compared with 74 when Talcott started in 1993. Of the current number, approximately 70 percent are disabled or disadvantaged. Talcott cited the growth in workforce development programs as his most important achievement at Goodwill. “I’m especially proud, too, of our Fremont plant,

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which opened in 1996. It expanded our services in Sandusky County and continues to provide job opportunities for persons with disabling and disadvantaging conditions,” he said. The Fremont facility does subcontract industrial work for the Whirlpool plant in Clyde and employs some 90 people. Goodwill’s retail operation, which typically generates about half of the agency’s income, also grew under Talcott’s leadership. Last year alone saw expansions at the Bellevue and Norwalk stores, and the Port Clinton store moved to a new location. A new and larger store opened in Fremont in 2008 and the Willard store was expanded that same year. Work is under way now to increase the size of the Huron Goodwill store. All of the stores, including Goodwill’s “flagship” retail center at 924 E. Perkins Ave. in Sandusky, are leased. Talcott joined Goodwill in 1993 as senior vice-president of retail and commercial services, and became the chief operating officer four years later. Prior to Goodwill, he served as adult services director for the Erie County Board of Developmental Disabilities. A native of Connecticut, Talcott has a bachelor’s degree from Ohio Wesleyan University and an M. Ed. degree from Ohio University. Talcott said his retirement plans include devoting more time to community and charity involvement. He also said his years working with Goodwill employees and consumers will always be very special to him, and serve as the measure of his professional success. “If I did half as much as they did for me in terms of the value and quality they brought to my life, then I did a good job,” he said. 

Poet’s Vision When the City Council named Ron Ruble as Huron’s third Poet Laureate, they knew that he had a vision for reaching a new generation of poets. “One of my goals is to provide a venue for young poets in the Huron School system to read their work in public,” says Dr. Ruble. One of his first acts was to call together a group of poets, young and “old” to read before an audience fifty in the fellowship hall of the Presbyterian Church. That was in April. At 3:00 p.m. on August 28th, he will host a second event with poetry and prose on the theme of “The Great Outdoors.” Among the invited readers is Robert Reynolds, a Huronite whose first volume of poetry and images, A Poetic Journey, has just been published. A third even on October 2nd will focus on the work of 7th Grade students at McCormick School. Dr. Ruble’s sense of purpose is not a mystery to those who know

him. From 1991 to 2009, he was the Artistic Director of the Caryl Crane Children’s Theatre at BGSU Firelands. He has an even longer tenure as a member of the staff of the Huron Playhouse. He is both a playwright and a poet. His book, The Pulse of Life, was published in 2005.


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Milestones Cornelia “Connie” T. Grenzebach

March 11, 1918 - July 20, 2011 Cornelia “Connie” T. Grenzebach, 93, of Huron died Wednesday, July 20, 2011, in Firelands Regional Medical Center after a brief illness. She was born March 11, 1918, in Cleveland and had lived in the Huron-Sandusky area for the last 63 years. She was a member of St. Peter’s Church in Huron. She enjoyed reading, needlepoint, crafts, and volunteering. She is survived by her son, Charles J. (Linda) Grenzebach of Huron; a granddaughter, Michele (Terry) GrenzebachPorter; nine great-grandsons and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, John and Anna (Hovasi) Matyas; and her sister Ann Polewchak. Friends called from10-11 a.m. Saturday,

Frank Warren Glann Dec. 15, 1935 - July 18, 2011

Frank Warren Glann, 75, of Huron, died unexpectedly Monday, July 18, 2011, in Firelands Regional Medical Center. He was born Dec. 15, 1935, in Toledo and grew up on his family’s farm on Cass Road in Maumee. He was an Associate Professor Emeritus of Humanities at Bowling Green State University, having retired May 31 after 41 years of service to the university. During his tenure at BGSU Firelands, he received several Dean’s Recognitions Awards for service as well the Outstanding Full-Time Teacher Award. At BGSU Firelands, he was

to continue as Director of Theatre and as nieces, nephews and cousins. a member of the Caryl Crane Children’s He was preceded in death by parents, Theatre Board, as well as Scenic Designer Clarence and Arline (Frankforther) Glann; for the theater program and faculty spon- and brothers-in-law Don Herrit and Lowsor to the Student Theatre-Activities Or- ell Graham. ganization. He held prior teaching and Frank was a vital part of the educational theatre positions at BGSU’s main campus theatre scene at BGSU Firelands and at and at Southeast Missouri State University. The Huron Playhouse. He leaves behind He earned BA, BS, MA and PhD degrees many devoted students and friends — who from BGSU. remember with delight his renditions of Frank also served 45 seasons with The “Salty Dog” and numerous Ethel Merman Huron Playhouse in a variety of capaci- songs. ties, most recently as Associate Managing Memorial services will be conducted at Director, Alumni Coordinator, and Scenic 11 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 4, in First PresbyDesigner. He compiled the souvenir album terian Church, Huron, with the Reverend Fifty Years at The Huron Playhouse and Dr. George L. Bell officiating.   the video documentary “Summer Seasons, In lieu of flowers, contributions may be The Huron Playhouse Story.” made to The Huron Playhouse, Inc., P.O. He was a longtime member of First Box 487, Huron, OH 44839.  ArrangePresbyterian Church in Huron, where he ments are being handled by Foster Funeral served as an Elder for several terms. Home and Crematory, Huron. He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Online condolences may be shared at Jann (Graham); sons Kerry of Kent, Ohio and John of New York; sisters Enid (Ted) Thompson of Hope, Idaho and Patricia (the late Don) Gary Mould Herrit of Findlay; and many 440-537-5517 Glenn Trivett

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.

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LOGOS – Wednesdays 3:30 pm – 6:00pm; Students K-12 invited Lighthouse Assembly of God Church 820 Cleveland Road East, Huron 419-433-8889 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; 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: 419-4330500 St. Matthew Evangelical Lutheran Church 15617 Mason Road, Vermillion Rev. Dr. Karl Fry, Pastor 440-967-9886 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

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BGSU Firelands Campus to Close for Electrical Upgrades Bowling Green State University Firelands College will be closing for several days in August to facilitate the upgrade and improvement of the main electrical lines and infrastructure serving all campus buildings. The campus will be completely closed from Friday, August 5 through Sunday, August 7, and from Friday, August 12 through Sunday, August 14. During these periods the campus buildings will be without power while the new main lines and equipment are connected.  For safety reasons, students, college employees, and guests will not be permitted on campus. The electrical upgrade project began in early June with work being completed on the feeder lines from the road leading to the buildings and will culminate with the August connections to the individual buildings.  The new electrical lines replace the original cabling that was installed when the campus was first constructed in 1967.  The original lines have become unreliable with age and outdated as the campus has grown. The August dates were selected for the campus closing to minimize the disruption to students and staff and will partially correspond to the College’s summer break. During the closure, all BGSU Firelands phone lines are being routed to a messaging service.  If an emergency arises during the closure periods, individuals are asked to contact the Bowling Green State University Police Department at 419.372.2346.  The police will then contact the BGSU Firelands administration. The BGSU Firelands website will also be completely disabled during the closure; however, students and faculty will be able to access their MyBGSU accounts and BGSU e-mail through the main campus web site at The James H. McBride Arboretum will remain open during the campus closure.

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Library Summer Reading Program Finale is Saturday, July 30 from 2:30 4:00 PM for tweens and children Mon. & Tue. 10 AM - 6 PM who read 10 books or read 10 Wed. & Thur. 10 AM - 8 PM hours (by invitation only.) The Fri. 10 AM - 5 PM; Sat. 10 AM - 1 PM event will take place at the library, but the building will only be open Planning for the Future- Every Opinion for our special guests. Invitees Counts should RSVP to 419-433-5009 or email By now, you should have received our community survey in the mail. Please take a moment to fill it out. Surveys must be reThanks to the 2011 Huron Public Liturned to the library, in person or by post, brary Summer Reading Donors! by August 6th. Ace Hardware, Arby’s, Barnes Nursery, If you did not receive a survey via mail or prefer an online format, you can complete Berardi’s Family Restaurant, Bettcher Inthe survey online at dustries, Inc., Burger King, Cedar Point, Cleveland Zoo, Creative Teaching, Curves “Magical Mystery Tour of the World” Huron, Dairy Queen , Danny Boy’s Italian

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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 $550. Individual fees are $65 after. For forms and more information visit our website! Don’t wait, register today! Movies by the River Don’t miss out this week’s movie by the river! Come enjoy – Toy Story 3, Wednesday, August 3rd. 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

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 What’s Happening at the Amphitheater! 14th Annual K-96 Summer Jam - July 30th at 7:30pm, Huron Boat Basin Don’t miss out on this great concert! Then on Sunday: Pantasia - Music for all occasions performed on the steel drum - July 31st at 7:00pm, Huron Boat Basin Admission is free, but please no alcohol or glass containers.

Fall Ball Field Maintenance-Part Time 14-18 hours per weekend: Saturdays and Sundays Responsible for field maintenance for fall softball and baseball league play. Contact the Huron Parks and Recreation Department at 419-433-8487 or email at Huron Boat Basin & Amphitheater Part Time Dockhand Person in this seasonal position will perform a variety of general duties for the municipal marina and amphitheater.  Responsible for the maintenance of the marina and amphitheater, including trash removal, minor repairs to equipment, landscape maintenance, rest room upkeep,  dockage, customer service and general cleaning of the grounds.  Must be 16 or older. Must be able to work through the fall and work weekends. Please contact Doug Steinwart, Facility Manager, Huron Boat Basin at 419-433-4848.

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 (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.

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.”


Huron Hometown News | Thursday, July 28, 2011

Huron Hometown News | Thursday, July 28, 2011


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Sacred Art of Living and Dying An innovative training program called the Sacred Art of Living & Dying will be held Friday, Sept. 9 and Saturday, Sept. 10, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., at Sawmill Creek Lodge in Huron. The series consists of four units, but the units do not have to be taken in order. Unit 3, “Healing Spiritual Pain,” will be presented in September. The Sacred Art of Living & Dying, sponsored by Stein Hospice, focuses on making life’s final journey as comfortable as possible. Through discussion, hands-on experience and practical skills, participants will learn how to alleviate the spiritual pain associated with dying. Anyone, regardless of profession, spiritual background, or previous experience is welcome to participate. Continuing education hours for nurses and social workers available through the Sacred Art Center. Cost is $200 before Aug. 26, $250 after Aug. 26. You may register online with a credit card at or contact Rachel Berry, 419-625-5269,

Parkvue Nurses Certified in Pain Magement Parkvue is excited to announce that we now have nurses certified in Pain Management! Parkvue is a retirement community that prides itself on being able to meet our resident’s holistic needs. Parkvue offers residential living, assisted living, nursing care, memory care, and fast track rehab. Being able to continually meet residents’ needs is something that is very important to Parkvue. The pain management certification will allow the certified nurses, including DON, Sharon Dircks, RN and Case Manager, Sarah Allen, RN to continually assess the resident that may be experiencing pain and to make recommendations regarding medication. This new certification allows Parkvue nursing staff to better understand the needs of the residents in regards to pain, and it provides training so that the nurses know what to look for and how to address each individual and their needs. Along with the pain management certification, Parkvue also offers massage therapy on campus and is certified in Therapeutic Touch and Reiki Therapy. The Parkvue staff is continuously increasing their certifications and also their knowledge of senior care so that they can continue to provide Senior Living at its Finest.

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Alzheimer’s Fund Raiser for Memory Walk Tues. August 9, 2011 5:00 - 7:00pm Where: 5000 Providence Dr. Chicken Barbeque to benefit Alzheimer’s Memory Walk Cost:   $10.00 Proceeds Alzheimer’s Memory Walk

Serving Our Seniors offers air conditioners to help older adults Serving Our Seniors has 35 air conditioners to help a Erie County older adults, age 60 or older who do not have the means to afford an air conditioner and do not have an air conditioned room in their home or apartment to avoid high temperatures. The air conditioners will be made available according to the older adults ability to pay.  Application process does require full disclosure of income, assets and expenses to determine eligibility.  For more information call Serving Our Seniors at 419-624-1856 or 800-564-1856.

Firelands to Host Pediatric Orthopaedic Clinic Firelands Regional Medical Center will be hosting a Pediatric Orthopaedic Clinic on Monday, August 1. Staffed by a Board Certified Pediatric Specialist from Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, Pediatric Specialty Clinics are held in the Firelands South Campus Outpatient Clinic, 1912 Hayes Avenue, Sandusky.  To schedule an appointment for the Pediatric Orthopaedic Clinic, call 1-800-377-3117. Additional Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital Pediatric Specialty Clinics are also available at Firelands Regional Medical Center.  For a schedule of the Pediatric Specialty Clinics, please visit our Calendar of Events at www.firelands. com. For more informaMost Insurance Plans Accepted tion about the Pediatric Specialty Clinics, call 419Specializing in Family 557-6767. Foot Care Including but not limited to: Bunions, Hammertoes, Warts, Woundcare, Heel Pain and Diabetic Foot Care

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Huron Hometown News | Thursday, July 28, 2011

Health & Wellness Changes at Fisher Titus Medical Center Persons accessing the Admitting / Emergency Department entrances at Fisher-Titus Medical Center will notice some changes beginning Monday, July 18. Since groundbreaking for the $12.5 million, 29,500 square-foot facility on June 17, crews have completed preliminary site work including a constructing a new helipad for medical emergency helicopters, according to Lorna Strayer, senior vice president of administration and business development, who is in charge of the construction project. A new covered walkway also has been completed along the south side of the Snyder/White Heart & Vascular Center for Emergency Department patients being transported by ambulance or helicopter.  “With the completion of those projects, a construction fence has now gone up around the old helipad and adjacent parking spaces so demolition can begin in the area where the new ED will be built,” she said.  Strayer said that patients being dropped off at the Admitting / Emergency Department will notice a slightly different traffic pattern at the entrance.  Drivers will now make a left-hand turn between the canopy’s columns to exit instead of driving straight through.  Parking lots adjacent to the entrance also are still available for patient and families using this entrance. “We appreciate the patience of all those who are using our services during construction,” Strayer said. “We carefully plan our work so there is minimal disruption to our patients. We are very excited about providing state-of-theart emergency services to our community.” The project will include a new emergency department with 11 treatment rooms (including universal rooms and rooms to accommodate women’s health and behavioral health needs), four trauma rooms, a clinical decision unit with a nurses station and four observation rooms, a rapid treatment area and a triage area.  In addition, there will be an expanded registration/admitting reception area with

four private registration rooms, an updated telecommunications center and a financial counseling office. The new laboratory draw area is equipped with four private collection stations. The projected completion date is summer 2012. Project partners for this expansion include American Health Facilities Development, LLC, project manager; Bostwick Design Partners, architect; and The Rob- Dauch Concrete pours concrete near the Admitting/Emergency Department ins & Morton Group, entrances on Friday morning. Persons accessing the Admitting / Emergengeneral contractor. cy Department entrances at Fisher-Titus Medical Center will notice some These firms have been changes beginning Monday, July 18. Patients being dropped off at the Adpart of Fisher-Titus con- mitting/Emergency Department will notice a slightly different traffic patstruction projects begin- tern at the entrance. Drivers will now make a left-hand turn between the ning with the Patient Pa- canopy’s columns to exit instead of driving straight through.  Parking lots adjacent to the entrance also are still available for patient and families using vilion in 2005. Fisher-Titus Medical this entrance. Center’s emergency department is specialized while providing the highest level of personal care. FTMC for the care of patients with acute illnesses and/or inju- provides the area’s 60,000 residents a full continuum of ries. Fisher-Titus is certified by the Joint Commission as a care that includes Fisher-Titus Memorial Hospital, a 99Primary Stroke Center and is verified as a Level 3 Trauma bed acute care hospital; Norwalk Memorial Home, a 69Center.  Last year, more than 26,000 patients were treated bed skilled nursing facility; The Carriage House of Fisherin the Fisher-Titus Emergency Department. Titus, a 48-unit assisted living facility; and a Home Health As a local, independent community hospital, Fisher-Ti- Center. tus is committed to offering patients the most advanced   technology, nursing care and medical treatment possible

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Firelands Offering Childbirth & Parenting Classes Firelands Regional Medical Center will be offering a four-week Childbirth Preparation class on the following dates: Thursday, August 4, 11 18 & 25 from 6 to 8:30 pm. Childbirth Preparation classes are held at Firelands Regional Medical Center, South Campus, 1912 Hayes Avenue, Sandusky. Participants will learn breathing patterns and relaxation exercises to be used during labor and delivery. Induction of labor, medication and anesthesia options, Caesarian birth and recovery will also be discussed. Childbirth classes are taught by experienced obstetrical nurses from Firelands Regional Medical Center with a clinical background focused on contemporary childbirth methods. It is recommended that this course be taken during the last trimester of pregnancy and that expectant mothers select a class that ends at least three weeks before their due date The cost for the class is $35 per couple.  No one will be refused this course due to inability to pay. The Foundation for Firelands provides funding to make this program possible. To register, call Firelands Regional Medical Center at 419-557-7840. uuuuu Firelands Regional Medical Center will be offering the next Happiest Baby on the Block parenting class on Thursday, August 4 from 6 pm – 8 pm at Firelands Regional Medical Center’s South Campus, 1912 Hayes Avenue, Sandusky. The Happiest Baby on the Block is based on the techniques of world-renowned pediatrician, Dr. Harvey Karp.  Dr. Karp has been featured on Good Morning America, The Dr. Phil Show, ABC World News Tonight, CNN, and numerous national radio programs. The Happiest Baby program is a national curriculum and is taught by a certified instructor.  Among the essential information offered to participants, parents will be taught a step-by-step approach to quickly soothe the fussiest baby.  The methods are designed to increase sleep, parental confidence, and family harmony while decreasing stress, frustration, and exhaustion that many times are present when parents are adjusting to the changes a new baby brings. Through the generous donation of Firelands Regional Medical Center Auxiliary, this program is free of charge to participants. Pre-registration can be made by calling Firelands Regional Medical Center at 419-557-7840, or 1-800-342-1177, ext. 7840.  Parents will receive a take-home kit (DVD or VHS, and CD) valued at $40.00.

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Huron Hometown News | Thursday, July 28, 2011

Huron Hometown News - July 28, 2011  

Huron City Schools par- ticipated in the Annual Ohio School Nutrition Conference in Columbus in June. Two of the cafeteria staff mem- bers b...

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