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Andrew David Demshok, Sept. 29, 1922-April 10, 2013

Andrew David Demshok, 90, of Oak Harbor, died early Wednesday morning, April 10, at his son's residence with his loving family by his side. Andrew was born September 29, 1922, in Belle Valley, Ohio, to George P. and Mary M. (Kauffman) Demshok.  

Funeral Mass was celebrated on April 11 at St. Boniface Catholic Church, 215 Church St., Oak Harbor. Interment followed in Roose Cemetery, Oak Harbor, with military graveside services conducted. Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.walkerfuneralhomes.com.

Marjorie Eleanor Fish, Sept. 19, 1932-April 8, 2013

Marjorie Eleanor Fish, 80, of Oak Ridge, TN, and formerly of Lakeside & Oak Harbor, OH, passed away Monday, April 8, at Riverview Healthcare Campus, Oak Harbor. Marjorie was born on September 19, 1932, in Cleveland, the daughter of Oren and Mary (Underwood) Fish Jr.  

Funeral services were April 11in the Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory, Port Clinton. Burial was in Sackett Cemetery, Marblehead. Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.walkerfuneralhomes.com.

Dinosaur Day for ICS first grade

Wednesday was Dinosaur Day for Mrs. Rita McNutt’s first graders at Immaculate Conception School.  It was a day full of hands on learning about the prehistoric beasts of the past.  The children visited several stations that allowed them to explore, experience, and create.

Joe Nguyen looks for fossils (AKA chocolate chips) from the depths

of his cookie.

There was a clay station that allowed the students to make fossils with plastic dinosaurs.  The class ate like dinosaurs as they enjoyed beef jerky, broccoli, cauliflower, and celery stalks and peanut butter.  Each young paleontologist was given a chocolate chip cookie, a toothpick, and a small paint brush to carefully remove “fossils” or chocolate chips from the cookie- a tedious and precise process. The students each were given dinosaur activity books that incorporated many areas of learning, such as math, spelling, reading, and writing, with the dinosaur theme. At the conclusion of the day,  Mr. Gregory Fox entertained the class with song.

Danbury Community Garden

If you live in an apartment or have no space for a garden, the Danbury Community Garden offers the opportunity to have your own plot. Plots are available for individuals, or as a summer projects for a Scout groups, church group, or youth group to grow produce for the Danbury Food Pantry.  

The Danbury Community Garden is located behind (and sponsored by) St. Paul Lutheran Church, 541 Church Road, Lakeside-Marblehead.  You can pick the size of your plot, large or small.  Planting of seeds such as beans, squash, pumpkins and melons should be done by the end of April if possible.  The ground is plowed and ready to plant.  A water source is nearby.  Bring your own seeds.  Some garden tools are available. 

For more information or to reserve a plot, call 419-734-1662.

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