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YOUR HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER
HollandSpringfield
Established 2003
VOLUME 14, NUMBER 28 –JULY 12, 2016
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Holland Pickleball Club collects items for Victory Center
On July 6, members of the Holland Pickleball Club hosted the second annual paper products drive to benefit the Victory Center. The group loaded picnic tables at Strawberry Acres
Park in Holland with paper towels, toilet paper, plastic drink cups, trash bags, copier paper, tissues and other items. The mission of the Victory Center, 5532 West Central Avenue,
Toledo, is to provide hope and support to cancer patients, survivors and families. The 320 plus club members wanted to provide items to meet the center’s everyday needs so that it
could concentrate on wellness needs of patients.
Pickleball members meet at the park every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. where they enjoy a friendly competition. Holland Mayor Mike Yunker, an avid
pickleball player, said people come from all over to play at the six public courts. “Last week we had a group from Minnesota who were passing through the area and stayed for several
days to play on the courts,” he said, adding, We’ve had people from Arizona and Florida who come to the courts and play when they are here.”
The mayor said the courts are popular with players, many of whom are seniors, in part because they are situated under large shade trees unlike most fields of play. He encourages
area residents to visit the park, noting that in addition to pickleball, the park offers bocce ball courts, and Holland residents can borrow game equipment from the village office.
Gypsy moths back in Holland
David Moore
appointed
battalion chief
By Jane Maiolo
Springfield Township has
appointed a battalion chief.
At the July 5 meeting, the
trustees accepted Fire Chief
Barry Cousino’s recommendation to appoint 21-year veteran David Moore as
battalion chief of fire prevention and operations.
“We are happy to accept
the promotion recommendation effective July 1, said
Trustee Bob Bethel.
Chief Cousino said battalion chief was created after re-
Red Cross
issues call
to blood donors
The American Red
Cross has issued an emergency call for blood and
platelets, urging all eligible donors to give now to
replenish an extremely low
summer blood supply.
Blood donations have
fallen short of hospital
needs for the past few
months, resulting in about
39,000 fewer donations
than what’s needed, as
well as a significant draw
down of the overall Red
Cross blood supply. In addition, the Independence
Day holiday may have
caused many regular
donors to postpone donations due to vacation plans.
Donors with all blood
types are needed.
To schedule an appointment to donate, use the
free Blood Donor App,
visit redcrossblood.org or
call 1-800-733-2767.
Gypsy moths are back at
Strawberry Acres Park in
Holland prompting Mayor
Mike Yunker to take action.
The mayor met recently
with Amy Stone, director of
OSU
Extension-Lucas
County Agriculture and Natural Resources. “Last week
Amy met me in the park to
verify the presence of gypsy
moths. The caterpillars were
observed as they were falling
all over the pickleball courts,
creating a mess,” he said,
adding that most of the park
trees show evidence of the
Journal readers are everywhere
See GYPSY page 2Á
Fire Chief Barry Cousino, left, congratulates David Moore,
who was appointed battalion chief.
viewing the department’s
structure. The position replaces that of fire prevention
captain and is a retitle, he explained.
Battalion Chief Moore
will receive a salary of $28.84
per hour.
Cellular Tower
Zoning inspector Jacob
Barnes provided the trustees
with an update on a proposed
cell phone tower at 2100
South
Holland-Sylvania
Road.
Mr. Barnes said he has not
heard from Verizon, but residents continue to call, expressing their concern about
the tower’s proposed location.
“Since our letter to Verizon enacting the Ohio Revised Code regarding the
process for the cell tower, we
have not heard anything from
them,” added administrator
Leslie Kohli. “They have not
attempted to get a permit
from the township nor the
county and do not appear to
be trying to build it without a
permit.”
Several months ago the
trustees sent Verizon a certified letter advising the company that they may not have
been in compliance with
statutory obligations under
the Ohio Revised Code.
Other Business
In other business, the
trustees:
•Set a public hearing for 7
p.m., Monday, August 1 on a
zoning change request for
1403 Kieswetter Road. Owners Robert and Antoinette
Trumbull are seeking to rezone their lot from M1/M3
industrial to RA3 large lot
residential.
A single family home sits
on the acreage, and the land
use plan calls for residential
in that area, explained Mr.
Barnes.
•Reviewed the zoning permit summary for June. The
department issued 27 permits
and collected fees of $1,460.
Included in the permits
were five for new dwellings.
“That’s good to see,” Mr.
Barnes said.
The report also included
approval of a preliminary site
plan for a new Dollar General
at 9128 Airport Highway.
•Discussed the recent fireworks display. Mr. Glenn
noted that the display went
off without a hitch, but said
he would like to see the display go back to being held on
the last Saturday before July
4, which is when they were
held the previous year.
See MOORE page 2Á
From there to here, from here to there, Journal readers are everywhere.
The staff invites readers to submit photos of themselves or others reading the paper wherever
they may travel, whether it is Tennessee or Turkey.
Michael and Sandi Grohnke of Toledo traveled to Alaska for 10 days in June. “We went on
a three-day land tour starting in Fairbanks and ending with a five-hour train ride to Whittier,”
Mr. Grohnke said.
From Whittier, the couple boarded the Island Princess for a seven-day glacier cruise, that
ended in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Above, the couple stand at the entrance of
Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge in Denali National Park. In the background is Denali,
formerly Mt. McKinley, the tallest mountain peak in North America, Denali’s summit is 20,310
feet above sea level.
Readers and advertisers are encouraged to submit photos of themselves reading the paper.
Try to include a familiar background. For example, the Phantom Ship makes an interesting
backdrop for a reader at Crater Lake National Park, Oregon.
Photos may be submitted by email to [email protected] or by mail to The Journal, 117
East Second Street, Perrysburg, Ohio 43551. If photos are sent by mail and need to be returned,
please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope.
Please note the name of the person(s) in the photo and their hometown/business as well as
any other details you may want to add about the trip.
PUBLIC RECORD
Page 2 — July 12, 2016 — HOLLAND-SPRINGFIELD JOURNAL
It’s on the
Marriage Licenses
The following area individuals applied for Marriage licenses with the Lucas
County Probate Court June
1 to 30, 2016.
Justin S. Walker, Maumee;
Kierstyn O. Lather, Holland.
Harold L. Concannon and
Marina D. Shannon, both of
Toledo.
Michael J. Uhler and Sarah
E. Ruffer, both of Holland.
Reid A. Parsons and
Tiffani A. Arnold, both of
Toledo.
Carlos M. C. Suarez,
Spanaway, Washington; Kara
M. Weller, Holland.
Scott A. Lewis and Alyssa
M. Magnacca, both of Holland.
Clay S. Nordhaus and
Madeline J. DeRaedt, both of
Toledo.
Dominic A. Petro and
Bridget L. Landon, both of
Toledo.
Derek B. Galla and Sarah
L. McMasters, both of Holland.
Kristoffer B. Krupitzer,
Maumee; Kimberly Jean
Maunz, Toledo.
Eric R. Gullikson and Hannah G. Hendricks, both of
Toledo.
William J. Cooper and
Amanda J. Huffman, both of
Holland.
Alexander R. Geisel, Perrysburg; Brianna L. Parton,
Holland.
Thomas L. Tabb and
Shawna M. Mays, both of
Toledo.
Lavern J. Bellair, Holland;
Darlene K. Merki, Toledo.
Paul E Miles and Sarah E.
Escobar, both of Holland.
India L. Holley and Sabrina E. Haskin, both of Toledo.
Charles A. Belcher and
Elif K. Erturk, both of Toledo.
Scott J. Bayer and Danielle
L. Fortner, both of Toledo.
Anthony E. L. Pepper,
Swanton; Chelsey A. Bublick,
Toledo.
Antonio J. Lee, Holland;
Ashley M. Lewis, Southfield,
Michigan.
Larry L. Symington and
Estrella A. Rios, both of
Toledo.
Aaron D. Fall and Patricia
A. Zachel, both of Toledo.
Cody S. Deleon and Mallory C. Haefner, both of
Toledo.
The following cases were
heard in Sylvania Municipal
Court June 27 to July 1,
2016. Court costs are $98 unless otherwise noted.
Justice R. Folczynski, Sylvania; attempted possession of
drugs; fines, $750; court costs,
$99; 180 days jail, 100 suspended; attempted drug paraphernalia; fines, $500; court
costs, $123; 90 days jail, 87
suspended.
James H. Anderson II, Sylvania; (4) attempted possession of drugs; fines, $2,000;
court costs, $795.25; 330 days
jail, 282 suspended; (2) attempted petty theft; fines,
$1,000; court costs, $306; 180
days jail, 156 suspended; pay
$515 restitution; petty theft;
fines, $500; court costs, $143;
180 days jail, 168 suspended;
(2) DUS non FRA; fines,
$700; court costs, $212; 82
days jail, 70 suspended.
Cody
P.
O’Connor,
Maumee; attempted hit skip;
fines, $750; court costs, $119;
180 days jail, 140 suspended;
two year license suspension.
Deladem E. King, Sylvania; aggravated menacing;
fines, $400; court costs, $164;
no contact with victim; 180
days jail, 140 suspended; pay
$299.12 restitution; (2) attempted possession of drugs;
fines, $800; court costs, $236;
270 days jail, 228 suspended;
petty theft; fines, $400; court
costs, $143; 92 days jail, 90
suspended; pay $69.67 restitution.
Jami Hollerbach, Sylvania;
petty theft; fines, $500; court
costs, $143; 180 days jail, 170
suspended.
Definitions
OVI–operating a vehicle
under the influence.
DUS–driving under suspension.
FRA–financial responsibility act
June 30 to July 4, 2016
age, 3400 block Silica Road.
Saturday, July 2
Theft and criminal damage, 5900 block Red Oak
Drive.
Monday, July 4
Theft, 5700 block West
Central Avenue.
Sylvania Municipal Court Report
Sylvania Twp.
Police Report
Thursday, June 30
Burglary, 6200 block
Blossman; theft, 2700 block
Centennial Road.
Friday, July 1
Theft and criminal dam-
GYPSY
Continued from page 1
gypsy moth caterpillars eating the leaves off the
canopies.
“One of our maintenance
employees last week said it
was so bad that while he was
working in the park he could
actually hear the mass eating
of leaves by the caterpillars
and watching the leaf particles fall like it was snowing,”
Mayor
Yunker
continued.
After touring other parts
of the village and observing
gypsy moth infestation, he
consulted with Ms. Stone regarding treatment.
“The best treatment
would be an aerial spray of
the entire village and maybe
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Springfield Township as well
if this infestation is present
there,” he explained.
Mayor Yunker will seek
council’s approval for the
spraying at the July 12 meeting. Open to the public, the
meeting will be held at 7:30
p.m. in council chambers,
1245 Clarion Avenue, Holland.
In the meantime, he urges
residents to contact the village if they notice on their
properties oak trees with
leaves partially eaten, tree
limbs that are dead or brown
droppings discoloring the
sidewalks.
“If you see evidence of
the gypsy moth on your
property call us at 419-8657104 so we may document
this for the application we
file with the state,” he said.
The mayor concluded,
“I'd really like to eliminate
this gypsy moth problem before it destroys our park
trees.”
MOORE
Continued from page 1
The cost to put on the display is $20,000, and donations are being accepted at
the administration building
to defray the cost.
•Paid bills from June 17
to July 5, totalling, $66,479
and electronic payments
from June 16 to 29 of
$183,459, which includes
the biweekly payroll of
$169,210.
•Heard from fiscal officer
Barb Dietze that the biennial
audit is beginning and
should be complete by the
end of September.
The next trustees meeting
will be at 7 p.m., Monday,
July 18, at the township
meeting hall, 7617 Angola
Road, and is open to the public.
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Join Us In Worship
Obituary
IN THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE
7001 Angola Road - Holland, Ohio
Sundays at 9:45 a.m.
Pastor David L. Carpenter, Jr.
419-491-8417
www.wonderministries.org
Non-denominational
NEW HOPE
CHRISTIAN
CHURCH
(Disciples of Christ)
Corner of Garden
and Holloway Roads
Holland, Ohio 43528
Sunday School: 9 a.m.
Worship: 10 a.m.
(419) 867-1535
www.newhopedisciples.com
LIVING FAITH
UNITED
METHODIST
CHURCH
1240 Columbus Ave.
Holland, OH 43528
419-865-3943
Pastor: Jared Groose
SUNDAY
10:30 a.m. - Sunday morning Worship Service
WEDNESDAY
6:00 p.m. - Potluck.
Come, join us!
We are just like you.
Open Hearts, Open Doors,
Open Minds.
Attend
the Church
of Your Choice
“corner of Angola & Albon”
8201 Angola Road
www.aplacetomeetgod.org
419-867-7794
Join us Sunday morning
at 10 a.m.
Classes for the kids.
PROVIDENCE
LUTHERAN CHURCH
8131 Airport Highway
(corner Albon and Airport)
Holland, Ohio 43528
(419) 865-4548
SATURDAY
5:00 p.m. - Contemporary
Worship
SUNDAY
9:00 a.m. - Traditional Worship
10:30 a.m. - Praise Service
with Faith Trek for the kids
10:00-10:30 a.m. - Coffee,
cookies and fellowship for all!
Communion Every Sunday.
PAYNE MEMORIAL
AME CHURCH
“Come Grow With Us”
209 S. King Rd
(between Angola
and Hill Avenue)
Sunday Worship 11 a.m.
Pastor: Regena J. Mangrum
Resurrection Lutheran
to host VBS July 25-29
Resurrection
Lutheran
Church will host a Vacation
Bible School program July 25
to 29. The program, for children ages 4 to 12, will be held
from 9 to 11:30 a.m. each day.
There is no cost to attend.
The theme is “Barnyard
Roundup–Jesus Gathers Us
Together.” Participants will
learn five basic Bible truths,
while enjoying crafts, singing
and games.
Registration is available
online
at
resurrection
maumee.com. For more information, call 419-867-7352.
The church is located at
2250 South Holland-Sylvania
Road, Maumee.
Sylvania United Church of Christ
to host VBS program in July
Sylvania United Church of
Christ will host “Journey to
Colombia” Vacation Bible
School July 20-21 and 25-26.
The free program, for children age 3 by July 1 through
those entering sixth grade,
will include dinner at 5:30
p.m., followed by the program from 6 to 8 p.m.
Parents and/or caregivers
are welcome to come for dinner and stay for the activities
as they learn and play with
their children.
Journey to Colombia has
been designed to introduce
the South American country
and its traditions through a
fun, educational experience.
Adults and children will sing,
create crafts, play games, eat,
and reflect on biblical passages. The daily themes taken
from the Bible include: “I was
a Stranger,” “I was Hungry
and Thirsty,” “I Needed
Clothes,” and “I Was Sick.”
Participants will help others by making comfort quilts
for children and decorating
muslin bags for Rahab’s
Heart. Rahab’s Heart, located
in north Toledo, is a resource
for adult women trapped in
trafficking.
“While participants will
learn much about how
Colombian culture differs
from our culture during this
experience, they will also
come to realize how much
alike the human family is,”
said Sharon McCord, Sylvania United Church of Christ’s
coordinator of children’s ministries. “We are all God’s people, and we are interrelated
despite differences in faith
traditions, culture, skin colors, and geography.”
The registration form, due
by July 13, is available online
at www.sylvaniaucc.org/vbs.
For more information, call
Ms. McCord at 419-8820048.
Sylvania United Church of
Christ is located at 7240 Erie
Street in Sylvania.
•MICHELLE AMLIN
In loving memory...
Michelle Amlin, 49,
passed away peacefully in her
sleep, Saturday, July 2, 2016,
after a courageous battle
against cancer.
Michelle was born on August 26, 1966, to David and
Sharon Green of Toledo. She
graduated from Start High
School in 1984. She became
a realtor. Michelle met her
husband of 24 years, Jack, at
Auction School. They have
two boys, Greg and Nick.
Michelle was long-time
resident of Springfield Township. Along with their company, Amlin Auctions, she
was involved with many
charities and loved giving
back to her community but
her greatest passion was taking care of her boys.
Heaven gained a beautiful
angel, and she will be deeply
missed by her family, friends,
and all who had the privilege
of knowing her.
A celebration of life will
be held for our sweet
Michelle on Thursday, July
14, from 2 to 8 p.m., and Friday, July 15, with a service at
11 a.m. Both services will be
at Providence Lutheran
Church on Airport Highway,
near Albon Road.
Prayer for
the Nation
event set
for July 16
A Prayer for the Nation
event will be held Saturday,
July 16, at 10 a.m., at CedarCreek Church, 2600 West
Sylvania Avenue, Toledo.
The community is invited
to attend this non-denominational program.
The free gathering will be
hosted by Associate Pastor
Josh Brossia of CedarCreek
Church.
The purpose of the gathering is to stir the hearts of the
community to unite and draw
closer to God.
There will be a time of
prayer for the nation, state,
leaders, homes and more.
The event is not political
in nature and will not be used
to promote any candidate.
For more information,
send an email to Sandy Stewart at [email protected]
.com
Check us out
on the web:
hollandsfj.us
HOLLAND-SPRINGFIELD JOURNAL — July 12, 2016 — Page 3
Holland American Legion commander
honored in Strawberry Festival Parade
The Strawberry Festival Parade
honored Ron Berlincourt, Holland
American Legion #646 commander of
the Burial Corps and Color Guard
member. Also honored was Fire Chief
Cousino and the police chief. Mr.
Berlincourt served in the Marine
Corps in Korea, receiving two Purple
Hearts.
The American Legion Color Guard
started the parade with a 21-gun
salute, followed by the Springfield
High School Band playing “The Star
Spangled Banner.” Participants also
included the zoo, churches and area
businesses. There was a queen, along
with mini-queens and little majorettes
in costumes.
Right: Ron Berlincourt in the parade with Fire Chief Cousino.
Below: Members of the Holland
American Legion Color Guard.
Caregiver classes available
“Caring for the Caregiver,”
a free, workshop designed to
help those who are caring for
the needs of a friend or family
member find personal meaning in the experience, is being
offered at Hospice of Northwest Ohio.
The following sessions
will be offered:
•July 21 and 28, from 6 to
8 p.m., at Hospice of Northwest Ohio, 30000 East River
Road, Perrysburg. Participants must register by July
15.
•August 23 and 30, from 2
to 4 p.m., at Hospice of
Northwest Ohio, 800 South
Detroit Avenue, Toledo. Participants must register by August 17.
•September 22 and 29,
from 2 to 4 p.m., at Hospice
of Northwest Ohio, 30000
East River Road, Perrysburg.
Participants must register by
September 16.
The program is open to the
public. Participants will learn:
•Simple things they can do
to cope with the stressors and
losses of caregiving.
•How to care for themselves so that they can better
care for their loved one.
•Resources available to
them.
•Information that will simplify the caregiving process
•How to have difficult
conversations
•To talk about end-of-life
care and make important decisions
•To maintain a positive,
healthy and hope-filled outlook.
The workshop is held in
partnership with the Area Office on Aging. For more information or to register, call Julie
Tucholski at 419-931-5534.
To request caregiving
classes for a group, call Hospice of Northwest Ohio at
419-661-4001.
USE THE CLASSIFIEDS 419-874-2528
FREE ‘WELCOME TO MEDICARE’ SEMINAR
Wednesday, July 20th, at 6:00 p.m.
Stautzenberger College in Arrowhead Park, Rm. 126
1796 Indian Wood Circle, Maumee, OH 43537
Hello, my name is James Poling and I host this
Medicare Educational Seminar every month for anyone
that will soon be eligible for Medicare and has questions.
It is critical that you understand your options!! We will discuss Medicare Part A&B, when and how to enroll, and the basics of Medicare Supplement plans, Medicare Advantage Plans, and Medicare Part D Plans.
This is an Educational Event NOT a Sales Event.
No specific carrier or plan materials will be presented or sold.
There is no cost to attend. There is no obligation in attending.
Walk-ins are welcome. RSVP is optional. Individual appointments
are available if you prefer. Call 419-872-0204 with any questions.
(Not affiliated with Medicare or any government agency.)
Citizen Advisory Group
770 Commerce Drive • Perrysburg, OH 43551
419-872-0204
877-883-1224
www.citizenadvisory.com
Page 4 — July 12, 2015 — HOLLAND-SPRINGFIELD JOURNAL
Springfield Schools Foundation
to host golf outing on August 8
The Springfield Schools
Foundation will hold a Tee It
Up for Classroom Technology golf outing on Monday,
August 8. The event will be
held at Stone Oak Country
Club.
The event kicks off with
registration and lunch at
11:30 a.m. There will be a
shot gun start at 1 p.m. Cock-
tails, heavy hors d’oeuvres
and awards will follow.
The cost for entry is $600
per team for the four-person
scramble event. Sponsorships
are available.
For more information
about sponsorships or registration, visit the website at
SpringfieldSchoolsFounda
tion.org.
#GetToKnowHollandBranch
419.259.5240
Following is the program
schedule at the Holland
Branch Library, 1032 South
McCord Road. Library hours
are Monday through Thursday, from 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.;
Friday and Saturday, from 9
a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
For more information, call
419-259-5240 or visit the
website at www.toledo
library.org.
Summer Reading
Challenge
On Your Mark, Get
Set...READ! The Summer
Reading Challenge began
June 1. Earn points for reading or listening to books,
completing learning challenges, attending programs,
finding secret codes and
more. Stop in or call for more
information.
Babytime
Babytime for children
ages 6 to 24 months, with an
adult, is offered on Mondays,
at 10 a.m., through August 1.
Have fun with stories,
rhymes and music while discovering ways to develop
early literacy skills in your
young child. Join us for a
book program designed just
for the littlest learners.
Please register and include
the name and age of each
child in the “notes” area.
Toddlertime
Have fun at this interactive storytime for children 2
to 3 years old and their favorite grown-up on Wednesdays, through August 3, at
9:30 a.m. Talk, sing, read,
write and play together as we
share books, songs, rhymes
and movement. Please register and include the name and
age of each child in the
“notes” area.
Preschool Storytime
Have fun at this special
Preschool Storytime program
designed for children ages 2
ADOPT YOUR
PET FROM
THE TOLEDO
ANIMAL SHELTER
Toledo Areas oldest nokill facility - over 80
years
All
animals
are
spayed/neutered, tested
and have received all
necessary shots before
they leave the shelter
Free Lost & Found Pet
Directory on the Shelter’s Web site:
www.toledoanimalshelter.com
640 Wyman St., Toledo
(near Byrne & Airport)
Phone: 419-382-1130
Hours: Sat. 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Sun. 12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
M-T-Th-F 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Closed Wednesdays and Holidays
toledolibrary.org
to 5 with their favorite adult,
Wednesdays, through August
3, at 10:30 a.m. Storytime
helps prepare your child for
kindergarten.
Talking,
singing, reading, writing and
playing are the five essential
early literacy practices.
Please register and write the
name and age of each child in
the “notes” area.
Zap the Wonder Chap
Zap urges you to Get
Ready, Set and Read in a
show filled with great stories,
funny props, and puppets.
Join us on Thursday, July 14,
from 7 to 7:45 p.m., and
don’t be surprised to find
magic mixed with good
health, fun ways to exercise,
and a lot of sports trivia.
Registration is suggested.
Body Art By Jen
Henna is a plant used for
centuries to create intricate
temporary body art. Get your
own henna design on
Wednesday, July 13, from
10:30 to 11:30 a.m., and learn
from the artist about henna’s
fascinating history, how it really works, and how to avoid
dangerous chemical imposters. This program is for
teens in grades 6 to 12.
Morningstar and Value
Line Training
Do you want to learn more
about your investments or
about investing in general? A
librarian from the Main Library’s Business Technology
Department will be on hand
on Saturday, July 16, from 10
to 11:30 a.m., to provide an
in-depth look at two of the library’s outstanding investing
databases–Morningstar and
Value Line. Registration is
suggested.
Homework Helper
Watch for the return of our
Homework Helper in the fall,
just in time for another great
school year.
Book Discussion
Join us on Wednesday,
July 20, at 1 p.m., for a lively
and enlightening discussion
of the book “Under the Wide
and Starry Sky,” by Nancy
Horan. Copies of the book
are now available at the Holland Branch Library. New
members are always welcome.
GED and Adult Basic
Literacy Education Classes
Penta Career Center is offering GED and Adult Basic
Literacy Education classes at
the Holland Branch Library
on Mondays and Wednesdays, from 1 to 5 p.m. For
more information or to register, call Penta at 419-6616184.
Gas cap testing, replacement
program offered by TMACOG
The City of Toledo and
Toledo Metropolitan Area
Council of Governments
(TMACOG) are protecting air
quality and saving gas for drivers with the Gas Cap Testing
and Replacement program.
Motorists are invited to
drive cars and light trucks in
to scheduled locations for a
quick compression test on
their gas cap. If the gas cap is
found to be leaking, the cap
will be replaced on the spot,
at no charge.
The program will be held
in Holland on Thursday, July
28, from 1 to 3 p.m., at Circle
K, 8154 Airport Highway.
There also will be a live radio
remote broadcast during the
event.
Gasoline vapors contribute to air pollution including ground level ozone. A
leaky cap can cost a motorist
up to two tanks of gas per
year.
St. Luke’s Aux. to hold
Trash to Treasure sale
St. Luke’s Hospital Auxiliary Team 6 is hosting a
“Trash to Treasure” sale on
Thursday, July 21, and Friday,
July 22, from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
in the hospital’s auditorium.
Items for sale include
household items, home décor,
seasonal/holiday items, linens,
books, videos, CD’s, toys,
games, puzzles, baby items,
accessories, collectibles and
antiques.
Proceeds from the sale will
be donated to the St. Luke’s
Hospital Foundation to purchase hospital equipment, to
fund expansion projects and to
enhance patient care services.
Use the
classifieds!
Call
419-874-4491
Lucas County Children Services
holding school supply drive
Lucas County Children
Services (LCCS) is asking
members of the community
to help provide supplies for
children in need.
Many of the families
working with LCCS lack the
resources to send their children to the first day of school
with all the supplies they
need. LCCS is collecting donations that will be distributed to the growing number
of children in need of supplies.
The following supplies are
needed:
•New
backpacks/book
bags
•Spiral notebooks, pocket
folders, binders and binder
paper
•No. 2 pencils, pens (blue
or black), colored pencils
•Erasers, pencil pouches
•Yellow highlighters, 24
pack crayons
•Dry erase markers, washable markers
•Rulers, scissors, white
glue and glues sticks
•Tissues,
disinfectant
wipes
Donations
can
be
dropped off at Lucas County
Children Services, 705
Adams Street, between Erie
and Ontario streets, in downtown Toledo.
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Community Calendar
To include your organization’s activities in this calendar, drop off the details in the
Journal’s drop box at the Holland Branch Library, or mail them to the 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 for the weekly calendar is Thursday at noon.
Wednesday, July 13
7:30 a.m.
Penta Career Center Board of Education in the board meeting room, 9301
Buck Road.
11:00 a.m. Free Silver Sneakers strength and balance classes for seniors 65 and older
at Studio Fitness, 1413 Bernath Parkway. Call Karen at 419-870-2318 for
more information. Zumba Gold classes at 1 p.m.
11:00 a.m. Compass Club at the Black Pearl, 4630 Heatherdowns Boulevard. New
members welcome, new program every week. Call 419-865-5795 or 419841-8889 or visit compassclubnwo.com.
5:00 p.m.
Springfield Local Schools Board of Education study session at the
Administration Building, 6900 Hall Street.
7:00 p.m.
Springfield Township Park Advisory Board at the township hall, 7617
Angola Road.
Thursday, July 14
11:30 a.m. Boomers Resource Network at Uncle John’s Restaurant, 3131 Secor Road.
See www.boomersrn.com for details or call 419-865-8503.
5:30 p.m.
CedarCreek’s South Toledo Campus hosts the Community Care Free
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12:00 p.m. Holland-Springfield Rotary at Lutheran Village at Wolf Creek, 2001
Perrysburg-Holland Road.
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All-you-care-to-eat fish dinner and more at Conn-Weissenberger American
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Springfield Township Trustees at the township hall, 7617 Angola Road.
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11:00 a.m. Lucas County Commissioners at the Lucas County Office Building, One
Government Center, Toledo.
5:30 p.m.
Citizen Advisory Group’s complimentary “Welcome to Medicare
Educational Seminar” at Sylvania Senior Center, art studio room, 7140
Sylvania Avenue. For more information, call 419-872-0204 or visit
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6:30 p.m.
Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) at the Dwelling Place Church, 8201
Angola Road, Holland. Childcare provided. Call 419-867-7794 for information.
7:00 p.m.
Brent Valley/Heritage Green Block Watch at Christian Fellowship Church,
Pilliod Road. Free and open to the public.
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Kent State University with a
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First Honors
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Sophomores:
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Juniors: Kasey Fitzpatrick, Mikayla Grajczyk,
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Seniors: Zahra Amin,
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Second Honors
3.5-3.99 GPA
Freshmen: Sophie Brady,
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Sophomores: Haley Augustynia, Samantha Grohowski, Madison Humbles,
Morgan Zickes.
Juniors: Erin Fankhauser,
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Seniors: Madalyn Konczal.
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Page 6 — July 12, 2016 — HOLLLAND–SPRINGFIELD JOURNAL
By Sean Maiolo
In the midst of a rather
sweltering summer to date, it
might come as a mild surprise
that the high school football
season kicks off in less than
eight weeks.
Head Coach Pat Gucciardo’s squad, however, are anything but caught off guard as
they are in the midst of what
he and his staff hope to be a
third consecutive offseason of
undefeated seven-on-seven
competitions against a host of
neighboring programs.
Through the team’s first
three scrimmages, they’ve tallied 76 touchdowns while surrendering only about a quarter
of that on the defensive side.
The defense has surrendered
completions on only 42 percent of pass attempts against
them and has intercepted 19
throws.
Those gaudy numbers
come despite Gucciardo
breaking in better than half a
dozen new starters at the skill
positions on offense and
throughout the secondary.
Of course, breaking in new
receivers on offense is something which the head coach is
quite comfortable doing.
“We’re real familiar with
rebuilding that group and
preparing them the previous
year and getting them ready
for Friday nights,” said Gucciardo. “The good thing that
I’m really excited about is the
kids that have stepped to the
front right now are juniors. So
they’re potentially going to be
two-year starters which would
be the first time I’ve ever had
three receivers return as
starters.”
Departing from last year’s
group most notably is D’Andre Hicks who spent the better
part of 2015 shattering just
about every school receiving
record.
Behind him last year was
now-senior Lamar Witcher,
who showed promise when allotted his opportunities. However, Witcher also started at
corner last year and is the only
returning starter in the secondary. His stout play on that side
of the ball–and Gucciardo’s
preference to have 11 different
starters on both offense and
defense– has opened things up
for the junior class of wideouts
thus far.
Those
juniors–LaKeith
Jackson, Chris Pasker and
Adam Beale–have the staff
feeling confident once again in
Pizza Palooza to be held July
22, 23 at Centennial Terrace
The Sylvania Area Chamber of Commerce will host
the sixth annual Pizza
Palooza on Friday, July 22
and Saturday, July 23 at
Centennial Terrace, 5773
Centennial Road, Sylvania.
Pizza Palooza hours are Friday, 5 to 11:30 p.m., and
Saturday, 4 to 11:30 p.m.
Presented by Bobby Jorgensen’s Kistler Ford, Pizza
Palooza will feature 10
restaurants vying for the best
pizza title in northwest Ohio.
Participating are Amie’s
Pizza, Bambino’s Pizza,
Charlie’s Pizza, J-Cups
Pizza, Jet’s Pizza, Jo-Jo’s
Pizzeria, Mama Mary’s,
Pizza Papalis of Toledo, PizzAroma and Vito’s Pizza.
About 12,000 visitors are
expected to attend and will
vote for their favorite restaurant. Awards will be presented
in
two
categories–people’s choice
and judge’s choice.
For the second year, voting will be done using a voting app created by chamber
member Don Miller of
GroundSpeed.
Attendees can vote via
the app which can be downloaded to their mobile device
by searching Sylvania
Chamber in the app store or
through a polling station on
the premises.
In addition to pizza, there
will be a caricature artist to
create portraits for visitors
plus musical entertainment.
The schedule of performers
is:
•Friday–5 to 7 p.m., Arctic Clam; 7 to 9 p.m., Grape
Smugglers, and 9 to 11
p.m., Last Born Sons.
•Saturday–5 to 7 p.m.,
Boffo; 7 to 9 p.m., Eight
Fifteens and 9 to 11 p.m.,
Fuji featuring the Booyah!
Children’s
activities,
sponsored by Over the Rainbow Early Learning Center,
will take place each day
from 5 to 9 p.m. and will
feature Imagination Station,
Soccer Shots, Sylvania
YMCA/JCC, Salon Institute
TIGI Creative School,
Bouncy Thing and Over the
Rainbow Learning Center.
Admission is adults, $6;
children 5 to 12, $4, and
children 4 and under, free.
Vendors will sell pizza for
$1.50 to $2 per slice with the
option to purchase a whole
pie.
Advance tickets are
available at Metamora State
Bank and the Sylvania Area
Chamber of Commerce office.
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their pass catching unit.
“If these three continue to
progress the way they are,”
Gucciardo said, “they’re going
to be outstanding this year and
next year which, for chemistry,
that’s a great thing to have of
course.”
But the biggest void to fill
comes from the quarterback
position, one manned the last
three years by the record-setting Scott Seymour. Not only
did Seymour leave his indelible mark in Springfield’s football annals, he also provided
three years of stability at the
most important position on the
field, a rarity in high school
football.
Stepping up in his place is
sophomore A.J. Gucciardo. He
saw mop-up duty in a handful
of games last year as a freshman and while putting in a
very strong season leading the
junior varsity team on Saturday.
The coach has been pleased
with what his son has shown
on the field early in the summer.
“He does a very good job
of reading coverages,” said the
elder Gucciardo. “For a young
quarterback, he understands all
the different things about how
defensive rotations are going,
how to read corner presses and
things like that. And he does a
good job of finding his checkdown receiver.”
It’s also helped that, with
his dad’s and grandfather’s
combined coaching experience, A.J. has lived football for
much of his young life.
“He’s extremely intelligent
in the classroom and on the
field,” the coach added. “He
makes good decisions, and
that’s something that he’s kind
of grown up with in that position and he’s known our offense for such a long time. I’ve
been fortunate to start three
sophomore [quarterbacks] in
my days at Start and with
Scottie here and we’ve been
very productive with those
athletes.”
The offense is not entirely
full of new faces, though, with
the Blue Devils returning allOhio tailback Bryant Koback.
Gucciardo and running backs
coach John Willis have used
the summer workouts to add
some new wrinkles for their
most lethal weapon to employ
come fall.
“We’ve actually put a
package in for him at receiver
as well, just to see how people
respond to it out on the field in
seven-on-sevens,” Gucciardo
said. “We’re really excited
about the different things we
can do with him just to get him
in space another way other
than at tailback. The quick
passing game and even the
vertical passing game, that’s
exciting for us to experiment
with things like that because
he’s so versatile.”
Defensively, positions also
are taking shape with the
aforementioned Witcher moving to safety. Gucciardo said at
least one corner spot is showing much promise despite the
only returning starter switching positions.
“[Senior] Bryant Jackson at
corner, he’s really doing a nice
job,” he said. “If I remember
right, [defensive coordinator]
Jim [Eberly] said he’s only had
one pass completed on his side
the entire three scrimmages.
Probably on average you’re
looking at 70-75 defensive
snaps and to only have given
up one catch, that’s pretty
good.
“So I’m really happy with
Bryant Jackson, and that secondary is really coming together.”
The final starting roster is
still of course many weeks
from being set, but as the skill
scrimmages continue, things
will piece together more and
more as the Blue Devils look
to repeat their historic on-field
success of last season.
“People stand out [in
seven-on-sevens] whether it’s
at receiver or at defensive
back,” said Gucciardo. “You
weren’t aware maybe that that
kid could make that play. Or
you’re looking forward to a
kid that we’re really excited
about and then he doesn’t do
what you expected.
“You might not necessarily
win and lose jobs, but you can
move around on the depth
chart daily.”
Holland
chamber
plans 26th
annual golf
outing
The Holland Springfield
Chamber of Commerce will
host its 26th annual golf outing on August 15, at Stone
Oak Country Club, 100
Stone Oak Boulevard, Holland.
Approximately
100
golfers will come together
this year for a four-person
scramble. All participants
will receive a complimentary goodie bag and also will
be given the opportunity to
win prizes throughout the
day.
Registration begins at
7:30 a.m., followed by tee
off at 9 a.m. The outing will
feature hole-in-one, closest
to the pin, longest drive and
putting green contests. And
by popular demand, Fantasy
Golf will be offered again
this year.
After the outing, golfers
are invited to attend the
awards luncheon.
To register to golf, call
Abbey Hall at 419-865-2100
or send an e-mail to
[email protected]
Businesses interested in
becoming a sponsor or donating items for the goodie
bags also are asked to contact Ms. Hall.
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investigate the company before
applying for any work at home
position. (This notice is a public
service of the Welch Publishing Co.)
Glass City
Burger Battle
community
event July 15
and 16
at Centennial
Terrace
The Home Builders Association of Greater Toledo
is proud to present the Glass
City Burger Battle, a community event being held July 15
and 16, at Centennial Terrace,
Sylvania.
The event, sponsored by
the HBA, 13abc and Aspen
Dental, is open to the public
and a portion of the proceeds
will benefit the Fisher House
Foundation, a program that
provides a “home away from
home” at no cost for families
of patients receiving medical
care at major military and VA
medical centers.
The event will feature five
local restaurants serving up
their specialty burgers and
sides, live music all weekend
long, a kids’ zone and more.
Restaurants participating in the
event are Barr’s Public House,
Berger’s Bar and Grill, Chubby’s American Grill, Sidelines
Sports Eatery and Pub, and
Smokehouse Bistro. One restaurant will be crowned Glass
City Burger Champ by a panel
of judges and the People’s
Choice Award by attendees.
Bands will include the
Bradberries (Friday night),
the Twenty-Fives (Saturday
afternoon), and featured performers, Air Margaritaville on
Saturday night.
Bring the whole family—
there’s something for everyone. Enjoy fun and educational activities all weekend long
in the kids’ zone with Hero’s
the Party Experience, Learning Express, strolling magic
and balloons by Eli, summer
science activities with Imagination Station, painting and
cookies with Wine and Canvas, face painting by Ms. Jackie and much more. Children’s
activities are sponsored by the
Toledo Home Pros and will be
available Friday, 6 to 8 p.m.,
and Saturday, 3 to 7 p.m.
Event hours are Friday, 5 to
11 p.m. and Saturday 3 to 11
p.m. Tickets are $6 for adults,
$4 children 5-12, age 4 and under are free. Tickets Saturday
after 7 p.m. are $10 for adults,
$6 children 5 through 12.
Tickets are available online at
www.GlassCityBurger
Battle.com or at the gate
the days of the event. The
Glass City Burger Battle event
honors veterans, retired and
active military personnel with
free admission.
For more information, visit
www.GlassCityBurgerBattle.
com.
Page 8 — July 12, 2015 — HOLLAND-SPRINGFIELD JOURNAL
Highway Patrol reports 12 fatalities during holiday
The Ohio State Highway
Patrol is reporting that 12
people lost their lives in a
total of 11 traffic crashes during the July Fourth holiday
weekend. The reporting period began Friday, July 1 and
ended Monday, July 4. Impairment was proven to be a
factor in four of those
crashes.
Troopers made 673 arrests
for impaired driving and 325
for drug-related charges. The
Patrol responded to 655
crashes and made more than
45,000 traffic contacts in
total, which included assisting more than 3,900 motorists.
“When someone chooses
to drive after a night of drinking, the consequences can be
deadly,” said Colonel Paul A.
Pride, Patrol superintendent.
“That’s why troopers make
OVI enforcement a priority,
whether they’re patrolling
during a long holiday weekend or any other night. Motorists should be smart and
always plan a sober way
home.”
During last year’s Fourth
of July reporting period from
July 2 to 5, a total of eight
Registration is under way
for the Safety Town summer
children’s program, sponsored
by the Springfield Township
Fire Department and Holland
Police Department.
The program is designed
only for children entering
kindergarten in the fall.
It will be offered from July
18 to 29, at Holloway Elementary, 6611 Pilliod Road.
Class times are 9 to 11 a.m.
or 1 to 3 p.m.
Safety Town is a free program consisting of nine twohour sessions, meeting Monday through Friday.
The program teaches safety
practices that children can use,
especially when they are away
from home or alone. Fire department personnel will focus on safety rules
through hands-on activities,
such as crafts.
Elementary teachers will
reinforce safety rules through
songs and books.
Holland police personnel
also will teach students safety
rules
using
props
and the miniature Safety Town
and sidewalks. Township and village residents will be placed in the program
on a firstcome, first-served basis. Children are permitted to attend the
program only once. Applications are available
at the local elementary
schools, fire stations, township
hall and village police department or online at www.holland
ohio.com.
Pre-registration is required,
and there is no first-day enrollment.
For more information, contact the Holland Police Department at 419-865-7105 or
Springfield Township Fire Department at 419-865-3959.
fatal crashes killed 10 people.
This includes three OVI-related fatal crashes that killed
three people.
Troopers encourage the
public to continue reporting
impaired drivers or drug activity with #677.
Brent Valley/Heritage Green
block watch to meet July 19
The Brent Valley/Heritage Green Block Watch
meeting will be held Tuesday, July 19, at the Christian
Fellowship Church on Pilliod Road at 7 p.m.
Residents may share this
information with neighbors
and encourage them to attend to promote an active
block watch community.
Contact Janet Kimble at
419-297-8423 for further information and questions.
Safety Town registration under way
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