(Photo via Customer Fundraising Solutions)
Posted by The Huron Hub on January 30, 2020
If you or someone you know is looking to replace a bed in your home, now is the time. Huron High School and Junior High Band and Choir are excited to announce they will be hosting a one-day Mattress Fundraiser on Sunday, March 1, from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. For one day only, the High School will be transformed into a mattress showroom. For information about the sale, go to bit.ly/beds4huron20.
There will be 25 different mattress styles on display in all sizes in styles for customers to try, priced below retail. Adjustable power bases, premium pillows, bed frames, and mattress protectors will be available as well. Brands like Simmons Beautyrest, come with full factory warranties, are made to order, and will be available 2-3 weeks after the fundraiser. Delivery is available. Best of all, the Band and Choir benefit from every purchase.
The company, Custom Fundraising Solutions (CFS) first introduced The Mattress Fundraiser to the Cleveland, Ohio market in 2005. The company now has over 100 locations and works with more than 2,000 schools nationwide. The unique business model helps schools raise thousands of dollars in just one day, and to date, the company has given back over $40 million.
Watch this quick video that explains how the Mattress Fundraiser works! https://youtu.be/dtWPNME9W2w
Article source: Custom Fundraising Solutions
Posted by The Huron Hub on Monday, Jan. 27, 2020
The elementary and middle school math competitions through mathleague.org, that were supposed to be held at Huron High School on Jan. 18, 2020 and were postponed due to the weather have been rescheduled.
The new date for both competitions will be Saturday, Feb. 1, in the library at Huron High School.
Times will be the same as originally planned. The elementary competition will begin at 8:00 a.m. and finish at approximately 11:00 a.m.
The middle school competition will begin at 12:00 p.m. and finish at approximately 3:00 p.m.
We hope that everyone who was planning to attend before will be able to come and compete on Feb. 1.
We have trophies for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place for grades 3-8, just waiting to be won.
If you had previously registered and paid the fee, and you are unable to attend on Feb. 1, please contact us for a refund.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Source: Cathy Farrell
Event posted by The Huron Hub on Jan. 20, 2020
Posted by The Huron Hub on Friday, Jan. 17, 2020
Math competitions scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 18 at Huron High School have been postponed due to a winter storm that is forecasted to drop 7 to 8 inches of snow in parts of southeast Michigan.
The elementary and middle school competitions scheduled for that day will be rescheduled, and a date and time for the makeup event will be announced once it is organized.
“Thank you to everyone who was planning to come and compete. We hope that you will be able to attend once we’ve rescheduled,” said Cathy Farrell, event organizer.
Related: Winter storm warning issued; heavy snow is on the way
By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub
Posted Dec. 23, 2019 — 9:15 AM EST
One driver was ticketed for illegally passing a school bus in Huron Township on Dec. 19.
The Huron Township Police Department conducted a proactive school bus detail that day, resulting in one driver being cited.
The special detail included several plain clothes officers on multiple buses, unmarked police vehicles following multiple busses, and fully marked patrol vehicles assigned to initiate traffic stops on offenders.
High school, middle school, and elementary bus routes were enforced during the police operation.
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By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub
Posted Dec. 20, 2019 — 3:00 PM EST
The Huron Township Department of Public Safety donated over $3,000 to fund school lunches for students in the Huron School District.
The funds came from the department’s no-shave November event, during which police officers donated their own money to charity for the chance to grow a beard, which is normally against department policy.
Read more: Police to sport beards for charity during no-shave November
“These donations will directly impact students in the Huron School District and will pay lunch balances for the remainder of the school year for students in need,” said Superintendent Donovan Rowe. “The Huron food service Director will be contacting the families that will be impacted by this generous donation. Thank you Director Robbins and all of our First Responders.”
The department also recently took several local children on a holiday shopping spree during their annual shop with a hero event.
Read more about the shop with a hero event here: Shop with a hero: Public Safety Department takes local kids on shopping spree
Event posted Dec. 18, 2019
The Renton Junior High bands and choir invite you to join them for “Sounds of the Season” concerts this week.
On Wednesday, Dec. 18, the Renton concert band (7th grade), choir (7th/8th grades) and symphonic band (8th grade) will take the stage at 7 p.m.
On Thursday, Dec. 19, the 96 members of the Renton beginning band (6th grade) will present the first band concert. This event also begins at 7 p.m.
Both events will be held in the Huron Civic Auditorium, located inside Huron High School.
Admission is by donation and all proceeds will directly benefit the Renton music department.