Good will at its best

Bay Village’s second-graders from Normandy School will be visiting Rose Hill Museum and the Osborn Learning Center over a four-day period at the end of May. Each class will visit five different areas within the museum complex. This will be the culminating event for the school unit on the history of Bay Village.

To supplement the history unit, Bay High alumni have offered their knowledge of growing up in Bay by visiting the second-grade classrooms and talking about their experiences. This year, a DVD containing pictures of yesterday and today has been compiled by the Bay Village Historical Society for use during this visit.

To thank the historical society for their efforts, Mrs. Kuhn, Mrs. Hengelsberger and Mrs. Bogart’s second-grade classes and their mothers baked dozens of delicious cookies and had a cookie sale. Cathy Bogart, one of the teachers, said, “We are thrilled to be able to donate to the wonderful things you so patiently do to educate our students and community.”

A donation of $224.71 was raised by the students as a gift to the learning center. The learning center is excited to accept the gift for educational materials. This is good will at its best.

For family enjoyment, the Osborn Learning Center and Rose Hill Museum are open on Sundays from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Look for antiques, crafts, a summer market, historical tours and a children’s tent at "Cahoon In June" the weekend of June 16.

kay laughlin

I am a historian for the Bay Village Historical Society. Member and Past President of the society. Lived in the village since 1936.

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Volume 4, Issue 9, Posted 10:13 AM, 05.01.2012