History in the making

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Students from the Mac-A-Cheek Learning Center in Bellefontaine took a field trip this week to watch the work at the Logan County Courthouse tower. 

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RTC Industries senior program celebrates veterans

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The RTC Industries seniors program celebrated Veterans Day this week with a program featuring area veterans, who shared their memories from the different wars in which they served. 
 
The seniors decorated the room with a patriotic theme and served pie and ice cream to their guests.
 
The veterans also were offered a tour of the RTC Industries production area. Many of the RTC associates took the opportunity to shake hands and thank the veterans for their service. (PHOTOS SUBMITTED)

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Towering leaders

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Participants at the Leaders in Action Day Monday at the Bellefontaine First Church of God, 1000 E. Brown Ave., create balloon towers that nearly stretched to the ceiling of the gymnasium during team-building activities led by Jim Sextone from YMCA Camp Willson. High school students from Bellefontaine, Benjamin Logan, Indian Lake, Riverside, Calvary Christian and the Ohio Hi-Point Career Center attended the day-long annual event, where they divided into groups based on their results from a career questionnaire and also heard from local leaders. The Midwest Regional Educational Service Center coordinated the leadership program that began in 2001, and the Bellefontaine Rotary Club has sponsored the event for the past three years. (EXAMINER PHOTO | MANDY LOEHR) 

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Baby sings the blues

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Fourteen-month-old Malcolm Long listens with fascination as Miss Marie Spinosa and other members of Professor Louie and the Crowmatix belt out a blues tune Thursday evening in the front dining room of 600 Downtown pizzeria. The restaurant donated 50 percent of the profits from its fourth anniversary event to the Holland Theatre, where the Grammy nominated Woodstock, N.Y., band was started by Aaron “Professor Louie” Hurwitz (on accordion) and performs a full set beginning at 7:30 p.m. tonight at the Holland. Tickets are available at the door for $12 or $17 per seat. “Professor Louie” worked nearly two decades with The Band and its individual members. (EXAMINER PHOTO | REUBEN MEES)

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Indian Summer ride

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Motorcyclists were out, car windows were down and shorts were still comfortable Wednesday in downtown Bellefontaine where Christmas decorations adorn light posts as area residents enjoyed temperatures into the 70s. It’s expected to continue today, with rain and cooler temperatures expected Friday. (EXAMINER PHOTO | JOEL E. MAST)

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