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Riverside Class of 1964


The Riverside High School Class of 1964 recently conducted a weekend of activities that coincided  with the annual DeGraff-Riverside Alumni Banquet and also convened at the Whitmore House and  hosted a Sunday picnic in the park. Class members present for the photo include, from the left, first  row: Carol Taylor Lefever, Carol Jean Cox Plunkett, Shirley Hanks King, Arlene Hurley Titus, Charlotte  Stryker Hildebrant, Ginny Hittepole Myers and Kay Schmidt McMillen; second row: Margaret Clayson  Graves, Judy Kaeck Carr, Phyllis McPherson Jerviss, JoAnn Carpenter Adams, Susan Koogler Kishler  and Rita Thornton Helmandollar; third row: Jim Cox, Mike Melhorn, Bob Donald, Paul Snow, John  Slater and Ron Helmlinger; and fourth row: Wendell Stevenson, Bill Ward, Tom Hahn, Jerry Beatty,  Dale Ward, Don Cordrey, Rick Niece and Gary Comer.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 June 2014

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Stepping stones


Campers with the Hilliker YMCA’s Camp Trailblazers Summer Camp carefully step on rocks across a waterway at the Glen Helen Nature Preserve in Yellow Springs during a field trip Thursday. The camp continues through August, with a number of field trips planned and different themes each week, including “Lake Life,” “Celebrate America,” “Splish Splash” and “Games Galore.” (PHOTO | HILLIKER YMCA)

Last Updated on Saturday, 14 June 2014

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“Selfies at Buckeye Boys State? Sure, why not,” Gov. John Kasich wrote Thursday on his Facebook page. Joining the governor, third from left in the selfie shot were Indian Lake High School senior Alex Bozman, top left, and other BBS participants. (FACEBOOK PHOTO | VIA COLLEEN BODIN)

Last Updated on Friday, 13 June 2014

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Safety Town determination


Miah Carman speeds through an intersection Wednesday afternoon at the 53rd annual Safety Town sponsored by the Exchange Club and located behind the Mac-A-Cheek Learning Center, 1130 W. Sandusky Ave. It is open to all county children who are entering kindergarten in the fall. Local law enforcement officers train young children in pedestrian safety, traffic signals and signs, fire safety, good and bad touching, avoiding strangers in vehicles and hazards of drug abuse. The program is conducted over four to five days and continues the next four weeks. (EXAMINER PHOTO | HALEY COOPER)

Last Updated on Thursday, 12 June 2014

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ILES kicks off summer reading program


Fisherwoman Frieda and Eartha B. Worm visited the Indian Lake Elementary School at the end of the school year to kick off the school’s summer reading program.

The presenters noted that by reading over the summer, students typically maintain or improve their current reading level. Each student received a summer reading log, which they can turn in during the fall to receive prizes, such as sunglasses, a new book, an extra recess or an ice cream sundae treat.

Last Updated on Friday, 06 June 2014

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Health fair presented at Calvary Christian


Calvary Christian School students in grades 1-3 recently participated in a health fair presented by the Bellefontaine Fire Department and Mary Rutan Hospital.

Nancy Harmon hosted a session with “Billy Bones” to explain the different bones in the body and how to keep them healthy. Cari Yoder taught the importance of fitness through a whole body experience of rock, paper scissors.

Students toured the inside of an emergency squad with the Bellefontaine Fire Department firefighters Ben Kenndy and Bryce Goodrich. Healthy snacks were provided by Amy Jones, who explained the importance of vitamins and healthy food choices.

Last Updated on Friday, 06 June 2014

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Tiger royalty

WLSHS-Prom-RoyaltyWest Liberty-Salem High School royalty was crowned during prom at the Cheetah Lounge in Urbana on May 17. Pictured, from the left, are Prince Maverick Aldo, Princess Hayden Erwin, Queen Carly Lowry and King Kyle Crawford. (PHOTO | WL-SALEM)

Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 June 2014

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Goody’s donates to Sigma Phi Gamma effort


Members of the local Nu Beta Chapter of Sigma Phi Gamma International Sorority recently partnered with Goody’s for the retail company’s 30 Days of Giving campaign, which helped to raise more than $1,000 for several local projects.

Across the country, the campaign supported organizations that make a positive impact in their communities.
During March, Nu Beta members sold Goody’s discount cards for a donation, which were added to donations from area customers and associates.

The financial donation from Goody’s will benefit three Nu Beta supported-efforts — Logan County Weekday Religious Education, the Backpack Project that supplies meals for local children, and Relay For Life.

Sigma Phi Gamma is a friendship and service sorority whose members give hands-on and financial support to many individuals and charitable causes, both through local chapters and on the national level.

The Bellefontaine Goody’s store manager recently Norma Jean Jones presented a check to Nu Beta members Jayne McAdams, KimberLee Kinney, Cindy Titus, Diane Hager, Shirley Meeker and Mary Ransbottom. Other Nu Beta members include Missy Gantner, Marj Branch, Ceila Lange, Nancy Forsythe and Julie Schrader.

Last Updated on Friday, 30 May 2014

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