October 11, 2017

Good morning Talawanda! Today is Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Club News for today: For Voila members, t-shirt orders and money are due this week, so stop by room 118 to turn it in. YIT will be having a meeting today after school, all members be sure to come and meet in the staff lounge.

Are you interested in taking CCP classes in spring? Reminder the deadline to apply is November 1. Please see your counselor for additional details.

The Setting Stone Fall Coffee House is this Friday night in the cafeteria. Tickets are $3 in advance and $5 at the door. Artists who make submissions receive a $1 discount on ticket purchases.

Setting Stone is kicking off a week-long submission drive for the printed publication this year. Any artists, writers, or photographers are encouraged to submit, and for every 5th submission, there will be a raffle to win a free Setting Stone t-shirt. E-mail submissions to Mr. Aerni or Mrs. Squance, or any member of Setting Stone.

This month is Voila’s annual SOCK-tober event! Voila will be collecting new pairs of socks of any kind as donations for all of October. Come by room 118 and turn in pairs to the blue bin.

Miami University Regional Campuses would like to invite THS students and parents to attend the Southwest Ohio Regional College Fair. The fair will be held at Miami Hamilton Campus on October 24 from 6:30-8:00 pm. Over 100 colleges and universities will be attending, along with a Financing Your Education seminar from 6:00-6:30 pm before the fair. More information can be found on the Miami website’s admission page.

Lunch for today is: taco salad or soft tacos, and chilled fruits

Birthdays for today: Wyatt Arno turns 17, Albert Taulbee and Emmett Williams turn 18

And now to weather, followed by sports

No home games for today

Girls’ Varsity Soccer took a loss yesterday in their match against Ross, 1-3. This puts the squad at a 3-3-0 record in the SWOC with an overall record of 7-9-0

The 11, 2 and 1 boys soccer team takes on league rival Ross who is 10, 3, and 2 in a battle for SWOC supremacy tomorrow night.  While the Braves already have clinched back to back championships, a win or a tie means they own the title outright.  Game time is 7 pm and students get in for only one dollar!  Come on out and show your support.  The game will also be broadcast by us on the Cube dot com tomorrow if you can’t be there.

That’s our broadcast for this Wednesday. I’m Patrick Geshan. Have a good day Talawanda.