Cardington-Lincoln Elementary School students participate in ‘Fall Harvest Days’


Michael Follin, right, story teller and presenter for the Ohio Historic Society, has his listeners’ attention when he presented a program at Fall Harvest Day at Cardington-Lincoln Elementary School.


Cardington-Lincoln Elementary School students, grades K-4, enjoyed a day of varied activities when they observed the annual Fall Harvest Day.

Presenting programs were Amanda Kriner from The Gorman Nature Center, bringing animals relative to Ohio; and Michael Follin, story teller, who has worked in schools as an Ohio Arts Council resident artist and as a presenter and head of distance learning for the Ohio Historic Society. The Cardington

FFA assisted students playing on the putt putt golf course; helped them learn how cider is made and they assisted with supervising the hay ride.

Wagons for the hay ride were provided by the Smith family.

Concluding the day’s fun was a performance by the Cardington-Lincoln High School Marching Band.

Organizing the event were faculty and staff members: Scohy, Gardner, Weaston, Ruehrmund, Levings, Burson, Anders, Carter, Beery, Free and Hardwick.

Michael Follin, right, story teller and presenter for the Ohio Historic Society,
has his listeners’ attention when he presented a program at Fall Harvest Day
at Cardington-Lincoln Elementary School.
http://morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_Michael-Follin-story-teller-elementary-students-listenng.jpgMichael Follin, right, story teller and presenter for the Ohio Historic Society,
has his listeners’ attention when he presented a program at Fall Harvest Day
at Cardington-Lincoln Elementary School.
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