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From The Print Section :: Page 58

  • A watched pot…

    Fire leapt out and greeted potters Nicki Strouss and Winter Rowley (bottom left, fetching more wood) of John Bryan Community Pottery during the group’s community wood firing event last weekend. (Photo by Isaac Delamatre)

    Members of John Bryan Community Pottery carefully tended the fire for 24 hours, with wood added every 10 minutes to keep the kiln raging hot.

  • McKinney students go ‘Into the Wild’ to bike, learn, bond

    McKinney Middle School students and staff led groups of students on a 53-mile bike ride last week as part of the “Into the Wild” immersive learning field trip. Students biked, canoed and camped their way from Yellow Springs to Loveland, learning about the Little Miami watershed and the Underground Railroad in the process. (Photos by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    Last week, approximately 65 students left the hallowed halls of McKinney Middle School on a 53-mile bike trip over three days as part of “Into the Wild,” a project-based learning (PBL) excursion.

  • Court on the field

    The 2016 Yellow Springs High School homecoming court was feted on Saturday, Oct. 1, just before the boys’ home soccer game against Franklin Monroe. Joe Plumer was crowned king; Christina Banks, queen. Pictured here, from left, are Elizabeth Smith (from behind), Aaron Stireman, Shekinah Williams, Joe Plumer, Christina Banks and Peter Day. (Photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    The 2016 Yellow Springs High School homecoming court was feted on Saturday, Oct. 1, just before the boys’ home soccer game against Franklin Monroe.

  • Art of collaboration, intersection

    ‘Migrations,’ a new art exhibition on display through October at The Winds Cafe and Bakery, features watercolors by Cathy Ledeker, left, and pen-and-ink and Prismacolor works by Penelope ‘Penny’ S. Adamson. The show is rooted in a 10-year friendship between the women tied to family and place. Around the corner from the Winds, the YS Arts Council Gallery is hosting a separate two-person exhibition, “Shared Views,” through Oct. 16. The Arts Council show features 25 pairs of paintings by villagers Sherraid Scott and Sigalia Cannon, who for more than 20 years have meet most Sundays to paint side-by-side at sites at various area locales. (Photo by Carol Simmons)

    Relationships form the girders on which two recently opened two-person art exhibitions in the village are built.

  • Judith Evelyn ‘Jude’ Filler

    Judith Evelyn ‘Jude’ Filler

    Judith Evelyn (Jude) Filler, of Austin, Texas, died Sept. 17, 2016. She was 67.

  • Leon Holster

    On Monday, Sept. 19, Leon Holster passed away at Friends Care Center.

  • Face the public

    About 85 villagers and Antioch College faculty and staff turned out to “meet Tom” last Wednesday, Sept. 21, at the Herndon Gallery, where the exhibit “Image: The Public Face” is currently on view. Antioch President Tom Manley, who began at the college in March, chatted with many individual villagers during the event. Here, he spoke about college-community collaboration with the Rev. Aaron Saari, of First Presbyterian Church, and Village Manager Patti Bates. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    About 85 villagers and Antioch College faculty and staff turned out to “meet Tom” Manley last Wednesday, Sept. 21, at the Herndon Gallery, where the exhibit “Image: The Public Face” is currently on view.

  • Village schools— New report card in context

    The state issued its 2015–16 district report card two weeks ago, and it received sound condemnation from Yellow Springs district Superintendent Mario Basora at the Yellow Springs Board of Education meeting on Sept. 8.

  • Village Council— Slowing down on CBE land

    Village Council at its Sept. 19 meeting signaled a new willingness to slow down plans for extending basic infrastructure to the entrance of the 35-acre parcel of land known as the Center for Business and Education, or CBE.

  • Wheel good time

    More than 30 riders took off under blue skies and a hot sun last Sunday for the Antioch School’s annual “Anything on Wheels” fundraiser. Riders — including Antioch school student Lucy Dennis (on unicyle), Older Group teacher Sally Dennis and students Elijah Moon and Ayla Current — pedaled down the Little Miami Scenic Trail for all or part of a 15-mile round-trip route to the northern edge of Xenia. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    More than 30 riders took off under blue skies and a hot sun last Sunday for the Antioch School’s annual “Anything on Wheels” fundraiser.

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