For many hunters, spring in Ohio brings the unmistakable sound of gobbling wild turkeys and Ohio’s annual hunt of this popular game bird. The 2014 Ohio spring hunting season opened Monday, April 21, with the youth wild turkey season on Saturday and Sunday, April 19-20. The youth turkey hunters finally had a good weekend of weather for a change and although the breeding season is a tad behind thanks to late arrival of spring, the birds are actively breeding now.
As the 2013-2014 school year draws to a close, once again I’m reminded of the message I shared with the TRCC Staff seven years ago when I became superintendent of the Career Center: ”It’s amazing how much can be accomplished when no one cares who gets the credit.” This is a quote from John Wooden, former UCLA basketball coach, and it certainly fits the transformation we have seen at Tri-Rivers.
Have you seen a child swinging on a swing with almost desperate focus, rocking madly, tapping repeatedly on any surface, banging her head against a wall and screaming, letting out sharp noises, humming softly to herself, wearing diapers in elementary school, not making eye contact, needing more personal space, or solving math problems at great speed? Any one of these children could be autistic.
April is here and so is the fishing season. Unfortunately, Mother Nature has caused us to have a late start to the season, but with warmer temperatures planned for the week along with some warm rain coming, expect the area lakes to start to warm up fast.
Who loves to read, show miniature horses, garden with her grandmother, and help her mom check her mom’s grades? Who inspired her aunt to work for a Masters degree in Occupational Therapy? Who looks just like your children but needs thirty seconds more? Abby, a joyous little nine-year old who happens to have Downs Syndrome.Many of these children need therapy to learn how to use muscles, even the tongue. Abby has speech apraxia. Early intervention included speech therapy but al...
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