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Shawnee Students Share Lunch with Huron Fire Department
The Huron Firefighters along with the students of Shawnee Elementary School enjoyed a localized meal on Tuesday during the “Ohio – The Heart of Our Lunch Day”. This was one day during National School Lunch Week that took place from October 10th through 14th. The theme of this year’s national school lunch observation was “School Lunch – Let’s Grow Healthy”. When combined with Fire Prevention Week (October 10th – 15th) Sue Whitaker, Food Service Director for Huron City School decided it made sense to design a meal to meet all the needs of the different observations, therefore serving the “Ohio – The Heart of Our Lunch” meal in the red plastic firefighter’s helmets. This marks the twelfth year Lt. Paul Hasenmeier and his for the elementary students daughter, Kylie, enjoy their “All of Huron to be served their Ohio” lunch together. lunch on this special day
Firefighter Jerod Smith dines with a group of Kindergarteners during Fire Prevention Week and National School Lunch Week. from a firefighter’s helmet. Lunch served from the firefighter’s helmets included: Tank’s Hot Dogs from Elmore, Ohio served on Nickels Whole Grain Buns, Heinz Ketchup and fresh Veggies from Mulvins Farm Market, Marzetti Ranch Dip, Fresh Fuji Apple from Quarry Hill Orchard and Toft’s Milk. During National School Lunch Week, Huron City Schools joined fourteen other area districts in celebrating their second annual “Ohio – The Heart of Our Lunch Day”. The purpose of the “Ohio – The Heart of Our Lunch Day” is to showcase items that are either grown or processed locally in Ohio “National School Lunch Week is a great time to offer our All Ohio Lunch and celebrate with our Firefighters as well”, stated Sue. “It’s amazing to see all those red hats in our lunchroom. On that day we have our own red hat society!”
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National Honor Society Inductees On October 5, eleven students were inducted into National Honor Society in the Cedar Point Center at Firelands College. This induction class was one of the smaller ones at Huron High School because students will now be inducted in the fall instead of the spring so they will have a full year to be participating mem-
Huron Receives Ohio Auditor of State Award The city was provided written notice from Auditor of State David Yost that the recently completed financial audit for Fiscal Year 2010 was designated for the “Ohio Auditor of State Award.” The designation was presented for exemplary financial reporting in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. The award declares “the citizens are well-served by your effective and accountable financial practices.” The clean financial audit report for the year represents no findings for recovery, material citations, material weaknesses, significant deficiencies, Single Audit findings or any questions costs. This is the first such designation for the city since the economic downturn of the late 1990’s. City Manager Andy White recognized the city’s efforts to establish a strong financial position
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bers in the various community and school volunteer projects. Mrs. Heather Merckens, the leader of the social studies department and a teacher at Huron High School as well as previous National Honor Society member, was the guest speaker. There are now 64 members in National Honor Society at Huron High School.
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necessary to attract future development. “The current economic environment is a serious threat to all local government services. Presenting a strong, financially solvent organization can attract new development partnerships needed to stabilize local revenues without the introduction of new taxation.” Over the past ten years the city has reduced its total workforce, managed to curb the costs of expensive benefits programs and looked regionally to enhance service delivery through local partnerships, he said. “The recent audit report combined with an upgraded bond rating is one component of the superior quality service the city wants to pass on to the community. We set this as a goal a year ago and I am extremely proud of the work the staff has committed to achieve this distinction.”
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The festivities will occur at the Huron Boat Basin and Amphitheater. Entertainment scheduled throughout the day at the Amphitheater will include Heller Magic, an exciting magic and illusion act, and more! Be sure to visit the Rock Climbing Wall and test your skills at rock climbing! And don’t miss out on the pony rides! A petting zoo will also be open to visitors all day. Check out our craft tent courtesy of Just Like Home Childcare and our Jumping Beans Bounce House. A scarecrow decorating contest is open to all, and ideally a family project -- we will supply all materials, contestants supply their creativity. Of course, we can’t forget everyone’s favorite… the BARNES NURSERY PUMPKIN DROP! 12 noon – Festival opens! 3:00pm - Huron High School Tigerettes Perform 3:30pm – BARNES NURSERY PUMPKIN DROP 4:00pm – Heller Magic 5:00pm – Scarecrow decorating judging 5:00pm – Huron Tiger Marching Band Perform ADMISSION IS FREE! Huron Parks and Recreation would not be able to offer our community such an event without the support of our sponsors: A-1 Sports Sales, Barnes Nursery, Bennett’s Novelties, K-96 WKFM, 95.3 WLKR, Key Bank, First Federal Savings of Lorain, and of course the Huron Hometown News for helping us get the word out to the community! For more information on the Huron Pumpkin Fest, please visit our website cityofhuron.org or contact us at 419433-8487.
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Around Town Prohibition in Ohio By Lisa Yako of Historical Research Partners Much interest has surrounded the topic of prohibition due to the documentary by Ken Burns that recently aired on PBS. Interestingly, the stirrings for the prohibition movement began in Ohio. The first organized push toward prohibition began with the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) which was organized on December 23, 1873, in Hillsboro, Ohio. Members of the WCTU prayed outside establishments that sold alcohol and often attempted to block the entrances. Members of the WCTU included women from nearly every sector of American life, but the majority of the members came from the middle classes and all had strong ties to evangelical Protestant churches. Though the WCTU is still
in existence today, its members were unable to convince the majority of the American public to embrace prohibition. The next organized movement in favor of prohibition came with the creation of the Anti-Saloon League in 1893. In 1894, Brookfield, Ohio, native and Oberlin College graduate, Wayne Wheeler, was named as leader of the Anti-Saloon League. Wheeler was both passionate about the cause of prohibition and was a well-organized leader. Wheeler’s focus was solely on prohibition, and he effectively applied pressure on politicians to further his cause. Despite Ohio’s strong history in raising prohibition leaders, Ohio did not vote itself dry until 1918. Nonetheless, the sentiment toward going dry in Ohio was always strong, and prohibition was often decided on a local level.
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Arthur L. Hoover, son of local inventor, Isaac W. Hoover, and secretary of the Hoover Manufacturing Company of Milan, Ohio, embraced the cause of prohibition. Hoover’s interest in prohibition likely was due to a number of reasons including his job and his faith. Hoover’s livelihood came from the manufacture of potato diggers and other potato-related machinery. Alcohol consumption by employees often led to accidents and decreased productivity. Hoover first became Secretary of the Erie County Vote Ohio Dry Committee and was later named Secretary for the state-wide organization. During his tenure, Hoover discovered a “Blind Tiger” in Huron. (A “blind tiger” was a low-class establishment that illegally sold alcohol. The owner would charge an entrance fee to see an attraction, such as an animal, and then would provide a complimentary drink.) The October 25, 1915 issue of the Sandusky Register reported this incident
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as follows: “That a “blind tiger” is openly running in Huron is the charge made by A.L. Hoover, chairman of the county temperance committee. Chairman Hoover said Sunday that he reported the matter to the county liquor license commission and asked that its members investigate. “It is a matter of common knowledge in Huron that the “blind tiger” is in operation. The beer sold is obtained from an Erie county brewery.” asserted Hoover.” Apparently, Huron did not readily embrace prohibition! Prohibition was enacted on a national level on January 17, 1920 after the 18th Amendment to the United States constitution was ratified. After 13 years of increased crime associated with the illegal sale of liquor and no decrease in consumption, the 18th Amendment was repealed, and the freedom to legally choose whether to consume alcohol was again restored to the American people.
Serving Our Seniors Public Forum “Understanding Hearing Loss & Reasonable Expectations for Hearing Aids to Treat Hearing Impairments”, 2pm - 4pm at Sandusky Community Nazarene Church, 1617 Milan Road - Sandusky. Erie Co. senior citizens who need a hearing aid, but can’t afford the cost are encouraged to attend. This forum is being offered as part of Serving Our Seniors Hearing Aid Project, refurbishing donated hearing aids to help older adults who need affordable treatment. RSVP by calling 419-624-1856 or 800-564-1856.
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Serving Our Seniors Public Forum for All-Electric Homeowners “You Have A Choice: Understanding Duke Retail Energy’s offer to All-Electric Homeowners”, 2pm 4pm, Sandusky Community Nazarene Church, 1617 Milan Road, Sandusky. An RSVP is requested for planning purposes. Call 419-624-1856 or 800-564-1856.
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Milestones OBITUARIES Ruth Mary (Bickley) Brown
Aug. 24, 1923 - Oct. 6, 2011 Ruth Mary (Bickley) Brown, 88, of Norwalk and Huron, passed from this life on Oct. 6, 2011, surrounded by family and friends. Ruth was born Aug. 24, 1923, in Sandusky to the late Ralph J. and Augusta C. (Dircks) Bickley. She was a graduate of Milan High School and upon graduation was employed at the War Price and Ration Board and Mercer’s Hardware in Huron. She married Frank E. Brown of Stony Ridge, Ohio, in 1946 and remained married for 49 years. They lived in Huron for 13 years and then moved to Luckey, Ohio, where Ruth worked as a secretary for the Eastwood School District for 25 years. After retirement she and Frank split their time between Milan and Vero Beach, Fla.
In 2004 she moved to The Carriage House in Norwalk, where she continued her active life. Ruth enjoyed traveling, gardening, crossword puzzles and needlepoint. She was an avid reader, a fan of NASCAR and a skilled Scrabble player. She is survived by her daughters, Barbara A. Bucher of Lexington, N.C., and Debra Diane Brown of Denver; a granddaughter, Erin Bucher Janes of Portland, Ore.; three brothers, James A. Bickley of Sandusky, Thomas A. Bickley of New London and Robert C. Bickley of Milan. Ruth was preceded in death by her husband in 1995; two brothers, Ralph H. and Donald J. Bickley; and two sisters, June C. Timman and Minnetta A. Lamma. A celebration of her life will take place at The Carriage House, 175 Shady Lane, Norwalk, from 1-3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15. Interment will be at at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 16, at Troy Township Cemetery in Luckey, followed by a reception from 2-4 p.m. at the American Legion Hall in Luckey. In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations be made in her memory to The
Carriage House, c/o The Fisher-Titus Foundation, 272 Benedict Ave., Norwalk, OH 44857; or Stein Hospice, 1200 Sycamore Line, Sandusky, OH 44870. Online condolences may be shared at fosterfh.com. Foster Funeral Home & Crematory 410 Main St., Huron, is handling the arrangements
Aug. 16, 1940 - Oct. 10, 2011 Joyce Kent, 71, of Huron, died Monday evening, Oct. 10, 2011, in Firelands Regional Medical Center in Sandusky. She was born Aug. 16, 1940, in Cardington, Ohio, and lived in this area most of her life. She was a homemaker who enjoyed spending time with her family. She is survived by her husband of more than 40 years, Charles Kent; her children, Pam Barnes of Berlin Heights, Sandy (Ken)
Church Chat Christ Episcopal Church 120 Ohio Street, Huron 419-433-4701 10 a.m. worship and communion services Sunday School 9 a.m. www.christchurchhuron. com 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 graceopchurch@gmail. com www.graceop.org Worship: Sunday 6 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 am - Praise Service 9 am - Sunday School (ages 4 thru adult)
10 am - Celebration Service nion with organ and choir. Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Coffee and snacks served in Worship the Fellowship Hall between services. St. Peter Catholic Church LOGOS - Wednesdays at 430 Main Street, Huron 4:00 - Students ages 419-433-5725 Kindergarten thru High www.stpetershuron.org School welcomed. Mass Schedule: 5 p.m. Saturday; 8 a.m. Sunday; 10:30 Lighthouse Assembly of a.m. Sunday. Weekday and God Church Holyday Masses. 820 Cleveland Road East, Please see bulletin on our Huron website 419-433-8889 Reconciliation: 3:30 to www.lighthouseagc.org 4:30 p.m. Saturday or by apSunday Service 10:45 a.m. pointment Sunday School 10:00 a.m. adult and children The Chapel Adult Bible Study 6:30 4444 Galloway Road, Sanp.m. on Tuesdays dusky Youth Group 6 p.m. Sun419-627-0208 day www.chapel-sandusky. Food Pantry 9 a.m. to 3 org p.m. Wednesdays; Saturday Service 5:00 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thurs- p.m. days Sunday Services at 9:00 Food Pantry: 419-616- a.m. & 11:00 a.m. 0088 Jr. High Youth Group – Salvation Army Service Sundays during 9 and 11 Unit 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. am church service meet Thursdays by appointment in the Warehouse/Youth only. Room Salvation Army Services: Sr. High Youth Group – 419-433-0500 Sunday evenings from 6 to 8pm meet in the WareSt. Matthew Evangelical house/Youth Room. Lutheran Church Latitude group ages 1815617 Mason Road, Ver- 29 Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. million Rev. Dr. Karl Fry, Pastor The Church of Jesus 440-967-9886 Christ of Latter Day www.lutheransonline. Saints com/stmattverml-cms 4511 Galloway Road, Ladies Bible Fellowship Huron 9:15 a.m. 419-626-9860 Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Bishop: Bill Reed All Ages Welcome Sacrament Service SunSunday Worship 10:30 days 9:30 a.m. a.m. with Holy CommuFamily History Center
The Fishermen of the Huron United Methodist Church invite you and your family and friends to come celebrate the fall harvest! Please join us at 338 Williams Street on Sunday, October 23rd for 10:00 AM Worship in our newly renovated sanctuary, with our Blessings of the Lake and Harvest Luncheon to immediately follow in the HUMC Fellowship Hall. This family event is free of charge and all are welcome. The meal will include Lake Erie walleye or perch and/or ham, potatoes, coleslaw, roll and desert. This will be an old fashioned celebration of all the Blessings of living on Lake Erie amongst our family of faith. The Huron United Methodist Church is handicapped accessible. Hope to see you there!
Revive, Refresh, Renew You are invited to Revive your spirit, Frefresh your soul, and Renew your passion for Christ at Revive, Refresh, Renew!, the Huron United Methodist Church’s Speaker Series for Women of all Ages and Stages! Please join us at 338 Williams Street on Saturday, Oct. 15th, from 8:15 – 9:15 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Doors open at 8 a.m. and refreshments are served. Our October speaker will be Sarah Baumgardner, of Sparrow Jane Ministries. Sparrow Jane seeks, through speaking and singing, to minister to those in need, extend the grace and mercy of knowing Jesus Christ as Savior, and call other Christians to passionate worship. Carve out one hour for yourself! Bring a friend! The Fellowship Hall is handicapped accessible. This event is free and open to the public.
Interested in a Jr. High Youth Group? Attention 7th and 8th graders and parents/guardians: are you interested in a Junior High Youth group - confirmation class experience? The Huron United Methodist Church, 338 Williams Street, offers one on Sunday evenings from 6:30 - 7:30 PM. Learn about Jesus, have fun with interactive games, get involved with service projects, enjoy retreats, snacks, fun along with Bible study and faith formation, etc. Call 419/433-3984, or e-mail Rev. Roger via email@example.com. Peace.
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Salyers of Greenwich, Tammy Wright of Madison, Ohio, John Kent of Monroeville and Robert Dahlhofer of Marietta, Ga.; 11 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and a nephew. She was preceded in death by her parents, Joe and Luella (Matix) Clark, a son Charles Kent Jr., and a brother Dennis Clark. Friends called Wednesday Oct. 12, at Morman-Hinman-Tanner Funeral Home, 38 South St., Berlin Heights. Graveside services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday Oct. 13, at Peaks Cemetery on Darrow Road. Condolences may be left at mormanfuneralhome.com Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association.
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Mon. & Tue. 10 AM - 6 PM Wed. & Thur. 10 AM - 8 PM Fri. 10 AM - 5 PM; Sat. 10 AM - 1 PM “Next Stop, Freedom!” October 13, 6:30 p.m. Presented by Eden Valley Enterprises, Bette Lou Higgins performs a first-person depiction of a slave on the Underground Railroad in Ohio. The “Second Thursday Speaker Series” occurs each month. Come to the library for engaging presentations on a variety of topics. No registration necessary. uuuuu Chess Class, Saturday, October 15, 10 AM- 12:30 PM Learn to play this challenging game or improve the skills
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you have. Registration appreciated. Drop-in’s welcome! uuuuu Family Storytime Wednesday, October 19 at 6 PM. No registration necessary. uuuuu Teen Library Council (TLC), Wednesday, October 19, 5:30- 6:30 PM. TLC meets monthly during the school year. If you are in the 7th-12th grades and would like to become a member, applications are available on our website (on the Teen page) or at the library. Community service hours awarded for attendance. uuuuu Mystery Book Group (an adult book discussion group), Wednesday, October 19, 7 PM This month’s book is Death in the Family by Jill McGown. Chief Detective Lloyd uncovers a complex case involving an infant kidnapping and a murder. uuuuu The Book Exchange adult book discussion group, Thursday, October 20, 6:30 PM The Innocent Man by John Grisham is the true story of a
Parks & Rec week combines weights with cardio for the ultimate in fat-burning! Office location: 110 Wall Street Tone and strengthen your Mailing address: 417 Main St. arms, legs and abs using Phone: 419-433-8487 Fax: 419-433-0470 weights and resistance. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Relieve stress with a relaxWebsite: www.huronparks.org ing stretch! Please bring a mat, water and two 2-5 lb. hand-held weights to feel First Federal Farmers Market energized and fantastic. Come out and buy the freshest produce Session II: October 25th – December 1st around! Each year, we continue to grow No classes on 11/22 and 11/24. by adding more quality vendors. We are Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00pm-7:00pm proud to have First Federal Savings of Loat Woodlands Intermediate rain sponsor this event again in 2011. Cost: Residents $45/Non-Residents $50 First Federal Farmers Market, every Registration forms available online Thursday, July 14th – October 27th - 3:306:30pm, Huron Boat Basin uuuuu Fall Yoga uuuuu Yoga with Karen Polvinale Fall Aerobics Aerobics Classes with Monica Studans Winter Session: January 3rd-March 6th This is the class you have been waiting Tuesdays 6:30-7:30pm at Shawnee Elfor! A complete and effective workout for all fitness levels! Work out at your own ementary $40 Residents/ $45 Non Residents pace with 40 min. of easy, fun and fatFor more information or to print a regburning Latin infused dance and “Tae-Bo istration form visit our website, www. Style” kick-boxing moves. One class per cityofhuron,org
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mentally ill baseball player wrongly convicted of murder. uuuuu Red Cross Blood Drive at the library, Thursday, October 20, 1 - 6 PM To donate blood, you must be at least 18 years of age, weigh at least 110 lbs. and have not donated in the last 56 days. Call the Red Cross at (419) 626-1641 for more details. uuuuu YarnWorks, Thursday, October 20 from 6:30 - 7:30 PM Join our group of knitters and crocheters, whether you are just learning or have been creating for years. Bring your current project, share your knowledge and help us with our community blanket. Registration appreciated. uuuuu Connect Ohio Computer Classes Would you like to learn the basics about computers, the Internet and email? These monthly classes are for beginning adults and all sessions should be attended. Space is limited so register online, call or email to reserve your place. November Sessions: Monday, 11/7; Tuesday, 11/8; Wednesday, 11/9: 2 - 4 PM
YMCA Did you know that the YMCA offers scholarships? The Vermilion Family YMCA will not turn anyone away due to their inability to pay for a program. Families may apply for financial assistance through the Y’s Strong Kids Scholarship Fund by requesting an application. The scholarship fund can be used for programs, childcare and memberships. Call 967-4208 Childcare Halloween Fun Fair— Come and join us for a fun filled night of ghostly fun! Friday, October 28 at 6:308:30pm. Bring your little goblins (ages 2-10 yrs) dressed in their costumes to trick or treat, play games, do crafts and enjoy great food. Tickets sold at the door for .25 each. The YMCA Fun Fair is open to the public! If you would like to make a donation of candy for the event it would be greatly appreciated. Please drop dona-
tions at the main office. The YMCA Childcare has openings for before and after school care. Kindergarten thru 7th grade. Toddler, Pre-Kindergarten Readiness Program, Part and Full Day Care available. For your convenience the Y childcare opens at 6:00am and closes at 6:00pm. Visit us and see our “Step Up to Quality” Center. To arrange a tour or get more info call 967-3050. Youth Mini Cheer Clinic ***New Instructor Lindsey Newman will get your children motivated and have a great time while they learn cheers, jumps and sideline cheers. Boys and girls, ages 4-13 yrs will have a blast! Practices are Monday & Tuesdays at 5:30-6:30. New session begins Oct.31 thru Dec. 17 Cost is Y member $45.00 Non Y member $60.00 Call 967-4208 to register
Rocky Horror Picture Show The Sandusky State Theatre presents “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” on Friday, October 28th at 10:00 pm. “The Fishnet Mafia brings you “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” in a way you have never seen it before. Experience the 36 year old cult phenomenon as the actors alternately lampoon and pay homage to the wacky sci-fi musical. The audience is encouraged to participate by shouting back at the stage, and interacting with the cast during a pre-film introduction!” All tickets are $10.00 and can be ordered online at www. sanduskystate.com, by calling 419-626-1950 or 877-6261950 or by visiting the Box Office at 107 Columbus Avenue, Sandusky.
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Huron Hometown News | Thursday, October 13, 2011
Schools Woodlands & McCormick 2nd Lunch: Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich Veggie Salad with Cheese Crackers Monday: Oct 17 Mini Corn Dogs, Sweet Tator Tots, Mini Ice Cream Sandwich, Seasonal Fresh Fruit, Ice Cold Milk
Shawnee – Woodlands – McCormick Schools – Shawnee 2nd Lunch: Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich
Tuesday: Oct 18 Popcorn Chicken, Fluffy Buttered Rice, Seasoned Corn, Buttered Wheat Roll, Diced Pears, Ice Cold Milk Wednesday: Oct 19 Grilled Cheeseburger on Whole Grain Bun, Oven Baked Beans, Kellogg’s Gripz Crackers, Cinnamon Applesauce, Ice Cold Milk
Thursday: Oct 20 Spaghetti/Meat Sauce, Spinach/Romaine Salad, Choice of Dressing, Warm Bread Stick, Mandarin Oranges & Pineapple Chuncks, Ice Cold Milk Friday: Oct 21 Cheesy Cheese Pizza, Malibu Blend Vegetables, Chilled Mixed Fruit, Ice Cold Milk Breakfast Menu - Offered daily: Assorted Kellogg’s Cereals & Breakfast Pastries , 100% Fruit Juice, Ice Cold Milk
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Tuesday, Oct 18: BBQ pulled pork on bun, potato, applesauce, brownie, milk Wednesday, Oct 19 Corn dog, baked beans, macaroni salad, pears, sherbet, milk Thursday, Oct 20 Walking taco w/ nacho cheese doritos, shredded lettuce, shredded cheese, roll / margarine, salsa, peaches, vanilla pudding, milk Friday, Oct 21 Domino cheese pizza, Salad, grapes, popcorn, milk
September Students of the Month
Face painting is always an exciting time for the students as they patiently watch their classmates while waiting for their turn.
Shawnee Celebrates Harvest Happenings Shawnee Elementary School students welcomed the fall season on Friday, October 7, 2011 with their annual “Harvest Happenings” celebration. The Huron PTO organized the special day of fun for the pre-school through second grade students by providing games and outdoor activities. Popcorn Relays, Corn Hole, a Bounce Castle, an Obstacle Course, the limbo, Face Painting and the big parachute were the hits of the day. For the second year in a row Mother Nature contributed to the day’s event by providing 70 degrees and sunshine. Every year the students look forward to this very special celebration. “A special thank you to the teachers, staff, and Ms. Vonthron for their cooperation and efforts in making this a special day for the students,” stated Heather Hardy, Harvest Happenings Chairperson for the PTO. The students greatly appreciated all of the help and hard work of that from the volunteers and Kindergarten students of Shawnee ElePTO members: Jill Geis, Amanda mentary School demonstrate how limbo Harkelroad, Kristi Sas, Jacquelyn they are during their Harvest Happenings Hauser, Rich Obergefell, Stacey celebration last week. Hartley, Angie Masterson, Heather Feeney, Marci Cappo, Lisa Pinkerton, Cynthia Brown, Faith Lottman, Amy Nevison, Jami Camp, Dawna Agston, Shana Wainwright, Brenda Culler, Sarah Solberg, Michelle Kurtz, Sheri Ransom, Bernie Murray, Jessica Rulli, Dana Holbrook, Robin McNulty, Amy Hurst and Heather Hardy.
Congratulations to the following Huron High School students for earning the “Student of the Month” honor for September: Madison Mize, freshman, (not pictured) Carolyn Balde, sophomore, Masson Prosser, junior, and Angela Barbour, BARBOUR senior. BALDE PROSSER Huron High School staff members used words such as: kind, mature, dedicated, and responsible to describe the September students. Students caught working hard at school and helping to create a more positive environment will increase a student’s chance of being awarded Student of the Month. The staff members at Huron High School will vote for the “Student of the Month” Award once a month. One student from each grade level will be chosen for the title.
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The big parachute at the Harvest Happenings celebration is a HUGE hit amongst the students at Shawnee Elementary School. The event was sponsored by the Huron PTO.
McCormick Jr. High Students of the Month Congratulations to the following McCormick Junior High students for earning the “Student of the Month” title for September: Elizabeth Mills, 7th grade & Jamie Borger, 8th grade. McCormick Principal, Mr. Chad Carter, and the grade level teachers will recognize one deserving student a month throughout the school year. “The award will be based on the following criteria: attendance, attitude, workmanship, growth and improvement, classroom behavior and work completion,” stated Mr. Carter, McCormick Principal. The Student of the Month candidates are nominated by the grade level teachers and selected by Mr. MILLS BORGER Carter and the McCormick staff.
Huron Hometown News | Thursday, October 13, 2011
Huron Outscores Oak Harbor 42-20
(Above) The night belonged to Huron QB Kyle Pisano who not only threw for 224 yards and two TD’s but ran for three more during the Tiger victory to a secure hold on second place in the SBC. (Right) Sophomore DB Cody Thompson (14) nails the Rocket quarterback in the open field, knocking loose the ball.
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Huron defeats Margaretta in SBC Volleyball Play
Tiger Boys lose to Port Clinton and Norwalk At Huron, the Redskins got off to a quick start to beat the Tigers on their senior night. Port Clinton got two goals within the first ten minutes of the match. Huron got their lone goal of the first half with a Solomon Dutton cross which turned into a P.C. own goal. The half ended at 2-1. In the second half the Redskins got going fast again scoring early and then late in the second half. Michael Zeck scored for Huron with 15 minutes left in game. Huron had two opportunities to put the game away, but both went wide of the net. The game ended at a score of 4-2 in favor of the Redskins. Huron goal keeper Taylor Prosser had 6 saves on the night. “I have to give Port Clinton and their coaches a great deal of credit though. They are a great team and out possessed us tonight. That is the first time all season I have really felt that way. This taught us what we need to work
RB Troy DeLamatre (7) picks up 87 yards rushing on just 8 attempts including 53 yard TD run to close out the evenings scoring.
on before the playoffs which is the shining star for us. Our mistakes are easy to correct and we will look to do that in practice" Coach Asher.
•••••• Two early goals by Norwalk (9-0-3) in the first 15 minutes of play, ensured the Truckers to remain unbeaten. Huron (9-5) came back late in the first half, John Dusza scored off a penalty kick after Michael Zeck was fouled in the box. Dusza put his shot to the right side past Norwalk goalie, Evan Bader to bring Huron within a goal. “After their two goal, they didn’t have too many shots on goal at all. Taylor Prosser made about three save” Coach Asher. As this was a very physical game, there were many yellow cards handed out the majority of them going to Norwalk. Huron had more possession in the second half, but Norwalk’s goalie Bader didn’t allow anything into the net during the run of play. John Dusza and Gio James just missed on their chances to tie the game.
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The H-Team is a group of community football supporter volunteers. Every week after practice on the night before a game, the Huron H-Team, feeds the JV and Varsity football teams an hotdog and lemonade dinner. One student who shows leadership on the field as well as in practice is awarded a steak dinner. The Huron H-Team is pleased to announce that the Steak of the Week winner for this week is Nathan Schaefer, who is a senior football player at Huron High school. Also receiving a steak this week is Dan Claar, a supporter of the Huron football program. Dan donated all the hot dogs for the entire football season. We wish to thank Dan for his generosity and continued support!
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(Above) Freshman Hannah Cantrill knocks down one of her eight kills against the Polar Bears. (Left) Junior Sydney Grendow racked up 19 assists on the night.
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8th Grade Tigers Stay Unbeaten, 5-0 The Huron 8th Grade football team stayed undefeated last Thursday with a dominating 34-24 victory over previously unbeaten Oak Harbor. The Tigers got first half touchdown runs from Cody Myers (54yd), Grant Ferrell (20yd) and Kyle Kovach (12yd) and Devyn Jones hauled in a 52 yard touchdown catch to secure a comfortable 28-8 halftime lead. Starting linebackers Nic Smercina (6 tackles), Dean Dickirson (6 tackles), and Grant Ferrell (5 tackles) led the way for the Tiger defense. Tyler Sasala, the starting center who rarely plays defense, came up big from his defensive end spot with 4 tackles. Cornerbacks Sam James and Donovan Corwin aggressively controlled the outside and delivered heavy hits on the Oak Harbor running backs. The running back combination of Grant Ferrell and Cody Myers diced the Rocket defense all afternoon. Ferrell (73yds) and Myers (74yds) combined for nearly 150 yards on the ground. Quarterback Kyle Kovach threw two touchdown passes and was 6 of 11 passing for 89 yards. “Our guys played so hard this week,” said Head Coach Chris Folger, “they were focused, disciplined, but most importantly, they played with heart. I love the way they carried themselves in a big game.” Next week the Tigers (5-0) host the Margaretta Polar Bears (0-5) at 6:00pm, under the lights at Huron Memorial Stadium.
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Riverfest Woolybear Since her crowning the Huron River Fest Queen has made her way across the state to various area festivals. Over the past weekend Queen Emily Wiseman, 1st attendant Leah Phipps, and 3rd Attendant Lynsie Schwere attended the 39th Annual Woollybear Festival in Vermilion, Ohio. The Woollybear Festival is the largest 1-day festival in Ohio. While at the Wollybear Festival, the girls represented Huron by attending a Queen’s festival breakfast, the Woollybear queen ceremony, and rode in the Woollybear Parade in a boat provided by South Shore Marine. Vermilion’s Woollybear Parade is one of the largest parades in the state of Ohio, lasting approximately 2 hours.”
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Sights and Scenes from Girls Soccer
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The HHS Cross Country team competed at Fostoria this past Saturday. The women’s team placed 10th, with another personal best by the newest member of the team, Roosa Mannonen (21:28). Junior Kayla Hamilton continues to gain speed and race strong, also racing her personal best (21:42) to take 37th place, as did Freshman Sammy Hebert (22:56,) to take 68th. Finishing out the top 7 were Freshman Madi Mize (22:38) with yet another strong performance, along with her teammates Maureen Giardina (Sr, 23:40), Chloe Greenawalt (Jr., 23:51), and Katy Evers (So., 23:54.)
The men’s team produced some great races on Saturday, led once again by Sophomore Kevin Tomczyk (16:57), who ran his best race on the Fostoria course to place 6th in the meet. Brennan Cockrell (So.) ran his fastest 5K to date (18:42), taking 64th place. Following him were Junior Jake Ramey (18:45), Freshman Sean Martin (20:31), and Sophomore Will Koenig (24:55). The Running Tigers compete in the SBC Meet this Saturday at Faben’s Park. Races start at 9am. Come out and cheer them on! Go Tigers!!
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The Huron Firefighters along with the students of Shawnee Elementa- ry School enjoyed a localized meal on Tuesday during the “Ohio – The Hea...