In addition to the Ice Bucket challenge for ALS, you can show your support to this great cause by stocking Apollo color filters. Contact your Apollo representative today to place your order for AP1100 Hard Diffusion and AP2000 Apollo Blue Full CTB color filters. $5.99 a sheet cannot be beat!
The first celebrated U.S. Labor Day was on Tuesday September 5, 1882 in NYC. It was planned by the Central Labor Union.•10,000 workers took unpaid leave and marched from City Hall to 42nd street – ending in Wendel’s Elm Park for a concert, picnic, and speeches.
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Arrangements have been made for Brett’s wife Natalie. Click here for complete details and guest book.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Fort Wayne Community Schools is mourning the loss of a teacher who died over the weekend while in Kosciusko County with her husband.
Indiana Department of Natural Resources officers said Natalie Zellers, 38, of Fort Wayne, was swimming with her husband in Silver Lake on Saturday. Both were using life jackets. Zellers and her husband got into a boat, where they both removed the life jackets. At one point, Zellers was standing up in the boat, fell backward into the water, went under, and never resurfaced. Investigators said her husband went in after her, but couldn’t get to her. Conservation officers found her body in 22 feet of water three hours later.
Zellers’ death comes two weeks before students head back to school at FWCS.
“We’re all very sad and trying to imagine how we will fill that hole that she left,” said Pam Musick, FWCS Assistant Superintendent of Elementary.
Zellers was a second grade teacher at Washington Center Elementary School off of Wallen Road. Musick said she has been at the school for a few years, but has taught at a couple other elementary schools across the district before coming to Washington Center. Musick said everyone across the district is heavily impacted by her death, especially with school starting back in two weeks.
“We did get the teachers together yesterday for a staff gathering so we could console each other and try to process what happened,” said Musick.
As teachers and staff gathered Sunday, Musick said everyone focused on Zellers’ personality and her close attention to details.
“She was just the little life to the party at the school and cared so much about everything being just right for her students,” Musick said.
FWCS administrators said former students who had her before will have a piece of her. They said they will always remember her smile and sensor of humor.
Musick said grief counselors will be on hand for staff, teachers and students for the next few weeks.
The AVERE™ 4UV from Apollo Design Technology is the next generation in compact UV LED fixtures. The light has a sleek yet solid look and is built in the U.S.A. from machined aircraft-grade aluminum. An outdoor rated, fanless fixture that provides high output with a low weight and excellent build quality are just a few of the features that set this striking fixture apart.
Please keep Apollo Design friend and co-worker, Brett Zellers, in your thoughts and prayers. His wife, Natalie died in a boating accident on Saturday. We will provide information on the memorial as it becomes available.
- Joel Nichols
You talked. We listened. The Little Focus 5 has been reengineered in direct response to your feedback and two new sizes –3″ and 6″– were added to the collection. New features were added without sacrificing the contemporary aesthetics of the wrench.
- NEW wing nut opening in the center
- MOVE pan nut opening to the outside for better leverage
- ADD opening for a lanyard
The Wrenches feature sheet provides additional information. (click here)
Today is considered to be National Tapioca Pudding Day along with Gummi Worm Day!!!
So grab your tapioca pudding and gummi worms and have yourself a sweet treat!