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The Jet Express: Ferrying Passengers for 25 Years

By Lisa Yako The Lake Erie islands have long been a popular vacation spot for Ohioans and beyond. Up until 25 years ago, the limited schedules of the traditional ferry lines cut short the stay for those who traveled to the islands for a simple day trip. However, in 1988, Put-in-Bay Boat Line Co., also known as The Jet Express, was established by four partners who envisioned an expanded service to the islands. The partners strove to create an innovative ferry service that would provide outstanding customer service, late night service to Put-in-Bay, and the fastest passenger ferry on the Great Lakes. Their dreams became a reality in the spring of 1989 when the Jet Express began service to Put-in-Bay from Port Clinton. According to General Manager, Captain Lance Woodworth, service began on Memorial Day weekend in 1989. At that time, the company had two boats, the Erie Isle and the Arrow. The Erie Isle, a car and passenger ferry, made the one-way crossing from Port Clinton to Put-in-Bay in 1.5 hours, while the Arrow made the trip in 45 minutes. Once the $3.2-million M.V. Jet Express arrived in June of 1989, the trip was cut to 20 minutes. The Jet Express replaced the Erie Isle which was sold later in 1989. In 1992, the Jet Express II was added to the fleet, and the Arrow was sold. A partnership with the Put-in-Bay Port Authority aided in the addition of the Jet Express III in 2002. In 2005, the Jet Express began offering service from Sandusky to both Kelleys Island and Put-in-Bay. Offerings were further expanded in 2009 when the Jet Express IV was added to the fleet, and service from Lorain to the islands became a reality. All four Jet Express vessels were built by the Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding Company in Somerset, Massachusetts. Interestingly, when the Jet Express began operating in 1989, ticket prices were $7.00 each way, fuel was $0.40 per gallon, and wages were $3.35 per hour. Fast forward 25 years and ticket prices are now $14.99 each way, fuel is $4.00 per gallon, and wages are $7.85 per hour. According to Captain Woodworth, Basically, fuel expense quadrupled and wages doubled over the last 25 years. However tickets prices have only doubled during this time. In addition to offering regular ferry service to the islands from May through October, the Jet Express offers Excursion Adventure Cruises. These cruises are theme-based and visit a variety of U.S. and Canadian ports throughout Lake Erie and its tributaries. Popular ports of call have included: St. Clair, MI, Detroit, MI, Windsor, Canada, Wyandotte, MI, Grosse Ile, MI, Toledo, OH, Pelee Island, Canada, Leamington, Canada, and Cleveland, OH. This year, the Jet Express plans to operate approximately 30 Excursion Adventure Cruises from Lorain. Themes for these cruises include Sunset Wine Tasting, Great Lakes Beer Tasting, Cleveland Casino, Cleveland Browns, Black River Scenic Cruise, as well as a number of private charters. Additionally, the City of Huron and the Lorain Port Authority have partnered together to bring the Jet Express to Huron this season. On July 28, August 18, September 8, and September 29, the Jet Express will board passengers in Hu-

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ron and then in Lorain before heading to Cleveland for two casino trips and two Browns games, respectively. According to Captain Woodworth, It is roughly 45 minutes between Huron and Lorain and 1.25 hours between Lorain and Cleveland. We dock on the E. 9th Street Pier in downtown Cleveland next to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The port of Huron is a great fit for Jet Express service. Despite their many interesting special excursions, Captain Woodworth explained that our main operational focus remains our ferry operations to and from the islands. With

over 7,000 ferry departures to and from Port Clinton, Put-in-Bay, Kelleys Island, and Sandusky, our vessels will transport over 350,000 passengers this season. The Jet Express truly has filled the need for quick, efficient, and late-night service to the islands and continues to offer passengers the opportunity to partake in both daytime and nighttime excursions on the western basin of Lake Erie and nearby waters. For more information and ferry schedules, visit www.jet-express.

Front row: (L-R): Joshua Fox and George Poulos of Poulos & Schmid Design group; EHOVE Board members Diane Streeter, Kevin Asher and Ralph Ritzenthaler; EHOVE Board President Dr. Paul Lockwood; EHOVE Board Vice President Carole Kuns; EHOVE Board members Barbara Butcher and Janet Tuttle; EHOVE Director of Operations David Jenkins; EHOVE Superintendent Sharon Mastroianni; EHOVE Treasurer Larry Hanneman; Alex Etchill from John Hancock & Associates; Adena Corporation Construction Manager at risk Glenn Guttenberg.

EHOVE Career Center Facility Project Update

On June 5, EHOVE Board of Education members, administrators, staff and representatives from the Poulos & Schmid Design Group, John Hancock & Associates, and the Adena Corporation gathered to mark the beginning of the previously announced facilities project with a groundbreaking ceremony. This is an exciting time for EHOVE, said EHOVE Board President Dr. Paul Lockwood before the group prepared their shovels to begin the project. Were digging into our dreams today to bring EHOVE into the 21st century with state-of-the-art science classrooms and facilities to give our high school and adult education students the educational opportunities that they deserve. The goal for this important project is clear: provide high school and adult students with the most up-to-date learning environment in the timeliest and most economical means possible for our taxpayers. This project is narrowly focused and only addresses EHOVEs immediate programming needs and provides the latest training programs for in-demand jobs right here in our local area. EHOVE has developed a plan with Poulos & Schmid Design Group to build a structure that will connect two existing buildings on campus. The 66,700 sq. ft. new and renovated area will house 12 high-tech classrooms,5 state-of-the-art science labs, a new multi-purpose room, 5 flexible spaces for use by the community and staff, technology training and support areas, student study areas, as well as reconfigured office spaces for the Adult Education Department and the District Administration. This space will be furnished with the latest equipment for our high school and adult students. To see close ups of the images, go to www. The cost of construction is capped at $8.41 million under the Guaranteed Maximum Price(GMP) agreement that was signed with EHOVEs construction manager at risk (CMR), The Adena Corporation. The CMR form of bidding was made possible by recent regulatory changes that reformed the construction rules for publically funded projects. The project has been funded by the issuance of Certificates of Participation (COPS) in the amount of $7.5 million. The EHOVE Board of Education has also set aside $1 million in the Permanent Improvement Fund. No new levies were requested to fund the project. The next time that EHOVE may be on the ballot is for a 0.5

EHOVE Instructor Selected As Outstanding Educator

mill operational levy that will expire in 2014. That levy was first passed in 1979 and has been renewed in 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004 and 2009. Bidding various aspects on the project is currently underway. Adena is handing the bidding process for the district and will award contracts to the successful bidders later this month. Construction will begin immediately after contracts are awarded. Completion of the project will be phased in with the first areas ready for students and staff by early spring 2014. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by June 1014. EHOVEs goal is to work extensively with local construction professionals and suppliers on this project. This will create jobs for local workers. Boosting our local economy has always been one of our priorities. Our continued partnership with local businesses will be enhanced with the updated facilities, said Lockwood. It will ensure our students have the latest training, equipment and skills necessary to meet the needs of our area employers. Modern facilities will be a boost to our local economy and will create jobs and in this tough economy, who doesnt want that?

EHOVE Health Tech Instructor Fay Felske has been selected by SkillsUSA as one of five Ohio recipients of the Outstanding Career Tech Educator Award. SkillsUSA is a nationwide student organization that is offered to EHOVE students enrolled in many of the career tech training programs. It provides students with opportunities to participate in competitive events, fundraisers, community service projects and social chapter activities. Felske was presented with her award at the SkillsUSA State Competition. She has attended many local, regional, state and national competitions with EHOVE students during her role as SkillsUSA Advisor for the last eight years, although shes been involved with the organization for a total of 11 years. She was honored to receive the award and appreciates the nomination. We all work together as a team, said Felske. Its been great working with everyone to help the students.Felske also works with EHOVE students throughout the year in the student-driven activity periods that she believes motivates the students to excel at competitions and leadership. She also is involved with them at a SkillsUSA Summer Leadership Camp where the focus is on leadership skills, teambuilding skills, coperation, enthusiasm, motivation and helping kids think outside the box.

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Anthony A. Meno George L. Mize Milton J. Shirley, Jr. William B. Taylor Ernest L. Temper Ralph Zimmerman Korean War William F. Fantozzi Edward Garra Vietnam War James C. Fekete Gregg W. Heidrich James C. Baumer Terrance R. Mesenberg War in Afghanistan Michael Finke Paul Ward Paul Ward ____________ operation and management of the summer production season. Some discussion did ensure with Board representatives, but I often felt that my input was neither valued or even desired. (My input had not been sought in the restructuring process, so I had many questions and concerns about some of the resulting information, especially with division and areas of responsibility for which I thought my experience with the uniqueness of The Huron Playhouse might shed some light. ) Upon occasion in such discussion, I even felt ridiculed and insulted, although I dont imagine that was the intent. I was given a deadline of November 1st, 2012 for acceptance or rejection of the contract. Eventually feeling that discussion with Board representatives had come to an impasse, and recognizing that any contract I signed would automatically give my approval to the content of all the Board-approved documents I had been given, (job descriptions, operational procedures, areas of responsibility, etc.) I could not, in good faith, accept the position by signing the contract. I knew this action would cause immediate termination of my association with the Playhouse. It was a very difficult decision to make, since The Huron Playhouse has been a very important part of my life and that of my family for many, many years. In fact, my late husband and I first arrived in Huron, in different years, as members of the Playhouse student company, and decided to eventually establish residence here, in part, because of our Playhouse association. However, I could not remain true to myself and to my history with the Playhouse if I should sign a contract under such feelings of uncertainty and negativity. One of my deepest regrets with this decision, however, was that because of it, perhaps, a number of former, talented, and devoted staff and company members were not invited back to be a part of the 2013 season. I am well aware that a Board of Directors has every right to make changes, nor do they need to seek input from others for decisions they make. In my former managerial position, I had to make a number of decisions and changes, which Im sure were not to the liking of some! Therefore, the intention of the content herein is not meant to cast aspersions, but rather to be given the opportunity to respond to public-forum comments using my name, and to, thusly, explain and clarify the reason that I am no longer associated with The Huron Playhouse. As a final note, and on behalf of many long-time Huron Playhouse staff and company members, my immediate family, and the extended Playhouse family which continued to grow each year, I wish to personally extend my deepest appreciation for the outstanding support shown during our many years of association to: Huron City Schools personnel; BGSU & BGSU Firelands personnel; local and area businesses, organizations, churches, and Foundations; community youth and adult on-stage and back-stage participants; our wonderful patrons, many of whom became old friends; and all the others who saw in our efforts a true desire to educate, enlighten, entertain, and provide a worthy service to the community, which in turn, greatly enriched our lives. THANK YOU for your support of us and of the Arts! Jann Graham Glann Former Managing & Artistic Director The Huron Playhouse

Memorial Day is a day to recognize that the freedoms we enjoy every day and often take for granted do not come free. So many Americans gave their lives in defense of the values which we hold dear, that it is fitting to take time from our lives to honor them and the families who have lost loved ones. Since high school I have always attended the Memorial Day ceremony here in Huron or wherever else I was living or traveling. I have attended ceremonies at two national cemeteries and various other cities. I am thankful to Mr. Bob Farmer Jones who first inspired me to attend the ceremony at Scott Cemetery in 1982, where, as a 17 year-old I was moved by the speakers, the 21-gun salute, and taps. I made a commitment that day that I would pay homage in this manner every year. Now as an adult, I am interested in listing these brave souls one by one. Those heroes from our own community of Huron who were killed or missing in action during battles dating back to the Civil War, deserve at least that. We have the World War II memorial in front of McCormick School, but what about the other wars? So, with the indispensable help of Judy Ryan of the Huron Historical Society as well as some internet research of my own, we now have a list of Hurons KIA. My goal with this letter is to invite anyone who might know of someone that has been overlooked to please contact me. Also, please let me know about any errors. These brave souls deserve our every effort to achieve 100% accuracy. At this time I have 61 names, and they are: Civil War Edgar Cross Moses Martin Thomas Kingston Henry Garritt Peter Kritzer Jacob Kritzer Fredrick Holzhauser William Marlow William Harris William James John Wiland George Nicholas Thomas Matson George Eikor Luther Wentworth John Straus John Barbour David Everett Edward McDermott William Cherry Benjamin Turner Martin Tyler John Osborn Oscar Bacon Cyrus Phillips George Pierce Joseph Ells John Keen Nathan Smith Ariel Kelly Aaron Strenger Jacob Jackson Adam Wikert William James World War I Charles W. Scott Joseph O. Orcutt Joseph Dewhirst Charles McCormick World War II William J. Brophy Raymond A. Cherry Richard Collins Edward Cunningham Richard D. Floyd Valentine A. Fries, Jr. Michael D. Holland Irvin J. Kehr Robert G. Keller Charles Menefee


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For several weeks, I have been thoughtfully considering the submission of this letter, which is a response to a portion of a front page article on May 9th, The Huron Playhouse in 2013. I have been in hopes that a member/s of The Huron Playhouse Board of Directors or a current staff member might see some major inaccuracies in the article and respond. That, to my knowledge, has not transpired. (I would assume that the information contained in the article was provided by HP Board or staff members to the reporter whose byline appears with the article.) Although I find some of the information of the article accusatory, without documented proof, and/or insulting to long-time and former HP staff members, I wish to address, herein, only the particular sentence which mentions me, by name, and provide the correct information. At the end of the second column, the sentence reads: As a result of the many changes instituted by the board, long-time artistic director and manager, Jann Glann, decided to step down. First, the statement implies that I was not open to change of any nature. Based upon my knowledge from being a part of management areas of the Playhouse for 44 years, change obviously was constant from year to year and such was expected, necessary, and often welcomed. Second, the position I held for 21 years, and 7 other theatre educators before me, had a title (Managing & Artistic Director) with designated, similar responsibilities since the founding of the Playhouse in 1949. Third, decided to step down. This last portion of the statement is totally false, for I did NOT step down, nor did I resign, nor did I retire from my former position with the Playhouse! When the Board of Directors finalized the reorganization and restructured the model for the overall operation of the Playhouse in late summer of 2102, the position of Managing & Artistic Director was eliminated. In late summer/early fall of 2012, the new structure of operation was presented to me, in written documents, which included a new grouping of positions, job descriptions, division and assignment of areas of responsibility, etc. for the year-round operation as well as for the 8-week residency and production period. I was offered a contract for one of the positions, which, although not the major issue for me, was to be compensated at less than half the salary of the former position, albeit with much less area of responsibilities, decision-making, and oversight than with my former position. Therefore, I could not step down from a position that no longer existed, nor for which I was no longer hired. While some of the changes instituted by the Board certainly held merit, others I had question about and wished to discuss more fully with the entire Board if possible before making a final decision and possibly signing a contract. Such changes of my concern were primarily related to the operation of the 8-week residency and day-to-day

Community Calendar
Thursday, June 13
5:00-7:00 PM- Explore the Estuary by Canoe or Kayak, Old Woman Creek. Registration required. 5:30-7:30 PM- Thursday Chess at the Huron Public

Library. All ages and abilities welcome. 6:00-7:00 PM- Digital Downloads Class for Tablets at the Huron Public Library. Registration required. 7:00-8:00 PM- Digital Downloads Class for e-Readers at the Huron Public Library. Registration required. 7:00-8:00 PM- The Health Benefits of Hypnosis with Christine A. Osterling at the Huron Public Library.

7:30 PM- Legends of Rock perform at the Boat Basin.

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6:30-7:30 PM- Just Walk- A Walk with a Doc at the Commons of Providence, 5000 Providence Dr., Sandusky. 7:00-8:00 PM- The Mystery Book Group discusses A Brew to Kill by Cleo Coyle at the Huron Public Library.

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8:00 AM-12:00 PM- Fathers Day Fishing Tournament. Erie County MetroParks program at the Shelter House, Shoreline Park, Sandusky. All equipment Tuesday, June 18 and bait provided along with 7:30 PM- Regular meeting lunch and prizes. Open to the of the Huron School Board public. at Board Office Conference Room.

Friday, June 14
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Monday, June 17
1:30-2:15 PM- Reading Bugs with ventriloquist, Vikki GreenSummer Reading program for children and tweens at the Huron Public Library. 6:30-7:30 PM- We Dig Chess at the Huron Public Library. Basic instructions will be given by Paul Sherwood for children and tweens.

Wednesday, June 19
6:30-8:00 PM- Summer YarnWorks at the Huron Public Library. 7:00-8:00 PM- Socrates Caf at the Huron Public Library. Topic: How will the broadening of the autism spectrum affect diagnosis and public opinion?

Saturday, June 15
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Thursday, June 20
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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. 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 Worship: Sunday 6 p.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 Pastors Cherub Chat at both services. 6:30 pm - Jr. and Sr. High Youth Fellowship Sanctuary and classrooms handicapped accessible.

Unit 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursdays by appointment only. Salvation Army Services: 419433-0500 St. Matthew Lutheran Church PO Box 774, 15617 Mason Road, Vermilion, 44089 Rev. Dr. Karl F. Fry, Pastor 440 967 9886 stmattvermlcms Twitter: @stmattvermlcms Sunday Worship: 9:30am (for June, July and August) No Sunday School St. Peter Catholic Church 430 Main Street, Huron, 419433-5725 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

The Chapel 4444 Galloway Road, Sandusky 419-627-0208 Saturday Service 5:00 p.m. Sunday Services at 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. Jr. High Youth Group Sundays during 9 and 11 am church service meet in the Warehouse/Youth 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 8:30 a.m. Sundays Traditional Worship Service 10 a.m. family-friendly contemporary worship, with Sunday School for children and teens.

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Lighthouse Assembly of God Church 820 Cleveland Road East, Huron 419-433-8889 Sunday Service 10:45 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Holy Trinity Anglican Church adult and children Adult Bible Study 6:30 p.m. on 1608 St. Rt. 113, Milan Tuesdays 419-499-3683 Youth Group 6 p.m. Sunday Father Dennis Henkle Food Pantry 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Worship and Holy Wednesdays; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Communion Sunday 10:00 Thursdays a.m. Food Pantry: 419-616-0088 Salvation Army Service

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Esther M. Pat Schaefer, 89, of Sandusky, passed away early Tuesday morning, June 4, 2013, in the Stein Hospice Care Center, Sandusky. Born on June 11, 1924 in Gibsonburg, OH the daughter of the late Joseph and Sadie (Ruffing) Haubert. She was a 1942 graduate of Gibsonburg High School, and May Queen 1942, Mercy College School of Nursing in Detroit, MI, she went on to do post graduate work in surgical nursing at Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI. Esther Pat went on to work in surgical nursing at St. Josephs Mercy Hospital in Detroit, MI, then Presbyterian St. Lukes Hospital in Chicago, IL and later at the University of Illinois Hospital of Chicago. When she came to Sandusky, she taught at the Providence School of Nursing for a few years and later was supervisor in the First Aid Station at the Cedar Point Amusement Park. She was a member of St. Peter Catholic Church, in Huron, OH She is survived by her husband of 65 years, Dr. John Schaefer, whom she married on November 27, 1947; her sons, John G. (Deborah) of Fort Myers, FL, Joseph P. (Jenny) of Toledo, Dr. Peter L. (Christine) of Milan, Paul (Charmaine) of Mt. Gilead and Thomas G. (LaDonna) of Huron; 14 grandchildren, Tammy (Todd) McPeek, Jennifer (Adam) Pribanic, Neil (Lydia), Jessica (Alex) Hannah, Patricia (Tim), John, Crystal, Corey, Carson, Paige, Carter, Natalie, Nathan, Nina, Abigal and Jacob. Besides her parents, she was also preceded in death by two daughters, Cindy Lou Schaefer and Christine Marie Vodicka; a son, Reid R. (Gena); four brothers, Benny, Richard, Jerome and Harold Joe Haubert; three sisters, Peggy (Leo) Stone, Mary K. (Dr. Fred) Reinick and Helen R. (Donald ) Braun. Visitation was held on Thursday, June 6, 2013, at the David F. Koch Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 520 Columbus Avenue, Sandusky. A Mass of Christian Burial was held Friday morning, June 7, 2013, at 10:30 am at St. Peter Catholic Church, 430 Main Street, Huron, OH. Fr. Jeffery Sikorski officiating. Burial is in Calvary Cemetery, Sandusky. Following the committal services a Luncheon was held in the St. Peter Gathering Space. The family suggests that memorial contributions may be to Back To the Wild, P.O. Box 423, Castalia, OH 44824 or to your favorite charity, in the memory of Esther M. Schaefer. Your memories and words of comfort may be expressed to Megan Sudsina; nephews, Nick Esthers family at www.david- and John Michael Sudsina; great-niece, Taryn Hahn; and great-nephew, Ben Hahn; and her special friend, Kim SchaffBetty L. Tate She was preceded in death Sep 18, 1935 - Jun 4, 2013 ter. by her husband, Lynn C. Boone Betty L. Tate, 77, of Huron, and a nephew, Andy Guerrero. died Tuesday, June 4, 2013, at Mass of Christian Burial was her residence. She was born held on Saturday, June 8, at Sept. 18, 1935, and was a resi- St. Peter Catholic Church, 430 dent of Huron for the past Main St., Huron. The Rev. Jefeight and a half years coming fery Sikorski officiated.Contrifrom Denton, N.C. She enjoyed butions may be made to Canquilting and all type of crafts cer Services, 505 E. Perkins Ave, and loved her walks on the Sandusky, OH 44870, or to the beach. She is survived by her Humane Society of Erie Counhusband of 58 years, Doug; a ty, 1911 Superior St., Sandusky, daughter, Gayle Tate, of Huron; OH 44870. a son, Jeff Tate, of Grove City, Ohio; and her favorite family Harold E. Sonny dog, Zoe. She was preceded in death by her parents, Baxter Boetticher and Florence (Cannon) Wood; Sep 15, 1952 - Jun 4, 2013 and two brothers. At Bettys Harold E. (Sonny) Boetticher, request, there will be no visitation or services. The family 60, residing in Huron, passed wishes to thank everyone from away Tuesday evening, June 4, Firelands Home Health Care 2013, in Cleveland Clinic after and Stein Hospice for the com- a brief illness. Sonny was born passionate care and friendship Sept. 15, 1952, in Sandusky, son they provided and a special of the late Harold and Dorothy Boetticher-Mantthank you to Jodi and all of (Winklea) Bettys neighbors close by. kowski. Harold was a Sandusky Contributions may be made High School graduate. He reto Stein Hospice Services, 1200 tired from Tenneco Inc. in 2010 Sycamore Line, Sandusky, OH where he worked in the facto44870.Foster Funeral Home & ry. He loved hunting geese and Crematory, Huron, is handling deer, fishing, gardening, being the arrangements. Condolenc- outdoors, and building things. es may be shared at fosterfh. Time spent with family was an important part of his life.Soncom. ny is survived by his wife, San(Foltz) Boetticher, whom Kathleen A. Sudsina dra he married Sept. 26, 1981; two Aug 5, 1961 - Jun 5, 2013 children, Amy (David Stroman) Kathleen A. Sudsina, 52, of Boetticher, of Columbus, and Huron, passed away with her Kevin Boetticher, of Huron; sisfamily by her side on Wednes- ter, Sharon E. (Jim) Ostheimer, day, June 5, 2013, in Stein Hos- of Sandusky; nephews, Brian pice Inpatient Unit, Sandusky, Ostheimer, of Cincinnati, Chad after a five-year battle with (Jen) Ostheimer, of Columbus, pancreatic cancer. Her new- and their sons Zachary and born granddaughter was her Owen. Funeral services were inspiration during her struggle held on Monday at Zion Luwith her disease. She was born theran Church, 503 Columbus April 5, 1961, in McKeesport, Ave., Sandusky. The Rev. John Pa. She graduated from Huron B Mawhirter presided. Burial High School in 1979. Kathy followed in Meadow Green worked as a switchboard op- Memorial Park, Huron. Those wishing to contribute erator for Providence Hospital and Behnkes Telephone An- to Harolds memory may do so swering Service, Sandusky, for to Zion Lutheran Church, 503 more than 27 years. She was Columbus Ave., Sandusky, OH very compassionate about her 44870 or to the donors favorwork. She was a member of ite charity. St. Peter Catholic Church, Huron. She enjoyed music, dancing, and most of all her family. She is survived by daughters, Stephanie (Todd) Spore, of Sandusky, and Michelle Boone, of Huron; her parents, Eileen Kelly and Michael Sudsina, both of Huron; sister, Mary Ellen (Robert) Longnecker, of Huron; brothers, Michael (Martha) Sudsina, of Aurora, Ohio, and Chris (Nancy) Sudsina, of Pittsburgh; a granddaughter, Lexi Kathleen Spore; nieces, Alicia Hahn, Jillian Sudsina and

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6.5 inches) and bring it to the library. We will up-cycle it into a creative birdhouse for our fine feathered friends. Registration required (K-2 grade.) ----Tweens Dig Clay, Tuesday, June 18, 10 11 am or 11:30 am 12:30 pm Put on some old clothes and come work some clay! Pastor Tom will teach you the techniques to make a small pot- a creation to last for years. Registration required (grades 3 6.) ----Storytime summer session begins Wednesday, June 19 with Lapsit (Ages 0 2 with caregiver at 10:15 am) followed by Toddler Time (Ages 2 and 3 years with caregiver at 11 am) and afternoon Storytime (Ages 3 and older) at 1:30 pm. Family Storytime is in the evening at 6:30 pm where reading is a family affair. Join us and share in stories, songs and fun! ----Teen Make It, Take It Craft Day, Wednesday, June 19 at 2:30 or 6:30 pm Dig down beneath your outer faade and tap into your creative side as we repurpose and up-cycle some common throw-away items into jazzy dcor and jewelry. Registration required. ----Directors Cut: Non-Fiction Book Group, Wednesday, June 19 at 7 pm Salt, Sugar, Fat: How the Food Giants Keep your kids challenged and happy this summerregister for Summer Day Camp (including fun weekly field trips), Youth Sports Camps and Swim Lessons! ----NEW! 2013 Summer Day Camp Interactive, fun program for students ages 6-12 years old. Located at Shawnee Elementary, the Day Camp is six weekly sessions with field trips every Friday. Register now for one week, several weeks or all six weeks. The camp will be held during the weeks of June 24th through July 29th. See our website for more information. ----Youth Sports Camps & Swim Lessons SWIM LESSONS for children ages 3 through 10: Session I is July 8-19 (some class times are filled, check our website), Session II is July 22-August 2, and Session III is August 5-16. ----UPCOMING YOUTH SPORTS CAMPS: Track Camp June 12-14 Hershey Track & Field Event June 14 (free event, registration at noon at Huron HS) Golf Camp June 24-26 Cheerleading Camp Hooked Us by Michael Moss is this months discussion book. New members welcome by calling or emailing the library. ----Socrates Caf, Wednesday, June 19 at 7 pm. Join neighbors from diverse backgrounds in a thoughtful, open-minded exchange of ideas at the Socrates Caf discussion group. Light refreshments will be served, compliments of the Friends of the Huron Public Library. Discussion topic: How will the broadening of the Autism Spectrum affect the diagnosis and public opinion about autism? ----YarnWorks meets every Wednesday from 6:30 8 pm. Join this enthusiastic group- no matter your age or skill level, all are welcome. No registration needed. ----Facebook Fundamentals, Thursday, June 20, 6:30 7:30 pm This class is for adults with a basic level of computer competency and is an introduction to the social networking world of Facebook. Registration required. ----The Book Exchange, a popular and eclectic book discussion group, meets Thursday, June 20 at 7 pm to talk about The Art of Fielding by Chad Harbach. New members always welcome by calling the Library. Free admission to Saturday evening Boppin on the Basin concerts and Sunday evening Arts at the Amphitheater concerts is made possible by our sponsors. ----Downtown Cleveland Boat Trips departing from Huron Boat Basin! The Lorain Port Authority, in conjunction with the Jet Express, has arranged four boat trips to Cleveland departing from the Huron Boat Basin -- July 28th and August 18th (Horseshoe Casino Cruises); as well as September 8th and September 29th (Cleveland Browns games). Tickets and details are available through the Lorain Port Authority, phone 440-2042269 or visit Boat Basin Marina Dockage 20 24 foot docks; electric and water available. Call the Huron Boat Basin at 419-433-4848 or email boatbasin@cityofhuron. org Nickel Plate Parking Passes Enjoy the beach all summer and save money - Visit our office or our website to order your 2013 Nickel Plate Parking Pass!

notherapist, will discuss the uses of hypnosis to Huron Public Library Hours improve health. She will touch on the many modern Mon - Thurs 9AM - 8:30 PM; uses of hypnosis to manFri & Sat 9 AM - 5 PM Sun 1 PM - 5 PM age stress, deal with anxi419-433-5009 ety and pain and develop healthy habits. Ms. Osterling will also discuss using hypnosis to lose weight Summer Reading Program registration and stop smoking. began Tuesday, June 4th. Stop in to get ----your reading records and to sign up for Reading Bugs, Monday, June 17, 1:30 fun events- all FREE all summer long! 2:15 pm for Children & Tweens (K-6 ----grade) Chess, Thursday, June 13 at 5:30 pm Ventriloquist Vikki Green has unearthed People have been playing this age-old some hilarious friends living in her backgame at the Library for years. Now its your yard. These funny dirt-loving bugs, along turn to try. Come learn the strategies to with some of her other friends, join Vikki take your game to the next level. Just be- to create hilarious routines that will have ginning? Thats fine too. All ages and abili- the audience giggling with excitement. ties are welcome. No registration required. Registration required. --------Digital Downloads: For tablet users: Mystery Book Group, Monday, June 17 Thursday, June 13, 6 7 pm; for e-read- at 7 pm or Tuesday, June 18 at 2 pm er users: Thursday, June 13, 7 8pm A Brew to a Kill by Cleo Coyle will be disLearn how to browse, search, borrow and cussed. New members welcome by calling download digital library items to your e- Shirley at 419-433-5009. reader or tablet. Attendees need to bring ----their library card and reading device for Once Upon a Storybook Birdhouse hands-on instruction. Childrens Craft, Tuesday, June 18, 10:30 ----- 11:30 am or 1:30 2:30 pm The Health Benefits of Hypnosis, Dig up a childrens book (no paperbacks Thursday, June 13 at 7 pm please) from home that you no longer Christine A. Osterling, a Clinical Hyp- want (Golden Books are perfect size 8 x

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The regional Hershey Track & Field meet will be conducted Friday, June 14th at Huron Memorial Stadium. The meet is FREE, sponsored by the Huron Parks and Recreation Department, with registration from 12 noon 1pm. The meet runs from 1:00pm 4:00pm and is open to all area children ages 9 to 14 years old. A copy of your birth certificate is required to properly place participants in the required age groups.

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Not all competition involves sporting events. Young people possess talents in a variety of arenas and, thus, they should be afforded opportunities to showcase their talents in numerous ways. For the past 28 years, the Power of the Pen, Ohios award-winning educational enhancement program devoted to excellence in creative writing, has allowed aspiring young writers the opportunity to compete against one another simply armed with a writing instrument and a vivid imagination. After competing at the district and regional levels, St. Peter 7th grade student, Maggie McNea, had the opportunity to compete at the state level for the Power of the

Pen on May 24 at the College of Wooster. To qualify for the state level competition, Maggie had to be in the top 50% of participants at the district level and the top 25% at the regional level. For each level of the competition, Maggie was required to write three different stories on three assigned topics. Maggies preferred genres are fantasy and romance, so she incorporated these into the assigned topics. Maggie does not yet know how she faired against the other 749 participants at the state competition, but she had fun nonetheless. No matter the results, Maggie will keep on writing because it is one of her passions. I have been writing since the beginning of 6th grade- that is when I decided I wanted to be a writer, but I always knew that I wanted to do something with books. explained Maggie. To better prepare for next years competition, Maggie plans to write more and read more. In the end, Maggie had a wonderful and meaningful experience with Power of the Pen. Most of all, she stated I got to do what I love and go to state for it. Congratulations on your accomplishments, Maggie. Keep on writing!

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The faculty and staff of McCormick Junior High have announced the Honor Roll and Merit Roll honors for the fourth quarter of the 2012-2013 school year. Congratulations to the following students for their hard work and dedication to their studies. To be eligible for the Honor Roll, a student must attain a grade point average of 3.5 4.0. An asterisk (*) following the students name indicates a 4.000 grade point average. To be eligible for the Merit Roll, a student must attain a grade point average of 3.00 3.4999. HONOR ROLL SEVENTH GRADE Delaney Allen, Adelynne Baus, Sarah Blevins, Makenzie Bott, Cassandra Currence, Timothy Delahunt, Colleen Dodrill, Nathan Evers, Allison Fisher, Josie Franks, Katey Franks, Alexis Hartung, Nathan Herwat, Julia Hippely, Faith Hofacker, Katelyn Hopper, Kelly Hughes, Michael Hurst, Jaylee Jordan, Nina Kehr, Priya Kurtz, Nicholas Lenyo*, Isabela Liu, Lydia Mischler, Jacob Moncher, Nathan Pack*, Hayden Petee, Brooke Ritzler, James Scally, Joseph Sugalski, Casey VanCauwenbergh, Joseph Welborn, Brandon Williamson HONOR ROLL EIGHTH GRADE Claire Balde, Evelyn Bates*, Cassandra Battiste, Aubrey Baumler, August Beckman, Michael Boston, Jenna Burrier, Abby Cammalleri, Matthew Carroll*, Madissen Crow, Emily Dewey, Cassandra Dircks, Maria DiVita*, Mary Emerson, Juan Flores, Conor Fortune, Francesco Gioffre, Joseph Harkelroad, Hannah Hastings, Emily Heiberger, Madeline Henry, Stevie Holbrook*, Jake Holsapple, Kellie Huffman, Thomas Hufnagle, Nicole Hughes, Colton Jenkins, Philip Jones, Rebecca Jones, Sydney Kraus, Lauren Martello, Caitlyn McNulty, Elizabeth Mills*, Morgan Morey*, Brandon Odell, Amy Opfer, Jacob Ortman, Colin Pender*, Jordan Prosser*, Brittany Rowen, Logan Savage, Hillary Sterett, William Steuk, Nicholas Stutzman, Riki Tanaka*, Andrew Thorpe, Courtney Ulmer, Austin Wagner, Sydney Ward, Damian Wennberg, Kailee Wennes, Melissa Wirtz, Aaron Wise*, Addison Wisehart, Gabriella Wood MERIT ROLL SEVENTH GRADE Austin Beidelschies, Kaylia Black, Lucas Critelli, Jack Fischer, Allison Fraser, Brandon Gorby, Jaelie Grznar, Noah Hassinger, Nathan Hoty, Jacob Jordan, Ethan Lee, Abbey Lowy, Sara Lundy, Macie Majoy, Brianna Marroquin, Eric Martin, Travus Mayle, Jaret Monak, Mackenzie Mullins, Grant Nelson, Jared Ochs, George Pettegrew, Nathan Polak, Paige Romell, Macy Smith, Meckenze Wardrip, Felicity Warren, Reilly Wysocki MERIT ROLL EIGHTH GRADE Bennett Arthur, Erin Blankenship, Taylor Cheatham, Zachary Cobleigh, Chelsea Collins, Rachel Doto, Sara Eirons, Mya Esposito, Yavay Faflik, Alli Grendow, Jared Hohler, Virginia Holtwick, Jordan Jensen, Luke Larson, Molly Lehrer, Maxwell Martin, Chad Mize, Sarah Neibler, Ashlyn Ohm, Alexandrea Pitcher, Aurianna Potter, Brooke Roeder, Lorenzo Ruta, Rachel Stadler, Lauren Stauder, Nathaniel Wallace, Ian Wierzba, William Wiseman, Grant Witter, Joseph Wright, Sophie Young

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We are a dealer FOR the People. That means we put our customers first before everything else. We believe that everyone deserves to drive a nicer, newer car today. Our business is not selling cars. Our business is finding solutions to the everyday problems that keep most people stuck in a car they hate. Were on a mission to change the world by helping people get the car they want and deserve. Our goal is to be a trusted advisor in the process.

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Attention Huron Residents, resident I realize you have the same choice I doGo east, west or go to the BEST. I choose Sharpnacks because of the $18,495 $13,995 $15,895 $20,895 $15,995 $13,995
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The purpose of this letter is to introduce myself, Julie Parell, as YOUR Sharpnack Chevrolet Buicks Connection. Being a Huron

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For 24 MonthS. For 24 MonthS. The purpose of this letter is to introduce myself, Julie Parell, as YOUR Sharpnack Chevrolet $1999 Buicks Connection. Being a Huron $1999 Due at Signing Due at Signing 2012 Chevy Impala 2012 Chevy Traverse 2012 GMC Yukon 4WD 2013 Chevy 2013 Chevy Malibu resident I realize you have the same choice I do- Go east, west or go to the BEST. I choose Sharpnacks because of the 2012 Chevy Equinox 4d Wagon SLT 4d Sedan LT1 Malibu Eco dealerships pledge to the people, Which is:

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