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Nov 3, 2016
Garden clubs release flower show winners
Four Seasons” Oct. 10 in the art hall at the Fairfield County Fair.
The Carroll Community Garden Club was the host for the Basil, Bremen, Faithful Gardeners, Lithopolis and Pickerington garden clubs. These clubs are members of the Ohio Association of Garden Clubs. Jean Moore, of Minford and an OAGC accredited flower show judge, judged the show. The show included education exhibits by the host club. Hoffman’s Flowers of Baltimore displayed a commercial exhibit.
Mary Warga of the Faithful Gardeners Garden Club won the artistic best of show for her summer: Fourth of July, illuminating design. Nancy Collins of the Pickerington Garden Club won the judge’s award of distinction for her spring: A Day in the Garden abstract design using garden tools. Judy Karcher of the Rambling Designers Garden Club won miniature best of show for her fall traditional design. The horticulture best of show was a dahlia grown by Jeff Green of Lancaster. The junior’s best of show was the fall picture frame of dried items by Hannah Lecrone of Mystical Junior Gardeners Garden Club, Bremen.
Spring, High School Prom, Stairway To The Stars, Vertical Manner
First Place: Debbie Molisee, Carroll Community
Second Place: Toni Warner, Faithful Gardeners
Third Place: Jackie Cooperrider, Basil
Summer, Disney, Tea with a Princess, Table Expedition
... (Lancaster Eagle Gazette)May 3, 2016
Ted Cruz presses the flesh at Bravo Cafe in Osceola in day before Indiana presidential primary
Trump nomination would turn off a lot of conservatives.
“I have a lot of reservations,” said.
Another woman, Brenda Miller, of Bremen, also expressed concerns with Trump, but said she would still vote for him in the general election if it comes to that.
“I would have to. I don’t want Hillary or Bernie,” Miller said.
Pantelis Ftergiotis, a 17-year-old student at Penn High School, joined five other family members at at a table at the cafe.
“He’s a very strict conservative and I truly like that,” Ftergiotis said.
As soon as Cruz headed outside, the capacity crowd dispersed, leaving many tables to be cleaned up and a sense of satisfaction for the restaurant owners.
“It was great for business, but our customers more than anything were happier to have them in the community,” said John Limberopoulos, who co-owns the family restaurant with his brother, George.
He said he was contacted by the Cruz campaign staff Saturday night.
“This was an opportunity for us to do something for our customers,” he said. “We were offered the opportunity and we had to jump on it.”
... (The Elkhart Truth)Feb 3, 2016
High school wrestling: Plymouth rocks its ways to title
Plymouth Sectional championship Saturday at Plymouth.
Plymouth racked up 219 1/2 points, easily outpacing runner-up Culver Military's 155 1/2, and Bremen's third-place 155. The Rockies finished with four weight-class champions and a pair of runners-up and will send 11 wrestlers to next Saturday's regional at Rochester. The top four places in each weight class advance to the regional round.
Plymouth junior Micah Calhoun improved to 30-3 and captured the title at 152 pounds with a sudden-victory 4-2 win over Bremen's Alex Bollenbacher. Freshman Fernando Rebollo (126) and sophomore Nate LaFree (195) were the other Plymouth champions, with senior Bodie Neidig (145) and junior Colten Schuler (170) finishing as runners-up.
Bremen had two sectional title winners. Senior Mitchell Moore, who picked up a 13-5 major decision over Schulter at 170 pounds, and junior Tyler Moser, a 4-2 overtime winner over Warsaw's Andrew Brock at 220.
CMA freshman Spencer Penrose grabbed a 7-3 decision over Gustavo Cartajena of Warsaw at 106 for a sectional title and was joined by his sophomore teammate Adam Davis, who won a 5-0 contest with Triton's Malachi Green to claim the 120-pound title.
Wawasee, which finished in fourth place overall at 148 points, had a pair of title winners — Braxton Alexander... (South Bend Tribune)Feb 3, 2016
Local roundup: Dasia Evans, Rich South put another win on boards
Beecher 59, Donovan 43: Sam Pilbeam (16 points) and Taylor Johnson (15) propelled Beecher (20-7, 10-0 RVC).
Oak Forest 47, Bremen 18: Taylor Sterkowitz put in 12 points for Oak Forest (19-3, 10-0 SSC Blue).
Mother McAuley 70, Hillcrest 45: Caitlin Jendacek netted 16 points and Grace Hynes added 13 for McAuley (14-10).
Lincoln-Way North 76, Thornwood 24: Lanie Hicks (20 points) and Lauren Hunter (16 points, 10 rebounds) sparked North (21-2, 10-0 SWSC Red).
Lincoln-Way East 64, Joliet West 30: Anna Rose (16 points) guided East (18-6, 7-3 SWSC Blue).
Thornton 45, Andrew 43: Alexis Rias (7 rebounds) scored 13 points and Nicole Lewis made the winning 3-pointer for Thornton (6-13, 3-7 SWSC Red).
Rich East 48, Kankakee 32: Jordan Towery totaled 18 points and Carmari Lloyd grabbed 10 rebounds for Rich East (21-5, 7-1 Southland).
Bradley-Bourbonnais 62, Lincoln-Way West 40: Stephanie Athanasoulis (14 points) led West (17-4, 7-3 SWSC Red).
Richards 54, Oak Lawn 41: Sydni Tears racked up 25 points for Richards (14-4, 7-3 SSC Red).
Lincoln-Way Central 53, Thornridge 44: Colleen Barrett (15 points) and Rebecca Gorman (14) powered Central (12-13, 7-3 SWSC Red).
Chicago Christian 44, Guerin 36: Cheyenne Slager had 12 points for Chicago Christian (5-19, 5-4 MSC East).
Sandburg 57, Lockport 29: Jessica Merino had 14 points for Sandburg (11-15, 2-7 SWSC Blue).
Reavis 64, Shepard 55: Natalie Dudek (20 points, 5 rebounds, 4 steals) and Kelly Lo Russo (12 points, 6 rebounds) boosted Reavis (13-11, 6-3 SSC Red).
Tinley Park 41, Crete-Monee 21: Jake Koepke (120 pounds), Ceaser Clark (152) and Eric Schultz (195) were among the winners for Tinley Park (21-5).
South Suburban 93, Olive-Harvey 80: Jovan Mooring (38 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists) lifted South Suburban (21-2).
Lewis 88, Illinois Springfield 80 (2 OT): Miles Simelton (33 points) and Kyle Nelson (22 points, 10 rebounds) starred for Lewis (14-6, 6-4 GLVC East).
Moraine Valley 84, Prairie State 72: Ermias Nega (29 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists) and Tommy Demogerontas (24 points, 14 rebounds) led Moraine (10-12, 4-3 Illinois Skyway).
Lewis 63, Illinois Springfield 41: Mariyah Brawner-Henley compiled 26 points and 14 rebounds for Lewis (19-1, 10-0 GLVC East).
Charity game: South Suburban's men's and women's basketball teams will host a Coaches vs. Cancer Day and Community Day on Saturday at the school, 15800 S. State St., South Holland. The women's team plays Kankakee at 1 p.m., followed by the men's game against Indiana Elite Academy at 3 p.m. All proceeds for the games and raffles will go to the American Cancer Society, which also will be accepting donations during the games.
Freelance writer Josh Krockey contributed to this story.
... (Chicago Tribune)Jan 8, 2016
Danceworks, 1661 N. Water St., Milwaukee. $20 adult, $15 student, senior.
Karen Beaumont Organ Performer:4 p.m. Jan. 10, St. Casimir Church, 2600 N. Bremen St., Milwaukee. Free.
(Lake Country Now)