Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Thursday, September 19th, 2019
Lost & Found is already overflowing with water bottles, lunch boxes(Thirty One bag with initials) and always lots and lots of clothes! Come to the main office before Wednesday. Everything will be given to Goodwill.
Key Club will be having its first official meeting on Monday, September 23, from 2:30 to 3:00 in room 423. New and returning members should come to this meeting, as there are some important forms and dates that will be talked about during the meeting.
Talawanda Baseball players who have volunteered to help out at the TMS Craft Fair need to report to the Middle School by 2:45 on Saturday, September 21st. We will be finished by 4:15.
HOMECOMING is right around the corner! If you need assistance with homecoming attire, please see Ashley in the guidance office any Monday, Wednesday or Friday.
Everyone is invited to the 17th Annual Latin American and Caribbean UniDiversity Festival Friday, September 20, 2019 from 5:30 – 9:00 pm at the Oxford Uptown Parks, High St. & Main St., Oxford, OH.
Come for a short while and/or stay for the evening.This event is sponsored by the Center for American and World Cultures, Global Initiatives with support from Oxford Community Arts Center and in partneships with many many organizations including the Oxford Community Foundation, Oxford Lane Library, the Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion and Talawanda High school.
Now for Deep Thoughts
Now for today’s birthdays, Ryan Mirnejad and Driston Henson turn 15, and Tyler Teeters turns 17. Happy Birthday.
And now for Whats the T and Luke WP
PACK THE GOLF MATCH PACK THE GOLF MATCH PACK THE GOLF MATCH
The girls golf team defeated Taylor by a 198-269 score they are now 14-4 on the year they play tonight at Northwest.
The boy’s varsity golf team fell to Fenwick last night by a score of 170-179. It was only the second lost of the season compared to 13 wins. Dylan Slager and Grady Holmes had low rounds of 43 each for the Brave.
The JV golf team returned to their winning ways with a 186-193 victory over Fenwick improving their season record to 11-1. Owen Sweitzer was low man with a round of 42.
Both the varsity and JV return to action tonight as they take on Badin at Hueston Woods.
The girls field hockey team fell to Mount Notre Dame yesterday by an 8-0 score they play next Monday at home versus Indian Hill.
Home games for today: Tennis hosts Preble Shawnee at 4, and the boys golf team is hosting pack the course night at Hueston Woods, let’s draw a huge crowd to watch the team decimate Badin, it is a camo out, so let’s pack that course and Patty G will be there.
And that’s our broadcast on this day. I’m Luke West Poley. Thanks so much for watching, and active annihilation mode.