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Riverview hosting Spring Craft Show

Ottawa County Riverview HealthCare Campus, on State Route 163 near Oak Harbor, will be hosting its 7th Annual “Swing into Spring” Craft Show on Saturday, April 5, 9-3 p.m.

Nearly 40 Vendors from four counties will have items for sale including wooden doll furniture; crocheted item; nautical quilted bags, aprons and purses; Mary Kay items; beach glass jewelry; Bright and Bouncy hairbows and tutu outfits; customized baby onesies; Scentsy candles, warmers and lotions; Vault designer jeans; hand woven rugs; handmade greeting cards; quilt racks; outdoor decorations; beaded jewelry; quilts and table runners; customized clothing; polar fleece items; swags; florals; computer services; Easter candies, jams and jellies; custom made pillows; Tupperware; spring ruffled scarves; infant layette sets and Faberge-style egg art.

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Thank you from the Hammer family

We wish to thank everyone for their support and donations of the Kyler Hammer Chicken Barbecue Benefit. Especially want to thank Batdorff Real Estate and all associates and spouses for all their help in selling tickets as well as their help in serving and making it a successful day and event. Your efforts are very much appreciated!

Kyler is working very hard with his therapy to make us proud and he is such a blessing. We will need extra prayers for his surgery to be successful and quick recovery in May.  He definitely is a fighter.  God bless everyone.

Nick, Megan, & Kyler Hammer
Dean Hammer
Bernie & Gene Hammer

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Innovative Middle School teaching and learning at B-C-S

Pictured above, left to right, are award winning athletes Bryce Buderer, Cooper Hicks, Jeremy Balboa, Ben Petersen and Andrea Cecil, along with Coach Tom Kontak and Director of Athletics Drew Grahl.

At its March 18 meeting, the Benton-Carroll-Salem Board of Education heard first hand from students and teachers at Oak Harbor Middle School about innovations that increase student achievement, highlighting how teaching and learning continue to evolve using technology. 

Language arts teacher Mr. Kelly Croy and some of his students discussed how students are able to get peer feedback on their presentations using a secure online platform. Science teacher Mr. Aaron Bomer and his students explained how he is able to provide immediate feedback to his students using online software to ensure that students stay on the right track when doing school work after school and on weekends. OHMS Principal Mrs. Marie Wittman explained how student-led conferences piloted by Mr. Kyle O’Neill this school year have increased and enriched the level of parent involvement in their child’s education.

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