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Buckeye Valley Lady Barons Soccer To Kick For The Cure

Buckeye Valley Kicking Children’s Cancer!

 


 
Join the Buckeye Valley Junior Varsity and Varsity Lady Barron Soccer teams so you can make a difference for children and families battling pediatric cancer.

The Buckeye Valley Lady Barons are donating all the proceeds from the Kick for The Cure soccer game against Jonathan Alder on Monday, September 29, 2015 to The Lampstrong Foundation, www.lampstrong.com. This foundation is a nonprofit founded by Columbus Crew and The Ohio State University Goalkeeper, Matt Lampson. Matt is a Stage IV Hodgkins Lymphoma Survivor.

The mission the the Lampstong Foundation is to provide financial, emotional and motivational support to cancer patients and their families and recognize the kids effected by this disease. The children supported by the foundation are recognized and honored as Lampstong Heros.

This past year The Lampstrong Foundation honored Junior, Buckeye Valley Lady Baron Anna Cox, a Hodgkins Lympoma survivor as a Lampstrong Hero.

Help support children like Anna by attending this game. The Junior Varsity team kicks off at 5:00pm and Varsity at 7:00pm. Additional ways to support this great cause during the game are purchasing bake sale goodies, a 50/50 raffle, t-shirt sales and purchasing concession items.

Enjoy a night out with family and friends for a great cause. Join Us for Kick For The Cure!

If you would like more information on the event, offering items for the raffle or donating, contact Jeff Cox at 898-430-4005

Source: Press Release
 

Music In Motion 5K Run/Walk September 6, 2014

The Delaware Music Boosters will host the sixth annual Music in Motion 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, September 6, at the campground area of Delaware State Park. Registrations are open online at www.active.com/delaware-oh/running/distance-running-races/music-in-motion-5k-2014. Runners and walkers who prefer to register using a paper form can find them during open hours at the Second Sole, the YMCA, or by visiting the Music Boosters table at the Main Street Delaware Farmers’ Market on any Saturday before the race date.

The entry fee is $25, or $30 on the day of the race. Same-day registration will be held from 7 to 7:30 a.m., the race will start at 8:00 a.m., and awards and raffle prizes will be distributed at 9:00 a.m. All participants receive a race t-shirt, and awards will be given for overall female, overall male, and first place male and female in each age bracket. Race packet pick-up starts at 7 a.m. on September 6th.

The Music Boosters, a 501c3 organization, supports the performing music programs at all eight Delaware City Schools. Performances of the 4th through12th grade orchestras, 5th through 12th grade bands, and 5th through 12th grade choirs are free and open to the public, with the exception of the marching band at Hayes football games, which are subject to the standard OHSAA high school athletics admission prices.

For more information about the Delaware Music Boosters, please visit our Facebook page or www.delawaremusic.org.

Left to right: 2013 runners Gabe Haferman, Jane Boyer, and Owen Boyer. Photo Credit Rod Alsup

Left to right: 2013 runners Gabe Haferman, Jane Boyer, and Owen Boyer. Photo Credit Rod Alsup

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Left to right: 2013 overall winners Chris Fink and Annette Schwartz. Photo Credit Rod Alsup.

Willis to Perform Sleeping Beauty May 15, 16 & 17, 2014

The Willis Intermediate School Drama Club is opening the grand curtain to Sleeping Beauty Jr. on May 15th and 16th at 6:30 along with two shows on the May 17th at 2:00 and 5:00.

Pam Beery is the director of the show and she has been the in charge of Willis’ Drama Department  for 31 years. “It’s the classic story of Sleeping Beauty like the one told through the Disney Movie,” Beery said.

Even though performing a musical takes a ton of work the students do get a bonding experiences. “I like how when we make mistakes everyone laughs it off,”  Sophia Hance said. Hance is a 5th grader at Willis who is performing as Princess Aurora in the Briar Rose cast.

Theater is not only about acting and singing though, one of the main reasons a show can be performed is the work done by the student director and crew.” You can still participate, but you don’t have to be on stage, like stage crew,” said the Student Director Nicole Klabus.

Tickets for all shows can be purchased on May 12th and 13th during their open dress rehearsals starting at 3 o’clock or bought before the show in front of the auditorium. The price for tickets are $3.00 for Adult and $2.00 for Students and Seniors.

Run Willis, Run!

On April 26, 5th and 6th graders with their families will be running, walking, and jogging the 5k route at the YMCA in Delaware to help raise money for their school.

The fundraiser is not only a great way to help Willis, but it’s also helps family and friends connect . “We were trying to come up with a fundraiser for the school that also created family involvement” said Heidi Kegley, the principal of Willis Intermediate School. “…something that was going to bring our community and families together for an event which was for a good cause.”

 The 5k will  help the students at Willis by allowing the purchase of iPads and laptops, along will helping Family Promise. “Family Promise is a group that works with families in Delaware that are homeless [by] providing shelter and housing to them as well as job training.” Kegley said.

Willis has held this event for 3 years with the help of Delaware City Schools, the YMCA, and the Delaware City Police Department. The race starts at 8 A.M. on the 26th of April at the YMCA, but if someone can’t attend they can still help by doing a sleep-in. “So you basically pay your money you get your T-shirt but you choose to sleep in and not come to the event.” said Kegley.

The price for the event is $20 per participant and there is as $50 maximum per family.

If anyone would like to sign up for the race information can be found on the Delaware City Schools website or by calling Willis Intermediate Middle School at (740)833-1700.

Big Walnut High School Presents The Musical “Grease,” February 20-22

greaseJoin the Big Walnut High School Drama Department for their winter musical, Grease. Tickets are available only at the door the night of the performance but can be reserved by filling out the request below.

  • Performance dates are February 20, 21 and 22, 2014.
  • Doors open at 7:00 p.m. and performance starts promptly at 7:30 p.m. each night.

Those with reservations can pay for tickets at the “Reservations and Tickets” table in the hallway outside the auditorium.

Special Note: Reserved seating will be designated inside the auditorium. This reserved seating is “open” and on a first-come basis.

Click for  Reserve Tickets

Chief Master Sergeant Richard A. Halsell Memorial Drill Competition Saturday, February 15th, 2014

Delaware County Air Force Junior ROTC, based at Hayes High School, will host the Chief Master Sergeant Richard A. Halsell Memorial Drill Competition on Saturday, February 15th, 2014, at Hayes.

The opening ceremony will begin at 8:00 AM with presentation of the Colors in the main gym of Hayes High School.

The first drill competitions will commence at 8:30 AM.

Events include Armed (using replica rifles) and Unarmed drill routines, Armed and Unarmed exhibition drill routines, Color Guard Drill routines, and Inspection Team Competition.  Competition will continue until about 2:30 PM.

We hope to attract competitors from Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Michigan, and Kentucky, as well as from across Ohio.  12 teams are expected to enter.

The public is welcome and there is no admission charge.  Food and drinks will be available for purchase during the competition.