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Wednesday, January 09, 2013 8:16 PM

Photo by Matt Bristow/The Ottawa Herald


Ottawa High School senior Erika Doty is hoisted Wednesday from a hospital bed, using a ceiling lift, by senior Shelby Ferguson, while her senior classmates Katlyne Schulz and Melani Grey look on during the health care portion of the OHS Day on the Job event at Ransom Memorial Hospital, 1301 S. Main St., Ottawa. Some of the students spent part of the day at the hospital, interacting with health care personnel and experiencing what the medical field has to offer for future employment.

OHS students get glimpse of Ottawa workforce, careers [With Video]

By DOUG CARDER, Herald Staff Writer

“Life is a series of choices strung together,” Derek Chappell, Ottawa attorney, told Ottawa High School seniors Wednesday afternoon during a reception at Ottawa University.

“Your future is right now. Your choices are in front of you,” Chappell, a 1983 OHS graduate and keynote speaker, told the senior class during the wrap-up session of the 2013 Ottawa High School Day on the Job event, which took place throughout the community.

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