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The coach came to him and said, " Kid, I can't believe it. You were fantastic! Tell me what got into you? How did you do it?" He looked at the coach, with tears in his eyes, and said, " Well, you knew my Dad died, but did you know that my Dad was blind?" The young man swallowed hard and forced a smile, " Dad came to all my games, but today was the first time he could see me play, and I wanted to show him I could do it!"

GED Tests
The following individuals have received their GED diplomas since January 1998:

Nancy McLeod
Ben Apple
Jeffrey Freetage
Linda Wermann
Melissa Polk
Rusty Metheney
Kim Reichley
Clifton McCombs
Tammy Mencer
Russell McCoy
Hillary Griffith
Brian Hayes
David Bice
Trinity Corbett
Betty Herman

Congratulations to each of you and all of us at CORC wish you the best in everything that you do....


          GED Test

The following adults have successfully taken and passed the Practice GED test and are scheduled to take the GED test in April or May.

Mark Culp
Sarah Emler
Dennis Foster
Kendra Pope
Michelle Swafford
Linda Slocum

GOOD LUCK to each of you!

Internet News

For those of you who have not yet explored the internet, please take the time to do so. For those of you who have, and who find it to be an ocean of information, please be sure to let the CORC staff know of any sites which are of interest to you.
We would like to keep a log of sites which you find worth exploring and we encourage you to share those of interest with us!!
On the down side, chatting is a fantastic tool for carrying on conversations via the internet; however, remember that if you do chat, it is limited to 20 minutes only. Be sure to check out the chat sites which cover topics like parenting, health, employment, and current events.


Here are some sites which InfiNET Technologies shared in their newsletter recently. Be sure to check them out and let us know what you think!
Home Projects this site features a variety of projects for home improvement.
And, of course, do not forget to check out our web site page. It is under constant construction, but browse it anyway. You can find the CORC page by going to
Other sites to visit are: this is the OBES(Ohio Bureau of Employment Services) web site and there is a variety of information regarding employment, child care, non traditional occupations, and numerous Job Listings by county. OLRC (Ohio Literacy Resource Center) Web site includes a section titled, "Suggested Sited for Students". Check it out!!
**If you need any help getting on the internet or locating any of these web sites, please ask a staff member to assist you.

Enjoy Surfing the Net.....


"You must learn from the mistakes of others. You can't possibly live long
enough to make them all yourself."

Sam Levenson

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