|Education Briefs: 09-28-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 28 September 2013 07:18|
Elmwood Community Choir forms for Christmas concert
JERRY CITY - The Elmwood Community Choir will be assembling for its 17th annual Christmas Concert.
This year the choir will present the cantata "Appalachian Winter" by Joseph Martin.
All area singers are welcome to join.
Rehearsals begin Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Elmwood High School choir room.
The performance is set for Dec. 1 at 7 p.m. in the Elmwood Community Center auditorium.
The event is sponsored by the North Baltimore Area Cooperative Ministries and is under the direction of Dean Bell.
College Fair at PHS
PERRYSBURG - The Northern Wood County College Fair will be held Thursday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Perrysburg High School.
Students can receive information from a variety of colleges and universities. Several schools will offer information sessions throughout the fair.
Nearly 50 universities are scheduled to attend.
Bowling Green, Eastwood, Lake, Northwood, Otsego and Rossford high schools are joining Perrysburg to create the Ohio Association for College Admission Counseling-approved fair.
PHS boosters holds first-ever mattress sale
PERRYSBURG - Perrysburg Orchestra Boosters will hold its first Mattress Fundraising Sale from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 5 at Perrysburg High School Commons.
Name-brand mattress sets will be sold at 30- to 60-percent below retail prices. These are all top quality mattresses with full factory warranties in all sizes and price ranges. Delivery is available. Floor models will be displayed at the high school for one day only.
"The orchestra is very excited for the upcoming mattress sale," stated Mick Smith, PHS orchestra director. "It is a fundraising concept that is new to Northwest Ohio and has the potential to raise a lot of money for the orchestra program. One great aspect of this sale is that we are not asking the students to actually sell any products. Our only job is to get the word out to the community and encourage people to just stop in on the day of the sale and check it out."
Eastwood Teen Institute sends message to fellow students: Stay Alive: Don't Text and Drive
PEMBERVILLE - Eastwood students involved with Teen Institute, a youth-led organization promoting healthy living, spent their recent meeting placing a banner in front of Eastwood High School to try to change a behavior that far too many teens (and adults) engage in: texting and driving.
According to textinganddrivingsafety.com, a person is 23 times more likely to get into an automobile accident if they are texting while driving. Teen Institute, in collaboration with the Wood County Educational Service Center, is hoping that public awareness of the dangers involved with distracted driving will make people put down their phones and focus on the road.
The banner says "Stay Alive Don't Text and Drive."
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