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Huron City Schools Food Service Director Recognized at Conference Huron City Schools is pleased to announce Mrs. Sue Whitaker has been recognized as “Food Service Director of the Year” for the state of Ohio. Mrs. Whitaker traveled to Opryland in Nashville, TN to the School Nutrition Association Conference on July 10 through the 14th to receive her award along with representatives from the other forty-nine states across the country. A Food Service Director is nominated for this award by their staff based on meeting several criteria. Criteria needed to receive the award includes: school involvement, association involvement, community involvement, program development and enhancement and staff development. “It is nice to know I was nominated by my staff and supported by the administration,” stated Mrs. Whitaker. “We have a great team!” “Overall this was a great experience. It was a pleasure to represent Huron City Schools and the State of Ohio at a luncheon of 8,000 people in Nashville. I sat next to the award recipient from Alaska and walked the runway with a cowboy!” Mrs. Whitaker is in her 12th year as the Food Service Director at Huron City Schools and
her 28th year in the District. She has 15 staff members she refers to as her “team” who eagerly waits to serve their customers. Mrs. Whitaker’s biggest challenge is to incorporate the healthier demands and the increased portion sizes of the current lunch program standards while keeping the customers happy and eating. “The school lunch program essentially needs to be a self-supporting business,” explains Mrs. Whitaker. “To accommodate 1,200 regular customers under the current guidelines can be an interesting planning experience.” Recent positive changes to the program Huron City Schools, Food Service Director, have included the 5 week cycle menu for Sue Whitaker and Nancy Rice, National all of the schools. Breakfast is now being President of the School Nutrition Associaserved at all of the schools for any student tion pose for a photo at the School Nutriwho wishes to have breakfast at school. tion Association Conference in Opryland And new this year, the high school will be offering a lighter fare at one window with paring for the return of the students. soups, salads and sandwiches and a heavier Congratulations Mrs. Whitaker and best fare at the other window with a main dish or wishes for another nutritionally great school casserole style meal available. year. With just a couple weeks away until the start of school, the kitchens are planning and pre-
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Congratulations to Team Hermans! Bob Raymond and Joe Dandurand of Hermans Furniture spent 4 days on the road pedaling their way to a celebration. 328 Miles – 4 Days – 2 Hope Lodges – One Goal to help celebrate cancer survival. Over 450 riders left Cleveland on Thursday and made their way to Cincinati on Sunday. Team Hermans raised over $3000.00 for the cause. Anyone still wanting to help contribute to the cause can visit panohio.org and donate in the name of Team Hermans. A warm thanks goes out to this team!
The Huron Rotary Club is excited to announce that this year’s Huron Rotary Festival, will again be held at the Huron Boat Basin Amphitheater starting on Friday, Aug 12th thru Sunday the 14th. 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. F u n d s 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.
Ohio State Alumni Band Huron Rotary Art Festival Huron Rotary Festival is really 1966. Cost of a gallon of gas comes to Boat Basin three festivals rolled into one, mu- averaged .32 cents, average new sic, food and art. home was $14,200, Star Trek first The Erie County Ohio State Alumni Band will present their annual Huron Boat Basin Concert on Sunday eve August 7th at 7 p.m.This concert has become a tradition that many look forward to whether Buckeye fans or not. Certainly there’s all the Buckeye favorites like Hang on Sloopy, Buckeye Battle Cry and Beautiful Ohio March but also a wide variety of music for everyone. There’s foot tapping marches, showtunes, patriotic, and big band hits plus lots more. The current Ohio State drum major Jason Stuckert will display his talent and maybe even lead a Huron Script Ohio. The all brass and percussion band is
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This year is the 45th annual Huron Rotary Art Festival. There will be over 35 artists of all types in attendance. From photography and oil paintings to hand made jewelry and pottery, there is something for everyone. Not only are the artists selling their creations but they are vying for best in show. Each category will be judged with a 1st thru 3rd place award given out. One of the artists will be judged best overall and awarded the coveted Best in Show award. The competition for this coveted prize is strong. From its humble beginnings at Lakefront Park to now, the Huron Rotary Art Festival has been bringing regional artists to the area for the last 45 years. That would be
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By Judge Bill Steuk, Huron Municipal Court The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) has recently issued a statement again encouraging parents and guardians to obtain State Identification (ID) cards for their young children, an ID which includes a digital photograph. The State ID cards can be used as a tool to help locate children reported abducted or missing. The BMV states that the photographs and information can be quickly accessed by law enforcement if a child is reported missing or abducted. When a State ID is issued,
photos become part of the statewide Operator’s License/ Identification database and can be readily accessed by law enforcement officials through the Ohio Attorney General’s secure website, the Ohio Law Enforcement Gateway. The ID card can get accurate information into the hands of law enforcement, media and the public in a quick, efficient manner. If necessary, within minutes, the digital photo can be sent to Sheriff ’s Departments, Ohio State Highway Patrol cruisers, the Ohio Missing Children’s Clearing House, Ohio Amber Plan, and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and to police departments and media outlets across the country. The State ID cards cost Eight Dollars and fifty cents ($8.50) and are good up to four (4) years. Parents of young children may want to renew the ID cards periodically to include a more up-to-date photo of the child. There is no minimum age for obtaining an Ohio ID card. These ID cards can be obtained at any local Deputy Registrar’s office for the BMV. Anyone desiring an application for a child must present at the Registrar’s office a primary
and secondary document to prove: 1. Name and date of birth 2. Social security number (if ever assigned). Note, at least one primary and one secondary document must be provided by the applicant. Examples of the two (2) documents necessary to obtain a State ID card for a child would be a certified birth certificate for the child and a social security card. If you would like further information, please visit the BMV’s website located at www.bmv.ohio.gov or call our local BMV office. 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.
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The City of Huron Parks & Recreation Department is pleased to announce both Lake Front Park and Fabens Park have new drinking fountains available for their patrons. Chris Basting, Parks Maintenance Manager and his staff installed the two pedestal mounted drinking fountains in the parks earlier this summer. Financial assistance from the Wightman/ Wieber Charitable Foundation made this project possible. Funding was sought and obtained to help cover the costs associated with replacing the drinking fountains. The drinking fountains that were replaced dated back to when the parks were first developed. Fabens Park and Lake Front are both heavily patronized parks. Amenities in Fabens Park include: 9 baseball/softball fields, 5 tennis courts, 2 batting cages, a nature trail, a playground area, 3 shelters, picnic tables, grills, two drinking fountains, a concession stand and rest rooms. Fabens Park is the home to the community baseball program, school tennis teams and many walkers, joggers, and avid playground goers. Lake Front Park is used in a different capacity. Amenities include: a playground, gazebo, picnic tables, grills, a drinking fountain, and rest rooms. Lake Front Park is usually filled with picnickers, beach-goers, families playing on the playground and children and pets running in the green space. Lake Front Park is situ-
ated very close to the base of the mile long Lighthouse Pier. Many park-goers take in the walk out the pier as an added activity while visiting the park. The drinking fountains selected for both of these sites are pet friendly fountains. Many visitors to Lake Front and Fabens Park often bring their pets to take in the social recreation. These parks offer “MuttMitts” encouraging the presence of pets on their premises. “We are very appreciative of the Wightman/Wieber Foundation who deemed our project worthy of funding. They have helped us in the past and we greatly appreciate their support. Without them we would not have accomplished this project,” stated Basting. The “Goals of the Huron Parks & Recreation Department” is to provide a safe, clean environment and to continually improve the quality of the facilities for people of all ages and abilities.
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Ruth L. Pfistner
Jan. 3, 1930 - July 14, 2011 Ruth (Millis) Pfistner, 81, of Huron, passed away on Thursday July 14, 2011 at Admiral’s Pointe Nursing and Rehabilitation, Huron, following a lengthy illness. Ruth was born Jan.3, 1930 in Vermilion and graduated from Vermilion High School. After moving to Sandusky and working at the Pickle Works, she met Kenneth L. Pfistner on a blind date. Shortly after, they were married, moved to Michigan, and started their own business, Pfistner Floor Coverings. In 1961, with 4 children, they moved their business to Huron and continued to work side by side for over 50 years. Ruth also enjoyed knitting and was an avid reader. Ruth is survived by her husband of 60 years, Kenneth Pfistner; daughters Sharon (Dino) Caporini of Huron and Beverly (David) Poulson of Newton, New Hampshire; son Jeffery Pfistner of Huron; grandchildren Tony (Heidi) Caporini (Huron); Jaime Caporini (Huron); Marcie Caporini (Scottsdale, AZ); Travis Bissey (Martha’s Vineyard); Joshua (Sara) Bissey (Milwaukee, WI) and Cody Poulson (Newton, NH). Great grandchildren, who will dearly miss their “grandma-grandma,” include Taylor Cheatham, Aliyah Caporini, Kristian and Isabella Caporini. Also surviving Ruth are her siblings Rheeta (Norm) Beeler, Ronald Millis, and Richard (Marjorie) Millis, and several nephews. Preceding her in death was her devoted son, Gregory K. Pfistner; her parents, Michael and Mildred (Smith) Millis; and youngest sister, Barbara (William) Finucan. Cremation will be handled by Groff Funeral Home and a private family service will be held at a later date. Memorial Contributions may be made to the Dino and Rose Caporini Scholarship Fund at Huron High School, 710 Cleveland Rd. W. Huron, Ohio in memory of Ruth Pfistner, whose children all graduated from Huron High School.
David W. Michel
July 13, 1964 - July 28, 2011 David W. Michel, 47, of Huron, died Thursday, July 28, 2011, in Twilight Gardens Nursing Home, Norwalk, after a battle with cancer. He was born July 13, 1964, in Sandusky and was a lifelong resident of the Huron area. David enjoyed bowling and was a sports enthusiast. He is survived by a daughter, Briana Michel and son, Aaron Michel, both of Huron; a brother, Donald “Corky” Fielitz; and nieces Ashley and Shelby Fielitz. He was preceded in death by his parents, Carl and Patricia (Sartor) Michel.
Helen D. Jones Died July 30, 2011
Helen D. Jones, 32, of Huron died unexpectedly Saturday, July 30, 2011, at her residence. Helen resided in Huron since 2000, coming from Sheffield Lake, Ohio. She graduated from Brookside High School, Sheffield Lake and then attended Ohio State Agriculture School in Wooster, Ohio and then studied music at Lorain Community College. She worked for Alliance Imaging of Sacramento, Calif. as a patient coordinator and was licensed phlebotomist. Helen met the Love of Her Life, Keith Peters, while in California. Helen was very enthusiastic about photography as well as music and cooking. She attended St. Peter Catholic Church, Huron. She is survived by her parents, Daniel and Linda (Priestas) Jones of Huron; her maternal grandmother, Helen Priestas of Lorain; her paternal grandmother, Doris Jones of Lorain; a brother, Andrew of Huron; and a niece and nephew, Evelyn and Miles Jones of Dayton. She was preceded in death by her maternal grandfather, William Priestas; and paternal grandfather, Dallas Jones. Friends may call 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 4, in Foster Funeral Home, 410 Main St., Huron, with funeral services following at 8 p.m. Father Jeffery Sikorski will officiate. Graveside committal service will be at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 5, in Calvary Cemetery, Lorain. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Peter Catholic Church, 430 Main St., Huron OH 44839. Condolences may be shared at fosterfh.com
October 18, 1928 - July 31, 2011 Phyllis Nitschke, 82, Huron, died on Sunday, July 31, 2011, at her residence. She was born Oct. 18, 1928, in Clyde. She was employed by the former Philco Corp., Good Samaritan Hospital, Sandusky Motor Sales and the City of Sandusky as a senior clerk in the custom accounting department. She was a member of Zion Lutheran Church, Sandusky, where she participated in the Zion Church Women, minister of communion, and the Evangelism and Visitation Committees. She delivered Mealson-Wheels with her husband, Lewis. She participated in bowling and golf leagues. Phyllis is survived by her husband, Lewis Nitschke, to whom she was married 63 years; son, Martin (Recelle) Nitschke of Houston; grandchildren, Tiffany Bitten-
bender, Jessica Keck, Raymond Nitschke In lieu of flowers, memorial donations and Ryan Nitschke; great-grandchildren, may be made to your local Alzheimer’s AsSophie and Sean; sister, Carol (Gordon) sociation or to the Friends of the Stow – Gage of West Salem, Ohio; and brothers, Munroe Falls Public Library, 3512 Darrow Nelson (Ruth) Berger Jr., and Richard Road, Stow, OH 44224. (Barb) Berger, both of Fremont. Calling hours will be 4-8 p.m. Thursday, She was preceded in death by her parents, Aug. 4, at Redmon Funeral Home, 3633 Nelson and Helen (Stokes) Berger Sr.; sons, Darrow Road, Stow. A memorial service Roderick Nitschke and Stephen Nitschke; will be at 11 a.m. Friday, Aug. 5, at Kent brother, David Berger; and sisters, Doris United Methodist Church, 1435 E. Main Miller, Evelyn Hoffman and Ruth Watson. St., Kent. Friends may call 5-8 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 3, in Toft Funeral Home & Crematory, 2001 Columbus Ave., Sandusky. Friends may also call from 10 a.m. until funeral services at 11 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 4, in Zion • 25 yrs. plumbing experience Lutheran Church, 503 Co• 1 yr. installation warranty lumbus Ave., Sandusky. The Rev. John Mawhirter • 10% Senior Discount will officiate. 419-433-1177 Burial will be in Meadow Green Memorial Park, HuOH Plbg. Lic. #37808 ron. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Stein Hospice Service, 1200 Sycamore Line, Sandusky, OH 44870 or to Zion Lutheran Church, Radio Fund, or Bus Fund. Condolences may be shared at toftfh.com. Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy
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June Shriver Philips, 87, died July 27, 2011, in Huron. Born in Kent, Ohio, she attended Kent State University High School and Kent State University. She was preceded in death by her husband, Bill Phillips and his son Richard (Merida, Canyon Lake, Calif.) and sons Christopher and Rex. She is survived by brother Parker (Joan) Shriver of Fox Point, Wis.; daughters Pam (Fred) Leszynski of Huron and Karen (Brian) Koch of Hartville, Ohio; son Eric of Virginia; nine grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. As a homemaker, she enjoyed sewing, gardening, traveling and cooking. She served as treasurer of Friends of Stow Library and Stow Democratic Club. She was a member of Stow Study Club and a lifelong member of Kent United Methodist Church.
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This group meets twice each month with players of all ages. Please call 419-433-5009 or register online at www. huronlibrary.org. Chess boards are always available. Bring a friend and play anytime! uuuuu Huron Public Library will host a blood drive for the American Red Cross on Thursday, August 18, from 1 - 6 PM. To donate blood, you must be at least 17 years of age, weigh at least 110 pounds and have not donated in the last 56 days. Call the Red Cross at 419-626-1641 for more details. uuuuu Did you know that everyone’s been reading during our six week summer reading program? Children (K through 2nd grade) read 1169 books/ hours. Tweens (grades 3 through 6) read 734 books/ hours. Teens (grades 7 -12) read 51 hours and 99 books, and adults read 265 books. Great job to all the participants!
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Then on Sunday: Erie County OSU Alumni Band Come enjoy the Erie County OSU Alumni Band! Go Bucks!! August 7th at 7:00pm Huron Boat Basin Admission is free, but please no alcohol or glass containers. uuuuu Help Wanted! 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 419433-4848.
Scavenger Hunt Gets Students Thinking About College More than 60 juniors from Sandusky High School and EHOVE Career Center will descend on the Bowling Green State University Firelands College campus on Thursday, Aug. 18 to participate in the Tech Prep Welcome Picnic and Scavenger Hunt. Sponsored by the BGSU Firelands College Access Program, the event is held to give area students the opportunity to learn about college in general, the BGSU Firelands campus, and the Tech Prep program. Tech Prep is a federally-funded program for high school juniors and seniors that blends advanced technology with rigorous academic courses. The program also seeks to provide a seamless transition between high school and college. Students in Tech Prep can earn up to an average of 15 college credits by the time they graduate from high school and approximately 85 percent of local Tech Prep high school graduates continue their education at the collegiate level.
“As these young men and women begin to finish their high school career, it is critical that we continually remind them of the importance of a college education and encourage them to seek post-secondary degrees,” said David Janik, manager of the College Access Program and Tech Prep at BGSU Firelands. Data from the US Census Bureau shows that the higher the educational degree an individual completes, the more earning potential he/she will have throughout a lifetime. Individuals who complete a bachelor’s degree will earn nearly $1 million more than a high school graduate throughout their life. On Aug. 18, the high school students will be joined by parents and families members as they tour the campus, meet the staff and current Tech Prep students, and learn about the opportunities which are available through the Tech Prep program - all in an entertaining scavenger hunt environment.
Vermilion YMCA Y CAMP WEWANAGO Kids there is still time to register for camp! You can register your child by the week or month. There is before and after camp care. Camp activities begin at 9:00am and end at 4:00pm Lunch and afternoon snack provided. Weekly Themes/Daily activities. Call (440)967-3050 FALL FLAG FOOTBALL season begins Aug. 29 thru Oct 15 Boys and girls. Ages 5-7, 8-10 Come learn the fundamentals of the game. Practice one night a week, games on Saturday. Fees: Y member $40.00 Non Y $55.00 Call (440)967-4208 for more info
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39th Annual Antiques, Collectibles Arts and Crafts in the Park The Friends of Harbour Town of Vermilion is presenting their last summer show of Antiques, Collectibles, Artists and handmade wares in Vermilion’s downtown Farmers Exchange Place Park, Rt. 6 and 60 this Saturday, August 6th, 9:00 am to 4:30 pm. This is a beautiful time of the year to browse among the wares in the historic park nestled on the banks of the Vermilion River in the center of Harbour Town 1837 Historic District. Wave to the sailors sailing in their boats. Rent a kayak for fun or drop anchor to come and see the show in the park. Stroll leisurely beneath shade trees, sit upon the benches within the streetscape and park. Do stroll to the beach and look over the ever changing Lake Erie and the historic nautical river. The Mystic Bell Paddle Wheel Boat just two blocks away will be presenting their narrated water cruises at 2 and 4 PM. If you have not taken time to experience a ride on the river please do so as it is a real relaxing and learning experience; worth your time in Vermilion. This is a special time for all visiting tourists to bring the family downtown and take time to say hello with the park vendors and shopkeepers; what a variety. Luther Marquart and Mark Pape will be within the park to teach the children and adults the art of knot tying and sharing the history of Ship Building (including Vermilion Schooners) of yesteryear. Mark Pape assures us he has enough knot line for the children and all to work their knots and take them home. Luther just celebrated his 95th birthday and has been with the event for 39 years. Take time to learn from him. We will be having at the show several new booth vendors, especially many antiques dealers, Ellen OHara, Carolyn Hill, Sandra Johnson, Marlene Gibson, Sally Blue, Meemaw’s Treasurers, Ellen and Rob Parker, Sally Catrone, Georgia Moore, Katherine Smith coming from all over Ohio. You will see Tom Kilbane, Dave Pavlak, the artists, and John Koscinsk the well known photographer, beach glass and a large variety of hand made designed jewelry, children’s bows and hair items, African clothing; look for that special collectors item or gift. Tom Roth, the honey man, will be there with all his products which are freshly packaged and Baba will be back with his African Shea Lotion Products that he
has made in his African Village. Baba stated that he had 60 e-mail orders for the products after being with the June Show here in Vermilion. There is so much to share and the excitement is high. The park will be filled and vendors had to be turned away. Bring a chair and sit in the park amongst the colorful show of flowers, to talk with your friends. Walk the streetscape and join in on conversations with the Shoppe owners, residents, and tourists alike. The downtown is the place to stroll with your homemade candy, a scoop of ice cream, a special piece of pie, or that delicious luncheon or dinner; all within three short blocks of the center of the Harbour Town 1837 Historic District of downtown Vermilion. Most of the stores and eateries are handicap accessible. The park and public restroom is also handicap accessible. Enjoy the Sights and Sounds of our beautiful historic nautical community; it is truly a “Touch of New England on Lake Erie”.
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Huron City Schools is pleased to announce Mrs. Sue Whitaker has been recognized as “Food Service Director of the Year” for the state of Ohio...