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ISMS sprinting to Sept. 14 deadline; requests help from the public

September 8, 2011

Indian Springs Middle School eighth-grade teachers urge the public to vote online to help the school win a Kleenex Scholarship to visit the Henry Ford Museum later in the year. From left to right are Jill Baker, Brooke Stanley, Adam Loeffler, Amber Wilson and Karen Hedrick. — Post & Mail photo / Robin R. Plasterer

COLUMBIA CITY — A vote for Indian Springs Middle School could garner a $5,000 scholarship to fund a special field trip in the spring.
The eighth-grade class at ISMS has begun the mission of forgoing an annual spring party and replacing it with a field trip to the Henry Ford Museum in Michigan. The trip would support the curriculum; a spring party would not.
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