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Kasich in town for Fish Ohio

Gov. John Kasich kicked off the 34th Governor’s Fish Ohio Day by joining anglers for a day of fishing on Lake Erie Wednesday morning. Fish Ohio Day promotes the positive impacts of Lake Erie sport fishing and tourism on the region’s economy. Ohio has an $800 million sport fishery industry and a $10 billion tourist industry. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources’ Division of Wildlife was a sponsor of Fish Ohio Day as well as Lake Erie Shores and Islands-West and the Lake Erie Charter Boat Association. Nineteen charter boats participated in the event this year.
ODNR Director James Zehringer joined the governor in fishing on Lake Erie today. Zehringer reinforced that Lake Erie is not only important to northern Ohio, but to the entire state. He shared that Lake Erie fisheries have been sustained for decades, and Kasich and ODNR are committed to ensuring Ohio’s fisheries are sustainable for the future.

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iPads available at library

Thanks to the Friends of the Ida Rupp Public Library, guests will be able to sign out an iPad for use inside the facility beginning Monday, July 16. Three iPads were purchased for adult use with funding from the Friends and are loaded with apps and ready to be explored.
We are very excited to bring you this new 4G technology and will be offering classes in how to use iPads on July 17 and July 23. Call to register at 419-732-3212.
Look for in-house iPads for children and teens to be available in the next few weeks.

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ICS gets new fourth grade teacher

Jaclyn Turinsky Brown will be the fourth grade teacher at Immaculate Conception Parish School.  Brown has her Bachelor of Education from the University of Toledo, Elementary Education 1-8 with a mathematics concentration. She received her Master of Education from Bowling Green State University in classroom technology and has 9-plus years teaching experience. Brown
Brown was listed on the Dean’s list all semesters of college studies, was a Golden Key National Honor Society member and an Ohio Council Teacher of Mathematics member. She was also a coach for girl’s varsity basketball, eighth grade girl’s volleyball and basketball coach. She describes herself as a practicing Catholic, enjoys being around children in and out of the classroom and strives to be a positive influence in a child’s life.
Brown lives with her husband, Tyler, and their two children Lia and Maci in Marblehead.

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