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By Lisa yako

They fought together as brothers-in-


arms. They died together and now they
sleep side by side. To them we have a
solemn obligation. ~ Admiral Chester W.
Nimitz
The National World War II (WW II) me-
morial in Washington, D.C., opened to the
public on April 29, 2004. Unfortunately,
the majority of the surviving veterans for
whom this memorial was dedicated were
incapable of visiting the site due to age,
illness, and monetary constraints. Physi-
cian assistant and retired Air Force Cap-
tain, Earl Morse, wanted to honor veterans
and make it possible for them to visit the
WW II memorial and other memorials in
Washington. Morse, who was also a pri-
vate pilot, began fying veterans to Wash-
ington at his own expense. Other private
pilots got onboard and also began donat-
ing their planes and expertise. In 2005,
even more people became interested
in helping Morse achieve his mission of
transporting veterans to Washington
free of charge, and thus the Honor Flight
Network program offcially came into be-
ing. In 2006, commercial airlines began to
be used exclusively for transporting the
veterans. To date, thousands of veterans,
mostly those who served in WWII or Ko-
rea, have now benefted from the Honor
Flight program.
Huron resident, Jack Cook, had never
heard of the Honor Flight program. One
day while Jack was at the Donut Shop
for his regular morning round of conver-
sation, a school bus driver, who is also a
regular, came in with a substitute driver.
The substitute explained the premise of
the Honor Flight program to Jack and of-
fered him an application. Jack qualifed
for the program because he was a WW II
veteran. At the tender age of 17, Jack had
volunteered for military service, and from
1944 until 1946, he served as a radar op-
erator on a Navy aircraft carrier. Jack was
at sea for 14 months straight in the Pacifc
Ocean. The ship upon which Jack served
was used solely for training purposes;
therefore, Jack did not see any fghting.
Nonetheless, he served his country well
during a very diffcult time in our his-
tory. Jack decided to fll out the Honor
Flight application, but he doubted that
he would ever be able to take advantage
of the program since the typical waiting
period is one year. To his great surprise,
Jack received a call at the beginning of
August asking him whether he would be
available to travel to Washington on Au-
gust 21. Apparently, a veteran who had
planned to travel on that date had be-
come ill and his spot was available. Jack
jumped at the opportunity.
On the morning of August 21, Jack ar-
rived at the Cleveland airport at 4:30 AM.
There he met the other veterans and
those volunteers who, at their own ex-
pense, would serve as the veterans guard-
ians for the day. The group was on a very
tight schedule upon arriving in Washing-
ton. They went to 11 different memorials
including the WW II memorial and Arling-
ton National Cemetery and returned to
Cleveland at 11:00 PM. The cost of the
entire trip was covered by Honor Flight.
Jack, who at 86, was the youngest of the
group of veterans, was moved to the point
of tears by the experience. Everything
was so memorable. I got so wrapped up
in this thing because I thought nobody
cared anymore about the people like
me or the people that died. stated Jack.
Further he exclaimed, This was prob-
ably one of the most rewarding things
that Ive ever been involved with. I could
talk for 100 days and not tell you about
everything that I saw and everything I
felt. Jack adamantly stated that it should
be mandatory for all students to visit the
memorials in Washington so the students
could have a better understanding of the
history of their country and the sacrifces
that were made on their behalf.
Though Jack has endured some hard-
ships, he still enjoys life. His new motto is
If I can make you smile, my life is worth-
while. Your life and the lives of those
who sacrifced much for our country are
truly worthwhile. Thank you for your ser-
vice.
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By Lisa yako
A variety of studies have shown that participating in
leisure activities contributes to the physical and mental
health and overall life satisfaction of people of all ages.
Yet, frequently it is not until retirement that one has the
time and resources to fully pursue a hobby. Such is the
case for Huron resident, Ralph Boyer.
In 1997, Ralph decided to offcially retire from his
teaching job. As is often the case, Ralphs
friends, family, and co-workers wanted
to commemorate his retirement
by giving him a special gift.
Ralphs childhood love of
trains had recently been
rekindled when his wife,
Barb, purchased a train
set for him. So, Ralph
suggested that they
give him components
to create what would
become his full-time
hobby, a garden railroad.
While attending a garden
show at the IX Center in
Cleveland soon after retire-
ment, Ralph and Barb became
acquainted with members of the
Northern Ohio Garden Railroad Soci-
ety (NOGRS). After Ralph laid the required
electrical lines underground, some NOGRS members
came to Huron and helped Ralph transform his front
yard into a garden railroad. This was just the beginning
of the Boyers involvement with the NOGRS.
Since the early days of the Boyers garden railroad,
much has changed and much has been added. The
railroad garden now consumes the Boyers entire front
yard. Ralph estimates that they have laid about 600 feet
of track, constructed over 150 buildings, and collected
over 1,000 fgures that enhance the display. Ralph and
Barb keep quite busy with their unique garden. The
display is set-up by mid-June and remains in place until
the end of September. During this time, the Boyers wel-
come about 200 visitors to their garden per year. Most
visitors learn about the garden through word of mouth.
As the weather turns cold, Ralph and Barb carefully pack
up the components of each display while
leaving the track in place. The winter
months are spent updating and
painting the buildings and fg-
ures and fnding new pieces
that might add a new di-
mension to the displays.
Despite all of the hard
work and the monetary
investment that the
Boyers have made in
their garden railroad,
they would not change
a thing. Both Barb and
Ralph get great pleasure
from watching visitors en-
joy their gardens. We have
seen men cry because of the
memories this brings back. Little
kids cry because they dont want to
leave. stated Barb. Ralph added I am lucky
to be here, and if I can afford to share my experience and
people get enjoyment, I appreciate that.
The Boyers want more people to experience their rail-
road gardens, so they will be hosting an Open House
on Saturday, August 31 and Sunday, September 1 from
noon until 4:00 PM. The Boyers live at 106 Findlay Av-
enue. Take some time to stroll around these unique
gardens, relive childhood memories, or make some
new memories with your children. All in all, you will be
amazed at the time and effort that the Boyers have put
into their gardens not only for their own pleasure, but
for that of others as well.
The Boyer Railroad Garden
Around Town
Thursday, August 29th, 2013
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Niharika Juwarkar, MD
Board Eligible in Internal Medicine
Dr. Juwarkar completed her medical education
at India Gandhi Government Medical College
in Nagpur, India and her residency at Providence
Hospital in Washington DC. She has joined the
practice of Thomas Williamson, MD, and
provides patients with:
All aspects of health and wellness care
Diagnosis & treatment of medical conditions
Accepting patients age 18 & up
Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 8 am 4 pm
Wednesday: 8 am 6 pm, Friday 8 am 2 pm
internal medicine
New Patients Welcome!
Life Outside the Office
Dr. Juwarkar is married and
in her free time enjoys experi-
menting with cooking, reading
and visiting new places. She
said she became a physician
because she always wanted to
make a difference in the lives of
people when they are sick and
work with them to make the
process of healing comfortable.
Lab services
All Physician Orders Accepted
Monday Friday
6:30 am 2:45 pm
(Closed daily 12 12:30 pm)
419-433-9570
Firelands Physician Group welcomes...
Dr. Juwarkar & Dr. Williamson are members of Firelands
Physician Group, a multi-specialty group providing primary
care & specialty care services to the surrounding region and
are on the medical staff at Firelands Regional Medical Center.
To schedule an appointment, call 419-433-5222 300 Williams Street, Huron
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Jeff Biro, DO
Board Certified in Internal Medicine
1605 State Rt. 60, Vineyard Square Plaza, Vermilion
Dr. Biro is on the medical staff at Firelands Regional
Medical Center and has over 25 years of experience. He
completed his medical education at the Ohio University
College of Osteopathic Medicine and his residency at
the Cleveland Clinic.
Dr. Biro provides patients with a full range of
rheumatology and sports medicine care, including:
Treatment of joint pain
General & nonsurgical
orthopedics
Hours: Monday Friday, 8:30 am 5 pm
To schedule an appointment, call 440-967-1128
rheumatology
& sportsmedicine
New Patients Welcome!
Life Outside the Office
Dr. Biro has worked with
athletes at every level, from
high school to professional.
He also served as a United
States Olympic Training
Center Physician.
Dr. Biro is married and has
a son as well as two dogs
and a cat. In his free time,
he enjoys watching his son
participate in school sports.
He also likes to work on
home improvement projects
and restore cars.
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Thurs, Aug 29
1:00-6:00 PM- American
Red Cross Blood Drive at the
Huron Public Library.
3:30-6:30 PM- Farmers
Market at the Boat Basin
parking lot.
Fri, Aug 30
6:00-9:00 PM- Jim Gill
performs at Paper Moon
Vineyards, Vermilion.
6:30-9:30 PM- Acoustic
Scottie performs at Quarry Hill
Winery, Berlin Heights.
Sat, Aug 31
12:00-4:00 PM- Open House
at the Boyer Railroad Garden,
106 Findlay Ave., Huron. All
are welcome.
6:00-9:00 PM- Two Bari
Saxes Jazz Quintet perform
at Paper Moon Vineyards,
Vermilion.
6:30-9:30 PM- Kenny Clark
performs at Quarry Hill Win-
ery, Berlin Heights.
7:30 PM- Cocobeanos per-
form at the Huron Boat Basin
Amphitheatre.
Sun, Sep 1
12:00-4:00 PM- Open House
at the Boyer Railroad Garden,
106 Findlay Ave., Huron. All
are welcome.
Mon, Sep 2
Labor Day
Tues, Sep 3
2:30-3:30 PM- Facebook
Fundamentals at the Huron
Public Library. Registration
required.
Wed, Sep 4
9:30 AM-12:30 PM- Won-
derful Watercolors at the
Firelands Room, Frost Center,
Osborn MetroPark. Learn to
paint watercolors following
step by step directions and
demonstrations by instructor
Clela Stelnicki. To register,
contact Clela at 440-371-
5637 or clelasart@gmail.com.
6:00-7:00 PM- The Cub Pack
running group for K-2 at
the Huron United Methodist
Church. All are welcome.
6:30 PM- YarnWorks at the
Huron Public Library. All are
welcome.
6:30-7:15 PM- Junior Rockin
Readers for grades 3-4 at the
Huron Public Library. Regis-
tration required.
7:15-8:00 PM- Senior Rockin
Readers for grades 5-6 at the
Huron Public Library. Regis-
tration required.
Thurs, Sep 5
3:30-6:30 PM- Farmers
Market at the Boat Basin
parking lot.
5:00-6:00 PM- Digital
Downloads for Tablet Users
at the Huron Public Library.
Registration required.
7:00-8:00 PM- Digital Down-
loads for e-Reader Users
at the Huron Public Library.
Registration required.
6:30 PM- The Year of Italian
Culture Film Series at the
Huron Public Library- Cinema
Paradiso.
If you would like your
event listed in the
Community Calendar,
contact Lisa Yako at
lyako@bex.net.
Community Calendar
Attention parents of boys in the frst through ffth
grade in the Huron City Schools.If your son likes
to camp, fsh, shoot bows & arrows, launch rockets
and enjoy building things, then scouting may be for
him. Mr. Jeff Vanderpool, District Executive, of the Boy
Scouts of America, stopped by the schools this week
to give grade level presentations to the potential
young scouts.
Cub Scout Pack 31 will be holding an Open House/
Fall Registration Night on Thursday, August 29th at
7:00 pm at the First Presbyterian Church in Huron. A
Heart of Ohio Council representative will be present
to collect the Boy Scouts of America registration dues.
Register now through December 2014 for $30.00 and
receive Boys Life Magazine through December 2014
for an additional $12.00.
The First Presbyterian Church has been the sponsor
for Cub Scout Pack 31 for the past 61 years. Activities
Pack 31 has participated in over the years include:
Heart of Ohio Council Encampments, Popcorn Sale,
District Boo Trail & Hay Ride, Family Holiday Skating
Party, Pinewood Derby, Armstrong Air/Space Over-
night, Fishing Derby and Memorial Day Services just
to name a few.
Stop out at the Presbyterian Church in Huron on
Thursday evening to learn more.
Cub Scout Fall Registration
Open House Thursday,
August 29th
A Whole New World.Caryl Crane Youth Theatre is pre-
senting, for the frst time ever, its Fall Repertory season,
featuring the Disney favorites Aladdin & Camp Rock,
September 515, 2013, in the McBride Auditorium on
BGSU Firelands Campus.
All of your favorite animated characters are onstage
in Disneys Aladdin, the fun-for-the-whole-family stage
adaptation of the Disney hit flm. Filled with magic, may-
hem, and showcasing our talented 8-12 year old actors,
singers & dancers, Aladdin is sure to have audiences
spirits soaring with excitement. Most of all, the tuneful,
Academy award-winning score, with songs including A
Whole New World and Friend Like Me, will certainly
make this musical a favorite for many years to come!
Aladdin plays September 6 & 13 at 7:30 pm and Sep-
tember 7, 8, 14 & 15 at 2:00 pm. For tickets, call 419-372-
0747, beginning Tuesday, September 3 at 1 pm.
Disneys Camp Rock, featuring the CCYT Teen Board,
brings together the music from two Disney Channel
Original Movie musicals Camp Rock 1 & 2: The Final
Jam. A fun summer at rock-n-roll camp is interrupted
when a new, fashy camp across the lake pops up and
threatens Camp Rocks very existence. To keep the doors
open, Mitchie steps up, rallies her fellow Camp Rockers,
and gets them into top shape for the ultimate show-
down! This new musical, great for the whole family, fres
up the stage with over a dozen songs, including This Is
Me,Cant Back Down,Its On, and We Rock.Camp
Rock plays September 5, 7, 12 & 14 at 7:30pm, and Sep-
tember 8 & 15 at 6:30 pm. For tickets, call 419-372-0747,
beginning Tuesday, September 3 at 1pm.Featuring 76
students from 18 area schools, The Fall Repertory Sea-
son is directed by Caryl Crane Youth Theatre Artistic Di-
rector Brian Marshall, and alternates performances on
the McBride Auditorium stage in the North Building on
BGSU Firelands Campus September 5-15, 2013. Tickets
range from $4-$10, and can be purchased at the BGSU
Firelands Box Offce, or by calling 419-372-0747. Box of-
fce for both shows opens September 3rd at 1:00 p.m.
Both productions are recommended for children ages 3
and up. Rated G.
More information is available by calling the CCYT Of-
fce at 419.372.0732, or visiting www.frelands.bgsu.
edu/arts/cccyt
Caryl Crane Youth Theatre presents Aladdin & Camp Rock
Morgan M. Tone of Huron has received the NBC Uni-
versal - Buckeye CableSystem Scholarship to attend
Bowling Green State University Firelands College. Tone
will receive $931 towards tuition for the 2013-2014
academic year.
This variable scholarship is available to full- and
part-time students who reside in Erie County and are
graduates or candidates for graduation from any high
school in Erie County. Need is a consideration for this
award.
Tone is a 2008 graduate of St. Marys Central Catholic
High School.
She is a sophomore majoring in middle childhood
education at BGSU Firelands. She is a member of the
National Society of Collegiate Scholars.
She is the daughter of Tygh and Maria Tone of Huron.
For more information about this and other scholar-
ships available at BGSU Firelands, contact Debralee
Divers, director of enrollment management and stu-
dent retention services, at 419-433-5560 or 800-322-
4787. Email: divers@bgsu.edu.
Firelands Regional Medical Cen-
ter is pleased to announce that De-
nao Ruttino has been hired for the
position of Director of Information
Systems. In his roll, Ruttino will be
responsible for the overall manage-
ment of the information services
functions for Firelands Regional
Health System. Ruttino brings with
him 18 years of information technol-
ogy and leadership experience. Most recently, he served
as Chief Technology Offcer and Chief Executive Offcer
of a private information technology organization. Rut-
tino earned his Bachelor of Science in Information Tech-
nology/Security from Western Governors University, has
multiple high-level technical certifcations and an Infor-
mation Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) certif-
cation. In addition, Ruttino served in the United States
Army. He is also an active member of the EHOVE Curricu-
lum Advisory and Norwalk Public Library boards. Ruttino
resides in Bellevue with his wife and two daughters.
Join University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center at
Firelands Regional Medical Center for a free colorectal
cancer awareness program on Saturday, September 14
at 9 am. The program will be held in the atrium of UH
Seidman Cancer Center at Firelands, 701 Tyler Street,
Sandusky.
Troy Haslinger of Life is Good No Matter What, will talk
about the importance of colorectal screenings and how
early detection could have saved his sisters life
Paul Laffay, DO, general surgeon of North Coast Surgi-
cal Associates, will discuss what colorectal cancer is and
screening recommendations
Vinay Gudena, MD, MPH, medical oncologist with UH
Seidman Cancer Center at Firelands, will talk about ge-
netics and family history
and treatment options
Angela Brickner, BSN, RN, Population Health Nurse at
Firelands Regional Medical Center, will discuss ways
healthy eating can decrease the chance of colorectal
cancer
A panel discussion will also be held where audience
members can get their colorectal cancer questions an-
swered. In addition, those in attendance can explore
the infatable Super Colon, a walk-through interactive
educational tool that allows visitors to get a close-up
look at healthy colon tissue, tissue with nonmalignant
colorectal diseases, colorectal polyps and various stages
of colorectal cancer.
Pre-registration is required by calling 419-557-7410. To
learn more about University Hospitals Seidman Cancer
Center at Firelands Regional Medical Center, visit fre-
lands.com/cancer.
Denao Ruttino Selected as
Director of Information Systems
Huron resident receives
scholarship to BGSU Firelands
FRMC to Offer Free Colorectal Cancer Awareness Program
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Christ Episcopal Church
120 Ohio Street, Huron
419-433-4701
10 a.m. worship and
communion services
Sunday School 9 a.m. and
Adult Sunday School 9
a.m.
www.christchurchhuron.
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First Presbyterian
Church
225 Williams Street, Huron
419-433-5018
Summer Worship Hours:
Memorial Day to Labor
Day
8:00 & 9:30 am
Fellowship Hour at 10:30
No Sunday School
Winter Worship Hours:
8:30 & 10:45 Worship
Sunday School at 9:30 am
Fellowship Hour at 11:45
am
Bible Study Mondays at
1:00 pm
Email: churchoffce@
huronpresby.org
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Grace Presbyterian
Church
Kalahari Resort, Nia
Convention Center, Rt.
250, Huron
419-271-1112
graceopchurch@gmail.
com
www.graceop.org
Worship: Sunday 10 a.m.
Holy Trinity Anglican
Church
1608 St. Rt. 113, Milan
419-499-3683
Father Dennis Henkle
Worship and Holy
Communion Sunday
10:00 a.m.
Huron United Methodist
Church
338 Williams St., 419-433-
3984
8:00 a.m. - Praise Service,
Sanctuary with Rev.
Rogers Cherub Chat
9:00 Refreshments in the
Fellowship Hall
10:00 a.m. - Celebration
Service, Sanctuary after
Cherub Chat children
are invited to Childrens
Celebration Service in
Fellowship Hall.
Pastors Cherub Chat at
both services.
6:30 pm - Jr. and Sr. High
Youth Fellowship
Sanctuary and classrooms
handicapped accessible.
Lighthouse Assembly of
God Church
820 Cleveland Road East,
Huron
419-433-8889
www.lighthouseagc.org
Sunday Service 10:45 a.m.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
adult and children
Adult Bible Study 6:30
p.m. on Tuesdays
Youth Group 6 p.m.
Sunday
Food Pantry 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. Wednesdays; 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Thursdays
Food Pantry: 419-616-
0088
Salvation Army Service
Unit 10:30 a.m. to 1:30
p.m. Thursdays by
appointment only.
Salvation Army Services:
419-433-0500
St. Matthew Lutheran
Church
PO Box 774, 15617 Mason
Road, Vermilion, 44089
Rev. Dr. Karl F. Fry, Pastor
440 967 9886
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Twitter: @stmattvermlcms
Sunday Worship: 9:30am
(for June, July and August)
No Sunday School
St. Peter Catholic Church
430 Main Street, Huron,
419-433-5725
www.stpetershuron.org
Mass Schedule
5:00 p.m. Saturday
8:00 a.m. Sunday
10:30 a.m. Sunday
Weekday & Holyday
Masses
Please see the bulletin on
our website
Reconciliation 3:30 to
4:30 p.m. Saturday or by
appointment
The Chapel
4444 Galloway Road,
Sandusky
419-627-0208
www.thechapel.tv/
Saturday Service 5:00 p.m.
Sunday Services at 9:00
a.m. & 11:00 a.m.
Jr. High Youth Group
Sundays during 9 and 11
am church service meet
in the Warehouse/Youth
Room
Sr. High Youth Group
Sunday evenings from
6 to 8pm meet in the
Warehouse/Youth Room.
The Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-Day
Saints
4511 Galloway Road,
Huron
419-626-9860
Bishop: Bill Reed
Sacrament Service
Sundays 9:30 a.m.
Family History Center
Wednesday 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 9
p.m.
Zion Lutheran Church
930 Main Street, Huron
419-433-4711
www.zionhuron.org
8:30 a.m. Sundays
Traditional Worship
Service
10 a.m. family-friendly
contemporary worship,
with Sunday School for
children and teens.
Huron Public Library Hours
Mon - Thurs 9AM - 8:30 PM;
Fri & Sat 9 AM - 5 PM Sun 1 PM - 5 PM
419-433-5009 huron@huronlibrary.org
www.huronlibrary.org
The Board of Trustees of the Huron Public Library
gratefully acknowledges the following donations:
In memory of Larry Zimmer from June Klein, Time Trav-
elers Guide to Elizabethan England by Ian Mortimer.
The Library will be closed Monday, September 2 in
observance of Labor Day. Book drops will remain open.
Normal operating hours will resume Tuesday, Septem-
ber 3 at 9 AM.
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Facebook Fundamentals, Tuesday, September 3, 2:30
3:30 PM, This class is for adults with a basic level of com-
puter competency and is an introduction to the differ-
ent facets of Facebook. Registration required.
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Rockin Readers, Wednesday, September 4, 6:30 7 PM
for Junior Rockin Readers (3rd and 4th graders) 7 7:30
PM for Senior Rockin Readers (5th and 6th graders): This
is a book discussion group for tweens which meets on
the frst Wednesday of each month during the school
year. The frst meeting will be an introduction for old
and new members and a vote for the book to be read
for October. Registration required. Call the library for fur-
ther information.
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YarnWorks, Wednesdays, 6:30 8 PM, Join this group
of enthusiastic knitters and crocheters, sharing their lat-
est creations while helping others learn. All ages are en-
couraged. No registration required.
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Digital Downloads, Thursday, September 5, 6 - 7 PM
for tablet users, 7 - 8 PM for e-reader users: Whether you
use a Nook, a Kindle, an iPad or some other tablet or e-
reader, learn how to download free library books onto
most devices. Digital items have no late fees and you
can get more books wherever you can access the Inter-
net. Take the library with you on your next trip- register
for a class today!
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International Film: Cinema Paradiso Thursday, Sep-
tember 5 at 6:30 PM In a small Italian village, a young
boy is mesmerized by a movie theater and strikes up a
dynamic friendship with its warm-hearted projection-
ist. The flm takes place after World War II and follows
the pairs bittersweet relationship. In Italian with English
subtitles (directed by Giuseppe Tornatore, (1989), 124
Minutes, rated PG)
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The Board of Trustees of the Huron Public Library is ac-
cepting applications for open Board positions. Service
on the Board is voluntary and without compensation.
Completed applications, found on the library website or
for pick up at the library, are due by closing hours on
Friday, September 20, 2013.
Call the library at 419-433-5009, email huron@huron-
library.org or visit www.huronlibrary.org for more infor-
mation. Library hours: Monday Thursday: 9 AM 8:30
PM, Friday Saturday: 9 AM 5 PM, Sunday: 1 5 PM
Are you concerned about the irs targeting peaceful
citizen groups?
Has the level of information gathered by government
on innocent Americans gone too far?
Do you believe our constitution is in danger of extinc-
tion?
Join us for monthly discussions
Wednesday October 2nd, Wednesday November 6th, &
Tuesday December 3rd from 6:30 8:00 Pm at the Huron
Library, downtown Huron, OH
Town Hall Meeting Friday September 6th, at Sandusky
High School from 5:00 - 6:30 pm.
Neighbor to neighbor initiative of Erie County
Meeting at the Library
Woodlands Intermediate
School was recently featured
in the NASA Glenn Research
Center Educational Programs
Offce Educators E-Blast.
Mrs. Leah LaCrosse and her
ffth grade scientists were
featured in the NASA in the
Classroom section of the
quarterly NASA Newsletter
for having participated in nu-
merous hands-on science ac-
tivities inspired by NASA. This
is the frst E-blast (emailed
newsletter) sent out by NASA.
I cannot tell you how much
NASA Glenn professional
development outreach pro-
gram has meant to me and
my students. Each year, they
have inspired me to bring
fun, hands-on science to the
classroom, stated Mrs. Leah
LaCrosse, 5th grade Science
teacher. Several years ago La-
Crosse signed up to be noti-
fed of any training conducted at NASA Glenn Research
Center and at that time she was introduced to Ms. Mon-
ica Boyd, the Educational Resource Center Coordinator,
LaCrosse explained. Everyone should have a Monica on
their resource list.
Boyd has been extremely instrumental in helping La-
Crosse get connected to online resources from NASA
such as webinars, videos and signing out moon samples
as well as she has assisted in fnding funding for the
LEGO Mindstorm Robots. In addition, LaCrosse has been
involved in several training programs at different NASA
facilities over the years. Having specialized training in
the Earth Surface (volcano & core samples), Rockets, En-
gineering Design (2 days this past summer), the Solar
System and the LEGO Mindstorm training, LaCrosse has
been very involved in the programs. The relationship
with NASA has also led to students Skyping with NASA
scientists, explained LaCrosse. Really cool opportunities
have evolved from our relationship, she continued. I
would recommend hooking up with NASA!
In addition to the professional development outreach
program, LaCrosses involvement with NASA has led to
many academic opportunities for the students through
the Casis Education Fellows Program. As part of this pro-
gram, LaCrosse is able to learn frsthand and communi-
cate research being conducted aboard the International
Space Station (ISS). Members of the Casis Fellows Pro-
gram are able to pilot test materials and serve as focus
groups during missions. Later this winter LaCrosse and
her young scientists will have the opportunity to virtu-
ally study Ants in Space aboard the ISS.
With the start of a new school year the 5th grade stu-
dents are very fortunate to have these hands-on scien-
tifc experiences in the classroom. Another one of Mrs.
LaCrosses goals for this year is to focus locally on the
sciences within the Huron community.
Woodlands Science Reaches NASA News
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Thursday, August 29th, 2013
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Huron Varsity
Cheer Squad
2013
1st row: Morgan
ODell, Carolyn Balde,
Molly Galvin, and Han-
nah Neibler; 2nd row:
Christina Rivera, Kali
Czekaj, and Matty Van-
Barg; 3rd row: Zoey
Lehrer, Julia Studer,
Erin Lehrer, and Sarah
Carroll; (Missing from
Photo) Kaitlin Lance
HURON VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM 2013
1st row: Domenic Mayle, Tobin Knight, Ried Roshong, Gus Hinebaugh, Andrew Dowell, Cody Thompson, Nick Mix, Drew Hanley, Spencer Maddox, Leathan Maddix, and Zach Souter;
2nd row: Nick Stauffer, Adam Storer, Danzell Harris, Alex Martin, Nathan Zeck, Pat Dusza, Nick Ernst, Eric Weir, Tommy Bogden, and Eli Blakely; 3rd row: Garrett White, Joe Asberry,
Noah Norcross, Jep Bloor, Austin Campbell, Mason Carmel, Matt Dewey, John Baus, Jason Cobleigh, Tyler Graham, and Karl Bates; 4th row: Cody Myers, Leo Bunting, Dean Dickirson,
Nathan Reinbolt, Donovan Corwin, Austin Johnson, Nic Smercina, Kyle Kovach, Dylan Adams, and Sean Eirons; 5th row: Kevin Stapanian, Will Springer, Josh Digman, Nathan Burlovich,
Tyler Kleinhans, James Faunda, Michael Huddleston, Wyatt Myers, Grant Ferrell, Damien Bellamy, and Tommy King; 6th row: Landon Hohler, Jimmy Harkelroad, Chase Mosijowsky,
James Dixon, Tyler Sasala, Zach Romell, Jarod Mayle, Tony Wilczynski, Luke Lagando, and Abram Fortune; 7th row: (Coaches) Paul Ward, Head Coach Tony Legando, Brett Colahan, John
Zadell, Trainer Bill Kovach, Jim Bollenbacher, and Sam Hohler
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1st row: Rachel Stadler, Aubrey Baumler; 2nd row: Gabriella Bauthier, Pri-
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Ashtyn Stadler, Kylie Greulich, Rafaella Gioffre, Allie Lenyo, and Coach Jeff
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Huron Boys Golf Team 2013
1st row: Thomas Hufnagle, Bryson Mansor, Brandon Bess, Max Martin,
Rikki Tannaki, Sam Sluga, Keegan Bollenbacher, and Alex Klein; 2nd row:
Coach Tom Bollenbacher, Pierce Majoy, Kegan Lobsinger, Jack Kilbury,
Jack Springer, Jim Jensen, Eric Myles, Michael Delahunt, Jake Lehrer, and
Asst. Kevin Bible
Huron Girls Cross Country Team 2013
1st row: Brittany Rowen, Alison Litz, Madi Mize, Sammy Hebert, and Liz
Delamatre; 2nd row: Sarah Neibler, Kellie Huffman, Kate Will, Jenna Bur-
rier; 3rd row: Brooke Roeder, Amy Opfer, Asst. Kelly VanCauwenbergh,
Coach Megan Bucher, Asst. Roger Blevins, Cassandra Dircks, and Cassidy
Boger; (Missing from photo) Hannah Blackwell and Maddie Portteus
Huron Boys Cross Country Team 2013
1st row: Sean Martin, Jacob Fries, Shane Thatcher, Ryan Opfer, Graham
Mast, and Elijah Hart; 2nd row: Ryan VanCauwenbergh, Nick Swope, Asst.
Kelly VanCauwenbergh, Coach Megan Bucher, Asst. Roger Blevins, Bren-
nan Cockrell, and Nick Lachowyn; (Missing from photo) Kevin Tomczyk
Huron Girls Tennis Team 2013
1st row: Hannah Digman, Kelsey Ohm, Diana Chaban, Ali Kopp, and Mag-
gie Nelson; 2nd row: Samantha Fantozzi, Abbey Black, Delaney Black, Alee
Faulkner, Colleen Allen, and Morgan Bertsch; 3rd row: Coach Julie Wood-
ard, Oona Aaltonen, Emily Dewey, Frankie Reiber, Lilly Justus, Elizabeth
Mills, and Kassie Hamilton
Huron Boys Soccer Team 2013
1st row: Deryk Wray, Nathan Zeck, Max Martin, Logan Weber, Nick Hern-
er, Shane Thatcher, and Blake Wysocki; 2nd row: Trayjen Rarden, Carlos
Flores, Cameron Calderon, Benji Battiste, Oshae Vonthron, Jack Dwyre,
and Mitchell Chapman; 3rd row: Ben Langan, Jacob Dawkins, Aaron
Brummett, Joe Hamilton, Austin Rathbun, and Larry Pisano; 4th row: Kris
Horman, Head Coach Matt Asher, Desmond Aaron, Ben Schoewler, Pat-
rick Dusza, Colt Bickley, Jocob Wise, Kevin Stapanian, and Will Wiseman;
(Missing from photo) Zach Stauder, Seth Horvath, Asst. Coaches Ryan
Manner, Sam Kudrin, and Bruce Molnar
Huron Girls Soccer Team 2013
1st row: Kathleen Milchen, Jordan Prosser, Rylee Stradtman, Hollie Muel-
ler, Shannon Hughes, and Courtney Thorne; 2nd row: Abby Wiseman,
Taylor Cheatham, Amanda Vacca, Libby Vacca, and Yavay Fafik; 3rd row:
Coach Justin Kijowski, Bailey Gadd, Kiersten Hammond, Monika Giardi-
ana, Audra Wisehart, Alexis Brady, Jessica Carroll, Asst. Jon Kijowski, and
Asst. Sarah Baker
Huron Varsity Volleyball Team 2013
1st row: Hannah Miller, Elaina Hemker, Riley Strickland, Morgan Bollen-
bacher, Allie Grendow, and Gabriella Wood; 2nd row: Sarah Schoelwer,
Morgan Welborn, Maddie McCarthy, Madi Orzech, and Hannah Cantrill; 3rd
row: Asst. Shawn Rice, Keith Lobsinger, Addie Wisehart, Hadley Sterett,
Megan McCarthy, Piper Miedema, Shawn Patton, and Head Coach Don
Wood
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Last Friday night the Huron Tiger football squad host-
ed the young men from Bucyrus High School for both
teams fnal tune-up of the year. The Tiger offense, led
by senior standout Cody Thompson, seemed to score at
will with its high octane, passing offense. However, the
Tigers have a tough non-conference schedule facing
them this year. Their season starts Friday with hard hit-
ting Elyria Catholic on the road, followed by the always
tough Bellevue Redmen.
Anyone for Some Football?
The Huron High School Cross Coun-
try team competed in their frst meet of
the season this past Saturday. All of the
teams hard work and focus was evident
as they ran at The Tiger Classic, hosted by
Seneca East High School.
The Womens Team placed 4th overall,
with two runners receiving awards to
kick off the fall racing season. Junior Madi
Mize led the way fearlessly, snagging 2nd
place overall in the womens race with
a PR of 20:06 minutes! Freshman Sarah
Neibler earned a medal for 25th place
with a time of 22:34, and her classmate
Jenna Burrier was close behind in 32nd
in 22:48. Junior Sammy Hebert was 4th
in for the Tigers, followed by Senior Liz
Delamatre, Sophomore Hannah Black-
well, and Junior Alison Litz. The Womens
JV Open Race was full of inspiring perfor-
mances from frst time 5K racers! First in
for the Tigers was Freshman Cassandra
Dircks, followed by some teamwork rac-
ing by Senior Cassidy Boger and Fresh-
man Maddie Portteus. Freshmen Brooke
Roeder and Kate Will also completed
their frst ever 5K race at the high school
level. All represented themselves and
their school well!
The Mens Team placed 11th out of 21
teams in the meet, with the top two run-
ners being recognized by awards. The
Tigers were led by Senior Kevin Tomczyk,
who cruised in to fnish 15th for the Ti-
gers in 17:13. Senior Ryan VanCauwen-
berg completed his frst Varsity 5K in
17:39, placing 22nd, followed by Senior
Brennan Cockrell, who ran an amazing
race and fnished in 18:34. Junior Sean
Martin came in 84th with a time of 19:57,
and Sophomore Jacob Fries ran his PR of
21:01. Junior Nick Lachowyn and Sopho-
more Nick Swope rounded out the top 7,
completing their frst Varsity 5K. In the
JV Open race, Elijah Hart showed what it
means to never give up, as he fnished his
frst 5K, as well. The mens team has their
sights set high this season!
The Tigers will race at the Ashland Invite
this Saturday. For more details, see the
Huron Tigers Cross Country Facebook
page.
Huron Cross Country Runs First Meet of the Season
Huron loves its volleyball and another
season started this weekend in typi-
cal Don Wood fashion...the young team
faced off against one of the largest and
most consistent powers in Ohio. And
while the Lady Tigers fell 15-25, 25-21,24-
26,25-23,13-15, there will be valuable les-
sons taken away that will turn this loss
into a win.
Kat Ferrell left a huge hole in the front
line to fll when she departed for Appa-
lachian State, but there will be new stars
to cheer on. Juniors Hadley Sterett and
Hannah Cantrill (14 & 13 kills respec-
tively) have matured into ferce attackers.
Cantrill also served up four aces. On de-
fense, seniors Piper Miedema (5) and Me-
gan McCarthy (4) led the team in blocks.
Six young women hit double fgures
in digs including Alli Grendow, Hadley
Sterett, Elain Hemker, Gabriella Wood, R.
Strickland, and Hannah Cantrill (with 19).
Two fresh faced freshmen to watch are
Alli Grendow and Gabriella Wood. They
led the team in assists 20 and 21 a piece.
Come out and support this young team
as it develops into another State con-
tender.
At Left: Junior Hadley Sterret will help lead
the Tiger attack this year.
Lady Tigers Fall to Findlay in Five
Schools
Thursday, August 29th, 2013
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Monday September 2
Labor Day No School
Tuesday September 3
Choose 1
French Toast Sticks, Sausage
Links, Peanut Butter & Jelly
Sandwich
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Tantalizing Tator Tots, Fresh
Veggie Bowl Ranch or Hum-
mus Dip, Fresh Fruit Choice,
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Wednesday September 4
Choose 1
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Garden Salad, Fresh Veggie
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Oranges & Pineapple, Fresh
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Thursday September 5
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Hot Dog or Footlong on Wheat
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Cheesey Potatoes, Fresh Veg-
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Monday September 2
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Tuesday September 3
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Wednesday September 4
Fiesta Sticks or Turkey &
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A group of ten EHOVE students joined more than high school students and advisors from
high schools throughout Ohio at Hocking College from July 15-19 for the SkillsUSA Summer
Leadership Conference. Students received the necessary training to lead their local chapter
of SkillsUSA for the year with activities including a creed challenge, leadership sessions, team
building, community service project and competitions. Daily activities included: a Creed
Challenge, Leadership Sessions, Team-Building Course, Community Service Project and Com-
petitions.Throughout the week, students worked to earn their Statesman Award. This award
is to recognize team members who have demonstrated leadership skills and mastered cer-
tain requirements in leadership training. Those earning the award from EHOVE including the
following students and instructors:

First Name Last Name EHOVE Program Partner School
Keri-Ellen Armbrecht Health Careers Perkins
Dakota Bennett Forensic Science Norwalk HS
Haleigh Collins Forensic Science Monroeville HS
Hannah Ferry Criminal Justice Vermilion HS
Brandon Garza Industrial Tech Huron HS
Amanda Jester Forensic Science Bellevue HS
Mary Kaman Criminal Justice Margaretta HS
Dylan Koch Criminal Justice Sandusky HS
Owen Neal Visual Media Tech Norwalk HS
Anthony Stieber Diesel Tech Monroeville HS
Instructor Fay Felske Health Tech Instructor
Instructor Randy Hammill Diesel Tech Instructor

In order to earn the Statesmans Award, students participated in SkillsUSA leadership and
competitive events sponsored in part by the Ohio Army National Guard and Hocking Col-
lege. The students joined the Glouster Volunteers, a group of residents of this once-thriving
coal-mining town, who are working to spruce up the community and literally paint the town.
The students and instructors continued their work from last year by painting over 15 homes
through a large geographic area. Founder Jim Cotter, 81, started the painting project to al-
leviate his grief following the death of his wife last year. He wanted to occupy his mind and
his time by working to improve his community. Students
also worked on community service projects like landscap-
ing, light construction, cleanups and painting projects spon-
sored in part by Toolbox for Education grants from Lowes
Charitable and Educational Foundation. SkillsUSA is a part-
nership of students, teachers and industry working together
to ensure America has a skilled workforce. The Ohio chapter
provides its 31,500+ career-technical education members,
which includes many EHOVE students, the opportunity to
participate in local, regional, state and national competitive
events, and encourages students to give back to the com-
munity through various community service activities.
Front: Amanda Jester. Middle: Dakota Bennett, Mary Kaman, Haleigh
Collins, Hannah Ferry, Keri-Ellen Armbrecht. Back: Brandon Garza, An-
thony Stieber, Owen Neal, Dylan Koch.
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Join Firelands 55+ Club on Wednesday,
September 4 for Morning Coffee from
8 - 10 am. Morning Coffee will be held
at Firelands Regional Medical Centers
South Cam-
pus, Com-
m u n i t y
Re s our c e
Room. The
f ol l owi ng
screenings
will be available:
Free Blood Pressure Screening
Free Blood Sugar Screening
Cholesterol Screening for $7.00
Total Lipid Profle for $17.00 (12-Hour
Fast)
Appointments are not necessary for the
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557-7722.

Senior citizens and EHOVE. They make a good pair.
For the last ten years or so, local seniors have enjoyed
EHOVEs Senior Citizen Fall Festival. Its a good deal and
a good time. EHOVE Ambassadors host the event, stu-
dents in the Color Guard open the event, Culinary Arts
students plan, prepare and serve a tasty lunch, local mu-
sicians provide the entertainment, and everyone leaves
with a door prize or small memento of the day.
This year, EHOVEs Senior Citizen Fall Festival is
Wednesday, September 19
and Thursday, September
20 from 11 am-12:30 pm in
F Building on EHOVEs cam-
pus at 316 W. Mason Road.
Tickets are $5 per person,
must be purchased in ad-
vance, and are good only
for one of the event dates
chosen by the purchaser in
advance.
Interested seniors should
buy tickets early. A limited
number are available and
will only be sold until Sep-
tember 14, unless they are
sold out earlier. More infor-
mation and tickets are avail-
able by contacting Kathy
Schenk at (419) 627-9665
x270 or (419) 499-4663
x270.
EHOVE Career Center is a
leading career tech school
in Milan Township. This high
school and adult education
facility draws students from
a variety of locales, and serves multiple school districts
in Erie, Huron and Ottawa Counties. Students are given
the opportunity to take challenging academic classes in
a customized and relevant curriculum, and gain hands-
on training and real world experience to prepare them
for college, a specifc career, or the military. For more in-
formation, go to www.EHOVE.net or call 419-499-4663
x232.
Culinary Arts student Kenny Finch (Monroeville HS) brings a tray of food
prepared by Culinary Arts students out to last years Senior Citizen Fall Fes-
tival attendees.
Senior Citizen Fall Festival at EHOVE
Free Screenings
at Morning Coffee
Forensic Science student Jessica Talbott (New
London HS) escorts her grandmother, Laura
Blakeslee of Vermilion into the event.
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