|Education Briefs: 10-31-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 31 October 2013 09:00|
Eastwood club members offer to clean area yards
PEMBERVILLE - The Eastwood Key Club will be offering free yard clean-ups for any Eastwood School District resident with a need for these services. Students will rake leaves and do any other light work requested.
The students will call back to schedule a time to come over and clean the yard.
Marketing and business focus of student event at BGSU
More than 500 high school students visited Bowling Green State University Oct. 23 to learn more about business and marketing.
The High School Business and Marketing Leadership Experience is designed both for students and their teachers. Sessions for students covered a number of topics, from selecting the right college to how to build a great team and what it takes to do business successfully in other cultures.
The keynote speakers were Jim Boswell, director of financial planning and analysis for Marco's Franchising, and Anthony Miller, store manager at Men's Wearhouse.
PHS DECA wins logo contest
During the month of September, Perrysburg Commons Retirement Center along with the Perrysburg Township Fire Department, held a contest to name the fire department's new kid's spray trailer for their safety program.
There were more than 50 entries, and many of the Perrysburg area schools participated in the contest, with the winning class being the DECA class from Perrysburg High School.
The winning name, Blaze, was announced at The Commons fall festival. The class also designed a logo that has been placed on the kid's spray trailer.
The DECA class and Perrysburg Commons will be teaming up on future events in the Perrysburg area with the next event to be a "Route 20 Chili Cook-off" being planned sometime in February for businesses located on Fremont Pike.
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