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Around Town Page 2 ---------------MileStones ChurchChat Page 3 ---------------LibraryParks &Recreation Page 4 ---------------KidsTurkey Secrets Page 5 ---------------Keep an Eye on Your Peeps Winter Wonderland If You Love Them, Check Them! Check Your Headlights Girls’ Night Out co-founders Doug and Gretchen Studer presented roses to Satanta “Tanny” Vonthron, principal of Shawnee Elementary School in Huron, during the eighth annual Girls’ Night Out charity event on Wednesday, Nov. 14 at Kalahari Resort Convention Center. Vonthron was selected as the 2012 Girls’ Night Out Woman of the Year.The local benefit was attended by 1,600 women and raised money for Cancer Services, the Fisher-Titus Mammography Fund, the Firelands Regional Medical Center Cancer Program Fund and North Coast Cancer Foundation. “Each year, the committee selects a woman who possesses all the qualities that make someone a Girls’ Night Out ‘Woman of the Year’,” said Doug Studer, cofounder of Girls’ Night Out. “All past recipients have been shining examples of exceptional women who have made an impact on the lives of cancer patients and survivors. Tanny is a great example of someone who possesses these qualities. She has been a great example of someone who continues to shine even during adversity.” Vonthron touches the lives of hundreds of people each and every day. She is a tireless worker who has dedicated her life to educating children, said Studer. Teaching has been a very rewarding career for the young woman. She describes the light that comes into the eyes of a child, especially one with special needs when they realize that they finally understand a concept after working so hard – “you can’t put a price on that, it’s just wondrous.” Things were going so well for the young educator when on April 30, 2009, she was diagnosed with our expiration date, so we’d better make the most of each day that we’ve been given’,” said Studer. Returning to her hometown after teaching in Archbold, she has worked at Woodlands Elementary, teaching at the elementary level and then served as a teacher at Huron High School. Then a job at Shawnee opened up in 2008. She greeted the more than 300 new students that fall and quickly set about learning each and every one’s name. She loves to tell them the story of how she attended school there and that someday they could return to be the principal, as she has done. A huge fan of bright yellow “Smiley faces,” her signature yellow VW “bug” can be seen many nights and weekends in the Shawnee parking lot while she tackles the pile of paperwork that goes with her job. The 1992 Huron High graduate earned a degree in special education from Bowling Green State University, and while teaching full-time, went on to receive a master’s degree in school administration and a principal’s license from BGSU. Then it was on to the University of Findlay, where she completed classes for a superintendent’s license. Vonthron also worked for a publisher of children’s educational materials in Charlotte, N.C., and has authored and published six children’s books and countless songs and rhymes. Past Girls’ Night Out Woman of the Year winners include
cancer. In the ensuing 39 months since her “day of infamy,” Tanny has undergone five surgeries, 35 radiation treatments, 16 months of chemotherapy and lost all her hair three separate times. There have been two re-occurrences of the disease which physicians now speak of only in terms of controlling, rather than curing. “Her philosophy says it all… ‘we are all terminal, none of us knows
Sheri Thomas (2005), owner of Sheri’s Coffeehouse in Norwalk and breast cancer survivor; Pat Scheid (2006) of Monroeville, instrumental in creating the Fisher-Titus Mammography Fund and breast cancer survivor; Peg Miller (2007), Director of Cancer Services and an advocate for local cancer patients; Mary Biglin (2008), retired oncology nurse at Firelands Regional Medical Center and former member of Cancer Services board of directors, Pam Kidd (2008), Cancer Services volunteer and breast cancer survivor; Gretchen Studer (2009), co-founder of Girls’ Night Out and co-owner of Curves in Sandusky and Joan Van Offeren (2010), executive director of the Erie County Visitors & Convention Bureau and the late Cynthia Sanders (2011), founder of Dorcas’ Closet, who lost her battle to cancer this year.
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Free Screenings at Morning Coffee
Join Firelands 55+ Club on Wednesday, December 5 for Morning Coffee from 8 - 10 am. Morning Coffee will be held at Firelands Regional Medical Center’s South Campus, Community Resource Room. The following screenings will be available: Free Blood Pressure Screening Free Blood Sugar Screening Cholesterol Screening for $6.00 Total Lipid Profile for $16.00 (12-Hour Fast) Appointments are not necessary for the health screenings. For more information about Morning Coffee please call 419-557-7722.
Progress Around Town- Fabens Park
By Lisa yako For several months, Fabens Park has been overtaken by a very large pile of soil and a myriad of heavy machinery. But what is really happening out there? The City of Huron, in collaboration with Huron Township, is completing a number of improvements to this large and widely popular park. The scope of the current project is “just to deal with the parking and lighting” explained City Manager, Andy White. To that end, the parking area has been expanded and will be beautified. Also, the runoff from the parking area will be diverted to two newly-formed stormwater-management ponds that are located near the creek that runs through the east end of the park. Due to these ponds, there will be a slightly different traffic pattern for those entering Fabens from Adams Avenue. Eventually, the Adams Avenue entrance will be phased out, and the entrance from Route 6 will serve as the main entrance to the park. It is expected that the first layer of asphalt will be laid on the parking area this week, and the final layer will be completed in the spring. These much-needed improvements will ease the traffic and parking issues previously associated with the large events
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United Way Seeks Volunteers to Assist with Tax Preparation
Tax season has arrived, and United Way of Erie County is partnering with The Ohio Benefit Bank to help low- and moderate-income wage earners obtain free federal and state income tax return preparation assistance, and to identify other work support benefits for which they may be eligible. Through Benefit Bank sites and clinics that offer tax preparation assistance, trained tax assistants will help clients prepare and file their tax returns at no cost, if they meet the income eligibility requirement of less than $56,000 per year in household income. If eligible, clients can also claim the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), a special tax refund program for working families and individuals who qualify for the program. United Way of Erie County is seeking volunteers for its Ohio Benefit Bank Tax Assistance Program that will be offered from February 1st throughout the tax season. Volunteers are needed for day, evening and Saturday appointments. Volunteers do not need to be an expert in tax preparation or the IRS tax codes, but are required to participate in six hours of training which includes online and classroom presentation to learn how to use the Ohio Benefit Bank software. The Ohio Benefit Bank tax program is a web-based program. To learn more about helping people file taxes using the Ohio Benefit Bank Program, please call the United Way of Erie County at (419) 625-4672 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health Screening in Berlin Heights
Area residents are invited to participate in a Complete Metabolic Profile Screening on Wednesday, December 12 from 7 to 9 am at the office of Laurie Rousseau, DO, 7000 State Route 113, East, Berlin Heights. Screenings include: Complete Blood Count with Metabolic & Lipid Panel (No Eating or Drinking for 12 Hours – Water Allowed – includes liver and kidney function studies, fasting blood sugar, thyroid, cholesterol, HDL/LDL and triglyceride levels along with a complete blood count.) - $45; Hemoglobin A1C - $25; PSA - $30; Cash or check only. Pre-registration is required for the labwork. To register, call 419-557-7840.
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Firelands Regional Medical Center will be offering the next Happiest Baby on the Block parenting class on Thursday, December 13 from 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm at Firelands Regional Medical Center’s South Campus, 1912 Hayes Avenue, Sandusky. The Happiest Baby on the Block is based on the techniques of world-renowned pediatrician, Dr. Harvey Karp. Dr. Karp has been featured on Good Morning America, The Dr. Phil Show, ABC World News Tonight, CNN, and numerous national radio programs. The Happiest Baby program is a national curriculum and is taught by a certified instructor. Among the essential information offered to participants, parents will be taught a step-by-step approach to quickly soothe the fussiest baby. The methods are designed to increase sleep, parental confidence, and family harmony while decreasing stress, frustration, and exhaustion that many times are present when parents are adjusting to the changes a new baby brings. Through the generous donation of Firelands Regional Medical Center Auxiliary, this program is free of charge to participants. Pre-registration can be made by calling Firelands Regional Medical Center at 419-557-7840, or 1-800342-1177, ext. 7840. Parents will receive a take-home kit (DVD or VHS, and CD) valued at $40.00.
The Ohio State Alumni Club
The Ohio State University Alumni Club of Erie County is seeking applicants for several scholarships to be awarded for the 2013-2014 academic year. Eligible candidates must be currently enrolled at Ohio State, must be Erie County residents, must have completed 30 credit hours by the end of Spring Semester 2013, and must have a minimum GPA of 3.2. Requests for applications should be sent to: Mr. Jerry Semon, Scholarship Chair, 1219 Cleveland Rd. W., Huron, Ohio 44839 or via e-mail at email@example.com. Deadline for submitting completed applications is Feb. 2, 2013.
Great Trains & Grand Canyon Travel Opportunity
Join Firelands 55+ Club on Wednesday, December 12 at 1:30 pm for a free, no obligation information session of the Great Trains & Grand Canyons travel opportunity, which departs April 14, 2013. The travel presentation will be held in the Community Resource Room at Firelands Regional Medical Center’s South Campus, 1912 Hayes Avenue, Sandusky. Registration is appreciated, but not required. For more information or a detailed brochure, please call 419-5577722.
Stork Express Offered at Firelands
Firelands Regional Medical Center will be hosting sessions of Stork Express on Saturday, December 15 from 9 to 11 am at Firelands Main Campus, 1111 Hayes Avenue, Sandusky. Stork Express is a free program designed to give pregnant women the opportunity to start on paperwork that is required during their hospital stay. During the program, each participant will review and sign the necessary paperwork, watch the required safety video and take a tour of the OB Department. Stork Express helps to cut down on the amount of paperwork during admission, allowing the focus to be on the birthing process. It also provides mom-to-be and her spouse/support person the opportunity to meet a nurse from the OB Department and ask any question that may be lingering as their exciting day approaches. Any mom-tobe that is at least 34 weeks into her pregnancy is welcome to attend. A spouse/support person is also welcome and is encouraged to participate. The Foundation for Firelands provides funding to make this program possible. To register for a session of Stork Express, please call 419-557-7840
Gregory Surfield, MD, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon, of Firelands Physician Group, is offering an evening full of Gifts, Glitz & Glam to get you in the holiday spirit!
6 pm Presentation on dermal fillers and laser procedures Live injection Special pricing on future Botox® injections, Latisse®, and on laser procedures Nia® skin care products 20% off Products for sale by a variety of vendors including: Tyler Street Boutique, Shops at Sawmill Creek, Scentsy, Paparazzi Jewelry, Solutions Salon & Spa, Designer Divas 2 U, Pampered Chef, Celebrating Homes, Thirty-One, Mary Kay, and Premier Designs. Gift Certificate Specials
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Firelands to Offer Heartsaver First Aid with CPR & AED
Firelands Regional Medical Center will be sponsoring a HeartSaver First Aid and CPR/AED Course on Wednesday, December 12 from 8 am to 12 pm. This course will be held at Firelands Regional Medical Center South Campus in the Education Room, located on the first floor at 1912 Hayes Avenue, Sandusky. This course is ideal for anyone who needs to know the basics of first aid and be certified to perform CPR and AED. The course also addresses health and safety issues and blood-borne disease protection. The class fee is $75.00 per person. The Foundation for Firelands provides funding to make this program possible. For more information or to register, please call Firelands Regional Medical Center at 419-557-6740.
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Firelands Regional Medical Center Professional Center I – in the Atrium 701 Tyler Street, Sandusky FREE ADMISSION! To register for the program, call 419-557-5541. Complimentary Hors d’ oeuvres & Wine Tasting
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Christ Episcopal Church 120 Ohio Street, Huron 419-433-4701 10 a.m. worship and communion services Sunday School 9 a.m. and Adult Sunday School 9 a.m. www.christchurchhuron.com First Presbyterian Church 225 Williams St. Huron Worship Hours: 8:30 & 10:45 a.m. Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Fellowship Hour at 11:45 a.m. Email: churchoffice@huronpresby www.firstpresbychurchhuron.org Grace Presbyterian Church Kalahari Resort, Nia Convention Center, Rt. 250, Huron 419-271-1112 email@example.com www.graceop.org Worship: Sunday 6 p.m. Holy Trinity Anglican Church 1608 St. Rt. 113, Milan 419-499-3683 Father Dennis Henkle Worship and Holy Communion – Sunday 10:00 a.m. Huron United Methodist Church
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338 Williams Street, Huron 419-433-3984 Rev. J. Roger Skelly – Watts 8 am - Sunday Casual Service/ Praise Band 9 am - Sunday School for All Ages 10 am - Celebration Worship/Pipe Organ and Choir Pastor’s Cherub Chat at both services. 6:30 pm - Jr. and Sr. High Youth Fellowship Sanctuary and classrooms handicapped accessible. Lighthouse Assembly of God Church 820 Cleveland Road East, Huron 419-433-8889
www.lighthouseagc.org Sunday Service 10:45 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. adult and children Adult Bible Study 6:30 p.m. on Tuesdays Youth Group 6 p.m. Sunday Food Pantry 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesdays; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursdays Food Pantry: 419-616-0088 Salvation Army Service Unit 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursdays by appointment only. Salvation Army Services: 419-4330500
All Welcome Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Worship St. Peter Catholic Church 430 Main Street, Huron, 419-4335725 www.stpetershuron.org Mass Schedule 5:00 p.m. Saturday 8:00 a.m. Sunday 10:30 a.m. Sunday Weekday & Holyday Masses Please see the bulletin on our website Reconciliation 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday or by appointment
Room Sr. High Youth Group – Sunday evenings from 6 to 8pm meet in the Warehouse/Youth Room. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints 4511 Galloway Road, Huron 419-626-9860 Bishop: Bill Reed Sacrament Service Sundays 9:30 a.m. Family History Center Wednesday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Zion Lutheran Church 930 Main Street, Huron 419-433-4711 www.zionhuron.org 8:30 a.m. Sundays Traditional Worship Service 10 a.m. family-friendly contemporary worship, with Sunday School for children and teens.
The Chapel St. Matthew Lutheran Church 4444 Galloway Road, Sandusky 15617 Mason Road, Vermillion 419-627-0208 Rev. Dr. Karl Fry, Pastor www.thechapel.tv/ 440-967-9886 Saturday Service 5:00 p.m. www.lutheransonline.com/ Sunday Services at 9:00 a.m. & stmattverml-cms Sunday School and Bible Study 9:30 11:00 a.m. Jr. High Youth Group – Sundays a.m. All Ages Welcome Sunday Worship Service - 10:30 am during 9 and 11 am church service meet in the Warehouse/Youth
Rev. Roger’s Reflections
Don’t you just love this time of year here in Huron, Ohio? The beautiful colors of leaves have ebbed as the green drained away and revealed the rainbow beneath. The crisp, cool breeze invigorates especially when the sunshine beams. The season of Thanks-giving which portends Advent and Christmas that’s coming. But Thanksgiving may be the best because it’s not burdened down with nearly the commercial trappings that can cover up the celebration of Christ’s birth. Although we are naturally thankful on happy days, thanksgiving can be even more meaningful when the dark clouds roll in. But some of us even carry our own dark clouds around with us, don’t we? I overheard a couple talking the other day. One observed, “Wow! What a gorgeous day God has given us today” and the second person shot back without hesitation, “Yeah, but it’s gonna rain tomorrow.” Some of us see the fall colors as only predictors of a harsh winter to come; and dead leaves falling to the cold, cold earth. Instead of enjoying the change of seasons and the wondrous circle of life. On the first Thanksgiving, the Pilgrims and Native Americans sat down together as a tragic winter had past – the future was anything but certain. However, they paused to give thanks. George Washington proclaimed the first national Thanksgiving in celebration of a new birth of freedom that was in no way assured to last. However, he and the nation paused and gave thanks. Abraham Lincoln re-instituted the holiday toward the end of the bloody, horrible, divisive Civil War, as an incredible act of faith. He and the nation also gave thanks. What amazing statements of hope. Renewed throughout the years, especially during uncertain times, such as immediately after World War II: “Thanksgiving Day, 1944 By the President of the United States of America – a proclamation: “In this year of liberation, which has seen so many millions freed from tyrannical rule, it is fitting that we give thanks with special fervor to our Heavenly Father for the mercies we have received individually and as a nation and for the blessings he has restored,…for the unity of spirit which has kept our nation strong; for our abiding faith in freedom; and for our abiding faith in freedom; and for the promise of an enduring peace, we should lift up our hearts in thanksgiving…we should give united thanks to God. “To the end that we may bear more earnest witness to our gratitude to Almighty God, I suggest a nationwide reading of the holy scriptures during the period from Thanksgiving Day to Christmas…I call upon the people of the United States to observe it…by offering to God our devout gratitude for his goodness…Franklin D. Roosevelt.” No doubt one of those scriptures read was our favorite Psalm 100: “Make a joyful noise to the Lord, all the earth. Worship the Lord with gladness; come into his presence with singing. Know that the Lord is God. It is he that made us, and we are his; we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture. “Enter his gates with thanksgiving, and his courts with praise. Give thanks to him, bless his name. “For the Lord is good; his steadfast love endures forever, and his faithfulness to all generations.” (NRSV) For what are you especially thankful this holiday? Take some time around your Thanksgiving table between the turkey and football, to share with your family and friends. Talk about traditions. Tell stories and humorous antidotes. Don’t leave out the children and youths. You’ll learn a lot about one another and deepen your “attitude of gratitude”, enlighten everyone and give you a whole new perspective upon Thanks-giving. A blessed holiday to you and yours, Rev. Roger Skelley-Watts, Huron United Methodist Church.
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Our Annual Christmas Cookie Walk Sale will be held on Saturday, December 8th, from 10am to 12 noon at St Matthew Lutheran Church, 15617 Mason Road, Vermilion, OH 44089. Delicious Christmas Cookies will be on sale for $8 per pound. Christmas candles and an assortment of Christmas Houses and decorations will also be available. All Welcome.
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The library will close at 5 PM on Wednesday, November 21st and reopen on Friday, November 23 at 10 AM in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. The Board of Trustees of the Huron Public Library gratefully acknowledges the following Hdonation: In memory of Joseph Meno from Elmer and Joan Wilch, Erie Wrecks West by Georgann Wachter YarnWorks Saturday, November 24, 10:30 AM - 12 PM Join our local group of knitters and crocheters, whether you are just learning or have been creating for years. Bring your current project and share your knowledge. Registration appreciated. Digital Downloads Thursday, November 29, 1 - 2 PM This class is designed to help participants learn how to browse, check out, and
download free eBooks from the library. Attendees who already own an e-reader need to bring their library card and reading device for hands-on instruction. Class size is small and registration is required. Chess Class Saturday, December 1, 10 AM - 12:30 PM Players of all ages and abilities are invited to match wits and strategies in this age-old game. Registration appreciated. Dropin’s welcome! Saturday with the Friends Concert Series December 1 at 1PM Chase Jackson Trio- Vibraphone virtuoso Chase Jackson, with Evan Levine
on bass and Ian McColm on drums, will continue our sampling of local jazz talent. The trio reimagines standards from the jazz cannon with a unique approach. These concerts are made possible by the generous support of the Friends of the Huron Public Library. Food for Fines December 10 - 15 Help your neighbors and lower your late fees! Fines for an overdue library item will be waived in exchange for a donation (one nonperishable food item/ overdue item.) Food for Fines does not apply to previous fines. Donations will be distributed by the Huron Food Pantry.
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Call 419-433-8487 for information or visit our website for details. Mailing address: 417 Main St., Huron OH Office location: 110 Wall Street Phone: 419-433-8487 Fax: 419-433-0470 Email: email@example.com Website: www.cityofhuron.org Stay up-to-date on all the current Parks and Recreation news! Sign up for our NEW email alerts on the City of Huron’s homepage... We’ll be sending out information on upcoming programs, events, and other general announcements. Christmas with Santa Saturday, December 8th, 3:00 – 8:00 pm. Join Santa and Mrs. Claus at the Huron Boat Basin to celebrate the Holiday Season. Rumor has it that Santa will even bring one of his live reindeer with him! Carriage rides and children’s crafts by Just Like Home Childcare will complete the afternoon. Donations to our “Warm Hand from Young Hearts” tree are always much appreciated. Indoor Soccer – K-3rd Grade Working in conjunction with the Huron High School Soccer Team, this program is designed for beginners (boys and girls) to improve their skills, play small games with other participants, and most importantly, have fun! Sessions fill fast and space is very limited, so register early! The program will be held on Thursday evenings at Shawnee School; K-1st grade schedule is 5:00-5:45 pm; 2nd-3rd grade schedule is 6:00-7:00 pm. There will be two sessions: Session I runs Jan. 10 through Feb. 21 (no program on Jan. 24), and Session II runs March 7 through April 18 (no program on April 4). Visit www.cityofhuron.org for details and registration form.
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This diner is authentic, built by the Jerry O'Mahony Diner Company of Elizabeth, New Jersey, in the 1950’s. It was originally operated as the Sunrise Diner in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania. We became a permanent part of the Liberty Aviation Museum in 2012. We encourage you to view, and experience artifacts, vehicles, and aircraft from the Golden Age of Aviation, and beyond. All proceeds from this diner help fund the operation of the Liberty Aviation Museum.
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Huron Hometown news | Thursday, November 22, 2012
Kindergartners from Shawnee reveal secret of cooking turkey dinner
with pickles!” — Raigan B. “My mom gets it at Drugmart. She cooks it for ten seconds and gets it out of the oven. Then my mom and dad and my brothers eat it…and me too! Grandma makes jello with whipped topping for dessert.” — Lillian W. “My dad gets at turkey at Meijer. He doesn’t put anything on it. He just puts it in the oven. It bakes for twenty five minutes. He cuts it with a knife and then we eat it all gone.” — Evan S. “First my grandpa goes to the store. He buys a turkey. He cooks it for twelve minutes in the oven. Then we all eat: my grandpa, my mom, my grandma and me, even my Uncle Evan.” — Caleb M. “My dad makes it on the grill. He puts pepper and on turkey “season” on it. He cooks it for ten hours and then we eat it on a plate.” — Emma S. “My mama gets the turkey and puts it in the oven. She cooks it in the oven for about twenty-five minutes. She cooks it in the kitchen. She puts sparkles on it.” — Alayna M. “I get the turkey for my family at Walmart. My mommy and daddy and Lauren help me make it. We cook it on the grill for twenty hours. Then we eat it!” — Mason S. “My mom buys the turkey at Meijer. She takes it home and puts it in the oven for probably two hours. She takes it out and we eat it! We eat mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie too.” — Jackson M. “My grandma gets it at the store. When she gets home she bakes it. We eat it with corn.” — Madeline C. “I think my mom buys it at the store. My dad cooks it in the oven for probably ninety-nine minutes. We eat it with all of my family that lives in Huron.” — Riley D. “I think I get it from the farm. My mom bakes it and takes it out. And THEN she puts some salt in it and we eat it, but it has to cool down first. — Evelyn P. “My mom goes to the store. She gets two turkeys. We cook one on the grill and one in the oven. It takes nineteen minutes. I help mom set the table and then we eat!” — Allison C. “Grandma gets the turkey at Target. She takes it to my house and we cook it. We cook it for twenty minutes. Then we eat it!” — Cameron M. “First, my dad goes to the store. Then, he buys the turkey. Then, he puts sauce on it and bakes it in the oven for fifty seconds. Then…we eat!” — Hattie G. “My mom gets the turkey from Walmart. She puts sauce on the outside and cook it in the microwave for three minutes. We take it out and eat it!” — Joanna M. “My dad buys the turkey from Sam’s Club. He doesn’t put anything on it, he just puts it on the grill. He grills it for a half hour. Then he makes some salad for him and mom.” — Max M. “You get the turkey at the store right by our house. Then, you put the oven on 4 degrees and put it in the oven. You should put salt on it because it makes it taste really good.” — Gavin P. Ava: I will find a turkey at the farm. Clean it with water in the kitchen and dry it. Cook it in a pan with salt for twenty minutes. Put more salt on it and eat it!” Nicholas: My turkey is at Wal-Mart. Take out the blood and bones. Put fire on it to cook it. Let it cool down and eat it plain!” Kendal: “I would go to Wal-Mart to by the turkey. Then put salt, pepper, and apple juice. Cook it in the oven at ten degrees for ten minutes. Then take it out and eat it!” Mollie: “I’ll get my turkey at Wal-Mart store. Put salt on it and cook it at my longhaired grandma’s. Uncle Bubba comes and eats it all!” Jackson: “I’ve never bought a turkey before, but maybe I will get it at Chili’s. Take the hair and wing off. Take his foot off. I think I will put a little bit of sauce on it and cook it on a pan for six minutes. Let it cool off a little bit and eat it!” Jason: “I would get a turkey from Kroger. Cut the turkey and take off the head. Put peppers, sauce, and salt on it. Cook it in the oven for five minutes. Then put cheese on the turkey and eat it!” Michael: “Go to the turkey place, where you get a lot of turkeys. Take the turkeys clothes off and put it in the oven. Try to cook it five times. Cut it and put it in the pan and flip it up five times. Get something to drink and put it on a plate.” Haley: “I will catch a turkey in the field. Take off the bones and the face. Put butter all over it. Cook it in the oven for four minutes. Pray to God, then eat it!” Chuck: “I would get my turkey from my teacher. Cook it in a pan and put it in the oven for forty minutes. Then, eat it!”
Mrs. Correll’s Kindergarten Class
“You get it from the store then you make one. I think you put it in the oven and turn it on warm. Maybe it will be all done. Then you eat it.” — Scott A. “You buy at turkey at Wal-Mart. Then you bake the head in the oven on hot. You leave it in there for one hour. Put marshmallows on it then cut it up to eat.” — Riley T. “You buy the turkey from the grocery store. When you get it home you’re supposed to roast it at 11 degrees for 7 hours. Put gravy on it and it is ready to eat.” º— Rachel M. “You get a turkey at Meijer and put it in the oven on warm until the timer beeps. You can watch your favorite show like Sponge Bob while you’re waiting. Then you take it out of the oven and put salt on it to eat.” — Kiera B. “You pay for a turkey at the store. Then you take it home and put in the fridge. Put it in the oven at 1 degree for 5 minutes. Then you eat it.” — Samuel B. “First you buy it from Wal-mart, then you put feathers on it. Next, you put it in the roast thing on 70 degrees for 8 minutes. Take out the turkey and rip off the feathers. Then you can put gravy on it to eat.” — Emma G. “Get a turkey from a turkey store. Take it home and put it in the oven for like 15 hours so it can be hot. Take it out of the oven and eat it.” — Isaiah B. “Get a turkey from Wal-mart and cook it up with chocolate frosting on it. When the people come on Thanksgiving day I would want them to sing happy birthday, eat turkey and play toys.” — Jonas O. “Get a turkey from Drug Mart. Take it home and put baking powder on it. Put it in the microwave for 25 minutes. Take it out and eat with salt.” — Dominic F. “I would get a turkey at Wal-Mart and bring it back home to cook. I do not know how to cook it, but maybe I would like we always do. Seven minutes. Eight minutes. Yes, eight would be okay. It should be okay in the oven at one degree. Take it out the oven and eat the whole thing!” — Logen T. “Well, I would get it from Target. I would put butterscotch on it, then oil. I would cook it in the oven at 17 degrees for 18 minutes. It is hard to make a turkey.“ — Eliana C. “First you buy a turkey from the store. Then you put it in the oven for 10 hours on 46 degrees. My grandma will take it out because it could burn me. Then it will be time to eat it.” — Chloe C. “Buy a turkey from Sam’s market. Take it home and put it in the oven for about 10 minutes. Let it cool down then it is ready to eat. “ — Hunter H. “You buy a turkey from the turkey store. You can cook it in the oven for 10 minutes on hot. Put salt on it and cut it up. Then it will be ready for eating!” — Austin B. “You get a turkey at the store and then you put it in the stove for 15 minutes. Then you eat it.” — Jessica B. “I get a turkey from Sam’s Club. I bake it in the oven with the temperature on hot for 40 minutes. I put seasoning salt on it, then eat it with my family.” — Annabella M. “I would get a turkey at Wal-Mart. Then I would have to turn the oven on 5. The turkey would stay in there for like 6 minutes. I will put saltine crackers on it. When you take it out of the oven, you’re supposed to cut it in half. Then I would eat it with my family.” — Caden P. “You go to a woods and catch a turkey. Then you go home and take off the feathers and put him in the oven. You turn on the oven and leave it in there 10 minutes. Then you can eat it on Thanksgiving.” — Ariana R “You get a turkey at Drug-Mart. You put a turkey in a big bowl and put a lid on top. You put it in the oven and it will beep when it’s done.” — Nevaeh S. “Buy it from the store. Then we go home and cook it in a pan and it turns into a turkey.” — Ryleigh C.
get to your house, wash it off in the bathtub and then dry it with a hair dryer. Rub some pepper on it and add a little salt and mayonnaise. Make sure your oven is 100 degrees. Then put it in the oven and cook it for 2 days. When the timer goes off, put on mittens and take it out. Cut it up, put it on plates, and then eat it! — Grace Go to Wal-Mart and buy a soft turkey. Pay $500 for it and then take the turkey home. You have to wash it off with soap and water first. Then, put it in the oven and cook it for 5 minutes. Make sure the oven is only a little hot, so the turkey doesn’t burn. About 500 degrees would be good. When the turkey is done cooking, add a lot of salt and pepper, put some ranch on it, and eat it! — Izabella Go to Kroger and buy a brown turkey. Pay $1 and then go home. Put sugar, eggs, and butter inside the turkey. Turn the oven to 200 degrees. Then put the turkey in the oven and cook it for 4 minutes. When it says, “ding!” take it out and put some sprinkles on it. Let it cool down and then you can eat it. — Christian Go to Wal-Mart and buy a small turkey. Pay $15 for it and then take it home. Clean it out because they have dirty bones. Add some miniature salt and ½ cup of pepper. Put in the oven at 10 degrees for 2 hours. When the oven goes “beep,” you will know it’s done cooking. Take the turkey out and then put some mayonnaise on it. Then, you can cut it up, put it on a plate, and eat it. — Octavia Go to Drug Mart and get a big turkey. Take it home and put it in the microwave for 3 minutes. Then, slice it up and eat it! — Hunter Go to Sam’s Club and get a fat turkey. Add 1 can of red sauce on top and 2 sticks of butter. Then, put it in the oven for 2 seconds on low. Cut it up and eat it! — Brooke Go to the store and get a flat turkey. We like it plain because that’s the best way! Put it on a tray and then place it in the oven. Cook the turkey for about 20 and ½ minutes at 70 degrees or until it turns into squares. Take the turkey out of the oven and add 1 shake of salt and a little pepper. Next, add a little curve of cinnamon and then it is ready to eat! — Nicholas Go to Lowe’s and get a regular turkey. Go to the checkout and take your turkey home. Once you’re home, add a little sprinkle of pepper and salt. Then, put a cherry on top and place it in the oven at 50 degrees. Cook the turkey for 45 minutes. Put some sprinkles on it and serve it to your family. — Claire Go to Wal-Mart and get a cheerleader turkey. Put it in the cart. You don’t have to pay for it, just take it home. At home, make it with 1 carrot for her nose, 2 black gumballs for her eyes, a black tie for her hat, a black belt, and a white shirt and pants for her body. Put it on the table and let it dry for 30 seconds. Then, cut it up and eat it! — Camryn At Wal-Mart, get a pan, a big turkey cutter, a fresh turkey, 2 white loafs of bread, and 1 loaf of French bread. Go home and wash the turkey in the kitchen sink with special food soap. Start stuffing the turkey with all the bread and 1 piece of butter, about an inch long. Put it in a pan on the stove for 2 minutes on low heat. Let it cool for 2 minutes and then put it in the oven for 2 hours on low. Take the turkey out, let it cool, and then you are ready for Thanksgiving dinner! (Papa will bring the rolls and the cherry & apple pies!) — Samantha At Meijer, get an oval turkey. Pay $30 for it and take it home. Wash it in the bathtub with your hands. Heat it up in the oven for 2 hours. Then add pepper and salt, and eat it! — Dominic Go to the barn and get a little turkey and take it home. Clean it in a dish with water and soap. Put a little bit of salt and a lot of pepper on it. Then, put it in the oven on low for a couple of minutes. Take it out, put it on a plate, cut it in half, and eat it. — Aiden Go to Dollar Tree, get ham turkey, and pay $3 or $4 for it. Take it home, put a little pepper and a cup of salt on the turkey, and cover it in garlic, but be careful. Add onions all around it. Put it in the oven on hot or warm for 3 seconds. Cut it up, then slice it and slice it again. Each person gets 3 pieces. Put rice and chicken on the side of each plate and put grayish-brown chicken gravy over the chicken and rice only. Then you can eat! — Ava
Mrs. Malone’s Class
Go to Target and buy a turkey. After you pay for it, put it in a bag and tie it up, so the turkey can’t get out. Put the turkey in the trunk of the car and Mom will drive it home. When you get home, wash it off in the sink. Make sure the oven is warm, about 5 degrees, and it cook the turkey for 10 hours. When it’s done, you can eat it! — Landon Go to Target and buy a turkey. It will cost $9. Pay for it and then put it in the front seat. When you get home, wash it off, rub pepper and eggs on it, and put it in the oven. Cook it on hot for 10 hours. When it’s done, use an oven mitt to take it out. Put the turkey in the fridge. When it’s Thanksgiving, take it out and help your mom cut it. Then, you can eat it! — Autumn You have to go to the farm to get a turkey. You have to run and catch it and then put it in your truck. When you get the turkey home, give it a bath in the tub. Then, add a little pepper and a lot of salt. Put the turkey in a pan and place it in the oven. Cook the turkey for 3 minutes at 4 degrees. When the turkey is cooked, put it on a new platter and keep it warm until the whole family gets home and the table is set. Then, everyone can eat it! — Julia Buy a turkey at Meijer and pay 35 bucks for it. Put it in a bag and your mom will take it home. Put some pepper, mashed potatoes, and chicken on it. Turn on the oven to 105 degrees. Put the turkey in the oven and cook it for 5 minutes. Get the table ready and set out forks and plates. Next, your mom will cut it and you can eat it. — Jonas Go to the farm, run, and catch the biggest turkey you see. Put it in a cage and then put the cage in the backseat. (Turkeys aren’t allowed to sit in the front seat.) When you get home, clean it off in the bathtub. Dry it off and then add vanilla, chocolate, and sugar. Make sure the oven is set to 100 degrees. Then cook the turkey for 140 minutes. When it’s done cooking, add Sour Patch Kids and some salt. Take it out of the oven with your mom. You can hold one side of the pan and your mom can hold the other side. Then, your mom can cut it up and put it on a plate. Take it to the living room and eat it! — Tommie Go to Wal-Mart and buy a turkey with bones in it. They cost about $16 dollars. After you pay for it, put it in the trunk and take it home. When you get home, take the bones out and clean it with a towel. Add 3 eggs, some red sauce, and a little pepper. Put it in a big, red pan and then cook it in the oven for 4 hours at 5 degrees. When the timer goes off, put gloves on since it’s hot, and take it out. Cut the turkey up and put it on plates. Then, you can eat it at the table! — Jason Go to the farm and catch the fattest turkey. The fat ones can’t run very fast, so you can catch them. Once you catch one, put it in a bucket and then you can take him to your house in a wagon. When you get home, wash him off in the swimming pool. Dry it off and add salt and sugar. Put the turkey in a big baking pan and put it in the oven. Make sure the oven is warm, about 6 degrees. Cook it for 7 days. When the oven beeps, take it out with gloves on. Wait for it to cool off, cut it, and serve it. Then you can eat it out on the porch. — Adalyn Buy a turkey at Drug Mart. Pay $40 for it and then put it in a bag. Put the turkey in your trunk and take it home. When you
Mrs. Lagando’s Kindergarten Class
Paige: “I would get my turkey at the farm. I will cut it up and put some stuff on it. Then it goes in the oven for a little bit.” Isabell: “I will go to the store to get my turkey. I need to cut it in half and put it in the microwave for sixty minutes. Put pepper and salt on it and then eat it. That’s it!” Ella: “I would get my turkey at Target. Then put it in a pan on the stove. I will put salt and tomato sauce on top of the turkey. Put broccoli and chocolate chips in the pan. Cook it for forty minutes. Then put it in the oven!” Drake: “I would get my turkey from a farm. Cut the bones and head off! Cook the turkey on the grill. Cut it up and I eat it!” Maximus: “I get my turkey at Drug Mart. I put it in my trunk and tie it up so it doesn’t fall out. I give it to my mom and she chops it up with smashed potatoes!” Dillon: “I would get my turkey at WalMart. At home I will cut the guts out of it. Put it right in the oven for ten hours. When it is done cooking, I will wrap it up and put it in the refrigerator.” Audrey: “I will buy my turkey at the store. I put right in the oven. When it is done I put it a dish and put it on the table.” Thomas: “I would get a turkey from McDonald’s. Then take it to Poppa’s house and put it in the fridge to cool down for a while. I cook it in the oven a little long time. Set it on the counter and eat it.” Lillie: “I would get my turkey from The Market. Put cheese on it and bake it on the stove for five minutes. Then, eat it!” Azure: “I will get my turkey from Sam’s. Then I will put decorations around it. I will make it so it wasn’t cold in case it was.
Mrs. Krupp’s Kindergarten Class
“My mom buys the turkey at Meijer. You put salt on it and cook it in the oven until 12:00. I eat my turkey with mommy, daddy, Grandma, Grandpa and my sister Amber.” — Maya V. “You put it in the oven, and when it gets done we actually take it out, cut it up and go eat it. It takes a really, really long time. I think I will invite Evan to my house for Thanksgiving.” — Zai’yonnna M. “You get a turkey from the farm. You cook it in a pan on the stove for ten hours. You eat it with mashed potatoes and gravy and cranberries. You have pumpkin pie for desert!”— Katherine S. “My grandpa goes in the woods and kills one. He puts salt on it and cooks it on the stove for twenty minutes. Then we eat it
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Local Huron Athlete in NFL Halftime Show Young Detectives learn about fingerprints
A local athlete representing Champion All-Stars gym in Castalia has been selected to perform at the Thanksgiving Day NFL game between the Detroit Lions and the Huston Texans. Macie Majoy of Huron was selected earlier this year by the All American Cheer and Dance Organization to perform in the pre-game and halftime shows of the annual Thanksgiving Day game. All American Cheer and Dance is based out of Naperville, Illinois and each year works with many organizations from around the country to hand-pick the best student-athletes around. Majoy was selected during a 2012 winter performance in Buffalo, New York where Champion All-Stars earned the title of National Champions. Majoy is the daughter of John and Hope Majoy and she attends McCormick Junior High School in Huron. It’s a mystery! What is going on in Mrs. Karen Lamb’s 5th grade Language Arts Class at Woodlands Intermediate School? Her students have been reading mystery stories and learning to be young detectives. Students in Mrs. Lamb’s class have been learning the basics about fingerprints, crime scene investigations, and the different types of evidence that can be used to catch a suspect and solve a crime. School Resource Officer Keith Lobsinger stopped by to assist the students with taking their fingerprints using the National Child Identification Program fingerprint packet. He helped each child decipher whether the type of fingerprint they have is an arch, loop, or whorl. Students also had the opportunity to dust and lift fingerprints off different surfaces. Students learned that it is easier to lift fingerprints off glass and wood surfaces. The students were excited to share with their parents what they learned about crime scene investigations and their fingerprints.
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EHOVE’S Teen Leadership Corps Program recently participated in a Toiletries Drive where 509 items were donated to the Sandusky Food Bank. Items consisted of: Toothpaste, Toothbrushes, Mouthwash, Deodorant, and other toiletries. Annette Stoll, Visual Communications Design Instructor at EHOVE, runs this program. “We had the most raised out of all the team leaderships involved,” said Stoll. Cedar Point is a big sponsor for EHOVE’S Teen Leadership Program. “They help us out, and we help them out,” said Stoll. Cedar Point donated 16 tickets for EHOVE’S efforts. The project lasted five days. Teen Leadership encourages teens to learn about responsibility, community service and volunteer projects. Visual Media Tech Student Grace Sessler (Margaretta) participated in the Toiletries Drive. “It makes me feel great to help people out who are struggling,” said Sessler. Teen Leadership is a great class offered at EHOVE that teaches students about leadership and community service. Other projects Teen Leadership has been involved in includes: Keep the Kids Warm, Food Drive and Toys for Tots. Each student has their own community service project that they have to do, including a kindness project.
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