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K-100 radio personality speaks about his liver transplants
Written by Emily Meece, Eagle’s Eye Editor   
Thursday, 17 March 2011 13:10

K-100 radio personality Harvey J. Steele visited Marcia Mazur’s freshman health class at Eastwood High School on Wednesday, March 2, to speak about his experiences being a liver recipient not once, but twice in his life.

Almost 14 years ago, Steele was in the Cleveland Clinic in dire need of a new liver. Thanks to the generosity of one family, they allowed their deceased loved one to donate a usable liver to Steele in order to save his life.

Unfortunately, shortly after the surgery, Steele’s body rejected the liver, and he found himself once again waiting on the national transplant list.

 
High school students give back to the community
Written by Chelsea Haarm and Gabe LeVally, Eagle’s Eye Staff Writers   
Thursday, 17 March 2011 13:03

Dodging bad weather and irregular schedules, the members of People Inc. were able to sponsor two successful blood drives this school year.

Despite a two hour delay, People Inc. members, working in conjunction with The American Red Cross, were still able to hold their annual blood drive on December 10, with the theme “Give blood; save a life.”

People Inc. members worked to incorporate “The Game of Life” board game feel to the drive. Play money was placed on the lockers of the donors. Members also brought in food for the canteen and Multi-grain Cheerios for the students and teachers that gave blood. Members that did not get to work the blood drive will have the opportunity to work the next one.

 
Lake Twp. - Budget includes funds for more road projects
Written by Larry Limpf   
Thursday, 17 March 2011 13:01

Lake Township residents will see the benefits of additional revenue for road repairs, according to Melanie Bowen, a township trustee, who says the number of road projects will increase this year.

The trustees Tuesday approved annual appropriations for 2011 totaling approximately $5.4 million, including $1.2 million for the general fund and $377,500 for the road improvement fund.

Township voters in November replaced a 1.5-mill property tax levy for road improvements and approved an additional 1-mill levy. Both taxes will be levied on current property values.

“The number of roads we do this year will be up,” Bowen said.

 
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