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Tallmadge High School

Bikes wanted for THS Advanced Metals to make Tallmadge Custom Cycles. The bicycle chop-shop is back. The Advanced Metals class at Tallmadge High School is designing and engineering human-powered machines for their final project. Students will be welding, machining and fabricating their machines from recycled bicycles. Bikes and bike parts of all shapes and sizes are needed. Bicycles/parts may be dropped off at door nine at the back of the high school. Direct questions to Keith Bee at 330 633-5505 ext. 1432 or

Dunbar Primary & Munroe

Elementary schools

Market Day has been making a difference by helping schools raise money for educational resources and activities for our children. So far this year a profit of $2,119.28 has been earned, which was divided between Dunbar Primary and Munroe Elementary Schools.

When ordering from Market Day, families receive a large selection of quality foods and Dunbar and Munroe also earn a 10 percent to 15 percent profit from each order. The Market Day monthly food program is an unusual fundraiser in that children do not need to sell door to door. It's easy because shoppers simply fill out the order sheet each month, send it in to the school office and pick up their food at Munroe Elementary on the sale date. Families can also participate each month by simply ordering online at The site has photos, product descriptions, ingredients, recipes and more. All Market Day products are quality and are backed by Market Day's 100 percent satisfaction guarantee. Residents do not need to have a student at any Tallmadge school to order from Market Day.

Orders are due the Friday before the sale date. Those requiring more information on the Market Day program may call 330-796-3928 or email Market Day Representative Lidia Stephens may also be reached at 330-620-3787 or

Reminder: The last Market Day delivery date for the 2013-14 School year is May 14 at Munroe Elementary School. Remember to stock up now on all the familiy's favorites for the summer. Orders may be placed between now and May 19. The first delivery in the fall will be Sept. 10 at Munroe.

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