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Inside this issue
Around Town
Church Chat
Library • Parks & Rec
Schools • Sports
Huron ChamberSpotlight Business
of the Week 
. 8 N
September 19
, 2013
Nearly 100 golfers braved the blisteringheat on Wednesday, Sept. 11 in the Hu-ron Chamber of Commerce’s 17th annualDon Billman Golf Outing at ThunderbirdHills North. They were treated to a steak dinner with all the trimmings that wasprepared by Chef Kenn Peterson of theAngry Bull Steakhouse. The scramble isone of the Chamber’s major fundraisereach year.A moment of silence was observedprior to the shotgun start in commemo-ration of three Chamber members andfriends who died this past year and thethousands who died in the 9-11 tragedy. They include” John Clark, a longtimemember of the Chamber board and thebest “Santa” ever; Sarah Boos, a veteranChamber volunteer; and Wally Ziegler,a fun-loving guy who played in manyChamber golf outings.
First Place: Team Klaus , 531. Bill Klaus2. Ryan Klaus3. Justin Diemer4. Ross ForberSecond Place: Team Wilkes & Co., 591. Glen Ginesi2. Dave Rengel3. Mike Spacek 4. Terry Hahn Third Place: Team Lillo, 611. Ray Lillo2. Larry\Strugalski
Hole #1 Long Drive – Joel TrainerHole #6 Closest to Pin, 2nd Shot – DougKromerHole #8 Long Drive – Kris FosterHole #9 Longest Putt – David WilberHole #13 Long Drive – Mike SpaffordHole #15 Closest to Pin, 3rd Shot – AndyWhite, with an EagleHole #18 Longest Putt – Mike Spacek 
17th Billman Golf Outing Really Hot Success
The manicured greens and the lush backdrop of trees make the perfect backdrop for agreat day of golf for Dave Giaco, (r.) and his Arby’s – Huron team. From left are Dr. EricMartin, Andre Daigle and Larry Shivak.Bill Klaus’ team captured rst place in the Chamber Scramble with 9 under par. Pic-tured, (l. to r.) are Justin Dierme, Bill and Ryan Klaus and Ross Forber.A large battalion of dedicated golfers braved temperatures in the mid-90’s to competein the Huron Chamber of Commerce’s 17th annual Don Billman Golf Outing last week.With lots of refreshments and a steak dinner awaiting them at the end of the day, theouting was a terric success.
For the month of Oc-tober the Huron Fire De-partment will be wear-ing pink ribbon shirts forbreast cancer awareness.Last year the remen worepink shirts and becauseof public demand theysold shirts and donatedthe money raised to theNorth Coast Cancer Centerfree mammogram clinic. This year, the pink HuronFire Department shirtsare back and available forpurchase at the rehouse. The money made from thepurchases of the shirts willagain go to the free mam-mogram clinic at the NorthCoast Cancer Center.Shirts will be available for$15 in sizes small to 2XL.Checks are to be madepayable to the Huron Fire-ghter Association and or-ders for shirts will be takenuntil Oct. 15.
Huron FireDepartmentPink Shirtsorder form__ S__ M__ L __ XL __ 2XL 
Shirts are $15 each.Please includecheck payable toHuron Fireghter Association.Drop off ordersat re station.
St. Peters FundraiserTaste pizza fromparticipating localrestaurants.
At Mesenburg’s
Cleveland Rd, Huron
Wednesday,September 254:00-8:00pm
Around Town
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Dr. Juwarkar completed her medical educationat India Gandhi Government Medical Collegein Nagpur, India and her residency at ProvidenceHospital in Washington DC. She has joined thepractice of Thomas Williamson, MD, andprovides patients with:
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Diagnosis & treatment of medical conditions
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Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 8 am 4 pm Wednesday: 8 am –6 pm, Friday 8 am –2 pm
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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 physicianbecause she always wanted tomake a difference in the lives of  people when they are sick and work with them to make the process of healing comfortable.
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 Dr. Juwarkar & Dr. Williamson are members of Firelands Physician Group, a multi-specialty group providing primarycare & 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
Thurs, Sept 19
3:30-6:30 PM- Farmer’sMarket at the Boat Basinparking lot.7:00 PM- The Book ExchangeGroup at the Huron PublicLibrary discusses Short Nightsof the Shadow Catchers byTimothy Egan.8:30 PM- Full Moon Floatat The Coupling MetroPark.Those who own their ownpaddle craft are welcome, butplease register.
Fri, Sept 20
6:00-9:00 PM- Big Finperforms at Paper MoonVineyards, Vermilion.6:30-9:30 PM- AcousticScottie performs at Quarry HillWinery, Berlin Heights.
Sat, Sept 21
10:00 AM- Landowner Seriesat Old Woman Creek- Wet-land Invasive Plant Manage-ment. Registration appreci-ated.10:00 AM- Musical Magicwith Debbie Clement at theHuron Public Library. Regis-tration required.6:00-9:00 PM- Lanceperforms at Paper MoonVineyards, Vermilion.6:30-9:30 PM- Frankie &Beans performs at Quarry HillWinery, Berlin Heights.7:30 PM- Opening Night-Firelands Symphony Orchestraat the Sandusky State Theatre.
Sun, Sept 22
2:00 PM- Poetry Reading atFirst Presbyterian Church,Huron. All are welcome.2:00 PM- Revolutionary WarCamp Reenactment at theHuron Boat Basin. All arewelcome.2:00 PM- Sunday AfternoonRide at Dupont Marsh StateNature Preserve. Meet at theDuPont Marsh parking lotfor a ride through the Huronand Berlin Heights townshipcountryside. Bike and helmetrequired.4:00 PM- Go Take a Hikeat Hoffman MetroPark,Berlin Heights. For a HikingBrochure or information call419-625-7783 or visit www.eriemetroparks.org
Mon, Sept 23
7:00 PM- Messages We Don’tAgree With, Rights We ShouldAll Enjoy presented by D.J.Swearingen at the HuronPublic Library.
Tues, Sept 24
6:30 PM- Huron City Council,regular meeting.
Wed, Sept 25
4:00-8:00 PM- Pizza Ex-travaganza at Mesenburg’s,Cleveland Road, W.5:00-6:00 PM- Christ’sCommunity Meal at the FirstPresbyterian Church, Huron.A free meal offered for thosein need by the churches ofHuron.6:00-7:00 PM- The Cub Packrunning group for K-2 atthe Huron United MethodistChurch. All are welcome.6:00 PM- What’s That Tree?at the Frost Center, OsbornMetroPark. Registration ap-preciated.6:30 PM- YarnWorks at theHuron Public Library. All arewelcome.
Thurs, Sept 26
3:30-6:30 PM- Farmer’sMarket at the Boat Basinparking lot.5:00 PM- Evening Kayak Floatat The Coupling MetroPark.Those with their own paddlecraft are welcome but pleaseregister.7:00 PM- Self-Defense forWomen at the Huron PublicLibrary presented by Sgt. TerryGraham.
If you would like your event listed in theCommunity Calendar,contact Lisa Yako at lyako@bex.net.
Community Calendar
Letter to the Editor
 This week I found out my name is shared with some-one from Bradner, Ohio. I learned this when friends,clients, and acquaintances started calling, texting andemailing me about the Michael L. Brumbaugh, age 56,from Bradner that was driving his Harley motorcyclewhile allegedly intoxicated and, for some unknown rea-son, apparently naked. Unfortunately, he crashed andsuffered serious head injuries according to the news-paper. Although I do ride a motorcycle, I ride a Triumph,wear clothes and ride sober. So, it wasn’t me in the ac-cident. I’m ne.I appreciate those who have reached out to me and myfamily out of genuine concern who wanted to doublecheck that it wasn’t me in the accident or mistakenlythought it was me. Of course, most of our friends andfamily knew it wasn’t me, but couldn’t resist calling totease and offer to loan me some clothes!I wish the Michael L. Brumbaugh from Bradner aspeedy recovery.
Sincerely,Michael L. Brumbaugh, Sandusky Attorney 
To the Voters of Huron
 The upcoming election is extremely critical to the fu-ture of the Huron City Schools. After 18 years of serv-ing on the Huron School Board, I feel compelled andobligated to address the taxpayers of the Huron Com-munity. As a life-long citizen of Huron, it has been anhonor representing and serving the people of Huron.During my years on the Board I have had the privilegeof working with many out-standing Board people.Currently there are 7 peo-ple who have placed their“hat in the ring.” From thisgroup I urge your support for 3 excellent candidates, Mr.Kevin Asher, Mrs. Nancy Bulea and Mr. Eric Muehlhauser.I have had the opportunity to serve with both Mr. Asherand Mrs. Bulea and I cannot say enough good thingsabout their dedication and integrity. Coupled with theireducationally-sound and business-like decision-mak-ing, they will bring continuity which will be invaluablein these troubled times. My respect is also endless forEric Muehlhauser, a ne attorney who will complimentMr. Asher and Mrs. Bulea with his expertise. Mr. Muehl-hauser is well-regarded in the Huron Community and isa trusted public servant, witnessed by the different po-sitions he has held in civic organizations, such as Presi-dent and Treasurer. As a practicing attorney, his knowl-edge will be of immense benet to the School Board. The turmoil of the last 18 months has brought need-less stress, hard feelings and a nancial crisis to theHuron School District. Instead of concentrating on thedemands of the School District, the Board Majority haspursued personal agendas, while letting the SchoolBudget spiral out of control. We are now facing majordecit spending and the complete evaporation of our7.8 million dollar surplus by 2015.I have known the Huron taxpayers to be astute, sup-portive of education and generous when they believetheir tax dollars are being responsibly spent. I urge allHuron voters to study the information that will be forth-coming. After you review these details, I am sure youwill see as I do the absolute necessity to have the HuronSchool District and their tax dollars in the capable handsof Mr. Asher, Mrs. Bulea and Mr. Muehlhauser. The Dis-trict’s School Board must have a return to the qualities of respect, competence and true scal effectiveness whichhas been badly missing these past 18 months.
Yours for the Huron Community, John J. Caporini Current Huron School Board Member Term: 2012 to 2015
Letters to the Editor
 The members of the Huron Garden Club will enjoyan outing at Cedar Point, Thursday, September 26. Aguided van tour of the Cedar Point Gardens from 4:00to 6:00 p.m. are in the plans. Following the tour, thosewho desire, will meet at TGI Friday’s, 2003 Cleveland Rd.,Sandusky, for dinner.Members who prefer to car pool are instructed to meetat the Huron Presbyterian Church parking lot, 225 Wil-liams St., no later than 3:15 p.m. in order to depart by3:30 at the latest.Coordinator for this month’s meeting is Relda Nieder-hofer, 419-626-2360.
Huron Garden ClubSeptember 2013 Meeting
National Constitution Week celebrations in Huron Sep-tember 17th – 23rd, started out with bells ringing at 4:00pm on Constitution Day September 17th, 2013.Huron Mayor Rick Schaffter read the Huron City Con-stitution Week Proclamation on the steps of the HuronLibrary. The Churches of Huron took part in a nationwideevent called “Bells Across America”. Christ Episcopal, FirstPresbyterian, Huron United Methodist, Lighthouse As-sembly of God, St. Peter Catholic and Zion LutheranChurches rang their bells at 4:00pm. in honor of the U.S.Constitution and the freedoms we have because of theConstitution. The Presidents Constitution Week Proclamation wasread, and a program on the Constitution followed in theHuron Library. The Huron Public Library and Huron Parks and Recre-ation are sponsoring exciting programs throughout theremainder of the week in honor of the Constitution. Theprograms are open to all Huron citizens as well as sur-rounding communities.Please mark your calendars. Invite your family andfriends, and join the Constitutional celebration.Sunday, September 22 the Huron United MethodistChurch will celebrate Constitution Sunday at the 10:00am service. There will be a Revolutionary War ColorGuard, patriotic music, a video “God made a Patriot”, andspecial message.Sunday, September 22 a Revolutionary War CampReenactment will be held at the Boat Basin from 2:00-4:00pm. Programs include Flintlocks and linear warfareof the 18th century. Revolutionary War uniforms andclothing of the period, Revolutionary War Camp life, andan interactive “Time Line to the Revolutionary War.” Theprograms will be exciting for children as well as adults.Monday September 23rd, to bring to a close Constitu-tion Week celebrations a program on the First Amend-ment will be presented at 7:00pm at Huron Public Li-brary. “Messages we don’t all agree with, Rights we allshould enjoy” will be presented by D.J. Swearingen of Wickens-Herzer-Panza-Cook and Batista. This is a pro-gram you do not want to miss.Whatever you do, please celebrate our United StatesConstitution.
National Constitution Week 
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Church Chat • Milestones
Thursday, September 19th, 2013Huron Hometown News
Christ Episcopal Church
120 Ohio Street, Huron419-433-470110 a.m. worship andcommunion servicesSunday School 9 a.m. andAdult Sunday School 9a.m.www.christchurchhuron.com
First PresbyterianChurch
225 Williams Street, Huron419-433-5018Summer Worship Hours:Memorial Day to LaborDay8:00 & 9:30 amFellowship Hour at 10:30No Sunday SchoolWinter Worship Hours:8:30 & 10:45 WorshipSunday School at 9:30 amFellowship Hour at 11:45amBible Study Mondays at1:00 pmEmail: churchofce@huronpresby.orgwww.rstpresbychurchhuron.org
Grace PresbyterianChurch
Kalahari Resort, NiaConvention Center, Rt.250, Huron419-271-1112graceopchurch@gmail.comwww.graceop.orgWorship: Sunday 10 a.m.
Holy Trinity AnglicanChurch
1608 St. Rt. 113, Milan419-499-3683Father Dennis HenkleWorship and HolyCommunion – Sunday10:00 a.m.
Huron United MethodistChurch
338 Williams St., 419-433-39848:00 a.m. - Praise Service,Sanctuary with Rev.Roger’s Cherub Chat9:00 Refreshments in theFellowship Hall10:00 a.m. - CelebrationService, Sanctuary afterCherub Chat childrenare invited to Children’sCelebration Service inFellowship Hall.Pastor’s Cherub Chat atboth services.6:30 pm - Jr. and Sr. HighYouth FellowshipSanctuary and classroomshandicapped accessible.
Lighthouse Assembly of God Church
820 Cleveland Road East,Huron419-433-8889www.lighthouseagc.orgSunday Service 10:45 a.m.Sunday School 10:00 a.m.adult and childrenAdult Bible Study 6:30p.m. on TuesdaysYouth Group 6 p.m.SundayFood Pantry 9 a.m. to 3p.m. Wednesdays; 10 a.m.to 2 p.m. ThursdaysFood Pantry: 419-616-0088Salvation Army ServiceUnit 10:30 a.m. to 1:30p.m. Thursdays byappointment only.Salvation Army Services:419-433-0500
St. Matthew LutheranChurch
PO Box 774, 15617 MasonRoad, Vermilion, 44089Rev. Dr. Karl F. Fry, Pastor440 967 9886www.lutheransonline.com/stmattvermlcms Twitter: @stmattvermlcmsSunday Worship: 9:30am(for June, July and August)No Sunday School
St. Peter Catholic Church
430 Main Street, Huron,419-433-5725www.stpetershuron.orgMass Schedule5:00 p.m. Saturday8:00 a.m. Sunday10:30 a.m. SundayWeekday & HolydayMassesPlease see the bulletin onour websiteReconciliation 3:30 to4:30 p.m. Saturday or byappointment
The Chapel
4444 Galloway Road,Sandusky419-627-0208www.thechapel.tv/Saturday Service 5:00 p.m.Sunday Services at 9:00a.m. & 11:00 a.m.Jr. High Youth Group –Sundays during 9 and 11am church service meetin the Warehouse/YouthRoomSr. High Youth Group –Sunday evenings from6 to 8pm meet in theWarehouse/Youth Room.
The Church of JesusChrist of Latter-DaySaints
4511 Galloway Road,Huron419-626-9860Bishop: Bill ReedSacrament ServiceSundays 9:30 a.m.Family History CenterWednesday 10 a.m. to 2p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 9p.m.
Zion Lutheran Church
930 Main Street, Huron419-433-4711www.zionhuron.org8:30 a.m. Sundays Traditional WorshipService10 a.m. family-friendlycontemporary worship,with Sunday School forchildren and teens.
William R. Hiatt
 Jul 23, 1924 - Sep 10, 2013
William R. Hiatt, age 89, of Huron, died Tuesday morn-ing, Sept. 10, 2013, in Admiral’s Pointe, Huron. He was bornJuly 23, 1924, in Wilmington, Ohio, and was a resident of Huron since 1967, coming from Hamden, Conn. He was agraduate of the University of Cincinnati in 1950, and re-ceived his master’s degree from Rensselaer PolytechnicInstitute. He retired from New Departure Hyatt in 1986 af-ter 26 years. He was a U.S. Navy veteran and enjoyed bikeriding, wood working, and music. Bill is survived by hiswife, the former Maralyn Yount, to whom he was marriedfor 62 years; daughter, Anne (Gary) Hinton of Huron; son,David (Deborah) Hiatt of Sylvania, Ohio; four grandchil-dren, Megan (Shawn) McClory, Alison Talcott, Matthew(Jamee) Hiatt, and Lisa Hiatt; four great-grandchildren,Sara, Jayna, Jackson, and Maycee; and a brother, Gordon(Aileen) Hiatt of Fort Wayne, Ind. He was preceded indeath by his parents, Russell and Adella Hiatt; and sister,Emily Cornett. Burial will be in Scott Cemetery. In lieu of owers, memorials may be made to Huron Public Library,333 Williams St., Huron, OH 44839.Condolences may be shared with the family at fosterfh.com.
Thomas E. Kennedy
Sep 14, 2013
 Thomas E. Kennedy, 86, of Palm Harbor, Fla., died Satur-day Sept. 14, 2013, in Suncoast Hospice-Palm Harbor. Hewas born in New Castle, Pa., and came to Oldsmar, Fla., in1988 from Huron. He worked for the Baltimore and OhioRailroad Company from 1951-1956, and was a pipe tterfor Ford Motor Co. in Sandusky, retiring in 1986 after 31years. He was a U.S. Navy Veteran during World War II, andalso was a 32nd degree mason and a Shriner. Survivorsinclude his sons, Timothy T. Kennedy (Jewel) of St. Cloud,Fla., Thomas C. Kennedy (Sandra) of Castalia, Alfred A. Mc-Cloy (Judith) of Palm Harbor, Fla., Terry McCloy (Judith) of Stuart, Fla.; daughter, Marlene McDaniel of Cincinnati; 12grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren; ve great-great-grand children; numerous nieces and nephews. He leavesto cherish fond and loving memories of special friend,Enid Scala; special niece, Kathy O’Loughlin; and fourlegged son Pepe. He was preceded in death by his wife,Lillian (McCloy); grandson, James T. B. Kennedy; broth-ers, Jack and Bill Kennedy; and son-law, Clete McDaniel.A memorial service will be held 10:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 20,at Stratford Court of Palm Harbor. A memorial and inter-ment service to be held in Castalia, at a later date.Arrangements are being handled by Sylvan Abbey Fu-neral Home, Clearwater, Fla. Condolences may be sharedat sylvanabbey.com.
John F. “Jack” Kirwan
 Jun 1, 1944 - Sep 17, 2013
John F. “Jack” Kirwan, 69, of Huron, died Tuesday, Sept. 17,2013, in his residence. He was born June 1, 1944, in Buf-falo, N.Y., and graduated from Bishop Fallon High School.He went to Canisius College and graduated from Cleve-land Marshall Law School. He began practicing Law in1971 in Cleveland and then came to Sandusky in 1972and worked in Sandusky until the present. He was a U.S.Army veteran, and served during the Viet Nam War. Hewas a member of the Sandusky Amvets, past president of the Eire County Bar Association, member of the Ohio BarAssociation, and a member of the Erie County Public De-fender Board. Jack was a man with a great sense of humorand enjoyed playing cards and was an avid gardener. He issurvived by his former wife, Frances Kirwan of Sandusky;daughter, Marley (Paul) Lamey of Huron; son, John F. Kir-wan Jr. of Toledo; his mother, Margaret Kirwan of Buffalo,N.Y.; two sisters, Kathleen M. (Richard) Gilbert of Buffalo,and Margaret Ann Kirwan of Jamestown, N.Y.; two broth-ers, William Joseph (Betty Lynn) Kirwan of N.C., and Rob-ert (Sue) Kirwan of Lancaster, N.Y.; numerous nieces andnephews and great- nieces and nephews. He was preced-ed in death by his father, William Kirwan; and a brotherand sister-in-law, Michael and Ann Kirwan. Friends maycall 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19, at Foster Funeral Home& Crematory, 410 Main St., Huron. Funeral Mass will be10 am. Friday, Sept. 20, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 429Central Ave., Sandusky, with Rev. Joseph Steinbauer of-ciating. Cremation will follow. In lieu of owers, contribu-tions may be made to the Sandusky Harlequin Theater,414 Wayne St., Sandusky, OH 44870.Condolences may be shared at fosterfh.com.
Joseph E. Meola
Nov 14, 1941 - Sep 12, 2013
Joseph E. Meola, 71, of Huron, passed away Thursday,Sept 12, 2013, in Stein Hospice Care Center, Sandusky,after a courageous battle with thyroid cancer. He wasborn Nov. 14, 1941, in Sandusky to Tony and Mary (Pucci)Meola and was a lifelong resident of Huron and a 1960graduate of Huron High School. He was a U.S. Army Vet-eran and served during the Vietnam War. He retired fromNASA in 1995 and worked in Sandusky and Cleveland. Hewas a member of St. Peter Catholic Church, Huron, andbelonged to St. Edward Council of the Knights of Colum-bus. He was a member of the National Rie Associationand the Huron and Erie Conservation clubs. Joe enjoyedgoing to ea markets and target shooting with guns andbow and arrow. He is survived by his sister, CatherineMegyesi, of Huron; two brothers, Leonard Meola and Da-vid (Elizabeth) Meola, both of Huron; and several nieces,nephews, and other relatives.He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother,Nicholas Meola; and brother-in-law, John Megyesi. At therequest of the deceased,private graveside serviceswill take place at MeadowGreen Memorial Park, Hu-ron.Contributions may bemade to St. Peter Church orSchool, 430 Main St., Huron44839; Stein Hospice Ser-vices, 1200 Sycamore Line,Sandusky, OH 44870; or toa favorite charity.Foster Fu-neral Home & Crematory,Huron, is handling arrange-ments. Condolences maybe shared at fosterfh.com.
Please join us for this in-depth nine-week Women’s Bible Study at HuronUnited Methodist Church, 338 WilliamsStreet in Huron this fall! James, Jesus’own brother, started out as a skeptic. Inthis study you will see how one glimpseof the resurrected Savior turned an un-believer into a disciple! Topics include: joy, hardship, faith, reversal of fortunes forrich and poor, wisdom, gifts from above,single-mindedness, the dangers of thetongue, humility, and prayer. Our eveningstudy will be held Monday evenings from7–9 PM, beginning September 23rd andending November 18th. Our morningstudy will meet Tuesday mornings from9–11 AM, beginning September 24th andending November 19th. Nursery care isprovided for morning session. Purchaseof a Member Book is recommended, pro-viding a personal study experience vedays a week plus viewer guides for thegroup video sessions. Cost of the book is$18. (Assistance is available.) To reserveyour member book or for any questions,please contact Carolyn at 419-357-5909.Invite a friend! This study is open to thepublic.
Huron United Methodist News
 The Huron Community Prayer Path, es-tablished in 2006, continues to serve ourcommunity by hosting a variety of eventsthroughout the year and providing abeautiful space consisting of The Laby-rinth and a spiritual “walk in the woods.”Still, there are many in our communitywho don’t know the Prayer Path exists.One way to get acquainted with thepath and the people who have devot-edly worked to keep it up is to become avolunteer to work each second Saturdayof the month with other volunteers tohelp mulch, weed, ll prayer boxes, washbenches, etc. The volunteers have such a fun timeand after their efforts, at noon, enjoy alunch prepared by one of the six church-es of Huron.Guess who became a volunteer for theday on Sept. 14?!! Melissa Topey from theSandusky Register joined the Prayer Pathregulars for a morning of fun and well,they put her to work driving the Steinertractor and then she helped rake mulch.What a trooper !!Visit the Prayer Path at: huronprayer-path.com for more information about thePath and how to become involved.
The Huron Community Prayer Path

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