Lange School gets spruced up for the year
Despite clouds and threats of rain, over 150 people attended the annual Lange Work Day and Picnic on Saturday, Aug 22. They included Rotarians, Lange parents, incoming Lange Kindergartners, community members and members of the Oakwood City Schools faculty and staff.
Volunteers mulched, weeded, trimmed, pruned, planted, clipped, and watered. People provided their horticultural skills to turn long-forgotten flower beds into works of art, painting skills were put to the test to make the building and equipment look brand new and sheer determination was displayed in “spades” when mountains of mulch were moved throughout the property.
Additional recognition goes to The Oakwood Florist for their generous donation of mums used to beautify the Lange grounds. The energy and commitment of all the participants provided the needed “sunshine” on an otherwise cloudy day.
After the work was completed, new friendships were made and old friendships renewed while attendees enjoyed a picnic lunch of expertly grilled hotdogs, potato chips, carrot sticks and, of course ice cream.
Thanks to all for making the
Lange Workday 2009
such a success!!
Sam Andrews Hall of Honor luncheon Sept. 17
The Sam Andrews Educational Hall of Honor luncheon and induction ceremony will be held on Thursday, September 17, 2009. The following persons will be inducted: Mrs. Pamela Lahman, who taught at Harman Elementary School from 1973-1981 and E.D. Smith Elementary School from 1981-2003. Mrs. Lahman resides in Huron, Ohio; Mr. Lester Steinlage, who taught mathematics at Oakwood High School from 1972-1995. Mr. Steinlage resides in Englewood, Ohio.
A luncheon will be held at The Mandalay Banquet Center at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 17, where the inductees, as well as previous recipients of the award, will be honored. The public is invited to attend the luncheon (cost is $16.50).
To make reservations for the luncheon, please call or email Sandy Maresh at the Board Office at (937) 297-5332 or email@example.com by Wednesday, Sept. 9.