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SUMMER HELP: Eber rises to ‘power’

May 15, 2013

Foster Eber, a CCHS senior, will graduate and travel to Cedar Point for a summer job as a ride operator. He has visited the park for numerous years with his family. Pictured is Eber, left, riding the “Millennium Force” with Audrey Persons. Photo contributed

Editor’s note: The following is a series highlighting unique summer jobs to be held by area students.

COLUMBIA CITY — Although students view the weeks between school ending and school beginning as a vacation, summer jobs can be a temporary way for students to earn cash.

For Foster Eber, a Columbia City High School senior, the weeks between graduation and starting his freshman year at Ball State University will be spent working.

However, he won’t just have any job. He’ll be employed at one of his favorite summer spots — Cedar Point, an amusement park in Sandusky, Ohio.

He’ll be operating the ride “Power Tower” at the park.

“Who wouldn’t want to work at an amusement park? It is the coolest place,” Eber said. “Every year we go as a family. It’s one of the best things we do all summer.”

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