NBHS Fall 2016 Homecoming Court Photos & Bios

The North Baltimore Homecoming will take place from October 10th through October 14th this year. Here are the photos and bios of the King and Queen Candidates, along with the Homecoming Court.

The North Baltimore Homecoming will take place from October 10th through October 14th this year. Here are the photos and bios of the King and Queen Candidates, along with the Homecoming Court.

 

 

Freshmen Attendants:

Freshman - Levi-Gazarek
Freshman – Levi Gazarek

Levi Gazarek is the son of Marty and Holly Gazarek. He enjoys playing football, basketball, and baseball for NBHS. In his spare time, he loves hanging out with family and friends. Levi also enjoys making artwork and jogging and running distance.

Freshman - Brennin Gray-DuVall
Freshman – Brennin Gray-DuVall

Brennin Gray-DuVall is the daughter of Holli Gray-Luring, Jeremy Luring, and John DuVall. Brennin participates in track, quiz bowl, marching band, and golf here at NBHS. In her free time she enjoys volunteering because she loves helping others, as well as art and drawing. She plans on continuing her volunteer efforts in the future with more of a focus on helping the elderly and people with special needs. Brennin also plans to travel to a third world country while in high school for a mission trip.

Sophomore Attendants:

Sophomore - Bryant Matthes
Sophomore – Bryant Matthes

Bryant Matthes is the son of Matt and Arica Matthes. He plays football, basketball, and baseball here at NBHS.  Outside of school, he enjoys spending time with friends and family, especially his Great Grandpa Kidd and Grandpa Bankey who he works with on the farm.

Sophomore Cristina Morales
Sophomore Cristina Morales

Cristina Morales is the daughter of Zailett Morales and Richard Morales. Cristina participates in cheerleading and track, as well as student council and the community service group, Paws for a Cause. Outside of school she enjoys spending time with family and friends.

Junior Attendants:

Junior - Giovanni Greco
Junior – Giovanni Greco

Giovanni Greco is the son of Christy Greco and Nicholas Greco. He plays football here at NBHS. In his free time, he enjoys sleeping, eating, spending time with friends and family, and being outside.

Junior Hailey Powell
Junior – Hailey Powell

Hailey Powell is the daughter of Charlotte Powell. She is a member of cheerleading, the Toledo Rugby team, and the marching band. In the past, she has also participated in volleyball, track, and basketball. Hailey was also a Rotary Exchange student to New Zealand in 2015.

 

Senior Candidates:

Senior - Aurelian Greeno
Senior – Aurelian Greeno

Aurelian Greeno is the son of Heather and Troy Greeno. Here at NBHS, Aurelian is president of Paws for a Cause and Senior Class Vice President. He is also an active member of Quiz Bowl, Art Club, iWrite, and Drama Club. In the future, he plans on attending The Ohio State University to pursue a degree in astrophysics.

Senior - Cassidy Hisser
Senior – Cassidy Hisser

Cassidy Hiser is the daughter of Julie and Garry Hiser. She stays very busy here at NBHS where she is a member of the volleyball, basketball, and track teams, as well as a member of Paws for a Cause, and President of Student Council. Outside of school she participates in Glamour Gals, where she helps at a nursing home. In her free time, Cassidy enjoys spending time with friends and family. Upon graduation, Cassidy plans on attending BGSU to study education.

Senior - Haylee Hopple
Senior – Haylee Hopple

Haylee Hopple is the daughter of Sarah and Daniel Hopple. Haylee plays volleyball and softball here at NBHS. She is also a matmaid and plays on a travel softball team called the Blackhawks.  In her spare time, she enjoys hanging out with friends and her boyfriend Lance. Upon graduation, Haylee plans to go to college to become a corrections officer, with the hopes of one day becoming a judge.

Senior - Makayla Light
Senior – Makayla Light

Makayla Light is the daughter of Aaron Butch and Kelly Light. Makayla plays softball, volleyball, and basketball here at NBHS. She is also a member of Paws for a Cause, secretary of student council, and participates in the Glamour Gals Organization. After graduation, she hopes to attend The University of Toledo for pharmacy.

Senior - Noah Brian
Senior – Noah Brian

Noah Brian is the son of Rob and Shelley Brian. At North Baltimore, he participates in basketball, football, and track. In his spare time, he enjoys hanging out with friends, riding dirt bikes and four wheelers, and spending time with his girlfriend and family. After graduation, his plans are to attend The University of Findlay to major in communications.

Senior - Tanner Gray-DuVall
Senior – Tanner Gray-DuVall

Tanner Gray-Duvall is the son of Holli and Jeremy Gray-Luring and John DuVall. Here at NBHS, Tanner is involved in the marching, jazz, and pep band. He is also an active member of the golf team, Paws for a Cause, and Quiz Bowl. He has been taking post-secondary classes at BGSU since his sophomore year of high school. In his spare time, Tanner enjoys art, music, photography, reading, learning German, hanging out with friends, and playing video games. In the future, he plans to attend BGSU to study pre-med, then go to med school to become a plastic surgeon. Tanner also hopes to take a year in college to study in Austria.

2015 Queen and King:

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2015 King Alex Nichols & Queen Kenzie Carles

Last year’s queen, Kenzie Carles is the daughter of Ty and Kathy Carles. Kenzie is currently a student at BGSU were she is pursuing a degree in business, with a specialization in marketing. She works at the Wood County Hospital in registration and likes to spend her extra time with friends and family. She is honored to be walking across the field for the third time, this time to crown the new queen.

The 2015 Homecoming King was Alex Nichols. He is the Son of Mike and Nicki Nichols and Ted and Teresa Francisco. Alex is currently serving our county in the US Army and is stationed in Pensacola FL, where he is studying military intelligence, and has applied for airborne school. His brothers, Chase, Grady, and Cole are representing him since he cannot be here today. Chase graduated from NB in 2014 and now works at Sunbelt Rental in Findlay. Grady is in 1st grade at Powell Elementary and loves spending time with his brothers and helping his dad at the fire hall. Cole is 3 years old and his favorite things are trains, dinosaurs, swimming, and mowing the yard with daddy.

Thank you Alex for your service to our country!

Prince and Princess: Kindergarten Attendants: 

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Macie Baltz is the daughter of Nate and Mandy Baltz.  She has two sisters, Morgan and Kyleigh, and enjoys playing outside, swimming, and playing with her dogs.  Macie’s favorite color is purple, and when she grows up she wants to be a teacher just like Mrs. Teynor.

Landon Roberts is the son of Matthew Roberts and Nicole Buchanan.  He has two siblings, Carson and Brooklyn Roberts. Landon’s favorite color is green, and he loves riding his bike and playing Batman.  When Landon grows up, he either wants to be a firefighter or Batman.

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Back/Top row Seniors: Cassidy Hiser, Noah Brian, Aurelian Greeno, Makayla Light, Tanner Gray-DuVall, Haylee Hopple;  Front/Bottom row: Freshmen: Brennin Gray-DuVall, Levi Gazarek,  Juniors: Hailey Powell, Giovanni Greco    Sophomores: Cristina Morales, Bryant Matthes

Previously posted info:

The theme for the 2016 Fall Homecoming is Board Games! Each grade has a different board game to decorate their float with. Seniors have Candyland; juniors have Monopoly; sophomores have Life; freshmen Trouble; 8th grade was assigned Clue, and 7th grade has Sorry!

Spirit days started on Monday, October 10th with Pajama day. On Tuesday, students and staff will dress up by participating in teacher/student swap day. For Wednesday, the theme is “what NOT to wear”. On Thursday, NB will dress up as their favorite superhero or super villain. Then as usual, the week will end with Tiger Spirit Day on Friday as the school shows their spirit in hopes that the Tigers defeat Leipsic.

Also during this week each class, 7th through 12th grade, will participate in The Battle of the Classes by doing different activities such as tug of war during the pep rally.

The annual Powder Puff game has been scheduled for Wednesday, October 12th at 7 p.m. at the football field, with the bonfire following. Practice for powder puff will be before the game Wednesday at 6 p.m.

Parade lineup will be Friday, October 14th at 4:45 in front of Powell, with step off at 5:30. Come out and support your NB Tigers and court!

The Homecoming dance will be held on October 15th from 7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. in the auditeria. All students 9-12 grade are encouraged to attend. Cost is $5 and tickets can be purchased at the door. Please wear your formal attire.

Here is a link to last year’s homecoming:  Homecoming Fall 2015 Photo Gallery

Fire Prevention Week – Every smoke alarm has an expiration date: What’s yours?

The North Baltimore Volunteer Fire Department urges all NB residents to know how old their smoke alarms are, and to replace them every 10 years

Every smoke alarm has an expiration date: What’s yours?

The North Baltimore Volunteer Fire Department urges all NB residents to know how old their smoke alarms are, and to replace them every 10 years

Does your home have a smoke alarm? According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), the answer is likely yes: NFPA research shows that most American homes have at least one. But do you know how old your smoke alarms are? If you’re like most people, you’re probably not so sure.

A recent survey conducted by NFPA revealed that only a small percentage of people know how old their smoke alarms are, or how often they need to be replaced. That lack of awareness is a concern for all NBFD and NFPA, along with fire departments throughout the country, because smoke alarms don’t last forever.

NFPA 72, National Fire Alarm Code®, requires smoke alarms be replaced at least every 10 years, but because the public is generally unaware of this requirement, many homes have smoke alarms past their expiration date, putting people at increased risk.

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As the official sponsor of Fire Prevention Week for more than 90 years, NFPA is promoting this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, “Don’t Wait – Check the Date! Replace Smoke Alarms Every 10 Years,” to better educate the public about the critical importance of knowing how old their smoke alarms are and replacing them once they’re 10 years old. Fire Prevention Week is October 9-15, 2016.

To find out how old your smoke alarm is and its expiration date, simply look on the back of the alarm where the date of manufacture is marked. The smoke alarm should be replaced 10 years from that date (not the date of purchase). The NB Fire Department also says smoke alarms should be tested monthly, and that batteries should be replaced once a year or when they begin to chirp, signaling that they’re running low.

For more information on smoke alarms and this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, “Don’t Wait: Check the Date! Replace Smoke Alarms Every 10 Years”, visit www.firepreventionweek.org.

NB Middle School DC TRIP FUNDRAISER INFO

NB Community:

As you may be aware, we have a need for financial support for the Washington, DC trip. The cost of this will be over $700/student. To help us with this expense, we have a very important fundraiser that began Thursday, October 6. In order for us to reach our goal of $10,000 ($100/student), your participation in this fundraiser is critical.

NB Community:

As you may be aware, we have a need for financial support for the Washington, DC trip. The cost of this will be over $700/student. To help us with this expense, we have a very important fundraiser that began Thursday, October 6. In order for us to reach our goal of $10,000 ($100/student), your participation in this fundraiser is critical.

We have partnered with Century Resources, a 35-year leader in the fundraising industry, to help us make this effort a huge success. They have proven fundraising programs that annually help over 3,000 groups raise millions in profit.

FUNDRAISER INFORMATION:

100% of the profit goes directly to our group! If either of the 7th grader or 8th grade groups sell 550 items as a group by the end of the sale they will earn a pizza party.

– Out-of-town family and friends can order too! Start making your list now! –go online to www.centuryresources.com   our group id is: 47475

Collect money with the order, no money = no order. Checks should be made out to: NBMS

ORDERS MUST BE TURNED IN BY OCTOBER 20, 2016

Delivery will be the week of November 14-18, 2016. As soon as we know the specific date from Century Resources we will let you know.

As always, I want to thank you for your continued support of our trip for these students. This fundraiser will allow us to continue building our program to achieve excellent results.

Arica Matthes NORTH BALTIMORE MS DC TRIP

(419) 257-3464 amatthes@nbls.org

October Home Checklist and Inspections

Leisa Zeigler, a lifelong resident of Northwest Ohio and Realtor since 2004 has been serving clients in Findlay and surrounding communities for many years.

She offers these basic tips for getting ready for a NW Ohio Winter! Following these 13 clean up routines inside and outside your home helps prepare your home for a change in the weather……….

Leisa Zeigler, a lifelong resident of Northwest Ohio and Realtor since 2004 has been serving clients in Findlay and surrounding communities for many years. She offers these basic tips for getting ready for a NW Ohio Winter!

October Home Checklist and Inspections

Following these 13 clean up routines inside and outside your home helps prepare your home for a change in the weather……….

  • Replace filters or wash permanent ones in heating system
  • Change batteries in carbon monoxide and smoke detectors
  • Reset programmable thermostat
  • Clean and inspect gutters and downspouts
  • Clean and store outdoor furniture and decorations
  • Wash window glass, frames and sill
  • Clean out weep-holes in sliders and change screen to storm panel
  • Wash storm door frame and replace storm panels
  • Remove portable air conditioner unit
  • Clean and store lawn equipment and tools
  • Winterize sprinkler system and drain and turn off outdoor water spigots
  • Plant spring flowering bulbs
  • Clean up fallen leaves, pine needles etc. from lawn and garden beds, build up soil with slow-release fertilizer and mulch plants for winter protection.

“Let Leisa List It!”

Leisa Zeigler, REALTOR
ERA Geyer Noakes Realty Group
Call or Text: 419.350.1406
E-mail: leisa.zeigler@era.com   
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NB Cross Country Results 10/8/16

The North Baltimore Schools Cross Country teams competed in the Fostoria Booster Invitational this past Saturday, here are the NB results:

The North Baltimore Schools Cross Country teams competed in the Fostoria Booster Invitational this past Saturday, here are the NB results:

submitted by Suzanne Bucher

High School Boys CC Results

NB finished 11th out of 16 teams

HS Boys Times – 5K, 3.1 miles

167 Total Runners

28th – Noah Pelton, 18:29

55th – Levi Trout, 19:25

84th – Wyatt Mowery, 20:07

85th – Aaron Fisher, 20:09

102nd – Aiden Gore, 20:57

120th – Kyle Gerdeman, 21:45

Noah Hetrick – DNR

Zeth Johnson – DNR

High School Girls CC Results

NB finished 13th out of 15 teams

HS Girls Times – 5K, 3.1 miles

158 Total Runners

59th – Sydnee Smith, 23:40

77th – Lydia Hartman, 24:39

78th – Rachel Crouse, 24:47

79th – Katie Dewulf, 24:49

134th – Gabby Kepling, 28:37

DNR – Marina Kimmel

Jr High Boys CC Results

NB – not a full team

Jr High Boys Times – 2 miles

116 Total Runners

48th – Jordan Kimmel, 14:04

88th – Alex Trout, 15:56

Jr High Girls CC Results

NB – not a full team

Jr High Girls Times – 2 miles

76 Total Runners

15th – Caitlin Schwartz, 14:08 (medalist)

73rd – Lucy Trout, 21:48

BVC Football Stats & Standings Week 7

The Blanchard Valley Conference has released the Week 7 Football Stats & Standings.

The Blanchard Valley Conference has released the Week 7 Football Stats & Standings.

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WLWL
MCCOMB5061
ARLINGTON4152
LEIPSIC4152
LIBERTY-BENTON4152
VAN BUREN4152
NORTH BALTIMORE2334
CORY-RAWSON2325
PANDORA-GILBOA2325
RIVERDALE1434
HOPEWELL-LOUDON1425
VANLUE1425
ARCADIA0507

 

WEEK 7 Results
Van Buren59Cory-Rawson14
Arcadia14Hopewell-Loudon72
Vanlue6Leipsic41
Pandora-Gilboa13Liberty-Benton37
Riverdale7McComb56
Arlington49North Baltimore6
WEEK 8 Schedule
RiverdaleArcadia
Liberty-BentonArlington
Van BurenMcComb
LeipsicNorth Baltimore
Hopewell-LoudonPandora-Gilboa
Cory-RawsonVanlue
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NB Council Committee of the Whole Agenda – Oct. 11

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
October 11, 2016
AGENDA
5:30 PM

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
October 11, 2016
AGENDA
5:30 PM

I. Public Safety Committee. Art Patterson Chair, Rich Rose and Rick Van Mooy members.

II. Call to order at 5:30 PM for the Public Utilities Committee. Rick Van Mooy Chair, Ty Carles and Leslee Thompson members.

Wastewater Plant Update
1. Final completion/punch list
2. Grand Opening 10-28-16 at 2:00 PM

III. Finance and Technology Committee. Holly Emahiser Chair, Rich Rose and Art Patterson members

IV. Call to order at 5:45 PM Public Works Committee. Ty Carles Chair, Rick Van Mooy and Art Patterson members.

1) Discussion on Brush Policy
2) Discussion on signage in the Village
3) Update on Catch Basin Cleaning

V. Call to order at 6:00 PM Economic and Community Development Committee. Leslee Thompson Chair, Ty Carles and Holly Emahiser members.

1) Presentation from the Committee on Aging of Wood County

VI. The Personnel, Policy and Ordinance Review Committee. Rich Rose Chair, Leslee Thompson and Holly Emahiser members.

VII. Mayor’s Items

VIII. Tree Commission