The Press Newspaper
This summer, Woodmore High School Spanish teacher Tom Adams, accompanied by three students and a chaperone, took a ten-day adventure to Spain. Woodmore Spanish Club has not take a trip like this in many years but have tentative plans for a Costa Rican trip already in the works for next summer.
Those who went on the trip were students Andrea Bouldin, Ben Czeczele and Lora Zatko, and Laurie Czeczele, who went as a chaperone.
“I liked seeing all the different places in Spain, especially the palaces,” said Bouldin. “
While the most exciting part for Adams was the bullfight, some of the favorite stops they visited included Granada and Toledo, Spain.
Students even got to try out their bilingual skills by conversing in Spanish when buying things and at dinner by asking for the check.
While there, several cultural differences were noticed.
“In Spain they hardly ever wear shorts unless they are going to work out,” said Adams.
Bouldin noticed that people seemed to be dressed up all the time, even while just walking around town. The meal times also differ from Americans as they eat a large meal in the late afternoon and then eat something light at around 10 p.m.
“At first, we thought he was looking at June, but I think it’s some time in January or February,” said Seferian.
Stager was acting chief when Gulch stepped down, then was appointed to the position permanently in 2008.
Seferian said he and Administrator Mike Beasley will be seeking a replacement soon.
“As soon as we get some other issues out of the way, we’ll start to figure out the process. Of course, we’ll share what we’re doing with council. I want them to be a part of it.”
Picking a police chief, said Seferian, “is never an easy thing.”
When former Fire Chief Bill Wilkins resigned last year, Seferian said it was not difficult finding a replacement because he knew the fire department well. Seferian appointed veteran Oregon fire fighter Ed Ellis, formerly an assistant district chief, for the post last May.
Controlled burns at refuge to start
The wildlife service will be conducting the controlled burns to eliminate dead vegetation and encourage native plant establishment for next spring.
In addition, the controlled burns eliminate years of built up dead plants that would otherwise increase the risks of wildfires, according to the service, which said detailed burn plans are written and reviewed by officials for each burn conducted.
The refuge covers more than 10,000 acres in Ottawa and Lucas counties.
Lake Erie Waterkeeper Sandy Bihn will be special speaker to talk about algae issues on the lake and the Duck and Otter Creeks Partnership at the Friends of Pearson Park October 13 meeting at Macomber Lodge.
Of course, what kid doesn’t?
But this year, Cameron’s birthday promises to be about 10 times better than the previous nine.
It’s not just because the Oregon youth will be enjoying a trip to Kalahari Resort with his family. This year, Cameron will be celebrating his 10th birthday on Oct. 10, 2010. That’s right. He’ll be 10 on 10-10-10. And as luck would have it, he debuted at Flower Hospital weighing in at exactly 10 pounds. (He missed being born at 10 o’clock by about three and a half hours).
Cameron, a fourth-grader at Starr Elementary School, plays hockey and football. To celebrate the special decade milestone, Cameron will have cake and ice cream with family and take that much-anticipated trip to Kalahari Resort.
Cameron Menchaca’s, of Oregon, will celebrate his 10th birthday on 10-10-10 with a family celebration and a trip to Kalahari Resort in Sandusky.