Elmwood band scores a dozen instruments at fraction of cost PDF Print E-mail
Written by MARIE THOMAS BAIRD Sentinel Education Editor   
Thursday, 17 April 2014 09:00
Elmwood's Breanna Williams and Christian Aldaco with new Tenor Saxaphones that the school purchased. The school secured 12 instruments worth $57,000 for less than $3,000. (Photo: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)
JERRY CITY - The Elmwood band program is scoring great instruments at very little cost.
Since January, the band has purchased $57,329 worth of brass and woodwind instruments for $2,883.
It's all in an effort to help students who can't afford to purchase their own instruments.
Band Director Justin Brinkman gave as an example a tuba If bought new, it would cost $8,500. He picked it up for $285.
Since January, he has purchased 12 instruments: one tuba, two French horns, two tenor saxophones and two also saxes, on soprano sax, one clarinet, one trombone, one trumpet and one flugelhorn.
He is awaiting delivery on another trumpet and an alto sax.
He makes his purchases through the General Service Administration, working through the DLA Disposition Services in Ohio.
Last Updated on Thursday, 17 April 2014 10:08
Campus News: 04-12-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 12 April 2014 08:08
The University of Findlay Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble will join to perform "Enchanted Places - Worlds of the Imagination" in its annual concert at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Findlay High School Heminger Auditorium.
To reserve seating, contact the UF box office at 419-434-4458. There is no cost for the concert.
The following local students will participate: Amanda Ridenour of Bloomdale, Henry Witt of Perrysburg and Travis Wolph of Fostoria.

A record number of more than 100 Heidelberg University students presented their research at the 21st annual "Minds at Work" Student Research Conference in February. Among those presenting were: Elisabeth White of Northwood, a junior majoring in Education and History, and presenting "A Country Profile on Morocco" and "Integrated Curriculum: A New Outlook for Learning" (co-presenting); Jennifer Simko of Millbury, a senior majoring in Chemistry, and presenting "Study Towards a Cost-Effective Flow Injection Analysis System for the Quantification of Glyphos-ate in Surface Water " (co-presenting); and Krystal Harms of Walbridge, a junior majoring in Psychology, and presenting "The History and Controversy of Music Therapy."
Graduates: 04-10-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 10 April 2014 08:15
Ohio University
Ohio University has released the names of students who earned degrees during fall commencement. The list includes:
Consula Steffen, Custar; Katrina Bressler, Bowling Green; Holly Oberhouse, Bradner; Sarah Gerken, Grand Rapids; Kimberly McLochlin, Haskins; Sara Reamsnyder, Perrysburg, all with a  Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
.Jamie Zipfel, Perrysburg, Bachelor of Science in Communication.
Josh Zielinski, Perrysburg, Bachelor of Business Administration.
Gerohnda Rushton, Perrysburg, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine.
Eric Porea, Perrysburg, Bachelor of Business Administration.
Lydia Moser, Perrysburg, Bachelor of Science in Communication.
Madeline Jackson, Perrysburg, Master of Science in Nursing.
Jordan Bringman Perrysburg, Bachelor of Business Administration.
Honor Roll: 04-10-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 10 April 2014 09:18
Otsego Junior High School
Otsego Junior High School has released the names of students who made the third-quarter honor roll.

EIGHTH GRADE - Hailey Asmus, Isabella Bean, Samuel Berry, Calysta Bevier, Isabelle Billnitzer, Seth Davis, Erika Dibartolomeo, Stefani Euler, Christina Gonzalez, Selena Hernandez, Felicity Jinnings, Paige Jones, Jordyn Lenox, Joseph McQuillin, Kersten Pitchford, Andrew Richardson, Leah Rieger, Dominic Serrato, Joshua Shawberry, William Varner, Stone Zimmerman.
SEVENTH GRADE - Montgomery Alexander, Jacob Caris, Maureen Connelly, Mitchell Downs, Madison Dzierwa, Conor Evans, William Gase, Levi Gonyer, Alayna Greenhagen, Hayle Grimmer, Sadie Helberg, Dylan Hillesheim, Corey Hollar, Cheyenne Homanick, Zachary Jones, Blaine Kitchen, Jenna Lewis, Jacob Martinez, Sydney Mazey, Sierra McDonald, Austin Meier, Derek Michaelis, Cristina Morales, Madeline Nell, Seth Pullins, Christopher Schuckers, David Silva, Hunter Smith, Shelbey Spurlock, Kortney Sutter, Connor Tumblin, Brittany Vollmar, Annabella Voska, Jaiden Wichman, Lillian Zimmerman.
Positive Start students contribute to school, community PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 07 April 2014 08:40
(Editor's note: This is the last of a four-day listing of Bowling Green middle school students who were honored.)
The Bowling Green Exchange Club again is recognizing area youth for the good things they've accomplished this past year, in and out of the classroom.
The Exchange Club's Positive Start program asks teachers to honor students who have done something positive. Students must live in the Bowling Green School District and be in grades 7 or 8. The purpose is to honor students who have achieved "to the best of their abilities" to improve the school and community settings.
A luncheon will be held Tuesday at Stone Ridge Golf Club to honor all 59 students who represent Bowling Green Middle School, St. Aloysius Catholic School and Bowling Green Christian Academy.
The following students are among those being honored:
Elle Ross, a BGMS seventh-grader, is a member of the cheerleading team and also participates in band and choir. She has a 4.0 gpa and three times has been awarded Student of the Month. Elle is a demonstrator at Julie's Dance Studio, has earned VIP dance awards as well as first place at her first dance completion. At home she helps take care of her little brother.
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