Roasts & Toasts

Toast Willard Middle School Principal Dan Major, who is calling it a career after 14 years as principal and 35 years in education 34 in Willard. Those in the community have lauded Major for his willingness to go out of his way for his students and their parents. We applaud Major for the school's academic achievements and awards during his tenure and wish him well in retirement. Roast Franklin County Common Pleas Judge David E. Cain for ruling private clubs cannot allow smoking, despite language in the statewide ban that appeared to permit the exemption. Both the ban and the specific exemption (private clubs with no nonmembers present whose employees were all members) are good ideas.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

 

Toast Willard Middle School Principal Dan Major, who is calling it a career after 14 years as principal and 35 years in education 34 in Willard. Those in the community have lauded Major for his willingness to go out of his way for his students and their parents. We applaud Major for the school's academic achievements and awards during his tenure and wish him well in retirement.

Roast Franklin County Common Pleas Judge David E. Cain for ruling private clubs cannot allow smoking, despite language in the statewide ban that appeared to permit the exemption. Both the ban and the specific exemption (private clubs with no nonmembers present whose employees were all members) are good ideas.

Toast everybody involved with Saturday's 10th annual Huron County Heart Walk. A record total of $44,000 was raised by walkers who collected donations for their efforts. Teams and individuals young and old walked for loved ones affected by heart disease. Congratulations to all of the walkers for a job well done.

Roast the Ohio Legislature for wasting time on Senate Bill 16, commonly referred to as the stripper bill. The legislation, which passed the Ohio House last week, prohibits strippers and patrons from having any physical contact and bans full nudity after midnight. With all the problems Ohio has a failing education system, a stagnant economy and increasing unemployment rates, just to name a few spending significant time and energy on imposing restrictions on strip clubs is a massive waste of the precious little time the General Assembly will spend in session this year.