From The Wednesday, November 11, 1992 Edition Of The
Press And Journal
23 YEARS AGO - Heart Jumping – The old tickers were jumping for the students of the Feaser Middle School last Friday as the fifth annual Jump-Rope-For-Heart for the American Heart Association was in full swing. The decibel level in the school’s auditorium was near that of a U-2 concert as 630 students jumped throughout the day for pledges of over $2,000. The event was coordinated by physical education teacher Glenn Nissley, with assistants Beth Paules, Helen Weingartner and Erich Schlicher. The heart pounding music was provided by Tim Starliper of WMSS and Steve Smith. Pictured from left are seventh-grade students Heather White, Heather Hipple, Amy Berstler and Abby Smith.
New Grubb St. Bridge Opens Friday
To some area residents, it may have seemed to take forever, but when the new Grubb St. Bridge is officially opened this Friday, Nov. 13, it will actually be less than 10 months since the old span was closed on Jan. 27.
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