__Campbell teachers Go Blue to “STOMP Out Bullying”

On October 2, otherwise known as Blue Shirt Day – World Day of Bullying Prevention, the teachers and staff in the Campbell City School District wore blue to raise awareness about bullying prevention.
October is National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month, and Campbell teachers and staff wore blue to show their support of the cause. Superintendent, Matt Bowen said, “We hoped this would spark questions in our students and encourage conversations with teachers. Our district is committed to building awareness and dedicated to the students we serve.”

__Holborn Herb Growers Guild Awards Scholarship

Holborn Herb Growers Guild held their annual Tea on September 10 at the Western Reserve Village in Canfield. The guests attending were met with a beautiful display of fresh herbs and flower gardens surrounding the buildings of the historic village. Members of the guild prepared and served tea and finger foods and gave tours as well as demonstrations. The featured speaker for the event was Ellen Speicher, a well-known Horticulture expert. A highlight of the day was the presentation of a $1000 college scholarship to Jessica Cvelbar to further her education in the field of horticulture.
Holborn Herb Growers Guild was established in 1982 and has around 50 members. The members volunteer their time to maintain the public gardens in Boardman Township Park and the Western Reserve Village at Canfield Fairgrounds. They hold meetings and events year round with the purpose of educating the community about the culture and purpose of herbs.