Youth Briefs: 6-16

Maciejewski, Hannewald at BBS
Joshua Maciejewski, the son of Daniel and Priscilla Maciejewski, of Perrysburg, has been selected as a
delegate to Buckeye Boys State.
He attends St. Francis De Sales High School in Toledo. His activities include quiz bowl, the Toledo
Opera, fencing, musicals and the chorus.
He is being sponsored by First District Sons of American Legion.
Michael Hannewald, a junior at Otsego High School, has been selected as a Buckeye Boys State delegate by
Grand Rapids American Legion Post 232.
He is a member of the National Honor Society and the national FFA band, and has earned an Eagle Scout
award through Boy Scouts.
He also has a state FFA degree and FFA public speaking awards.
Buckeye Boys State is being held on the Bowling Green State University campus.
Perrysburg post will hear about ?state? experiences from boys, girls
PERRYSBURG ? Student delegates to Buckeye Boys State and Buckeye Girls State will speak to Perrysburg
American Legion Post 28 about their experiences.
The meeting is June 22 at 8 p.m. in the Schaller Memorial Building, 130 W. Indiana Ave.
Go back in time with Wolcott camp
MAUMEE ? Wolcott Days History Day Camp for Children will be held June 23-26.
The camp, sponsored by the Maumee Valley Historical Society, is for children going into third to sixth
grades.
Sessions include pioneer chores, Native American Indian days, old-fashioned food and fun and
old-fashioned school days.
There is a morning session, from 10 a.m. to noon, or afternoon, from 1 to 3 p.m. The cost is $10 per
session, or $8 for historical society members.
The Wolcott House Museum grounds is located at 1035 River Road. For more information call (419) 893-9602
or visit www.wolcotthouse.org
BG youth attends Sight Center camp
TOLEDO ? The Sight Center of Northwest Ohio will be holding a summer residential camp for youth who are
blind and visually impaired at the University of Toledo this week.
The summer camp, funded by the St. Marguerite D?Youville Foundation, will provide instruction and
practice in daily living skills; orientation and mobility/white cane training; assistive technology
training; and recreational opportunities for students who are severely visually impaired ages 14-18.
This is the only summer camp for adolescents who are blind or visually impaired in northwest Ohio.
A Bowling Green youth is participating this year.
Kids can make a ?Super Supper?
PERRYSBURG ? Is there a picky eater in the house, or a child who dreams of one day becoming a chef?
At Super Suppers kids have fun making kid-friendly entrées for the family at their Kids in the Kitchen
days.
Classes are available for children from 4 to 12 years old. They will make friends and food with kids
their own age, while learning about health and safety in the kitchen.
June?s theme is Summer Safari, where kids will learn how to make healthy snacks like Baboon Bananas and
Roaring Lion Dip with Crackers, take home a fun fact and recipe booklet, and make entrées to take home.

Super Suppers also offers different formats for holidays, like Dinners for Dads to celebrate Father?s
Day, birthday parties, school field trips and fundraisers.
Super Suppers is located in HarborTown Place Shopping Center. Call (419) 872-MEAL (6325) for more
information.