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Senior Drew Lehman (20) launches a shot at the buzzer in central catholic’s attempt to beat cincinnati LaSalle in the state Division I semifinal game. The shot hit the rim but did not go in resulting in a heartbreaking 48-46 defeat. central catholic’s cinderella march through the state playoff tournament ended at the hands of the third-ranked Cincinnati LaSalle (252) Lancers who went on to win the state championship. central catholic (205) began their trip to the state “Final Four” by knocking off #10 Whitmer and #4 St. John’s Jesuit to capture the district title. Findlay and Stow Munroe Falls fell victim to the Fighting Irish in the regional tournament. The last “Final Four” appearance by a central catholic boy’s basketball team in the state tournament was in 1949- 62 years ago.

Jack romanoff, an eighth grade student at Mccord Junior high School, has been named as a semi-finalist in the Ohio Geographic Bee. Bees were held in schools with fourth through eighth grade students throughout Ohio to determine a winner from each participating school. School level winners then took a qualifying test. Students with the top 100 scores were then invited to participate at the state competition. as a semi-finalist, Jack will compete in the 2011 Ohio Geographic Bee at The Ohio State University Mansfield Branch on apr. 1. he will be eligible for $100, the complete National Geographic on DVD, and a trip to Washington, D.c., to represent Ohio in the national finals on May 24-25. First place winners of the national competition receive a $25,000 college scholarship, lifetime membership in the

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Jack Romanoff, eighth grade student at McCord Junior High, was named as a semi-finalist in the Ohio Geographic Bee.

Society and all-expense paid trip to the Galapagos Islands. additional information on the National Geographic Bee can be found at www. nationalgeographic.com/ geobee. Jack romanoff, 8 th grade student at Mccord Junior high named as semi-finalist in the Ohio Geographic Bee.

Last week, four Sylvania siblings decided they wanted to collect money for people affected by the devastation in Japan. They got creative with their mission and stood by King road with homemade signs reading “honk for Japan.” For each car that honked, the siblings donated 10 cents. They received 240 honks and donated $24 of their own money to Japan. Their parents and grandparents matched their donation. The siblings said they had fun and felt like they were helping others at the same time. The four siblings are carter, riley, anderson and campbell Sattler, children of Stacey Sattler and Jason Eggerstorfer.

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Northview, Southview coaches reflect on 2010-11 basketball season
By Scott Grau Herald Writer SYLVANIAThe scorebooks have closed on this year’s basketball seasons for the girls and boys teams from Southview and Northview but the head coaches from each respective school have fond memories of the season and high hopes for their program’s futures. Northview girl’s basketball head coach Jerry Sigler’s Lady Kats captured a second consecutive Northern Lakes League title with a 13-1 conference record (18-4 overall) and made it to the district semi-finals before bowing out to a strong and talented Notre Dame Academy team. “I though that we had an outstanding year,” Sigler said. Northview was paced by junior guard Miriam Justinger, whom Sigler considers to be one of the best players in Northwest Ohio. Justinger, a three-year starter for the Lady Kats, led the NLL in scoring averaging 16.8 points per game. For her efforts, she was named to the All-NLL first team, All-Toledo Blade team, the Division I All-District first team, and the All-Ohio third team. Junior guard Skylar Rose and junior forward Jessica Jessing joined Justinger among the scoring leaders for of the NLL with 11.0 and 10.1 scoring average respectively. Jessing also received AllNLL first team honors and was named to the to the All-District third team. Rose was named to the AllNLL second team and received special mention for all district honors. Seniors Valerie Sohasky, who will be playing basketball at Indiana Wesleyan University next year, and Katelynn McCoy were in the top echelon of rebounding leaders in the league pulling down 6.4 and 5.9 caroms per game respectively. Coach Jerry Sigler commented that senior Tori Busby, who was first off of the bench this season was invaluable as the team’s “sixth man.” “She did a tremendous job for us this year,” Sigler stated. Southview head coach Marc Jump considers this past season to be successful as well. His young Cougars compiled an 11-10 overall record and finished 8-6 in the Northern Lakes League. “It was a winning season,” Jump said. “We had a young group of kids with only three seniors on the roster. We worked hard to get better every day.” Jump commented that before the season started his team lacked experience in “big game” situations. However, as the season unfolded the Cougars found themselves playing in plenty of big games. Seven contests were decided in overtime or by three points or less in regulation play. “We had some real thrilling basketball this year,” Jump stated. Jump reflected that his team was literally three possessions away from being 11-3 in the league. Junior Allen Gant, who averaged 15.3 points per game throughout the season, was named to the All-NLL first team and All-District third team. The three-year starter, who also grabbed over seven rebound a game, was named as the team’s Most Valuable Player. Senior De’Nard Pinckney (8 points and 3 rebounds per game) was named to the AllNLL second team and received special mention for all district honors. Todd Bostater, Southview girl’s basketball head coach, credits senior Taylor Hall and sophomore Lexi Lopez for stepping up to share point guard duties and running the team after losing Ariel Gaston, who transferred to Start for her senior year and starting point guard Andrea Abouahmed to an ACL tear five games into the season. With Hall and Lopez jointly commanding the team, the Lady Cougars finished their campaign with a 13-9 overall record and an 8-6 NLL conference mark. The team captured a sectional title with a thrilling 53-52 overtime win over Central Catholic before falling to state semi-finalist Start in the district semi-finals. Lopez led the Lady Cougars in both scoring and rebounding averaging 13.6 points and over six rebounds a game placing her among the leaders in both categories in the league. Her play on the hardwood garnered Lopez a spot on the All-NLL first team and All-District third team. Hall, averaging better than 10 points a contest, was a second team All-NLL selection and received special mention for all district honors. At the team’s seasonending awards ceremony, Lopez received the offensive player of the year award while Hall was named the defensive player of the year. Senior Olivia O’Reilly received the coach’s award. Terry Shadle, head coach of the Northview boy’s basketball team, wrapped up his third year at the helm with a 4-17 record (2-12 NLL). “We were pretty inexperienced all year. We truly didn’t have a very much varsity experience and it showed,” Shadle stated. According to Shadle, senior forward Jacob Sturt possessed the most varsity experience on the young Wildcat team. Sturt finished the season averaging over eight points per game and better than five rebounds. His teammate, sophomore guard Conner Hartnett, led the team in scoring with a 10.5 points per game average. Hartnett was named to the All-NLL second team and received special mention in the all district balloting. Shadle stated the highlight of the season, especially for his senior players, was the Wildcats’ 52-51 overtime win over cross-town rival Southview. “It was the final home game for the seniors and what a great way for them to end their careers in the last home game of the season,” Shadle said. Since high school sports is a constant revolving door of players entering and exiting a program, Southview head coach Marc Jump commented on bidding farewell to his senior players stating, “You always appreciate the efforts that the guys have given for four years. These seniors are no different. They have been a big part of everything that we have done and who we are and we are going to really miss them. Head coaches Sigler, Bostater, and Shadle echoed this sentiment. 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The Sylvania history books state there was an annual Bean Festival from the late 60s to the late 70s. Not having grown up here, I wondered what that was all about. Why beans? Amused, I imagined a bean queen. So, I started researching this event and discovered, among other things, there was indeed a bean queen each year! The Allen V. Smith Inc. company was a bean packing and processing plant in Sylvania. It was built in 1951 adjacent to the railroad behind the Southbriar shopping center. It was located here because of its proximity to nearby farmers and was Sylvania’s only local industry at the time. They packed beans under the label Smith Old York and others. 26 varieties of beans, barley and split peas were handled at the plant, over 1.5 million pounds processed per month. In a 1973 Sylvania Sentinel article, they paid homage to the bean, explained why there was a bean festival since 1969 and included this anecdote: “A recent incident at the plant

Two seniors, one from each of the Sylvania high schools, have been named 2011 National Merit Scholars by the National Merit Scholarship Program. David Wright, Southview High School, and Nicholas Smith, Northview High School, have both been named as finalists from the 16,000 semi-finalists named in September. The selection of the 8,400 Merit Scholarship winners is in progress from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation and will continue through May. The National Merit® Scholarship Program is an academic competition for recognition and scholarships that began in 1955. High school students enter the

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Northview senior Nicholas Smith and by meeting published program entry/participation requirements For more information on the National Merit Scholarship program, go to http://www.nationalmerit. org/nmsp.php.

Recipients of the 2011 Chamber Champion awards pose with their awards at the Showcase Sylvania Expo Preview Party held on March 25. The of Sylvaniaexciting Area One the most Chamber of Commerce anyearly events is “A Night to nounced the 2011 Chamber Remember,” sponsored by the St. Vincent Medical Center Champions at the Showcase Foundation, and this year will Sylvania Expo Preview Partybe no exception. March 25. held on Friday, The event will take place Nominees were sought from Friday, Sept. 12 at the the Chamber membership Valentine Theater in downand the nomination form town Toledo. asked for businesses and This year’s special guest is Grammy Award-winning leaders who are outstanding singer/songwriter Peter both in the business area as Cetera, formerly who musiwell as someone of the gives cal backgroup Chicago and also to the community renowned for numerous chart throughhis solo career. hits in exemplary service. Winners for this year Co-Chairs Mirza Baig, are: and Bernardo Martinez, M.D. M.D., promise an outstanding Business Chamber event. The proceeds Ford Champion – Kistlerbenefit – robotics simulation and trainBob Jorgensen ing at St. Vincent Mercy Small Business Chamber Medical Center with the use Champion – Lublin system. of the daVinci robotic SussmanThe eventWelch station – Doug features Retail Business Chamdining, bid board auctions and a Champion – Ciao Resberfabulous afterglow dessert buffet – Michael Gibbons taurant and gourmet coffee bar. and For ticket information call Terry Kretz 419-251-2117. Non-Profitmany dedicated Organization There are Chamber Championup to be volunteers who step – City ofon the committee. Hats off to Sylvania Chamber Brenda Johnson, Zehra Baig, Champion VolBarbara the Year – T.J. unteer of Ledrick, Mary IrZiegler, Diane Shemak, Jackie win Snyder, Mary Price, Charla Chamber Champion Ulrich, BusinessKatie Loh, Lori John Leader Barrett, – Strohmaier, Joanie Walsh – Regency Hospital Pat Bullard, Kathy Zacharias, Additionally a special award was presented to 2010 Sylvania Area Chamber Board Chairmen Kevin Lent for his support to the Sylvania Area Chamber and its business members. The Honorees were awarded a one-of-a-kind art piece designed for the honorees from renowned artist Jim Yarrito. Over 300 members and guests attended the 9th annual “Showcase Sylvania” preview party and over 4000 attended the Expo, held at Tam-O-Shanter on March 26.

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Each year, four Toledoarea residents are recipients of local Jefferson Medallion Awards for extraordinary community service. Jefferson Award 2011 winner Richard R. Faist, CPA, has served on the COMPASS Corporation for Recovery Services Board of Directors for over 40 years. COMPASS nominated Faist for his long-term commitment efforts to combat substance abuse in Northwest Ohio. Dick has continuously served on the COMPASS Board of Directors since 1970, overseeing the organization’s fiscal operations as head of the Finance Committee and as a member of the Executive Committee. COMPASS is a Lucas County-based provider of inpatient and outpatient alcohol and drug abuse treatment for 2,500 men and women a year, plus free HIV education and testing services for another 2,000 area residents annually. Most COMPASS funding comes from various public entities, including Medicaid, and the majority of those treated by COMPASS could not afford treatment from other providers. By making sure that

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brought about a temporary distaste for beans for one employee. He looked at the railroad car of loose beans and thought it would be fun to jump in. It wasn’t. Buried to the neck, he had to be pulled out by a tow chain and shivered for two hours afterwards, not realizing how cold a bean could get.” Held on the grounds of the Democratic Club on Centennial Road in the early years, the festival was a nonpartisan affair and a true community event. In 1972, it was held at Whetstone Park behind Starlite Plaza. The programs were planned by the Sylvania Jaycees, St. Francis Guild and Knights of Columbus. In 1974, Sylvania’s mayor Warren Schuster had the great idea to have Orson Bean as master of ceremonies for the bean festival. The famous celebrity was duly invited. Alas, he couldn’t make it, as he was appearing on

eighteen talk shows that week! Each year boasted different menus, activities and entertainment. Served was, of course, bean soup, using an old farm recipe, and bean dinners. There was also cornbread, spaghetti and other delectables. There were dunking booths, creative dried bean dish contests, parades, sky divers and more. The multi-day celebrations were quite fun, apparently, and Sylvania residents threw themselves into the festivities enthusiastically (but not into the railroad car!). Miss Bean was selected from thirteen candidates by “an impartial panel of mayor, grocer, beautician and editor.” I assume these were various young ladies from Sylvania schools and they probably wore the title proudly, as well as lovely gowns, tiaras and sashes. Hey, I just had a thought. Were you or a member of your family ever a bean queen or runner-up? Share your memories by emailing to SylvaniaHistory@gmail. com or calling 419-3189632 and it could appear in a future column!

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Richard Gray,Announces Chamber James Brazeau, J. Scott Stewart, Joanne Networking for Dollars Ollivier, Denise Colturi, Joyce Program Moses, Julie Klein and Rosemary Yanik. The Sylvania Chamber Toledo Symphony League announces a Sylvania the Can you believe that Area Chamber Luncheon ProToledo Symphony League celebrates Fanfare at Fiftygram “Networking for DolFive on Wednesday, April lars” as a way to say Brava to the at the Wingate Hotel 13 League Crescendos who directed on Mainthe past andSylvania Street in raise the baton to the members who from full measure to the p.m. give 11:30 a.m.–1:00 There will be a applauds organization and light lunch served so reservations are new members who will direct necessary. The networking the organization? The event will to the event is limited be held first Friday, Sept. a at the 30 to reserve19 spot. home of The and Joan Fought in be Tom presenter will Rossford. Cocktails, musical one of Northwest Ohio’s entertainment and exquisite premier businessplanned. dining stations are leaders, Jim Poure. James A. Poure Additionally a tremendous is the Chairman and Chief “Fanfare” cake will be unveiled later in the of GAC Executive Officer evening. It is suggested that black and Chemical Corporation and white A. Poure & worn. James cocktail attire isAssociFor Business Developates, amore information call

ment Consultancy. Poure founded General Alum & Chemical Corporation in 1979 (GAC Chemical Corporation) and led his company to being named as one of INC. Magazine’s fastest growing companies in 1984. He was named “Entrepreneur of the Year” Northwest Ohio Region in 1995 for Chemical Manufacturing and Processing and in 1990 for Supporter of Entrepreneurship. In addition to earning the Toledo Small Business of the Year Award from the

Toledo Area at 419-874Trina McGivern Small Business 6050. Association, and the “Award of Excellence” from City Chic to benefit the theAuxiliary to the Ability University of Toledo Center of Greater Toledo Family Business Center in City Chic, the awarded an 1998, Jim was annual fashion gala that benefits the Honorary Doctorate Degree Ability Center of Greater in Business held Toledo will beAdministration from the University of Wednesday, Sept. 24 at the Toledo in 2006. Stranahan Great Hall on Heatherdowns. current comAmong his As always this event kicks munity affiliations, Jim has off the fall fashion season, the served as President of and this year will be celebratBoard fashions, companies ing the of Directors of Mom’s House and is a our great and resources of current board member of the Alliance For city. Paired Donation. struttingpast Models will be He is a the stage wearing fashions from chairman and an emeritus locally owned the University member of stores Elegant Rags, Gallippo’s Kids Board of Toledo Foundation Klothesline, Lady C, Lily of Trustees, and a past chairWhitestone, Ragazza, Sophia man Sophie’s Sister and Lustig,of the following affiliations: Jamie Farr LPGA Toledo Furs. Kroger event always draws a This Classic Tournament huge crowd because of the (2001), Toledo-Lucas Coundelightful vendor boutiquesRety Port Authority, Toledo that are set up beginning at 10 gional Growth Partnership, a.m., with a tasty luncheon Toledo Area Chamber of and the fashion extravaganza. Commerce,information call For more Toledo Hospital Board of Directors (Chair419-885-5733. man of the Audit and Pub—licPlease send all information Relations Committees), to Pat Nowak, Sylvania the Junior Achievement of Herald, 5700Ohio Board of Northwest Monroe St., Suite 406, Sylvania 43560, or Directors, e-mail to and co-chairman of the Toledo Committee nowakp112946@aol.com. of 100 from 1989-92. Jim also served as an Executive Committee Member of the Ohio Chamber of Commerce. Jim’s past business, professional and political affiliations included serving as an INC. Magazine conference advisor, a board member of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland – Small Business Advisory Board, an Advisory Board Member of the Legal Institute of the Great Lakes, and a White House Conference Delegate on Small Business. For reservations, please call the chamber at 419-882-2135.

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Library brings in therapy dogs SYLVANIA- The Sylvania Branch Library will offer 15 minute sessions to improve reading skills by reading each week to a gentle, friendly therapy dog. The sessions will be on Mondays from Apr. 1-May 23 with times available starting at 7:00 p.m. Library hosts travel program SYLVANIA- The Sylvania Branch Library will host a travel program titled “The Nature and Culture of Wild India” on Apr. 16 at 2:00 p.m. Sally and Bernie Albert of the Toledo Zoo will lead the event and share their experiences and photos of the natural history, wildlife and people of India. Refreshments will be served. AAUW presents lecture SYLVANIA- The AAUW Toledo Branch will present a lecture titled “A Discussion of Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide” by Pulitzer Prize winners Nicholas D. Kristoff and Sheryl WuDunn. The event will be Apr. 14 from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Franciscan Center board room at Lourdes College. The discussion will be facilitated by AAUW members Wendie Kiskaddon, Jennifer Sader and Jane Hankenhof Curry. Light refreshments will be served and the public is welcome.

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755-7252 or boater734@ chartermi.net. Library celebrating women event SYLVANIA- The Sylvania Branch Library will host an event on Apr. 2 from 2-4 p.m. to celebrate the Silver Anniversary issue of In Search of Our Past: Women of Northwest Ohio published by the Women Alive! Coalition and Women’s History Committee. A variety of authors will be available for discussion and exchange at the event. Light refreshments will be served. For more information contact Ann Hurley at 419243-9952. ball team as they try to earn a championship in Virginia in 1972. Sullivan’s book portrays Yoast as he molds the lives of his young players through his inspirational coaching style. Contact the CCHS Office of Institutional Advancement at 419-255-2306 for more information.

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Lourdes lecture series SYLVANIA- Lourdes’ fifth annual Distinguished Lecture in American History & Culture will be held on Apr. 14 at 7 p.m. in the Franciscan Theatre & Conference Center. Mary Beth Norton, PhD, Mary Donlon Alger Professor of American History at Cornell University, will serve as guest speaker and is presenting a lecture titled “The Salem Witchcraft Trials.” The event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Chair of History, Politacl Science & Geography, Dr. Mary Stockewll at 419-824-3741 or mstockwell@lourdes. edu. Women’s boating class TOLEDO- A special boating class just for women will cover a variety of topics including how to assist at the helm in case of emergency, how to throw a line to a stranded boater and how to know proper fueling procedures that could prevent a fire. The class will be taught by instructor Christopher Hoover of the Toledo Sail & Power Squadron in the Seamanship Class for Women which is now being scheduled. For more information, contact Larry Cole at 734-

sure, use of Studio Fitness facilities, three times per week, for select classes at no charge throughout April, and a free yoga mat. This program is being funded by the Ohio Commission on Minority Health.

Central Catholic welcomes author of Remember This Titan TOLEDOOn Apr. 4, Central Catholic High School will welcome Steve Sullivan, author of Remember This Titan, as the featured speaker in the CCHS Reads program. He will speak at a 2:00 p.m. assembly in the CCHS Sullivan Center. The assembly is free and open to the general public. Remember This Titan chronicles the story of football coach Bill Yoast and the life lessons that can be learned from his journey. Bill Yoast was one of the coaches in the hit movie, Domestic violence: On Remember the Titans, about March 8, at the 6000 block the struggles of a racially of Graystone Drive, Diane P. divided high school foot- Schreck, 52, did cause or at-

Promedica hosts heart program for women TOLEDO- ProMedica and Studio Fitness have teamed up to raise awareness about heart disease in women. “Heart to Heart,” is a free women’s health expo to help educate area women about how to improve their heart health. The event will include free health screenings, exercise demonstrations, plus experts in heart health. The program is Apr. 2 from 2 – 4 p.m., at Studio Fitness, 1413 Bernath Pkwy. Thirty women who attend “Heart to Heart,” will be selected to participate in a month-long fitness challenge, working with exercise specialists from Studio Fitness. This challenge will include before and after health screenings for body mass index and blood pres-

Time Warner offers scholarship Time Warner Cable’s Mid-Ohio Division is offering six, $2,000 scholarships to qualifying high-school graduates who intend to major in a discipline connected to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Candidates must be a graduating high-school senior with at least a 3.5 grade point average whose parent is a customer of Time Warner Cable’s Mid-Ohio Division. Candidates must plan to attend a two- or four-year accredited college or university. For more information on the scholarships and to apply, please go to TimeWarnerCable.com/MidOhio. The deadline to apply is June 1. Retired teachers luncheon MAUMEE- The Apr. 28th luncheon of the Lu-

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cas County Retired Teachers Association will be held at Brandywine Country Club, 6904 Salisbury Road, Maumee at noon. The speaker is Jennifer Cummins of Beautiful Blooms by Jen. Bring in blooms from your yard or purchase them and let Jen teach you the basics of floral design, what flowers to use, and the care of floral arrangements. Members are asked to bring specific food items to help feed the little ones who pass through the doors of Mom’s House. This safe haven offers child care and support in exchange for a young mother’s commitment to finish school. Bring graham or Goldfish crackers, pretzels, vanilla wafers or any type Cheerios because we don’t want Mom’s cupboard to get bare. The following entrees will offered for lunch: Chicken Marsala, Parmesan Breaded Tilapia, Roast Sirloin of Beef and Vegetarian. Send your reservation, with your entree choice, and a check for $17.00, made out LCRTA, to Kathleen Brunt, 3460 Shadywood Circle, Lambertville, MI 48144 as soon as possible. Deadline is Apr. 22.

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WEDNESDAY, March 30, 2011

Flower hospital recognizes National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month
SYLVANIA- More than 100,000 Americans are diagnosed with colorectal cancer each year. It is one of the most common forms of cancer in the United States but can be cured over 90 percent of the time if caught early. In recognition of National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and in an effort to heighten awareness about the importance of early detection, Flower Hospital is encouraging community members to schedule a colorectal screening. Colorectal cancer is a malignant tumor arising from the inner wall of the colon. Most colon cancers begin as polyps, abnormal growths on the wall of the colon that can become cancerous over time. There are several risk factors for colorectal cancer that include anyone age 50 or older, African-American descent, poor diet, obesity, family history of colon cancer, or history of bowel disease and smoking. “It’s important to be screened for colorectal cancer since it is frequently symptom free until the disease is more advanced,” Andrea Henderson, RN, Flower Hospital Endoscopy, said. “Once symptoms such as bloody stool, abdominal pain, change in bowel habits or unexplained weight loss occur the chance for a cure is significantly reduced.” A colonoscopy is the only screening test that enables a

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Student wins third place nation’s largest high school essay contest
ARLINGTON, VA—A Maumee Valley Country Day School student beat out more than 24,000 other participants for a top spot in America’s largest high school essay contest conducted by the Bill of Rights Institute. Representing the Great Lakes Region, Carolyn Sowa, a junior at Maumee Valley Country Day School, earned third place and $500 in the fifth annual Being an American Essay Contest. The national competition is sponsored by the Bill of Rights Institute, an educational nonprofit based near Washington, D.C. Sowa‘s sponsoring teacher, Josh Lavetter-Keidan, received a matching cash prize. In addition to the cash prizes, Sowa and Lavetter-Keidan also won paid trips to the nation’s capital, where they were honored on March 22 at an awards gala emceed by Juan Williams and featuring a keynote address by John Stossel. The Washington, D.C. trip also included a Capitol Hill luncheon and tours of the U.S. Capitol, Supreme Court and National Archives. “The Being an American Essay Contest encourages students to see how vital it is to the future of our country and Constitution that they live out key civic values every day,” Bill of Rights Institute vice president of education programs Jason Ross said. “By thinking about the civic values evident in our Founding documents and in the lives of American heroes, students can begin to see how their own actions are significant in supporting the experiment in self-government started by our Founders.” More than 80,000 students attending public and private high schools, and homeschooled students from all 50 states, have participated in the Being an American Essay Contest to date, with nearly half-a-million dollars in prize money being awarded to winning students and their teachers. “The Being an American Essay Contest is a wonderful way to awaken students’ interest in the ideas of the American Founding. The Stuart Family Foundation is honored to be one of the Contest’s supporters,” Stuart Family Foundation executive director Truman Anderson said. To participate, students were asked to share their thoughts on American citizenship by

physician to see the colon directly and allows polyps to be removed without surgery. It is the preferred and most effective screening option for colorectal cancer. Colonoscopies are extremely safe when performed by a skilled endoscopist. “The good news for patients is that the new healthcare reform policy requires insurance plans to now cover preventative services, including colonoscopies, without requiring a co-pay,” Henderson said. “However it is still recommended that you contact your insurance company to authorize a screening before scheduling an exam” For more information about Flower Hospital, visit www.promedica.org.

Central Catholic technology director featured at conference
NASHVILLE- Central Catholic High School director of technology Chris Hamady of Sylvania was a featured presenter at the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE) conference in Nashville, Tennessee on March 11. This international conference, which was held from March 7-11, focused on information and instructional technologies in faculty and staff development. Mr. Hamady copresented with Central Catholic Board technology chairman Dr. Berhane Teclehaimanot, who is a professor of curriculum and instruction at the University of Toledo. Their presentation was titled “Designing a Media Production Facility: A Model for 21st Century Education.” In 2009, Central Catholic created a fully digital media production and recording studio in one of its classrooms. The studio is home

answering the following question: “What civic value do you believe is most essential to being an American?” By encouraging students to consider and weigh American values, the Essay Contest serves as a key part of the Bill of Rights Institute’s mission to educate young people about the words and ideas of America’s Founders, the liberties guaranteed in our Founding documents, and how our Founding principles continue to affect and shape a free society. In her winning essay, Sowa selected “integrity” as the civic value topic of her essay and thought Abraham Lincoln, the great emancipator and preserver of the Union, most embodied the American character. In her essay, Sowa wrote, “Freedom without integrity is like a building without a foundation; it cannot stand. Among all American civic values, it is, therefore, upon integrity that we must lay our strongest emphasis.” More information on the Being an American Essay Contest can be found at www. BillofRightsInstitute.org. Copies of winning essays and photographs of students are available by request.

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for the live Internet streaming of daily announcements through the Irish News Network (INN), as well as the streaming of special events and sports. The classroom also features an instructional area for classes on computer applications and design, and a professionally designed full multi-track recording studio. “My favorite aspects of the SITE conference

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were the presentations done by the international community,” said Mr. Hamady. “All of us throughout the world have similar educational goals and challenges. The diversity of discussions and solutions to difficult, yet common, issues was invaluable and highly relevant to the internationally-focused learning environment at Central Catholic High School.”

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The Week Ahead: Apr. 3 through Apr. 9, 2011 Aries (March 21-Apr. 19) This is a great time for you to put your proposals on the table at work. If you don’t have a job, this is a great time to get your resume out there or look into going back to school. This is a time of learning and growth. The things that have held you back are no longer present. Taurus (Apr. 20-May 20) Right timing is everything and this is the week for you when it comes to communication. Whatever you have wanted to communicate to family members, a partner or even in business, this is the time to do it. Whether in an email, phone call or faceto-face, get your words out. Gemini (May 21-June 21) You might feel tested this week by family members. There are a lot of things going on inside of you right now that may rattle you. Just know that shake-ups are often the releasing of something old and creating something new from a space of purity. Cancer (June 22-July 22) If you have children, they may express to you some of their needs. They actually would like to spend more time with you and are trying to express the confusion they are feeling. If you don’t have children, it may be your parents who need to spend more time with you. It’s important to balance your time between responsibilities and taking care of you. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) It’s all about you this week and you love that. Show people where you stand and the success that comes from your gifts. Express your talents. The more you get out there and connect, the more things fall into place with job opportunities and relationships. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sep. 22) Relationships are on an upswing this week if you make yourself available to them. This is an opportunity for a new romance or new friendships to enter your life. You may also find yourself letting go of some old relationships that no longer serve your highest good. Libra (Sep. 23-Oct. 22) You are going to feel very busy this week like your world is spinning. It’s going to be important right now to keep your balance. Rest, nourishment and play are all important. So, as you start your week, look at your schedule and make sure you have clarity. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) There are new opportunities on the horizon as you take your gifts and move forward. The most important relationship has been the one you have with yourself. Let go of fear and start communicating with others. This is a time of forward movement for you. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Now that you are feeling more organized, what are you going to do with it? Get your plans out and take a look at your options. This is a good time for discussions with your partner whether in business or your personal life because you’ll easily get your point across. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Relationship issues have been challenging but you will be feeling better now that you are in a better space. You may find people are more apt to compliment you than pull you down. It’s important to stand your ground and tell people how you honestly feel. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) This is a crazy time right now so slow down and take a deep breath. There are things facing you that you must deal with. Trust the process and trust the people around you. Even though things feel overwhelming, just know that everything is going to work out. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) This is a great time for communication with the people that you love. Don’t be afraid to speak you mind, but just be careful while you are speaking it that you are using discernment in your words. This is also a good time to do some writing and be creative. Kimmie Rose is a professional intuitive, vibrational astrologer, author, public speaker and radio and television host on CBS Radio and Telos Television Networks. She is available for personal readings, classes and seminars. For more information, please call her office, Lite the Way, at 734-854-1514 or visit her website, www.kimmierose. com.

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Ohio Northern University announces Dean’s List
ADA- Ohio Northern University recently released it’s Dean’s List for the winter quarter 2010-11. To qualify for the Dean’s list, students must attain a grade point average of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 grading system. Sylvania resident Haley A. Armstong, daughter of Jeffery and Lisa Armstrong, was named to the list. Armstrong is a first year pharmacy major.

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Sylvania City Schools named to AP Achievement List
SYLVANIA- Sylvania City Schools is one of fewer than 400 school districts in the nation being honored by the College Board with a place on its AP Achievement List for opening AP classroom doors to a significantly broader pool of students, while maintaining or improving the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher. From 2008 to 2010, the Sylvania City Schools has increased the number of students participating in AP from 234 to 278, while improving the percentage of students earning AP Exam scores of 3 or higher, the score typically needed to earn college credit, from 80% in 2008 to 83% in 2010. It should be noted these figures exclude participation and performance in AP Spanish language exams. The AP Achievement List is made up of all school districts that are simultaneously expanding opportunity and improving performance, so even low-performing districts are included if they have been able to maintain or improve scores while expanding access. The list includes 388 school districts representing 43 states, with California’s 37 districts on the list representing the largest number of districts from a single state, followed by Michigan with 29 districts and Pennsylvania with 28 districts. “Participation in college-level AP courses can level the playing field for underserved students, give them the confidence needed to succeed in college, and raise standards and performance in key subjects like science and math,” College Board President Gaston Caperton said. “The AP Achievement List districts are defying expectations by expanding access while enabling their students to maintain or improve their AP Exam scores.” Many U.S. school districts have focused on expanding access to AP courses as part of a strategy for fostering college readiness. While these efforts have resulted in more students earning scores of 3 or better — the score typically cited as a “qualifying” or “successful” score because the majority of U.S. colleges and universities provide college credit or advanced placement for this score — these efforts have also resulted in more students now earning scores of 1 or 2. Accordingly, there has been a slight decline since 2001 in the percentage of AP students scoring a 3 or better, a decline that is to be expected in any program attracting a broader cross-section of students. That said, helping more students learn at a higher level and earn higher AP scores is an objective of all members of the AP community, from AP teachers to district and school administrators to college professors. Many are experimenting with a variety of initiatives and strategies to determine how to expand access and improve student performance simultaneously. “These districts are living proof that when access to AP is provided for the range and breadth of prepared and motivated students, districts can achieve even higher learning outcomes for their students — and the opportunity for so many more to earn college credit and placement — than when

University of Akron announces Dean’s List

SYLVANIAThe Lucas County Auditor announced the data collection for the 2012 Revaluation will take place during the month of April in the City of Sylvania. State law requires the Auditor to appraise each individual parcel of real estate in the county every six years. Called a revaluation, this program is required by Ohio law to equalize values and to take into account the need to adjust values based on current trends in the market. The Auditor’s office divides the county into 34 groups

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of similar neighborhoods and performs their own extensive sales analysis and compares their findings with the State. Lucas County Auditor Anita Lopez and members of her staff have been conducting informational meetings throughout the county since February. The public is encouraged to attend any one of the meetings to learn about the revaluation so they can be informed and involved in the valuation process. Representatives from the Auditor’s office will be available for questions or one-on-one assistance at the Here’s To Your Health Fair, sponsored by the Sylvania Senior Center, 7140 Sylvania Avenue, on Apr. 7 from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. The revaluation is greatly impacted by real estate sales of a

AKRONThe University of Akron recently released its Dean’s List for the 2010 fall semester. To qualify

for the Dean’s List, students must maintain a 3.25 or better grade point average. Students from Sylvania

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particular area, as well as the attributes of the property. It is important for homeowners to check their property data to make sure their current value is accurate. AREIS (Auditor’s Real Estate Information System) Online, accessed through the county website (www. co.lucas.oh.us), is a great resource for citizens to view the current market value and data of their property. The auditor’s office is available to answer any questions residents may have regarding their property’s estimated fair market value and its effect on taxes. Please contact the Education and Outreach Department at 419-213-4406, visit at One Government Center, Suite 600, or online at www.co.lucas.oh.us/ auditor.

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FINDLAYThe University of Findlay recently awarded scholarships to multiple current students. Two students from Sylvania earned a scholarship. Betty Caskey Clopper Scholarship Emily Beddoes, a sophomore early childhood education major, has been awarded The University of Findlay’s Betty Caskey Clopper Scholarship for the 2010-11 academic year. Beddoes, a 2009 graduate of Sylvania Southview High School, is the daughter of Caren and Gary Beddoes of Toledo. On campus, Beddoes participates in the Education club, Rotaract and soccer. J. Paul Mellott Instrumental Music Scholarship Laura Seslar, a senior pre-veterinary medicine/ biology major, has been

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SYLVANIA- The theme of Sylvania Franciscan Academy’s 17th annual charity auction on March 19 was Derby Day at SFA. Chaired by Tim and Diane Brunner with co-chairs Jim and Linda Knepp, the action began promptly at 6:00 p.m. Sweet Pea the race horse, owned by Tom and Michelle Glanville, greeted attendees outside the Franciscan Center at Lourdes College, setting the pace for a lively evening. Mary Miller’s décor followed Kentucky Derby tradition with red roses adorning all tables. Many female guests sported elegant hats. Attendees included Dick and Robin LaValley, Dan and Kristine LaValley, Tom and Pam Win, Robert and Diane Tankoos, Dan and Cynthia Pipoly, Ed and Manar Nahhas, Bob and Linda Helmer, and Joe and Julia Young. Before dinner, Dr. Richard Kohler, SFA headmaster, and Sister Mary Jon Wagner, OSF, presented two awards. This year’s St. Clare Award for Philanthropic Giving went to Mr. and Mrs. Richard LaValley, Sr., for their outstanding contributions to the SFA Endowment Fund. Dr. Kohler also thanked The LaValley Foundation and The John Jacob Foundation for establishing The Jake Thornton Art Project in memory of SFA graduate Jake Thornton. Recipients of the 2011 St. Damian Award for Leadership are Paul Geha and Laurie Adams for their superb dedication to and support of SFA athletics. Former SFA principal JoAnn Tallarico honored kindergarten teacher Camille Jankowski, a 22-year-veteran of the school, announcing a scholarship in her name. Taking over the microphone, auction emcee Tom Amstutz got the bidding under way to finance the new award. Parents were quick to raise their paddles in gratitude for Jankowski’s long service. Auction attendees placed

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West Side Montessori writers take first and third place in Power of the Pen Regionals
at the College of Wooster May 26-27. Bilal Yassine was awarded Best of Round 2. Team members who competed were Pilar Athaide-Victor, Steven O’Neill, Kashvi Patel, Laramie Reynolds, Shohan Shetty, and Bilal Yassine. The eighth grade team took third place overall. Isabel Abu-Absi and Lauren Kohler’s scores qualified them to advance to State Finals. Schuyler Stupica is an official alternate. Team members who competed were Isabel Abu-Absi, Grace Beham, Lilly Kaplan, Lauren Kohler, Nicole Rusk, and Schuyler Stupica. West Side Montessori was awarded the second place trophy in the Sweepstakes Category due to the combined scores of the 7th and 8th grade writers. Both teams were coached by middle school teacher, Mary Brandon. Congratulations to all the participants and good luck to all the writers moving on to States.

Many people came out to enjoy a fun evening at the Sylvania Franciscan Academy’s annual charity auction. Helping make West Side the event a success were (left to right) Sr. Mary Jon Wagner, sori’s team of OSF; Mrs. Richard LaValley, Dr. Richard Kohler 6th grade boys

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West Side Montessori team heads to state Destination Imagination Tourney
Montes5 th and brought home a first place trophy at the Destination Imagination Regional Tournament, held on March 12, at Owens Community College. The winning team is made up of Raaghov Agnihotri, Aghiad Daboul, Ryan Gannon, CJ Leonard, Brennor Masters, Antonio Peron and Wyatt Reynolds. Because of their first place win, the team will be advancing to the Destination Imagination State Tournament to be held on Apr. 16 in Mt. Vernon, OH. Since fall the boys have worked together to research energy cycles in the natural and/or

SYLVANIA- West Side Montessori middle school writers brought their “A game” to the Regional Competition of Power of the Pen on March 8 at Lourdes College. West Side Montessori writers joined more than 200 7th and 8th grade students representing a total of 33 schools in 11 counties. The seventh grade team took first place overall. Bilal Yassine and Laramie Reynolds scored in the top 15 which qualified them to move on to State Finals

SYLVANIAMary John Thornton and Roberta Handel enjoyed the Goodwin, French teacher Kentucky Derby themed festivities at the auction. at Northview High School, received the 2011 bets on the Bean Races, were among the 16 alumni Leona Glenn Outstanding managed by Mike and Dylan on hand to assist. Language Brunner, and on the stable Silent auction tables Foreign of SFA “horses” ridden featured unique and artistic Teacher Award from the by faculty jockeys Della classroom projects in addition Ohio Foreign Language Ward, Monique Boulton, to items for children, health, Association. An awards Bernie Thompson, Camille beauty, entertainment, ceremony will be held Jankowski, and Sister Celine sports, travel, home and on Apr. 9 at 12:30 pm at Bundschuh, SND, along with garden. Live auction prizes the annual Ohio Foreign headmaster Kohler. Riding included a getaway to the Language Conference in Choc-o-Lot, Ward was the real Kentucky Derby as well Columbus, Ohio. first to cross the finish line. as a stay in spectacular Villa Mary has been with Eric Leggett called the race Pugue on Culebra Island SylvanIa Schools with help from a team of SFA in Puerto Rico. Projected graduates. Josh Caraballo, auction totals exceed Rachel Brunner, Zach $68,000 with donations still Vigneau and Sara Mohamed coming in.

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The Lourdes basketball team goes over strategy during a game in their first season. Pictured in front left to right are John Washington, Charles Turnbo and Remy Fleurima. In back are Coach Andre Smith, Coach Leroy King, John Brown, Kedsed Desamour and John Willhite.

Lourdes men’s volleyball signs first player
SYLVANIA- Lourdes College has made history again by signing its first male volleyball player. Lance Wiles of Gahanna Lincoln High School in Gahanna, Ohio signed his letter of intent to play volleyball at Lourdes College. “I chose Lourdes because of the people that make up the environment,” Wiles said. “I felt like I was a member of the Lourdes family already. I heard positive things about both the school and the coaches and I thought it would be an amazing feeling knowing that I

Lourdes did have some key highlights during the season. They Gray Wolves opened the season on a high note with victories at Indiana Tech University in Ft. Wayne, IN and at Concordia University in Ann Arbor, MI. Lourdes also beat then #25 Indiana University-East in the Canton Comfort Inn Tournament at Malone University on Dec. 18. The biggest win of the season came Nov. 23 when they Gray Wolves played their home opener against Madonna University out of Livonia, MI. Lourdes was down by 20 at halftime but came from behind and won 65-62 in the closing seconds. It was the perfect way for the men’s team to be welcomed not only into the Lourdes community but the surrounding communities as well. Some of the standouts this season were John Washington, John Willhite and John Brown. Washington led the team

with 395 points averaging 13.9 points per game. He also led the team with 79 assists. Willhite led the Gray Wolves with 148 rebounds and 61 steals. He also led the team with four double-doubles and was second in scoring with 297 points. Brown led the team with 24 blocks. He was second in rebounds with 113 and was third in scoring with 201 points. The Gray Wolves now head into the offseason and have a lot of time to prepare for next season. Coach Smith hopes the team can continue to improve and focus on playing a more consistent game of basketball. “We can’t play one good half and one bad half of basketball and expect to remain competitive,” Smith said. “If we can put together a complete game we will be more successful.” Though the first season was full of ups and downs and unknowns, the future remains bright for this young team.

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Southview’s Kallie Breyfogle recently signed a letter of intent to continue her golf career at Lourdes College. With her at the signing ceremony was Southview girl’s golf coach Matt Fojtik and Lourdes women’s golf coach Scott Simon. SYLVANIA- Kallie Breyfogle of Sylvania Southview High School became of the first woman golfer of the incoming 2011 class to sign with Lourdes. “I chose Lourdes because it is very close to home which is beneficial,” Kallie said. “I also like the small class sizes and I really liked the golf coach.” Kallie was the number one on the Southview girl’s golf team this year. Her team won the Northern Lakes League championship and the sectional tournament making it to districts. Kallie earned 2nd Team All-NLL for her performance on the golf course this year. Her strength is her long game and hopes to work on her short game before joining the college ranks. “I am very pleased and excited to add Kallie to the team,” Lourdes head golf coach Scott Simon said. “Adding Kallie to our already impressive roster has me excited for next year. The women’s team should be very good and give the men a run for their money.” Kallie plans to study education in her time at Lourdes.

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