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Published: 4/24/2013 - Updated: 1 year ago


Community day presentations

Sixth grade students researched Toledo to create a brochure for the city during a community day presentation at Timberstone High School. The seven presenters, from local businesses and government, spoke to classes for 20 minutes each about their topics. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW.

Urban resource conservationist Cheryl Rice had made small bags with gummy worms, chocolate pie crust and other edible foods to mimic soil samples for her lesson. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Urban resource conservationist Cheryl Rice had made small bags with gummy worms, chocolate pie crust and other edible foods to ...
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Semira Neely, 12, left, and Elisha Quinn, 11, center, sifted through their edible soil sample together Enlarge | Buy This Photo Semira Neely, 12, left, and Elisha Quinn, 11, center, sifted through their edible soil sample together
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Urban resource conservationist Cheryl Rice, center, fields questions posed by students. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Urban resource conservationist Cheryl Rice, center, fields questions posed by students.
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Lawrence Ruffin, 12, left, and Braden Schwallie, 12, right, sift through their edible soil sample. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Lawrence Ruffin, 12, left, and Braden Schwallie, 12, right, sift through their edible soil sample.
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Keith Webb, center, fielded questions about bike safety. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Keith Webb, center, fielded questions about bike safety.
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Manager of community relations Cheri Pastula, left, spoke to sixth graders about working for the Toledo Mud Hens and 5/3 Field. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Manager of community relations Cheri Pastula, left, spoke to sixth graders about working for the Toledo Mud Hens and 5/3 ...
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Amani Al-Sharari, 12, center, raises her hand in answer to a question about newspapers posed during a presentation. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Amani Al-Sharari, 12, center, raises her hand in answer to a question about newspapers posed during a presentation.
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The Toledo Zoo's Josh Minor, left, and volunteer Joanne Vick, 80, right, answer questions posed by students about potential careers with the Toledo Zoo. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The Toledo Zoo's Josh Minor, left, and volunteer Joanne Vick, 80, right, answer questions posed by students about potential careers ...
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Ciara Adams, 12, left, listens as Jennifer Linehan, owner of Beautiful Blooms, right, talks about creating floral arrangements and running her own company. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ciara Adams, 12, left, listens as Jennifer Linehan, owner of Beautiful Blooms, right, talks about creating floral arrangements and running ...
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Jennifer Linehan, owner of Beautiful Blooms, hands out gift certificates for $5 off a floral arrangement before Mothers' Day to students. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Jennifer Linehan, owner of Beautiful Blooms, hands out gift certificates for $5 off a floral arrangement before Mothers' Day to ...
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