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Thank you Mike and Ginger Schenk

25-11-2014 Hits:88 Sound Off  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Thank you Mike and Ginger Schenk

Stein Hospice would like to thank Mike and Ginger Schenk, the Catawba Island Club and all those who have joined us for one of the events benefiting Stein Hospice patients...

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USA Today’s names Magee Marsh Best Birdw…

24-11-2014 Hits:137 Ottawa Outdoors  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

USA Today’s names Magee Marsh Best Birdwatching Area

Black throated blue warbler by Brian Zwiebel USA Today’s 10Best Readers' Choice travel award contest asked people to select from a long list of birdwatching areas and select their favorite. After...

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Marblehead VFW Danbury Football Banquet

23-11-2014 Hits:258 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Marblehead VFW Danbury Football Banquet

By John Kozak Row 1: James Dorko outstanding back & Shay Rickard sportsmanship award.  Row 2: Bryan Dudash Danbury head football coach, Bob Peroni Commander Marblehead VFW & Drew Davie Danbury...

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Danbury suffers setback versus St. Mary CC

Danbury suffers setback versus St. Mary CC

By Yaneek Smith

 After starting the season 1-1 and playing competitively in each of their first two contests, the Danbury Lakers fell 56-0 to St. Mary Central Catholic in non-conference action to fall to 1-2.

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Drumming at Otterbein North Shore

 

Otterbein North Shore, in keeping with its mission of embracing a whole-person wellness philosophy, has added a new dimension to the community – drum circles.  Recently three employees became certified HealthRHYTHMS facilitators, trained in recreational Empowerment Drumming, an evidence-based therapeutic approach to wellness based upon an emerging discipline called Rhythmacology.

 

At Otterbein North Shore the drum empowerment sessions elicited immediate interest and enjoyment from the residents. Participants smiled throughout the session and wanted to know “when can we do this again?”  Drumming is now offered monthly, with full participation. Resident Janet Clark commented, “When we’re drumming there’s a smile on everyone’s face!”  Joe Williams, who plays the banjo, said he comes because he enjoys music and the association with other people.

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