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Education

Mia Mottmiller, a 7th grader in Mrs. Bing's language art's class at Eisenhower, won a writing contest sponsored by the Kroger Company during Black History Month.  Mia's entry was a poem entitled, "I'm A Proud Black American Women," written from Rosa Park's point of view. Mia won a laptop computer presented to her at a luncheon in Columbus on March 14. Archie Griffin, president of The Ohio State University Alumni Association, presented the award. Congratulations, Mia!

 

Woodmore’s cheerleading squad gave outgoing head coach Kathy Damschroder a good sendoff last month. The Wildcats squad took first place in the large (20 members and over) varsity, non-mount division March 7 at the 21st annual Arnold Classic Bodybuilding Championships at Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Columbus.

It was Woodmore’s first time competing at the Arnold Classic.

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One of the best kept secrets in northwest Ohio is the ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES program at the University of Findlay.

Twelve students from the Gifted & Talented Department at Clay High School went to the University of Findlay to explore the environmental studies and safety program.  The day was hosted by Dr. Tim Murphy. 

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