The Press Newspaper
As popular as Oregon’s German-American Festival has been, GAF Society Chairman Timothy Pecsenye stresses his organization faces the same challenges as any other non-profit organization.
The GAF started in 1966, was incorporated in January 1967 by seven ethnic societies, and later purchased Oak Shade Grove for its German-Swiss Cultural Center. The festival helps pay for maintenance of Oak Shade Grove and its “Germanic-style” clubhouse, but each society continues its own fundraising events.
Jayna Kubuske’s father, Jim, was a high school football coach when Jayna was growing up.
The Kubuske family always had Friday nights in the fall marked on its calendar to watch the high school bands and see what kind of team Jim, the former head coach at Lake High School, would put on the field.
A graduation guarantee policy for Clay High School students is under review by the Oregon City Schools District.
The proposal would guarantee that all Oregon students who graduate and who have passed the Ohio Graduation Test (OGT) with or without allowable accommodations, are capable of meeting Ohio academic standards as measured by the OGT in reading, writing, math, science and social studies.
On Wednesday, former Cardinal Stritch football coach Andre L. Hampton was charged through Oregon Municipal Court with three counts of theft, falsification, and two counts of forgery.
Hampton has been arrested and released on bond, said Detective Randy Jacobs.
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