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The 22nd Annual Huron River Fest celebration is set to kick off this Friday with Opening Ceremonies scheduled for 5:00 pm followed by the Queen’s Crowning at 6:00 pm at the Huron Boat Basin Amphitheater. Stop by to view the competition and watch as Queen Lilly Justus passes the crown on to the new 20132014 Huron River Fest Queen. pm. On Sunday the local band, Lite Wait will take the stage at 2:30 pm. The Lions Club River Fest parade kicks off on Saturday at 11:00 am from Huron High School with a special someone as Grand Marshal leading the parade through the streets of Huron. This year’s parade is loaded with fantastic floats, ball teams, area royalty and is surely a The skies above the Huron River will must see for viewers of all ages. light up as one of the best fireworks displays around will ignite the night Following the parade, stop by the Huat 10:15 pm following the Alien Blues ron River Fest Road Show at the Huron band. The Alien Blues Band features Presbyterian Church parking lot on your gutsy blues & rock featuring Dave James. way back to the midway. See the many Road Show entries of cars, trucks, tracOn Saturday the amphitheater will be tors, motorcycles, anything with wheels home to Neo-Funk a local youth band and a motor qualifies. playing classic & modern rock from 2 to 4 and Belligerent Chimp a classic 70’s Corn dogs, cotton candy, kettle korn, & 80’s rock band from 4:30 to 7:00 pm ice cream, brat worst, onion bloomers, and Monkey Love known for their mu- slushies, beer, pop it is all there….one sic from 90’s to today from 7:30 to 10:30 weekend of festival food won’t hurt. Take the night off of cooking and stop For the River Fest Event: Labatt, Pepsi, down to see the offerings. The Crawford Insurance Group, South Shore Marine, Huron - Drug Mart, HuSunday is Family Fun Day. Start the day ron Pizza House, Hy-Miler Convenience, with some delicious pancakes and sau- TJ Shots Photography, Cottage Designs, sage with the Huron Band at the Huron Certified Restoration, Cornell’s Foods, Boat Basin Picnic Pavilion then show up Huron Parks & Recreation, FSI Disposal, at Lake Front Park with your favorite four Huron Playhouse, Huron Hometown legged friend and walk off the calories News, K-96, 95.3 wlkr, The Register, Funin the Pets on the Pier Walk and Contest, coast, BAS Broadcasting, All Phase. sponsored by the Crawford Insurance Group. Bring your favorite friend, walk For the Road Show: Mad River Harley out the pier, perform your tricks and Davidson, BGSU Firelands & Lucky Stone earn a prize. Don’t forget to dress up, if Promotions. that is your thing. For the Queens Contest: Sawmill Creek Join the Huron Playhouse group back Resort, TRC Roofing of Ohio, Berardi’s on stage by noon at the amphitheater Restaurant, K&K Interiors, First Federal for their Company Highlights followed of Lorain, Huron Chamber of Commerce, by the highly spirited HHS cheerlead- Cottage Designs, Barnes Nursery, Coloers as they lead the mini-cheerleaders in nial Gardens, Pat O’Brien Chevrolet, The cheers and dance. Mr. Fix It Handyman. As always the Huron River Fest event would not be made possible without the generous support of their sponsors. The 2013 Huron River Fest Committee and the Huron Community wishes to Thank the following individuals for their support and for making the festival happen: For Pets on the Pier: The Crawford Insurance Group For more information regarding events, times and locations of the 2013 Huron River Fest event, log on to www. huronriverfest.com

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Student Donates Hair in Honor of Ms. Vonthron
By Lisa Yako Grown-ups often underestimate the impact that children can have on our world. Yet, simple acts of love paired with a positive disposition speak volumes. A few years ago, Huron second-grade student, Lauren Schindley, saw a little girl on television that did not have any hair due to her cancer treatments. Lauren knew that she wanted to help children with cancer, and at that moment Lauren committed herself to donating her hair. The process of growing her hair so it was long enough to donate took several years. During this time, Lauren, a student at Shawnee Elementary, witnessed her principal, Ms. Tanny Vonthron, go through periods of having no hair herself due to cancer treatments. Lauren was truly inspired by the tenacity and positive attitude that Ms. Vonthron has maintained during her battle with cancer. When the time finally came for Lauren to donate her hair at the end of May, it was an easy decision for her to decide to make her donation in honor of Ms. Vonthron. Lauren’s donation of 10 inches of hair was officially made to Locks for Love, a public non-profit organization that provides hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children in the United States and Canada under age 21 suffering from no longer a private battle.” she explained. Hence, Lauren’s donation in her honor was deeply moving. “Lauren’s act of kindness has given a stranger the gift of normalcy and the ability to look into the mirror and not be reminded of her mortality or seemingly endless illness caused by treatments that must be tolerated in order to one day be healthy again. The fact that she bestowed this gift in my name is the greatest honor I have been given, and the certificate from the Locks for Love organization holds more meaning than the diplomas that it will soon hang among on my wall. Lauren’s selfless donation and the support of her family demonstrate yet another example of why Huron is such a special place to live.” Lauren’s mom, Erica, is also extremely proud of her daughter’s mature decision. “I thought it was fantastic because she (Lauren) talks about Ms. Vonthron a lot, and I think she is sad because this was her (Lauren’s) last year at Shawnee. So, this is a really special thing she could have done in honor of Ms. Vonthron. I was thrilled.” stated Erica. After watching Ms. Vonthron’s battle with cancer during Lauren’s past three years at Shawnee, the whole Schindley family has become more informed about cancer. In addition, Erica

added “We have learned to be grateful for everything we have, and that you should always try to give back if you can.” These are truly value lessons for an eight-year old and for people of any age. Great job, Lauren.

long-term medical hair loss from any diagnosis. According to Ms. Vonthron, losing your hair due to illness is truly devastating. “I have been in treatment for cancer for over four years and have lost my hair three separate times. Each time my hair fell out, it was more devastating than the last. For me, the hardest part of having cancer is everyone knowing that my body is fighting a serious illness and therefore people may look at me or treat me differently. From talking with others who share my experience, I have found that I am not alone and many share these feelings. Without hair, a serious health challenge is

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Anytime Fitness 5K Co-sponsored by Family Eye Care Centers
The Anytime Fitness (Huron & Sandusky) 5k, cosponsored by Family Eye Care Centers will be held Saturday, July 13 in Huron. Proceeds from the 2013 Anytime Fitness 5K will assist the Abbey Rose Foundation. The Non Profit foundation was started by Huron High School Spanish teacher Sam Kudrin and his wife Suzi after the loss of their first child in April 2011. Sam and Suzi will be at the race to sell Abbey Rose bracelets and take any orders for books to be sent to other families. They also have about 20 Indians tickets remaining to be sold for the Abbey Rose Day at Indians game, Sunday July 14, Progressive Field in Cleveland. Sam will be throwing out the first pitch. Don’t miss the fun. Runners and walkers are encouraged to wear a Tshirt representing the loss of a child. Registration begins at 7:00am with the 5K race beginning at 8am. A 1k fun run will follow at approximately 9:00am, with age group awards, the top male and female award and the Mike Soloman Award at 9:30am. Pre-registration cost is $12, race day cost is $15, 1K fun run $8. Race forms are available at Anytime Fitness (Huron & Sandusky), Family Eye Care Center, Huron Chamber of Commerce, Huron Boat Basin, and the day of the race or by going to www.anytimefitness5k.com. Also, check out the link to the Abbey Rose Foundation on the Anytime Fitness 5k web site. After the race stay for the Huron River Fest parade at 11pm and enjoy the Huron River Fest activities beginning at noon.

Around Town What’s Happening in Vermilion
HEAR YE! HEAR YE! The Friends of Harbour Town invite you to take time to visit Vermilion’s Downtown with the excitement of the 18th Annual Historic SummerFare and the Lake Shore Corvette Club Car Show, this coming Saturday, July 13th . The Historic SummerFare will be held in Exchange Place Park, Rt. 6 and 60 corners (Main and Liberty Avenue) from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm. Visit with the overflowed park of Antique and Collectible Dealers, vendors with quilted and hand made items, glassware, nautical items, baskets, and linens, bird houses, Peruvian style made out of semi precious stone jewelry, sea glass jewelry of many designs, handcrafted wooden items for gardens, homes, bird houses, bird feeders, garden planters, garden benches, smoking and grilling wood chips, plant, wooden trays, many handmade items, and many creative jewelry makers, handmade clothing from Thailand , beach stone art, Tom’s Honey Jar with an assortment of honey delicious products, cloth change purses, beautiful handmade purses, and clothing accessories, quilted items, cell phone covers, camera cases, coin purses, Kindle covers, eye glass cases, beach bags, purses, yoga mat bags, and tote bags, Johnny’s Moped Raffle for the Vermilion Pantry, Mike Leuszler Caricature Artist and art work, Africa Shae Products, African shirts, sun dresses, and jewelry, Up cycled and purposed furniture and bright colored accessories, many pieces for children’s room or another whimsical area in your home, crafts, crochet towels, Antiques of all sizes, special pieces, wonderful gifts for all.

You won’t want to miss having a hamburger sandwich from Troop #409 a fund raising to provide financial assistance to troop members for camp and troop projects. Bob and Ann DiCarlo are calling all age Corvette Owners to bring their corvette to put on display also this Saturday, July 13th from 10 am to 3 pm. Registration starts at 9:00 am on the village green of Victory Park, South Main Street/Rts. 60 in downtown Vermilion. The first 150 cars will receive a dash plaque when registering. The show is sanctioned by The National Corvette Club. This year’s theme will be Rt. 66 for Rt. 60 and 6. The cars will be on show in the Grand Division Parking Lot behind Brummer’s Chocolates, on South Main Street, and in Victory Park. View the Corvettes of many colors with the excited owners to talk to. Take time to enjoy our unique downtown to walk and sit within the shaded parks and streetscape’s, visit with the specialty shoppe owners and eateries, and view the colorful flowers or enjoy a narrated ride on the historic Vermilion River while viewing the natural water way and the Cape Cod Homes within the Vermilion Lagoons on the Mystic Bell Paddle Wheel Boat at the 2nd light west of the Vermilion River Bridge at the waters edge. For information on Show Vendors: Diane Chesnut, 440654-8847 or 963-7747 or Corvette Show Information, Robert Decarlo - 440-967-7510. Bring the family and friends to enjoy the day in the Harbour Town 1837 Historic District of downtown Vermilion.

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If you have ever been to a Huron Tiger football game, you will recognize the familiar H-team red and gray flag that leads the players onto the field. What you may not know about that flag, however, is that it currently resides in Afghanistan, providing several members of the US Army a memory of home. This Fourth of July, while many of us were trying to decide if the rain would hold off for a picnic or where to watch fireworks, this flag was raised and held by Captain Jeffrey Sowecke, Commander of Delta Company, 6th Squadron, 8th U.S. Cavalry Regiment and several of his fellow soldiers. The next time you see this flag at a football game, please let it serve as a reminder to thank those who serve our country, our state, and our city, each and every day. “A special Fourth of July greeting to all of my friends and family back in Huron, Ohio! This flag has enjoyed its time over here and will soon be heading home. Thanks for your continued support! To everyone else, enjoy this great day!!”

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(L-R) Greenlee Tools rep Blake George, EHOVE Electrical Tech student Josh Rohrbacher, Wolff Bros rep Bill Porter, Greenlee Tools rep Travis Zook

Generous Donations That Work

EHOVE’S Electrical Tech program received a very generous donation of tool kits from Wolf Bros. Supply in Sandusky and Greenlee Tools. Electrical Tech instructor, Chuck Oeder, is very impressed by the donation. “Thousands of dollars worth of tools were donated to my Electrical Tech program. This is amazing in today’s economy to receive donations from businesses to help with student’s education,” said Oeder. Bill Porter from Wolff Bros. Supply in Sandusky Ohio helped start the Klein Tool program back in 1999. Klein has provided a Electricians Tool kit worth over $250 to the top Electrical Tech senior every year. This year’s recipient was Tony Wampler (Western Reserve HS).Greenlee Tools representatives Blake George and Travis Zook also awarded valuable tool kits to two deserving Electrical Tech students, Wyatt Dye (St. Mary Central Catholic) and Josh Rohrbacher (Perkins HS). The students who received the awards this year are all part of EHOVE’s Summer Jumpstart Program (summer internship/on-the-job work experience): Dye at Satellite Electric in Vermilion, Rohrbacher at Firelands Electric in Sandusky and Wampler at Kalahari Resort. They also were in the top of their class in academic performance,

Community Calendar
Thursday, July 11
5:00-7:00 PM- Explore the Estuary by Canoe or Kayak at Old Woman Creek. Registration required. 5:30 PM- Chess at the Huron Public Library. All ages and abilities welcome. 6:00-7:00 PM- Digital Downloads for E-Readers at the Huron Public Library. Registration required. 7:00-8:00 PM- Digital Downloads for Tablets at the Huron Public Library. Registration required. 11:00 AM- Riverfest parade. 7:30-10:00 PM- Dan Robertson performs at Quarry Hill Winery, Berlin Heights. 7:00 PM- Mystery Book Group at the Huron Public Library discusses Vanished in the Dunes by Allan Retzky.

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Sunday, July 14
1:00-5:00 PM- Friends of the Huron Public Library Annual Book Sale- Bag sale. 2:00-4:00 PM- Sunday Afternoon Ride- Meet at Osborn MetroPark then travel to North West St. in Norwalk to ride the North Coast Inland Trail going west out of Norwalk. Bike and helmet required. 5:30 PM- St. Peter Duck Race, Huron River.

Tuesday, July 16
2:00 PM- Mystery Book Group at the Huron Public Library discusses Vanished in the Dunes by Allan Retzky. 6:30 PM- Candlemaking at the Erie Room, Frost Center, Osborn MetroPark. Cost: $12. Min: 5 Max: 10 participants. Registration required by July 11.

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Friday, July 12
9:00 AM-5:00 PM- Friends of the Huron Public Library Annual Book Sale- Members’ only preview sale. 10:15 PM- Riverfest fireworks.

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Wednesday, July 17
12:00-5:00 PM- American Red Cross Blood Drive, St. Peter Catholic Church. 6:00-7:00 PM- Park Yoga at The Enchanted Cottage, East Sandusky Bay MetroPark. $10 per class drop-in rate. 6:30 PM- YarnWorks at the Huron Public Library. All are welcome.

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Dr. Biro has worked with athletes at every level, from high school to professional. He also served as a United States Olympic Training Center Physician. Dr. Biro is married and has a son as well as two dogs and a cat. In his free time, he enjoys watching his son participate in school sports. He also likes to work on home improvement projects and restore cars.
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Thursday, July 18
6:30-7:30 PM- Facebook Fundamentals at the Huron Public Library. Registration required. 7:00 PM- The Book Exchange Group at the Huron Public Library discusses Unsaid by Neil Abramson. 7:00 PM- Author Visit at the Huron Public Library: Linda Braymiller. If you would like your event listed in the Community Calendar, contact Lisa Yako at lyako@bex.net.

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Church Chat • Milestones
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 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 Pastor’s Cherub Chat at both only. services. Salvation Army Services: 4196:30 pm - Jr. and Sr. High Youth 433-0500 First Presbyterian Church Holy Trinity Anglican Church Fellowship 225 Williams Street, Huron 1608 St. Rt. 113, Milan Sanctuary and classrooms St. Matthew Lutheran 419-433-5018 419-499-3683 handicapped accessible. Church Summer Worship Hours: Father Dennis Henkle PO Box 774, 15617 Mason Memorial Day to Labor Day Worship and Holy Lighthouse Assembly of Road, Vermilion, 44089 8:00 & 9:30 am Communion – Sunday 10:00 God Church Rev. Dr. Karl F. Fry, Pastor Fellowship Hour at 10:30 a.m. 820 Cleveland Road East, 440 967 9886 No Sunday School Huron www.lutheransonline.com/ Huron United Methodist Winter Worship Hours: 419-433-8889 stmattvermlcms Church 8:30 & 10:45 Worship www.lighthouseagc.org Twitter: @stmattvermlcms 338 Williams St., 419-433-3984 Sunday School at 9:30 am Sunday Service 10:45 a.m. Sunday Worship: 9:30am (for 8:00 a.m. Praise Service, Fellowship Hour at 11:45 am Sunday School 10:00 a.m. June, July and August) Sanctuary with Rev. Roger’s Bible Study Mondays at 1:00 pm adult and children No Sunday School Email: churchoffice@huron- Cherub Chat Adult Bible Study 6:30 p.m. on 9:00 Refreshments in the presby.org Tuesdays St. Peter Catholic Church www.firstpresbychurchhuron. Fellowship Hall Youth Group 6 p.m. Sunday 430 Main Street, Huron, 41910:00 a.m. - Celebration org Food Pantry 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 433-5725 Grace Presbyterian Church Kalahari Resort, Nia Convention Center, Rt. 250, Huron 419-271-1112 graceopchurch@gmail.com www.graceop.org Worship: Sunday 6 p.m. Service, Sanctuary after Cherub Chat children are invited to Children’s Celebration Service in Fellowship Hall.

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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 The Chapel 4444 Galloway Road, Sandusky 419-627-0208  www.thechapel.tv/ 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.

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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.

Obituaries
Carr Boucher “Pete” Dix
Feb 12, 1951 - Jul 2, 2013 Carr Boucher “Pete” Dix, 62, of Huron, was surrounded by family as he died peacefully on Tuesday afternoon, July 2, 2013, in Stein Hospice Care Center. After a long battle with emphysema, Pete can finally breathe easily again. Pete was born on Feb. 12, 1951, in Columbus, to Carr Eugene and Helen (Boucher) Dix. He graduated from Upper Arlington High School in 1969 where he was a member of the state championship football team. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Hillsdale College in 1973, where he belonged to Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. Pete was a member of Science Lodge No. 50, Free and Accepted Masons, Sandusky and was a 32nd degree Mason belonging to the Scottish Rite in Humboldt Lodge No. 476. Most of his working career was in sales to the railroad industry through Buckeye Steel Castings and Transco Railway Products. Pete’s first love was fishing and his Lake Erie charter business, Dixie Jean Charters, was his favorite job. Many people would recognize Captain Pete driving around town with his motto “Growing old is mandatory, growing up is optional.” Pete is survived by his wife of 40 years, Catherine (Franklin) Dix; his daughters, Julia (Tony) Coleman and Mary Jean (Eric) See; grandchildren, Alexandra and Cooper See; his sisters, Patricia “Momi” Palmieri and Penelope “Penny” (Rich) Bernard; and many nieces and nephews. Pete was preceded in death by his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Carr E. Dix; a sister, Pamela Dix; and nephew, Bruce Bernard. A celebration of Captain Pete’s life will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 3, at Huron United Methodist Church where Pete was a member of the Soul Anchors band. Memorial contributions may be given to Back to the Wild, P.O. Box 423, Castalia, OH 44824, or to the Huron United Methodist Church, 338 Williams St., Huron, OH 44839. Foster Funeral Home & Crematory, Huron, is han-

dling arrangements. Con- Morman-Hinman-Tanner is survived by his wife of dolences may be shared at Funeral Home, 38 South 29 years, Barbara (Neville) fosterfh.com. St., Berlin Heights. Funeral Wagner; son, David Wagservices will be 11 a.m. Fri- ner; brother, Jerry (Irene) day, July 12 at the funeral Wagner; aunt, Jean (Lloyd) Bailey Jean Klein home. Pastor Mandy Ole- Noland; niece, Emilee WagJun 14, 2013 - Jul 7, 2013 son will officiate. Burial will ner; and nephew, Sean Bailey Jean Klein, of Hu- be in Riverside Cemetery. Wagner.Jeff was preceded contributions in death by his mother, Betron, passed away early Memorial Sunday morning, July 7, may be made to Stein Hos- tyJane (Holsinger) Wagner. 2013, in Mercy St. Vincent pice, 1200 Sycamore Line, Friends may call 4-7 p.m. Sandusky, OH 44870, or Thursday, July 11, at Groff Medical Center, Toledo. She was born June 14, to Humane Society of Erie Funeral Homes & Crema2013, in Sandusky, to Jes- County, 1911 Superior St., tory, 1607 E. 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Twenty-two years ago a small group of Huronites came together to produce a new festival in Huron. The Huron River Fest was born. Since its infancy, the Huron Lions Club has been there to help the festival grow. The Huron Lions Club motto is “We Serve” and we have been doing just that for the Huron community. The tradition continues with The 2013 Huron Lions Club River Fest Parade. The parade kicks off at 11:00 am this Saturday, July 13th. The parade starts at the intersection of Jim Campbell Blvd. and Cleveland Road. It travels east on Cleveland Rd. to Williams St. to Shirley St. then to Center St. and back to Jim Campbell Blvd. The parade includes over 60 entries this year. The Lions Club welcomes more than ten Queens and their courts from various festivals and fairs. The parade will have non profit groups with their floats along with local businesses. The Irish Heritage Pipe Band will return again this year to bring an Irish flair to the parade. Of course, there will be many baseball and softball teams passing out candy to parade watchers. The Huron Lions Club will be providing trophies for best of show in the following categories: float, marching unit (instrumental and non instrumental), vehicle, most unusual entry, best baseball team and best softball team. The grand marshal for the parade is someone who exemplifies the spirit of Huron. The 2013 Huron Lions Club River Fest Parade Grand Marshal is Max Parrell. Max is a Huron High School student who has competed in several Ohio Special Olympics Winter Games. He has earned Olympic medals in the Giant Slalom and the Downhill Competition. “We are proud to have Max lead the parade,” stated Dave Zimmerman, Lions Club member & parade coordinator. To execute a parade of this size it requires a group effort. More than twenty Huron Lions Club members plan, prepare and organize the parade. The Huron Lions Club receives assistance and support from the Huron Police Department as well as the Huron Street Department. If you have any questions about the parade, please contact Dave Zimmerman at 419-433-7635. The Huron Lions Club welcomes new members. If you are interested in joining the Huron Lions Club, please contact Chuck Bille at 419-433-2327. The Huron Lions Club meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday, September though May at the Huron Eagles Club at 6 pm.

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It’s a Worm’s World Craft for Children, Tuesday, July 16 10:30 am or 1:30 pm There’s a whole world right under our feet that awaits investigation. It’s time to make a worm farm out of recycled material so you can observe the worms in action! Can you dig it? Registration required. ----Healthy Gardens: Composting and Beyond, Wednesday, July 17 at 7 pm Join us as we explore how to make our gardens healthier and produce more by using compost. Sharon Barnes will share her knowledge on how to have beautiful plants even in the driest summer. ----Socrates Café, Wednesday, July 17 at 7 pm. Join the discussion: Rethinking Public Education: Does our current educational system adequately prepare students to meet the challenges of everyday life? What subjects should be taught? What skills acquired? How much education is enough? How much should be required? ----Facebook Fundamentals, Thursday, July 18, 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 book discussion group, Thursday, July 18 at 7 pm Unsaid by Neil Abramson will be the topic of this meeting. Join the group by calling the library or emailing huron@huronlibrary.org. Menopause Maiden- Life Between the Hot Flashes by Linda Braymiller, Thursday, July 18 at 7 pm. Join us as local author Linda Braymiller presents a humorous look at her family, relationships and aging. Braymiller is a Vermilion area resident who works in the medical field. The program will conclude with a book signing. ----Storytime summer session began Wednesday, June 19 with Lapsit (Ages 0 – 2 ½ with caregiver at 10:15 AM) followed by Toddler Time (Ages 2 ½ and 3 ½ years with caregiver at 11 AM) and afternoon Storytime (Ages 3 ½ 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! Summer session ends Wednesday, July 24. ----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. ----An Evening with Les Roberts, Thursday, August 15 at 7 pm; mark your calendars now!

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Caryl Crane Youth Theatre is holding open auditions for its upcoming productions of Disney’s Camp Rock and Aladdin, July 18 & 19 from10 am – 12 pm in the McBride Auditorium at BGSU Firelands College. CCYT Artistic Director, Brian Marshall, will direct. Seeking all ages & types! Great roles available for actors, singers and dancers. No experience necessary! For Aladdin, you must be within the ages of 8-13 by the first rehearsal on August 5 to participate. For Camp Rock, you must be within the ages of 14-18 to participate. Rehearsals will be weekday mornings prior to the school year beginning and switch to afternoon/evenings once fall semester begins. For the audition: please prepare one short contemporary musical theatre selection that shows off your voice. You may be asked to dance - please bring appropriate clothes to dance in. You may be asked to read from the scripts. Sides will be available at check-in. There are several roles available in both productions available for non-singers. Callbacks, if needed, will take place Saturday July 20 at 10 am. You will be notified at your audition if you are needed for callbacks. As with all CCYT productions, there is NO participation fee. A suggested donation of $10 is used to cover the cost of purchasing individual scripts/scores/cds for each cast member. More information is available by calling 419.372.0732 or emailing mbrian@bgsu.edu.

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