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A featured quilt, Memoir, at Saturday’s Adriel School’s quilt auction has a top made of 4,250 pieces by Eve Haupt, of Bloomington, Ind. The Union Center Amish from Nappanee, Ind., completed the quilt. The weekend starts today with a preview of all 91 quilts and other items up for auction, a mini auction at 6:30 p.m. and entertainment from the Mad River Theater Works at 7:15 p.m. Saturday kicks off at 8 a.m. with breakfast and the auction at 10 a.m. (EXAMINER PHOTO | JOEL E. MAST)

Last Updated on Friday, 18 October 2013

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Academic honors


Thirteen students were recently inducted into the Indian Lake Middle School Academic Hall of Fame. Pictured are, from the left, first row: Emma Powers, William Mitchell Schwieterman, Victoria Wauben, Katlyn Bowsher, Andrew Hulbert and Dalton Faler; and second row: Emily Walters, Nate Kaffenbarger, Rachel Kimmel, Tyler Reprogle, Alex Jacobs, Dylan Albright and Molly Schulz. In order to be eligible for this honor, students must maintain a 3.8 GPA, a 98 percent attendance rate, not have any excessive discipline issues, and have been enrolled at ILMS 70 percent of the semesters during grades 5 through 8. (PHOTO | INDIAN LAKE SCHOOLS)

Last Updated on Friday, 18 October 2013

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Tuneful tradition


A fall tradition continues this year at Indian Lake High School, where the marching band makes its way through the hallways during the  last 15 minutes of school each Friday during football season. As they play the Laker Fight Songand staff and students line the hallways,  school spirit is raised to a whole new level and they create an environment of high expectations for the game, school officials state. (PHOTO | INDIAN LAKE SCHOOLS)

Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 October 2013

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CCS poster winners rewarded by firefighters


Firefighters with the Bellefontaine Fire Department recently visited Calvary Christian School to conclude a fire safety poster contest.


CCS students in grades 3-4 who won the contest were rewarded with a pizza party and ride in the fire truck. Those students included Brooklyn Horner, Abby Jenkins, Peyton Knight, Isaac Reinhard, Blake Wish and Emma Patton.
In addition, poster winners for grades K5 through 2 included Ronan Slemmons, Marina Fox, Ailyn Martin, Christian Rogan, Kari Gantz, Kayla Sellars, Owen Sellars, Evan Patton and Jace Caudill.


Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 October 2013

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Raider NHS tapping


Benjamin Logan High School recently conducted National Honor Society tapping ceremonies at the  school. New members are, from the left, first row: honorary members Mary Peitsmeyer, Shari Rice and  Dana Henry, and NHS members Alex Brewer, Brady Bechtel, Todd Coleman, Mack Horton, Tayler  Rose, Brittany Burton, Jenna Hardin, Kessie Rose, and Ian Fogle; second row: Alexis Oakes, Timon  Mannings, Isaac Bednarki, Logan McPherson, Haley Gibson, Shelby Greer, Carrie Leese, David  Watson, Taylor Miller, Hailey Thomas, Davis Bowers and Jessica Rutan; and third row: Katharine  Adams, Haley Baker, Caitlyn Baird, Catherine Sullivan, Krystal Null, Tesia Deardurff, Hannah Craig,  Josh Hardman, T.J. Fink, Josh Hill, Austin Cline, Kylee Gill, Darien King and Camille Watson. Selection  for National Honor Society is based on the criteria of scholarship, leadership, service and character.  Formal inductions take place at the NHS County Banquet Oct. 22 at Indian Lake High School.

Last Updated on Monday, 14 October 2013

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ILHS SADD officers named


Peers have selected 2013-14 officers for the Indian Lake High School SADD chapter. They are, from left, kneeling: Patricia Van Oss, member at large; and Ashley Wall, treasurer; and standing: Aunna Osborne, president; Brianna Beaty, secretary; and Tyler Butterfield, vice president. Indian Lake High School and SADD are committed to keeping students safe on the road and are participating in Celebrate My Drive, with a chance to win $100,000 and possibly a concert by Grammy award winner Kelly Clarkson. Students can commit to the chapter goal by logging into between Oct. 18 and 26.

Last Updated on Saturday, 12 October 2013

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Riverside FFA officers attend legislative conference

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The Riverside FFA Officer Team attended the second annual Ohio FFA Legislative Leadership Conference at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus.  
Participants included Cierra Rhoads, Molly Harshbarger, Bill Walter, Ashlyn Cox and Lindsay Hall.
The conference began with a presentation by a spokesman for the Ohio Farm Bureau about how FFA members can influence their elected officials on agricultural issues. Members also participated in a political simulation conducted by the vice president of the Farm Bureau.
Riverside FFA officers had the opportunity to tour the statehouse, including the House of Representatives and Senate Chamber. At the end of the day, the FFA officers ate lunch with elected officials and listened to remarks by the Ohio FFA Officer Team.

Last Updated on Thursday, 10 October 2013

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Raider royalty


Benjamin Logan High School observes homecoming Friday, with a parade beginning at 6:30 p.m. and the announcement of the queen and king from the eight candidates prior to the football game with Urbana. Members of the court include, from the left, Tyler Berry and Allie Wilson, freshman attendants; Spencer Bycynski and Tyler Burk, sophomore attendants; David Wenger, Caitie Johnson, Jeremy Brisson, Miranda Batton, Taylor Quay, Beau Swank, Rachel Chiles and Jacob Smith, king and queen candidates; and Hailey Thomas and Davis Bowers, junior attendants.

Last Updated on Thursday, 10 October 2013

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