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Happy hunting

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Hundreds of children scooped up some 16,000 filled Easter eggs Saturday at Russells Point Church of God during the annual hunt sponsored by the Russells Point Neighborhood Watch, Russells Point Police Department and the church. (EXAMINER PHOTO | RICK PITTS)

Last Updated on Monday, 21 April 2014

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Bank donates books to ILES library

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Indian Lake Elementary students recently were treated to a surprise book donation from the Richwood Banking Company in Huntsville.
The bank conducted a book drive to recognize the birthday of Dr. Seuss, asking bank patrons to donate books. Customers donated a variety of book genres, such as Junie B. Jones chapter books, Dr. Seuss rhyming books, and beginning reader ABC books. The books will be added to the ILES library collection.
Richwood Banking associates Dana Fullerton, Brenda Moots, and “Buzz the Bee,” played by Nicole Daniels, presented the books to ILES student council members.

Last Updated on Friday, 18 April 2014

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ILES students chosen as bicycle winners

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Indian Lake Elementary School second-grader Chloe Sparks and kindergarten student Noah Shank each were selected in drawing during a Laker Zone assembly to receive a new bicycle.
A total of 154 students in grades K-4 were eligible for this perfect attendance drawing for the quarter. Students cannot be tardy or miss a single day to be included in the listing.
Funding for the bicycles is provided by a student magazine fundraiser that is conducted during the fall. All proceeds from the magazine sales benefits the students in various ways, including the purchase of Laker Zone T-shirts for those students who follow the Laker Zone rules.

Last Updated on Friday, 18 April 2014

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Animal adventures

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Calvary Christian School kindergarten students and teacher Lindsey Spears visited Page Mays’ home near Zanesfield as part of their science and world history curriculum. Mr. Mays explained the various types of animals that are exhibited in his home and how many of the animals are from different parts of the world. He also spoke about the different cultures and people he encountered on his excursions. (PHOTO | CALVARY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL)

Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 April 2014

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Happy hunting

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Brookelyn Oaks, 2, of Bellefontaine, tumbles Humpty Dumpty style as she collects eggs April 12 at High Point Harley-Davidson’s Easter egg hunt. Additional egg hunts are set Saturday as follows: Russells Point Church of God — 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Riverside community — 3 p.m. Riverside school yard; Exchange Club of Bellefontaine — noon, Mary Rutan Park on Williams Avenue (children up to age 6 south of Williams and ages 7 to 12 north of Williams); Indian Lake Community Church — 11 a.m. ILCC fellowship hall; Bellefontaine First Assembly of God — 5 to 7 p.m., 2833 S. U.S. Route 68, and Monroe Community Church — noon, 6458 County Road 29, Pickrelltown. (EXAMINER PHOTO | REUBEN MEES)

Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 April 2014

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CCS students compete at ACSI art, music event

Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 April 2014

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Jumping for joy

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Scores of children jumped for joy Saturday during the annual Indian Lake Elementary School Spring Fling carnival. (EXAMINER PHOTO | RICK PITTS)

Last Updated on Monday, 14 April 2014

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CELEBRATION OF THE ARTS

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ABOVE: A joint choir comprised of students from Benjamin Logan, Indian Lake and Riverside schools performs Friday during the annual Logan County Art and Music Festival at Benjamin Logan High School. The choir was under the guest direction of Dr. James Tipps, a professor from Wright State University with selections that included Christe Adoramus te, Keep Your Lamps and Wana Baraka. FRONT PAGE PHOTO: Indian Lake student Meagan Thompson points out artwork to her friends, Lindsey Thompson, far left, and Holly Seeley, that she created for the annual Logan County Art and Music Festival staged Friday at Benjamin Logan High School. The event featured students’ artwork from Indian Lake, Riverside and Benjamin Logan schools. (EXAMINER PHOTOS | NATE SMITH)

Last Updated on Saturday, 12 April 2014

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