Sat 2/9 @ Continental, 6:00
Fotos by Ferg from Arcadia in The Jungle
Sat 2/9 @ Continental, 6:00
Fotos by Ferg from Arcadia in The Jungle
Inductees: Ricci Emahiser (Softball), Brittany Lee (Track & Field), and Mike Roach (Basketball).
February 8, 2019 will be North Baltimore’s Sports Hall of Fame Dedication before the Boys’ Varsity Basketball game vs Van Buren High School in The Jungle.
All current members of the North Baltimore High School Sports Hall of Fame are invited to attend the induction ceremony as we celebrate the new inductees’ accomplishments.
The inductees this year are Ricci Emahiser (Softball), Brittany Lee (Track & Field), and Mike Roach (Basketball).
Here is the latest version of basketball stats for the BVC Girls Basketball season:
Part of the ‘Living Through Loss’ Series at Blanchard Valley Hospital….
The February presentation of the “Living through Loss” series will be held on Monday, February 18 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. and titled “Taking Care of You.” This presentation will take place in the Marathon Auditorium at Blanchard Valley Hospital located at 1900 South Main Street in Findlay.
“Taking Care of You” will offer the bereaved an opportunity to learn about and enjoy methods of self-care such as relaxing massage therapy, aromatherapy, mindfulness and music, humor and even “mood-lifting” desserts. During grief, many individuals find it difficult to prioritize their care, leading to burnout, exhaustion and even increased illness. This presentation will allow attendees to experience forms of self-care as well as become equipped with tools to perform self-care acts at home to avoid physical, mental or spiritual illness.
This presentation will be led by Ashley Jacobus, licensed professional counselor and registered yoga teacher. Ashley is a certified adult trauma professional and will discuss how grief impacts the physical, mental and emotional self. Ashley is also the executive director of Sunshine Institute where she teaches individuals of all ages how to balance the mind and body through physical activities and behavioral modifications.
“Living Through Loss” is a nine-month educational series that focuses on the issues surrounding the death of a loved one. Each monthly presentation is open to the public and registration is not required. Presentations provide information related to the grief process, offer opportunities for discussion and are held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Marathon Auditorium at Blanchard Valley Hospital. Although the thought of speaking up in a group can be intimidating, many attendees find the discussion helpful as they discover their questions and concerns are similar to others. A bereavement expert is available to speak with attendees in private following the presentation.
This series is sponsored by Bridge Home Health and Hospice. For questions, to learn upcoming dates or to have a full program brochure sent to you, please contact the Bridge bereavement coordinator at 419.423.5351 or email email@example.com.
Individual Wrestling (March 7-9) Girls Basketball (March 14-16) Boys Basketball (March 21-23)
COLUMBUS, Ohio – All-session tickets for the upcoming Ohio High School Athletic Association girls and boys basketball state tournaments go on sale Friday, February 8, at 10 a.m. Tickets will be available atwww.Ticketmaster.com (search OHSAA) or via phone at 1-800-GOBUCKS. Tickets will also be available at the Schottenstein Center ticket office.
The OHSAA girls basketball state tournament is March 14-16 and the boys basketball state tournament is March 21-23.
Tickets for the OHSAA’s wrestling state tournaments are already on sale. The dual team wrestling state tournament is Sunday, Feb. 10, at St. John Arena, while the individual wrestling state tournament is March 7-9 at the Schottenstein Center.
Basketball Group Ticket Options Available
Beginning Feb. 8, groups of 10 or more can purchase tickets at a special price to any session of the girls or boys basketball state tournaments. Call 1-800-GOBUCKS (select Option 2) or email AthleticSales@osu.edu for more information, or visit www.OHSAA.org/TheSchott.
Girls Basketball Championship Saturday Clinic and Special Offers
A basketball skills clinic for girls and boys in grades 4 through 8 will take place at the Schottenstein Center on Saturday morning, March 16. The clinic includes a t-shirt and a light breakfast and a ticket for the first girls state championship game for $35. A ticket package that includes the clinic and all four championship games is also available. Check out www.OHSAA.org/TheSchott for details.
Boys Basketball “Center Court Club” Tickets
During the boys basketball state tournament, tickets are available in the Center Court Club, which is located very close to the court and gives fans the opportunity to remain in the arena between sessions in a special hospitality area. Center Court Club tickets cost $45 per game, or $498 for an all-session ticket.
2019 Individual Wrestling (March 7-9)
All-session tickets went on sale Jan. 25. All-session tickets are $75 each for the Entry and Club Levels and $55 each for the Terrace Level. Individual session tickets go on sale March 4 at 10 a.m. Tickets are $15 each.
2019 Girls Basketball (March 14-16)
All-session tickets and individual session tickets go on sale Feb. 8 at 10 a.m. All-session tickets are $64 each. Single-session tickets are $10 each. All tickets are in the Entry and Club Levels of the Schottenstein Center.
2019 Boys Basketball (March 21-23)
All-sessions go on sale Feb. 8 at 10 a.m. All-session tickets in the Entry and Club Level are $144 each. All-session tickets in the Terrace Level are $96 each. Individual session tickets go on sale March 18 at 10 a.m. Tickets cost $20 per session for the Entry and Club Levels and $15 for the Terrace Level.
New this year, the boys basketball state semifinals will be doubleheader sessions, which include two games in one session, similar to the format of the girls basketball state tournament. Details are posted at:https://bit.ly/2PHHIRX
Schottenstein Center Suites
Fans interested in watching a state tournament from a suite inside the Schottenstein Center can contact Justin Doyle at firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing and availability.
The following documents will need to be submitted at the Board Office:
Registration for all incoming kindergarten students who will be 5 on or before August 1, 2018 will begin on March 1, 2019. Registration should be completed by May 1, 2019 so parents can participate in several important events before school starts.
Official birth certificate two (2) proofs of residency original social security card complete immunization records custody paperwork (if applicable) parent driver’s license or state-issued I.D. card
There will be a mandatory parent meeting April 16, 2019 at either 5:00 or 6:00 pm. No children are needed at this meeting. You can sign up for this at the board office when dropping off documents.
Kindergarten screening will take place August 6, 2019 from 1:00-5:00pm and August 7, 2019 from 9:00 am–1:00 pm. These are scheduled in 20 min slots and can be signed up for at the Board Office.
If you have any questions, please call Kelly West at the NB Board Office – 419-257-3531.
Huge swing in temperatures provide prime conditions for potholes
COLUMBUS – We’ve gone from sub-zero temperatures to highs near 60 degrees in parts of Ohio within just a few days. Mix in some rain and snow and conditions are perfect for the formation of potholes.
Potholes are a common nuisance, particularly during the winter season when the freeze/thaw cycle weakens the pavement. This happens when water seeps into cracks in the pavement, then expands as it freezes. When temperatures warm up, and the ice melts, the pavement contracts, allowing even more moisture in to freeze and thaw. Add traffic on top and the pavement will eventually fail, creating a pothole. Roadways with a high volume of traffic are particularly prone to pothole formation.
Not only should drivers be extra alert for potholes over the next several days, but also our crews working to fill them.
“Our crews have been working around the clock to ensure our roads are as safe as possible,” said Ohio Department of Transportation Director Jack Marchbanks. “When they aren’t spending twelve-hours in a truck plowing snow, they’re working on the roadway patching potholes.”
Already this winter, ODOT has used 2,574 tons of asphalt to repair potholes. That’s up from 1,892 tons at the same time last year. Our crews have spent more than 39,000 hours – equivalent to 70 years – patching potholes this winter.
Potholes on ODOT-maintained roadways, which include state and U.S. routes outside of municipalities and all interstates, can be reported by clicking here. Potholes on local roadways should be reported to the agency responsible for their maintenance.