April 2014
Mini Relay for Life
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

The Riverside High School Student Council is hasting a Mini Relay for Life event on Thursday, April 17th from noon to 6pm.

Schedule for the day:

The event will begin at noon with a SURVIVOR Walk!  Any cancer survivors or family memebers are invited to walk a lap at this time!


          We would like to have all students in gardes K-6 line both sides of the track by 121:55am to cheer for the Survivors as they walk their lap!  After this at 12:15 we will begin games/walk/food for the K-6 students and staff (see schedule below).  Any student that wears the t-shirt they purchased for $20 can play the game for FREE.  For all other students the games will range from 25 cents to $1.  To keep some order, we will follow this schedule:

           12:15-12:35            12:35-12:55            12:55-1:15

K-2          Games                     Walk                  Concessions

3-4      Concessions                Games                     Walk

5-6           Walk                  Concessions                Games

7-12 Student:

            Any Student that wears the t-shirt they purchased for $20 may participate in the event form noon-2:45pm.  Also, any student that would like to make a $20 donation the day of the event amy participate from noon-2:45pm however they WILL NOT receive a t-shirt if they did not pre-order.  All other students in grades 7-12 may participate from 1:30-2:30 for a donation of $1.  Games will range from $1-$5.  We will use the following schedule:

            1:30-2:00                         2:00-2:30

7-8         Games                       Walk/Concessions

9-12 Walk/Concessions                   Games

Community Members are invited to attend from 3pm-6pm.

All day there will be raffle items, the concessions will offer a full menu all day, the media arts students will be providing music.

UU Football Announces Date for Annual Free Coaching Clinic
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

UU Football Announces Date for Annual Free Coaching Clinic

The Urbana University football coaching staff announced today that they will host their annual free high school coaching clinic on Thursday, April 17th. The clinic takes place in the Barclay-Bailey building on the campus of Urbana University from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.  The Blue Knight football team will participate in a Blue vs. White scrimmage before the clinic at UU Stadium from 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.  Coaches attending the clinic are encouraged to attend the scrimmage too. 

Cost for the clinic and scrimmage is entirely free, but please RSVP beforehand with Blue Knight Assistant Head Coach Paul Smith (psmith@urbana.edu or call 937-652-6815).


For more information:
Chris Anders Assistant Athletic Director of Media Relations
(937) 484-1290
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Make a positive difference, one life at a time.

Volunteers needed for Discovery Riders, Inc., a local therapeutic horseback riding program, which works with children and adults who are physically, socially, or cognitively challenged.  Volunteer activities include working under the direction of certified PATH instructor to lead the horse, side-walk to promote the safety of the rider and prepare the horses and equipment for class. We are especially in need for volunteers that can dedicate time during the day; handyman projects; and other tasks that keep the facility running.  Must be 14 years or older. Horse experience is not necessary.

If interested, register by contacting Rocky at 937-935-6545 or email driders@bright.net and attend our next volunteer orientation on Thursday, April17th 6pm-8pm.  The orientation will take place in the stable at our facility located at 5850 St. Rt 292, Zanesfield, OH 43360, 1 mile east of the Madriver Mountain exit off St. Rt. 33.  Dress for the weather.

For more information:
(937) 935-6545
Drug Abuse Awareness Class
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

The Russells Point Neighborhood Watch and Russells Point Police Department have partnered to offer the residents of Indian Lake a Drug Abuse Awareness Class.  The purpose of the class is to give citizens an opportunity to see some of the most common drugs currently being found by law enforcement, and open the floor to a straight forward discussion about how drugs impact our communities.  We plan to share some of the signs and symptoms of drug abuse with our watch members to better prepare them to spot suspicious activity in their neighborhoods.  We are excited to have members from the Logan County Drug Task Force there to join us in the discussion, as well as a K9 demonstration by the Bellefontaine Police Department.