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Acadamic honors
University of Akron: Kyle Simon, of Oregon; Brandon Browing and Brooke Browning, of Oak Harbor; Jacob Will, of Millbury.

Ashland University: Elisha Dierker and Mark Schult, of Pemberville; Stephanie Greggila, of Oak Harbor.

Baldwin Wallace College: Grant Hesselbart, of Woodville.

Defiance College: Katie Feher, Oregon; Daniel Hardin-Wallace, Richard Sherrer, and Steven Strahm, all of Toledo; Gene Snyder, Elmore; Phoenix Golnick, Oak Harbor;

Ohio Northern University: Rachel Pioch, of Northwood; Joshua Hille, of Curtice.

Tiffin University: Lauren Grimm, of Genoa; Katrina Ross, of Gibsonburg; Ashley Madison, of Oak Harbor.

Terra Community College: Jacob Land, of Northwood; James Gray, of Toledo;

Rachel Auld, of Gibsonburg; Raul Reyna Jr., of Helena; Aaron Lewis and Kelly Tonkin, of Lindsey; Paul Dornbusch, Ashlee Fick, Jennifer Fillmore, Justin Garcia, Sue Guerra, Ashley Kardos, Jacqueline Kohlman, Paulette Lipstraw,


Owens Community College will conclude the 2009-10 Arts Exhibition Season

Owens' "Toledo Emerges" art exhibit will feature such
works as Lena B. Ellis-Boatman's lithograph titled
"Something's Come Up" in the Walter E. Terhune Art
Gallery. (Photo courtesy of Owens Community College)

with a new generation of emerging artists bringing a fresh perspective to the Northwest Ohio art scene as the Walter E. Terhune Art Gallery presents “Toledo Emerges” through July 29.

"Owens Community College is proud to conclude the current exhibition season by showcasing some of the finest emerging artists around,” said Wynn Perry, Owens part-time coordinator of the Walter E. Terhune Art Gallery. “These young artists bring a new and exciting perspective on a variety of contemporary styles, which will certainly not disappoint exhibit attendees.”


On May 17, a celebration was held to thank a group of volunteers who donated

WynnReads volunteers recently honored for
a successful year include (front row from left)
Darla Bohland, Kristie Boros, Beverly Filipiak.
Second row Gerry Wasserman, Sharon Murphy,
Diane Holman, Sherry Krieger. Back row Lillian
Lagger, Sheron Gerrard, and Jamie Campbell.

their time to help Wynn Elementary School students through the WynnReads program.

The volunteer-based reading tutor program runs at the Oregon elementary school from Oct. 15 through May 15. The tutors give their time to help students at every grade level with reading, fluency, comprehension and other literacy skills to help them become successful and fluent readers.

Many of the students receive one-on-one time with their tutors on a weekly basis. Fourth- and fifth-grade students have group sessions helping them with science, social studies, spelling/vocabulary and chapter book reading.

All tutors are fingerprinted and trained at a Fall Kick off Training Breakfast in October. Each tutor is asked to donate a half-hour to an hour per week. This year, 28 tutors served over 200 hours of service.


Giving money to people along road

Do you feel compelled to give money to people holding signs along the road asking for money?
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