Starting at 9AM on Saturday, teachers, students and parents gathered at Lima Senior High School to collect informational door hangers before heading out to the streets. 17-year-old Broderick Williamson spent his Saturday going door to door with classmates. Unable to vote in this year's election, Williamson says he would vote yes if he could, but is doing his part nonetheless, going door to door to urge people to vote yes.
Also doing her part, Social Studies Teacher Harmony Brenneman, who took on the task of visiting nearly 200 homes. Harmony teaches her students in the classroom about the importance of voting, and going door to door this weekend allowed her to spread that same message to residents.
With ten days till election day, Event Coordinator Corrie Reed hopes this weekend's effort is that one final push that leads to residents supporting the levy.
Heather Sharp hitting the streets early Saturday morning. For Heather, it's all about the students, students that will be affected by the levy.
If you are a registered voter and did not receive a door hanger on Saturday, you are asked not to worry, as volunteers expect to finish passing out their hangers by the end of the week.