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Evans City 5-6 Middle School hosted its fair on Oct. 21 and Haine 5-6 Middle School will have its fair on Nov. 10. As an added bonus, Steinmetz said it’s a special time for parents and their children to bond. Parents get to create memories with their kids and the kids are really proud of their parents, Steinmetz said. These are memories they’ll remember forever. Sixth grader Grant Hoover said learning about the different jobs helped him feel more prepared for the future. You get a preview because there are so many jobs, he said. Presenters included firefighters, nurses, chefs, engineers, sales managers and an orthodontist. Laura Kellar, a horticulturalist and owner of Kellar Farms Nursery, presented information about running the family-owned nursery which sells ornamental plants and vegetables. Kellar’s daughter, Gretchen, is a sixth grader at Evans City; she also has a son in third grade.
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Docs Concerned About Vikings QBs Injury by Ricky Doyle on Mon, Oct 24, 2016 at 1:22PM 1,095 Tweet Teddy Bridgewaters career might be in jeopardy. The Minnesota Vikings quarterback is sidelined for the entire 2016 season after suffering a serious knee injury during a non-contact drill at practice on Aug. 30, and theres apparently some concern over whether hell ever find his way back onto an NFL gridiron. Teddy Bridgewater continues to rehab in Minnesota and he is making progress. Nearly two months after he dislocated his knee, Bridgewater is making strides and Vikings officials are pleased with where hes at, ESPNs Adam Schefter reported Sunday on NFL Countdown, per CBS Sports Will Brinson. But other doctors around the league know there are no guarantees Bridgewater will be able to return to the type of quarterback he was, if he makes it back to the NFL at all. As one doctor whos worked with NFL teams said this week, If he didnt make it back, it wouldnt surprise me. This is a bad injury, about the worst knee injury a player can have. With the exception of Sundays loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, the Vikings havent skipped a beat in Bridgewaters absence. The reigning NFC North champions are off to a 5-1 start thanks to their vaunted defense, and quarterback Sam Bradford, who was acquired from the Eagles following Bridgewaters injury, has been solid for the most part this season. Still, the idea that Bridgewater might never be the same, if he makes it back to the NFL at all, is troubling. The former first-round pick made strides in his sophomore season in 2015, solidifying himself as one of the leagues better up-and-coming signal-callers, and he looked like a breakout candidate for this season before suffering the gruesome injury.
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