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Buckeye Career Center board hires two adult ed instructors

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Two adult education instructors were hired for the 2012-13 school year by the Buckeye Career Center Board of Education at its Nov. 20 meeting.

They included Jeff Cronebaugh, a substitute, and Catherine Fithian, drawing instructor.

The Board also accepted the resignation of Brad Callender as a SkillsUSA advisor and approved Christine Alam, Michelle (Shelly) Crowe, Renee Palmatier, Jerry Prucha Jr. and Gail Rubert as substitute instructors for the 2012-13 school year.

In other business, the Board:
- ACCEPTED donations of $2,072 from the Moomaw Foundation toward the purchase of Sensear hearing protection for the Adult Education heavy equipment class; a donation of a 2009 Tomos moped from Tammy Harker of New Philadelphia to the outdoor power program, and a donation of hand tools from Tractor Supply Co. to benefit the Transportation and Building Trades programs at Buckeye;

- APPROVED the payment of bills totaling $1,171,073.43;

- SET the next regular meeting for Dec. 18 at 7 p.m. in the board office conference room.

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