Mar 172018
 

Below is the scheduled list of our teams Challenge performance times in order during the day. Go and support your fellow Region 1 teams.
Note- these are the scheduled performance times and do not include check in times (D & E) or IC times. This is current as of 3/16/2018 8:08 PM and can change at any time right up until the last team performs. See you in Mt. Vernon!

 

Main team name School Name Team ID level ch Main Challenge
TM Last Name
8:50 Imaginators Howland local schools 135-50288 EL B Scientific: Unlikely Attraction Sanata
10:00   Joseph Badger Local Schools 135-29688 ML E Engineering: Drop Zone MULLIGAN
10:10   Youngstown Early College 135-33342 SL D Improvisational: Treasure! Gilanyi
10:15 Imagination Creation Howland Local Schools 135-97262 EL A Technical: Maze Craze Dotson
10:30   Valley Christian Schools Lewis Center 135-59437 EL E Engineering: Drop Zone Wade
11:30   Sebring Local Schools 135-94282 SL C Fine Arts: Change of Tune Whaley
13:20   East High School 135-09724 SL pO Service Learning: Inside Impact Constantino
13:30 The 7 Bobs Howland Local Schools 135-90807 SL C Fine Arts: Change of Tune Anastasiades
13:30 Di- Wise Lincoln Pk-8 135-99145 ML D Improvisational: Treasure! Venetti
13:35   Lincoln Pk-8 135-71773 EL D Improvisational: Treasure! Gaszo
13:40 Drama Club Valley Christian Schools Lewis Center 135-54688 EL C Fine Arts: Change of Tune Windon
14:50   Howland High School 135-53943 SL D Improvisational: Treasure! Rhine
15:15   Joseph Badger Local Schools 135-49918 SL B Scientific: Unlikely Attraction MULLIGAN
15:35 Steam Team Campbell Memorial high school 135-22719 SL B Scientific: Unlikely Attraction King

03/17/2018 10:06:31

Mar 122018
 

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DaVinci Award

For Outstanding Creativity

The paths we follow on our journeys were once uncharted and unknown – until someone took a bold step in a new direction and paved a way for us to follow. To solve our Challenges, imagination, creativity, originality, and courage are required. We honor those individuals and teams who most clearly demonstrate that spirit of adventurous risk in their solutions – those who most creatively traveled to reach truly new and unique destinations. The DaVinci Award is named to honor one of humanity’s greatest creative thinkers, Leonardo Da Vinci. Awards will include an inscription of Leonardo’s personal motto “Sapere Vedere” (To Know How to See ) – fusing classical thought and philosophy with art and science to propose new and creative outl ooks of the world. *Please note: solutions need not be successful to demonstrate the attributes of creativity and risk taking.

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Spirit of Discovery and Imagination Award

(Spirit of DI Award)

For Outstanding Spirit, Teamwork, Volunteerism, Sportsmanship

Destination Imagination from its very beginning has been a community. The recipients of this award are the ones who go out of their way to help others, making sacrifices not for themselves, but to give something to someone else. We recognize and applaud those members of our community who demonstrate outstanding and extraordinary levels of sportsmanship, volunteerism and spirit, be they Team Managers, Team members, Officials, or other helpful DI friends and volunteers.

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Renaissance Award

For Outstanding Design, Engineering, Execution, Performance

On our journey we sometimes encounter exceptional travelers who entertain and enlighten us along the way. The Renaissance Award recognizes those among us who demonstrate extraordinary amounts of effort and preparation in their solutions or outstanding skill in engineering, design or performance. While the destination is creativity, these fellow travelers make the journey itself memorable.

DaVinci Award Winners:
Valley Christian Lewis Center “Imagidreamers”, Engineering (E) “Drop Zone”, EL  -Team Award
At the castle, the fantastically choreographed battle between Gerbany & Hampsterdam incorporated all the required elements of their challenge. This team’s creativity of props added to the viewing pleasure of the Audience. 
The incorporation of their structure into the core of the storyline allowed for the flawless transition from the battle to the team working against a new enemy (the cat!!!)
The smooth story transition, the use of props, the participation of all team members and incorporation of the structure into the story makes this Elementary team the total creative package.
HomeshoolBrunch Bunch, Rising Stars! (RS) “Friends Everywhere”, RS! -Team Award
This challenge required the team to include a prop that would transform and be used in two ways. When we saw a car transform into a party table, we were blown away by the details the team included in the decorations on the party table were intricate and beautiful and so creative!
The overall performance was full of creativity while really highlighting the two different cultures.
This team simply oozed creativity – both during their performance and while speaking to the Appraisers about their journey!

Renaissance Award Winners:
Howland Local “Imaginators”, Scientific (B) “Unlikely Attraction” EL – Team Award
This team displayed outstanding scientific prowess with their scissor-lift incorporated into their presentation. Utilizing the properties of pneumatics/hydraulics, along with kinematics and other advanced engineering concepts, this team ended off their magic show.
With creativity and style, We believe that this team deserves this award because the scientific and artistic approach showed exceptional skill, understanding, and dedication to detail. The concepts used in their overall performance allongside the creative and artistic elements in the set design set this team appart!!
Howland High School ” 7 – Bobs”, Fine Arts (C) “Change of Tune” SL -Team Award
This team demonstrated an above and beyond level of creativity, design, and so much more! The music in the skit drew the audience into a time of pharohs and pyramids. The storyline itself was full of interesting and historical facts. The teams enthusiasm was contagious and they were certainly a joy to watch!!
Valley Christian Lewis Center “The Drama Club”, Fine Arts (C) “Change of Tune”, EL  -Team Award
The Drama Club made great use of their individual talents in the areas of dance, songwriting, musical abilities, and artwork. Their creativity flowed seamlessly throughout their performance, and was awe-inspiring.
Valley Christian Lewis Center “Imagidreamers”, Engineering (E) “Drop Zone”, EL  -Team Award
This team’s structure was well designed and structurely sound. The structure itself was a series of repeated “A” frames with a crossing truss across the middle of each of the four sides. It was designed at a high level and extermely impressive. In terms of performance, the structure withstood the highest weight allowed without any sign of failure or deformation.

Spirit of Discovery and Imagination Award Winners:
Tournament Appraisal Staff, Wendy Spoerr
Our nomination is to a dedicated Appraiser who has been with Region 1 (and prior Region 15) for over 30 years of service! We want to celebrate this moment with Wendy to say “Thank You for your Service.”
Valley Christian Lewis Center “The Drama Club”, Instant Challenge, C / EL  -Team Award
This first year team, with a first year manager, from a first year school, truly embrased the “Spirit of DI” through awesome sportsmanship. Even though their Instant Challenge was twice the challenge, they kept a positive, smiling, cheerful attitude throughout the whole process. 
Howland Local “Imaginators”, Instant Challenge B / EL – Team Award
This team showed exceptional team work & creativity. They used their time wisely, respected one another’s opinion, and divided up their tasks per their strengths. It was a joy to experience them in action.
Campbel City Schools “The Steam Team”, Scientific (B) “Unlikely Attraction” SL  – Team Award
We believe that this team deserves to be awarded the “Spirit of DI” because of their exceptional teamwork and sportsmanship. Through their performance it was clear that the artwork was a calaborative project which displayed each of the individuals’ talents. Even though their team was missing a member they made sure to give due credit. The team was obviously happy with each other’s work and were quick to praise one another for it.
Even with the last-minute need to change, they remained composed and coherent through their presentation. Their energy was addicting and their creativity was evident.
Warren Lincoln K-8 “Awesome Imagination”, Fine Arts (C) “Change of Tune” EL  – Team Award
This team impressed us with their sportsmanship. The team supported and up-lifted one another throughout the performance and the interview process with the Appraisers. They complemented each other on their performance in such a genuine way that it made a significant impression on this appraisal team.

 

Mar 112018
 

The following teams have qualified for the Ohio Tournament at Mt. Vernon on 24 Mar 2018. Best of luck to all of you.

135-97262 Howland Local Schools Elementary Technical: Maze Craze
Lisa Dotson Howland LSD
135-50288 Howland local schools Elementary Scientific: Unlikely Attraction
Mary Sanata Howland LSD
135-22719 Campbell Memorial high school Secondary level Scientific: Unlikely Attraction
Dana King Campbell
135-49918 Joseph Badger Local Schools Secondary level Scientific: Unlikely Attraction
KELLY MULLIGAN Joseph Badger Local Schools
135-54688 Valley Christian Schools Lewis Center Elementary Fine Arts: Change of Tune
Brianna Windon Valley Christian School Lewis Center
135-90807 Howland Local Schools Secondary level Fine Arts: Change of Tune
Koula Anastasiades Howland LSD
135-94282 Sebring Local Schools Secondary level Fine Arts: Change of Tune
Jason Whaley Sebring Local Schools
135-71773 Lincoln Pk-8 Elementary Improvisational: Treasure!
Brandi Gaszo Warren City Schools 6-8
135-99145 Lincoln Pk-8 Middle level Improvisational: Treasure!
Cara Venetti Warren City Schools 6-8
135-33342 Youngstown Early College Secondary level Improvisational: Treasure!
Nicholas Gilanyi Youngstown Early College
135-53943 Howland High School Secondary level Improvisational: Treasure!
Lorie Rhine Howland Local Schools
135-59437 Valley Christian Schools Lewis Center Elementary Engineering: Drop Zone
Michelle Wade Valley Christian School Lewis Center
135-29688 Joseph Badger Local Schools Middle level Engineering: Drop Zone
KELLY MULLIGAN Joseph Badger Local Schools
135-09724 East High School Secondary level Service Learning: Inside Impact
Jeanne Constantino East High School

Complete results and Special Awards will Follow. Reminder: TMs need to have all your paperwork completed by 8AM Monday 03/12/2018. This includes Appraiser and Volunteer forms. Go to http://www.ohdi.org/tournaments/affiliate/ for state forms.
Thanks

Scores are available now use AllScoreSheets2018-1  <== this link.

Remember 1G indicates the team is advancing to Mt. Vernon on 03/24/2018, however, 2nd place teams in the SL level also advance.

Mar 012018
 

Usually the March Meeting is held directly following the Appraiser Training.  Due to the overall schedule change it was changed to the first Thursday of March.

The Board will meet on

Thursday, 1 March 2018

7:00 pm meeting (6:30 pm to order dinner if you want it)

Agenda will be available at the meeting

Financial statement will be emailed or presented at the meeting. Please RSVP (especially RCMs and Executive Board)

Location:
Denny’s Restaurant

Meeting room in Back
4020 Belmont Avenue
Liberty Township

Feb 142018
 

2018


YSU Planetarium (FREE)

Legends of the Night Sky: Orion
Saturday, March 10 @ 2:00pm
Overview:
Accompanied by narrators Aesop the owl and Socrates the mouse, we follow Orion’s adventures as he grows to manhood, battles mythical beasts, foils the plot of an evil king and wins the heart of Artemis, the beautiful moon-goddess. By the end of the story, we learn how the constellation Orion was placed in the sky, forever turning overhead throughout the seasons.


Butler Institute of American Art (FREE)

524 Wick Ave.  (East Edge of Campus)   330-743-1107

Open 11:00 am to 4 pm


OH WOW! Children’s Museum ($8.00 per person)

Hands on Children’s Museum

11W. Federal Street (Downtown, 5 blocks from Campus)  330-744-5914

Open: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.


Arm’s Family Museum

648 Wick Ave   330-743-2589

12 pm-4 pm; $7 adults; $6 seniors; $5 under 18 


Restaurants


YSU Candy Counter; Kilcawley Center

8:00am-4:00pm


Chik-Fil-A; Kilcawley Center

10:00am-6:00pm


Cassese’s MVR; 410 Walnut St

330-746-7067

11:00am-10:00pm


Charlie Staples Bar-B-Que; 372 Rayen Ave

330-743-7427

11:00am-2:00pm


Hot Head Burritos; 315 Elm St

330-480-0847

10:30am-8:00pm


Inner Circle Pizza YSU; 318 Elm St

330-744-5448

12:00pm-11:00pm


Jimmy John’s; 131 Lincoln Ave

330-743-4000

11:00am-7:00pm


McDonald’s; 570 5th Ave

330-743-6112

open 24 hours


Subway; 210 W Rayen Ave

330-746-3924

7:00am-8:00pm


Suzie’s Dogs & Drafts; 32 N Phelps St

234-228-9158

11:00am-4:00am


O’Donold’s Downtown; 122 W Federal St

330-743-0007

11:00am-2:30am