Pennsylvania Tyrone Daily Herald in Tyrone, Pennsylvania 19 Apr 2011
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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 2011, Tyrone, Pennsylvania
Goo in sports pirates top reds see Page 8 the Best in local news amp sports students must meet new immunization regulations by August to attend school by Amanda Golden editor Tyrone area school District nurse Julie Patton wants to remind parents and guardians of new immunization Laws that will take effect in August. In order to attend school the following regulations must be met four doses of tetanus one dose on or after the fourth birthday four doses of diphtheria one does on or after the fourth birthday three doses of polio two doses of measles two doses of mumps one dose of rubella German measles three doses of hepatitis b and two doses of Varicella chickenpox vaccine or history of the disease. Also note children attending seventh Grade in 2011-12 need one dose of tetanus diphtheria a cellular pertussis tap if five years has elapsed since the last tetanus immunization. Also one dose of Beningo Coucal conjugate vaccine Mcva. These requirements allow for medical reasons and Reli continued on Page 2 to soft Apin ii 2011 50cmiis fifth Grade orientation planned for Parent by Amanda Golden editor throughout a child s life there Are Many transitional stages especially when it comes to education. Students must transition from being Home to going to school. Then on to Middle school High school College and or the work Force. These transitions Are major events in the lives of both the student and their parents. While they can be a time to celebrate such transitions often bring new stresses. The move to Middle school can be especially difficult for some children since it is usually in a different school building and students will be required to change classes often on their own. Some of the major worries about Middle school Are getting to class on time finding lockers keeping up with class work and materials finding the cafeteria and bathrooms getting on the continued on Page 2 St. Matthew school spelling Bee held on april 1. Brian Gunter was the Winner and Kenneth Mckernan was the runner up. They will represent St. Matthew s at the diocesan spelling Bee on May 4. Courtesy photo inside today Annie mail Cox. Classified comics a. .6 .13 12 crypt quote. Hor Cisco i6s hints from Heloise .5 a .6 con Unity. Crossword _________.4 obituaries a. Sports .3 .7-8-9 custom cakes provides area with artistic and tasty treat by Adeena Harbst correspondent for the past three years Brooke Grassmyer has been running her own business baking and decorating a wide variety of cakes for local events such As birthdays anniversaries and weddings. Custom cakes by Brooke route 865 North in Bellwood All started when grass myer s son was turning a year old. Quot i wanted to do something special so i made a cookie monster cake and really enjoyed it Quot said Grassmyer. Quot then my Friend suggested that we take some cake decorating classes. I was after plenty of positive feedback on her decorating skills from family and friends Grassmyer made the decision to Start her own venture. Quot i knew that there were not a lot of custom Bakers in the area so i jumped at the Chance Quot she explained. About a year ago Grassmyer moved her shop from Altoona to Bellwood. The new location offers her the room she needs to work More efficiently and keep up with orders. Quot with the move from Khoona tripled my bakery and workspace which was desperately needed Quot she said. Quot the Bellwood Community has been very supportive. I think photo by Adeena Harvst i bring something unique to the area and the residents appreciate last year Grassmyer made cakes for 23 weddings. So far she has 17 booked for this year and is hoping to get up to 30. She is continued on Page 2 local roller hockey players take championship on ice at War memorial by Megan Molnar staff writer the Bishop Guilfoyle varsity ice hockey team won the Laurel Mountain hockey league High school ice hockey championship on March 18 with a Little help from some local players who got their Start right Here in Tyrone. Seth Barrett Devin Bogert and Ambrose Aquadro of Tyrone along with Cody Krepps and Josh Wertman of Bellwood Are All members of the by team and have been playing at the Tyrone Borough roller hockey rink for years. The five local teens along with several others Learned and developed Many of their hockey skills in Tyrone before taking them to by to try them out on ice. Nate Antesberger from the team also travels to play at the Tyrone rink. This in t the first championship the teens have celebrated As Barrett Bogert Aquadro and Antesberger Are members of the Tyrone roller hockey league s 2010 Champion pioneers team. Other pioneers include seventh grader Trent Bogert a goalie who helped his state College Junior leers travel team to their league and play off championships and Chuck Murray and Gary Miller both coaches in by s younger developmental ice hockey program. While the boys Are devoted to the by team no thug would keep from away from the roller hockey rink either. The Day after the Laurel Mountain hockey league championship game in Johnstown the five teens began their roller hockey season and would have been there win or lose the night before. They were treated to a Beautiful Spring Day and there was a Large turn out for that saturday s first pick up roller hockey game of the season. Quot we Are indeed fortunate to have the local rink which is open to the Public. It has provided opportunities for recreation camaraderie and skill development for a growing number of youth and adults from Tyrone and continued on Page 2
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