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  ‘Meathead’ Offers Insights Into The Athletic Brain, And A Great Head Coach  
  Denise Gorski’s Teams Won Some 50 Titles:   April 9, 2015 Edition  
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     Ever wonder what happens to the brain during athletic training and competition? Too lazy to spend the better part of a decade getting a PHD in neurobiology to find out?
      Don’t worry, CrossFit Games competitor and former Boardman High School and Brown University athlete, Allison Brager has you covered.
      Her new book, Meathead: Unraveling The Athletic Brain, presents the neuroscience of exercise in a fun straightforward way and illustrates the concepts with examples from her own athletic career.
      Brager, who holds a PhD in physiology from Kent State University, spent over three years working on her book. It combines athletic anecdotes with scientific discoveries in a very under appreciated field of exercise physiology. Whether you are looking for motivation to continue working out or want to bring your athletic training to the next level, this ...Read More >>
  65th Kiwanis Easter Egg Hunt  
  Wed., April 1 At Boardman Township Park:   March 31, 2015 Edition  
     Boardman's Kiwanis is proud to continue the tradition by organizing the 65th Easter Egg Hunt for the kindergarten children of the four elementary schools in Boardman. Boardman High School's Home Economics classes stuffed over 1300 eggs with candy.
      The eggs will be hidden throughout KidsTown by the Easter Bunny assisted by Boardman High School's Key Club.
  Township Fiscal Officer Will Seek Re-Election  
  March 26, 2015 Edition  
     Longtime Boardman Township Fiscal Officer William Leicht has announced he will seek re-election for a sixth term in November.
      Leicht was first elected to the office in 1995. During his tenure, the annual budget of the township has grown from some $11.3 million, to $17.5 million, and the number of employees has increased from 128 employees to 155 employees.
      Prior to his election as Township Fiscal Officer, Leicht served 12 years on the Boardman Board of Education.
      He has operated his own CPA firm for more than 35 years.
      During his lengthy tenure as Township Fiscal Officer, Boardman has never had a major finding in annual state audits.
      Leicht has led the township through a variety of leadership changes, particularly among Boards of Trustees and the post of Township Admin...Read More >>
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