OHHS presents Thoroughly Modern Millie

March 18-20, Oak Harbor High School performed Thoroughly Modern Millie, a story set in the 1920s.

Directing the performance was Ellen Tucker with vocal direction by Russ Exlos-Raber. Choreography was done by Paula and McKinnel Ferguson.

Starring in the performance were: Katie Wirkner as Millie Dillmount, Aidan Callahan as Jimmy Smith, McKinnel Ferguson as Ruth, Marykayla Lawrence as Gloria, Celia DeTray as Rita, Erika Warnke as Alice, Abby Eoff as Lucille, Sophia Ferguson as Ethel Peas, Lydia Dupont as Mrs. Meers, Kennedy Preston as Miss Dorothy Brown, Ethan Berlin as Ching Ho, Jacob Smith as Bun Foo, Anna Babcock as Miss Flannery, Trent McKinney as Mr. Trevor Graydon, Mackenzie Auger as Muzzy Van Hossmere, Sara Barney as Dorothy Parker, Chris Gaeth as George Gershwin, Sophia Ferguson as Lady in Red, Joshua Lowe as Policeman and Sara Poiry as Mama.


Oak Harbor Kindergartners correspond with the President

During the month of February, kindergartners in Mr. Buckman’s class started working on a letter writing unit. Students learned the parts of a letter, how to write two to three sentences using capitals and punctuation, and finally the process of mailing a letter or postcard. During this time each student was asked to send a Journey Journal to someone in a different state where the recipient would write a short message about themselves and send a postcard from their location.


Oak Harbor Development Group receives donation

L to R: Valerie Winterfield-Executive Director-Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce/ OHDG Committee Member, Marilyn Sandwisch-OHDG Committee Member, Bob Vogel-OHDG Committee Member, Chuck Stolz-Member of Oak Harbor Rotary Club/ OHDG Committee Member, Bill Eberle-OHDG Committee Member, Randy Genzman-Village Administrator-Village of Oak Harbor/OHDG Committee Member & Dot Priesman-OHDG Committee Member.

The Oak Harbor Development Group is currently working on a project for new playground equipment and other upgrades to the Tot Lot at Veteran’s Park this year. They have already applied for grants, and in meeting with local community groups, The Oak Harbor Lions Club challenged the Oak Harbor Rotary Club to make a donation, stating that they would match whatever donation the Rotary Club gives. The Oak Harbor Rotary Club accepted their challenge and donated $500 towards the playground project.

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