Fun around Shelby County


Gabriel Lundin, left, 7, of Sidney, son of Deborah and Matt Lundin, has his thoughts listened to by math magician Paul Adams, of Mason, Saturday, June 6. Lundin performed his Super Hero Magic Show at Amos Memorial Public Library’s Family Fun Day. The event had a super hero theme. Event workers walked around dressed as super heroes as kids ate free food and played games. The event also brings attention to the start of the Shelby County Libraries summer reading program.

Sidney High School head football coach, Adam Doenges, leads a group of 5th-8th graders Tuesday, June 9, at Yellow Jacket football Camp in Sidney Memorial Stadium. The campers were lead through various drills and games by the coaching staff along with current and former players.

Brooke Ruiz, left, gets some help from her daughter Gabriella Ruiz, 3, both of Sidney, in holding a serrano pepper plant at the Great Sidney Farmer’s Market Saturday, June 6. The Sidney market held Taste of the Market where visitors took a passport book around to different booths where they sampled items. When the passport book was filled they could return it for a chance to win $25.

Jhyston Malveaux, 11, of Sidney, son of Carmen Malveaux and Patrick Malveaux, does a back flip off of the high diving board at the City of Sidney Municipal swimming Pool Sunday, June 7.

Kylee Wheeler, left, 10, of Sidney, daughter of Patty Wheeler and Ryan Wheeler, gets some pointers on how to bump a ball by Sidney High School volleyball player Hannah Wiford, 16, of Sidney, daughter of Jenn and Andy Wiford during a Sidney City Schools volleyball camp Monday, June 8 at the Sidney Middle School.

Olivia Harger-Dawson, 12, of Sidney, dauhter of Donita Harger and Jeffery Dawson, eats macaroni and cheese at the Girl Scout bridging and bronze award ceremony for Troops 20319 and 20690 at Tawawa Park Sunday, June 7.

Girl Scouts gather in a circle to end a Girl Scout bridging and bronze award ceremony for Troops 20319 and 20690 at Tawawa Park Sunday, June 7.

Barb Kuck, far right, of Huntsville, sells baked goods to siblings Kameron Barhorst, left to right, 10, Corinne Barhorst, 3, and Cole Barhorst, 8, all of Fort Loramie, they are the children of Anthony and Danielle Barhorst. Looking on is Don Tangeman, of Sidney, who helps Kuck with her business. Kuck was one of many booths selling goods at the Fort Loramie Farmers Market Friday, June 5.

Laura Campbell, 15, of St. Paris, daughter of Christina and David Campbell, received her senior Girl Scout awards at the Girl Scout bridging and bronze award ceremony for Troops 20319 and 20690 at Tawawa Park Sunday, June 7. Campbell’s major award was for community service where she helped younger Girl Scouts.

Gabriel Lundin, left, 7, of Sidney, son of Deborah and Matt Lundin, has his thoughts listened to by math magician Paul Adams, of Mason, Saturday, June 6. Lundin performed his Super Hero Magic Show at Amos Memorial Public Library’s Family Fun Day. The event had a super hero theme. Event workers walked around dressed as super heroes as kids ate free food and played games. The event also brings attention to the start of the Shelby County Libraries summer reading program.

Sidney High School head football coach, Adam Doenges, leads a group of 5th-8th graders Tuesday, June 9, at Yellow Jacket football Camp in Sidney Memorial Stadium. The campers were lead through various drills and games by the coaching staff along with current and former players.

Brooke Ruiz, left, gets some help from her daughter Gabriella Ruiz, 3, both of Sidney, in holding a serrano pepper plant at the Great Sidney Farmer’s Market Saturday, June 6. The Sidney market held Taste of the Market where visitors took a passport book around to different booths where they sampled items. When the passport book was filled they could return it for a chance to win $25.

Jhyston Malveaux, 11, of Sidney, son of Carmen Malveaux and Patrick Malveaux, does a back flip off of the high diving board at the City of Sidney Municipal swimming Pool Sunday, June 7.

Kylee Wheeler, left, 10, of Sidney, daughter of Patty Wheeler and Ryan Wheeler, gets some pointers on how to bump a ball by Sidney High School volleyball player Hannah Wiford, 16, of Sidney, daughter of Jenn and Andy Wiford during a Sidney City Schools volleyball camp Monday, June 8 at the Sidney Middle School.

Olivia Harger-Dawson, 12, of Sidney, dauhter of Donita Harger and Jeffery Dawson, eats macaroni and cheese at the Girl Scout bridging and bronze award ceremony for Troops 20319 and 20690 at Tawawa Park Sunday, June 7.

Girl Scouts gather in a circle to end a Girl Scout bridging and bronze award ceremony for Troops 20319 and 20690 at Tawawa Park Sunday, June 7.

Barb Kuck, far right, of Huntsville, sells baked goods to siblings Kameron Barhorst, left to right, 10, Corinne Barhorst, 3, and Cole Barhorst, 8, all of Fort Loramie, they are the children of Anthony and Danielle Barhorst. Looking on is Don Tangeman, of Sidney, who helps Kuck with her business. Kuck was one of many booths selling goods at the Fort Loramie Farmers Market Friday, June 5.

Laura Campbell, 15, of St. Paris, daughter of Christina and David Campbell, received her senior Girl Scout awards at the Girl Scout bridging and bronze award ceremony for Troops 20319 and 20690 at Tawawa Park Sunday, June 7. Campbell’s major award was for community service where she helped younger Girl Scouts.