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Local News: Lake Windsor
- The Fisher family recently moved into Lake Windsor Downs.
- The father is the new Deputy Director of Civil Engineering.
- The mother, Caroline Fisher, serves on the Architectural Committee of the Homeowners Association of Lake Windsor Downs.
- The elder son, Erik Fisher, is the new placekicker of the Lake Windsor High football team, the Lake Windsor Seagulls.
- The younger son, Paul Fisher, is trying to get a spot on the Lake Windsor Middle soccer team, although it's hard due to his disability.
- Mike Costello died at football practice due to electrocution.
- Erik Fisher is a new student at Lake Windsor High.
- Paul Fisher is a new student at Lake Windsor Middle.
- Caroline Fisher has began a crusade to end afternoon practices during thunderstorms due to the death of Mike Costello.
- The muck fires are still burning.
Person Feature: Paul and Erik Fisher
A similarity is that they both share the same last name, parents, and house. They both play sports, but Erik plays football and Paul plays soccer.
Obituary: Mike Costello
The events of the death followed like so: Mike Costello had been at practice, and was taking a rest, leaning on the goalpost, when it was struck by lightning and he was killed.
MOYA Issues: Tangerine
Another issue is bullying. Paul is weird looking, with his thick glasses. So, his brother Erik and his friends make fun of him, calling him names like Eclipse Boy. And, although they probably wouldn't admit it, his own friends look down on him a little bit.
Another issue is the need to be recognized. People look down on Paul because of his disabilities. And even though he is an extremely talented goalie, the soccer coach is hesitant to let him join. When he first shows up to tryouts, other kids taunt him for his sports goggles, asking if he's here to model sportswear or play. When he turns out to be a good player, the others are surprised.
Sunday, Oct. 18th, 4:15pm
Lake Windsor Middle School
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LAKE WINDSOR MIDDLE SCHOOL IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INJURIES OR DEATHS THAT MAY OCCUR AS A RESULT OF THIS EVENT. IF YOUR CHILD IS PRONE TO INJURIES AND ACCIDENTS, DO NOT BRING HIM/HER. IF YOUR CHILD HAS ANY PHYSICAL DISABILITIES, YOU ARE STRONGLY ADVISED NOT TO BRING HIM/HER. AGAIN, WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DEATHS AND INJURIES THAT MAY OCCUR.
So remember! Bring $10, your gear, and a parent to take part in GoalieFest 2015! May the best goalie win!