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Ohio Sea Grant and the NOAA Marine Debris Program's Great Lakes office invite students in grades 9-12 from the Lake Erie region of Ohio to participate in the 2018 Ohio Marine Debris Challenge "Communicating for a Clean Future."

Student groups will create public service announcement videos that focus on inspiring others to address marine debris. The deadline for submission is March 16, 2018.

At its regular business meeting on Aug. 22, the Benton-Carroll-Salem Board of Education honored Oak Harbor High School student Rhiannon Reaper, who attends Penta Career Center, for her recent election as the SkillsUSA Ohio President.

SkillsUSA Ohio is a career-tech student organization that prepares members for leadership and careers in the engineering, health, human services, industrial, and transportation industries. Members also have the opportunity to earn awards and recognition through leadership, occupational and technical skill events and other competitions.

The area’s largest annual high school party took place Tuesday, Sept. 12 at St. George’s Banquet Hall.

A total of about 335 Morrison R. Waite High School’s alumni, family and friends were present at the 17th Golden Years Luncheon.

The idea of a combined luncheon for those celebrating their high school reunion of 50 years or more was proposed by Class of 1949 alumnus Robert “Bob” Yenrick in 2000, after his graduating class celebrated its 50th reunion. As a result, the first annual Golden Years Luncheon was held in Maumee on Sept. 12, 2001.

 
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