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Rotary Students of the Month Kyle Bogden, son of Sandy Sowecke and Jim Bogden Major Accomplishments: Run’n Shoot Football Camp Coach of the Year 2 consecutive years, Leadership Camp Coach 3 years, flag football coach 3 years, varsity football 3 years, lettered in varsity baseball 2 years, over 50 hours of community service. Kyle will be attending Tiffin University and majoring in forensic science. He will also play baseball and pitching for the Tiffin Dragons. After college he hopes to continue his baseball career or work as a crime scene investigator in a major city.

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National Honor Society in 2007 and has continued participation throughout high school Brent plans to attend Kent States Honors College where he will pursue a degree in a science related field. Alexander Rupert, son of Maria Rupert Major Accomplishments: Crosscountry letterman, 1st place Welston Art competition in age group, boy scout – life scout achievement, Cedar Point caricature artist Alex will be attending the Columbus College of Art and Design.

Cory will attend Kent State for Graphic Design and Advertising Jacque Weir, daughter of Dale & Dori Weir and the late Lucy Weir Major Accomplishments: Has played number one varsity singles for 4 years, 2nd team all SBC twice and 1st All SBC twice, homecoming court junior and senior year Jacque will be attending University of Toledo to study nursing. She will also play on Toledo’s tennis team as a walk on.

Cory Wechter, son of Chris & Kelly Wechter Major Accomplishments: Has held a job since 7th grade, maintained at least a 3.0 GPA, 2nd place in local advertisement contest, 3 year varsity soccer letter, 2008-2009 soccer team captain, 1st team SBC soccer, 1st team All District soccer, Art Club officer 3 years

Brent Mathew Steyns, son of Edward and Kimberly Steyns Major Accomplishments: Top 10% of his class, Elks student of the month for February 2009, 3 year letterman in track, accepted into the Honors College at Kent State University, inducted into

Athletic Department Physicals Offered

2009 Boppin at the Basin Saturday, June 6, 2009 a new season of Boppin’ on the Basin begins. This first family-friendly performance will begin at 6:00 pm and will be held in the Huron amphitheater. The show’s headliner is an artist whose work will delight young and old alike. Sarah Goslee Reed is a singer/songwriter who grew up in a musical household. Her father played the bassoon in the Cleveland Orchestra and her mother played the cello and string bass. There was always music, mostly live, coming from the house. The folk music of the sixties was very influential, so she taught herself to play the guitar, based upon her knowledge of the violin, while learning songs by listening to records. Today she delights audiences with her playing and singing. She also has a way of drawing the crowd into the spirit of her music. Also featuring: Singer/Guitarist Dan Murphy. This free concert is sponsored by the Huron Department of Parks and Recreation, Bottom Dog Press, and Drinian Press, LLC. Be sure to visit the sponsor’s booth to meet local authors and purchase books and CDs.

The Huron Athletic Dept., area physicians and nurses will be offering physicals for all Jr. High and High School athletes on June 11, 2009. These physicals are for those students who will be participating in fall, winter or spring sports during the 20092010 school year. Physicals will be held at Firelands Regional Medical Center, South Campus, from 5:00pm until 8:00pm. This is a one time offer. There will be a fee of $10.00 that must be paid at the door. This money will be donated back to the athletic department budget to be used for medical supplies. The schedule is as follows: 5:00pm High School Athletes 6:30pm Jr. High Athletes

Parents please be prompt but do not arrive early. Students are to report directly to the main entrance of the South Campus at their assigned time to turn in completed forms and make payment. For the sake of efficiency, please have all paperwork filled out completely and please make sure the physical form is signed by the parent or guardian. Physical forms can be picked up at the main office during the school day. Due to the fact that we are expecting approximately 300 athletes, any student who is misbehaving during this event will not receive a physical from us but they will still be required to get one at their own cost. Any nurses wishing to donate their time please call Tony Munafo at 419-433-1237. The more nurses we have the better we will be able to serve our athletes.

Bicentennial Celebration Activities in the Works Several individuals have been steadily working to make the celebration of Huron’s Bicentennial Year interesting and fun for all residents. Be sure to read all about the ARTirondack Chair Project in this issue. Don’t miss the Preview Party on June 11 at Firelands Col

Beard Contest It’s not too late to begin growing a beard for the Beard Contest. Details were listed in the Huron Hometown News, but in a nutshell, the Worst Beard, the Best Goatee, Best Handlebar, Best Full-grown, best impersonator of Ruggles or Wright are included in the judging classifications. Beard Permits and Shaving Permits are for sale at the Huron Chamber of Commerce Office. Judging is August 9, so be there or be square (with your permit, of course). Prizes will be awarded.

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Photo Contest The Bicentennial Photo Contest starts NOW! Pick up your entry application at the Huron Chamber of Commerce between June1 and July 1. Only 72 entries will be accepted. A foam board backing to be attached to the entry photo will be supplied to you in exchange for your completed application and entry fee of $5.

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Odd Ball Olympics The Bicentennial Committee is organizing a series of zany competitions pitting teams from each section of town and township against all comers. On Sunday, August 16, the contests will be held at the Huron High School Memorial Stadium and the surrounding areas. The town and township will be divided by neighborhoods into eight equally matched areas with teams competing from each of the eight areas. Each team captain will be responsible for recruiting players. The captain and players will meet to name their team, organize by filling every spot in every competition, and search out, if possible, cheerleaders representing their section. More information will be in next week’s paper. There are many more activities in the works for all residents, including a one-day Scavenger Hunt. The committee has been working hard to make this a great celebration, and they hope that at least one of the activities will appeal to every resident.

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Around Town Youth Summer Camps Offered By Huron Parks & Recreation

ODOT Weekly Construction Report for the Week of June 1 for Erie & Huron Counties

State Route 2, Erie County SR-2, from 0.6 mile east of Joppa Road to the Lorain County line, is reduced to one lane of traffic in each direction as part of a resurfacing project. One lane of traffic will be maintained at all times in each direction. The projOnce again the parks & recreation department is offering ect is expected to be completed by September 15, 2009. a variety of great youth camps and programs! Don’t wait, our first camp begins in two weeks, so call to register! Hu- State Route 60, Erie & Huron Counties - ***UPDATE*** ron Parks and Recreation would like to thank Firelands ReSR-60, between U.S. Route 20 and State Route 113, gional Medical Center for sponsoring our Camps! Please will have intermittent lane restrictions for finalization call (433-8487) or visit our website (www.huronparks.org) work as part of a smooth seal project. One lane of twofor additional details. way traffic will be maintained at all times with flaggers. Soccer Camp June 15-19 (9:00am-12:00pm) The project is expected to be completed by June 5, 2009. Baseball Camp June 22-25 (9:00am-12:00pm) Golf Camp June 29-July 1 (9:00am-11:00am) State Route 60, Huron County Cheerleading Camp July 7-9 (3:30pm-5:30pm) SR-60, 0.25 mile north of Section Line Road in New LonTennis Camp July 13-24 (9:00am or 10:15am) don Township, is closed for a bridge replacement. The deSwim Lessons July 7-Aug 14 (3 – two week sessions) tour route for northbound motorists is SR-60 to State Route 162, east on SR-162 to State Route 511, north on SR-511 to State Route 18, west on SR-18 to SR-60, and reverse for southbound motorists. The road will reopen on June 18, 2009.

Cub Scouts Participate in Raingutter Regata

On Sunday, May 17, 2009, Joe and Beth Sugalski hosted their first Annual Raingutter Regata for their den. All the boys received a kit to work on their boats and waited with such excitement as the races started. The Sugalski’s had the raingutters set up in the back building of their property for the boys to take turns racing each other. Each of the boys were given a straw to blow on the sail to get it down the raingutter to the finish line. This certainly made for an afternoon of fun and a positive lesson on good sportsmanship!

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State Route 61, Erie County SR-61, 0.2 mile north of State Route 2, is closed for railroad crossing repairs. The detour route for northbound motorists is SR-61 to SR-2, west on SR-2

to State Route 13, north on SR-13 to U.S. Route 6, east on U.S. 6 to SR-61, and reverse for southbound motorists. The road will reopen on June 5, 2009. U.S. Route 250, Erie County - ***UPDATE*** U.S. 250, at its overlap with State Route 113, is restricted to one lane of traffic in each direction as part of a bridge replacement and repair project. One lane of traffic will be maintained at all times in each direction. The project is scheduled to be completed by July 17, 2009. State Route 575, Erie County SR-575 on Kelley’s Island is restricted to one lane of twoway traffic as part of a smooth seal project. One lane of traffic will be maintained at all times with flaggers. The project is expected to be completed by June 30, 2009. ODOT reminds motorists to SLOW for the Cone Zone. There are a lot of variables in work zones - the cones, signs, equipment and workers. With reduced speed limits and traffic lane shifts, it’s important to drive responsibly and be aware of your surroundings in a work zone at all times of the day - for everyone’s safety. For additional information on lane and road closures caused by construction, accidents, or other related traffic events, visit www.buckeyetraffic.org.

Huron’s First Public Art Project ARTirondack, Huron’s first public art project, was born in celebration of our community—its 200th birthday, as well as its rich heritage of land, lake, river and life. Our ARTirondacks provide a blank canvas for amazing local artists to showcase their talents in transforming a chair into a unique painting. This chair, a symbol of comfort and relaxation, is popular along our shores and in our yards. ARTirondack has inspired a variety of interpretations from historical to current, specific to universal. Each tells a story. Why a Public Arts Project? According to Newport News Public Art’s Council, “Public art’s impact on a community has been shown to be surprising and wonderful. Public art can enhance our public spaces, arouse our thinking, and transform the places where we live, work, and play into more welcoming and beautiful environments. Public art can make strangers talk, children ask questions, and calm a hurried life. It enhances the quality of life by encouraging a heightened sense of place and by introducing people to works of art that can touch them and generations to come.” These projects have enhanced communities across the country. Now Huron can join the ranks!!

This bicentennial year local businesses, organizations, and individuals stepped up to the plate with twenty five sponsorships for this project. Twenty one local artists were selected for the project based upon the creativity, aesthetics and originality of their designs. The completed ARTirondacks will be on display throughout the community from June 11th through mid August when the project is culminated with a public auction. Each sponsor will select the beneficiary of the proceeds of their chair. Detailed maps showing the location of each chair, its name, its artist and sponsor are available. One chair, sponsored by the Bicentennial Committee, will represent ARTirondack throughout the community all summer, with raffle tickets available to the public. When it is not “on the road” it will be on exhibit at the Huron Chamber of Commerce office. The winning ticket will be drawn at the August auction. Being involved in this project has been work, fun, but moreover a great pleasure for the entire committee. A special thanks goes to Joyce Leimbach and “A Light in the Harbor” Committee who produced the exciting 2008 Lighthouse Public Art Project in Sandusky. Their help was invaluable!! On behalf of everyone—the ARTirondack Project, its artists, sponsors, volunteers and the Bicentennial Committee, we thank all who have made Huron’s ARTirondack Public Art Project a “seat” of success.

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Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday Habitat For Humanity ReStore is open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday. There are all kinds of ways to volunteer at Habitat for Humanity besides building homes for families. Find out at the ReStore or call Brenda Burke at 419-602-1205. The ReStore is located on 11001 U.S. Route 250, Milan. Every Tuesday Community Café at Portland House Assisted Living, 3708 Venice Rd., Sandusky. BYOM, Bring Your Own Mug, every Tuesday 9:30am Monday thru Thursday Indoor/Outdoor Boot Camps 5:00-6:00pm. Try a Free Boot Camp workout day. Call Michael-Anne Cherry at 567-283-0120 to register. Try a Free Boot Camp workout day. Thursday June 4 Family Nature Club- The Barnyard Visit, 4-5:30pm Steinen Bicentennial Barn Green Dragons at Pelton Park, 6:30-7:30pm Friday June 5 Erie MetroParks Public Safety Fair, 5-7pm,

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Gardening Time for a Road Trip!

MARY STRAYER, MASTER GARDENER

Recently, I discovered a road trip that would be fun for everyone who loves gardening. Drive to the Louisville KY area, to Yew Dell Gardens. The gardens are a delight and well kept. The gardens came about when Theodore Klein lived on the property, and developed it for more than 60 years. Up until his death, at 93, Mr. Klein was taking care of the gardens and the greenhouse by himself. After his death, the community decided to take on the project, and it is now run by volunteer gardeners. Yew Dell Gardens now is a botanical garden dedicated to garden education, and they specialize in research into new plants for this region. The gardens hold a tremendous col-

lection of plants which have been bred and selected for this area. This is a garden for people who love to see plants, all different kinds of plants growing wonderfully together. I saw the largest roses and peonies I have seen in my life there, and the garden was also filled with sculptures and various artwork donated to the gardens. If you are looking for the unusual, Yew Dell Gardens is the place to go. There are rock gardens, formal gardens, alpine gardens, and even an English-Style walled garden with a coy pond of course. The gardens offer workshops for nearby residents to attend, and there is always a plant sale going on. Mr. Klein built a limestone castle to mimic the castles in Europe. Towers and wrought iron scones transform the visitors back to another era. Stroll the paths, and contemplate the wondrous beauty, and this marvelous treasure.

Red, White and Bloomin’ Garden Tour set for June 27.

Huron Historical Society Garden Tour The Red, White and Bloomin’ Garden Tour, sponsored by the Huron Historical Society, will be held on Saturday, June 27, from 9 until 1. This year is especially significant, because the tour will be in keeping with the Huron Bicentennial Celebration. Garden colors will be predominantly red, white and blue, and the tour will include stops in Chaska Beach and Sail

Away Drive, representing one of the oldest and one of the newest neighborhoods in the community. Ticket holders will enjoy visiting at least 15 gardens in five locations around town, and along the way, they can sample unique beverages, snacks and desserts. ARTirondack Chairs will be on display at several garden locations during the tour.

Tickets can be purchased for $15 at the following locations: Curves, Huron Ace Hardware, Huron Chamber of Commerce, and Barnes Nursery and Garden Center. All proceeds will help to fund the work of the Huron Historical Society.

Flower Show Notice The Huron Garden Club is having a flower show which will be open to the public to participate on June 27, 2009. Information about this show and how

to enter may be obtained by stopping at the Huron Library, and picking up the information sheet. Please consider submitting an entry from your gar-

den, and use it as a way of celebrating our BICENTENNIAL. For additional information please contact Barb Toft at 419-433-2441.

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The trip takes 6 hours to get to the gardens, so you can make it in a day. Information on this garden can be found on the Internet by typing in Yew Dell Gardens. The cost to tour the garden is $7 for adults and $5 for seniors. Yew Dell Gardens is a trip well worth considering. Got gardening questions? Email Mary at rmstrayer@ msn.com, and you will get an answer as soon as possible.

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Creativity blossoms in the summer at the Firelands Sym- Schmenks will be offered once a week this summer, beginphony Orchestra School of the Arts, where experienced ning June 30 or July 1 for five-week sessions. Kindermusik teachers encourage students to have fun while spreading is the world’s leading music and movement class for children ages newborn to seven. Children are introtheir creative wings. Rt. 250 South - Go east on East Main With many school districts cutting music and art pro- duced to an exciting musical world filled with singing, in1st street on the right is Mill St. grams to meet budget pressures, the FSO School of the strumentation, rhythm and creative movement. Parental (on the corner is Bauer Heating) Arts offers an opportunity for children to explore and participation is required. Village Class is offered Tuesdays from 6-6:45 p.m. for ages excel in these vital, enriching areas. Private lessons and 21 Mill St. Norwalk small-group instruction in music and the visual arts are newborn to 18 months. Our Time is offered Wednesdays from 6-7 p.m. for ages 18 months to 3 years and Family conducted at 334 E. Washington St. in Sandusky . 419-663-FOOD (3663) Rosalyn Shepherd, an art teacher in the Sandusky City Time is Wednesdays from Schools, will lead Art-Tastic! Summer Arts Camp , explor- 10:30-11:15 a.m. for ages ing the creative possibilities of drawing, painting and poly- newborn and up. Contact mer clay. Art-Tastic! will meet Mondays through Thurs- Ronda Schmenk at 419-609days, June 22-25 and June 29-July 2 from 10:30 a.m.-noon 9712 for more information for students going into grades 1-3 and from 1-2:30 p.m. and to register for classes. for grades 4-6. A second session will be offered July 13-16 Contact the Firelands and July 20-23 from 10:30 a.m.-noon for teens going into Symphony School of the Restaurant and Historic Winery grades 7-9 and from 1-2:30 p.m. for grades 4-6. Tuition is Arts at 419-621-4800 for $80 for eight sessions plus a $10 materials fee. more information on any of FATHER'S DAY BRUNCH Creative Kids Art Workshop is back with professional these offerings. artist Judy Aldrich. These fun, themed workshops introMAKE YOUR RESERVATION TODAY! duce a wide variety of creative materials in a small group June 21st, 2009 ~ 10:30am - 3:00pm setting. Each student makes $23.99 Per Person multiple, high quality projects in each workshop. The Carving Station “Back to School…Not Yet” Prime Rib workshop is offered from 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m. or 2:30Slow baked and served with au jus 6 p.m. Aug. 8 for kids ages Side Station Breakfast Station 5-12. Additional workshops BBQ Chicken Bacon & Sausage will be offered on Nov. 21, Dec. 18 and April 24. TuBBQ Ribs Biscuts & Gravy ERB AIR UNE TH TH ition is $35 plus a $10 maPork & Beans Eggs Benedict RELAND terials fee. Corn on the Cob Cheese Blintz For the musically inclined, T UES.-SAT. 10-5PM • 3312 BOGART RD., HURON Mashed Potatoes & Gravy Home Fries Alice Weiss will lead a Strings www.mulberrycreek.com • 419-433-6126 Summer Camp for students Sliders for Dads ages 10-14. Mrs. Weiss has Omelet Station been an orchestra teacher at Sawmill Creek Resort Kid's Corner With fresh ingredients in the Sandusky City Schools Huron, Ohio Mac & Cheese to choose from! for 30 years. Her class will Casual Dinner Menu focus on creating good muFrench Toast sical tone, playing efficiently 5:30 - 9:30pm Waffle Station Tater Tots with good posture, control All Entertainment Fresh Waffl es made to order Chicken Tenders and bow technique and cre8:30 PM 12:30 AM with your favorite topping! ating a group rhythm. Students must have at least one 4th OF JULY WEEKEND year of experience on their instrument. Strings Summer Saturday July 4 Thursday July 2 Camp is offered Mondays TBA 5:30pm-8:30pm Ray Bans through Thursdays July 6-9 Eddie & the Edsels 5:00pm-8:00pm and 13-16 from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Tuition is $80 for eight 9:00pm-1:00am sessions. Friday July 3 Private lessons are availSunday July 5 Soul'd Out able throughout the summer Wally & the Beavs 5:30pm-8:30pm and school year for piano, violin, flute, voice and music 2:00pm-6:00pm Lounge Lizards theory. Students may start 9:00pm-1:00am at any time but must commit to a full summer session 3845 East Wine Cellar Road or a semester. Lessons can Port Clinton, Ohio 43452 be arranged for 30, 45 or 60 419.797.4445 400 Sawmill • Huron, Ohio 44839 minutes. info@monamiwinery.com Kindermusik with the 419-433-3800 • www.sawmillcreek.com

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Parks & Rec Youth Summer Sports Camps Our first camp begins in two weeks, so call our office and get registered before we fill up! Once again Huron Parks and Recreation would like to thank Firelands Regional Medical Center for sponsoring our Summer Sports Camps! Baseball, Golf, Soccer Cheerleading and Tennis Camps will be offered. Registrations are being accepted at this time. Complete program details and registration forms are available on our website. Baseball Camp- June 22 to June 25 Soccer Camp- June 15 to June 19 Golf Camp- June 29 to July 1 Cheerleading Camp- July 7 to July 9 Tennis Camp- July 13 to July 24 Splashtacular Baseball Tournament This great baseball tournament is coming back this June to Fabens Park. Please call our office or visit our website for all of the tournament details. There are only a few openings left, so call now to reserve a spot for your team. Divisions – 8U (coach Pitch), 10U, 12U & 14U. Cost - $275.00 per team (3 game guarantee!!) Dates – June 20th & 21st. City Wide Garage Sale- This Saturday, June 6 Come and shop at the largest garage sale in Huron! Come Huron Boat Basin, 330 N. Main Street, 9am-2pm. Rain or shine! Something for everyone! There are a few spaces available for those individuals looking to sell items at the sale. Pre-Registration required, forms available on the website or stop by the office. Summer Adult Basketball This is the second season for our outdoor adult basketball league. Games are played on the outdoor courts at McCormick M.S. Call our office for additional information. Pre-registration required. Forms available on the website or at the office. This program brought to you by HPRD & THE GYM! June 4 – Aug 9th Sundays & Thursday Time – 7:00pm - Dark 2 weekend tournaments (Riverfest weekend & August 9th) Cost $125 per team. Registration deadline – June 1st Hershey Track & Field- Saturday, June 13th. 9am-12:00. Huron High School Track!

Ages 9-14 years; age as of December 31, 2009 Proof of age (copy of birth certificate) must be provided when registering. Registration forms are available at our office, on the website and at registration on June 13. Registration will be held from 8am-8:45am at the Huron High School Track on Saturday June 13th. Safety Town 2009... Did you register? This is one of the most important educational programs for young children who will be entering Kindergarten in the fall. This 7-day program is a planned curriculum program incorporating classroom activities to familiarize children with the school setting. This year Safety Town will take place from June 1725 at Shawnee Elementary School (please note this location change) 712 Cleveland Road East; Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, from 9am-11:30. Thursday, June 25th is Graduation Day‌.students and parents attend for a Graduation Ceremony/Party! The registration fee is $35 for Residents and $40 for Non-Residents, the deadline for registration has passed, please contact our office regarding availability. Summer Aerobics Instructor – Monica Studans We are offering two new summer sessions for our aerobic fans. Our summer classes will be held at “The Gymâ€? in the aerobic/fitness room. Sign up soon‌ space is limited!! $40 residents/$45.00 non-residents. Sign up for both and save $5.00. Session I (June 2 – July 2) Session II (July 13 – Aug 13) Tuesday & Thursday - 7:15pm – 8:15pm

Mailing address: P.O. Box 468, Huron OH Office location: 110 Wall Street Phone: 419-433-8487 Fax: 419-433-0470 Email: hprd@cityofhuron.org Website:www.huronparks.org

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INSPIRATION 5K FUN RUN~ June 28~Fabens Park Join us this year as we honor â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ron Inesonâ&#x20AC;? and his many wonderful contributions to the City of Huron. Noncompetitive, family oriented event at Fabens Park. A 5K and short run within the park. All ages and abilities welcome. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Check-in/Registration 11:30am12:15pm; Run begins at 12:30. Registration fee $10; with 50% going to The Lions Club in the memory of Ron Ineson. Complete details of this event and registration forms are on the website.

Library Huron Public Library Summer Hours Monday - Thursday 10:00 AM - 8:30 PM Friday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Saturday 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Sunday Closed Open Chess On Saturdays from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. through the summer, the Huron Public Library will hold open chess. Bring a friend and play. Chess boards are available at the library. The Book Exchange The Huron Public Libraryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s book club, The Book Exchange, will meet Tuesday, June 9 at 7 p.m. and discuss The Glass Castle by Jeanette Walls. Jeanetteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s parents were brilliant nonconformists who led their family on a nomadic life. When the money ran out, they settled in a West Virginia mining town. Her parents each dealt with life in their own way, her father by drinking and her mother by withdrawal and neglect, leaving their four children to fend for and support themselves until they could find the means and the will to escape. Call the library at 419-433-5009 if you would like to join this group. Summer Reading Program 2009 Summer Reading Program 2009, Be Creative @ Your Library is just around the corner and sign up for all ages starts on Wednesday, June 10 at 10 a.m., stop in or call 419-433-5009. Tweens, grades three through six, new this year, there is a division just for you. Back by Popular Demand: The Babsons! If you missed Huron authors Don and

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Lois Babson in January, join us Thursday, June 11 at 6:30 p.m. at Huron Public Library as they take you along on their trip of a lifetime, traveling the world on their forty-foot sailboat, Que Sera Sera. They turned their experiences into the book, Sail Away, An Adventurous Journey around the World Toward Healing. They will share the reasons they took this journey and the adventures it brought them along the way. Their story appeals to the traveler, the adventurer, the sailor, and the faithful, for their trip was in many ways a search for healing after the loss of a loved one. Hear Don and Lois as they describe their experiences in many cities and locales where they met amazing individuals, learned about foreign customs and culture, and risked the dangers of life on the open seas as members of the Millennium Odyssey Around the World Rally. Leaving London in 1998, the Babsons returned to Huron in 2002. Join them on June 11 to hear their experiences and insights, ask questions and learn how they took on the project of becoming authors. Call Huron Library at 433-5009 to reserve a space; walk-ins will be welcome. We recommend you arrive early. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Huron Public Library.

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Milestones OBITUARY

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HILDA (VIERA) GINESI Hilda was born in Lisbon, Potugal on July 5, 1922 and died May 6, 2009 in Ocean City, N.J. after a brief illness. She is a former Huron resident, and also lived in West Long Branch, Ocean and Forked River, New Jersey. She is survived by her 3 sons, Gary (Linda), Medina, OH, Glen (Carol) of Huron and Mark of Alexandria, VA, one daughter Patty (Gary) Colando, Forked River, NJ, two grandsons, five granddaughters, two great granddaughters and two brothers. She was preceded in death by her husband Nathan “Buddy” Ginesi in 1980 and her parents Mary & Evaristo Vieira. Hilda was laid to rest with her beloved husband in Colonia, NJ, but a piece of her heart will always remain here in Huron.

McCARTHY-NORTON It is with great joy that Dr. Richard and Suzanne McCarthy of Little Rock, Arkansas announce the engagement of their daughter, Meghan, to Lt. David Norton, USN of Norfolk, Virginia. David is the son of Chuck and Christine Norton of Huron. The bride is a 2003 graduate of Mount St. Mary’s Academy in Little Rock. She has received her Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy from St. Louis University. The groom graduated from Huron High School in 1999 and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Government from the University of Notre Dame. He was commissioned an officer in the United States Navy in 2003. This past April, he returned from deployment in the Middle East where he was a naval flight officer aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt. They will be married at St. Peter’s Church in Huron on July 11. The couple will live in Germany where Lt. Norton will be serving with NATO.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS May 26, 2009 Chad & Jen Goodrich, Gypsum, son May 27, 2009 Timothy & Andrea Miller, Fremont, son May 28, 2009 David & Emily Hermes, Sandusky, son Jarrod Williams & Sophia Swain, Sandusky, son Brent & Alison Crawford, Huron, daughter

May 29, 2009 Michael Baker & Krista Speller-Baker, Huron, son May 31, 2009 Tony & Tina Cummings, Sandusky, twin sons June 1, 2009 Edward & Shanna Ackerman, Sandusky, daughter

Recently engaged? Graduating from college? Tying the knot? Send us your announcement. Turn to page 10 for the form to fill out and return to the Huron Hometown News office.

Church Chat Julie Ziegler Prepares for Africa Trip Julie Ziegler, a member of Huron United Methodist Church, and a recent graduate of Wittenberg University, is embarking on a month-long service/learning trip to Lesotho, South Africa. While there she will work with AIDS

orphans and other poor and vulnerable children. A few weeks ago she announced her plans to the congregation, asking for their support. It sounded like a good idea to everyone, and before long plans developed for raising the necessary funds to help Julie make the trip. The Senior High Sunday-School Class and the HUMC Men’s Group sponsored a cookout on the church lawn, and the Middle School Sunday School class organized a bake sale. Members of the congregation also donated items to fill Julie’s “duffle bag”, so that she would have a supply of small toys and personal hygiene items for the children in the day care centers and orphanages. Last Sunday the congregation presented Julie with a FULL duffle bag and a check to help her with expenses. Julie will be traveling with other students and teachers from Wittenberg. Members of the Springfield Rotary Club will also be traveling with the group to South Africa, working with local Rotarians to make clean water more accessible to the Lesotho community. The Huron Rotary Club joined the Springfield Rotarians and contributed $2500 to the water project, an outreach of Rotary International.

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Directory of Church Services Christ Episcopal Church 120 Ohio St., Huron 419-433-4701 Sunday—9 a.m. and Adult Sunday School 10:30 a.m. www.christchurchhuron.com First Presbyterian Church 225 Williams St., Huron 419-433-5018 Sunday Worship with Communion—8:30 a.m. Sunday school 6th grade-adults—9:30 a.m. Sunday school K-5th grade –10:45 a.m. Sunday Traditional service—10:45 a.m. Grace Orthodox Presbyterian Church Kalahari Resort, Nia Convention Center Rt. 250, Huron 419-271-3934 graceopchurch@gmail.com www.graceop.org Worship—Sunday 10:30 a.m. Bible Study—Thursday, 6:30 p.m. at Sheri’s Coffee House in Norwalk Holy Trinity Anglican Church 1608 St. Rt. 113, Milan 419-499-3683 Rev. Dr. John C. Jordan Worship and Holy Communion—Sunday, 10:30 a.m. Huron United Methodist Church 338 Williams St., Huron 419-433-3984 www.huronumc.org On Sundays: 8:00 a.m.—Praise Service in Sanctuary 9:00 a.m.—Sunday school 10:00 a.m.—Celebration service in Sanctuary 8:00-11:00 Nursery and toddler care 6:30 p.m. – 7th & 8th grade Youth Group & Confirmation Class Senior High Ministry Lifepoint 539 Cleveland Rd. W., Huron 419-433-4156 Sunday—10 a.m., and nursery available. Sunday school—10 a.m. for K-6th grade. “Grounded” youth group for grades 6-12—Sundays, 6:30-8:00 p.m. 3-5 grade Boys Youth Group—Sundays, 6-7:30 p.m. 3-5 grade Girls Youth Group—Sundays, 6-7:30 p.m. “The Biggest Loser” campaign drive focuses on weight loss, new visitors and faithfulness in attendance. Call Pastor Brenton for more information. 9:00am-12:00pm Saturday morning June 6th . Designed for single parent families and families that are having difficulties. Mostly clothes but also some other small household items. All items for the GGG are free. Doors do not open until 9:00am sharp. Doors will close when everything is gone. We will also be have a bake sale at the same time to raise money for the youth to attend summer camp. Lighthouse Assembly of God Church 820 Cleveland Rd. E., Huron 419-433-8889 www.lighthouseagc.org Sunday service—10:30 a.m. Sunday school—9:30 a.m. Adult Bible Study--6 p.m. Sunday.

Youth Group—6 p.m. Sunday. Food Pantry—9 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesdays; 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursdays. Salvation Army Service Unit—10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Thursdays, by appointment only. St. Matthew Evangelical Lutheran Church 15617 Mason Rd., Vermilion Rev. Dr. Karl Fry, Pastor 440-967-9886 www.lutheransonline.com/stmattvermlcms Sunday School/ Bible Study 9:30 Ladies Bible Fellowship 9:15 Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. St. Peter’s Catholic Church 430 Main St., Huron 419-433-5725 Saturday—5 p.m. Sunday—8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. The Chapel 4444 Galloway Rd., Sandusky 419-627-0208 www.chapel-sandusky.org Saturday service--5:00 p.m. Sunday service—9:00 and 11:00 a.m. Jr. High Youth Group—Sundays 5-6:30 p.m. Sr. High Youth Group—Sundays 7-9:00 p.m. Latitude group ages 18-29—Thursdays, 7:00 p.m. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 4511 Galloway Rd., Huron 419-626-9860 Bishop: Bill Reel Sacrament service—9:30 a.m. Sundays Family History Center Wed. 10 am-2pm, Thur. 9am-9pm 1st & 3rd Sat. 9am-5pm Zion Lutheran Church 930 Main St., Huron 419-433-4711 www.zionhuron.org Summer is coming to Zion, the Church on the Hill. The worship schedule is changing for the summer at Zion Lutheran Church, 930 S. Main St., Huron. From May 31st thru September 6th worship will be at 9:30 a.m. This service is a family – friendly blended service of contemporary and traditional worship. Casual dress is encouraged. Children begin worship with their parents and then are invited to join in the Summer Sunday Fundays of lively music, engaging lessons, fun games and clever crafts designed just for them. Summer Sunday Worship Service at Huron Lagoons Marina. Beginning May 24th (Memorial Day weekend) through September 6th (Labor Day weekend) you are invited to join 8:00 a.m. services led by Pastor Ray Serocka. Worship services are held at the Huron Lagoons Marina Pool Complex at the entrance to the marina at 100 Laguna Dr. which can be reached by following Rt. 13 to Riverside Dr. (just before Thunderbird Golf Course) and following the signs to the marina. Shorts and sandals are the expected attired for this relaxed, friendly service sponsored by Zion Lutheran Church. Keep us up to date on your church services and happenings. We may not know about your events unless you tell us! Send your church service updates, news, events and happenings to Cherry@huronhometownnews.com

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Schools St. Peter Students Compete at State Power of Pen The College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio, was the site of the twenty-third Annual Power of the Pen State Competition for Young Writers. The event, sponsored by the General Motors Corporation and contributions from the public sector was held on May 22, 2009. This tournament is the culmination of twenty-six District and twelve Regional competitions held throughout the State of Ohio. Approximately 650 writers from 275 schools in Ohio were participants in the all day writing tournament. Representing St. Peter Catholic School at the State Tournament were seventh graders, Elaina Hemker and Hannah Digman who, having competed successfully at district and regionals, earned the invitation to the state competition. At the state competition, the top fiftyfour contestants from each grade level – approximately 15% of the total number of participants – are qualified after Round 3 to continue on to Round 4. Miss Hemker was one of the fifty-four to qualify. One of Miss Digman‘s writings will be published in the 2009 Book of Winners. She qualified when she received a Best of the Best Award for her writing at the regional competition held earlier in the spring. St. Peter School seventh and eighth grade teacher, Mrs. Dorna Virgo, has sponsored Power of the Pen teams for the past five years, and has had state qualifiers in three of those five years.

Eighth Grade Students Tour Boston Early on the morning of May 21st, the eighth grade class at St. Peter School, and their chaperones, traveled to the Cleveland Airport where they began their class trip to historical Boston, Massachusetts. Students spent four days touring Boston. They were able to see the sights of the many revolutionary activities that occurred during the early years of our country’s existence and move about in the very areas where the Sons of Liberty made their plans and carried out their missions. Along with the history of the area, students were exposed to the local flavor of the city while eating in the restaurants, visiting Fenway Park, observing several whales on the Whale Watch Boat Trip and enjoying the antics of the performers at the Blue Man Group theater. Students raised the money to take part in the annual trip by sponsoring a number of fundraisers throughout the year.

Eighth Grade Graduation

This photo was taken at Paul Revere’s gravesite while the 8th grade boys The graduation Mass for its four eighth grade boys will take place at St. Peter Church on were on the “Freedom Trail” tour in Boston, Mass. during their recent Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m. Zachary Claus, Matthew Costello, Jacob Ernst and Austin class trip. Francis will receive awards and diplomas for completion of the educational program at St. Peter School. The seventh grade class will host a reception in the Gathering Space after graduation. Three of the boys will enter Huron High School next fall while Matthew Costello will continue his education at St. Mary High School in Sandusky. The Ohio Catholic Schools Accrediting Association has notified the staff at St. Peter School that St. Peter School has been granted full accreditation by the OCSAA Commission. The school has been engaged in a two year process of strategic planning aimed at continuous improvement over the next four years. The vision is a high-performing school in which students are grounded in their faith life and achieve at high levels. OCSAA accreditation also requires schools to show evidence that they are implementing OCSAA Standards. The State Board of Education has approved these Standards as comparable to the Operating Standards for Ohio’s Schools.

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Half Marathon Scholarships Awarded by Chamber

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BY SHEILA EHRHARDT More than 250 runners from across Ohio and as far away as Massachusetts, competed in the 11th annual Lighthouse Half Marathon, 5K Run and Kalahari Kid’s Fun Run on Saturday, May 2. This year’s scholarship recipients were Macy McFarland and Matt Steyns, graduating members of the HHS track team. Top winners overall in the Half Marathon were Kurt Michaelis of Milan, with 1:22:16, and Paulette Hanselman, of Oak Harbor, with 1:34:52. Tops in the 5K were Matt Waaland of Findlay with 16:25 and Danielle Wuensch, New London with 19:20. Besting the Huron runners in the Half Marathon were Alex Gray with 1:37:20 and Janice Grasl with 1:50:16. Capturing the hearts of all the runners and spectators, as well, was 7-year-old Nathan Tokarsky of Norwalk, who flew around the 13.1-mile course like greased lightning, with a time of 2:16:22. Last year he asked his mom, Joy, if he could join her in her daily runs. “That’s fine, but you’ll have to keep up with me,” she warned. In just a couple of weeks, Nathan had left her in the dust. The lad wants to be a mime when he grows up, and often when feeling like they were about to “hit the wall,” Nathan would look over at her and do a hand-over- hand sign, as if they were climbing up a hill on a tether line. ”Sounds crazy, but it’s always worked for us,” she explained. As they trained just before the race, Nathan came in one evening perspiring and winded. “You know what we’re going to need to win this race, Mom – our rope and the belief that we can.” What a wise little man. While giving him his gold medal during post-race ceremonies I told I had booked my ticket already for the 2016 Olympic games so I could see him earn a gold medal there, as well. The Kalahari Kid’s Fun Run brought out Kenya, Kalahari’s trunked-mascot, and nearly 50 youngsters who gave it their all in the 1-K race. Thanks to the generous sponsorships and donations by member businesses, this was once again a very successful event.

Special Scholarships to Aid Future Math and Science Teachers

Bruce Miller, Agent 533 Cleveland Road West Huron, OH 44839 Bus. 419-433-2711 www.brucemilleragency.com

An ambitious plan by Bowling Green State University to recruit and educate science and math teachers has been chosen for state funding. The $3 million Science and Math Education in Action grant will encourage and enable promising students to “Choose Ohio First” when selecting a college and, later, to find in-state teaching jobs. Students in the program will receive from $2,000 to $4,250 per year in Choose Ohio First scholarships, along with intensive academic assistance, career counseling and the opportunity to conduct research and gain related work experience as undergraduates. Combined with other scholarships from BGSU, the future teachers could receive up to $9,250 as seniors. “We want to give them the support, the community and the encouragement to meet high standards and be successful,” said Dr. Bob Midden, leader of the grant-writing team. “In essence, the primary goal of Science and Math Education in Action is to assist in the development and preparation of STEM teachers who have the experiences, tools and skills necessary to have a positive impact on the learning of Pre--K-12 students in Ohio schools,” said Dr. Julia Matuga, associate dean of the College of Education and Human Development. To be eligible for the scholarships, students must have a 3.25 high school grade point average and a 22 composite ACT score. Students accepted into the program do not have to initially declare teacher education as a major, but they must participate

in their first and second years in experiences with Pre–K-12 students, exposing them to teaching as a profession. This is a strategy to recruit those STEM students who may not have considered becoming teachers by providing them with teaching experiences early in their college education, said Dr. Rosalind Hammond, interim education dean. The new program begins with a five-week summer bridge experience on the Bowling Green campus from July 5 th to August 8 th. The program, required of all scholarship recipients, will introduce students to the rigors of college study and give them a chance to get to know one another and their faculty mentors. Students will receive three hours of BGSU credit upon completion of the bridge program. The grant team anticipates enrolling about 50 students on main campus and 10 at BGSU Firelands. The scholarships will enable BGSU Firelands students to complete their first two years of coursework on the Firelands campus before transferring to main campus for the remaining two years. The scholarships are renewable for four years as long as students maintain the required grade point average and take the approved schedule of courses. An application for BGSU Firelands students can be found at http://www.firelands. bgsu.edu/offices/sfa/page66171.html. For more information about the program, please contact Dr. Andrew Kurtz at 419433-5560. E-mail: kurtz@bgsu.edu.


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Congratulations Graduates! Brent Steyns

Congratulations on your graduation and academic success. Your achievement is awesome, Brent. You’ve worked hard and we want you to know how very proud we are of you. May you find happiness and success everyday of your life. You can do great things. We are very happy for you. Good luck at the Honors College at Kent State University! Love, Mom & Dad, Grandma Clawson, Oma and Opa Steyns

Lydia Basting

Josh Didion

Laura Foust

Congratulations Josh Didion 2009 Graduate Case Western Reserve University School of Law We are very proud of you, The Family

You are the light of my heart, sweet, smart and funny. God bless you as you begin the next chapter of your life. Love, Mom

Trevor Foust

Tripod

Congratulations to Anthony Quinn, Ben Delamatre & Tony Munafo “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I; I took the one less traveled by…”__Robert Frost Always! We love you Lydia Mom, Dad, Kalee & Zachary

Good Luck Class of 2009!!

I am so proud of the terrific young man you have become and excited for your future. God bless you! Love, Mom

Congratulations 2009 Huron Graduates!

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Good luck luck Class of 2009!!

Congratulations Seniors!

from

BECKY WOOSTER, CRS

Good Luck Seniors!

Your Huron Real Estate Connection

Quality Realty

beckywooster@bex.net www.beckywooster.com

Each Office is Independently Owned and Operated

Linda Armstrong

419-621-7225 419-433-5154, ext. 225

Gift Certificates Available 511 W. Cleveland Rd. • Huron, Ohio 44839 • 419-433-2090

Good Luck Seniors Now Serving Lunch 500 Main St. - Huron, Ohio - 419-433-5494

Foster Funeral Home & Crematory Wayne & Sandy Foster Owners/Directors 410 Main Street, Huron, Ohio 44839 (419) 433-5225 • Fax (419) 433-3394 www.fosterfh.com

G O O D L U C K S E N I O R S

Congratulations Class of 2009 Put your best foot forward

Most Insurance Plans Accepted

Martin Lesnak, DPM Huron Podiatry 2012 Cleveland Rd. W, Suite F, Huron, OH 44839 419-433-4800

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SENIORS

525 Cleveland Road • Huron, Ohio 44839 Phone 419-433-2499

Each office independently owned and operated

Artino Ford

55 Cleveland Rd. East Huron, Ohio

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Good Luck Seniors! From Everyone at Artino Ford!

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REALTOR® /The A Team

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Congratulations Class of 2009!

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HURON HOMETOWN NEWS | Thursday, June 4, 2009

Sports Huron Girls Basketball Skills Camp Huron Boys Qualify for State Track Meet Huron Girls Basketball program is having a skills camp this summer, June 15-18. It is for girls entering grades 3-8 for the 2009 school year. Grades 3-5 will be from 9 a.m.- 11 a.m. and grades 6-8 will be 11a.m. - 1 p.m. Cost of the camp is $40 and every camper will recieve a shirt and basketball. Registration should be done as soon as possible for the orOn Sat. May 30 the Huron boys track team participat- dering of t-shirts and basketballs. Extra registration forms

ed in the Regional track meet at Lexington High School. Huron qualified 5 boys in three events for the State track meet which begins tomorrow at the Jesse Owen track facility in Columbus, Ohio. The team of Craig Thorne, Nick Rivera, Ben Delamatre, and Matt Lehrer qualified with a third place finish in the 4 x 200m relay. The team of Craig Thorne, Ben Delamatre, Jake Hillman, and Matt Lehrer also qualified in the 4 x 400m relay finishing second overall. And Craig Thorne qualified in the 400m dash finishing second. Good luck Gods speed.

can be picked up at any of the schools including Shawnee, Woodlands, or McCormick in the offices. Checks should be made out to Huron Girls Biddy Basketball. If you have any questions please contact Coach Ray at ty_ray@huronhs.com or call the school 419-433-1234, ext. 1205.

Athletic Dept. Physicals Offered The Huron Athletic Dept., area physicians and nurses will be offering physicals for all Jr. High and High School athletes on June 11, 2009. These physicals are for those students who will be participating in fall, winter or spring sports during the 2009-2010 school year. Physicals will be held at Firelands Regional Medical Center, South Campus, from 5:00pm until 8:00pm. This is a one time offer. There will be a fee of $10.00 that must be paid at the door. This money will be donated back to the athletic department budget to be used for medical supplies. The schedule is as follows: 5:00pm High School Athletes, 6:30pm Jr. High Athletes. Parents please be prompt but do not arrive early. Students are to report directly to the main entrance of the

South Campus at their assigned time to turn in completed forms and make payment. For the sake of efficiency, please have all paperwork filled out completely and please make sure the physical form is signed by the parent or guardian. Physical forms can be picked up at the main office during the school day. Due to the fact that we are expecting approximately 300 athletes, any student who is misbehaving during this event will not receive a physical from us but they will still be required to get one at their own cost. Any nurses wishing to donate their time please call Tony Munafo at 419-433-1237. The more nurses we have the better we will be able to serve our athletes.

Are you Ready to Run the Town? Mark your calendar for Saturday, July 11, round up your co-workers and get ready to run Huron. The NOMS/ Huron Tiger 5K and Company Cup will run the streets of Huron and everyone is invited to participate. Starting just outside the entrance to the Riverfest at the corner of Cleveland Rd. and Williams St., the annual 5K race winds through the streets in the Old Plat section of Huron. This year’s race looks to be better than ever. Race organizers are issuing a challenge to area businesses to step up and run the town. In addition to awards given to the top 3 male & female finishers in 13 age divisions, runners from different companies/businesses will compete against each other for the Company Cup title. Is your business ready to Run this Town? Get your co-workers together to Run Huron. Proceeds raised from this year’s race will help assist the family of Mike Danilo. Mike is a Huron resident and longtime supporter of Huron athletics. Mike is battling Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis - ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease). ALS is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord which leads to loss of muscle control. Join us as we rally together to Run The 4x200 team consists of Matt Lehrer, Ben Delamatre, Nick Rivera & Craig Thorne.

Huron and help Mike. Pre-registration (before July 2) is only $12 per individual runner and includes a “Cool-Max” running shirt for the 1st 120 participants registered. Registration after July 2 will be $15. No additional fees are required for registering your “team” (2 men & 2 women) of runners, but you must designate a team captain and pre-registration is required for all teams. At the completion of the 5K run, a 1K Fun Run will also be held for the future runners of Huron. The 1K fun run cost $8 and each participant will receive a T-shirt. Individual awards will be given for the overall Male & Female winner along with the top 3 male/female finishers in these age groups: 11 & Under, 12-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65 & over. Medals will be given to each team member winning the Company Cup along with a plaque for display. Additional information can be obtained by visiting http://www.idocakes.biz/race. Registration forms for individuals as well as team guidelines and team registration can be obtained from this website as well. Register early to Run this Town!

Health Popular sandals causing foot problems in men? Wrong sandal can cause heel pain, Achilles tendonitis, other ailments Footwear has come a long way since Roman armies conquered an empire wearing only sandals on their feet. But what’s old is new again. Recent market research reveals sales of men’s sandals jumped 20 percent between 2005 and 2007. Along with the growing popularity of men’s sandals come more aches and pains for male feet. Martin Lesnak, DPM, FACFAS, a foot surgeon with an office in Huron, says the wrong sandal could cause men problems including heel pain, Achilles tendonitis, pain in the big toe and even breaks and stress fractures in some of the foot’s 26 bones. Dr. Lesnak recommends men shopping for a man sandal – or “mandal” as some people call it – look for a

The 4x400 team consisting of Craig Thorne, Jake Hillman, Matt Lehrer & Ben Delamatre.

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Better Breathers Club to Meet at Firelands Firelands Regional Medical Center ’s ‘Better Breathers Club’ will meet on Thursday, June 11 th from 1 to 2 pm in the Respiratory Conference Room at Firelands Regional Medical Center ’s Main Campus, 1111 Hayes Avenue , Sandusky. Through a partnership with Firelands Regional Medical Center and the American Lung Association, the ‘Better Breathers Club’ will meet March – November and offer monthly programming, support and education for those in the community who struggle with respira-

Make Yourself Comfortable! Our showroom is filled with beautiful sofas, chairs and recliners, in fabric and leather. All are comfortably sale priced, whether in-stock or special order.

We Offer: • Quality Home Furnishings Affordably Priced • Professional Interior Design Staff • We Do House Calls • Custom Window Treatments, Blinds & Shutters • Lamps • Area Rugs • Unique Accessories • Mattress Sets • Special Gifts & MORE Locally Owned and Operated since 1991

sturdy, cushioned, supportive sole and padded straps. Men with diabetes should consult their foot surgeon before wearing sandals. Despite what many men may tell themselves, foot pain is not normal. Contact Dr.Lesnak’s office at 419433-4800 to have your painful foot checked out by a surgeon who is educated, trained and experienced in treating foot and ankle conditions. Dr. Lesnak belongs to the 6,000 member American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS), a national medical association of foot and ankle surgeons. For more information on foot and ankle conditions, visit the ACFAS Web site FootPhysicians.com.

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tory difficulties as well as their family members, friends and the general public. For more information about the ‘Better Breathers Club,’ call 419-557-6151. Firelands Regional Medical Center is a 400-bed, full service, not-for-profit hospital. Serving the five-county region, Firelands provides comprehensive diagnostic, medical, surgical, emergency and rehabilitation services for people of all ages. For more information about Firelands Regional Medical Center visit www.firelandt.com.

Diabetes Update at Erie County Senior Center Jean Feick, MSN, CNP, CDE, Diabetic Education Nurse Practitioner with North Coast Professional Company will present “Diabetes Update” at the Erie County Senior Center, 620 E. Water Street, on Tuesday, June 9th. Lunch will begin at 11:30 am and the 20 minute presentation will follow at noon. For more information, contact Firelands Regional Medical Center at 419-5577410. Firelands Regional Medical Center is a 400-bed, full service, not-for-profit hospital. Serving the five-county region, Firelands provides comprehensive diagnostic, medical, surgical, emergency and rehabilitation services for people of all ages. For more information about Firelands Regional Medical Center visit www.firelandt.com.


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HELP WANTED LITTLE WONDERS PRESCHOOL Has need for an energetic, motivated teacher. Our school year is from September to May with both AM and PM sessions offered. Applicant must have a minimum of an Associates Degree in Early Childhood Development. Please send resume’ to First Presbyterian Church, 225 Williams St., Huron, OH 44839 NOW HIRING!! Full and Part-time Paid Medical and Dental insurance Job training, Travel, and Adventure. Call SGT Clark 1-877-686-7892 HOME SERVICES PAINTING ETC. Interior Specialist, Exterior Dry Wall Repair Wallpaper removal 20 years experience. Pressure Washing. 419-624-0383 CHUCK KNIGHT Painting – Tile Repair Home Maintenance Small Jobs Welcome Call 419-433-3162

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WANTED TO BUY COLLECTIONS OF OLD POCKET KNIVES AND HUNTING KNIVES. Case, Schrade, Buck, Hen and Rooster, Randall, plus others. PH: 419-366-0859 for offer. BUYING JUNK CARS 419-577-6405

COMPUTERS Notes: Do not run in West Virginia, DC or Canada A NEW COMPUTER NOW! Brand name. Bad or NO credit - No problem. Smallest weekly payments avail. Call NOW 1-800838-7127

Automotive WANTED JAPANESE MOTORCYCLES KAWASAKI,1970-1980, Z1-900, KZ900, KZ1000, H2-750, H1-500, S1-250, S2-250, S2-350, S3-400. CASH PAID. 1-800-772-1142. 1-310-721-0726.

Business Opportunities $2500.00 WEEKLY Processing brochures. Great opportunity! Postage, supplies furnished. Processors needed NOW. Free information, Speedline Publications. 1-800-957-5054. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY IN THE CHRISTIAN MARKET. Concessions available for only one person per city. Keep 100% of the revenue. Go to ChristianLeadersWanted.com or call 1-866-894-5222.

CEDAR LINED CHERRY HOPE CHESTS Polished brass hardware, great for weddings, graduations, births or special occasions. $350 419-433-3512 GARAGE SALES BABY ITEMS, tools, furniture, some antiques, toys, lots more. 111 Mansfield Ave., Huron. Friday June 5, 9am-4pm.

All Cash Vending! Do you earn $800/day? Local Vending routes. 25 machines + candy. $9,995. 1-800-807-6485. (Void/ SD,CT,MD)

MOVING SALE Fri. 9-4 Sat. 9-2 3220 Hull Rd. Lots of furniture, Cub Cadet riding mower, bikes, misc. household items, 2 upright pianos Everything must go!

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Electronics * REDUCE YOUR CABLE BILL! * Get a 4-room, all-digital satellite system installed for FREE and programming starting under $20. Free Digital Video Recorders to new clients. So call now, 1-800795-3579. Employment MYSTERY SHOPPERS! Earn up to $150 daily. Get paid to shop pt/ft. Call now 800-690-1272.

Miscellaneous OLD GUITARS WANTED! Gibson, Martin, Fender, Gretsch. 1930 1980. TOP DOLLAR PAID. Call toll free 1-866-433-8277. GET A NEW COMPUTER! Brand name. BAD or NO credit - No Problem. Smallest weekly payments avail. Call now 1-800-9324501 ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from home. Medical, Business, Paralegal, Computers, Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial aid if qualified. Call 800-494-3586 www.CenturaOnline.com AIRLINES ARE HIRING: Train for high paying Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified Housing available. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance. 888349-5387.

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send any money in advance or give the client your checking, license ID, or credit card numbers. Also beware of ads that claim to guarantee loans regardless of credit and note that if a credit repair company does business only over the phone it s illegal to request any money before delivering its service. All funds are based in US dollars. 800 numbers may or may not reach Canada.

OAK ENTERTAINMENT CENTER 50 X 60” with 27” Mag.TV $150.00 419-898-6809

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Autos Wanted DONATE YOUR CAR. FREE TOWING. “Cars for Kids”. Any condition. Tax deductible Outreach Center. 1-800-597-9411

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GARAGE SALE Fri-Sun 8am-5pm 2515 Fox Rd., Huron 5 FAMILY YARD SALE 402 Center St., Sat. June 6 8-1 window AC, leaf blower, TOOLS, kitchen table, patio furniture, jewelry, holiday yard art, purses, video/CD’s, baby and household items.

$3000 REWARD FOR INFO Leading to the successful prosecutionOf person responsible for dumping at Two Rivers Development, Laguna Dr., Huron Heights. 419-433-3971

FOR RENT FOUR ROOM OFFICE BUILDING Ideal for doctor, dentist or therapist 3 patient exam rooms. Lakeside location. Corner of Main Street and Wall Street. Downtown Huron. 419-433-3232

CAR TRAILER FOR SALE 16 foot bed, 2 axles, electric brakes & brake control. Blue, with car tie downs & wheel chocks. Asking $1700. Call 419-433-5609

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LICENSED MASSAGE THERAPIST Lisa Basting, RRT, LMT NEW LOCATION!! Gift Certificates Available Call 419-433-4901 for appointment

DAN WRIGHT PLUMBING 22 Years Experience 24 Hour Service Call Dan 419-433-1177

MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE Furniture, tools, boating equip., household goods, toys, baby gear and much more. Fri June5 and Sat June 6 8AM-5PM Marion Ave. off Cleveland Rd.

SELL/RENT YOUR TIMESHARE NOW!! Maintenance fees too high? Need Cash? Sell your unused timeshare today. No commissions or broker fees. Free consultation. www.sellatimeshare. com, 1-888-310-0115 Reader Advisory: the National Trade Association we belong to has purchased the following classifieds. Determining the value of their service or product is advised by this publication. In order to avoid misunderstandings, some advertisers do not offer employment but rather supply the readers with manuals, directories and other materials designed to help their clients establish mail order selling and other businesses at home. Under NO circumstance should you

DELUXE PROGRAMMABLE TREAD MILL Paid $800. Will take $200. 419-898-6809

2008 CHEVY COLORADO PICK-UP 4 Dr. Extended Cab -Auto- 5cycle Air - Cruise CD - Remote Entry 13,500 Miles Under Warranty $14,500 419-898-6809

SBG Goodwill Reverse Raffle June 26, Kalahari Resorts, Sandusky. $10,000 top prize. Nearly 40 other cash prizes. For ticket, call 419-625-4744. Proceeds benefit Goodwill employment programs for the disabled and disadvantaged.

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338 Center Street, Huron Open Sunday 2-4 Classic “Old Plat” Colonial with fabulous updates! Only two blocks from Lake Erie & Huron Boat Basin. 4 bedrooms, 2 car garage. Newer siding, windows, Brazilian Cherry Hardwood floors.

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1707 Lands End Dr. ..... $1,400,000 514 Mariner Village ....... $499,000 316 Orangewood Rd. .... $189,500 1703 Paige Ct. ................ $207,900 4102 Pebble Ln. .............. $269,900 2203 Lakefield Dr. ........... $169,900 1724 Lake Forest Dr. ....... $179,900 1126 Laguna Dr. ............. $389,000 2201 Huron Avery ........... $314,900 2810 Hull Rd. .................. $264,900 309 Forest Hills Dr. ....... $118,400 207 Dayton Ave. ........... $159,900 1723 Courtney ................ $174,900 405 Rivers Edge............. $149,900 101 Sandusky Ave. ....... $399,000 2508 Rye Beach Rd. ....... $374,900

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419-621-7225 4 419-433-5154, ext. 225 421 Sail Away, Huron NEW LISTING! $399,900. 2 BR outstanding LAKEFRONT cottage! Only steps away from beaches. Walking distance st to park, downtown, pier and Huron Boat BBasin. Large great room, fireplace and screened porch overlooking water. Call sc BBecky Wooster 419-627-1996 ext. 225 or Frank Frank Corder 419-627-1996 419 627 1996 ext. e t 248. 115 Williams Street, Huron CHARMING COTTAGE! $149,900. Only steps to park and beach, pier and ampitheater! Completely renovated. 1st floor MBR w/2 BR’s up. Deck, sunroom, French doors. Quality throughout. 3 Sail Away, Huron LARGE LAKEFRONT LOT! $299,900. L VVacant lot ready for a dream home! Spectacular east and west views of Cedar Point ta and the Lake Erie Islands. Near parks, an schools, shopping & the Huron Boat Basin. sc 882 ft. of frontage & large enough lot for a 33000 sq.ft. home.

• STIMULUS PACKAGE - $8000 tax credit to first time home buyers

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2616 Hull Road, Huron Twp. Beautiful Plantation Style Home $369,900. Over 4500 sq. ft. of living in a spacious home. 4 BR 3 ½ BA plus apartment over garage. 4 car garage on 1.2 acres. Call Frank Corder 419-627-1996 ext. 248 or Becky Wooster 419-627-1996 ext. 225. 1126 Buckingham Street, Sandusky MANY UPDATES! $114,900. 3 BR home with spacious living and dining rooms. Large kitchen with appliancin es. First floor laundry. es

202 Townsend St., Sandusky CENTRALLY LOCATED $29,900. Located between Columbus and Hayes Ave. 2 BR, 1 BA Under $25.00 per square foot. Nice condition.

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