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Left to Right: Connie Roberts, HHN; Lisa Hudson and Mary Engelhardt, Admirals Pointe

The fifth annual Light Up Huron Charity Event is upon us. Admiral’s Pointe and Huron Hometown News invite individuals, business owners and social groups to purchase and decorate any size Christmas tree or wreath. The trees and wreaths are to be decorated with a theme and they will be auctioned off Thursday, Dec. 12 from 5-7 p.m. during a silent auction held at Admiral’s Pointe. Appetizers will also be served at the event. The trees and wreaths will be up for display Nov. 20 and will be displayed until the auction. All proceeds from this event go towards the Huron’s Secret Santa Program. They will utilize the donations for their community outreach program to help local families in need during the holiday season. To donate a tree or wreath or to get more information about the program, contact Connie at 419-357-7777 or Lisa at 419-433-4990.

Russell Real Estate Services opens Huron Satellite Office
Russell Real Estate Services one of the largest Independent Real Estate agencies in Northern Ohio with 8 offices, 3 satellite offices and over 500 agents continues its growth in Northern Ohio with the addition of a new satellite office in Huron! The new office, located at 303 Williams St., is conveniently located at the corner of Cleveland Road and Williams Street. Russell first moved into the Firelands area in 2007 when the company opened a new office in Norwalk. That small office grew rapidly from 3 agents to 8 agents and it became necessary to relocate to a larger space. In 2008 the company moved from Norwalk to its current location in Perkins Township. In the last 5 years that office has grown from 8 agents to 36 agents. Again it is Russell’s growth and presence in the area that has made the Huron Satellite necessary. With the opening of the Huron office, Russell not only continues to grow and prosper, but they show their commitment to the local real estate needs and demonstrate their recognition of the importance of their agents knowing the market that they serve. With offices in Sandusky and Huron, Russell now has the ability to reach out even further to the communities along the Lake and the Lake Erie Islands. Russell’s agents are all professionally trained and knowledgeable of the latest trends in the market. They know the areas they serve and they are qualified and eager to help local residents with their real estate needs. Call a Russell agent today for the very best service in the entire are! You can reach the new Huron office by calling 419-616-5555.

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Around Town 2 | Church Chat 3 | Library • Parks & Rec 4 | Schools 5 | Sports 6 | Classifieds 7
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Around Town
Ohio State Marching Band at Kalahari
The world famous Ohio State University Marching Band will perform locally at Kalahari Resort Convention Center Ballroom on Friday November 29th, at 7:30 p.m. The 192 piece all brass and percussion Marching Band is staying overnight at Kalahari on their way to the big game at Michigan the next day. The indoor concert in Kalahari's large ballroom at their convention center is sponsored by the Erie County Ohio State Alumni Club. The concert isn't new to the area as it has happened locally every 4 years since 1971. Tickets are on sale at Family Eye Care Center in Huron and in Sandusky at Musicians Alley and Loris Printing. Tickets and information  are also available on www. eriecountybuckeyes.com  Don't miss this exciting event! All proceeds after expenses go to Erie County OSU Alumni Club scholarship fund.

Berardi’s in Huron Expands

On Sunday, November 10, 2013, from 3-5 p.m., in the church Parlor, the Nurture and Mission Committee of the First Presbyterian Church, 225 Williams Street, Huron, will continue the 4th season of their poetry mission series and host a poetry reading on the topic of “The Future of Poetry.” As part of Ron Ruble’s “Words Walk Initiative,” the program will feature youth poets/readers: Cassie Battiste, Gretchen Blackwell, Nathan Hoty, Andrea

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Kaman, Grace Moser, Abby Murray, Annabelle Ryu, and Danny Ryu. Huron Poets Laureate Rob Smith and Ron Ruble will also read and be joined by Eileen Wikel Darby, Nancy Smith, Ann Marie Montgomery, Joel Rudinger, Casey Wittmer, Laura Pearson, and Brad Blackwell. Special music will be provided by Janis Brewer, Kimberly Ryu, and Jann Glann. Refreshments will be provided. Come and enjoy!  Bring a friend!

Berardi’s Restaurant of Huron has announced an expansion of their catering business as a result of Denise Waaland’s retirement at Berardi’s Catering of Norwalk. Berardi’s Restaurant of Huron will be offering custom catering solutions for Weddings, Special Events and Home or Office Parties. Whether you would like onsite or offsite catering, Berardi’s has an option for your events large or small. With over thirty years of experience you can count on Berardi’s to deliver a great homemade meal for your family and friends. As a result of the added catering business Berardi’s has hired Chef Greg Wallrabenstein to head the new catering division of the restaurant. Chef Greg came to Berardi’s after 17 years of service at the Sunnybrook Country Club of Sandusky, where Greg’s smoked trout dip became well known. In addition to his catering duties Chef Greg will be preparing savory new daily specials just in time for the holidays. Recently, the Huron and Clyde football teams enjoyed Chef Greg’s slow roasted cranberry pot roast, mashed potatoes and carrots.

Firelands School of Nursing Students, Faculty/Staff Participate in Make a Difference Day
Firelands Regional Medical Center School of Nursing students, as well as faculty and staff, held a friendly competition recently, all while giving back to those in need. The juniors, seniors and staff all tried to out collect each other with canned and boxed goods as part of Make a Difference Day, which was October 26. The Class of 2014 won the contest, collecting four big boxes full of canned goods, paper products, toiletries and boxed goods. In all, the students and staff collected nine boxes, all of which were donated to Care and Share in Sandusky. To learn more about the Firelands School of Nursing, please visit firelands.com.

Open Auditions: Willy Wonka
Caryl Crane Youth Theatre is holding open auditions for its upcoming production of Willy Wonka, November 15 & 16, 2013, in the McBride Auditorium at BGSU Firelands College. Willy Wonka will perform February 7 – 16, 2014. Seeking all ages & types for Willy Wonka! Great roles available for actors, singers and dancers. No experience necessary! To participate, you must be age 8 or above by the first rehearsal on January 13, 2014, to participate. Rehearsals will be weekday afternoons/ evenings and Saturday mornings. For the audition: Ages 13-18, please prepare one short musical theatre selection that shows off your voice. You may be asked to dance - please bring appropriate clothes to dance in. Ages 8 – 12, you will be learning a section of the song “Candy Man” from the show. Lyrics and samples can be found on the CCYT website. All - You may be asked to read from the scripts. Sides will be available at check-in. There are several roles available for non-singers. Callbacks, if needed, will take place Saturday, November 16 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. Complete audition information can be found at: www.firelands. bgsu.edu/arts/ccyt

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Community Calendar
Thurs, Nov 7
6:00-7:00 PM- Digital Down- Sat, Nov 9 loads for Tablet Users program 2:00 PM- Identity Theft pro1:00 PM- Italian Storytime at the Huron Public Library. gram with Lindsey Coughlin at Registration required. for children at the Huron the Huron Public Library. Public Library. No registration 6:30 PM- The Year of Italian required. 5:30-7:30 PM- Chess at the Culture Film Series at the Huron Public Library. All ages Huron Public Library- Loose 6:00-9:00 PM- Jeff Sherand abilities welcome. man performs at Paper Moon Cannons. Vineyards, Vermilion. 7:00-8:00 PM- Digital Downloads for E-reader Users 6:30-9:30 PM- Dan Robertson performs at Quarry Hill program at the Huron Public Library. Registration required. Winery, Berlin Heights. Sun, Nov 10 1:30 PM- Music for Wee Ones at the Huron Public Library. No registration required. 3:00 PM- Poetry Reading at First Presbyterian Church, Huron. All are welcome.

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Mon, Nov 11 Veterans Day Tues, Nov 12
1:30 PM- Harvest Bingo for Seniors at the Frost Center, Osborn MetroPark. Cost: FREE. Registration deadline is November 10. 2:30-3:30 PM- Facebook Fundamentals class at the Huron Public Library. Registration required. 6:30 PM- Huron City Council, regular meeting. 7:00 PM- Melting Ice, Mending Creation: A Catholic Approach to Climate Change at St. Peter Catholic Church. All are welcome.

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6:00-9:00 PM- Jeff Sherman performs at Paper Moon Vineyards, Vermilion. 6:30-9:30 PM- Steve Brownell performs at Quarry Hill Winery, Berlin Heights.

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3:30 PM- Polymer Magic with Dick Gallagher at the Huron Public Library. For children Kindergarten and older. Registration required. 5:00-6:00 PM- Christ’s Community Meal at the First Presbyterian Church, Huron. A free meal offered for those in need by the churches of Huron. 6:30 PM- YarnWorks at the Huron Public Library. All are welcome. 7:00-9:00 PM- Classroom Kayaking at the Coupling MetroPark.

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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 First Presbyterian Church 225 Williams Street, Huron 419-433-5018 Summer Worship Hours: Memorial Day to Labor Day 8:00 & 9:30 am Fellowship Hour at 10:30 No Sunday School Winter Worship Hours: 8:30 & 10:45 Worship Sunday School at 9:30 am Fellowship Hour at 11:45 am Bible Study Mondays at 1:00 pm Email: churchoffice@huronpresby.org www.firstpresbychurchhuron.org Grace Presbyterian Church Kalahari Resort, Nia Convention Center, Rt. 250, Huron 419-271-1112 graceopchurch@gmail.com www.graceop.org Worship: Sunday 10 a.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 338 Williams St., 419-433-3984 8:00 a.m. - Praise Service, Sanctuary with Rev. Roger’s Cherub Chat 9:00 Refreshments in the Fellowship Hall 10:00 a.m. - Celebration Service, Sanctuary after Cherub Chat children are invited to Children’s Celebration Service in Fellowship Hall. 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.

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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: 419-433-0500 St. Matthew Lutheran Church PO Box 774, 15617 Mason Road, Vermilion, 44089 Rev. Dr. Karl F. Fry, Pastor 440 967 9886 www.lutheransonline.com/ stmattvermlcms Twitter: @stmattvermlcms Sunday Worship: 10:30am (for June, July and August) Sunday School: 9:30am St. Peter Catholic Church 430 Main Street, Huron, 419-433-5725 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. The Church of Jesus Christ of LatterDay 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
Brian M. Biecheler
Jan 21, 1980 - Oct 28, 2013 Huron Brian M. Biecheler, age 33, of Huron, died unexpectedly Monday, Oct. 28, 2013, in his residence. He was born Jan. 21, 1980, in Sandusky, and graduated from Margaretta High School in 1998. He was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Sandusky. Brian was employed by the Erie County Juvenile Justice Center in Sandusky, and was a part-time police officer for the Monroeville Police Department. Brian enjoyed golfing, playing the guitar, attending Cleveland Indians baseball games, and going to the movies on “movie Tuesday” with his wife Staci. His quick wit and dry sense of humor always impacted others positively. He is survived by his wife, Staci (Pahl) Biecheler; mother, Katherine (Scherer) Biecheler; father, Bradd Biecheler; grandmother, Alice Scherer; grandfather, George Biecheler; brother, Corey (Michelle) Biecheler; sisterin-law, Stefanie (Troy) Kopke; father- and mother-in-law, Bill and Tammy Pahl; two uncles, Charles (Marlene) Scherer, and Eric (Deb) Scherer; four aunts, Joyce (Rick) Leibacher, Karen (Glen) Gildenmeister, Kris (Don) Jenne, and Sherry (Carl) Cheek; four nieces and nephews, Aiden, Kayleigh, Gabriella, and Kruz; many cousins; and his dog “Bricks.” Brian was preceded in death by his grandfather, Charles F. Sherer; and grandmother, Evelyn Biecheler. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Diabetic’s Association, 1701 N. Beauregard St., Alexandria, VA 22311, and to the Monroeville Police Dept., 9 Monroe St., Monroeville, OH 44847. Condolences may be shared with the family at fosterfh.com.

David E. Coy

Aug 18, 1940 - Nov 1, 2013 David E. Coy, 73, residing in Huron, passed away Friday afternoon, Nov. 1, 2013, in Stein Hospice Care Center after a brief illness. David was born Aug. 18, 1940, in Columbia City, Ind., to Earnest and Mable (Caskey) Coy. He was employed with the N & W Railroad, was a real estate agent in North Carolina, drove truck in the Sandusky area for a number of years, and was most recently employed with the Sandusky Transit System. He was a member of the Teamsters Union. In his spare time, he enjoyed watching the lake and nature, he also enjoyed fishing, taking drives, helping others, and spending time with his family and friends. David is survived by his significant other, Dottie Chavarria of Huron; three daughters, Cheri (Tim) Grable of Fort Wayne, Ind., Kimberly Pelfrey of Columbia City, and Kristi (Troy) Goldner of Columbia City; one step daughter, Vanessa Brionez of Norwalk; one son, Jeffrey D. Coy of Columbia City; one step son, Lan Coy of Fort Wayne; nine grandchildren; two step grandchildren; one special step granddaughter, Dayzia Brionez; five great-grandchildren; five sisters; three brothers; and numerous nieces, nephews, and other relatives. In addition to his parents, David was preceded in death by his wife, Bobbie Dean Moffit-Coy in 2002; one brother; and one sister. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, Nov. 6, at the funeral home. David’s son-in-law Tim Grable will officiated. Entombment is in Meadow Green Memorial Park. Those wishing to contribute to David’s memory may do so to Stein Hospice Care Center, 1200 Sycamore Line Sandusky, OH 44870. Condolences may be shared at grofffuneralhomes.com.

It’s Official “The Church Has Left The Building”
On the weekend of November 9 and 10 The Chapel in Sandusky and Norwalk will do just that. As part of a 40-day spiritual growth experience, the buildings will be essentially closed and some 2000 regular attenders will be out serving the needs of organizations and individuals across Erie, Huron and neighboring counties. There will be no regular weekend church assembly as normally thought of when one thinks of “going to church” . Anyone driving by this weekend will simply see an empty parking lot and signage indicating The Church Has Left The Building. “I’m totally blown away by how this has developed over the last several weeks” says north campus pastor Reg Genter. “Between our two campuses there are over 110 small groups (ranging in size from 8 to 30 people each) who have been meeting at homes or at the campuses, once a week, for Bible study and prayer. And what’s even cooler is this isn’t a top-down kind of thing where one pastor has a vision for a special project. Each group is coming up with their own ideas and ways to reach out and help others this weekend. People are pooling their time and resources to serve others outside the walls of our church.”

Many groups have already contacted homeless shelters, nursing homes, food pantries etc. Others are reaching out to individuals in their neighborhoods who need assistance. “We’re excited to hear the stories that will come out of this adventure in the weeks to come” said Todd Nielsen the pastor at the south campus in Norwalk.“Of course this is not a totally new idea, many churches in our area are becoming more intentional (or more involved in mission thinking) about outreach on global, local, and personal levels.” “Like so many other area churches, The Chapel has no interest in being considered the best church in the community. But rather, a church that is sincerely for the community. Our plan is to come alongside many individuals and organizations in our area to provide help in whatever ways are most meaningful to them.” says Huron native Jay Halley, pastor of Impact and Outreach. “And it’s our hope is that Chapel attenders will view this as more than just a weekend of service in the name of Jesus, but an ongoing way of life. Jesus did not come to be served but to serve, and he showed us how.”

Ronald Anthony Catri

May 9, 1932 - Nov 1, 2013 Ronald Anthony Catri, 81, of Huron, passed away surrounded by loved ones on Friday, Nov. 1, 2013,  in Firelands Regional Medical Center, Sandusky,  following a brief illness. Ronald was born May 9, 1932, in Sandusky, son of the late Anthony and Jeanette (Brengardner) Catri.A 1950 graduate of Huron High School, he was honorably discharged from the U.S. Air Force after serving in Europe and Korea with the Strategic Air Command under General Curtis Lemay. He retired from Prudential Insurance after 32 years of service and had a long standing business with a good friend in a real estate investment venture. Ronald was a devoted husband, father, and grandfather, who cared deeply for his family. He belonged to the Knights of Columbus and was an active member of his church. He enjoyed spending time in his yard and garden, at the beach, riding his bike, cooking, and playing dominos. He also enjoyed watching his grandchildren’s sporting events and spending time with friends and family. He is survived by his wife and high school sweetheart, Gloria Catri, whom he married April 11, 1953; his son, Jeffrey (Deborah) Catri, of Dublin, Ohio; daughters, Susan (Thomas) Bodnar, of Bay Village, Ohio, and Lisa (Thomas) Carroll, of Huron; eight grandchildren, Kelsey and Alexander Catri, Thomas and Michelle Bodnar, Allie, Jessica, Sarah, and Matthew Carroll; brother, Joseph Catri, of Huron; and numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents. Family and friends may call 10 a.m.-noon Friday, Nov. 8, at St. Peter’s Catholic Church Gathering Space, 430 Main St., Huron. Mass will begin at noon followed by the burial in Scott Cemetery, Huron. The Rev. Jeff McBeth will officiate. Those wishing to contribute to Ronald’s memory may do so to St. Peter’s Catholic Church, Huron, or Stein Hospice Services, 1200 Sycamore Line, Sandusky, OH 44870. Condolences may be shared at fosterfh. com.

Lauren Harmon-Griffith

Feb 26, 1959 - Oct 31, 2013 Lauren Harmon-Griffith, 54, of Huron, gave up her long and courageous battle with cancer and went to be with her Heavenly Father on Thursday evening, Oct. 31, 2013, in The Meadows at Osborn Park. Lauren was born  Feb. 26, 1959,  in Bremerhaven, Germany, and lived most of her life in Evansville, Ind. She attended grade school, high school, and community college in Evansville, and had a degree in computer operations. She worked for many years as a general manager for Anser Phone in Evansville and for Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky. She was a member of Zion Lutheran Church in Huron and the Huron Eagles. She enjoyed gardening, knitting, reading, shopping, and visiting with her friends by telephone. She delighted in spending time with her family. She especially loved the Huron Library. Lauren is survived by her father and stepmother, Gary and Dona (Gurske) Harmon, of Huron; brother and sister, Justin Harmon, of Huron, and Jennifer (Charles) Capizzi, of Sandusky; beloved grandmother, Juanita Harmon, of Huron; niece and nephew, Cassidy and C.J. Capizzi; and stepdaughter and companion, Sara Wargle and Arthur Griffith, of Louisville. She was preceded in death by her mother,  Sammye K. (Logsdon) Harmon. At Lauren’s request, cremation has taken place. A memorial service was held at Zion Lutheran Church The Rev. Mandy Oleson officiated. Burial followed in Scott Cemetery, Huron. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Lauren’s name to Stein Hospice Service, 1200 Sycamore Line, Sandusky, OH 44870 or to The Meadows at Osborn Park (formerly Erie County Care Facility), 3916 Perkins Ave., Huron, OH 44839. Toft Funeral Home & Crematory, 2001 Columbus Ave., Sandusky, is handling arrangements. Condolences and gifts of sympathy may be shared with the family at toftfh.com.

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The Board of Trustees of the Huron Public Library gratefully acknowledges the following donations: In memory of William Roeser from Nancy and Nelson Hitchcock, Ultimate Guide: Home Repair and Improvement; In memory of Wilma Daugherty from Rob and Nancy Smith, Critical Mass by Sara Paretsky and Just One Evil Act by Elizabeth George; In memory of Baldo Gallegos from Scott and Kathy Goodwin, Fencing by Andrew Sowerby. _____ in Italian then translated, providing an opportunity for exposure and appreciation of another language. The program will be led by Shelby Kenville, a Huron High School senior. No registration required. _____ Music for Wee Ones, Sunday, November 10 at 1:30 PM Designed to introduce basic musical concepts to children (preschool through kindergarten-age), this program will explore various topics such as rhythm, pitch, and timbre (sound/tone quality.) Activities will vary from listening and dancing to different instruments and genres, to hands-on experience in order to maximize musical interest. No registration required. _____ Facebook Fundamentals, Tuesday, November 12, 2:30 - 3:30 PM Learn how to set up a Facebook account, upload photos, and understand privacy settings. When time allows, individual questions will be addressed. Registration required. _____ Polymer Magic with Dick Gallagher, Wednesday, November 13 at 3:30 PM Mr. Gallagher (from the Sandusky Children’s Museum) will show participants how to make rubber bands, silly putty and gummy worms. You won’t want to miss this scientific afternoon of fun. (For children Kindergarten and older) Registration required. _____ The Sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald, Thursday, November 14 at 7 PM. Join Historian Jeff Huber as he explains the facts and speculation regarding the wreck of the infamous steamer.

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November 20 at Kalahari Doors open at 4pm Dinner from 5-7
Tickets for the Girls’ Night Out event can be purchased online at girlsnighoutcharily.com. Visa, Master Card and Discover will be accepted. Tickets also can be purchased in advance by cash or check at the following locations: Huron: Curves, 709 W. Perkins Ave. Cornell’s Foods, Crider Quality Jewelers, 408 Cleveland Road East 4424 Milan Road Huron Chamber of Firelands Regional Commerce, 509 Huron St. Medical Center Gift Shops, 1111 Hayes Ave. Monroeville: Fitzgerald Automotive Fitzgerald Automotive Group, 1011 Fremont Ave. Group, U.S. 20 West James A. Bertsch Jeweler, Norwalk: 101 West Market St. Curves, 201 Milan Ave. Sandusky Mall Customer Crider Quality Jewelers, Services 16 W. Main St. VacationLand Federal Fisher-Titus Medical Credit Union, 2409 East Center’s Gift Shop, Patient Perkins Ave. Pavilion, Fisher-Titus VacationLand Federal Parkway Credit Union, 2911 South Sheri’s Coffee House, Hayes Ave. 27 Whittlesey Ave. Willard: VacationLand Federal Crider Quality Jewelers , Credit Union, 295 Milan 122 Blossom Centre Ave Suite C Fitzgerald Automotive Sandusky: Group, 18 W. Maple St. Cancer Services, 505 E. Vermilion: Perkins Ave. Credit Card also accepted. VacationLand Federal Credit Union, 1607 State Cleveland Clinic Cancer Centers-North Coast Cancer, Route 60 North, Suite 11 417 Quarry Lakes Drive

Chess, Thursday, November 7, 5:30 - 7 PM
There are many opportunities to fine tune your chess game at the Library and everyone is welcome. An instructor is available to get you started or to offer helpful suggestions on ways to improve your strategies. No registration required. _____ Digital Downloads: for tablet users: Thursday, November 7, 6 - 7 PM; for e-reader users: Thursday, November 7, 7 - 8 PM (last class before the holiday season.) Participants will learn how to download free library books onto most devices. Registration required. _____ International Film: “Loose Cannons” , Thursday, November 7 at 6:30 PM A man discovers it's harder to scandalize his family than he expected in this comedy from writer and director Ferzan Ozpetek. 110 minutes, not rated _____ Italian Storytime, Saturday, November 9 from 1 1:30 PM Children will experience contemporary and classic Italian children’s stories read aloud. Each story will be read

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Stay up-to-date on Parks and Recreation news! Sign up for our email alerts on the City of Huron's homepage to receive information on upcoming programs and events. _____ Fall Fitness Yoga – Fall Session is underway though Dec. 3, 2013.  Tuesday  evenings, 6:00 7:00pm at Shawnee Elementary.  This is yoga for people of all ages and fitness levels. It's not too late to join the remainder of the current session. Call us at 419-4338487 for pro-rated fee for current session. Next Yoga session will begin Jan. 14, 2014 for eight weeks. Registration fee will be $40 for residents; $45 for non-residents. Enroll now for next Zumba Session. Fall Session II is November 14 – December 19, 2013. No class on Thanksgiving (Nov. 28). Classes are twice weekly, Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 6-7pm at Woodlands Intermediate School. Inspired by music, join us to enjoy an effective, fun workout at your own pace! Registration fee for Zumba session is $50 for residents; $55 for non-residents. Visit our website for registration form, stop at 110 Wall Street office, or call 419433-8487. _____ Save the Date on your Holiday Calendar! Santa will visit the Boat Basin on Saturday, Dec. 14, 2013, 3:30 - 8:00 pm. A Huron tradition, Santa and Mrs. Claus visit will allow children to voice their special gift request. It's not too early to be on your best behavior!  Admission is free. The afternoon includes carriage rides and children crafts provided by Just Like Home Childcare.

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5 St. Peter School Third Graders Celebrate All Saints Day
Thursday, November 7, 2013 Huron Hometown News

Schools

BY LISA YAKO

On November 1, the Roman Catholic Church celebrates All Saints Day, a day set aside to honor those holy people who have gone before us and who died as martyrs for their faith. In addition, this day serves as a reminder to follow in the footsteps of these holy people and to actively live out one’s faith. This year on All Saints Day, the third grade class at St.

Peter School was challenged to learn something about one of the Saints for the celebration. Each of the 20 students chose a Saint about whom they wanted to learn more. At the school Mass on November 1, the students dressed as his or her chosen Saint and shared a few important facts about the life of that person. The Saints selected by the students ranged from more famous people like St. Nicholas to those lesser known individu-

als like St. Cecilia. In commenting on the students’ efforts, third grade teacher, Mrs. Nancy Wyneski, stated “I feel that this process is important because the children begin to realize that the Saints all were human beings and many had very normal backgrounds.” She further added “We focused on the idea that we are all Saints in progress. We are all called to be Saints!”

St. Peter School Pumpkin Contest
The students at St. Peter School recently got into the spirit of Halloween by participating in an annual pumpkin decorating contest. Categories included Prettiest, Funniest, Scariest, Most Original, and Strangest, about 50 pumpkins were submitted for the judging process. Students showed their creativity by decorating their pumpkins with everything elaborate carvings to a clown, princess and a snowman. The winners walked away with a special Halloween treat bag and certificate.

Woodlands Students Visit ‘Lemmy’

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ever, the main focus remains on the magical happenings that take place inside the Cafe. While at the restaurant located at 2027 Cleveland Road, West last Wednesday, the students were treated to a cup of hot chocolate by the owner, Mr. David Riedy, and were provided raw potatoes to throw down the basement stairs to feed Lemmy by Ms. Tabitha Loroff. The students appeared to be quite surprised by the results after feeding Lemmy. Mrs. Amanda Arthur, the Gifted Intervention Specialist, provided a descriptive prewriting assignment while at the restaurant. The students were asked to use their senses and record their surroundings. “Customers chatting, silverware clanging, the cups were soft and warm and the marshmallows were sweet and tasty,” were several observations that were shared by the students. The students later used this experience to compare Lemmy’s café to the mysterious Van Gogh Café in their classroom novel. Additional assignments relating to the Lemmy’s field trip exploring the characteristics of the of legend genre, researching nonfiction articles pertaining to the legends of Lemmy and the Lochness monster, identifying comparisons between these legends and expressing their findings through written expression. “It is nice to be able to venture out and experience a mysterious side of a local café and draw comparisons to our readings,” stated Mrs. Arthur. Many thanks to Mr. Riedy and Ms. Loroff of Lemmy’s Restaurant for opening their doors and sharing the Lemmy legend and to Officer Lobsinger for assisting the students safely across Cleveland Road.

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Admiral’s Pointe and Huron Hometown News invites individuals, businesses or social groups to purchase and decorate any size Christmas tree or wreath.
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The gifted language arts students in the third and fourth grade classes at Woodlands Intermediate School had the unique opportunity to walk to Lemmy’s Restaurant to learn about the legend of Lemmy (Lake Erie Monster) and compare it to the book The Van Gogh Café by Cynthia Rylant. The Van Gogh Cafe is a book of magical stories that take place in a small restaurant that was once a theater. A fatherdaughter team, Marc and Clara, own the restaurant. Clara spends much of her time helping out at the restaurant and making observations of the odd happenings that eventually others come to realize. Marc and Clara are pertinent characters; how-

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Sports

Big congrats to Hannah Cantrill 1st Team All Ohio , and Hadley Sterett 2nd team All Ohio volleyball!

Fliers Spoil Home Finale, 30-6

BY CHRIS MIScHLER

The Huron Tiger’s football post season was set prior to this season ending game against Clyde. Huron was in. The only thing on the line for both teams was who would receive a home playoff game and outright second place in the SBC. Perkins was set to play to claim the outright SBC title against SMCC’s final conference game. And a Perkins loss there, would rank somewhere near that David and Goliath thing a couple thousand years ago. From the start of the game, Clyde established themselves as the dominate force, with outstanding line play on both sides of the ball. Their offensive line chewed through the Tiger defense grinding out 272 yards on the ground. When they strategically needed a pass, they got it. Defensively, the Flyers tackled and contained Thompson

far better than any other team did this season. He could only scramble his way way for 22 yards on 20 carries and was sacked during the first half for a safety. The bottom line during the first half, Huron was lucky to only be trailing 16-0. The Tigers best offensive play was an outstanding kick off return down the right sideline by sophomore Grant Farrell. But as would be case all night, the Clyde defense buckled down allowing nothing to come of it. Give the young Huron men credit, they came out locker room at half time with a sense of purpose and struck fast. After a set of finely executed plays that culminated in QB Thompson 2 yard dive into the endzone, the home team seemed primed to make a game of it. But 16-6 was as close as the Tigers would get. The offense

(LEFT) QB Cody Thompson was under pressure all night long by Clyde defense. (CENTER) Domenic Mayle (59) works to shed his blocker on an option play. (RIGHT) Tyler Graham (7) was tackled at the moment of handoff by the Clyde end. Photos by Chris Mischler couldn’t take advantage of a couple Clyde miscues, and managed less than 100 yards total for the night. Huron finishes the season 7-3 and will likely travel to LibertyBenton for the opening round of the playoffs.

Lady Tigers Lose at District Semis
BY CHRIS MIScHLER

In an unexpected match up this early in the state volleyball tournament, Division III No.s 5 (Huron) and No.6 (Upper Sandusky) faced off in the District Semifinals held at Seneca East. Upper Sandusky played like the potential champion they could become while the young team from Huron struggled. In the end, the Tigers lost 3-0 (20-25, 12-25, 19-25). Junior Hannah Cantrill, recently named the SBC’s Outstanding Performer, had 10 kills and 8 digs. Fellow SBC first teamer and returning next year, Hadley Sterett also had 10 kills and 8 digs. Up the middle, second team All-SBC performer, Megan McCarthy struck with 8 kills up the middle and two blocks. Freshmen setters, Gabriella Wood and Alli Grendow had 17 and 11 assists respectively. Wood also had 11 digs while Riley Strickland led the team with 12 digs. Note: Three Tigers were named to the All-SBC squads under Honorable Mention. They were senior Piper Miedema, and the freshmen setters, Alli Grendow and Gabriella Wood. Congrats to Hannah Cantrill - Named SBC player of the year 2013.

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The H-Team is a group of community football supporter volunteers behind the scenes support for the football teams. Every week after practice on the night before a game, the Huron H-Team, feeds the JV and Varsity football teams. Each week one or more student(s) who shows leadership in practice, on the field as well as in the class room is awarded a steak dinner. The Huron H-Team is pleased to announce that the Steak of the Week win-

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ners for this week are Nick Lenyo, Cody Thompson, and Tommy Bogden. Cody is a senior football player at Huron High school, while Tommy is a junior. Nick, our special guest for the evening, recently won his battle with Osteosarcoma, and is an inspiration to the entire Tiger football program. Please come support the Tigers at 7:00PM this Saturday as they travel to Liberty-Benton in Findlay to begin their play-off run.

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