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SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE CASE NUMBER 09CIV182 WESBANCO BANK, PLAINTIFF - VS MATTHEW M. WOMELDORF, DEFENDANT COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, JACKSON COUNTY, OHIO In pursuance to an Order of Sale to me directed from said Court in the above entitled action, I will expose to sale at public auction on the front steps of the Court House on Friday, December 2nd, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. of said day, the following described real estate: SITUATE IN THE STATE OF OHIO, COUNTY OF JACKSON AND CITY OF WELLSTON AND BEING LOT NUMBERED SEVEN HUNDRED FIFTY-SIX (756) IN PAVEY’S ADDITION TO WELLSTON, JACKSON COUNTY OHIO. SAVE AND EXCEPT THE STONE COAL UNDERLYING SAID LOT WITH THE RIGHT TO MINE AND REMOVE THE SAME IS RESERVED AND ANY AND ALL RESERVATIONS WHICH MAY HAVE BEEN MADE IN PREVIOUS DEEDS FOR THIS PROPERTY ARE ALSO RESERVED IN THIS DEED. CURRENT OWNER: MATTHEW M. WOMELDORF PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1403 S. PENNSYLVANIA AVE. WELLSTON PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER M24-029-00-016-00 COURT SET SALE PRICE AT: $38,000.00 TERMS OF SALE: 10% down of sale price due on day of sale, cash or certified check, balance on confirmation of sale. John L. Shasteen, Sheriff Jackson County, Ohio ROBERT R. MILLER ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF 16 EAST BROADWAY STREET WELLSTON OH 45692 740-384-2111 THIS SHERIFF’S SALE OPERATES UNDER THE DOCTRINE OF CAVEAT EMPTOR. THE JACKSON COUNTY SHERIFF MAKES NO GUARANTEE AS TO STATUS OF TITLE PRIOR TO SALE. 11/9, 16, 23 - 3CWC - 18998

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Rio’s Diagnostic Medical Sonography honors graduates including two from Jackson County The Diagnostic Medical Sonography program at the University of Rio Grande/Rio Grande Community College honored its 2011 graduates during a Pinning Ceremony on campus recently. SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE CASE NUMBER 11CIV108 PNC MORTGAGE, PLAINTIFF - VS DANNY R. CRACE, DEFENDANT COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, JACKSON COUNTY, OHIO In pursuance to an Order of Sale to me directed from said Court in the above entitled action, I will expose to sale at public auction on the front steps of the Court House on Friday, December 2nd, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. of said day, the following described real estate: An undivided one-sixth (1/6) of one-half (1/2) interest in the following real estate: The following described real estate situated in Franklin Township, Jackson County, in the State of Ohio, Section 2, Township 6 North, Range 18 West of the Congress Lands East of the Scioto River and being a new parcel created out of the George Mennhouse, etal.Property (Jackson County Deed Records Vol. 131 Pg. 150 and Vol. 312 Pg. 66), identified by Jackson County Auditor as parcel number C06-001-00-074-00, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a P.K. nail found at the intersection of the centerline of Jackson County Road 55 (also known as Standpipe Road) and the Northwest corner of Randy D. and Amy A. Bowman-Moore property (Jackson County Deed Records Vol. 283 Pg. 353) from which an iron pin found (5/8” rebar w/plastic Ld. cap E. Tripplett, S-6766) on the right-of-way of U.S. Route 35 at station 3999+20.11, 155.66 feet right bears North 02º 04’ 41” West a distance of 1884.12 feet: Thence along the West line of Randy D. and Amy A. Bowman-Moore property South 30º 30’ 16” West a distance of 145.00 feet to an iron pin set by this survey (5/8” rebar x 30” rebar w/plastic I.D. cap: E. Triplett, S-6766), passing an iron pin set for reference by this survey (as described above) at 28.71 feet; Thence along the North line of the Randy D. and Amy A. Bowman-Moore property North 75º 59’ 51” West a distance of 415.11 feet to a nail found at the Northwest corner of said property; Thence along the West line of the Randy D. and Amy A. Bowman-Moore property South 36º 42’ 12” West a distance of 47.95 feet to an iron pin set by this survey (as described above); Thence along a line created by this survey North 61º 31’ 52” West a distance of 50.10 feet to an iron pin found by this survey (5/8” rebar w/plastic I.D. cap Dana Exline 7060) at the South corner of the Ed and Martha G. Wilson property (Jackson County Deed Records Vol. 315 Pg. 338); Thence along the South line of the Ed and Martha G. Wilson property North 36º 44’ 24” East a distance of 331.55 feet to a point in the centerline of Jackson County Road 55, passing an iron pin found by this survey (as described above) at 301.88 feet; Thence along the centerline of Jackson County Road 55 the following three calls: 1. South 56) 37’ 46” East a distance of 85.74 feet to a point; 2. South 57º 16’ 02” East a distance of 234.15 feet to a point; 3. South 57º 14’ 50” East a distance of 97.71 feet to the point of beginning containing 2.2126 acres more or less. Subject to all legal easements. The above description was made in accordance with an actual survey conducted under the supervision of Eugene Triplett, P.S. #6766 conducted October 26 and November 6, 1998. Bearings are based on the East line of the Highland Woods Subdivision (Jackson County Plat Book 5, Pg. 80) and are used only to express angular measurement. Grantees covenant and agree that the following restrictions shall run with the land and shall be restrictions upon all successor grantees, heirs or assigns: 1. No pigs, poultry or livestock permitted. 2. Lawn must be maintained and kept reasonably trimmed so as not to devalue homes in neighborhood. 3. No modulars or trailers permitted. 4. No junk vehicles unless in an enclosed garage. CURRENT OWNERS: DANNY R. CRACE PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1886 STANDPIPE RD. JACKSON OH PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER C06-001-00-074-21

The ceremony was held to honor all of the graduates and hand out special awards to diagnostic medical sonography students who graduated at the end of the summer semester. Rio Grande students are able to study in the general program for diagnostic medical sonography and the cardiovascular program for diagnostic medical sonography. Students are able to earn associate’s degrees and bachelor’s degrees. The local students who received special awards for their outstanding academic and clinical work included the following: • Katie Matthews of Wellston received the Cardiovascular Program Clinical Excellence Award. • Jamey Sexton of Jackson received the Cardiovascular Program Clinical Improvement Award.

Rio Grande also honored two of the clinical instructors in the program for their contributions during the year. Christy Withrow, who works at Holzer Clinic Gallipolis, received the General Program Clinical Instructor of the Year Award and Kim Riner of the Charleston Area Medical Center in Charleston, W.Va., received the Cardiovascular Program Instructor of the Year Award. In addition, student Eric Thomas was saluted for his service in the U.S. Marine Corps and Christopher Moss was saluted for his service in the U.S. Army. The Rio Grande Veterans Organization honored the veterans in the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program and hopes to honor veterans from all academic programs as they graduate.

Moss’ wife is also a graduate of Rio Grande’s diagnostic medical sonography program and the couple moved to Ohio so they could study at Rio Grande. Stephanie Saunders, director of the program, said the graduates in the program have the opportunity to move into jobs in the region and around the country. Graduates are also prepared to continue their academic careers and earn further degrees that will help them in their careers. “Since June 7, 2010, these students have spent approximately 420 hours in the classroom and 950 hours in clinicals alone. This is not including all of the hours spent studying or the hours spent driving to and from Rio Grande and to and from their clinical sites,” Saunders said.

Grant available to help current Education students at Rio Grande A grant program is designed to increase the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Rio Grande classrooms and in the classrooms of three local school districts.

It is also designed to help current education students at Rio Grande learn about new teaching methods so they will be able to use them when they are teaching in schools around the region. One portion of the grant program is focused on providing professional development programs for Bunce SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE School of Education CASE NUMBER 10CIV219 Education faculty members at Train for a new Rio Grande to help HUNTINGTON NATIONAL BANK, PLAINTIFF career at them better under- VS Daymar College stand how to use new Jackson! forms of technology in MARLENE WEGNER, DEFENDANT Accredited Member, their classrooms. These faculty memACICS COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, bers will also be able to CALL NOW! JACKSON COUNTY, OHIO use new educational 1-866-975-9533 www.ApplyDaymar.com technology in order to In pursuance to an Order of Sale to me directed from said Court in the above entitled action, I will 980 EAST MAIN help their education expose to sale at public auction on the front steps of the Court House on Friday, December 2nd, 2011 at STREET 10:00 a.m. of said day, the following described real estate: students learn to use JACKSON, OH these resources effecSituate in the State of Ohio, County of Jackson and Township of liberty to wit: 45640 tively. The new pro08-01-1852T grams use cutting-edge Tract One: Financial Aid technology, but are not Being a part of Scioto Salt Reserve Lot Number Thirty-one (31) and more particularly bounded and available for those replacing the previous described as follows: teaching methods or who qualify. For useful consumer philosophies, Sangeeta Beginning at a point which is located by running South 1424.0 feet and then East 37.5 feet from the information, please Gulati said. For more Northwest corner of Scioto Salt Reserve Lot Number Thirty-one (31) to the point of beginning of the tract herewith conveyed, said point also being in the center line of State Highway Number 124; thence North information on the provisit us at daymarcollege.edu/disclosures gram, call Gulati at 128 deg 35’ East 282.0 feet to a stake; thence South 61 deg. 00’ East 40 feet to a point, which point is the Northwest corner of an 0.13 acre tract owned by Mary Ruth Fraley who acquired same by deed of con800-282-7201. veyance dated June 10, 1967, and recorded in Deed Record 156 at Page 370; thence South 28 deg. 35’ West along the West side of said 0.13 acre tract a distance of 87.12 feet to the Southwest corner thereof; thence South 60 deg. 51��� East a distance of 60 feet to the Southeast corner of said 0.13 acre tract; thence South 28 deg. 35’ West a distance of 195.0 feet to a point in the center line of State Highway Number 124; thence North 60 deg. 51’ West along the center line of said State Highway Number 124 a distance of 100 feet to the place of beginning and containing 0.69 acre, more or less. The forgoing described 0.69 acre tract is subject to an existing 10 foot driveway to provide ingress and egress to said 0.13 acre tract, said driveway extending Northward from State Highway Number 124 along or near the East line of said 0.69 acre tract herewith conveyed. Tract Two: Being a part of Scioto Salt reserve Lot number Thirty-One (31), beginning at a point which is South 1411.8 feet and East 15.67 feet from the Northwest corner of said Scioto Salt Reserve Lot Number Thirty-one (31), said point being in the center line of State Highway 124; Thence from said beginning point North 28 deg. 35’ East along an existing white wood fence a distance of 281.92 feet to a concrete monument; thence South 61 deg. 00’ East 25 feet to a stake at the Northwest corner of a 0.69 acre tract, formerly owned by Wilma Cross; thence South 28 deg. 35’ West along the West line of said 0.69 acre tract,formorly owned by Wilma Cross, 282 feet to a center line of State Highway 124; thence North 61 deg. 51’ West along the center line of said State Highway Number 124 a distance of 25 feet to the place of beginning and containing 0.16 acre.

Oak Hill Union Local School District 20102011 Financial Report The Oak Hill Union Local School Districts 2011 fiscal year end financial report is available for public inspection at the Office of the Treasurer located at 205 Western Ave, Oak Hill, OH during regular office hours. Telephone 740-682-7595 Rhonda D. Harrison Treasurer/CFO 11/23, 26-2CW-19113

NOTICE TO BIDDERS STATE OF OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

Parcel Two: Situate in the Township of Liberty in the County of Jackson and State of Ohio, to wit: Being a part of Scioto Salt Reserve Lot Number Thirty-One (31) and more particularly bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point which is located by running South 1424.0 feet and then East 37.5 feet from the Northwest corner of Scioto Salt Reserve Lot Number 31, said point being in the center line of State Highway 124; Thence South 60 deg. 51’ East along the Center line of said State Highway Number 124; to a point which is the Southwest corner of a 0.69 acre tract conveyed to Leslie F. Miller and Dora B. Miller by deed of conveyance bearing date of May 4, 1967, and recorded in Volume 189 at Page 277 of the Records of Deeds of Jackson County, Ohio; thence North 28 deg. 35’ East at distance of 30 feet to a point in the North right of way line of said State Highway Number 124, at which point is located a steel stake at the Southwest corner of an existing fence post, which post is the Southern most post in an existing post and board fence extending, generally, North and South along the East Line of said 0.69 acre tract owned by the said Leslie F. Miller an Dora B. Miller; thence continuing North along said existing post and board fence approximately 90 feet to another steel stake; thence continuing North along said post and board fence approximately 90 feet to another steel stake which is intended to be located at the intersection of the South line of an 0.13 acre tract formerly owned by Margaret Slavens, pursuant to a deed of conveyance recorded in Volume 179 at Page 661 of the Record of Deed of Jackson County, Ohio; thence North 60 deg. 51’ West along the South line of said 0.13 acre tract a distance of 12 feet and 4 inches to another steel stake, which is the Northwest corner of the tract herein conveyed; thence South parallel to and 12 feet and 4 inches distance therefrom the North and South line first herein described, a distance of approximately 180 feet to a point in the North right of way line of State Highway number 124, thence East along the North right of way line of State Highway Number 124 a distance of 12 feet and 4 inches to the steel stake which is the point of beginning of the tract herewith conveyed, said tract conveyed containing 0.051 acre. The above described tract is subject to the privilege reserved by Leslie F. Miller and Dora B. Miller in their certain deed dated February 17, 1970 to inspect, maintain, and remove an underground water meter presently (2/17/70) located near the center of said tract, which deed is recorded in Volume 198 at Page 617 of the Records of Deeds of Jackson County, Ohio. Tract Three: The following described real estate situate in the State of Ohio, County of Jackson and Township of Liberty: Being a part of Scioto Salt Reserve Lot No. Thirty-One (31) and more particularly bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point which is located by running South 1195.8 feet and East 207.4 feet from the Northwest corner of Scioto Salt Reserve Lot Thirty-one (31), this point being South 61 deg. 00’ East 65 feet from a concrete monument located at the Northeast corner of an 0.65 acre tract conveyed to Walter R. Fraley by deed dated March 7, 1957, and recorded in Deed Record 156 at Page 244, thence South 61 deg. 00’ East a distance of 60 feet along the former line of G.C. Fraley to a point which is the Northwest corner of an 0.34 acre tract now owned by Daher Fraley et al, and recorded in Deed Record 177 at Page 619; thence South 28 deg. 35’ West a distance of 57.12 feet to a point which is the Northeast corner of a tract containing 0.69 acre now owned by Leslie F. Miller and Dora B. Miller by deed redorded in Deed Record 189 at Page 277; thence North 60 deg. 51’ West a distance of 60 feet to a stake; thence North 28 deg. 35’ East 87.12 feet to a point of beginning of the tract herewith conveyed and containing 0.13 acre, more or less.

Columbus, Ohio Office of Contracts Legal Copy Number: 110627 Sealed proposals will be accepted from pre-qualified bidders at the ODOT Office of Contracts until 10:00 a.m. on December 15, 2011. Project 110627 is located in Jackson County, US-35-20.70 and is a FOUR LANE RESURFACING project. The date set for completion of this work shall be as set forth in the bidding proposal. Plans and Specifications are on file in the Department of Transportation. 11/16, 23 - 2CWC - 19023

SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE CASE NUMBER 11CIV095 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, PLAINTIFF - VS DON E. HUTTON, DEFENDANT COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, JACKSON COUNTY, OHIO In pursuance to an Order of Sale to me directed from said Court in the above entitled action, I will expose to sale at public auction on the front steps of the Court House on Friday, December 2nd, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. of said day, the following described real estate: SITUATED IN THE VILLAGE OF OAK HILL, COUNTY OF JACKSON, STATE OF OHIO AND IS DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEING THE SOUTH ONE HALF (1/2) OF IN LOTS TWENTY-FIVE (25) AND TWENTY-SIX (26) IN JONES AND PETERS ADDITION TO THE TOWN OF PORTLAND NOW THE INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF OAK HILL, OHIO. CURRENT OWNER: DON E. HUTTON PROPERTY ADDRESS: 419 4TH STREET, OAK HILL

CURRENT OWNER: MARLENE WEGNER

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER I16-011-00-041-00

PROPERTY ADDRESS: 15205 BEAVER PIKE, JACKSON

APPRAISED AT: $75,000.00

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER G11-007-00-070-00, G11-007-00-071-00 & G11-007-00-072-00

TERMS OF SALE: Cannot be sold for less than 2/3 rds of the appraised value. 10% down of sale price due on day of sale, cash or certified check, balance on confirmation of sale.

APPRAISED AT: $300,000.00 TERMS OF SALE: Cannot be sold for less than 2/3 rds of the appraised value. 10% down of sale price due on day of sale, cash or certified check, balance on confirmation of sale.

APPRAISED AT: $45,000.00

John L. Shasteen, Sheriff Jackson County, Ohio

TERMS OF SALE: Cannot be sold for less than 2/3 rds of the appraised value. 10% down of sale price due on day of sale, cash or certified check, balance on confirmation of sale.

LERNER, SAMPSON & ROTHFUSS ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF 120 EAST FOURTH STREET, 8TH FLOOR CINCINNATI OH 45202 513-241-3100

John L. Shasteen, Sheriff Jackson County, Ohio

THIS SHERIFF’S SALE OPERATES UNDER THE DOCTRINE OF CAVEAT EMPTOR. THE JACKSON COUNTY SHERIFF MAKES NO GUARANTEE AS TO STATUS OF TITLE PRIOR TO SALE. 11/9, 16, 23 - 3CWC - 19001

WELTMAN, WEINBERG & REIS ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF 525 VINE STREET, SUITE 800 CINCINNATI OH 45202 800-910-4249

John L. Shasteen, Sheriff Jackson County, Ohio STEPHEN D. MILES ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF 18 W. MONUMENT AVE. DAYTON OH 45402 937-461-1900

THIS SHERIFF’S SALE OPERATES UNDER THE DOCTRINE OF CAVEAT EMPTOR. THE JACKSON COUNTY SHERIFF MAKES NO GUARANTEE AS TO STATUS OF TITLE PRIOR TO SALE.

THIS SHERIFF’S SALE OPERATES UNDER THE DOCTRINE OF CAVEAT EMPTOR. THE JACKSON COUNTY SHERIFF MAKES NO GUARANTEE AS TO STATUS OF TITLE PRIOR TO SALE.

11/9, 16, 23 - 3CWC - 19000

11/9, 16, 23 - 3CWC - 18999


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The Telegram

Jackson’s Elementary students to get real life banking experience By Barbara Summers Telegram Staff Writer

All Jackson Elementary school students will have an opportunity to open their very own savings account in the new year, if they choose to participate. Recently the Ohio Department of Education told districts they must offer additional instruction in financial education. Jackson’s Board of Education adopted a new policy to reflect this decision earlier in the fall. A brand new partnership with Atomic Credit Union (ACU) is making history with the first elementary student-run credit union branch locations in Ohio. Tricia Kight-Hale, ACU’s Director of Financial Education, visited Northview, Southview, and Westview Schools this week to explain the project to students and teachers. Traveling with her were Julie Maple, Nicole Persin, Jordan Purpero, and Sandy Swindler. Although each made a compelling presentation, it was the appearance of “Kirby the Kangaroo” that drew whoops of laughter and sustained applause from the little ones. Tricia termed “Kirby” the Credit Union’s “Most Favorite Employee Ever.” Kids can become members of the Kirby Kangaroo Savings Club with no minimum balances or fees. Most of the younger children could not define a credit union or its goals. Tricia termed ACU “a place to do banking” and noted savings and checking accounts along with ATM’s are just a part of the business. What makes a credit union special, she continued, is that all who open an account automatically become a member, not a customer. ACU, she stated, is owned by its members. Specifically, the ACU branch will be operated, in the cafeteria, each Friday morning, starting in January, by volunteer 5th graders with oversight by trained

Photo By Barbara Summers

“Kirby the Kangaroo” helped introduce a new Atomic Credit Union (ACU) savings program to Northview, Southview, and Westview students last week. Pictured with “Kirby” are, from the left, ACU Director of Financial Education Tricia Kight-Hale, Rylee Jade Hively, Sydney Hughes, Logan Clagg, and Southview Principal Phillip Kuhn. In front are Mattie Walburn, left, and Dayne Neff.

professionals, under KightHale’s supervision. Tricia has 14 years experience teaching young people the principles of good financial management. She is an award winner for another financial education program. With “Kirby’s” assistance, Kight-Hale demonstrated how money could be deposited and how the accounting will be managed. She noted for every 4th deposit, which could be anywhere from a penny up to folding money, a prize will be given. To sweeten the deal, Kight-Hale announced, to another round of applause, that at year’s end an IPOD Touch will be awarded to one lucky saver in each of the three schools. Principal Phillip Kuhn stated information will be

sent home to parents telling them about this optional savings program. Tim Griffiths, ACU President and CEO, expressed his excitement about the project. “For our children,” Griffiths stated, “to be growing up and experiencing the worst economic times our country has seen since the Great Depression, I cannot think of a better ‘educational vehicle’ than that of a student-run financial institution.” He noted the 5th grade volunteers will learn handson employment skills by applying and interviewing for positions in their own credit union. Positions will include: teller, member service representative, branch manager, and data entry specialist.

December proclaimed Ironmen Football Month

Photo By Barbara Summers

December will be Jackson Ironmen Football Team Month in Jackson County, proclaimed commissioners November 22. Pictured, from the left, are: seated: Commission President Jim Riepenhoff, Coach of the Year Andy Hall, and Commissioners Jerry Hall and Ed Armstrong; standing: Senior Team members Tyler Jeffers, Nick Dye, Coby Hearlihy, George Rafferty, Luke Eisnaugle, Austin Osborne, Drew Ervin, O. J. Barr, Ty McNelly, Michael Howard, and Paul Simon.

Jackson County Commissioners honor team By Barbara Summers Telegram Staff Writer

December will be celebrated, by proclamation of the commissioners, as Jackson Ironmen Football Team Month in Jackson County. Commissioners hosted Coach Andy Hall and the 11 seniors to their November 22 meeting. Coach Hall and the players were commended for “a spectacular winning football season.” Specifically, commissioners hailed the team for “11-1, 5-0 SEOAL, back to back SEOAL Champs, back to back playoff appearances, and advancing to the Regional Semi-Finalists.” Head Coach Hall has compiled an outstanding record in his three years, with a record of 27 wins and 6 losses. He was named SEOAL Coach of the Year both this and last year. In addition, Hall was named Southeast District Division 3 Coach of the Year for 2009, 2010, and 2011. “It was a great year,” Hall told commissioners, “I’ve got a great bunch of kids.” Hall noted the seniors serve as role models not just for the younger players on the team

but for the student body as a whole. “I’ve been fortunate to coach these young men,” Hall continued. “They’ve left a legacy that will never be forgotten.” Drew Ervin was named First Team, All District, Co-Player of the Year. He was named to the First Team SEOAL for 2010 and 2011. Austin Osborne shared the First Team, All District, Co-Player of the Year honors with Ervin. Osborne was named Offensive Player of the Year in Southeast District Division 3, and named to the First Team All State. Ty McNelly broke school records by making 43 catches for 744 yards and 16 touchdowns. He was named to First Team all SEOAL and District. Luke Eisnaugle set the school record for 59 makes. He made 51 extra points in 63 kicks. He was named to First Team All District. O. J. Barr was named to First Team All District this year and First Team All SEOAL in 2010 and 2011. Tyler Jeffers earned Honorable Mention to both All SEOAL and All District. The other seniors on the team are Coby Hearlihy, George Rafferty, Michael Howard, Paul Simon, and Nick Dye.

The goal for the entire student population is to teach the importance of saving and doing so consistently. With so many college students not paying bills, maxing out credit cards, and incurring debt at an alarming rate, financial education seems critical. Swindler, ACU’s Operations Support Manager, said “We are committed to helping young people in the communities we serve make wise financial decisions and grow into informed adult financial consumers.” Both the Jackson City Schools and ACU hope this elementary school program will instill good savings habits in citizens at an early age. Swindler believes this will increase an individual’s “chances of financial success later in life.”


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Jenkins Memorial team takes part in Senior Olympics The Jenkins Memorial Senior Olympic team made its yearly trip to the Senior Olympics at the Scioto Fairgrounds September 15. The day-long event is hosted by Pleasant Hill Manor in Piketon. This year the Jenkins theme was "Viva Las Vegas." The residents were decked out in glittered tops with their "card decorated" hats on their heads. Pictured above are, in the front, from the left: Tom Staten, Susie Sheets, Dolly Ross, Marie Britt, and Missy Thacker. In the back are: Carol Fulton, Mandy Stacey, Susie Houghland, Heather Clemons, Courtney Wiggins, Sondra Clagg, and Debbie Clemons. This painting of old Central School evokes many memories of those who still remember treading its halls.

Heartland of Jackson celebrates ‘New Look’ with Open House Heartland of Jackson recently hosted an Open House in celebration of its "New Look." Pictured from left to right are Administrator Bonnie McCain, Oak Hill Councilman and Mayor/Elect Roy McCarty and Director of Admissions / Marketing Debbie Lackey. The Heartland of Jackson administrative team and residents would like to thank the Jackson County community for making this event a huge success.

Knights of Columbus donates to JCBDD Special Olympics The Knights of Columbus, represented by Grand Knight Allen Dahl, presented Nick Elliott, Special Olympic Coordinator of Jackson County Board of Developmental Disabilities, with a donation for Special Olympics. The Knights of Columbus Council 1341 represents St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church from Wellston, Holly Trinity Catholic Church from Jackson and St. Sylvester Catholic Church from Zaleski. Pictured from left to right are Grand Knight Allen Dahl and Nick Elliott, Special Olympic Coordinator.

Submitted By Teresa Boggs, Fiscal Administrator

Back in the late 1980’s a school song, “The Old Red and White,” was published by William K. Wilson, Superintendent of Schools, Rutland, Ohio. The song had the following verse and chorus: Oh, the dear old college days, here in Rio Grande, where the heart is always young and jolly. Rio, Rio, Rio Grande, to thee we pledge our heart and hand, and pray that we understand and to our pledge be true. Remember happy days while teaching elementary students and the thrill each year when we took the students on field trips. We would set off to historical sites in our area and the students always enjoyed these trips, and appreciated first-hand learning of historical sites. I still wish that the state had restored the old Jefferson Furnace area. The site could have really made an impact, not only on the economy, but on tourism. It is hoped that many people of the area will support the events and projects of Jackson Lake. It is a big asset to our area. Have recently had requests for information about Central School, 1901-1995. So I took a picture of the school and information over to our village public library and had some copies made. Thought that others might enjoy seeing the picture and reading the history. I know that just seeing the picture will bring back many great memories of school days! --Nona Lee •••

HISTORY OF CENTRAL SCHOOL, 1901-1995 • In 1901 construction was started on Central Public School which served the village of Oak Hill as the new high school building. This two-story brick structure was first constructed as an L-shaped building with six classrooms and a basement. Later two rooms were added to make it a square building. It became occupied in January 1902 in the middle of the first term. • In 1903 Thomas A. Jenkins was the high school principal. • The Classes of 1903 and 1904 chose red and green as the school colors. • In 1905 the Oak Hill High School was charted by the State Department of Education to operate as a "first grade," four-year high school. • In the winter of 1924 the school auditorium was finished and the Class of 1924 held its graduation exercises there. • In 1931 it was apparent that because of the overcrowding problems at the school, a new building would be needed. • In 1963 the South School building was closed and the students were transferred to the Central Building which was in the process of being refurbished and remodeled. • The building was used as classrooms throughout the years, but was permanently closed in 1995, never to be used again as a school. (Painting By Eleanor Davis.)

Great Smokey Mountains topic for Study Club The November meeting of the Jackson Study Club was held at the Fairgreens Golf Club. President, Mrs. Gregory Fields, presided. Mrs. John Worthington gave an informative report on the Great Smokey Mountain National Park. The park contains 800 square miles, 510,000 acres of splendor located in North Carolina and Tennessee in the Appalachian Mountain Range. The first settlers, the Cherokees, named the mountains "shacouage,” meaning "blue like smoke.” This blue mist comes from the natural transpiration of vapors from the trees. Horace Kephart, author of Our Southern Highlands, first proposed the Smokey Mountains be made into a national park. With the help of his friend, Masa-nee Masahara lizuka, a Japanese photographer, the two men convinced congress to create the park in 1926. A fundraising effort began with the goal of ten million dollars. Local people could raise only five million dollars so John D. Rockefeller Jr. donated the balance. The Great Smokey Mountain National Park is the most visited park in the national park system. There are four visitors' centers, each one focusing on a different aspect of the park. Some of the most popular activities are camping, hiking, and fly fishing. In the fall many people visit to see the colorful leaves. There are three churches and in good weather they hold two weddings a day. The park is the home of 1,600 species of flowering plants, 12 kinds of fireflies, 30 vari-

Pictured are Naomi Worthington (left) and Mabel Poetker (right) at the November Study Club meeting.

eties of salamanders, 1,500 black bears, deer, elk, mountain lions, and many other animals. Naomi has traveled there quite often and the report was filled with interesting personal reflections. Mrs. Joel Poetker, the hostess, decorated the tables with white roses and chrysanthemums. She provided lunch with a variety of tea sandwiches and chocolate cake. The club was decorated for Christmas with greenery, small white lights, and silver ornaments and gave a festive flair to the afternoon. Submitted By Kit Dailey

EVENTS Support Group Meeting, Memorial Service at Heartland A Support Group Meeting and Memorial Service will be held at Heartland of Jackson, 8668 SR 93, Thursday, Dec. 1 between 6 and 7 p.m. Refreshments will be provided by Heartland of Jackson and Heartland Hospice. There will be time for support and encouragement as well as moments of personal sharing. “Come be encouraged, and encourage others as we hang bulbs on the tree in remembrance of our cherished loved ones,” a spokesman invites. For more information, call Tammy McCarty, 2865026; or call Brad Harris or JD Stevens Bereavement Coordinators of Heartland Hospice at 888-427-6767.


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