At the library
HEAP help available
BELLEVUE - Help is to be available at Bellevue Public Library Thursday in completing the Home Energy Assistance Program application. Officials are to answer questions and help with the application form 1-3 p.m. in the meeting room.
Those looking for assistance with the application form should bring recent gas and electric bills, copies of income statements for anyone in the household older than 18 years of age such as pay stubs, tax forms or an award letter from Social Security, and a copy of the birth certificate for the person completing the form, if new to the program.
Registration is preferred, but not required. Call (419) 483-4769 for more information or to register.
Author heading to Fremont
FREMONT - Author Marilyn Johnson is to speak at Birchard Public Library at 7 p.m. April 11 in the main library meeting room. Johnson's book, "This Book is Overdue," is an exploration of the role libraries and librarians play in guiding people through the age of information overload. Her book is available for check out at library locations in Fremont, Gibsonburg, Green Springs and Woodville. For more information, visit www.marilynjohnson.net.
'Daddy Long Legs' to be shown
BLOOMVILLE - Adults can visit Bliss Memorial Public Library at 1 p.m. Thursday to watch the movie "Daddy Long Legs."
Library to offer knitting series
Tiffin-Seneca Public Library is to host a beginners knitting class series. Participants must attend both sessions 1:30-3:30 p.m. April 3 and 10.
The class is to teach how to knit, cast on, purl and bind off while making a small project, such as a washcloth, scarf, iPod cover or headband.
Participants are asked to bring at least 200 yards of yarn. Yarn can be worsted, heavy worsted or bulky, not thin yarn such as DK or sport. Attendees are asked to bring needles that correspond with yarn size. Needle size will be indicated on the yarn wrapper.
The program is free. Class size is limited to 15 people, and registration is required. Register by calling the library at (419) 447-3751 or at the circulation desk.
Bliss to host Toddler Time
BLOOMVILLE - Toddler Time programs have started at Bliss Memorial Public Library. Programs are for children ages 1-3 and consist of short stories, fingerplays, songs and playtime. Toddler Time is 7 p.m. Wednesdays and continue through April. Each child must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. For more information, call (419) 983-4675.
Movie to be shown
BLOOMVILLE - The movie "Marmaduke" is to be shown at 4:30 p.m. Monday at Bliss Memorial Public Library. It is open to all children. A snack and beverage are to be provided.
Storytime being offered
BLOOMVILLE - Preschool storytime has started at Bliss Memorial Public Library. Storytime is for children ages 3-5 and includes playtime, stories, flannelboards and music. Storytime has two sessions, 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays and 11:15 a.m. Wednesdays. Storytime programs continue through April. For more information, call (419) 983-4675 or visit www.blisslibrary.org.
Intra-district applications to be accepted
Tiffin City Schools is to accept new intra-district open enrollment applications during the month of April, effective for the 2011-20 school year. If parents would like their child to attend an elementary school other than their neighborhood school, an application must be completed and approved. Requests are to be approved or denied depending on the size of the class they request.
Parents are to be notified of their application status in mid-June. Continued placement is not guaranteed from one year to the next, and transportation is the parent's responsibility.
Forms can be picked up at the administration building, 244 S. Monroe St., Tiffin, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
For more information, call Carol Coleman at (419) 447-2515.
H-L schedules special meetings
BASCOM - Hopewell-Loudon Board of Education is to have a special meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the distance learning lab.
The regular meeting scheduled for April 13 has been changed to 6:30 p.m. April 19 in the lab. The lab is to be open at 5:30 p.m. for people interested in the progress of the new school construction project.
A special meeting has been scheduled for 7:30 p.m. April 27 in the lab.
Old Fort to have bakery bingo
OLD FORT -Old Fort Elementary School's parent-teacher organization is to have its second annual bakery bingo and basket raffle April 8 in the high school commons. There is to be a drawing for 12 baskets. Food and beverages are to be available at 5:30 p.m. with bakery bingo at 6 p.m.
BC looking for future kindergarteners
NEW WASHINGTON - Buckeye Central Local School District is to have registration of students for kindergarten classes for the 2011-12 school year 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday and 1-6 p.m. Thursday at Buckeye Central Elementary School, 938 S. Kibler St. Parents should bring their child's birth certificate, immunization records, Social Security card and custody and guardianship papers, if applicable. For more information, call (419) 492-2864.
Education funds available
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan announced Ohio will receive $19.5 million to turn around its persistently lowest achieving schools through the School Improvement Grants program. The funds are part of $546 million available to states for the SIG program in fiscal year 2010. In fiscal year 2009, states received a total of $3.5 billion for the SIG program.
"When a school performs in the bottom 5 percent of the state and isn't showing signs of progress or has a graduation rate below 60 percent over a number of years, something dramatic needs to be done," Duncan said in a release. "Turning around our lowest-achieving schools is difficult for everyone but it is critical that we show the courage to do the right thing by kids."
The $19.5 million made available to Ohio is being distributed by formula to the state and then is to be competed out by the state to school districts.
School districts are to apply to the state for the funds in the spring. When a school district applies, it must indicate it will implement one of four school intervention models in each of its persistently lowest-achieving schools for which it receives SIG funds, based on school needs.
All Title 1 schools in school improvement that are not in Tier 1, which includes the persistently lowest performing schools, are put into Tier 3 for the purpose of using SIG funds. All Title 1 schools that are identified in school improvement and as a dropout recovery school are eligible for Tier 3 SIG funds.
Local schools in Tier 3 are Mohawk Elementary School and Fostoria City Schools' Field and Riley elementary schools. Field no longer is used.
Scholarship applications available
BLOOMVILLE - Applications for Bloomville Lions Jim Newlove Scholarship have been sent to area schools' guidance counselors. There are four $750 college scholarships being given to a graduating senior who resides in Bloom Township. The applications need to be returned to Bloomville Lions Club Secretary Dave Zartman by April 30.
The scholarships are funded by donations and the proceeds from the annual Bloomville Lions Club golf scramble. The golf scramble is to be June 4 at Clinton Heights Golf Course. Information about the scramble is available from chairman Brad Scheiber at (419) 447-1981.
Local students can participate in a trip to Columbus Wednesday to meet with state officials, such as Attorney General Mike DeWine and Gov. John Kasich. Officeholders are asked to speak for five to 10 minutes and take questions for five to 10 minutes. Students would need $10 for lunch. Students younger than 18 need their parents' permission and the school's permission. For more information, call (567) 207-6911.
Memorial scholarship to be awarded
Cathy Margraf Scholarship is being offered to high school seniors who are involved in the Seneca County 4-H program and participate in the Seneca County Fair.
The scholarship, to be awarded during the fair, is in honor of Margraf, who lost her battle with cancer in 2005. She was a long time supporter of the 4-H program and its youth.
Applications were distributed to area high schools, including Bellevue, Bettsville, Calvert, Columbian, Fostoria, Hopewell-Loudon, Lakota, Mohawk, New Riegel, Old Fort, Seneca East, St. Wendelin, Clyde and Buckeye Central.
Call Diane Routzahn at (419)448-1369 or Val Hohman at (419) 937-2698 for more information.
Altrusa accepting applications
Altrusa International of Tiffin is accepting applications for scholarships.
The program is open to any Seneca County resident pursuing post-secondary education. The application form is available at Seneca County-area high school guidance offices, online at tiffinaltrusa.com or from any Tiffin Altrusa member. The deadline for submitting an application is April 15.
Funds for Altrusa scholarships and other community service projects come from Altrusa fundraisers including a September bus trip and the annual bridal fair.
Payne, Nickles & Company, CPAs, through The Fund for Huron County, an affiliate of The Community Foundation of Lorain County, again is offering up to two $1,500 scholarships for the 2011-12 academic year. The scholarship is open to fourth- or fifth-year students with accounting majors and is intended to assist the student in meeting the 150-hour requirement to take the CPA exam.
Applicants must be residents of Erie County, Huron County or a contiguous county, have a minimum 2.8 grade point average and complete Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
The deadline for scholarship applications is 5 p.m. May 6. The decision is to be announced in late June.
The firm's offices are located at 422 W. Market St. in Sandusky and 257 Benedict Ave., Building D in Norwalk. Scholarship applications can be picked up at either location or printed from the Payne, Nickles & Company website at www.pncpa.biz. All completed applications should be submitted to Fund for Huron County, P.O. Box 541, Norwalk, OH 44857.
Scholarships to be awarded
The Firelands Chapter OSCPA Scholarship Fund, through The Community Foundation of Lorain County, is offering at least $2,000 in scholarships for the 2011-12 academic year. The scholarship is open to fourth- or fifth-year students with accounting majors and is intended to assist the student in meeting the 150-hour requirement to take the CPA exam.
Applicants must live in Erie County, Huron County, Lorain County or contiguous counties; be a U.S. citizen; have a minimum cumulative overall grade point average of 2.5 and accounting grade point average of 3.0, and other factors such as community and/or professional involvement and financial need are to be considered; complete the application for the Firelands Chapter OSCPA Scholarship Fund Accounting Scholarship; complete Free Application for Federal Student Aid; and be pursuing an accounting degree from an accredited institution of higher education within the U.S.
The deadline for scholarship applications is 5 p.m. May 6. The decision is to be announced in late June.
Applications are available at Payne, Nickles & Co.'s offices located at 422 W. Market St. in Sandusky and 257 Benedict Ave., Building D in Norwalk.
Scholarship applications can be picked up at either location or printed from the Payne, Nickles & Co. website at www.pncpa.biz.All completed applications should be submitted to Payne, Nickles & Company Inc., 257 Benedict Ave., Building D, Norwalk, OH 44857.
ESOL classes to be offered
FREMONT - Adults whose first language is not English can take English for Speakers of Other Languages classes. The free classes are 5:30-7:30 p.m. every Thursday at Technology Center, 1220 Cedar St., Fremont. For more information, call (419) 334-6901, ext. 402.
Middle school honors students
Tiffin Middle School's students of the month for January are Lacy Hemlinger, Tanner Schreiner, Cana Ingalls, Auston Obringer, Clayton Dryfuse, Madison Stephey, Devin Steyer, Julianne Peacock, Erika Shultz, Cody Daniel and Nevin Lantz.
GED testing to be offered
Sentinel Career and Technology Center's Adult Basic Literacy Education/General Educational Development program provides free services for adults. The program offers classes in reading, writing and math for people wanting to improve basic skills for the purpose of understanding materials related to the home, the work place or the community. For those wanting to obtain a GED, classes are offered that prepare students for all components of the GED test and provide test-taking tips.
Students interested in attending ABLE/GED classes before testing must attend a mandatory two-and-a-half-hour orientation session. Orientation is 12:30 p.m. Wednesday and 5:30 p.m. April 13. Classes are 12:30-3 p.m. Monday and Wednesday; 9-11:30 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday; and 5:30-8 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
Sentinel is to offer the GED test April 5 and 6. The test is to be given 4-8 p.m. Test registrants must attend both days. Registration is 3:30 p.m. the first day.
To be eligible to take the GED, a person must submit an application to Columbus or applications may be submitted online. The application must be approved by Ohio Department of Education before testing. The fee is $40.
Spring break is to begin April 18. Classes are to resume April 26. For more information, to register to take the GED test or to sign up for an orientation, call (419) 448-1212, ext. 269.
Several local educators were honored by Northwestern Ohio Education Association.
Karen Beleny, Ann Bowman and Melissa Cleveland, members of Old Fort Local Education Association; Michelle Yeakle, a member of New Riegel Education Association; and Gail Rogier and Andrea Saylors, members of Seneca East Education Association, received the NWOEA Local Service Award.
Mohawk FFA competes
SYCAMORE - March 5, 17 members of Mohawk High School's FFA chapter competed in three different areas at the Marysville Spring Judging Invitational. The poultry judging team placed seventh overall, and Erika Coldiron was 16th, Candace Lease was 22nd, Alex Colich was 48th and Sarah Parker was 89th. Nature and wildlife was two separate contests in which Jordan Needles, Dylan Bland and Levi Edgington competed. In nature, the team placed 15th and in wildlife, the team placed 21st. Seven students competed in general livestock. The team placed 29th with Darby Walton placing 51st. Emily Daniel, Lindsay Daniel, Lydia Coldiron, Michael Sours, Kim Kramer, Lee Vogel and Austin Wise completed the team.
McDermott places seventh
SYCAMORE - One member of the Mohawk FFA chapter competed at the state job interview contest. Sabrina McDermott competed in the freshman division and placed seventh.
McPherson students have perfect attendance
CLYDE - McPherson Middle School students who had perfect attendance in the second trimester are sixth-graders Adam Auxter, Morgan Bannister, Nathan Barnard, Alexander Begley, Derek Beier, Janelle Belcher, Brittany Broadstock, Brooklyn Caudill, Scott Clapp, Haylei Cogar, Madison Cook, Brady Craig, Tanner Davenport, Devin Dearsman, Ryley Dinan, Bree Dowling, Zoe Duke, Robert Elder, Presley Frazier, Jacob Goshe, Christopher Hatlay, Joshua Heishman, Steven Hohenstein, Quinn Huff, Mia Kardotzke, Zachary Keegan, Serenity Keim, Blake Kent, Kaylee Klinski, Melissa Laconis, Dalton Liebold, Franklin Losey, Zachary Marcha, Michael Miller, Caleb Prunty, Jewel Roberts, Megan Smith, Logan Winke and Evan Zaleski; seventh-graders Brenna Adams, Sheldon Arndt, Cody Baker, Jacob Bernard, Emilia Bowers, Austin Clouse, Walker Cooper, Brendan Daniels, Chastity Elkins, Marissa Gill, Joshua Goble, McKenzie Heagney, Briana Hergesheimer, Jane Kardotzke, Lance Kehr II, Brenan LaBenne, Troy Lowery Jr., Miranda McNatt, Devon Murr, Marlayna Ortiz, Connor Perkins, Diana Reynolds, McKaylie Ridley, Antonio Rodriguez, Brendan Ross, Chloe Ruttschaw, Brisa Salinas, Trenton Sprouse, Michael Ware, Brian Wilkerson, Alexis Willis, Mikael Wollenslegel, Jacob Wott and Aaron Zamora; and eighth-graders Conner Avalon, Jason Bagley Jr., Daniel Barrett, Jessica Bowser, Kayla Brown, Alyssa Brutsche, Drake Camarata, Tressa Eberly, Haley Foos, Caleb Frederick, Sarah Gonzalez, Cole Hamilton, Kristen Hermes, Elijah Hillman, Braelynn Johnson, Brooke Kwiatkowski, Anna Leck, Kaitlyn Marcha, Michaela McCowan, Devin Mowry, Davon Nelson, Alexis Peck, Kari Poore, Connor Rettenmund, Nicholas Romeo, Chad Smetzler, Zachary Smetzler, Brooke Smith, Emma Smith, Angelica Sprouse, Patrick Stout, Elizabeth VanDyke, Chelsea Weiker and Mason Wills.
Negotiator to visit Heidelberg
Negotiator, best-selling author and Harvard Law School lecturer Douglas Stone is to visit the Heidelberg University campus April 4 to discuss ways to steer through difficult conversations.
His presentation, based on his New York Times business best-seller, "Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most," is to be at 10 a.m. in Herbster Chapel. The event is free.
Stone is a managing partner and founder of Triad Consulting Group in Cambridge, Mass., and a lecturer on law at Harvard Law School, where he teaches negotiation. His articles about negotiation and conflict resolution have appeared in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and the Boston Globe, as well as in Parents and Real Simple magazines. He has appeared on television and radio shows, including Oprah, and was a keynote speaker at the 2006 World Negotiation Forum in Brazil.
'Berg to host estate planning forum
Heidelberg University is to host an estate planning forum to address financial planning topics at 6:30 p.m. April 7 in Frost Lecture Hall, inside Bareis Hall of Science.
Some of the topics that are to be covered include probate and non-probate descendant's estates compared and contrasted; wills, trust and probate avoidance devices and powers of attorney; health care directives; living wills and Ohio Medicaid eligibility and recapture rules.
Presenters are to be Upper Sandusky attorneys David Bacon and Jessica Moon of Roth & Bacon Attorneys LLC.
There is no charge to attend the forum. To RSVP, contact Karen Pruitt in Office of Institutional Advancement & University Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (419) 448-2384. Parking is available in the Gillmor Science Hall lot. Refreshments are to be provided.
HU to Take Back the Night
Heidelberg University students are to host the annual Take Back the Night event 6-10 p.m. April 8 at the university's Campus Center. Heidelberg Peer Educators, or HoPE, is supporting the nationwide event that seeks to raise awareness of sexual violence and domestic abuse.
The event began in Philadelphia in October 1975 after the murder of a young woman when walking alone. The event spread to Europe, Australia, Canada and India, and by 1977, it took the name of "Take Back the Night." The event now is internationally known as a way for people to stand up against sexual violence.
Heidelberg's event is to feature a resource fair, rally, march, session for men and session for women, and is to conclude with a candlelight vigil. The event is free. T-shirts to support HoPE may be purchased at the event. Child care is to be provided.
TU to host program about trafficking
Tiffin University is to host a free program about "Human Trafficking in Ohio" 1-3 p.m. Wednesday in Chisholm Auditorium.
Members of Northwest Ohio Violent Crimes Against Children Task Force are to present the program, which examines what has become a growing problem and what is being done to combat it.
The program is to feature insights and information from Special Agent James Hardie and Victim Witness Specialist Jenn Meyers from Federal Bureau of Investigation, Special Agent David Pauley of Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation and Detective Peter J. Swartz from Toledo Police Department.
Hardie and Pauley are TU alumni.
More information about the program is available by calling (419) 448-3284.
Small business classes offered
FREMONT - Ohio Small Business Development Center at Terra Community College is offering free, two-hour seminars, "Small Business Basics," that are to answer questions about starting, buying or expanding a small business.
The April schedule is:
9:30-11:30 a.m. April 6 Ottawa County Improvement Corp. conference room, 8043 W. SR 163, Oak Harbor.
9:30-11:30 a.m. April 13 Tiffin Area Chamber of Commerce conference room, 19 W. Market St., Tiffin.
9:30-11:30 a.m. April 20 Erie County Chamber of Commerce conference room, 225 W. Washington Row, Sandusky.
4:30-6:30 p.m. April 27 Terra Community College, Building B, room 101, 2830 Napoleon Road, Fremont.
The events are free. To register or for more information, call Bill Auxter, director of Ohio Small Business Development Center at Terra, at (800) 826-2431 or (419) 559-2210. Or, contact him by e-mail at email@example.com.
H-L grad to perform concert
FINDLAY Ryan Wood, a 2010 graduate of Hopewell-Loudon High School, is to perform in the University of Findlay's jazz ensemble spring concert at 3 p.m. today in Winebrenner Theological Seminary. He is the son of Roger and Charlene Wood of Tiffin. Tickets are available by calling the box office at (419) 434-5335.
Senior Forum to begin
FINDLAY- The University of Findlay's Senior Forum is a six-part, weekly series of learning opportunities for the retired community. The spring 2011 session is to begin Wednesday in Alumni Memorial Union. Discounted session fees are offered for those who pre-register.
The forums, consisting of a variety sessions, are to take place each Wednesday through May 4. Three sessions are to be presented during every forum, one in the morning, one during lunch and one in the afternoon. All sessions are stand-alone and can accommodate any level of involvement.
Attendees may choose to attend single sessions at $4 each, per person or $8 each, per couple. Full-session fees are $65 per person and $125 per couple, and single-session fees are $5 per person and $10 per couple.
A buffet lunch is available for an additional $5 per person, per day. A complimentary coffee and tea bar, along with reserved parking, also are to be available.
The first forum is to feature "Converging In-Sign: What Do You See?" with Carol Elchert, assistant professor of communication at UF, from 10:15-11:30 a.m.
The second program of the day is to feature "Great Decisions: Germany Ascendant" with Stefan Fritsch, assistant political science professor at Bowling Green State University, from noon to 1 p.m.
The third program of the day is to feature "A Visit with Harry (Truman)" with Ken Hammontree, impersonator, from 1:15 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
To obtain a registration form, contact Nancy Leatherman at (419) 434-4672. To register, send the completed form and payment to Leatherman, at the University of Findlay, Office of Academic Affairs, 1000 N. Main St., Findlay OH 45840. Checks should be made payable to the University of Findlay.
For more information, call (419) 422-3560 or (419) 434-4553.
UF to host info. session
FINDLAY- The University of Findlay is to host an online health informatics information session 5-6 p.m. April 5. The online session is free.
John Richey, instructor and director of the health informatics program, is to lead the discussion. Aspects of the health informatics academic program are to be presented, including its mission and goals, program entry requirements and process, prerequisites, curriculum and courses, program progression, professional practice experiences, accreditation status and others.
To participate, users should access the URL, http://bit.ly/ufhiapr11, and follow the online directions provided.
For more information, contact Richey at (419) 434-5594 or visit www.findlay.edu.
Mazza goes to Owens
FINDLAY Owens Community College is hosting the return of the University of Findlay's Mazza Museum to the Findlay-area campus with original illustrations from children's books featuring Mother Goose and friends as the library gallery presents "Mother Goose: Illustrations from the Mazza Museum", Thursday through April 22.
Admission to the gallery is free. Gallery hours are 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Fridays and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays. For more information, call (567) 429-3088 or (800) GO-OWENS, ext. 3088.
FINDLAY Area high school seniors can learn about Owens Community College's educational opportunities during Registration Rocks in March and April.
High school seniors can sign up for any day of Registration Rocks, which is 11:30 a.m.- 5 p.m. on the Findlay-area campus. Attendees should RSVP prior to the event. Registration Rocks dates include Wednesday and April 5, 7, 12, 13, 19 and 21.
For more information or to register, call (567) 429-3509 or (800) GO-OWENS, ext. 3509. Or, visit www.owens.edu and click on the Registration Rocks icon.
Nursing program receives full approval
FINDLAY The Owens Community College registered nursing associate degree program on the Toledo-area and Findlay-area campuses has earned the distinction of receiving full approval from Ohio Board of Nursing for a new five-year term. A full approval is the highest level a nursing education program can achieve from Ohio Board of Nursing. The college's registered nursing program has been approved continuously by Ohio Board of Nursing since 1971.
Terra to award scholarships
FREMONT - The deadline to apply for 2011-12 scholarships at Terra Community College is approaching.
Students are only eligible for scholarships if they apply. To receive priority for fall 2011 awards, students must apply by April 1.
People must submit a completed scholarship application with two references and a completed Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Go to www.fafsa.ed.gov and click "Fill Out Your FAFSA" or call the financial aid office at (419) 559-2344 to ask about upcoming FAFSA workshops.
OWU awards scholarships
DELAWARE - Local students awarded competitive scholarships at Ohio Wesleyan University are Alexandria Digby of Fostoria, a senior at St. Wendelin High School; Andrew Hoover of Tiffin, a senior at Columbian High School; and Falicia Klepatz of Tiffin, a senior at Columbian.
ONU dean's list
ADA - Local students on the Ohio Northern University dean's list are Kaylee Adams, daughter of Barbara Fry of Tiffin and Timothy Adams of Tiffin; Kyle Gilbert, son of Steven and Nancy Gilbert of Tiffin; Alexandria Herman, daughter of Kimberly Herman of Tiffin; Paige Krupp, daughter of Peter Krupp of Tiffin and Annette Krupp of Tiffin; Austin Price, son of Keith and Linda Price of Tiffin; Kelly Racette, daughter of Raymond and Debra Racette of Tiffin; Jordan Reinhart, son of Donald and Sandra Reinhart of Bascom; Kari Reinhart, daughter of Kenneth and Julie Reinhart of Alvada; Samantha Riedlinger, daughter of Steven and Joann Riedlinger of Sycamore; Michelle Seislove, daughter of Ronald and Marilyn Seislove of Tiffin; Cody Siebenaller, son of Joel and Susan Siebenaller of Fostoria; Erica Thatcher, daughter of Kenneth and Janis Rumschlag of Tiffin; and Mallory Warman, daughter of Cheryl Kenna of Tiffin and Cameron Warman of Indiana.
Hurwitz attends conference
ASHLAND - Aaron Hurwitz of Tiffin was one of five Ashland University students who attended the Alpha Phi Sigma International Conference and the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences annual meeting in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He also is a member of Students For Liberty at AU.
Hurwitz is the son of Steven and Kathy Hurwitz of Tiffin.
NORTH CANTON - Colleen Traxler of Tiffin was inducted into Walsh University's newly formed chapter of Sigma Zeta National Science and Mathematics Society.
Akron dean's list
AKRON - Local students on the dean's list at the University of Akron are Joseph Diehm, Attica; Reuben Auck, Michael Hess and David Walsh, Bloomville; Jordan Duncan, Fostoria; Leah Miller and Chelsea Wolpert, Republic; and Catherine Demith, Catherine Genet, Raina King and Lindsey Pardi, Tiffin.
Thomas M. Cooley Law School lists
LANSING, Mich. - Ryan Good of Hesperia, Mich., and formerly of Tiffin, is on the dean's list and honor roll at Thomas M. Cooley Law School.
WTTF back on FM dial
Tiffin Broadcasting has purchased an FM translator at 93.3, and WTTF's AM broadcasts are simulcast there. Listeners also can hear broadcasts online, 24 hours a day and seven days a week, at www.wttf.com.
WTTF now is housed at Heidelberg University.
Students involved at AU
ASHLAND - Tosha Fox of Carey and Whitney Tschanen of Sycamore are members of Nursing Christian Fellowship at Ashland University.