The Rome Fire Department has free reflective address signs available. Please call 440-536-6227 or 563-3990 and leave message. They will deliver the sign.
The winner of Early Bird Drawing #6 for 2013 and recipient of $250 is Joseph Kotnik (Lot #1682)
Next week’s drawing will be for $200.
Friday, February 22nd from 4-7 pm. Fish, shrimp or combo, french fries or baked potato, coleslaw, applesauce and bread. Adult dinners, $8. Children Ages 4-11, $4. Children 3 and under free. Rome Fire Department is located on the corners of Routes 6 and 45 Rome, Ohio. Eat-In or Carry outs available.
The winner of Early Bird Drawing #5 for 2013 and recipient of $300 is Del Christofferson (Lot #2204)
Next week’s drawing will be for $250.
Boaters: Please remember to bring both your Registration AND Title when coming to the office to purchase your 2013 RRA Boat Decals. We do require these documents to be presented each year, no exceptions. Having trouble locating your registration? Check on your boat.
Please see the Boating Information Page for more information.
The 2013 Polar Bear Plunge event will held March 9th, 2013 beginning at 1pm. The actual Plunge is set to start at 3pm. Plunge sign-in will begin at 1:00 pm and will end at 2:45 pm. DJ entertainment will also begin at 1pm and we will have hot dogs, popcorn and sodas available for sale.
To be officially registered, be sure to email us at email@example.com with your name and your t-shirt or hoodie size (unisex adult sizes). We will reply with a confirmation that you are registered for this year’s plunge.
For jumper info forms: http://www.roamingshores.org/RRA1/wp-content/uploads/Jumper-Information.pdf
For additional information, please contact:
Shawn Morris 440-563-9067
The winner of Early Bird Drawing #4 for 2013 and recipient of $350 is Ralph Wilson (Lot #347)
Next week’s drawing will be for $300.
Middle-schooler James Elliot of 1065 Evening Star took top honors at the Grand Valley Spelling Bee! Congratulation to you, James!
From the Star Beacon:
Seventh grader wins Grand Valley spelling bee
By WARREN DILLAWAY
ORWELL — The room exploded with raucous applause after James Elliott, a seventh grader at Grand Valley Middle School, spelled the word raucous correctly clinching his second straight district-wide spelling bee Tuesday evening.
Elliott also is the defending Ashtabula County champion and will soon be defending his title.
Twenty three competitors started the competition and almost 90 minutes later Elliott was in the final round with Summer Poyer, a fourth grader, and Alex Bill, a seventh grader.
As the three finalists entered the 13th round Poyer nervously tapped her feet. Elliott spelled his word correctly and the two girls missed their words setting up one word for Elliott to claim the championship.
Several contestants reacted happily after spelling a word correctly.
Pleasant, cucumber, subsequent, personage and archaic were just a few of the words the students had to spell.
During the first three rounds only four competitors were eliminated and there were still nine students left after seven rounds.
More than 80 fans sat on chairs in the school’s auditorium quietly hoping for a family victory.
Elliott is the son of Rebecca and Robert Elliott. He will be defending his title at the Ashtabula County Spelling Bee in February.
Carl Horst retired to Roaming Shores (822 Western Ct.). Carl and Nancy were prominent residents until they moved to Tucson. Nancy died last summer and we have learned that Carl died 29 Dec, while visiting his daughter in Alabama. No obituary has been made available yet, but they had many friends at the Lake and Carl was one of the original ROMEOs.
Our hearts go out to the Horst family.
The Roaming Shores Polar Bear Club will be having a meeting at the RRA Clubhouse on Sunday, January 27th from 12:30pm to 2pm.