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VOLUME 76, NUMBER 26 – JUNE 25, 2015
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ROSSFORD, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO
Student creativity brings ‘Little Rossford’ alive
Before school finished for
the year, Sue Grod’s fourth
grade class at All Saints
Catholic School created an
illuminated version of downtown Rossford.
The students presented
their projects to Rossford
Mayor Neil MacKinnon III,
retiring City Administrator
Ed Ciecka and new City
Administrator Mike Scott.
They shared their knowledge of the history of “Little
Rossford” and illuminated
the town with their electrical
creative skills.
Above
left,
Allison
Kulmatycki shows off her
construction of the Rossford
library. Above right, Alaina
Schaefer displays her construction of the high school.
At left is the class with
Mrs. Grod, Mr. Ciecka, Mr.
Scott and Mayor MacKinnon.
The students are Lily Reimer,
Mia Jones, Alaina Schaefer,
Julia Reichert, Isabell Ashley,
Anna
Timbrook,
Gage
Shultz, Mary Ellis, Leah Yost,
Alexis Schaefer, Jackson
Hinz, Ellie Eberly, Noah
Stuck, Justin Hire and
Allison Kulmatycki.
Trustees address drainage issues on township roads
By Jane Maiolo
When it rains, it pours,
and the recent heavy storms
rolling through northwest
Ohio have exposed problems with drainage along
several
Perrysburg
Township roads.
At the June 17 meeting,
Trustee
Gary
Britten
explained that drainage
issues have surfaced on 3rd
Street, Hufford Road and
Woodland Avenue. The
issue has been compounded
by the unusually heavy rainfall over the past few weeks.
He attributes some of the
problems to design issues
when the roads were redone.
On 3rd Street in Ampoint
Industrial Park, the trustee
said the swale is not at the
proper depth. “The top of
the swale is the same height
as the field.”
He proposed adding
another basin to alleviate the
problem.
On Hufford, Mr. Britten
believes the new storm
sewer basins are too low and
is recommending the addition of risers under the lids
to elevate them and grading
the area around the basins.
He expressed concern
that the current design puts
motorists at risk of a rollover.
Woodland
between
Georgia Road and Hufford
slopes downhill with the
slope meeting at a resident’s
driveway.
As a result, water settles
at the base of the driveway
and could pose a problem in
winter when the water
freezes, Mr. Britten said.
He believes the solution
to the issue may be to add
one or two basins for the
runoff.
The trustee said he spoke
with maintenance supervisor Kraig Gottfried briefly
and will meet with him
again to see what can be
done to resolve the problems.
“We need to address
these,” he added.
In another road issue,
recreation director Bob
Warnimont, of Georgia
Road, asked the trustees to
look into repairing the road
at the Carolina Avenue
intersection.
The road was torn up to
repair a waterline break last
winter. “It’s like a speed
bump with the repair.”
Mr. Warnimont is concerned about the township
infrastructure overall. “I
think it’s time we take a
closer look at our roads. We
have some good roads and
some bad ones.”
He noted that there are
issues on Hufford at
Graystone Hall involving
gravel from the berm.
“When it rains, it washes
gravel into the yards,” he
said.
Mr. Britten responded
that he would look into the
problems with Mr. Gottfried.
Other Business
In other business, the
trustees:
•Heard from Police Chief
Mark Hetrick that the
department
received
$22,826 from the U.S. marshal’s office for a drug case.
•Agreed to sell at ABC
Auto Auction a 2010 detective’s vehicle. The chief
believes the department will
receive at least $2,500 for
the car.
•Authorized township
administrator Walt Celley to
By Beth Church
Penta Career Center’s top
two administrators will be
retiring this year, but have
been rehired for several more
years.
At a June 10 meeting, the
Penta board of education
voted unanimously to approve
contracts for Superintendent
Ron Matter and Treasurer
Carrie Herringshaw.
Board members met in
executive session for 15 minutes, and did not comment
before voting on the decision.
Mr. Matter’s contract runs
from August 1, 2015 to July
31, 2018, with an annual
salary of $120,000.
Mrs. Herringshaw’s contact covers the period from
January 2, 2016 through July
31, 2019, with an annual
salary of $111,000.
After the meeting, Penta
board president William
Green said Mr. Matter and
Mrs. Herringshaw have “key
institutional knowledge” and
are known at the local regional and state levels for their
experience and expertise.
“Superintendent Matter is
highly visible and wellrespected in the community as
he promotes career-technical
education,” Mr.
Green
explained.
“Treasurer Herringshaw
has provided financial leadership that has allowed the district to maintain its financial
security without asking voters
for additional operating
money.”
Another reason the board
agreed to the retire/rehire plan
was a savings of $138,000
during the period of the two
contracts, Mr. Green said.
The salaries of the two
administrators
will
not
increase during that time,
either, he noted.
“And it allows for a succession plan for each position,” Mr. Green said. “Their
contracts are not expiring on
the same date.”
Personnel Matters
The board made the following personnel decisions:
•Suspended the contract of
Krysteena Brown-Lawrence,
satellite agriculture education
instructor at Oak Harbor,
through the reduction in force
section of the negotiated
agreement, based on insufficient enrollment in the program.
•Accepted resignations
from Laura Fritch, secretary,
effective June 22; Michael
Harrigan, CBI instructor,
effective at the end of 2014-15
and upon hire as assistant
supervisor student affairs
office; Sonia Herman, math
instructor, and Michael Knitz,
HVAC/R piping technology
instructor, both effective at the
end of 2014-15; Erin
Reynolds, intervention specialist, effective May 29.
•Approved employment of
Margaret Carstensen, cafeteria worker, $11.47 per hour,
for 2015-16; and job coaches
for 2015-16–Amber Gonyer
and John McClure, $14.86;
Cheryl Schober and Tina
Vogelpohl, $17.21; Roger
Schultze, $16.63, and Jody
Schwalbe, $12.65.
•Approved employment of
Jason Biniker, career technical
instructor, marketing, $57,802
for 2015-16; Karena Cook,
intervention
specialist,
$40,314 for 2015-16; Rachel
Hack,
math
instructor,
$40,314 for 2015-16; Michael
Harrigan, assistant supervisor
student
affairs
office,
$65,958.00 effective July 1;
Tracy Hammer, career technical instructor, medical technologies, $57,802, and Kelly
Strahm, instructor for 2015
Summer OGT prep,, ALEK
Enrichment or STEM camp,
$27 per hour.
•Approved employment of
adult
education
ABLE
instructors, $20 per hour, July
1, 2015 through June 30,
Penta superintendent, treasurer retire
and are re-hired for three more years
See PENTA on page 3Á
our Service
People
work with the insurance
company to have a police
cruiser declared totaled.
The vehicle was in an
accident several weeks ago
on I-75 and sustained damages in excess of $23,000.
The trustees also gave
the police chief approval to
research the cost for a
replacement vehicle. The
officer involved in the accident is being treated for his
injuries.
•Heard
from
Mr.
Warnimont that work on the
playground at Perrysburg
Heights
Community
Association has begun using
funds from a Wood County
Park District grant.
The township is laying a
safer surface and border
around the playground
equipment.
See TRUSTEES on page 3Á
By Beth Church
In the wake of releasing a
proposal to move Rossford
High School students to the
Owens Community College
campus, school district officials are looking at several
options for school facilities.
The move is part of a plan
to revitalize downtown
Rossford and provide new
school facilities that was presented at a June 10 public
forum.
At the June 15 meeting of
the Rossford Board of
Education, Superintendent
Dan Creps announced that the
plan would be postponed and
not take place for the 2015-16
school year.
Board president Ken
Sutter will be scheduling a
board workshop meeting in
early July to discuss the
options.
“At the forum, we collected a lot of questions and concerns, and we’re working on
getting answers to those,” Mr.
Creps said.
The multi-part plan would:
•move RHS students to an
Owens Community College
building;
•construct a new K-8
school building at Glenwood;
•tear down the high school
and junior high buildings and
offer developers the opportunity to build an urban lifestyle
center;
•build an administrative
building on the site of Bulldog
Center, that would be shared
by the city, school district and
CVB, and
•build a maintenance facility on Wales Road, shared by
the schools and city.
Personnel Matters
The board of education
took the following action concerning personnel:
•Issued a two-year administrative contract to Patrick
Murtha as RHS assistant principal/athletic director, effective August 1, 2015, through
July 31, 2017.
“He was a former athletic
director at another district, and
has extensive experience as
assistant principal,” Mr. Creps
explained. “And he has excellent knowledge of our athletic
programs and the community.
He knows the students–it all
made him a perfect fit for the
position.”
At an April meeting, the
school board voted to lay off
the RHS assistant principal
and the athletic director and
combine the positions into
one for next year.
Mr. Murtha has served as
assistant principal for 11 years
and Ken Rosplohowski as athletic director for four years.
The decision saves the district $75,000 for the athletic
director’s salary.
Mr. Creps said Mr. Murtha
will continue to receive his
current salary, although “he is
picking up additional duties.”
•Accepted the retirement
resignation of Jeff Culler,
transportation director, effective December 23.
Mr. Creps said Mr. Culler
has accumulated 35 years in
the public retirement system
and has decided to retire.
“It is a position we’ll need
to replace,” the superintendent explained.
He believes an interim
transportation director will be
hired for the summer while
the position is posted.
•Accepted the resignation
of Judy Sobanski, junior high
secretary, effective June 19;
and Kristen Pomorski, high
school teacher, effective at the
end of 2014-15;
•Accepted the retirement
resignations of the following
classified personnel: Randy
Taylor, bus driver, effective
June 2; and Mary Ann
Wittman, RHS cook/cashier,
effective July 1.
•Approved the employment of classified personnel
for 2015-16–Ralph Beck, bus
driver, 4.25 hours, $21.31 per
hour; John Kerekes, bus driver, 4.25 hours, $20.54 per
hour, both effective August 19.
•Issued supplemental contracts for 2014-15 to Chuck
Cox, Deborah Pitzen, Scott
Dorn and Rachel Hood,
NWOi3 curriculum writers,
$5,000 each; Carrie Rathsack
NWOi3 district project manager, $5,000, and Sue
Bowman, extended school
year services as one-on-one
paraprofessional, June 10 to
July 16, $17.38 per hour.
•Issued supplemental contracts for 2015-16 to Jane
Werbylo, five days extended
time, per diem rate; Crystal
Murtha, junior high student
council, $789; Stephen
Doughten, building technology representative, $2,761;
Kelly Clarson and Rachel
Hood, junior high yearbook,
$788.50 each; Kelly Clarson,
junior high Art Club, $789;
Briana Rothbard, junior high
Teen Institute, $1,183; Laura
Feldkamp, junior high department head language arts/reading, $1,577; Kelly Clarson,
department head special education/PE/art, $1,577; Sue
Swartz, department head
social studies/health/music/
FACS, $1,577; Daniel Evarts,
department head math/science, $1,577; and Pat Biniker,
Kathy Herman, Sue Swartz,
Briana Rothbard, Kelly
Clarson,
Sherri
Johns,
Stephen Doughten, Andrea
Crippen, intervention assistance team, $27.69 per hour.
•Approved the following
classified personnel transfers
and layoffs for 2015-16
school year–Linda Czubinski,
whose paraprofessional/ educational aide position at
Glenwood was eliminated,
bumped Lori Thomas, fourhour library/clinic aide position at Glenwood; Lori
Thomas
bumped
Traci
Cortese from her second position, the two-hour cook/
cashier at Glenwood; Lisa
Gangwer-Kohl bumped Adel
Santellana from her second
position, the two-hour playground aide position at
Glenwood; Mary Meek
declined a second position;
Traci Cortese accepted the
two- hour playground aide at
Eagle Point as her second
position; Michelle Millsaps
and Adel Santellana were left
without a second position;
Cheryl Rodgers accepted a
voluntary layoff; all effective
August 19.
•Rescinded a supplemental
contract issued to Pam Rangel
for building checks for the
administration building, student services and Bulldog
Center for 2015-16; previously approved on May 18.
•Approved revised supplemental contract to Katie
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Grinonneau to provide 7.5
hours of reading instruction
and 7.5 hours of math instruction for extended school year
services for an elementary student, effective June 8 through
August 14; previously at 4.5
hours each of reading and
math instruction.
•Approved a $25 per hour
stipend for teachers who
attend year end data analysis
(short cycle assessments,
STAR and OAA results),
building leadership team
meetings, units of study
development year end data
analysis, assessment development meetings, district
instructional enhancement
trainings, and district leadership team meetings outside of
the contract period.
•Entered into an agreement
with the Educational Service
Center of Lake Erie West
(ESCLEW) for at large school
improvement consultant services for 2015-16.
•Entered into an agreement
with ESCLEW for psychological, speech language pathologist, adapted physical education, occupational therapy,
physical therapy, audiologist,
supplemental services-deaf
and hard of hearing, and supplemental services-visually
impaired services for 201516.
Other Business
In other business, the
board:
•Waived the requirement
for career tech programming
for students in grades 7 and 8
for 2015-2016.
•Entered into an agreement
with
Northwest
Ohio
Computer Association for
technical services for 201516.
See SCHOOL on page 3Á
TARTA survey asks opinions
on how riders purchase fares
TARTA is reaching out to
bus riders and community
members for input as the
agency prepares to update its
fleet with new fare boxes and
improve how bus fare is purchased.
“The new fare boxes will
have expanded capability to
accept different kinds of payment methods,” said Steve
Atkinson, director of marketing for TARTA.
TARTA is interested in
gaining feedback on how customers currently pay for their
fares and if they would like to
use other methods, such as a
smartphone application or a
stored-value
card,
he
explained.
TARTA tokens will continue to be accepted as fare.
The public transportation
system also is asking customers where they currently
purchase bus fare and for
which services.
The nine-question survey
is available at the website
TARTA.com/survey.
TARTA can be contacted
by calling 419-243-RIDE
(7433) or visiting its website,
TARTA.com.
As of Monday, July 6,
new fee increases for riding
the bus will go into effect.
The new fares are:
•Adults: cash $1.25 for all
TARTA routes. (currently $1)
•Call-A-Ride: $1.25 (currently $1)
•Children under age 6 with
adult (limit two): free. (No
change)
•Tokens, roll of 25: $28.25
•Weekly pass: $12.50;
unlimited use by any one person within week indicated on
pass. (currently $10)
•Monthly
pass: $50;
unlimited use by any one person within month indicated on
pass. (currently $40)
•Senior citizens: Cash 60
cents; Medicare card or
TARTA identification card
required. Hours are not
restricted. (currently 50 cents)
•Senior/Disabled weekly
pass: $6.25; unlimited use by
any one person within week
indicated on pass. (currently
$5)
•Senior/Disabled monthly
pass: $25; unlimited use by
any one person within week
indicated on pass. (currently
$20)
•People with disabilities:
cash 60 cents (with Medicare
card or TARTA reduced fare
identification card). (currently
50 cents)
•TARPS/ADA: $2.50 per
trip, $5 round trip. (currently
$2, $4 round trip)
•TARPS/ADA
20-trip
passes: $50 (currently $40)
•TARPS/ADA
10-trip
passes: $25 (currently $20)
•Mud Hens/Walleye: $1.25
(currently $1)
In addition, the public transit service is implementing
TARTA Tracker, a GPS-based
tool that provides real-time
bus route information at
TARTAtracker.com.
It also is updating buses so
all have bike racks and are
fully wheelchair accessible.
Journal readers are everywhere
From there to here, from here to there, Rossford Record Journal
readers are everywhere.
A group of area residents recently enjoyed a bus trip to New York
City through Let’s Travel Too. Nancy Rust and Cheryl Garlow were
guides for 52 people on the trip. They first stopped to see the Liberty
Bell in Philadelphia, then on to the Big Apple and back to Hershey,
Pennsylvania to visit the Hershey chocolate factory.
“In New York City, we enjoyed the 9-11 Memorial, Times Square,
Central Park, Grand Central Station, Wall Street, China Town, Little
Italy, Macy’s and other historic sites,” Mrs. Rust explained.
The Record Journal invites all readers to submit photos of themselves with family and friends reading the paper wherever they
are–whether that is the New York or Old Man’s Cave. Try to include a
familiar background or unique scenery.
Photos may be submitted by email to [email protected], or sent
by mail to Rossford Record Journal, 117 East Second Street,
Perrysburg, Ohio 43551.
Please note the names of the people in the photo and their hometowns, businesses or schools, as well as any other details about the
trip and a daytime telephone number.
Letters to the Editor
Page 2 — June 25, 2015 — ROSSFORD RECORD JOURNAL
Dear Editor:
I disagree with moving
the junior high and high
school to the Owens campus.
If the city then demolishes these schools, Rossford will become a ghost
town with no activity in the
downtown district. Putting
a special type of mall with
green space, rentals and
retail will not thrive.
Rossford has never been
able to sustain a fullfledged grocery store, Tshirt store, tattoo parlor,
pawn store, cigar store,
dime store and an electronic
cigarette store. Also, our
latest hair salon is now
closed.
As for selling the two
grade schools to developers, please note there is a
grade school on Andrus
Road in Northwood and a
grade school in Walbridge
that are empty.
St. Cyril’s grade school
on Maple Street is still
empty and awaiting renovation. Please let’s renovate
the beautiful high school
building on the highway
and keep our high school
students in town.
Catherine Crampton
Letters
to the
Editor
The weekly deadline
for Letters to the Editor
is noon on Monday.
Letters should be limited to 300 words. Letters from the same
writer will be accepted
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than every 30 days.
Due to limited space,
coverage of community news and production
costs, only two letters
regarding a certain
issue will be printed
each week. All other
letters will be posted
on the newspaper ’s
Web site, www.ross
ford.com.
The
newspaper
reserves the right to
accept or reject letters,
and to edit them for
clarity and length. Letters should be submitted with the author’s
name, signature and
daytime telephone
number.
know one day I will no longer
be here, but I hope that maybe
someone will find a way to let
me stay as I sure would love
to celebrate my 100th birthday
here.
Hope to see you in August
2025. Bring the kids and I
would love it if you would
sing my song to me. You
know the one that goes, “My
heart is with you Rossford
High...” Gee, I love that song.
Go Bulldogs!
Judy Sikorski
Dear Editor:
Happy birthday to me in
2025—everyone is invited!
Remember me? My name is
RHS. I was born in 1925 here
in Rossford. I hear there is
some discussion about my
being old and worn out and
getting pretty useless.
I can’t say it was my fault
that I got in this condition. I
tried to keep from growing
mold and rust, but I had no
way to stop it. I was hoping
someone would come and fix
me, but I guess they felt I wasn’t worth the effort.
I would like to say that I
have really enjoyed it when
the kids performed on my
stage. Wow, the music and the
dancing–it was fantastic, and I
didn’t even mind when they
scuffed up my floor. I overheard that one of the actors
went on to fame and fortune in
Hollywood. I wonder if I had
anything to do with that?
In another couple of
months, the new senior class
will have the honor of using
my steps for the first time. I
love seeing them walk up my
steps–so proud and ready to
take on the world. I like to
think of my steps as the stairway to their future.
But time marches on and I
Dear Editor:
As proud members of the
Rossford community, we are
dismayed with the conditions
of our streets, particularly
Superior and Dixie Highway.
The results of the sewer
project and poor patching job
has left the roads riddled with
holes, cracks and they are
dangerous for joggers, walkers and bikers.
Visitors and potential
homeowners to our community are appalled.
Let’s continue to beautify
Rossford, to attract new families to our town who support
our community and our
schools.
Jeanne and Dave Halada
The Ohio State Highway
Patrol Bowling Green post is
investigating a motorcycle
traffic crash that occurred June
16, at 7 p.m., on I-75 in Rossford.
Scott Sinclair, 43, of Toledo, was driving a 2005 Honda
motorcycle southbound on I75 and attempted to change
lanes when he lost control and
was ejected, according to
Lieutenant Jerrod Savidge of
the highway patrol.
“After being ejected from
the motorcycle, Mr. Sinclair
came to rest in the right lane of
I-75 southbound, and the
motorcycle came to rest on the
left side of the road,” the lieutenant explained.
Mr. Sinclair received serious injuries from the crash and
was transported to Mercy St.
Vincent Medical Center.
The motorcycle sustained
minor damage and was towed
from the scene.
The highway patrol was
assisted at the scene by Rossford Police and Fire/EMS
departments.
Alcohol was not a factor in
the crash, Lt. Savidge said, and
Mr. Sinclair was not wearing a
helmet at the time of the crash.
The crash remains under
investigation.
Children visit with local
police, fire ‘super heroes’
Sen. Sherrod Brown presses USPS to cancel
consolidation of Toledo processing center
During a meeting with the
Deputy Postmaster General
Ronald Stroman, U.S. Senator
Sherrod Brown pressed for the
cancelation of plans to consolidate dozens of U.S. Postal
Service (USPS) processing
centers nationwide, including
the processing center in Toledo.
“Ohioans rely on USPS for
timely delivery of prescription
drugs, small business shipments across the country, and
to manage their bills and
finances,” said Sen. Brown. “I
hope USPS will take its customers into account and
decide not to close down these
On June 10, more than 70 facilities.”
local residents joined the
In a December 2014 letter
kickoff of the Rossford
Library’s Summer Reading
Club. The event featured
Rossford’s “super heroes”
from the police and fire/ EMS
departments.
Children and their parents
explored emergency vehicles
and equipment, and talked
with local heroes. The theme
for the reading club is “Every
Hero Has a Story.”
to then Postmaster General
Patrick Donahoe, Sen. Brown
requested that USPS delay
consolidation of up to 82 mail
processing facilities nationally.
The letter followed a
report by the U.S. Postal Service, Office of Inspector General that found the USPS failed
to fulfill its obligations to
study the impact of consolidation and properly notify local
customers of these changes.
Without completion of these
studies, local communities
and customers are unable to
fully anticipate the effects closures or consolidations may
have in their community.
Announcements
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births, engagements, weddings and anniversaries. There is a
$15 fee to include a photo.
All announcements also will appear for free on the Journal’s Web site: www.rossford.com. The Journal reserves the
right to edit content to conform to the newspaper’s style.
Submissions are due with payment by 10 a.m. Tuesday
for each week’s edition.
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Fort Meigs celebration July 4-5 Safe Communities remind everyone to ‘buckle up’
Fort Meigs will celebrate Independence Day
1813 on July 4 and 5. Visitors will experience music,
games, musket demonstrations and cannon firings.
Soldiers and civilians
from the War of 1812 will
provide hands-on activities
and weapons demonstrations. A recreation of the
original 1813 Independence
Day celebration will be
held at 2 p.m. Soldiers will
fire the cannons 18 times,
re-create the original toasts
to the nation given in 1813,
and play fife and drum
music. The site will be
open from noon to 5 p.m.
Event admission is $8
for adults, $7 for seniors,
and $4 for children ages 6
to 18. OHS members and
children age 5 and younger
are admitted free.
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Wood County Safe Communities reports there have
been five fatal crashes in
Wood County for the year of
2015. This is two more compared to the same time period in 2014.
This month, Wood County Safe Communities highlights the importance of seat
belt usage for tweens, ages
8-14. Life as a parent is full
of compromises, however
seat belt safety for tweens is
not up for negotiation,
“Never Give Up Until They
Buckle Up.”
Nationally, one child passenger between 8 and 14 is
injured every eight minutes
in a car crash. Each time a
person wears a seat belt, the
chance of fatal or serious
injury is reduced.
The Rossford High
School Class of 1970 will
hold its 45-year reunion
August 21-22.
A golf outing for classmates and their spouses will
be held August 21, at Forrest
Creason Golf Course in
Bowling Green. The tee time
is 9 a.m. For reservations,
call Bernie Liedigk at 419704-0583 or send an email
to [email protected]
A social hour will follow
at 6 p.m., at Maumee Bay
Brewing Company, 27
Broadway Street, Toledo.
On August 22, an informal outdoor class reunion
will begin at 3 pm.., at the
The Board of Trustees of
the Rossford Public Library
is seeking individuals who
are interested in consideration for a position on the
library board.
The board meets on the
fourth Wednesday of each
month at 6 p.m.
Interested parties must
reside within the Rossford
Exempted Village School
district and should submit
letters of interest to the
library by Saturday, July 11,
to the attention of Jeannine
Wilbarger, director, 720
Dixie Highway, Rossford,
Ohio 43460.
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RHS Class of 1970 to hold
45-year class reunion Aug. 21-22
home of Diane Badik Gladieux, 24430 Hull Prairie
Road, Perrysburg.
Classmates are asked to
bring a dish to share and
their own beverages. The
committee is asking for a
$20 donation to help defray
the cost of the tent, tables
and chairs.
A block of rooms has
been reserved at the Holiday
Inn French Quarter in Perrysburg.
For reservations, call
419-874-3111 by July 28, to
receive the discounted room
rate. Mention Rossford High
School Class of 1970 to
receive the discount.
Waite reunion
Applicants
set for Aug. 15
sought for
The Waite High School
Class of 1975 will hold a
library board casual
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702 Commerce Drive
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In Wood County, seat
belt usage is only 74.9 percent in contrast to the
national average of 87 percent.
Parents are powerful role
models to their tweens who
learn driving habits through
observation. By role modeling seat belt safety and setting rules for the car, parents
can help save a life.
brate 40 years on Saturday,
August 15, from 6 to 11 p.m.,
at Christ Dunberger Post,
4925 Pickle Road, Oregon.
The cost is $15 per person
which covers the hall rental,
music, meat and drinks.
Classmates are asked to
bring a side dish to share and
a lawn chair to sit by the fire
after dark.
The maximum hall occupancy is 150. Reservations
should be made as soon as
possible. Checks can be
made payable to Waite Class
of 1975 and sent to Ed
Ramirez, 326 Hiett Avenue,
Toledo, Ohio 43609.
For more information, call
Mr. Ramirez at 419-699-2604
or Amy Townsend Bihn at
419-855-7100 or Judy
Richards Stewart at 419-3433367.
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$11.5 million settlement
reached over rock salt prices
On June 3, Ohio Attorney
General Mike DeWine announced an $11.5 million
settlement with Morton Salt
Inc. and Cargill Inc. to resolve allegations that the
companies conspired with
each other, causing state and
local governments to pay
higher prices on the rock salt
used to make icy roads safer
for travelers.
Under the settlement,
Morton and Cargill will pay
a combined $11.5 million,
most of which will be distributed to local government
entities throughout Ohio, the
Ohio Department of Transportation and the Ohio Turnpike Commission.
“This settlement is good
for Ohio taxpayers and the
local and state governments
who serve them,” Attorney
General DeWine said. “I am
pleased that Morton and
Cargill have agreed to resolve this lawsuit and will be
returning money to local
agencies and governments
who buy rock salt to help
keep Ohio’s roads clear during the winter months.”
The attorney general filed
an antitrust lawsuit against
Morton and Cargill on
March 21, 2012, in Tuscarawas County alleging that
the two companies divided
up the Ohio rock salt market
between themselves, agreeing not to compete with each
other and driving up rock salt
prices for about a decade,
ending in 2010.
The result of the alleged
conspiracy, according to the
attorney general, was that
ODOT and other government entities statewide paid
above-market prices for the
commodity.
Rock salt is the primary
method used by the state,
counties, and municipalities
to keep roads, highways, and
bridges clear of ice.
Each year, ODOT invites
companies to submit bids for
supplying rock salt in the
state. Bids are separated by
county, and public purchasers (such as counties or
municipalities) can choose to
participate in the program
and purchase salt under
terms of the ODOT contract
for their particular county.
Cargill and Morton are
two major producers of rock
salt in the United States and
the only two that mine rock
salt in Ohio for commercial
sale.
According to the attorney
general’s lawsuit, during the
alleged conspiracy period,
Cargill and Morton predetermined which company
would win particular bids in
Ohio, thus allocating customers between themselves
and driving up prices.
The alleged conspiracy
was especially hard on the
northern two thirds of the
state, where harsher winters
and
heavier
snowfall
amounts require far more tax
dollars to be spent on salt
and snow removal.
Under the settlement, the
payment will be distributed
by the attorney general’s office.
Local government entities will be contacted and
asked to submit documentation reflecting their purchases from Cargill or
Morton between 2008 and
2010, the period of time for
which the state was permitted to seek recovery in the
case.
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Rossford residents low-cost
neutering/spaying service for
cats, cat traps and advice to
residents about dealing with
feral cats.
The organization charges
$5 for spay/neuter and a rabies
vaccine for stray, outdoor cats.
This spring, Rossford City
Council accepted an offer
from Humane Ohio to reduce
the stray cat population in
town.
A feral cat is a cat that was
born on the streets and grew
up with little or no human
contact.
They are usually silent,
will not approach people and
are typically seen only from
dusk to dawn.
The organization has provided the following information to assist residents.
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or a rescue group for a friendly
stray cat and must leave it outside, or if the cat is feral, Humane Ohio believes the most
effective and humane approach is the “trap-neuter-return” (TNR) method.
TNR humanely reduces
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•Approved re-employment
of certified adult education
staff–Alex,
Drozdowicz,
$53,288; Rex Maze, $36,339;
Debra Morris, $62,475; Kandace York, $48,265.
•Adopted the 2015-16 student/parent handbook.
Jerry Gladieux, supervisor
of student affairs, said the primary change in the handbook
concerns credit for academic
work by students who have
more than six absences.
Previously, students could
receive no credit for work they
missed during an unexcused
SCHOOL
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•Entered into an agreement
with Ohio School Plan for
property, auto, liability, and violence insurance effective July
1, 2015, through July 1, 2016.
•Approved the new/revised
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at least half credit for the work
that is made up.
“It’s the best practice for
the kids,” he said, noting that
the school wants to assure that
students are working with and
learning the material.
Director Jeff Kurtz said the
new policy will affect about
150 to 200 students but does
not apply to students who are
absent due to disciplinary issues.
•Heard from Mr. Kurtz that
12 students are participating in
the online ALEK math enrichment program, and about 30
are attending a summer OGT
program.
“It’s more opportunity for
them to work with the material
and time to understand it,” he
added.
The STEM camp has completely filled, with about 100
students, and a VEX robotics
camp has 15 students enrolled
with the potential to take 60
students, Mr. Kurtz said.
He also told the board that
fall enrollment at Penta is estimated at 1,500.
The board’s next meeting
will be at 7:30 a.m., Monday,
June 29, at the board room,
9301 Buck Road, Perrysburg
Township.
The meeting is open to the
public.
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(New) Career Advising; Nonimmigrant Students and Foreign Exchange Students;
(Delete) Intra-District Open
Enrollment; Student Suicide;
Graduation Requirements; Authorization to Make Electronic
Fund Transfers, and Animals
on District Property.
•Approved the 2015-16
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the number of outdoor community cats by preventing
new litters.
Cats are trapped, spayed/
neutered, eartipped and returned to the area where they
were found.
“Eartipping,” a standard
nationwide practice, is a visual
way to identify outdoor cats
that have been spayed or
neutered. The top corner of the
cat’s left ear is clipped off
while the cat is already anesthetized for spay/neuter surgery.
Also, all cats and dogs
fixed by Humane Ohio are
marked with a small black or
green tattoo near their surgical
incision.
After they are fixed, cats
are returned to their neighborhoods.
They are territorial animals
and form strong bonds with
the location they see as home.
Moving a colony of feral cats–and convincing them to
stay–is a complex process.
Removing or killing cats
does not work. When the cats
are removed, new cats on the
outskirts will move in because
whatever drew the cats there
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originally has not changed
(garbage cans, dumpsters,
shelter).
Humane Ohio has received
calls from communities asking for help after they removed cats and saw the
numbers return after a year.
Feral cats only live about
two years, so once they are
spayed/neutered, the population should go down within
several years.
How Residents Can Help
•Have stray cats in your
neighborhood fixed at Humane Ohio. The staff can walk
you through the TNR process.
•Borrow an easy-to-use
humane trap from Humane
Ohio.
•Bring the cats in for
spay/neuter. Transportation
also can be provided by the
Wood County Humane Soci-
TRUSTEES
ÁContinued from page 1
•Discussed replacement
of a broken window at a
shed near the shelter house
on Lime City Road.
“We need to get that
fixed. It was supposed to be
done a year ago,” said Mr.
Britten.
•Authorized the installation of no parking signs on
Ft. Meigs Boulevard.
The trustees received a
request from property owners who have experienced
problems with nonresidents
parking along the street and
in yards.
•Agreed to send Kelly
Hemminger, zoning inspector, to the American Planning Association conference
in Toledo in September at a
cost not to exceed $300.
•Learned that the Perrysburg Heights Community
Association’s insurance policy with West Bend Mutual
Insurance was canceled, effective June 25.
Noting that the lack of insurance would put the association in breach of contract,
Mr. Britten said, “We need
to watch that. We don’t want
to have issues with no insurance.”
Mr. Celley said the asso-
School Administrators membership for Superintendent
Creps.
•Approved payment to the
National School Boards Association for their national connection fees for July 1, 2015,
through June 30, 2016.
•Approved the public depository agreement with Huntington National Bank for
active/interim funds belonging
to the board of education with
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•Monitor the cat population in your neighborhood.
(Watch for new cats without
eartipping.) Bring new cats
into Humane Ohio to be fixed.
•Join the “Cattitude Team,”
which has a Facebook group
to network with others caring
for outdoor cats.
As a team these volunteers,
go around Rossford trapping
outdoor cats for spay/neuter.
For more information on
the team, send an email to
[email protected]
Anyone who has located a
stray cat should contact Humane Ohio at 419-266-5607.
The organization is located
at 3131 Tremainsville Road,
Toledo.
For more information, visit
the website www.humane
ohio.org.
ciation is known to obtain
insurance at the “last
minute.”
•Approved a memorandum of understanding with
the Bowling Green Police
Department to use a township 2010 police vehicle for
the BG K-9 unit.
The agreement calls for
the City of Bowling Green
to “insure the vehicle and
take care of any maintenance
needs incurred as a result of
its use.”
BG police are permitted
to install any needed equipment or identifying decals
during the loan period which
began June 16 and is open
ended.
•Agreed to look into the
cost to install a remote button that would unlock office
doors at the administrative
building.
Mr. Warnimont said that
every time he walks through,
office staff have to get up
from their desks to unlock
the door for him.
He noted that the fire department has an entry door
button.
The next trustees meeting
will be at 6 p.m., Wednesday
July 1, at the township meeting hall, 26609 Lime City
Road, and is open to the
public.
a depository contract ending
June 6, 2020.
•Approved temporary appropriations in the amount of
50 percent of fiscal year 2015
ending appropriations and appropriations modifications for
June 2015.
The next regular board
meeting is at 6 p.m., Monday,
July 20, at the Indian Hills
board room, 401 Glenwood
Road. The meeting is open to
the public.
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Real estate transfers
from May 29 to June 15,
2015 for the area encompassing Rossford School District.
Chris D. and Pamela S.
Kwiatkowski to Justin Angles,
925 Orchard Drive, $187,500.
Joseph M. Bachmayer and
Kaitlyn M. Bachmayer, htta
Cerveny to Nicholas J. and
Kelsey A. Almaguer, 28761
Starlight Road, Perrysburg
Township,
$111, 800.
The Estate of Catherine T.
Rowles to Aaron Wallace,
8829 Broadway Road, Perrysburg Township, $41,000.
Susan Pacer to Christine
and James Barnhart, 9872
Ford Road, $130,000.
Rossford
Police
Reports
June 12: Veterans Park
and Marina, suspicious vehicle.
700 block Glenwood
Road, unruly juveniles, curfew violation.
500 block Woodland
Drive, boat and camper
parked on street.
27000 block Crossroads
Parkway, trespassing.
Rinker Court, domestic
dispute.
Veterans Park and Marina,
parking complaint.
10000 block Bass Pro
Boulevard, animal locked in
vehicle.
June 13: 1100 block
Buck Road, disorderly conduct, fighting.
10000 block Fremont
Pike, man living in his vehicle.
800 block Lime City
Road, suspicious vehicle.
500 block Indian Valley
Court, suspicious item found
in mailbox.
100 block Hillsdale Avenue, dog complaint.
800 block Lime City
Road, three suspicious cars in
business parking lot.
June 14: Marina, goose
has fishing line on its leg, Nature’s Nursery contacted.
9800 block Fremont Pike,
bag of marijuana found in
dressing room of store.
400 block Indian Ridge
Trail, trespassing.
June 15: 200 block Hannum, criminal mischief.
10000 block Fremont
Pike, vehicle unlock.
Marina, men trying capture wild geese with a net.
600 block Valley Drive,
noise complaint.
600 block Lime City
Road, railroad tie damaged,
danger to passing traffic.
9800 block South Compass Drive, vehicle unlock.
100 block Riverview
Place, landlord/tenant dispute.
June 16: 200 block Dixie
Highway, man claiming to be
homeless soliciting for
money.
900 block Dixie Highway
and 800 block Lime City
Road, vehicle unlocks.
100 block Hidden Cove,
unruly juveniles, curfew violation.
Robert Goulding to American Healing Art Center, LLC,
1245 Schreier Road, $99,000.
Rebecca R. Baker wtta Rebecca R. Helvey to Matthew
E. Laing, 613 Marilyn Road,
$145,000.
Nancy A. Stearns, trustee
of Nancy A. Stearns Trust 1/3
interest to Douglas K. and
Tina M. Cassavar, 29955
Zachary Lane, unit 25,
$34,333.33.
Joan E. Cassavar 1/3 interest to Douglas K. and Tina M.
Cassavar, 29955 Zachary
Lane, unit 25, $34,333.34.
Linda L. Pezzin 1/3 interest to Douglas K. and Tina M.
Cassavar, 29955 Zachary
Lane, unit 25, $34,333.33.
Estate of Marian V. Harrison to Jeffrey and Jane Extine,
0 North Dixie Highway,
$16,000.
Gary M. Surratt to Brenton
T. and Terri Williams, 10199
South Shannon Hills, Perrysburg Township, $165,500.
Leonard V. Mason III and
Viola Mason to Kori Yarger
and Adam B. Pfeiffer, 204
Colony Road, $113,000.
Terrance S. and Deborah
L. Goodwin to Robert M. and
Paula J. Marczak, 9670
Sheffield Road, Perrysburg
Township, $357,000.
Jolene M. Krajicek to
Mark E. and Linda S.
Williams, 200 Elm Street,
$70,000.
Rossford Fire/EMS Reports
Date
June 14
Situation
EMS run
EMS run
EMS run
EMS run
EMS run
June 15
EMS run
EMS run
EMS run
EMS run
Fire run
EMS run
EMS run
Fire run
June 16
EMS run
Fire run
June 17
EMS run
EMS run
EMS run
EMS run
EMS run
EMS run
June 18
Location
100 block Walnut Street
100 block Buck Road
400 block Glenwood Road
1000 block Buck Road
300 block East Andrus Road
Mutual aid to Northwood
1100 block Buck Road
1200 block Schreier Road
Unit block Dixie Highway
100 block J Street
Mutual aid to Perrysburg Twp.
9100 block Bass Pro Blvd.
1200 block Schreier Road
100 block Osborn Street
Unit block Knollwood Drive
Automatic aid to Perrysburg City
I-75 & Buck Road
30000 block Morningside Drive
Mutual aid to Perrysburg Twp.
1100 block Lewis Avenue
100 block Osborn Street
1200 block Grassy Lane
1200 block Schreier Road
1000 block Buck Road
I-75 & Buck Road
Municipal Court Reports
June 19
The following cases were
finalized in Perrysburg Municipal Court June 8 to 14. An
additional $78 in court costs
was sentenced for each case,
unless otherwise noted.
Troy R. Brant, Windsor
Drive, speed, $39 fine.
Cheryl A. Christy, Dixie
Highway, speed, $41 fine.
Karen A. Hardy, Windsor
Drive, speed, $41 fine.
Diana V. Cindle, Elm
Street, prohibited parking,
$150 fine, $53 court costs;
prohibited parking (second
count), $150 fine, no court
costs.
Diane S. Connell, Colony
Road, parking in handicap
space, $250 fine, $53 court
costs.
Card of Thanks
To Our Rossford Friends:
Please accept our sincere gratitude for your support
during our family’s recent, unfortunate crisis. Our son
is healing now as a result of your prayers and thoughtfulness. Your daily inquiries and messages let us know
how much you cared. We are thankful to have friends
like you.
Sincerely,
Glenn and Jacquie Goss
Attorneys At Law
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Todd Hamilton Noll • Paul A. Skaff
Heather L. Pentycofe
353 Elm Street
Perrysburg, Ohio 43551
419.874.3536
Practice Areas Include:
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Serving the Community Since 1950
Kay Leatherman Howard of Counsel
Wayne M. Leatherman
1921-2013
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Be a Hero to Animals
at library Wed., July 8
Crosby Festival of the Arts at TBG
Northwest Ohio’s premier fine arts festival Crosby
Festival of the Arts will be
held this weekend, June 27
and 28 and is preceded by
the Crosby Festival of the
Arts Preview Party and premier of the Garden After
Dark on Friday, June 26.
Presented by the Toledo
Botanical Garden, 5403
Elmer Drive, Crosby Festival of the Arts is a fine arts
show featuring works by
more than 200 artists from
across the country. Celebrating its 50th year, the festival
is Ohio’s oldest outdoor
juried art festival.
Hours are Saturday 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday
noon to 4 p.m. On Friday,
June 26 from 6 to 10 p.m.,
festival preview party
patrons can be the first to see
and purchase art, while
enjoying heavy hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, and live
music.
Following the Preview
Party, “The Garden After
Dark,” a multimedia sensory
presentation celebrating
TBG’s 50th anniversary, will
take place on the garden
grounds from 10 p.m. to
1a.m. Craft beers by
Maumee Bay Brewing and
botanically inspired cocktails
by the Village on Adams will
be available for purchase as
well as food from on-site
vendors.
With a focus on light,
projection installations created by the University of Toledo art department and the
Work Collective will offer a
unique focus on the After
Dark light theme. Also
included are special performances by the Birds Eye
View Circus, including a fire
breather; Toledo School for
the Arts’ Steel Drum Corps,
and DJ Rob Sample. Activities in the Artist’s Village
will include evening tours at
the Lithophane Museum.
Tickets for the preview
party and Garden After Dark
can be purchased online at
www.toledogarden.org. Festival tickets can be purchased at the gate.
A special ticket bundle is
available for $25 until June
26 at www.toledogarden.org
and includes a ticket to Garden After Dark, Crosby Festival and one Jazz in the Garden concert.
New memberships until
June 26 receive a free After
Dark ticket as well as a $50
Andersons gift card.
Renewing members are
entered in a drawing for a
$50 Andersons gift card.
Support for the Crosby
Festival is provided by the
Ohio Arts Council.
WSOS program participants
receive certifications from Penta
Thirteen
students
enrolled in WSOS programs graduated from
Penta Career Center on
June 11, earning certifications that offer better
career options and more
opportunities.
Those
graduating
included Kayla Boise,
Chelsie Bofia, Amanda
Cheney, Eleni Flores and
Hannah Zahn, medical
assisting; Keith Gidley,
Gerry Hudson, Jonathan
McKenzie-Gomez, Greg
Miller, Robert Price and
Dan Tran, HVAC; Coleman Woodward, auto tech,
and Mike Oakley, welding.
“With these certifications, our program participants now have better
access to more fulfilling
and stable careers,” said
WSOS Workforce Development Assistant Director
Lauren Schubach.
Penta Career Center
offers certifications in
multiple professions in
partnership with WSOS
programs including JobsOhio Region 2 Ready to
Work, Pathways to Fatherhood, Wood County Workforce Investment Act and
other programs that serve
most of northwest Ohio.
WSOS programs meet
the needs of individuals in
different life circumstances. The Ready to
Work program, for example, provides fast-track
career certification and job
placement assistance for
long-term unemployed,
underemployed and veterans, while the Wood County Workforce Investment
Act offers mentoring, supportive services and occupational training for youth
and young adults. WSOS’
Pathways to Fatherhood
program provides fathers
the
opportunity
to
strengthen their relationships with their children
and family through responsible parenting and healthy
marriage classes, while
receiving economic stability services.
“We strive to assist
northwest Ohio residents
exceed their professional
and personal development
goals and we are so proud
of everything these graduates have accomplished,”
said Ms. Schubach.
For more information
about WSOS employment
programs, youth programs
or other services, call
WSOS Community Action
Commission at 1-800-7759767 or 419-334-8911, or
visit the website at
www.wsos.org.
The Wood County
Humane Society will present
a program for patrons of all
ages on Wednesday, July 8,
at 1:30 p.m., in the Rossford
Library’s lantern area.
It will focus on ways that
children can be heroes to all
animals, their own pets as
well as those awaiting their
forever homes.
The day-to-day operations of the Humane Society
will be discussed, along with
ways that children can help.
Woman of Distinction award
nominations being accepted
Girl Scouts of Western
Ohio is seeking nominations
of local women to receive
the Woman of Distinction
Award.
The Woman of Distinction Award recognizes
women in the community
who are paving the way for
girls and exemplify what it
means to lead with courage,
confidence, and character.
Honorees have made significant contributions in one or
more of the key focus areas
for success–healthy living;
financial empowerment; science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM);
leadership; community
responsibility.
The Girl Scouts Research
Institute found that girls who
have positive influences
The Belmont Country
Club Stingrays recently
traveled to Inverness Country Club to compete in the
first swim meet of the season. After two weeks of
swim practice, the Stingray
swimmers were ready to
race.
The Stingrays started off
strong winning the first
event (6 and under 100 free
relay). Swimmers on the
winning relay were Olivia
Green, Morgan Gauchey,
Mary Lathrop and Meredith
Kulmatycki.
The 8 and under Stingray
swimmers continued the
momentum with fast swims
in the 25 Free by Amy
Claypool, Grace Rawlins,
Grant Croy and James
Ingle.
The older Stingray
swimmers also had a great
first meet. Claire DeRaad,
The Fort Meigs YMCA is
celebrating 150 years of
impact in the Greater Toledo
area.
The Y is a cause-driven
organization committed to
strengthening the community
through three focus areas of
youth development, healthy
living and social responsibility.
Since 1865, the YMCA of
Greater Toledo has impacted
the lives of thousands of children, adults and families.
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Sam Lathrop, Alaina Foster
and Peter Cooper all had
first-place finishes in the
100 Individual Medley.
The Stingrays ended the
meet with winning relays.
Both boys (Stevie Green,
Nick Gauchey, Christian
Black, Drew Mack) and
girls (Milena Ingle, Rachel
Ward, Kate Harms, Elizabeth Lathrop) 8 and under
100 free relay teams took
first place.
The Belmont Country
Club Stingrays won the
meet and is now 1-0 on the
season.
Belmont is a part of the
Maumee Valley Swim
League consisting of Stone
Oak, Toledo, Brandywine,
and Inverness Country
Clubs.
Belmont’s next meet is
July 1, at Brandywine
Country Club.
YMCA to celebrate
150 Years of Impact
Looking for new proud members to join
our post, if you have served in the military.
Would be glad to discuss eligibility.
Contact VFW Post 6409—Rossford Post
Commander Doug Austin—707-673-6316
Quartermaster Al Espen—419-340-5240
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within these focus areas are
more likely to succeed later
in life.
“These women give hope
and inspiration to girls
through their achievements
and passion for our community,” said Angela Tennaro,
director of regional services
for Girl Scouts of Western
Ohio, “By making major
impacts in the focus areas,
they are role models for
future girl leaders.”
Five honorees will be
selected and recognized at
the fourth annual Woman of
Distinction Recognition
Event on October 8, at the
Toledo Museum of Art Glass
Pavilion.
Nominations may be submitted online at gswo.org/
wodtoledo until July 10.
Belmont swim team opens
season with a win over Inverness
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Tips for proper pet care also
will be presented.
The Rossford Library is
collecting donations of new
dog and cat toys and pet
food that will be given to the
Wood County Humane Society at the conclusion of their
program. Donations can be
brought to the library’s reference desk right up to the day
of the program.
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Some important events in
YMCA history happened in
the Toledo area.
In 1918, Camp Storer was
founded giving children an
education in nature.
In 1954, the West Toledo
YMCA was opened and was
the first YMCA in the country
to serve families and women.
In 1982, the Y began
offering child care before and
after school.
In 1998, the Fort Meigs
YMCA was opened in Perrysburg offering youth sports,
swimming lessons, gymnastics and adult fitness classes.
During the past 150 years the
YMCA of Greater Toledo has
helped people with diabetes,
taught children basic water
skills to thousands of children
for free, given high school
students leadership skills,
improved access to healthy
food for low income neighborhoods and much more.
The Fort Meigs YMCA
staff invites members and the
community for a celebration
of 150 Years of Impact on
Thursday, June 25, from
10:30 to 11:30 a.m. There
will be crafts for children, a
YMCA trivia game and cake
in the lobby.
The Fort Meigs YMCA is
located at 13415 Eckel Junction Road, Perrysburg.
To include your organization’s activities, mail or
drop off the details to the Rossford Record Journal, 117
East Second Street, PO Box 267, Perrysburg, Ohio
43552. Or send an e-mail, with the date, time and location, to [email protected] The deadline is Friday at noon.
Friday, June 26
8:30 a.m.
Free mobile medical bus until 9:30 a.m. at
PCU food bank at Grace United Methodist
Church, 601 East Boundary Street,
Perrysburg. Nurses provide free preventative health care (blood sugar, blood pressure, heart and lung checks, etc.) and
health information.
9:30 a.m.
St. Tim’s Clothesline, free clothing offered
at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, 871 East
Boundary. Open until 11:30 a.m.
9:30 a.m.
Free mobile medical bus until 11:30 a.m. at
St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, 871 East
Boundary Perrysburg. Nurses provide free
preventative health care (blood sugar,
blood pressure, heart and lung checks, etc.)
and health information.
11:30 a.m. Free mobile medical bus until 11:30 a.m. at
Zoar Lutheran Church, 314 East Indiana
Avenue until 1:30 p.m. Nurses provide free
preventative health care (blood sugar,
blood pressure, heart and lung checks, etc.)
and health information.
12:00 p.m. Kitchen of Hope provides a free community meal for all Wood County residents the
last Friday of each month. No income
requirements, and all are welcome regardless of age, race or religious affiliation.
Kitchen of Hope is located at Zoar Church,
314 Indiana Avenue, Perrysburg in the
Family Life Center.
5:00 p.m. All-you-can-eat pollack, perch, clam
strips, chicken, and steaks, all at reasonable
prices at Maumee Eagles, 2301 Detroit
Avenue, until 8 p.m. Public welcome.
Saturday, June 27
11:00 a.m. AlAnon women’s support group, “The Saturday Good Morning Group,” at the Rossford Community Recreation Center, 400
Dixie Highway.
Monday, June 29
7:30 a.m. Penta Career Center Board of Education in
the board meeting room, 9301
Buck Road.
7:00 p.m. There is a Solution AA Group, closed meeting, at Lutheran Church of the Master,
28744 Simmons Road, Perrysburg.
Tuesday, June 30
9:15 a.m.
Wood County Commissioners on the fifth
floor of the Wood County Office Building,
One Courthouse Square, Bowling Green.
12:00 p.m. AlAnon at CedarCreek Church, 29129
Lime City Road. Free baby-sitting.
1:00 p.m. Free blood pressure screenings at Perrysburg Commons, 10542 Fremont Pike, Perrysburg. Call 419-874-1931 for information.
Wednesday, July 1
10:00 a.m. Low Vision Support Group at Reynolds
Corners library branch, 4833 Dorr Street in
Toledo. See www.frogtownvision.org or
call 419-877-8007 for details.
6:00 p.m. Perrysburg Township Board of Trustees at
the township hall, 26609 Lime City Road.
Thursday, July 2
9:15 a.m.
Wood County Commissioners on the fifth
floor of the Wood County Office Building,
One Courthouse Square, Bowling Green.
6:00 p.m. CedarCreek’s South Toledo Campus hosts
the “Community Care Free Medical Clinic”
at 2150 South Byrne Road, Toledo, until 8
p.m. Call 419-482-8127 for information.
8:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous-OD at United
Methodist Church, 270 Dixie Highway.
Rogers Class of 1965 to hold reunion
The Rogers High School
Class of 1965 is planning a
50-year reunion celebration
for Saturday, October 10,
from 5 to 10 p.m., at the
Holiday Inn, 10630 Fremont Pike, Perrysburg.
The event will be a
mixer with a cash bar, hors
d’oeuvres, a photo booth,
grade school memories and
more.
The cost is $45 per per-
son; $50 after September 1
and at the door. Dress is
casual.
A golf outing and an
informal meet and greet are
planned for Friday, October
9.
For more information,
contact Judy Zumbrunn
Thompson at 419-344-8780
or [email protected]
mail.com.
The Town Center at Levis Commons will
host its annual Sand-Tastic! summer festival
June 26-27. The boulevard will be transformed into a beach of a different variety
complete with sand sculptures, live music,
chalk art and more.
“The uniqueness of Sand-Tastic! has
quickly made it a must see summer event in
northwest Ohio,” said Casey Pogan, marketing director, Hill Partners, Inc. “From families spending quality time in the sandbox
together, to empty-nesters strolling to the
sounds of live music on the boulevard, SandTastic! entertains visitors of all ages.”
Throughout the two-day festival, a team of
sculptors will build four, eight-ton sand sculptures on patio areas around Levis Commons.
A community sandbox and water tables will
be open with shovels, pails and all the tools
necessary for an afternoon of sensory play.
The following activities will take place
throughout the weekend:
Friday, June 26
•Noon to 8 p.m.–Watch as four 8-ton sand
sculptures come to life on the boulevard at
Levis Commons.
•Noon to 8 p.m.–Meet your friends at the
giant community sandbox stocked with all the
tools necessary to create your very own sand
castle masterpiece.
•Noon to 5 p.m.–Dig deeper and learn
more about conservation with the Wood
County Soil & Water Conservation District.
From water shedding to rain gardens and soil
erosion, hands-on learning and interactive
water tables will be fun for all ages.
•Noon to 5 p.m.–Hop around in a bounce
house and race down an inflatable slide. Children under 50 pounds can take a spin on a
mini John Deere gator track.
•Noon to 5 p.m.–Explore “Sands Alive”
with the Imagination Station and get fun summer hair by Salvatore Cappelli Hair Spa.
•4 to 7 p.m.–Artists will cover the sidewalks at Levis Commons with colorful chalk
murals.
•6:30 to 8 p.m.–Registration for the Amateur Sand-Sculpting contest will begin at 6:30
p.m. Starting at 7 p.m., contestants will have
an hour to construct and build their sand creations. Register online at www.shoplevis
commons.com.
Saturday, June 27
•Noon to 8 p.m.–Watch as four 8-ton sand
sculptures come to life on the boulevard at
Levis Commons.
•Noon to 8 p.m.–Meet your friends at the
giant community sandbox stocked with all the
tools necessary to create your very own sand
castle masterpiece.
•Noon to 5 p.m.–Dig deeper and learn
more about conservation with the Wood
County Soil & Water Conservation District.
From water shedding to rain gardens and soil
erosion, hands-on learning and interactive
water tables will be fun for all ages.
•Noon to 5 p.m.–Hop around in a bounce
house and race down an inflatable slide. Children under 50 pounds can take a spin on a
mini John Deere gator track.
•Noon to 5 p.m.–Explore “Sands Alive”
with the Imagination Station and get fun summer hair by Salvatore Cappelli Hair Spa.
•4 to 7 p.m.–Artists will cover the sidewalks at Levis Commons with colorful chalk
murals.
•6 to 8 p.m.–Live music by Toledo School
for the Arts Steel Drum Band, Glass City
Steel.
The sand sculptures will be completed
by the end of the day on June 27, and will
remain up for viewing at Levis Commons
through July 4.
For more information about Levis
Commons or Sand-Tastic! visit the website
at www.ShopLevisCommons.com.
Defiance College
Entries sought for annual
dean’s list
NOWOH Community Art Show posts
Philip Balla, of Rossford,
Artists of all skill levels
are invited to enter the eighth
annual Northwest Ohio
(NoWOH) Community Art
Exhibition, hosted by the
Bowling Green State University Art Galleries.
NoWOH supports regional artists by providing an
opportunity for them to show
their work in a professional
setting.
The show will open at 7
p.m. on July 17, with a
gallery talk by award juror
Jason Franz, executive director and chief curator at Manifest Gallery in Cincinnati,
followed by a reception. The
event will be held at the
BGSU Fine Arts Center, and
is free and open to the public.
Online registration is open
until July 1. Artists are
encouraged to preregister
online to avoid waiting in
line when they drop off their
artwork on July 11, from 11
a.m. to 3 p.m.
More information is available
online
at
www.NowohArtShow.org.
Artists who display their
work at the exhibition are
eligible to win up to $1,500
in cash prizes and gif
certificates.
Among the awards are
The Andersons Best of Show
award, the Kiwanis Young
Artist Awards and a People’s
Choice award.
Artists age 16 and older
from the following counties
are eligible to participate in
the exhibition: Defiance,
Erie, Fulton, Hancock,
Henry, Lucas, Ottawa, Paulding, Sandusky, Seneca,
Williams and Wood.
For artists ages 16-18, the
entry fees are $15; for artists
19 and older, entry fees are
$30. All entrants may submit
up to three pieces.
Volunteers are needed to
assist with the setup and takedown of the event as well as
gallery hosting during the
exhibition. Artists who volunteer for the event will
receive a registration discount. Contact Jacqueline
Nathan
at
[email protected] for more
information about volunteering.
NoWOH hours will be
from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday,
and from 1 to 4 p.m. Friday
through Sunday. The exhibit
will continue until August 1.
was named to the dean’s list
for the spring semester at
Defiance College.
To be named to the dean’s
list at Defiance, a student
must achieve a grade point
average of 3.5 or higher and
be enrolled in at least 12
semester hours.
Alzheimer’s
Assn. to host
program
The Alzheimer’s Association, Northwest Ohio Chapter, will host “Meet Me at
the National Museum of the
Great Lakes” on Wednesday,
July 22, from 11 a.m. to
noon.
Participants will tour the
museum located at 1701
Front Street, Toledo. They
will experience interactive
displays and learn about the
importance of the Great
Lakes to the national story.
Registration is requested
by July 15.
For more information or
to register, call 800-2723900.
‘Early Detection Matters’ topic
of Alzheimer’s Assn. program
Today, one in three seniors
dies with Alzheimer’s disease
or another dementia. To help
individuals and families recognize the signs of Alzheimer’s
disease, the Alzheimer’s Association, Northwest Ohio Chapter, will host “Know the 10
Signs: Early Detection Matters,” on Wednesday, July 8,
from 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
at the Maumee Senior Center,
2430 Detroit Avenue,
Maumee.
The workshop covers the
d
10 warning signs of
Alzheimer’s disease and other
dementias and will explain the
difference between normal
aging and dementia, as well as
tips for maintaining brain
health.
Early diagnosis gives individuals a chance to seek treatment and plan for the future.
Registration is requested.
Call the Alzheimer’s Association at 1-800-272-3900. For
lunch details, call 419-8931994.
avinci medical
irect primary care
• Unlimited, same-day office appointments
• 24/7 direct access to your doctor
• Wholesale medications, labs and tests
Dr. Nick Pfleghaar • Osteopathic manipulation
Family Medicine • Yearly wellness visits
101 W. Indiana Ave.
419-874-4550
Sand-Tastic! summer festival returns
to Levis Commons on June 26, 27
www.davincimedicaldpc.com
“Putts
Fur Mutts”
Golf Outing and
Putt Putt Event
In
In memory
memory of
of Bailey
Bailey Borkowski
Borkowski
Hosted by Melissa Cogar to benefit
Maumee Valley Save-A-Pet
July 11th at Bedford Hills Golf Club - 8 am
$75/golfer by 6/15/15; $85 thereafter
Not a golfer? Try 18 or 36 holes of Putt Putt at 10 am, then join
golfers for lunch and silent auction. $25/individual (children welcome)
Lunch donated by Outback Steakhouse Maumee
VISIT
www.facebook.com/puttsfurmutts
or contact Melissa Cogar at 419-245-4712
Music at the Market features the House Band
today, at 7 p.m., at Commodore Schoolyard
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Rossford Senior Center
IN THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE
The Wood County Committee on Aging
400 Dixie Highway • 419-666-8494
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Programs and lunches for all area residents
at least 60 years of age.
The House Band will perform at the Music in the Market concert series Thursday, June
25, 7 p.m., at Commodore Schoolyard.
The Music at the Market
concert series continues
Thursday, June 25, at 7 p.m.
Concert goers are encouraged to bring blankets and
chairs to the lawn of Commodore Schoolyard in downtown Perrysburg and enjoy an
evening of rootsy rock, folk
and blues.
The House Band describes their music style as
“rock, blues, folk and country in one big bowl of
soup!”
If the band were to be
compared to a big bowl of
soup, it would be a recipe that
would please even the most
discriminating tastes.
The band is filled with
seasoned musicians, each
adding a special flavor to
the mix–John Grafing, on
trumpet; Mark Williams,
drums; Mark Karamol, vocals and guitar; Wes
Linenkugel, keyboard, mandolin and bass, and Isaac
Snyder, guitar.
The free concert series
runs in conjunction with the
Perrysburg Farmers Market
Bereavement
support group
to meet July 7
An Ecumenical Bereavement Support Group will
meet on Tuesday, July 7 from
3 to 4:30 p.m., at St. Patrick
of Heatherdowns Parish, Emmaus Room, 4201 Heatherdowns Boulevard, Toledo.
“The Many Faces of
Grief” will be led by Rita
Hoff, St. Patricks of Heatherdowns bereavement team.
The mission of the group
is to offer support to people
who are grieving the death of
a loved one.
For more information,
call Rita Hoff at 419-7244772 or send an e-mail to [email protected]
on
Thursday
evenings
throughout the summer.
•July 2–Cake Walkin’ Jass
Band
•July 9–Not Fast Enuff
•July 16–The Kelly
Broadway Quartet
•July 23–The Grape
Smugglers
•July 30– Dragon Wagon
•August
6–Quartet
Bernadette
•August 13–The Bob Rex
Quartet
•August 20–Dry Bones
Revival
•August 27–The Jordan
Guess Band
The series is sponsored by
the Perrysburg Convention
and Visitors Bureau, City of
Perrysburg and Ed Schmidt
Automotive Group.
Commodore Schoolyard
is at the corner of Louisiana
and Indiana avenues in historic downtown Perrysburg.
In the event of inclement
weather, concerts will move
inside to the Judy Beck auditorium, 140 East Indiana Avenue.
For additional information
on Music at the Market series, contact Main Art-ery at
419-324-4758 or send an
email to [email protected]
Heartland Centers, ProMedica
team up for summer food drive
An estimated 3.7 million
seniors are malnourished,
according to the American
Academy of Family Physicians. Sometimes seniors
are too embarrassed to ask
for assistance when they
need it. Not only can meal
preparation become difficult,
managing diets for certain
health conditions can be a
challenge. It’s important to
have a plan in place for seniors who are living independently to get proper
nutrition.
To continue improving the
clinical applications of
ProMedica’s nationally recognized Come to the Table,
Hunger as a Health Issue program, ProMedica has developed a food pharmacy
modeled after the successful,
decade-long program at
Boston’s Medical Center’s
(BMC) Grow Clinic. The
idea is simple: As such, a
healthcare professional writes
a referral to the food pharmacy for patients who are
identified as food insecure.
These patients are then able
to visit the pharmacy to pick
up a supplemental supply of
Rewards are offered by Wood County Crime Stoppers for information leading to the arrest of criminals.
Perrysburg and Rossford citizens may provide information anonymously by calling 1-800-542-7463.
calling all
calling all chicks
ChiCKS!
date: Tuesday, July 7
time: 5:30 – 9:00 pm
healthy food.
The food pharmacy takes
patient diagnosis into account
when fulfilling the order, ensuring that all items provided
to the patient are in line with
their medical needs. The
pharmacy will primarily offer
healthy choices that promote
healthy eating and balance at
meals.
During the months of
June, July and August the
Heartland centers will be accepting non-perishable food
donations at each of the following locations:
•Perrysburg, 10540 Fremont Pike, Perrysburg;
•Perrysburg Commons
Retirement Center, 10542
Fremont Pike, Perrysburg;
•Holly Glen, 4293 Monroe Street, Toledo;
•Lake Park Nursing Center, 5100 Harroun Road, Sylvania;
•Oregon, 3953 Navarre
Avenue, Oregon;
•Waterville, 8885 Browning Drive, Waterville, and
•Wauseon, 303 West
Leggett Street, Wauseon.
Donations will be accepted weekdays, from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m.
Preferred donation items
include whole grains, such as
whole wheat pasta, brown
rice, oatmeal/oats; low
sodium (canned beans or dry
beans); canned chicken or
fish in water; canned fruit
packed in juice, and canned
vegetables (low sodium or no
added salt).
chicks '
mix 15
location: Toledo Botanical Garden
tickets: $37 per ticket ($20 for Junior
Chicks age 20 and under)
proceeds
benefiting:
Mom's House
Mom’s House gives young moms the support
they need to reach their educational goals
and become good parents and contributing
members of the community.
For more information on Chicks Mix ’15, please
visit chicksforcharity.net. To purchase tickets,
contact Shannon at 419-241-2221
or [email protected]
ACTIVITIES AND
LUNCH MENUS
Lunch is served Monday
through Friday, at noon. No
reservations are necessary.
Menus are subject to change,
and nutritional values and ingredient information are
available upon request. The
suggested donation is $2, age
60+, and $5, for those under
age 60.
Hot meals are available
Monday-Friday for homebound seniors in Wood
County who are unable to
prepare meals. Frozen meals
are available for the weekend.
If eligible, the cost is on a donation basis.
For more information,
call Social Services at 1-800367-4935. To register for
weekly activities, call the
Center.
Pickleball Sessions are
offered on Tuesdays and
Thursdays, from noon to 3
p.m. Session fees include $30
annual fee payable to
WCCOA. Register by calling
the senior center.
Class: Body Recall is offered on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, from 9:30
to 10:30 a.m. There will be no
class on the third Friday of
each month. That class will
be held on that Thursday instead. Pat Sloan, certified instructor, leads the class. The
cost is $51 for 10 weeks or $3
per class.
Monday, June 29
Noon
menu–Barbecue
Chicken Thigh or Pork Cutlet, Oriental vegetables, rice,
pineapple juice, apple cobbler.
•9:30 a.m.–Body Recall
Tuesday, June 30
Noon menu–Stuffed green
pepper soup or Ham and Potato Soup, pea salad, fruit
cocktail, orange, bran bread.
Wednesday, July 1
Noon menu–Chicken Pot
Pie or Cabbage Roll, green
beans, macaroni salad, cinnamon applesauce, sidekick
slushie.
•9:30 a.m.–Body Recall
Thursday, July 2
Noon menu–Hamburger or
Hot Dog, baked beans,
coleslaw, strawberries and
blueberries over angel food
cake.
Friday, July 3
All sites closed for Independence Day.
Upcoming Events
•July 2, at 12:30 p.m.–Program: “Ellen G. White and
the Miracle in Wood County”
presented by Mike McMaster
of the Wood County Historical Museum.
•July 6, at 12:30
p.m.–Funday Monday. Join
us the first Monday of each
month for some surprise fun
and games sponsored by
Genesis Health Care.
•July 8, at 12:30 p.m.–Program: “Mount Rushmore”
with Mary Tebbe, site manager, WCCOA. Learn some
interesting information about
one of our country’s famous
landmarks.
•July 9, at 12:30
p.m.–Gathering Ideas for the
Future of WCCOA. Help us
plan the future programs and
services of WCCOA. Your
voice is important to us.
•July 9, at 12:45
p.m.–Ladderball with Bob.
Join the fun and get a little bit
of exercise at the same time.
This game is easy enough to
do from a chair or standing,
so no excuses.
•July 14, at noon–Lunch
with the Mayor. Mayor
MacKinnon will be here for
lunch and to discuss any topics of concern you may have.
•July 14, at noon–Ross-
Business News
In 1955, brothers David and Milton Bennett, Jr. acquired
franchise rights to operate Frisch’s Big Boy Restaurants in
northwest Ohio. It is from their first restaurant located in the
Country Charm Shopping Center in Perrysburg, that Bennett
Enterprises was born. The novel concept of the drive-in
restaurant caught on quickly.
Frisch’s Big Boy became the gathering place for carloads
of hungry families: and for teenagers in cars–who repeatedly
cruised the canopied curb-service area of the parking lot as the
place to be seen. Milt and Dave’s instincts for success with the
Frisch’s Big Boy franchise was spot on, but neither had a clue
that the fiberglass statue of the chubby “Big Boy,” dressed in
red and white checked overalls, with a slingshot in his hip
pocket, would become one of the most recognized icons in
North America.
The past 60 years forged the Bennett namesake company
into a key hospitality leader owning and operating hotels and
restaurants in nine counties throughout northwest Ohio and
southeast Michigan. Their establishments include: Holiday Inn
French Quarter and Holiday Inn Express in Perrysburg, Hampton Inn in Maumee, Quality Inn & Suites in Monroe, six Ralphie’s Sports Eateries and 13 Frisch’s Big Boy restaurants. The
13 northwest Ohio Frisch’s are the largest group of franchised
Frisch’s Big Boy locations. Bennett also is involved in real estate development, owning parcels of land throughout northwest Ohio planned for future growth and development, and is
the landlord to numerous well-known and respected local businesses.
The Bennett footprint for success came naturally for Dave
and Milt. While working for their father, Milton Bennett, Sr. at
his Pak-A-Snak restaurant on Cherry Street in Toledo, the
brothers were inspired and encouraged to follow four basic
business concepts: be a good company to work for, be a good
company to buy from, be a good company to sell to, and be a
good neighbor to the community.
Bennett Enterprises employs more than 900 individuals. In
an industry known for high turnover, Bennett employs 180 employees with more than 10 years of service, of which 73 employees have more than 20 years of service, 32 employees
have more than 30 years of service, and 10 employees have
more than 40 years invested in Bennett’s longevity.
In celebration of their diamond anniversary, the weekend of
June 26-28, Bennett employees will be clad in 60th Anniversary T-shirts. The Big Boy mascot will visit all 13 Frisch’s Big
Boy locations and guests will be offered samples of two classic Big Boy dessert’s. Ralphie’s will treat guests to samplings
of their popular brat burger, and hotel guests will enjoy an anniversary cake and punch set up in the hotel lobby.
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a pair
for glare?
Come visit our office
and check out
our sunglass collection.
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Dr. Tracy Needham, O.D.
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647 Lime City Rd. • Rossford • 416-666-0700
www.qualityfamilyeyecare.net
ford Senior Club meeting.
•July 15, at noon–Birthday
Celebration with gift bags
courtesy of Genesis Health
Care. Seniors with July birthdays should register in advance.
•July 16, at noon–Beach
Party. Enjoy summer fun,
food, song and dance.
•July 16, at 9 a.m.– Trip:
Breakfast Bunch at the Bulldog Diner, Dixie Highway,
Rossford. Host: Mary Tebbe,
WCCOA.
•July 20, at noon–Lollipop
Day with lollipops courtesy
of Arbors of Oregon.
•July 21, at 9 a.m.–Trip:
Breakfast Bunch at Jill’s on
the River, 1800 Miami Street,
Toledo. Host: Mary Tebbe,
WCCOA.
•July 21, at 12:30
p.m.–Trivia sponsored by the
Manor of Perrysburg.
•July 22, from 10 a.m. to
noon–Blood pressure screenings. There is no charge for
use of the self-monitoring
blood pressure device.
•July 23, at 12:45
p.m.–Bingo with prizes sponsored by Perrysburg Commons.
•July 27, at 12:30
p.m.–Bagpipe Day. Listen to
an authentic bagpipe player in
honor of bagpipe day. Sponsored by Arbors of Oregon.
•July 28, at noon–Rossford Senior Club meeting.
•July 29, at 12:30
p.m.–Seminar Series: The
Decades with Mary Tebbe,
WCCOA. Explore seven different decades in this new
seminar series. Decade Topic:
The 1930s.
Rev. Jim Nelson
10401 Avenue Road
Corner 795 and White Road
419.874.1961
www.perrysburgalliance.org
SUNDAY
9:00 a.m. Sunday School
10:15 a.m. Worship Service
10:15 a.m. PACKLand
Children’s Church
6:00 p.m. Jr./Sr. High Youth
WEDNESDAY
7:00 p.m. Oasis Prayer
Gathering
“Join Us In Worship”
ROSSFORD FIRST
BAPTIST CHURCH
157 Bergin Street
Rossford, Ohio 43460
Phone 419-666-9447
Rev. Alexander Sheares
SUNDAY
9:00 a.m. Sunday School
10:45 a.m. Worship Service
WEDNESDAY
6:00 p.m. Prayer Service,
Testifying and Bible Study
ROSSFORD UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
270 Dixie Highway
Rossford, Ohio 43460
Phone 419-666-5323
www.facebook.com/
rossfordumc
www.rossfordumc.org
Pastor: Rev. Robert Ball
SUNDAY
9:00 a.m. Sunday School
10:30 a.m. Service
Nursery Available
Sunday Services:
Holy Eucharist 8 & 10 A.M.
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.
Wednesday:
Worship Service 6 P.M.
871 East Boundary
Perrysburg, Ohio 43551
419-874-5704
www.saint-timothy.net
ALL SAINTS CATHOLIC
CHURCH
628 Lime City Road
Rossford, Ohio 43460
419-666-1393
www.allsaintsrossford.org
Masses: Saturday at 4:30 p.m.
Sunday at 8:30 and 11:00 a.m.
ALL SAINTS
CATHOLIC SCHOOL
(Preschool through Grade 8)
Where we study the world,
teach the heart,
and live the gospel.
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24250 Dixie Highway
(Highway 25)
Perrysburg, Ohio 43551
(located just south
of Five Point Road)
Phone: (419) 874-6502
Masses: Saturday,
5:00
p.m.; Sunday, 8:00, 9:45 and
11:30 a.m.
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LMHA pre-applications available Rossford UM Church to host
Pre-applications for Lucas
Metropolitan Housing Authority’s Housing Choice
Voucher Program (HCVP,
formally referred to as “Section 8”) waiting list lottery is
scheduled to take place beginning midnight June 15,
until midnight June 29. To
avoid the inconvenience of
long waiting lines, pre-applications will only be accepted
on the internet. Pre-applications forms will be available
at
www.lucasmhaap
ply4housing.org.
Once the pre-application
period closes, all pre-applications will be automatically
entered into the lottery system. The lottery will randomly
select
8,000
pre-applications
to
be
processed to the actual
HCVP Waiting List.
HCVP, a major program
funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development (HUD) is designed to assist very low-income families, the elderly,
and the disabled to afford decent, safe, and sanitary housing in the private rental
market. Since housing assistance is provided on behalf of
families or individuals, participants are able to find their
own housing, including single-family homes, townhouses and apartments.
To qualify for the HCVP
waiting list lottery, pre-applicants must meet LMHA and
HUD eligibility requirements
and guidelines. Pre-applica-
tions for the waiting list lottery will only be accepted online.
For convenience in completing the online pre-application, free public access to
computers will be available at
the following locations:
•The Ability Center, 5605
Monroe, Sylvania
•Adelante, 520 Broadway,
Toledo
•Delta Public Library,
402 Main Street, Delta
•FOCUS, 2283 Ashland
Avenue, Toledo
•Margaret Hunt Senior
Center, 2121 Garden Lake
Place, Toledo
•Monroe County Public
Library, all locations
•Oregon Senior Center,
5760 Bay Shore Road, Oregon
•Sylvania Senior Center,
7140 West Sylvania Avenue,
Sylvania
•Swanton Public Library,
305 Chestnut Street
•Toledo-Lucas County
Public Library, all locations
•Wauseon Public Library,
117 East Elm Street,
Wauseon
•Way Library, Perrysburg, Wood County, 101
East Indiana Avenue, Perrysburg.
For more information,
visit
www.lucasmhaap
ply4housing.org or contact
Vanessa Street, director,
Lucas Metropolitan Housing
Authority Housing Choice
Voucher Program at 419-2599483.
Vacation Bible School July 20-23
Rossford United Methodist Church will offer a
“Mount Everest” Vacation
Bible School for preschoolers
age 3 through students in
eighth grade, July 20-23.
A light dinner will be held
at 5:15 p.m. for students, and
the program ends each day at
8:30 p.m.
All are welcome, and
there is no cost to attend. For
registration forms or more information, call the church at
419-666-5323, or visit the
church weekdays from 8 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
Registration forms also
are available online at
www.rossfordumc.org.
ProMedica to offer
free mammogram clinics
ProMedica will offer free
mammogram clinics to provide breast cancer screenings
for individuals between the
ages of 40-64 who have no insurance or insurance with a
high deductible for mammograms and have not had a
mammogram within the last
24 months.
Participants may be eligible regardless of age, history
of breast cancer, history of
breast abnormalities discovered independently or by a
healthcare provider, or immediate family history of breast
cancer. The schedule follows:
•July 21, ProMedica St.
Luke’s Hospital, 5901 Monclova Road, Maumee, 855251-8615.
•August 4, ProMedica
Fremont Memorial, 715
South Taft Avenue, Fremont,
419-333-2036.
•September 18, ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital, 501 Van Buren Street,
Fostoria, 419-436-6690,
•September 29, ProMedica Bay Park Hospital,
Women’s Services, 2801 Bay
Park Drive, Oregon, 419-7348080.
•January
19,
2016,
ProMedica
Bay
Park
Women’s Services at Port
Clinton, 1854 Perry Street,
Suite 400, Port Clinton, 419734-8080.
Appointments are required; call to schedule a
screening.
These free mammogram
clinics are provided through
grant funding from Susan G.
Komen Northwest Ohio.
Check us out on the web:
www.rossford.com
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BUSINESS SERVICES MOVING/ESTATE
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS
In answering advertisements, whether in publications, or
television, be aware that 1-900 numbers have a charge that
will be billed to your telephone number. 1-800 numbers that
switch you to a 1-900 number are also billed to you.
Government job information or sales can be obtained
free from appropriate government agencies.
Long distance calls to brokers may only be solicitations
for schools or instruction books, for which there is a charge.
Al’s Fence
and Deck
Repair/Install
Split rail, privacy, chain
link, vinyl and metal.
25 years experience.
THE CLASSIFIEDS
SERVE EVERYONE
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING—first 10 words $5.50, 30 cents per word thereafter. Display classified section, $12.75 per
column inch. All garage/estate sales must be prepaid, by cash, check or credit card. DEADLINE IS EACH MONDAY
AT NOON. Classified ads mailed in should be accompanied by payment; ads phoned in should be paid promptly to avoid
a $2.00 billing charge. Send ads to P.O. Box 267, Perrysburg, Ohio 43552. Perrysburg Messenger Journal office hours are
Monday, 8:30 to 4:30; Tuesday-Friday, 9 to 4; closed Saturday and Sunday, or visit our Web site at www.perrysburg.com.
CALL 419-874-2528 or 419-874-4491
FIRST TIME ADVERTISERS, WITHOUT A CREDIT HISTORY
MUST PAY FOR ADVERTISING WHEN SUBMITTED FOR PUBLICATION.
Submit your classified advertisement via e-mail. Just visit www.perrysburg.com or www.rossford.com
BUSINESS SERVICES
Mackiewicz Construction, LLC
We specialize in keeping you in your home.
Walk in bathtubs, hand rails, ramps & doorways.
Bathrooms, Kitchens, Windows & Roofing
Call Scott, 419-392-1335
HARDSCAPE Æ PAVERS Æ NATURAL STONE
SCREENED TOPSOIL Æ COMPOST Æ MULCH
TURF FERTILIZATION Æ RENOVATION Æ HYDROSEED
PLANT HEALTH CARE Æ TREE & SHRUB PRUNING
Certified Arborists & Landscape Technicians
(419) 874-6779
Senior Discounts, Free Estimates
(419) 666-5952 (Day)
(419) 297-2356 (Night)
www.lakeeriefishing.com
Plumbing & Heating
Installation • Sales • Service • Insured • Bonded
COMPLETE ROOFING
& REMODELING
Senior & Veteran
Discounts
by Dudley Yetter, Owner
419-205-6340
FREE ESTIMATES
NORTH WESTERN
Tree Service
Helping Hands
Housekeeping
Free Estimates
Senior & Military Discounts
Mother and Daughter Team
Experienced, Hard Working
•Tree Removal •Tree Trimming
•Shaping Trees •Stump Removal
•Landscaping & Full Clean Up
Call Vicky at 419-270-7992
Fully Insured • 419-206-0989
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•Sidewalks •Steps
•Driveways •Pools
•Porches •Garages Call for FREE Estimates
•Patios & More
419-779-0899 or 419-836-7019
Call Frank Roberts • Family Owned/Operated
HOGG COLLISION
24695 Williston Rd., Millbury, OH
& AUTO GLASS INC.
All Insurance Claims Accepted
•BODY SHOP • COLLISION REPAIR • GEN. AUTO REPAIR
•PAINTING •MECHANICAL •UNIBODY •SUSPENSION
John Fackler, Owner
Ph: 419-476-6116 or 419-367-8248
914 Berdan Ave., Toledo, OH 43612
[email protected]
TOWING
Guaranteed
Service Provider
CONCRETE
BY
419-874-5006
Perrysburg • 419-872-2712
Free Estimates
GREEN EDGE
DRIVEWAYS,
SIDEWALKS,
PATIOS, BRICK,
MASONRY
We also provide complete
LANDSCAPE services
419-874-5006 419-392-3669
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Specializing in: Aluminum
and Vinyl, Refinishing,
Wood, Brick & Stucco
Call
419-666-5369
419-509-5284
Cosgroves Lawn Service
Spring cleanups, weekly lawn
mowing, commercial & residential,
mulch, top soil, landscaping &
bushes. Honest, reliable & insured.
Call Jim 419-490-3401
or 419-726-1450
NEEd LANdSCAPE
SErviCE?
• Mowing
• Mulching
• Shrub Pruning
• Edging
New Equipment
Call Jack, 419-873-7212
High Quality & Low Rates
TREE TRIMMING and removal, bush trimming and removal. Tony 419-290-5812.
Mark A. Laing
Excursions for up to 12 persons
EXTERIOR PAINTING
CONCRETE WORK. Driveways, patios, sidewalks. Cement mason since 1985.
Call Paul 419-327-0883.
HOME PAINTING
48 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Many Services Available
High Quality and Low Rates
Lake Erie
SPORTFISHING CHARTERS
SZYMANSKI
GREEN EDGE
Call
LAWN • LANDSCAPE • IRRIGATION • TREE REMOVAL • SNOW REMOVAL
Plumbing Installation & Repair
Sewer Installation & Repair
Basement Waterproofing
Hot Water Tanks
Drain Cleaning
Also Providing:
Hauling, Excavating,
Trenching
Services
‡‡
Stykemain Tree and Lawn
Service, LLC
HANDYMAN.
PERRYSBURG. Electrical, plumbing,
carpentry. Residential and
commercial. 419-704-7201.
SENIOR PICTURES. Reasonable rates and packages.
John JB Bauer Photography.
Check Facebook page for more
details or call 419-666-0426.
BRICK REPAIR and roofing,
O’Shannons. Specializing in
solving masonry problems.
Chimneys, porches, foundations, tuckpointing, cement
work. Fully licensed and insured.
License
number
BTR05128HRC.
419-2703782.
BDRY BASEMENT Waterproofing. Lifetime warranty.
419-891-0856. 419-787-6020.
www.bdrynwohio.com.
SEAL AND repair asphalt
driveways and parking lots.
Hot rubber crack filler. Reasonable rates. Free estimates.
Call Sam 419-478-1144.
SCHALLER TRUCKING.
Delivering stone, sand and topsoil for life’s little projects.
419-666-7642, 419-392-7642.
SNOW’S LAWN Service.
Free quotes. Reasonable
rates. 419-265-5724.
HOUSE
CLEANING,
weekly,
bi-weekly
or
monthly. Reseasonable rates
and references. Call Gina
419-917-9497.
STEVE’S DRYWALL, spray
ceilings, texture walls, all
patchwork.
Call
Steve,
419-873-8025.
PAINTING AND Wallpapering. Professional, quality work.
Removal, wall repair. Brian,
419-297-9686.
Visit www.RooterRight.com
for Printable
Coupons
419-874-0484
BASEMENT
WATERPROOFING, wall repair.
Reasonable rates. 30 years experience. Many Perrysburg references. Licensed and insured.
Call anytime, 419-874-2802.
CONCRETE / MASONRY
repairs.
Specializing
in
smaller jobs, brick restoration/tuck
pointing/foundations and porch repairs. Insured/ BBB. 40 years experience. 419-729-2067.
Tree Trimming * Removal * Stump Grinding
UPHOLSTERY, YOUR fabric or mine. Reasonable.
419-874-5747.
Fully Licensed and Insured
Our family serving your family nearly 20 years
INTERIOR
PAINTING,
neat, experienced. References.
Free
estimates.
Donna,
419-476-1173, 419-250-4504.
METZGER PAINTING
& Wallpapering
DON’S DRYWALL and
plaster repair. Resurfacing,
texturing. Free estimates,
seven days. 419-476-0145.
Mowing * Mulching * Bush Trimming
Spring and Fall Clean-up
Seasoned Firewood **** Snow Removal
R & H Painting
& Power Washing
Specializing in
Aluminum & Vinyl Siding
Interior & Exterior
26 Years Experience
419-726-4872
Thompson Trailer Co.
Need a Good Trailer?
419-873-7212
104 Grogan Drive
Suite D
Perrysburg, OH 43551
•Powerwashing •Decks
•Plaster/Drywall Repair
419-874-2251
Senior Discount
TOM’S
Pest Control
(419) 868-8700
Ants, Mice,
Bedbugs, Bees, Wasps,
Termites, Box Elder
and Stink Bugs
www.citytermiteandpest.com
Perrysburg, OH
HAULING
ANYTHING.
Same day service. Reasonable
prices.
Call
Tony,
419-290-5812.
HANDYMAN.
EXPERIENCED, references, reasonable. No job too small. Dave
419-823-8033.
ALL AMERICAN handyman. Interior/exterior, free
estimates. Jeff, 419-5099610.
LAWN MOWING & LANDSCAPING
24112 Lime City Rd. Æ Perrysburg, OH
www.envirocarelawn.com
419-450-7202
fenceinstalltoledo.com
HURLEY’S INTERIOR/exterior painting. Reasonable
prices. 20 years experience.
Free estimates. Call 419882-6753.
CLEANING, HAULING of
garbage. Houses, evictions,
foreclosures. Will take any
metal/appliances for free. Special prices for seniors, handicapped, veterans, etc. Please
call John, 419-215-4194.
WINDOW CLEANING. Perrysburg Window and Gutter
Cleaning, professional service
for a fair price. Call Michael
Rantanen, owner 419-874-2482.
For this month’s coupon visit:
www.pburgwindowclng.com
FOR SALE
DUNCAN PHYFE dining set
plus hutch with curved glass; 2
harp shaped end tables; antique
lamp; 2 lift chairs; treadmill;
conversation sofa and matching chair; leather ottoman. All
in good condition. Call
419-872-9453.
Estate Sale of Antique Collector
3138 Waldmar (off Central), Toledo
Friday, June 26 • 9-5
Saturday, June 27 • 9-3
Well maintained home full of many antiques and collectibles. Rockers, wicker pieces, upholstered pieces.
Lots of wonderful blue and white china, including Delft.
Many vintage sewing items, including two Singer Featherweight sewing machines. Crystal and silver. Great
books, kitchen items and jewelry.
Sale conducted by Jones & Jones Limited of Perrysburg
10427 FIVE Point Road,
Friday-Saturday, June 26-27.
9-4. Cedar chest, desk, outdoor furniture, quilting, sewing fabric, notions, menwomen clothes, luggage, tools.
Miscellaneous.
200 EDGEWOOD Drive,
Saturday , June 27, 9-3. Dining room set, furniture, kids
items.
FIREWOOD, SEASONED,
4’ high x 8’ long stack, $100.
419-409-0252 or 419-4090250.
ALL
MOVING/ESTATE
SALE
ADVERTISING
MUST BE PREPAID, BY
CASH, CREDIT CARD OR
CHECK, BY NOON ON
MONDAY BEFORE PUBLICATION OR THE AD
WILL NOT RUN.
FREE WOODEN dog house.
You haul. 419-872-6403.
USED CARS
HUFFY 26” bike, peddle,
brakes, new, $55. 419-8744574.
2013 LEXUS RX350 AWD,
13,500 miles. White with
black interior. Loaded with
all options. $39,900. 419297-3868.
OTTAWA HILLS Memorial
Park. 4 burial plots for sale in
section block “Garden of
Gethsemane” Call 419-5095326.
2009 SILVER Ford Focus SE.
57,000 miles, excellent condition. $8,800. 419-265-0346.
PRECIOUS
MOMENTS
figurines, dolls and Longaberger basket collection.
419-280-3131.
2001 MUSTANG Cobra.
Original owner. 142K miles.
Silver. $9,500. Very good condition. 419-873-5488.
SCHWINN AIRDYNE exercise bike. 419-931-4557.
CLASSES OFFERED
WANTED TO BUY
ROLEX WRISTWATCHES
wanted by Perrysburg collector. Call Tom, 419-360-8920.
A MECHANIC buys vehicles; looks, pays accordingly,
anything
with
wheels.
419-870-0163.
BUYING MOST items from
garages. Vehicles, motorcycles, tools, mowers, etc.
419-870-0163.
WANTED GUNS, any age,
any condition. Also WWII
and earlier military items. Indian
artifacts.
Rob,
419-340-5808, 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
G FORCES Learning Center.
Tutoring for all ages,
ACT/SAT and GED test prep
and creative writing assistance.
Expert resume service and professional job search assistance.
Help with term papers and letters of application. Located at
134 W.S. Boundary, Suite H,
Perrysburg. Call, 419-873-6121
or send an email to
[email protected]
MOVING?
Advertise your home
in the classifieds
419-874-2528
GARAGE SALES
1010 SCHREIER, Rossford. Friday-Saturday, 9-3.
Priced to sell. Oldie cassettes,
DVD’s, Disney videos, booster
car seat, Eden pure quartz heater
with new bulbs, women’s size
clothing, men’s clothing,
jackets, women’s shoes 9-10,
children’s
books
and
miscellaneous, great book
selection and more.
834 LOUISIANA Avenue.
Thursday-Friday,
9-3.
Cross-country skis, vintage
cameras, toys, other household items. Low prices. Everything must go.
12170 JEFFERSON. Thursday-Friday, 8-4, Saturday,
8-noon. Children’s clothes,
baby gear, women clothes,
books, DVD’s, household miscellaneous.
15773 FIVE Point Road,
June 25-27, 9-6. Multi family. Car carrier, 9.9 HP boat
motor, dorm refrigerator,
lamps, nice clothes, tools,
fiberglass porch columns,
patio furniture, English saddle, lots of miscellaneous.
1873 KENTON Trail. Thursday-Saturday, 9-2. Girls
clothes, dance shoes (all sizes),
dressers, wooden swing set,
Royal typewriter, toys. Children’s desk, table and chairs.
Baby items: Stroller, car seat,
more.
2076 LEXINGTON. Thursday-Saturday, 9-3. Three-family sale. Household items,
crib, dresser, some furniture,
girls clothes (4-5), toys, bedding, skis.
26101
WILLOWBEND
Road, Thursday-Friday, June
25-26, 8-4.
300 MARGARET. June
26-27, 10-5. Many household
items, furniture. No clothes.
411 WEST Second Street,
Perrysburg (in the alley).
Thursday, June 25, 8-3.
Stainless refrigerator, butcher
block island, leather desk
chair, miscellaneous furniture, home decor item’s,
housewares, crystal pieces.
655 KIRKSHIRE, off 795.
Thursday-Friday, 8:30-4, Saturday, 8:30-noon. Furniture,
kids clothes.
445
W.
Third
Street,
Friday-Saturday, 9-3. Tons of
baby, kids and household
items. Boys clothes (0-3T),
girls clothes (0-size 6/7).
Something for everyone.
481
BLUE
Jacket,
Friday-Saturday, 9-4. China
cabinet, dining table, kids
clothes, tools, electronics,
miscellaneous.
595 PRAIRIE Rose, 2453
Goldenrod, Hull Prairie subdivision. Thursday, 9-4. Friday, 9-3. Major downsizing.
Furniture, home decor, German Christmas ornaments,
Bavarian dishes, lamps, old
books and wigs on stands.
Faux plants, exercise equipment, edger, queen bedroom
outfit, much more miscellaneous.
10326 WHITE Oak, off
Eckel Junction between 199
and Thompson. Friday-Saturday, June 26-27, 9-?. Multi
family.
8950 FIVE Point Road,
Thursday 9-4, Friday 9-2.
Kids toys, girls clothes
(2T-3T),
miscellaneous
items.
916 PINE Street, Friday,
8-4. Small tools, ladies name
brand clothing, shoes and accessories,
miscellaneous
household items and much
more.
ALL GARAGE SALE ADVERTISING MUST BE
PREPAID,
BY
CASH,
CHECK OR CREDIT CARD
BY MONDAY NOON ON
WEEK OF PUBLICATION
OR THE AD WILL NOT
RUN. CALL 419-874-4491
TO PLACE YOUR AD AND
PAY VIA CREDIT CARD.
FLEA MARKET at Byrne
Road near Hill Avenue at
American Legion Post, 2nd
and 4th Sunday of the month,
7 a.m. to noon. Dealers
wanted. Call 419-389-1095.
SUPER SATURDAY garage
sale, Woodland Mall (use front
entrance), 1234 North Main
Street, June 27, 9:00 a.m to
3:00 p.m. Free admission. 100
vendors with antiques, coins,
glassware, sports cards. Spaces
from $20. 419-354-4447.
HELP WANTED
PART
TIME
Bowling
Green,
Ohio.
Janitorial
4:30pm-8:30pm. Sweeping,
mopping, restroom cleaning.
$9/hour to start with some
benefits. Call Roxie at
Toledo Building Services
419-241-3101 for application information.
HELP WANTED
DRIVERS:
LOCAL,
no-touch openings. $3,000
sign-on bonus. Excellent pay,
comprehensive benefits and
more. 18 months CDL-A experience. Call Penske Logistics:
1-855-835-3429.
TANGLEWOOD
GOLF
Club, part time cook, days,
evenings and some weekends.
Call 419-833-1725.
INSPECTORS NEEDED to
look for errors and defects on
parts. $10-12/hr plus benefits. No experience required.
Training provided. Hiring for
summer help and long term
employment. Work locations
in Oregon, East Toledo, BG.
Also needed in Wauseon - get
$30/day in mileage. All
shifts, hiring mainly 2nd and
3rd. Must have license and
vehicle. Ph: 800-637-9536
[email protected]
Fax 419-843-7218 Benchmark
National.com
PART-TIME SECRETARY
ROSSFORD JUNIOR HIGH
Elementary School Secretary. This is a ten-month
part-time position, four hours per day. The successful candidate should have experience in PowerSchool.
Interested applicants please send resume or application and cover letter to:
Rossford Board of Education
401 Glenwood Rd.
Rossford, OH 43460
Please respond by June 30, 2015.
Rossford Schools is an equal opportunity employer
Office & Production
Carruth Studio is hiring! Looking for a dedicated person to do basic office functions; Microsoft Office; data
entry, order entry & processing with Great Plains software; customer service; and answering phones. Bookkeeping experience helpful. Must be a mature,
motivated, self-starter with professional conduct to
handle customer requests and follow-up.
Production/warehouse position also available for a
hard-working, reliable person to help manufacture our
concrete garden plaques.
Mon.-Fri. FT preferred, but would consider PT for the
right candidate. Excellent benefits.
No later than 6/30/15, please complete application at
Garden Smiles by Carruth, 211 Mechanic St., Waterville, OH 43566. No phone calls please.
Probation Officer – Probation Department
Supervises offenders referred by the Court, including
reviewing terms of supervision and conducting risk assessments. Conducts presentence investigations and
writes recommendations for the court. Bachelor’s degree in counseling, social work, psychology, criminal
justice, or related field required. Two years work experience in counseling, social work, criminal justice or
related field required. One year work experience in
probation preferred, but not required. Must be LEADS
certifiable. Starting salary range $36,000 - $40,000.
All candidates must pass a background check. Equal
Opportunity Employer.
Submit resume with cover letter by 4:30 p.m. by July
31, 2015 to the Chief Bailiff/Chief Probation Officer,
Attention Scott T. Howard, Perrysburg Municipal
Court, Perrysburg OH 43551.
INTERNAL HIRING EVENT
HUMAN RESOURCE & SERVICE ASSOCIATES
FULL TIME & PART TIME POSITIONS
BRING A RESUME
JUN.3 0
4:30-6:30PM
www.rachelwixey.com
MAUMEE, OH
419.725.9499
Cardinal Staffing in conjunction
with Pro-pak Industries will be
hosting a job recruit this Thursday,
June 25, from 11:00am-3:00pm at
our corporate office located at
1721 Indian Wood Circle
Maumee OH 43537
Pro-pak industries is looking for
energetic, positive associates to fill
many openings. Please come to
Cardinal Staffing for an interview and/or testing.
Some of the open positions include:
Machine Operators: This position requires passing a
ruler/measurement test
Administration: This position requires a resume showing
work history
All positions require:
•
Reliable Transportation
•
Pass drug screen
•
Pass background check
•
Bending/Twisting/Lifting 60 lb +
Machine Operators: These have both first and second shift
positions available. First shift is from 7:00am-3:30pm Monday through Friday with some OT on Saturdays. Second shift
is 3:30pm-2:00am Monday through Thursday with some OT
on Friday’s. Pay is $10.00 for first and $10.50 for second.
Warehouse: Second shift position from 2:00pm until 10:00pm
with some flexibility. This position requires reading shipping
labels, preparing boxes and products to ship. This position is
fast paced! Pay rate is $10.50
Administration: First shift position working on data entry and
various tasks, including working with the HR department.
Pay rate is $12-14 with experience.
Please come with 2 forms of identification in order to complete any paperwork that may be required.
ROSSFORD RECORD JOURNAL — June 25, 2015 — Page 7
HELP WANTED
DRIVERS: OWNER operators and company to drive for
Ace Doran. Full benefits, home
weekends. CDL-A, 2 years
experience, 23 years of age.
Missy/Gary 419-288-3087.
TRAINCO
TRUCK DRIVING SCHOOL
Day • Eves • Weekend Class
Job Placement
Company Paid Training
Call 419-837-5730
Train Locally-Save Hassle
PERRYSBURG CAMPUS
www.traincoinc.com
WE ARE COMFORT KEEPERS®
EXPERIENCE THE
JOYS AND REWARDS
Are you ready to make a
difference in someone’s life?
We’re looking for honest,
compassionate, reliable
people to take care of
our clients. Earn a wage for
doing something you already
enjoy doing. To learn what
becoming a Comfort
Keeper® is all about, visit
www.ahandinthehome.org.
109 W. 5th St.
Perrysburg, OH 43551
GOODWILL HAS immediate
openings for photographers in its
e-commerce
store,
shopgoodwill.com. Photography
experience and a history of
good attendance are required.
Production photography for
online auction listings is a plus.
Job requirements include taking
multiple photographs of items
for on-line sales and simple
photo editing using Photoshop
Elements. Applications may be
obtained and accepted at the
Cherry Street Goodwill store
at 626 N. Huron in Toledo,
Attn. Zach Bauman or attach
resume with cover letter to
the reply to this ad.
PART TIME service position
for Cedar Park Properties in
Perrysburg. General yard maintenance to include weeding,
trimming, trash, and fertilizing.
Building maintenance to include
windows, power washing,
changing furnace filters,
changing light bulbs, clean
down spout, and light snow and
ice removal. Hours will vary
depending on work to be
completed. Please call 419872-0911 for more information.
Full/Part-Time
MEAT CUTTER
KAZMAIER’S 5-STAR
127 E. Second Street
TARTA
NOW HIRING DRIVERS
WWW.COMFORTKEEPERS.COM
Over 550 independently owned & operated
offices worldwide.
CDL & Non-CDL
$10-$14/hr
Apply at:
WWW.TARTA.COM/CAREERS
SITUATIONS WANTED
DIRECT HIRE EVENT
MON-TUE 6/29&6/30
from 10am-4pm
Machine & Assembly
Operators
Candidates require skills in
the following:
Working in a team
environment to machine or
assemble components, using
gauge equipment, and
rework/scraping non-conforming parts, evaluating axles/or
transmissions to meet various
quality standards & delivery
schedules.
$12.26 and up DOE.
Willing to train.
Full benefit package after 90
days
Able to pass pre-employment
screening
Bring Resume,
HS Diploma/GED &
2 forms of ID to the Event
Visit Job1USA’s
Mobile Office at
GKN Driveline,
2223 Wood-Bridge Blvd,
Bowling Green, OH
Apply www.job1usa.com
JC# 508
Call Jon 419-315-1998
EXPERIENCED
SEAMSTRESS. Over 30 years experience. Dressmaking, wedding
gowns, bridesmaids, alterations and veil design.
419-874-5390.
HOME AND office cleanng
done at reasonable rates. Call
419-277-1404.
PROFESSIONAL TUTORING. Math, Science and ACT
prep. Affordable rates. E-mail
Mark at [email protected]
* * * NOTICE * * *
Investigate before you invest. Call the Ohio Division of
Securities BEFORE purchasing an investment. Call the Division’s Investor Protection
Hotline at 800-788-1194 to
learn if the investment is properly registered and if the seller
is properly licensed. Please be
advised that many work at
home advertisements do not
yield what is promised. It is
best to investigate the company before applying for any
work at home position.
(This notice is a public service
of the Welch Publishing Co.)
REAL ESTATE
FOR RENT
FREE CABLE
Cordoba Apartments
Perrysburg Township.
Close to Owens & Crossroads.
Rent starting at $410
419-381-0600
CHARMING ONE bedroom
apartment, Maumee. $450/
month. 419-666-5320.
PERRYSBURG OFFICES,
from one room ($250/month)
to a suite ($9/sqaure-foot). No
cam charges. 419-410-3500 or
419-343-4633.
$2,500/Month
4/5 bedroom Luxury
home in The Sanctuary.
3,800 + sq. feet, 3 car
garage. 3 car garage. 3+
baths. Available 5/1/15.
Call Jon Modene
with RE/MAX Masters
419-466-7653
Perry’s Landing
Space for Rent
•Commercial/Office
Space, 500 sq. ft.-900
square feet available.
•2 bedroom apt. $600
plus utilities.
•1 bedroom apt. available, $550 plus utilities.
419-352-0717
For Rent
BANQUET FACILITY
New building. Beautiful
golf course setting.
Seats 175. $750
419-829-4505 or
[email protected]
Louisiana House
Perrysburg
Spacious and affordable 1 bedroom
apartments for eligible seniors 62
or older. All apartments are garden
level and include a storage room.
On-site community rooms, library,
computer center, laundry facilities
and activities. Phone 419-8742376 or visit our website
www.LouisianaHouse.net
1 BEDROOM bungalow, 237
East Fifth Street. Prime location with living room, study,
dining room, kitchen with all
appliances, large bedroom,
bathroom and 3-season sunroom. New energy efficient
furnace and central air, full
basement and nice backyard.
Non-smoking,
no
pets.
$995/month plus deposit. Call,
419-661-8800.
4 BED, 1.5 bath plus. Prime
location. Full basement (1/2
finished family room, built in
shelving other). Extra large
new shed, huge fenced yard, 2
car garage plus. Patio and
tiled/cement entertainment
area. Available for showing
July 1. Details on Craigslist.
11894 Eckel Junction Road.
1 BEDROOM premium apartment, 600 square-feet. New
carpeting, appliances, kitchen
cabinets and countertops.
$489/month. 419-666-5320.
2 BEDROOM villa. C/A, gas
heat,
attached
garage,
washer/dryer
hook-ups,
$715/month. 419-874-0889.
PERRYSBURG
TOWNHOUSE, 2 bedroom, 1 1/2
bath, garage, range, refrigerator, dishwasher, 801 Three
Meadows.
No
dogs.
$660/month. 419-376-8583.
PERRYSBURG UPSTAIRS
1
bedroom
apartment.
$650/month. Electric, water,
trash pick-up provided. Garage. Non-smoking, no pets allowed. Very quiet and private.
Call Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
or
Friday,
9-5.
419-874-7291.
ROSSFORD 2 bedroom, quiet
community. Green space, water and refuse included. Pets
possible. $490/month. By appointment, call 419-385-0704.
SMALL 2 bedroom bungalow
with Florida room. 30x30 cement block garage, large yard,
all appliances. Perrysburg
Township, country living, 10
minutes from Levis and Rt.20.
Non-smoking. $900/month.
305-619-3590.
WOODVILLE, OHIO 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom country
home. Non-smoking, no indoor pets. $650/month plus deposit and utilities. 419350-7127.
Reduced to Low $100’s
Rossford Ranch
Payments only $641.10
(not including taxes)—
less than rent! Move in
today! You will be amazed
at how beautiful our 3 bedroom home is! Totally updated kitchen with cabinets
galore, adjacent to an eating
area that looks into a year
round sunroom! You will
enjoy the huge family room
adjacent to the kitchen! 2
large bedrooms Plus a Master suite and fantastic updated master bath with
custom cabinets, ceramic
shower, & lots of light!
Rarely will you ever find a
home situated in a private
garden of flowers, extraordinary landscaping & a
gazebo for resting & reading a book! Enjoy the maintenance free
quality
features and the cul-de-sac
private street. Don’t miss!
Info + Photos on all MLS properties
go to www.danberry.com
29169 Bates Road – Open Sunday, 12-2 –
3 BR, 2.5 bath condo on 12th fairway at
Belmont, completely renovated, eat-in
kitchen with granite, fire & ice gas fireplace
in family room, bsmt. $219,900. #72344
11702 Savanna Lake, Whitehouse –
Open Sunday 1-3 – Beautiful waterfront 4
BR/2.5 bath with walk-out basement, 1st
floor master, 3 car garage. $355,500.
#72004
28520 White Road – Open Sunday 122 – 3 BR/1 bath, inviting front porch, sunroom, hardwood floors. $164,900. #72214
208 Hoffman, Rossford – 3 BR/1.1 bath
with master suite, finished bsmt., everything updated. $110,500. #71964
26693 Green Ville Dr. – New Listing – Exceptional 4 BR/2.5 ba home with in-ground
pool & private yard, renovated throughout.
$394,900. #72354
2438 Mission Hill – Simply gorgeous
home with private setting overlooking pond
in Sanctuary, 5371 s.f. $769,900. #72124
2317 Water Wheel, Holland – 4 BR/2.5
bath, 2841 s.f. spacious family room has
fireplace, den & sunroom, new roof, siding,
carpet, hvac. $214,900. #7216
989 Reeves, BG – 4-5 BR/2.2 BA with 3
car garage, great open floor plan with soaring ceilings, full basement with bath.
$319,900. #72304
25209 Rocky Harbour – Waterfront 4
B/2.5 B in Riverbend Lakes, built 2005, 1st
floor master suite, great room has stone fireplace. $304,900. #71894
7221 Stitt, Waterville – 1.1 acre 3 BR/2.5
bath, 1st floor master suite, basement, hot
tub. $189,900. #71434
30278 Waterford – Stately riverfront 3
BR/2 full 2 half baths, spacious kitchen
with granite counters, incredible views, private screened porch, deck & patio.
$534,900. #72024
7896 Enchanted Circle – $834,900 –
Monclova – PENDING
16480 N. River, Pemberville – $424,900 –
PENDING
14722 Prairie Lake – $299,900 – PENDING
25483 Hull Prairie – $273,900 – PENDING
26932 Mingo – $264,900 – PENDING
28220 Simmons Road – $179,900 –
PENDING
1138 Warbler, BG – $172,500 – PENDING
28521 Woodland – $159,900 – PENDING
10576 Eckel Junction – $119,900 –
PENDING
11055 Riverbend – $100,000 – PENDING
8938 Orchard Lake – SOLD
221 Margaret – SOLD
1390 Running Brook – SOLD
1061 Eastbrook – SOLD
Contact: Donna Friesner,
CRS, e-Pro
419-356-6688
For Virtual tours
and other information
please visit:
www.dfriesner.danberry.com
2425 Goldenrod Lane, Perrysburg – 4
bed, 2.5 bath, open floor plan, 3 car garage.
$324,900.
15582 John F. McCarthy Way, Perrysburg – 3 bed, 2.5 bath ranch, open floor
plan, 3 car garage, waterfront lot available. $405,900.
Riverford Subdivision New
Plat – 17 Lots Available.
Call for details.
Dan Novotny
419-575-2430
www.danielnovotny.danberry.com
Infoline # 419-539-1020
CLASSIFIEDS 419-874-4491
Beautiful Perrysburg Home For Sale
25743 Willowbend Road
4 Bedroom, 3 1/2 Bath, 3206 Sq. Ft. • $364,900
Call Robert F. Mix Realtors at 419-897-5550 to view.
5 BEDROOM, quality, intown, Perrysburg home. For
sale by owner. 2,108 squarefeet, 2.5 baths, hard-wood floor
and carpet, fenced yard.
Beautiful 3 season porch.
Finished basement with wet
bar. Several newer windows
(2013), new roof (2006). 961
Lober Drive. Willing to work
with buyer’s agents. $195,000.
419-356-4409. www.zillow.com.
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261 Riverside – $629,900
–
OPEN HOUSE 6/28,
12-2 p.m. – Rossford luxury escape! Raised custom ranch with walkout
basement. 1.5 private
acres with Maumee River
view. Commercial grade kitchen, Brazillian wood
floors. 4500 square feet with possible 2700+ available in second story.
521 Arlene – NEW Listing – Maumee – $169,900 –
Open 6/28, 2:45 to 4:30 pm.
26525 Catawba – $276,500 – PENDING
2946 Deep Water – $449,500 – SOLD
26850 Fort Meigs Rd. – $179,900 – PENDING
2028 Adams Ct. – 364,900 – SOLD
8310 Sycamore Woods Ln. – $234,900 – PENDING
5840 Porsha – 234,900 – SOLD
1019 Woodsdale - $24,400
Jeannie: 419-297-0728
Stephen: 419-290-6513
James: 419-290-6254
For your private
showing call: Joyce
@ 419-360-1534
PUBLISHER’S NOTICE
All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing
Act which makes it illegal to advertise
“any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex,
handicap, familial status or national origin, or intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.”
Familial status includes children under
the age of 18 living with parents or legal
custodians, pregnant women and people
securing custody of children under 18.
This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which
is in violation of the law. Our readers are
hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available
on an equal opportunity basis. Call the
Fair Housing Center, 243-6163, before
you run your advertisement. To complain
of discrimination call HUD toll-free at 1800-669-9777. The toll-free telephone number for the hearing
impaired is 1-800-927-9275.
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Real Estate
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A WELLES BOWEN REALTOR
261 Riverside – $629
–
OPEN HOUSE 6
12-2 p.m. – Rossford
ury escape! Raised
tom ranch with wal
basement. 1.5 pri
acres with Maumee R
view. Commercial grade kitchen, Brazillian w
floors. 4500 square feet with possible 2700+ a
able in second story.
521 Arlene – NEW Listing – Maumee – $169,9
Open 6/28, 2:45 to 4:30 pm.
26525 Catawba – $276,500
– PENDING
207 Harvest,
2946 Deep Water – $449,500 – SOLD
26850 Fort Meigs Rd.Waterville
– $179,900 – PENDING
$234,900
2028 Adams Ct. – 364,900
– SOLD
4 beds, 2Ln.
full,–2 $234,900
half baths. – PENDI
8310 Sycamore Woods
Awesome
3 car garage
5840 Porsha – 234,900
– SOLD
Jeannie: 419-297
w/abundant storage,Stephen: 419-290
1019 Woodsdale - $24,400
James:
419-290
10 ft ceiling in family room
& den, new carpet
throughout upper level,
9ft ceilings in basement, huge walk-in closet in owner’s suite.
OPEN SUNDAY – 2-4PM.
[email protected] • Cell 419-345-5170
Key Realty
2 col. x 3.75”
Price is $95.63/week
for both Pburg/Rossford & online
Run dates 6/24 and 6/25/15
SulphurSpringsRealty.com
Mindy McGrail
Cell 419.304.3339
[email protected]
REALTY, INC.
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419-509-5080
[email protected]
Phil Casey
419.360.3304
[email protected]
29620 Gleneagles Rd. #C, Perrysburg.
Reduced $234,900. Fantastic, updated
condo on the golf course. Move right in
and enjoy the view!
765 Ashbury, Perrysburg. $259,900.
Pending
Jim Simons
419.344.9702
NEW! 425 Wolf Creek. This
beautiful home is in excellent
condition. It features 4 bed/2.5
baths, neutral décor, vaulted
great room and new deck overlooking large yard. $229,900.
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MICHIGAN COTTAGE, 1
hour
away,
$149,000.
419-873-9814.
2 story foyer, open floor plan, large eat-in kitchen, large center island, upgraded cabinets, Mexican tile floor, Corian countertops,
commercial stove. Family room w/wet bar, built-in bookcases & a
2-way fireplace shared w/sun room, w/cathedral ceiling. Large formal dining room & living room have crown moulding & chair rail.
Oak hardwood floors throughout 1st floor. Four large bedrooms &
2 full baths up, master suite w/walk-in closet & large bath. Finished basement w/sauna & office space. 2 car garage w/work
bench, plenty of storage, brick patio, large fenced backyard.
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$495/month plus deposit,
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BY OWNER, Perrysburg.
4051 Stable Creek, 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath, sprinkler
system. $228,900 OBO.
419-350-7595.
SOLD! 26343 Carronade Drive, beautiful . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$239,900
SOLD! 890 Sandalwood, Three Meadows beauty . . . . . . . .$210,000
NEW! 1719 Glendel Ln., Toledo, beautiful setting . . . . .$179,900
NEW! 3755 Linden Green, over 2,000 sq. ft. . . . . . . . . .$144,900
NEW! 4921 Fairfield, Brick ranch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$134,900
NEW! 834 Gribbin, Duplex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$129,900
SOLD ! 546 W. Second, Perrysburg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$118,900
PENDING! 316 Indian Ridge, 3 bed/1.5 bath Rossford .$103,000
SOLD ! 2343 Marengo, Beverly area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$94,900
Dowling Road, Lots of Lots 5+ acres each . . . . . . . . . . . .$57,000
NEW! 1947 Brussels, Toledo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,900
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Christine B. Rettig
ABR, CRS, e-PRO, GRI
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419.874.3230
[email protected]
Company Sales Leader 2011
419.874.5582
[email protected]
Priced to Sell!
Move In Condition!
17781 W. Riverside Drive
$299,000
Large Lot,
View of Portage River
29915 St. Andrews Road
$349,000
1st Floor Master
Surround Deck
29678 Carnoustie Ct. ~ Total Update in 2000 ~ $349,500
29915 St. Andrews Rd. ~ Belmont Golf Course ~ $349,000
17781 W. Riverside Dr. ~ Make An Offer! ~ $299,000
108 W. Harrison St. ~ Move In Ready ~ $289,000
903 Key St. ~ Maumee Brick Ranch ~ $163,500
15265 Fostoria Rd. ~ NEW LISTING ~ $159,900
PENDING ~ 30025 E. RIVER ROAD
SOLD ~ 2141 OLD TRAIL ROAD
BUILDING LOTS AVAILABLE:
Millbury and Moline ~ Call for details
Visit www.BillieBodnar.com to see more!
29456 Bates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 acres . . . . . . . . . . . $189,900
829 Turnbury . . . . . . . . . . . . PENDING . . . . . . . . . $127,500
28889 Georgia . . . . . . . . . . . . SOLD . . . . . . . . . . $117,500
2537 Amara. . . . . . . . . OPEN SUNDAY 1-3. . . . . $109,900
Lots 9 & 10 Cambridge . . . Pburg lots. . . . . . $65,000 each
26497 Catawba Perrysburg – REDUCED! Spacious 2884
sq. ft., 4 bedroom home with granite/ss kitchen and plenty
of storage. Finished basement will not disappoint! Prime
location!
8486 Latcha Road – 1,800 sq foot home on 1.34 acres
4824 Laurel Hill – 2 bedroom, 3 full bath Berman built
condo. Huge finished basement and peaceful setting.
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Realtor®
419.356.2209
e-mail:
[email protected]
HOUSES
43 Knollwood. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Condo . . . . . . . . . . $127,900
28570 Stonecroft . . . “In-town” - NEW PRICE! . . $429,000
30064 Waterford . . . . . . . . . New Listing . . . . . . . . $479,000
COMMERCIAL
27068 Oakmead . . . . . . Comm. Office Space . . . . $147,000
2615 Glendale, Toledo . . . . . . 1.7 acres . . . . . . . . . $175,000
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Betty J. Lazzaro, CRS & ABR
TBR Million Dollar Club Life Member
CONGRATULATIONS 2014
COMPANY SALES LEADER!
Office: 419.874.8311
Home: 419.666.8423
Fax: 419.874.9536
Cell: 419.266.2588
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REDUCED!
24789 Hull Prairie Road
$699,000
Custom design home on 19.82
acres! Open and spacious floor
plan perfect for entertaining!
FEATURED LISTING!
9601 Lisa Lane
$389,500
Charming waterfront, beautifully landscaped ranch! Many
updates and open floor plan
New Listings
3337 Charter Oak Drive Homestead at Quarry
Single Family Homes
4844 West Cliff Court
Sylvania
26065 West River Road
Willowbend
9601 Lisa Lane
Grassy Creek
29760 Waterbury Circle
The Hamlet
30097 Waterford Drive Waterford by the River
1373 Brookwoode Road
River Ridge
3190 Riverwood Court Sanctuary on the River
24789 Hull Prairie Rd.
Horse Farm
14689 Wood Creek Court The Sanctuary
26290 Hull Prairie Rd.
River Ridge
630 Miami Manor
Maumee Riverfront
10920 Neiderhouse Road
PENDING
1139 Brookwoode Road
PENDING
3515 River Ridge Way
PENDING
29666 Chatham Way
PENDING
26868 Shawnee Drive
SOLD
7298 Starcrest Road
SOLD
28824 Hufford Road
SOLD
3505 River Ridge Way
SOLD
29779 Gleneagles
29569 Somerset
$409,000
PAM ’ S P ICKS
330 Riverside Drive .Riverfront Deep Water Dock . $799,500
17 Colony Court . . . . . . . . SOLD. . . . . . . . $217,017
6640 Alexander . . . . . . . . . SOLD. . . . . . . . $143,900
E-mail: [email protected]
$289,000
$379,900
$389,500
$399,900
$499,900
$549,900
$698,500
$699,000
$699,900
$1,165,000
$1,716,151
Condos / Villas
$239,900
PENDING
Building Lots
River Ridge Subdivision Lots-Perrysburg *Call for details
The Sanctuary
Lots-Perrysburg *Call for details
Sanctuary on the River Lots-Perrysburg *Call for details
27575 West River Road
Building Lot!
$69,900
Belmont Condo
View Current Listings @ www.ListedByBetty.com
Home: 419.666.8606 or Office 419.873.6113 x20
REALTY
˜Maumee River Home Sites˜
4059 RIVER ROAD - Unique Offering!
1.7 acres on Maumee River. Unique floor plan, 5 bedrooms, 5 baths, first floor master with his and her baths,
gourmet kitchen, many updates and improvements.
Wrap around deck overlooking 280 feet of river
frontage. And much more. Call for private showing.
$895,000.
MAUMEE’S FINEST! - Special!
1.8 acres on the Maumee. Old “Edison Club” property. Great
opportunity to develop your own river estate for low density
condominium project. Truly a special offering. Call for details. $495,000.
˜Hamlet˜
29590 DURHAM - Won’t Last!
Tucked away location with cozy feel. Unique Hamlet floor
plan with atrium, walled patio and deck. New painting and
carpeting throughout. Vaulted ceiling in living room with lots
of light. Granite kitchen. $235,900.
˜Lots˜
COLONY AT RIVER RIDGE - Spring Building Opportunity
Custom build your own unit with water view. Shared maintenance community. Special corner lot for 3 car garage. Make
offer. $59,500.
-
˜Rare Investment Opportunity˜
ROUTE 25 - Perrysburg
222—2 houses, 2 barns, 2 storage buildings and more.
500+ frontage on Dixie Highway. Call for details.
$395,000.
For more details or to schedule a showing
Contact: Michael G. Miller - 419.262.8311
[email protected]
Page 8 — June 25, 2015 — ROSSFORD RECORD JOURNAL
Volleyball camp set for July 8-10
fered July 8, 9 and 10, at
Rossford High School.
Students in grades 3 to 6
will attend from 9 to 10:30
a.m.
Students in grades 7 and
8 will attend from 11 a.m. to
12:30 p.m.
The cost is $35 per person. Participants should
bring a water bottle and
dress to be active. Campers
will receive a T-shirt.
For more information,
call Joe Durco at 419-3466283.
The Rossford High
School volleyball coaching
staff will hold a three-day
camp of basic skill instruction and game play for incoming students in grades
3-8.
The program will be of-
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Notice of Responsibility
to Maintain Property
This notice is to all property owners, operators,
agents or persons in possession of or control of any
charge of land within the City of Rossford, Ohio of their
responsibility to maintain their property free of noxious
weeds, high grass, litter or nuisance conditions in accordance with Chapter 555 of the City of Rossford Municipal Code and that they shall keep grass cut to a height
not in excess of six inches (6”). They shall also keep the
same free and clear from all noxious weeds and rank
vegetation on such lots owned or controlled by said owners, operators, agents or person in possession or control of said property to prevent such rank growth and/or
the maturing or spreading of seeds or pollen therefrom.
If full compliance is not made with this notice and the
provisions of Chapter 555 of the Rossford Municipal
Code within five (5) days after the date of this notice, then
such grass, weeds, and other vegetation will be cut by or
on behalf of the City of Rossford in accordance with
Chapter 555 of the Rossford Municipal Code and the
costs and expenses thereof, including any fines for violations, will be assessed against the respective lots or
lands. Violators will be prosecuted pursuant to the applicable provisions of Chapter 555 of the Rossford Municipal Code.
Published in the Rossford Record Journal, issues of June 18 and 25,
2015.
Alayna Cannings, Seth Crawford,
Corrina
DeHart,
William Doering, Mason Enderbury, Madison Fleck,
Collin Fox.
Alivia Garza, Andrew
Heck, Sophia Helton, Ethan
Jones, Riley Jones, Gretchen
Kieper, Chloe Madden, Abigail Misko, Nithiya Moorthi,
Garette Murphree, Jorie Peters, Wyatt Prater.
Mikayla Reisner, Jordan
Rosales, Jonah Shafer,
Mackenzie Walder, Logan
Wauford, Olivia Wertz,
Alexander Williams, Anthony Wilton, Adrianna Worley.
Fifth Grade
Gabrielle Boyd, Zachary
Chiarelott, Emily Claypool,
Logan Cramer, Owen Cully,
Analicia Flores, Austin
Frankforther,
Katelyn
Glowacki,
Benjamin
Goodrich, Richard Hogan,
Zoe Hussar.
Timothy McLane, Brady
McManus, Dean Meek,
Aaron Puterbaugh, Zackery
Royal, Sophia Smirnoff Poling, Elizabeth Spears, Ashton
Steele, Xavier Stiles, Brayden Tingley, Kyrah Underwood, Logan Vargo, Elijah
Wilburn.
Honor Roll
3.0-3.5
Third Grade
Tannek Bias, Caitlyn Bieganowski, Chloe Cook, Paige
Danford, Grayson Douglas,
Shawn Eck, Dylan Eckhart,
Julia Emerich, Xander Fitzpatrick, Arryannah Gomoll,
Landon Graser, Perry Graves.
Haley Hall, Cheyenne
Henry, Emilie Herman,
Aubrey Honsberger, Kaden
Kirkman, Sean Klocko, Zane
Klocko, Tyler Knehr, James
Lesick, Dylan McCann, Lillian McFarland, Alyssa
Micel, Justin Morse.
Megan Odneal, Noah
Pauken, Timothy Queen,
Aaron
Relf,
Samantha
Roberts, Taryn Rodriguez,
Alexander Ruffin, Anthony
Santellana, Remi Smith,
Alexandra Spears, Dominic
Sutter, Shane Vincent, Jack
Walters, Ryan Weisbrod,
Joshua Wend, Brandon
Wolfe, Ashley Wright.
Eagle Point Elementary
School recently released the
names of students on the
fourth quarter honor roll.
They are:
Principal’s Honor Roll
3.6-4.0
Third Grade
Macy Adams, Lacey
Alexander, Makayla Archambeau, Mia Barrera, Mallory
Bartley, Karol Basden, Christian Billick, Ezra Blatnik,
Kaden Bloomfield, Michael
Blue, Aryana Bond, Anthony
Costello, Alyssa Cox, Zetta
Culkstena, Kaylee Daleska,
Mia DeBortoli, Aislynne
Deck, Michael DeShetler,
Emma Fish, Lillian Fleck,
Owen Forshey.
Carleigh Good, Joshua
Grix, Grace Helton, Haley
Hogan, Nadia Howard, Liv
Hussar, Bryce Hutt, Destiney
Jurski, Xavier Kellermeier,
Alexis Kiger, Sommer Kitzler, Lilly Leganik, Izabelle
Mandell, Emily McConocha,
Madison Meyer, Broderick
Nusbaum, Anthony Quintanilla.
Landen Reiter, Logan
Russell, Olivia Rust, Rowan
Seger, Ava Sekulski, Jacob
Smith, Brandon Stark, Tristan
Steele, Ava Stolar, Emma
Sutter, Nicholas Taddonio,
Jesse Tanicala, Audrey
Thomas,
Kaila
Webb,
Serenidy Wertz, Victoria
Wignall.
Fourth Grade
Cydnee Baney, Lucas Fischer Bernius, Benjamin
Bialorucki, Jonathan Bias,
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OF PUBLIC HEARING
CITY OF ROSSFORD
DATE OF PUBLIC
HEARING: July 15, 2015
TIME OF SPECIAL
MEETING: 7:00 PM
LOCATION OF SPECIAL
MEETING: ROSSFORD
COUNCIL CHAMBERS
133 OSBORN ST.,
ROSSFORD, OHIO
The City of Rossford Municipal Planning Commission will hold a public
hearing in accordance with
Section 1114.08 of the Rossford Municipal Zoning Code
on Wednesday, July 15,
2015, at 7:00 p.m., in the
Rossford Municipal Building
at 133 Osborn Street, Rossford, Ohio 43460 to consider the application of
Sharon Ferguson and James
Veith to amend the zoning
map on one parcel of property.
Parcel
T68-400100000032000 totaling 40
acres located at the south
side of Deimling Road and
West of Lime City Road and
East of Crossroads Boulevard
is requesting to amend the
current zoning classification
from PC – Planned Commercial to a zoning classification
of R–3 Multiple Family Residential.
The application pertinent
to this hearing is available
for viewing at the City of
Rossford Municipal Building. Office hours are Monday through Friday from
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Mark G. Zuchowski
Zoning Department
City of Rossford
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other cat, Nastia comes with a few special quirks. First off, she demands she
have her own bowl of food. (Apparently, only the common kitties eat from the
community bowls.) She also recommends that there be plenty of soft places
for her to sleep. (Every queen does need
her beauty rest.) Lastly, she requires a
home that is filled with love. Nastia has had quite a life and is
ready for peace, quiet, and cuddles.
Tamara came to us through unfortunate
circumstances, but that doesn't show in
her personality. She's sweet as pie with
puppy dog eyes. If it weren't for her
gray fur, then you may never guess her
age. (Out of respect, we won't reveal it
either; it's unladylike.) This sweetheart
craves attention and a good snack (as
indicated by the drool). Her youthful
spirit shines through her eyes, even
when she's exhausted herself after a
short walk. At the end of the day, Tamara just wants a warm bed
and a home to call her own.
*All of our pets have been spayed or neutered, vaccinated appropriate to their age, tested for heart worm and current on prevention in dogs, and received an initial de-worming and flea prevention; adopters also are given a free physical exam to local participating veterinary offices. All of our pets are also microchipped
prior to adoption.*
Bring this advertisement to the shelter when you come to
adopt one of our featured animals and receive $20 off the animal’s regular adoption price (not combined with any other
specials) with an approved application.
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to learn more about these great pets. All of our adoptable animals
can be viewed by visiting www.WoodCountyHumaneSociety.org.
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from 7:30 am - 5 pm Monday through Friday.
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American Legion located at
145 Bergin Street, in Rossford, for all-you-can-eat
hamburgers, bratwursts and
hot dogs.
The meal is included in
the tournament cost.
Hole sponsorships are
available to any interested
families and friends of the
Legion. For more information or to register, call Rich
DeVaul at 419-661-0583,
Moe Minarcin at 419-6661149, Kathy James at 419367-0697 or Kevin Weaks at
419-661-1831.
Humane Ohio Pet Food Bank
welcomes pet food donations
to help meet the demand.
ing the time of their participation in the program.
Students will be required
to sign a completion pledge
that states they will: maintain continuous enrollment
in fall and spring semesters
with at least 15 credit hours
per semester for three years
or until degree completion,
whichever comes first; and
complete an academic plan
by the end of their second
semester.
“The tuition guarantee
program is designed to help
students and parents accurately predict tuition costs
for their entire time here at
Owens,” said Mr. Bower.
“We want to see students
succeed and this program is
rewarding students for taking positive steps toward
completion.”
The tuition guarantee is
part of Owens’ “Take 15”
initiative that assists students in graduating on time,
saving tuition money, and
starting their careers sooner.
For more information on
Owens Community College,
visit
the
website
at
www.owens.edu.
Owens Community College announces the implementation of a tuition
guarantee program, pending
Ohio Board of Regents approval, that will hold tuition
rates for fall 2015 and spring
2016 for up to three years or
until the completion of a degree, whichever comes first.
“Our mission is student
success and for many students cost plays a big factor
in their ability to continue
their
education,
Mike
Bower, Ph.D., president of
Owens Community College.
“While our tuition rate is
still lower than other institutions in northwest Ohio, we
want to do all we can to assist students in not only reducing cost, but also the
time required to complete a
degree.”
Existing full and parttime students and new (firsttime) full-time students who
elect to enroll in at least 15
credit hours in fall semester
2015 or spring semester
2016 will be eligible for the
guarantee.
Their tuition will be guaranteed at current rates dur-
The Rossford High School
drama club is holding a summer scavenger hunt.
Current RHS drama students can follow the directions
online and actively post photos/video
replies
to
@rhs_drama_club on Twitter,
as well as the Facebook page
“Rossford High School Drama
Department” with #dramacamp.
Participants will be eligible
to win prizes, including four
free tickets to the fall production of “Boeing Boeing” as
well as possible gift cards and
other surprises.
For more information, send
an email to rhsdrama
@gmail.com.
The Rossford American
Legion Post 533 will host a
golf scrambles on Saturday,
July 11, at 9 a.m., at Green
Meadows Country Club in
Monroe, Michigan.
The event is open to men,
women and mixed foursomes.
Cash prizes will be
awarded to the two teams
with the lowest scores. Other
cash prizes will be awarded
to men and women for long
drives and closest to the pin.
The cost is $70 per person, which includes skins.
After the golf scrambles, par-
nities.
Students who complete
the Leadership for Service
(L4S) Challenge within 12
months of their seminar are
eligible for the HOBY L4S
Challenge Award and the
President’s Volunteer Service
Award.
Alumni who log 4,000
hours of service receive the
President’s Call to Service
Award from HOBY. To date,
HOBY Ambassadors have
performed more than three
million hours of volunteer
service in their communities.
“One of the things
Schweitzer said to me was
that the most important thing
in education was to teach
young people to think for
themselves,”
said
Mr.
O’Brian.
“From that inspiration,
and with the support of others who believe in youth and
the American dream, I
started HOBY to seek out,
recognize, and develop outstanding leadership potential
among our nation’s youth.”
Hope Kemper, a sophomore at Rossford High
School, was selected to attend the Ohio West Hugh
O’Brian Youth (HOBY)
Leadership Seminar.
She joined more than 200
young leaders representing
as many high schools from
throughout
northwestern
Ohio. The seminar was held
in June, at Ohio Northern
University.
Students are chosen based
upon demonstrated leadership and potential for continued leadership growth.
Student
participants
(known as HOBY ambassadors) take part in hands-on
activities, meet leaders in
their state, and explore their
own personal leadership
skills while learning how to
lead others and make a positive impact in their community.
At the end of their seminars, HOBY ambassadors
are challenged to give back
by serving at least 100 volunteer hours in their commu-
RHS drama
holding
scavanger
hunt
Bus trip to
from Rossford
Call today to schedule a tour and learn more about our unique stroke program.
Fourth Grade
Tyler Bialorucki, Emma
Bias, Logan Bieganowski,
Zachary Boggs, Ian Clark,
Mackenzie Clements, Patrick
Collins, Olivia Cooper, Kaitlyn Dewey, Nathan Findley,
Lola Fryman, Elias Handy,
Nevan Hanthorn, Noah
Hayes, Owen Hill, Riley Hill.
Meghan Johnson, Hunter
Kitzler, Abigail Markin,
James McNiel, Allison
Mierzwiak, Raiden Milligan,
Allison Misko, Ella Moon,
Mallory Nevins.
Rayana Peoples, Kylee
Perry, Gabrielle Pierce, Lillian Poorman, Jocelyne
Pressnell, Carmyn Ramer
Perez, Makayla Smaw, Andrew Sowinski, Caiden
Spencer, Nicholas Stopera,
Brandon Swope, William
TenEyck, Jacob Tuczynski,
Alaina Warner, Makaila Willcutt.
Fifth Grade
Trenton
Bachmayer,
Thomas Brock, Christian
Brown, Austin Cramer, Sydney Doughten, Emma Fosgate, Jeremy Garrett, Austin
Gomoll, Jacob Hope, Alexis
Hutchinson, Kiersten Johnson, Nolan Kieper, Ashleigh
Krider, Alexis Lenix, Gavin
Linkous, Bay McMillan,
Nikole Paszko, Taylor Perry,
Blake Pierce.
Jacob Radde, Lucas Reiter,
Rylin
Reynolds,
Melayna Rios, Ava Rohrs,
Alexander Sears, Owen
Smith, Hailey Sparks, Ashley
Stopera, Riley Sutter, Emily
Tokar, Alyssa Walker, Seth
Walters, Nicholas Westdyk,
Elizabeth Whitaker, Andres
Ybarra.
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