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October 27, 2021

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What do you give a fourth grader for Christmas? We asked; we found the answers

Question: What do you give a fourth grader for Christmas? Answer: Read on and you will find out. We gave fourth graders in Tami Hardy's class a Christmas writing assignment for Christmas. We asked them to construction some lists. And so they did. We offer you the answers to the questions of fourth graders Christmas wish lists (according to the fourth grader) of their mom and their dad. Then, we asked them for their own list.

As an alternative with wish list, some students compiled lists of five things they wish they'd hear and other wishes.

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The Coast Guard Commendation Medal to BHS grad

Blaize Potts

Bluffton High School grad Petty Officer Blaize Potts, serving in the United States Coast Guard in Alaska, recently received a citation for outstanding achievement while serving as flight mechanic aboard a Coast Guard HH-65C helicopter this past January. This rescue was selected for an award to be presented at a helicopter expo in Houston in February 2010.

The crew of which Potts was a member was dispatched from Cold Bay, Alaska, to evacuate a severely injured crewman with severe head trauma from the F/V Kodiak.

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Middle school students of the month for November

The Bluffton Middle School students of the month for November have been selected. See their photos. Students of the month are:

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View all the Ream holiday folk art display pieces on The Icon

One of the many Ream pieces

Perhaps the weather outside is frightful, or if you plan to be home for Christmas, but only in your dreams, If so, The Icon offers you an armchair view of the Harry and Dorothy Ream holiday folk art display.

Forty color photos of the display may be viewed in The Icon photo gallery.

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MS students of the month

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CRHS student launches business

Ashley Siferd

OLD HOMESTEAD SOAPS AND LOTION

By Angela Green, BGSU intern

While Ashley Siferd, a junior at Cory-Rawson High School, has recently started up her own business, called Old Homestead Soaps and Lotions, selling goat milk soap and lotion she has been around goats her entire life.

"My family has had goats since my brother was four," she said. "I was born into the goats. We had a farm tour for Hancock County and we had to have activities for it and that's when we started making stuff."

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