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B-C-S Schools “Coffee Connections” to feature new OHHS principal

Treasurer Tim Coffman and Superintendent Guy Parmigian introduced "Coffee Connections" to the citizens of Benton-Carroll-Salem School District as a new and informal opportunity for citizens to introduce themselves, chat, ask questions, and learn more about the B-C-S school system and where we are heading. There is no cost to attend, and no reservations are necessary. Bring yourself (and friend/s if you would like), get your favorite beverage, and pull up a chair for some good conversation with the leaders of B-C-S. 

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B-C-S Board honors retirees and names new teachers

From left to right: one of the new OHHS band uniforms (hanging on shelf) purchased with private donations from the community (thank you!); persons pictured are Board members Steve Rhodes and Jeff Dornbusch with OHHS student and FFA District 1 President Micah Mensing, B-C-S Board President Jamie Tooman, Board member Heather Dewitz, FFA teacher/advisor Krysteena Brown, and Board member Kim Dusseau.

The Benton-Carroll-Salem School District Board of Education met on May 27, with a retirement celebration for our retiring certified and classified staff.   The meeting opened with a reception.  Each retiree was honored by being presented with a rose plant from the Board of Education. 

The B-C-S staff who were being honored were:  Mrs. Cindy Bringman, Bus Driver, Mrs. Michele Boussalia, High School French Teacher, Mrs. Lynn Brownell, Reading Teacher, Mrs. Joy Ceraldi, First Grade Teacher, Mrs. Connie Milbrodt, Custodian, Mrs. Annette Nordlund, Family & Consumer Sciences Teacher, Mr. Bill Rauch, Custodian, Mrs. Nancy Siefke, T.E.A.M. Teacher, Mrs. Laura Ulery, Spanish Teacher, and Mr. Bob VanHorn, Art Teacher.  

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Downtown Oak Harbor Farmers’ Market

The first Downtown Oak Harbor Farmers’ Market of the season will be held on Saturday. June 28, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Log Cabin Park on North Church Street. Along with farm fresh produce, farm market vendors can also provide quality poultry products, fresh baked goods, herbs, fresh cut flowers, all types of plants, fruit, cider, handmade crafts, garden décor, antiques, art, music, jewelry and gourmet food items. 

There is still vendor space available. Those interested in being a vendor should call the Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce at 419-898-0479 for more information or visit the chamber of commerce website for an application at oakharborohio.net.

 

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