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Feature Photos Section :: Page 30

  • Throwing things at school

    Local artist Geno Luketic visited Mills Lawn School Thursday, May 15 and demonstrated how to throw pots out of clay on an electric wheel.

  • Adult entertainment

    Around 180 villagers, including Minerva and Alex Bieri, at right, donned their most glamorous attire for the Hollywood-themed Yellow Springs Adult Prom on Saturday night and danced the night away. (photo by Megan Bachman)

    This year’s prom queen was Gayle Sampson and the prom king went only by “Risky Business” for the outfit she based upon Tom Cruise’s character in that film. Other creative outfits were the Dude from “The Big Lebowski” and Phillip Seymour Hoffman. Yellow Springs Browns Backers, which organized the prom, raised around $2,700 for Yellow […]

  • Oh, hoppy day!

    Enjoying their candy-filled freebies were, from left, Kelly Kerstetter, Caleb Derrickson and Braden Derrickson. (photos by Megan Bachman)

    Warm and sunny spring weather brought out around 40 local toddlers and young children to scramble for eggs at the annual Easter egg hunt on Saturday, April 19, sponsored by Central Chapel AME Church. Click below to see the photos larger.

  • April fools

    At top left, an unfortunate bee was caught unawares during a routine pollination; at center, a flowering magnolia tree bears the additional weight of snow caps, while, at right, the tip of a still-closed tulip is graced with a tuft of snow.

    After a strong spring warming, Yellow Springs woke up to an all-too familiar winter sight Tuesday morning, as a quick cold front brought a sticky blanket of snow and freezing temperatures to the region.

  • Scouting for food

    Mills Lawn fourth-grader C.J. Cooper, a Webelo in Pack 362, recently spent time in Xenia, where many of his other pack members live, “Scouting for food,” an annual Boy Scout-led food drive. (Photo by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Mills Lawn fourth-grader C.J. Cooper recently spent time in Xenia “Scouting for food,” an annual Boy Scout-led food drive.

  • Future farmers faring well

    Ohio’s newest chapter of the Future Farmers of America Organization: pictured in back are dairy team members Caylen Hall, Landon Rhoads and Tristan Campbell, with Coach Brad Lokai. In front are poultry team members Isabella Long and McKenna Moore. Not pictured are poultry team members Ashley Longshaw, Zane Pergram and Alexandra Snoddy

    Ohio’s newest chapter of the Future Farmers of America Organization was born at YSHS this school year.

  • Just for kicks

    The Yellow Springs girls indoor soccer team recently held a banquet to celebrate the end of their first season. The team includes Eliza Gilchrist, Myrah Burton, Marissa Goodman, Natalie Galarza, Aryn Van Ausdal, Isabelle Ellis, Deena Green, Coach Mike Knopp, Mila de Spain, Sophie Bottelier, Kira Hendrickson, Maggie Knopp, Marian Krier and Coach Philip Bottelier. Not pictured are team members Olivia Ling, Ella Taylor and Stella Lief. (Submitted photo)

    The Yellow Springs girls indoor soccer team recently held a banquet to celebrate the end of their first season.

  • Netting some new talent

    On Sunday, March 31, six Yellow Springs boys and girls participated in a “Play Day” tennis event for first graders on the Antioch courts. Ten coaches led the youngsters through a series of drills designed to help them develop rudimentary tennis skills. (Submitted photo)

    On Sunday, March 31, six Yellow Springs boys and girls participated in a “Play Day” tennis event for first graders on the Antioch courts.

  • A rehab for the rehab

    The Raptor Center is rebuilding its raptor cages, many of which are over 30 years old and no longer comply with regulations. (Photo by Suzanne Szempruch)

    The large cages for Glen Helen’s 30 permanent avian residents have served the Raptor Center for over 30 years. But the wire and wood are aging and have not met current regulation for some time.

  • Snow Shoo!

    Village council member Gerry Simms cleared the sidewalks along West South College Street Monday afternoon to provide safe passage for local students walking to and from school. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Village council member Gerry Simms cleared the sidewalks along West South College Street Monday afternoon to provide safe passage for local students walking to and from school.