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Euchre tourney to benefit Marbletown Festival 2014
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Sunday, April 20, 2014 8:00 PM

Delphos VFW Post 3035 will host a Euchre Triathlon at 1 p.m. Saturday to benefit Marbletown Festival 2014.

Sign up for the three tournaments begins at noon.

 
Letter carriers set annual food drive
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Sunday, April 20, 2014 8:00 PM

On May 10, the National Association of Letter Carriers will hold its 22nd annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive and once again the carriers at the Delphos Post Office will be participating.

Approximately 50 million people in this country live in homes that lack sufficient food to feed them, with one in three being a child. A lot of those people live right here in Delphos and that number increases every year.

 
Jennings students focus on self-sustaining energy
Written by Stephanie Groves   
Sunday, April 20, 2014 8:00 PM
Fort Jennings Environmental Science students have been busy with a variety of eco-friendly projects this year, including creating and placing signage indicating the common and Latin names for the evergreen, shade and ornamental trees located in the lab and on the school property. Pictured from the left is Chad Wurst, Austin Kehres, Lexi Heitmeyer (kneeling) and Cabby Clippinger placing a signage at a Norway Spruce Tree. (Delphos Herald/Stephanie Groves)

BY STEPHANIE GROVES

Staff Writer

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FORT JENNINGS — Jeff Jostpille’s Environmental Sciences students have had their hands full with a variety of eco-friendly projects in the past few years, including implementing a windmill, solar panels and installing a 1,000-gallon water tank in their STEM building. In the near future, three new solar panels will be up and running providing self-sustaining free energy in the Mary Lou Altenburger Outdoor Science Lab.

“The windmill creates enough energy to run the electric for lighting the STEM building as well as charging the battery-operated water pump,” Jostpille explained.

 
Ottoville Land Lab tagged Monarch Waystation
Written by Stephanie Groves   
Sunday, April 20, 2014 8:00 PM
Ottoville High School’s Environmental Science class recently held a soil core testing activity outside close to the prairie plots planted in the Land Lab last year. Pictured in front from left is Lyndsay Wannemacher and teacher Susan Jones; and back, Megan Schnipke, Lexi Wannemacher, Morgan Beining, Luke Schimmoeller and Emma Eickholt. (Delphos Herald/Stephanie Groves)

BY STEPHANIE GROVES

Staff Writer

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OTTOVILLE — In Susan Jones’ Environmental Science Class, Ottoville High School seniors and juniors have been working diligently on continuing with the school’s Land Lab projects as well as covering a myriad of educational topics exploring the environment.

This year, the school was awarded a certificate of appreciation as a Monarch Waystation providing milkweeds, nectar plants and shelter for Monarchs throughout their annual cycle of reproduction and migrations. Monarch Watch recognized the students’ efforts with their ongoing conservation effort to create a habitat conducive to Monarch butterflies.

 
Optimists offer annual Easter egg hunt
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Sunday, April 20, 2014 8:00 PM
The Delphos Optimist and Junior Optimist Clubs sponsored an Easter egg hunt Saturday at Stadium Park. Kids ranging from 2-9 years of age scrambled as fast as they could to gather as many of the colorful plastic eggs which contained candy or a ticket to use to claim a prize stuffed inside of it. (Delphos Herald/Stephanie Groves)
 
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