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FCA members honored for their leadership

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Calvary Christian Middle School and High School students recently attended the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Marquee event, where they were honored for their leadership in the organization.


Participants included Tyler Reinhard, Maddie McGliss, Makayla Hartley, Katie Thompson, Audrey,  Slemmons and Andrew Reinhard.


This year, the FCA also recognized Ohio State University football team starting offensive center Corey Linsley with the Collegian Award for his willingness to share the gospel.  


Former OSU All-American Randy Gradishiar was honored as the National FCA award winner. Mr. Gradishiar was recognized for his continued involvement in FCA with the Denver Broncos.


Students had a chance to meet Mr. Linsley at the event,

Last Updated on Thursday, 01 May 2014

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FINE ARTISTS ON DISPLAY

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Bellefontaine City Schools’ annual Fine Arts Festival begins today at 5 p.m. when artwork may be viewed until the 7 p.m. formal concert featuring middle school and high school musical groups. ABOVE: Several large papier mache statues, including this giraffe statue by student Courtney Ames, are part of the festival. FRONT PAGE PHOTO: Bellefontaine High School senior Erin Levine, created this charcoal drawing of a soldier. (EXAMINER PHOTOS | MANDY LOEHR)

Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 April 2014

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8-year-old makes Locks of Love donation

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City resident Rihanna Fullerton, 8, recently made a hair donation to Locks of Love at the Kut ‘N Loose salon, 212 E. Sandusky Ave.


Stylist Krista Pickering provided her hair cut. The second-grader said she wanted to make the donation to help kids who didn’t have hair to be happy.

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 April 2014

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ILMS competing in Penny War

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Indian Lake Middle School students are participating in a Penny War during their lunch to raise money for the school district’s mini Relay For Life event, slated for May 14.


Students drop change into their grade level bucket for the competition. The winning grade level will receive an ice cream treat at lunchtime.

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Last Updated on Friday, 25 April 2014

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CCS students attend Youth in Government program

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Several Calvary Christian High School students recently attended the Youth in Government program at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus.


Participants included Makayla Hartley, Nathalie Thompson, Amanda Koons, Mallory Leach, Maddie McGillis, Peter Printz and Noah Taylor. Ryan Hyde, social studies teacher, accompanied the students.


This program is sponsored by the West Virginia Youth Leadership Association and offers students the opportunity to see first-hand how state government officials represent their constituents. The students served in different capacities, such as chaplain, senator, representative, president of the senate and lobbyist.

Last Updated on Friday, 25 April 2014

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Spring landscaping

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Barb Topp, left, of New Bremen, spreads mulch Monday with her daughter Stacy Walterbusch at Ms. Walterbusch’s Chillicothe Avenue residence. The women planted strawberries Monday afternoon and had planted flowers and were mulching by the evening. (EXAMINER PHOTO | NATE SMITH)

Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 April 2014

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Happy hunting

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Hundreds of children scooped up some 16,000 filled Easter eggs Saturday at Russells Point Church of God during the annual hunt sponsored by the Russells Point Neighborhood Watch, Russells Point Police Department and the church. (EXAMINER PHOTO | RICK PITTS)

Last Updated on Monday, 21 April 2014

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Bank donates books to ILES library

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Indian Lake Elementary students recently were treated to a surprise book donation from the Richwood Banking Company in Huntsville.
The bank conducted a book drive to recognize the birthday of Dr. Seuss, asking bank patrons to donate books. Customers donated a variety of book genres, such as Junie B. Jones chapter books, Dr. Seuss rhyming books, and beginning reader ABC books. The books will be added to the ILES library collection.
Richwood Banking associates Dana Fullerton, Brenda Moots, and “Buzz the Bee,” played by Nicole Daniels, presented the books to ILES student council members.

Last Updated on Friday, 18 April 2014

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