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Businesses sought to participate in RBA Fair
The Rossford Business
Association has reached a
decade of hosting one of the
most popular events in the
city’s history.
The RBA is now gearing
up for the 10th annual
Business Fair, inviting area
businesses to participate.
The Business Fair will
take place on Saturday,
March 28, at Owens
Community College in the
Student Health and Activities
Center from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
To receive the discounted
“early-bird” booth registration fee of $85 for RBA
members and $135 for nonmembers, businesses must
sign up by Friday, January
30.
After the early bird date,
the participation fees will
increase to $110 for members
and $160 for non-members.
Registrations will be
accepted on a first-come,
first-served basis.
“We at the RBA feel great
to have 10 years under our
belt of organizing the
Business Fair,” said Justin
Knierim of Edward Jones
Investments, who is the RBA
president and fair co-chairman.
“It is an event that has
grown both in attendance and
participation. We are proud to
report that we average 70
plus vendors and more than
1,500 patrons. This is a great
opportunity for our vendors
to showcase their goods and
services while supporting the
community at the same
time.”
This will be the fourth
year for the Business Fair to
take place at Owens, Mr.
Knierim said.
“The location offers us
handicap accessibility, ample
parking, all vendors in one
location, a larger food selection for our attendees, and a
separate area for the entertainment,” he explained.
Mr. Knierim encouraged
businesses to send in their
reservations early to secure a
spot at this year’s fair.
“The economy has been
recovering over the past five
years and with that consumer
spending typically increases,” he noted. “With that said,
competition is real and as
local businesses we need to
be networking and advertising to the best of our ability.”
“This is a very efficient
and inexpensive way to get in
front of hundreds of people
and let them know what you
have to offer and are about,”
Mr. Knierim explained.
Businesses also are invited to make a donation to the
fair and become a Gold,
Silver or Bronze sponsor.
The Gold level is $1,000,
Silver is $500 and Bronze is
$250.
Gold sponsors already
committed are Hollywood
Casino and Meijer.
The executive committee
planning the event with Mr.
Knierim includes co-chair
Ivan Kovacevic of the
Rossford
Community
Recreation Center, Brenda
Schwind of Directions Credit
Union, Ray Miller of Miller
Younker Group, Dr. Angela
Jackson of Quality Family
Eyecare, Cindi Selz of the
Rossford Public Library and
Lori Keller of Farmers and
Merchants Bank.
The business fair will feature giveaway items and food
samples
for
visitors.
Entertainment will include
Diane’s Dancing Delights,
the Rossford Elementary
Band and Positive Image
Dance Studio.
A registration form is
found on page 2 of today’s
newspaper or visit the RBA
website at www.rossford
ba.com.
For more information, call
Mr. Knierim at 419-6661910, Mrs. Schwind at 419720-4701 or Mr. Miller at
419-666-9740.
RHS debuts ‘I Never Saw Another Butterfly’ this week
The Rossford High School Drama Club will present “I Never Saw
Another Butterfly,” this Thursday through Sunday, January 15 to 18.
Thursday through Saturday performances are at 7:30 p.m. and a
Sunday matinee will be at 2 p.m. on the Wilcox Stage in the RHS auditorium. All seats are $6, general admission.
The play by Celeste Raspanti presents a real life account of the children who were held in the Terezin concentration camp during World
War II.
During their time at the camp, the children secretly created works of
art, poetry, opera and theater that was hidden from the Nazis and only
discovered after the Nazi regime.
The one act drama follows Raja Englanderova’s experience as a
young girl living in the camp.
During this time of despair, there is a small beacon of hope for all of
the children–Irena Synkova, who has dedicated her life to being a
teacher. She encourages them to creatively express their feelings.
Meanwhile, Raja also befriends a young revolutionary, Honza
Kosek. Their friendship blooms despite the danger of the Nazis discovering their relationship. Together they unite the segregated boys’ and
girls’ houses, in the form of a secret newspaper, Vedem.
Although Raja’s story is permeated with loss and anguish, it also is
infused with love and hope. Raja learns the only way to survive is
through the companionship forged out of the shared horror.
The production is directed by Julie Zatko and Ryan Mahaffey.
Visitors Bureau opens new office in Rossford
Doris Herringshaw sworn in as Wood Co. Commissioner
Doris Herringshaw was sworn into office last week as
a Wood County Commissioner for a four-year term.
She was accompanied by, from left, her daughter and
son, Sarah and Brian, and husband Paul.
Mrs. Herringshaw took the oath of office administered
by Wood County Judge David Woessner.
In January 2013, she was appointed as a county commissioner to complete the unexpired term of
Commissioner Tim Brown, following his election to the
Ohio House of Representatives.
In November, Mrs. Herringshaw was elected by county
voters to continue as commissioner.
Previously, she was employed by Ohio State
University Extension as an educator and ended her
career as an area leader supervising 10 counties.
Mrs. Herringshaw earned a bachelor’s degree from
Kent State University, and two advanced degrees from
Bowling Green State University.
She has been a resident of Wood County for more than
35 years and lives with her husband in Liberty Township.
Trustees consider onstreet parking request
A request to prohibit
onstreet parking along
Stonecroft Drive is under
consideration
by
the
Perrysburg
Township
trustees.
At the January 7 meeting, the trustees reviewed a
petition signed by more
than two dozen Stonecroft
residents.
They are asking that
parking on the street off of
East River Road be banned
between the hours of 6 a.m.
and 6 p.m., Monday
through Friday.
In a written statement,
they contend that heavy
construction vehicles have
been parking on the road,
causing excessive damage
to the street and depositing
debris.
The residents noted that
the vehicles are hindering
postal delivery and trash
pickup and expressed concern about the ability of
first responders to access
residents’ homes in the
event of an emergency.
Trustee Bob Mack said
the parking ban could pose
a problem when families
have gatherings. “Where
are they going to park?” he
asked.
Trustee Gary Britten
does not believe it will be
an issue since most family
gatherings will be after 6
p.m. or on weekends.
Administrator
Walt
Celley acknowledged that
the residents “get a lot of
construction traffic during
the day” due to a nearby
construction project.
Other Business
In other business, the
trustees:
•Appointed Mr. Mack as
chairman of the board and
trustee Craig LaHote as vice
chairman.
•Approved the purchase of
uninterruptible power source
battery units at a cost not to
exceed $12,000. The units
will serve as back-up electricity for township facilities in
the event of a power outage.
•Accepted the resignation
of Officer Troy Wallace of the
police department, effective
December 15.
•Approved a request from
Fire Chief Tom Brice to apply
for two grants through the
Ohio
Department
of
Commerce, state fire marshal.
If awarded, the funds will be
used to offset training and
equipment costs.
•Instituted a no engine
brake policy for trucks traveling on Glenwood between
U.S. Route 20 and Buck
Road and on Latcha Road
between Glenwood and
Oregon roads.
•Heard
from
Bob
Warnimont, recreation director and co-chair of Operation
Breadbasket, that the annual
event went well. with organizers providing food, clothing, toys and other items to
111 local families.
“It’s a great thing for the
whole community,” said Mr.
Warnimont.
Mr. Britten expressed
appreciation to the recreation
director. “You don’t take
enough credit for what you do
around here,” he said, adding
that he believes the event is
important to residents who
need help, especially during
the holidays.
The next trustees meeting
is at 6 p.m., Wednesday,
January 21, at the township
meeting hall, 26609 Lime
City Road, and is open to the
public.
By Beth Church
The new year is bringing
a new location for the
Rossford Convention and
Visitors Bureau–and hopefully, a new crowd of visitors and travelers into the
community.
“It’s time for us to grow
and have a presence in
Rossford,” said CVB director Beth Genson.
The office is now located in the business complex
at 1001 Dixie Highway,
where visitors are greeted
by administrative assistant
Mary Schaller.
Mrs. Schaller will be
working with the public “to
be the face of the bureau,”
answering questions and
directing visitors to the
information they need.
“She helps us expand
our mission,” Mrs. Genson
added.
Mrs. Schaller, a 33-year
Rossford resident with her
husband Joe, said she is
eager to begin her new
duties.
“It’s something different
and
challenging,” she
explained. “And it’s for the
community.”
The Rossford CVB was
founded in 2011 to promote
Rossford attractions and
businesses to visitors, who
come to eat, shop, play, stay
overnight and do business.
It is funded by a 6 percent bed tax paid by all
guests at Rossford hotels.
The bureau had been
operating for several years
as a partnership with the
Bowling Green CVB, but
now will operate independently, Mrs. Genson said.
The recession was difficult, but she believes the
local economy is improving.
“Things are starting to
happen,” she said, noting
the opening of Camping
World in the Crossroads,
and another hotel under
construction along State
Route 795.
The CVB has created a
website, www.visitrossfordohio. com, and published
At the new CVB office are, from left: local businessman John Rust Jr., chairman of the
CVB board of directors; Beth Genson, CVB director, and Mary Schaller, administrative
assistant. They will host a grand opening at the office in February.
20,000 copies of a visitors
guide.
The guide is available at
rest stops along the Ohio
Turnpike and I-75, and at
visitors
centers
in
Cleveland, Detroit and Fort
Wayne.
Local businesses also
are invited to distribute visitors guides, and copies can
be picked up at the CVB
office.
Canadian visitors are a
new market that the bureau
is trying to reach, according
to Mrs. Genson.
“We are promoting
Rossford to Canadians who
travel to the U.S.,” she said,
either specifically coming
to northwest Ohio or traveling through the area to go
south.
Previously, visitors had
to stay seven nights in the
United States to bring $750
of purchases duty-free back
home to Canada.
A change in the law has
reduced that to a two-night
stay.
“They can come here,
shop, visit the casino, eat in
our restaurants, maybe go
to Toledo or Grand
K of C to host free throw contest
Rossford Knights of
Columbus of Holy Cross
Council #5139 will sponsor its
annual free throw contest on
Monday, January 19–Martin
Luther King Jr. Day.
The local competition will
be held in the All Saints
McAlear Activities Center
located on Lime City Road.
Registration begins at 12:30
p.m., and the competition runs
from 1 to 3 p.m.
All boys and girls, ages 10
to 14, are eligible to participate.
A euchre tournament to
benefit the Golden Retriever
Rescue organization will be
held Saturday, January 24.
State Senator Randy Gardner was sworn in January 5, in official Senate proceedings at The event begins at 6:30
the Ohio Statehouse. Mr. Gardner is pictured here at the swearing in ceremony with p.m., at Union Hall, 727
Justice Sharon Kennedy of the Ohio Supreme Court, who issued the oath of office to Lime City Road, Rossford.
There is a $10 entry fee
him. He represents Wood, Fulton, Lucas, Ottawa and Erie counties.
per person for the pointbased tournament. Single
players are welcome. There
will be rotating partner, 8-10
rounds, prizes, surprise
bonus rounds and 50/50 raffles.
Participants may bring an
border travelers.
Mrs. Genson encouraged
local residents to consider
Rossford as a location for
regional and statewide business meetings or organization conventions.
“If you have a group that
might host a meeting, we
will work free of charge
with the organization or
company,” she explained.
“We’ll work with the
Journal readers are everywhere
The top free throw shooter
in each age group will
advance to the district competition. Winners then progress
to the state competition.
From there to here, from here to there,
For more information, call Rossford Record Journal readers are
Chuck Gibbons at 419-666- everywhere.
1144.
Pictured are the Siewert family–
Duane, Paula, Drew and Julie–as they
were spending their Christmas break in
Florida.
During a fishing charter on New
appetizer or dessert to share Year’s Day, Drew hooked a Goliath
Grouper near Sanibel Island.
and their own drinks.
He needed his father’s help to reel in
Space is limited. All proceeds benefit the Golden the huge fish. The charter captain estiRetriever Rescue. For more mated the fish to be six feet long and 300
information or to register, pounds.
The video can be seen at the
call Holly Steward at 419Facebook page of Captain George
259-6943.
Euchre tournament set for Jan. 24
Randy Gardner takes oath of office
Rapids,” she explained.
In Wood County, the
sales tax is only 6.75 percent, compared to Canada’s
13 percent sales tax.
“We feel we’re a really
good stop for our Canadian
visitors,” she said.
In addition, the CVB is
placing advertisements in
all three issues this year of
“Crossings,” an
Ontario
magazine
for
cross-
hotels, the caterers, and
help you with planning
activities or after-hour
events. Maybe the group
wants a tour of Bass Pro
behind the scenes or a wine
tasting at Corks.”
Several local union halls
in the Crossroads can
accommodate meetings for
as many as 300 people, she
added.
The hotels on Clark
Drive are conveniently
located at I-75 and the turnpike, with lots of parking
and easy access to Toledo.
Funds are available for
local groups or businesses
planning events that draw
visitors to Rossford.
The CVB also coordinates tour groups visiting
the city.
Mrs. Genson will be participating in the Heartland
Travel
Showcase
in
Chicago during February.
There she will meet with
tour operators bringing
travelers through the area
on bus tours.
Rossford businessman
John Rust Jr., chairman of
the CVB board of directors, said he is proud of the
CVB’s progress.
“We’re trying to promote Rossford, to promote
the area and to promote
Rossford businesses,” he
said.
Howell fishing charters.
The Record Journal invites all readers
to submit photos of themselves with
family and friends reading the paper
wherever they are–whether that is
Florida or Florence. 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.
NWSD Weekly
Construction Update
Page 2 — January 15, 2015 — ROSSFORD RECORD JOURNAL
2015 RBA Business Fair Registration
Local businesses are invited to participate in the 10th
annual Business Fair on Saturday, March 28, at Owens
Community College in the Student Health and Activities
Center from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Business Name _________________________________
Business Address _______________________________
Contact Person _________________________________
Phone_________________
E-mail __________________
RBA Member booth space early bird
RBA Member booth space
RBA non-member booth space early bird
RBA non-member booth space
Additional tables
Add $40 for dues (if new or renewing)
___ $85 = $_____
___ $110 = $_____
___ $135 = $_____
___ $160 = $_____
___ $15 = $ _____
= $ 40
Total = $_____
No. of chairs needed ______
One 110 electrical outlet? ____ Yes ____ No
Booth prices include two chairs and one table per 9 x 8
booth space. (Table covering not included.) Make checks
payable to Rossford Business Association. All fees must
be paid in full at sign-up. Booth set-up will be Friday,
March 20, from 2 to 5 p.m. I have read the Business Fair
rules at www.rossfordba.com and agree to these terms.
Signature ______________________________________
Drop off form and check to Rossford Public Library or
send to Rossford Business Association, P.O. Box 85,
Rossford, Ohio 43460.
Euchre tournament to benefit
Golden Retriever Rescue Jan. 24
A euchre tournament to
benefit the Golden Retriever
Rescue organization will be
held Saturday, January 24.
The event begins at 6:30
p.m., at Union Hall, 727
Lime City Road, Rossford.
There is a $10 entry fee
per person for the pointbased tournament. Single
players are welcome. There
will be rotating partner, 8-10
rounds, prizes, surprise
bonus rounds and 50/50 raffles.
Participants may bring an
appetizer or dessert to share
and their own drinks.
Space is limited. All proceeds benefit the Golden
Retriever Rescue. For more
information or to register,
call Holly Steward at 419259-6943.
It’s on the
PUBLIC RECORD
Municipal Court Reports
The following cases were
finalized in Perrysburg
Municipal Court December
17 to January 4.
An additional $78 in
court costs was sentenced for
each case, unless otherwise
noted.
Jamee T. Kanary, Santus
Drive, operating a vehicle
under the influence, $375
fine, 33 days jail, 30 suspended, six month license
suspension.
Anthony P. Owen, Lewis
Avenue, operating a vehicle
under the influence, $375
fine, 33 days jail, 30 suspended, six month license
suspension.
Amanda L. Steer, Eagle
Point Drive, physical control/intoxication, $375 fine,
33 days jail, 30 suspended,
six
month
license
suspension.
Abby L. Williams, Rossway, confinement of dog,
$75 fine, $73 court costs.
Derek A. Mack II, Windsor Drive, drug abuse, $150
fine, $73 court costs, six
month license suspension.
Tyrone M. Martin Jr.,
Osborn Street, marijuana
paraphernalia, $100 fine, $73
court costs, six month license
suspension; operating a moving vehicle after underage
consumption, $250 fine, 30
days jail, 27 suspended, six
Rossford Police Reports
December 17: 100 block
Cove Lane, arrested Joshua
R. Rains, 18, Cove Lane,
Rossford, aggravated menacing.
December 18: I-75 southbound, arrested Brandan C.
Alliman, 20, Genoa, operating a vehicle under the influence, possession of marijuana
paraphernalia.
100 block Eagle Point
Road, theft.
December 23: 400 block
Indian Ridge Trail, arrested
Gary B. Runnels, 75, Indian
Ridge Trail, Rossford,
assault, felonious assault and
using weapons while intoxicated.
27000 block Crossroads
Parkway, theft.
December 24: 300 block
Riverside Drive, vandalism.
Rossford Fire/EMS Reports
Date
Jan. 5
Situation
EMS run
Fire run
Fire run
Jan. 6
Jan. 7
Jan. 8
Jan. 9
Jan. 10
EMS run
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EMS run
EMS run
EMS run
EMS run
Fire run
EMS run
Fire run
month license suspension.
Madison E. Williams,
Hannum Avenue, speed, $39
fine.
Beverly D. Castro, Eagle
Point Road, stop sign, $55
fine.
Location
100 block Jennings Road
5100 block Hollister Lane
Auto aid to Perrysburg City
1100 block Buck Road
Auto aid received
1100 block Buck Road
100 block Cove Lane
1200 block Schreier Road
Lime City and Dixie Highway
100 block Osborn Street
Fill in for Northwood
400 block Brentwood
Mutual aid with Northwood
Unit block of Dixie Highway
1200 block Schreier Road
200 block Elm Street
December 26: 1100 block
Schreier Road, burglary from
residence.
December
27: 9600
block Fremont Pike, assist
Perrysburg Township police
with theft.
December 30: 300 block
Beech Street, assault.
1100 block Buck Road,
theft from business.
December 31: 28000
block Crossroads Parkway,
theft from business.
1100 block Buck Road,
theft from business.
January 1: 200 block
Hannum Avenue, arrested
Brandon M. Janicki, 22, Hannum Avenue, Rossford, operating a vehicle under the
influence.
1000 block Buck Road,
theft from business.
1100 block Buck Road,
arrested Mark A. Trombley,
53, Miami Street, Toledo,
domestic violence.
January 2: 300 block
Colony Road, arrested
Nathan J. Lechner, 29,
Colony Road, Rossford,
domestic violence.
January 4: 100 block
Cove Lane, underage consumption.
January 5: 1000 block
North Ironwood Drive, criminal mischief.
1100 block Buck Road,
theft.
January 6: Unit block
Rossway Avenue, cited Philip
F. Warner, 54, Rossway,
Rossford, excessive noise.
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pipeline project, hiring veterans
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Last week, during the
beginning of the 114th Congress, Congressman Bob
Latta joined colleagues in the
U.S. House of Representatives in passing three pieces of
legislation to address issues
with Obamacare and approve
the Keystone XL Pipeline.
HR 30, the Save American
Workers Act, will help
increase hours and wages by
eliminating the 30-hour definition of full-time employee
in President Barack Obama’s
health care law and restoring
the 40-hour work week.
“Repealing the 30-hour
penalty under Obamacare– a
rule that especially hurts low
income workers and women
–will ensure that hardworking
Americans don’t see their
paychecks cut,” Congressman
Latta said.
“When many are still
struggling to make ends meet,
this legislation puts Americans’ priorities first and
ensures workers can take full
advantage of opportunities to
provide for their families.”
In addition, HR 24, the
Hire More Heroes Act, which
passed with unanimous support, gives incentives to small
businesses to hire more veterans by exempting those who
already receive health insurance through the Department
of Veterans Affairs (VA) or
Tricare from being counted
toward the 50-employee mandate under Obamacare.
“An integral part of veterans’ assimilation to civilian
life is their ability to find jobs
and provide for their families,” Mr. Latta explained.
“The Hire More Heroes
Act is a common sense, bipartisan solution that encourages
small businesses to hire more
of our nation’s heroes by
exempting veterans from the
employer mandate if they
already receive health insurance through the VA or Tricare. I am proud to join my
colleagues in the House in
unanimous support of this
legislation that both supports
our veterans and promotes
small businesses’ ability to
grow and prosper.”
Finally, HR 3, the Keystone XL Pipeline Act,
approves construction of the
Keystone XL Pipeline, which
would create more than
40,000 jobs and help make
the United States more North
American energy independent
by moving 830,000 barrels of
oil per day, the congressman
said.
This was the 10th time the
House had approved legislation to approve the pipeline,
and President Obama has
threatened to veto the bill due
to ongoing litigation in
Nebraska.
However, the Nebraska
Supreme Court removed this
major legal obstacle today
with its ruling, Mr. Latta said.
“We have waited more
than six years for construction
of the Keystone XL Pipeline
to be approved– valuable time
that could have gone to creating the tens of thousands of
jobs and energy security and
independence this project will
bring,” he said. “Delaying this
project any further is not an
option.”
Jennings Road pump
station–Work involves a new
pump station in the park, and
partial removal and abandonment of the existing pump
station near the end of Jennings.
Exercise caution when
using park facilities. Pump
station building has been
installed. Contractor is working on electrical. Substantial
completion is scheduled for
mid-January with final completion in the spring.
Colony Area sanitary
sewer rehabilitation–Construction continues throughout the Colony area. Traffic
will be maintained.
Occasional
reduced
sewage usage when the contractor is installing new pipe
in an area may be required.
This should be for four to
eight hours. Contractor will
notify residents ahead of
time.
Privately-owned items
within the road right-of-way
may be damaged and should
be removed ahead of time.
Residents should note when
the contractor is nearing
property for coordination.
Contractor is working on
restoration of streets, yards,
walks and other items. Notify
the NWSD office of any
restoration issues that should
be addressed.
Project should be substantially complete in January
Rossford
Record
with final restoration work in
the spring.
Work will continue with
main line pipe bursting and
manhole work on Hillcrest
and Riverside drives, plus
connection of homeowner
laterals along Eagle Point
Drive.
Hillside Drive sanitary
sewer and waterline
replacement–NWSD project
is completed. Residents are
encouraged to tap in as preparations are being made to
abandoned the old sewer in
March.
Tracy
Road
and
Ampoint–Tracy Road water
line construction is completed. All water mainline has
been installed and tested.
The contractor is now
removing old fire hydrants
and valves. All work will be
completed by this week with
final restoration in the spring.
Northwood Homecraft
Area–The sanitary lateral
relining project will start the
week of January 19.
The contractor, United
Pipe Renewal, will start with
cleaning and televising sewer
laterals. Affected residents
will receive notification this
week by NWSD’s telephone
alert system.
For more information,
contact the NWSD office at 1877-354-9090. NWSD is
available 24 hours every day
to respond to issues.
Real Estate Transfers
Real estate transfers
from December 16, 2014 to
January 5, 2015 for the area
encompassing Rossford
School District.
Timothy P. Sieminski to
Frederick J. Sieminski, 320
Lorraine Place, $43,500.
Andrew and Deborah
Groom to Dale L. Thompson
and Angela S. Overton,
27463 Tracy Road, $179,000.
Raymond G. Johnson aka
Raymond Johnson to Bank of
America N.A. successor by
merger to BAC etc, 1227
Grassy Court, $150,000.
Mark E. and Melissa J.
Briggs to Kerry Jiannuzzi,
141 Osborne Street, $73,000.
HNF Realty Co. to
Glasstech, Inc., 995 4th
Street, Perrysburg Township,
$2,200,000.
Betty E. Sharp Trust to
Richard and Maureen McKaig, 9354 Golf Creek, Perrysburg Township, $215,000.
Debhora K. Trout to
Danielle Colbert, 637 Bruns
Drive, $103,000.
Scott Jones and Danielle
M. Brionew-Jones to Mitchel
and Manuela McPartland, 10
Island View, $140,000.
Steven Miley to Sharon L.
Muldoon, 186 Windsor
Drive, $110,000.
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Martin Luther King, Jr. Day closings
In observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, the following offices and businesses will be closed on Monday, January
19, unless noted otherwise.
•City offices (No trash delay this week)
•Perrysburg Municipal Court
•Perrysburg Township offices
•Post Office
•Owens Community College
•Wood County offices
•These banks will be closed: Huntington Bank, 516 Dixie
Highway and Fifth Third Bank, 440 Dixie Highway and
10105 Fremont Pike (Bankmart locations will be open).
New Year + New Hours
= Our Commitment
To Better Serve You!
Starts January 5, 2015
Monday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Wednesday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Dog licenses available
The Wood County Dog
Shelter is selling dog licenses at satellite locations
throughout the County.
Licenses will be available at
the following locations:
•January 20, from 1 to 4
p.m.–City of Northwood
Council Chambers
•January 21, from 1 to 4
p.m.–Village of Pemberville
Town Hall
•January 28, from 1 to 4
p.m.–City of Rossford
Municipal Building
•January 30, from noon
to 4p.m.–Fostoria City
Municipal Building
All Ohio dog owners are
required to purchase a dog
license by January 31 or pay
a penalty if purchased after
this date. The price for a
one-year dog license is $14.
A three-year license is
available for $42, in addition to a permanent dog
license for $140.
Purchases made at one of
the satellite locations or the
Wood County Dog Shelter
can be paid by cash or
check.
Licenses also can be pur-
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County Office Building in
Bowling Green or on-line at
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tor. A convenience fee will
be charged for credit card
purchases.
For more information,
call the Wood County Dog
Shelter at 419-354-9242.
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Dr. Tracy Needham, O.D.
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(across from All Saints Catholic Church)
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Great Decisions program begins Jan. 24
The Wood County Committee on Aging will offer
Great Decisions 2015, an informative educational discussion group which will meet
on Saturdays, January 24
through February 28.
The group meets from
9:30 to 11 a.m. at the Wood
County Senior Center, 305
North Main Street, Bowling
Green.
The series is an informative, educational discussion
group. Participants will receive up-to-date information
on worldly topics facility by
professors from Bowling
Green State University professors. A question-and-answer session will follow each
presentation.
The series is co-sponsored
by the American Association
of University Women, Bowling Green Women’s Club,
and the Wood County Committee on Aging, Inc.
Registration is required
due to limited seating. Manuals will be made available
through advanced ordering
and payment of $22. Manuals
must be purchased January
16, and are not required.
The presentations are
scheduled as follows:
•January
24–“India
Changes Course,” by Dr.
Gary Hess. For voters, Modi
embodied real change and an
India that wasn’t stumbling,
but running, to greatness. But
for the United States, change
in India brings its own set of
unknowns, heralding an age
ruled by a prime minister new
to national office and other
policymakers who have been
out of the public eye for a
decade. Now, the United
States has to determine how
to best secure its interests as
India asserts itself on the
world stage.
•January 31–“U.S Policy
Towards Africa” with Judy
Pfaffenberger. Africa is in the
midst of an unprecedented
transformation. The continent
is home to some of the fastest
growing economies in the
world, and it’s become a draw
for foreign investors from
across the globe. After the
“Obamamania” of 2008 died
down, though, the realization
that Obama wasn’t going to
overturn, or even prioritize,
U.S. Africa policy kicked in.
Still, the U.S. has promised to
promote “strong institutions,
not strong men,” and to favor
good governance and healthy
economies over profit. How
can U.S. policy live up to its
promise and values while securing its interests in the region?
•Saturday, February 7–
“Privacy in the Digital Age ,”
with Dr. Stefan Fritsch. The
idea of “privacy” has undergone significant changes in
the digital age, as has the idea
of privacy “harm.” Fearful of
British spying, influence and
intervention, the founding fathers granted citizens significant protections in the
Constitution. Now, the tables
have turned: Concerns about
what some see as a U.S.
“dragnet” and unwarranted
privacy intrusions have compelled other countries to revamp their own privacy
protections. Legislation, both
at home and abroad, hasn’t
kept pace with technological
developments, leaving some
wondering if privacy as we
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•February 14–“Russia and
the Near Abroad” with Dr.
Marc Simon. As the movement later known as the Euromaidan, or “Euro Square,”
pulled western Ukraine closer
to its European neighbors, another powerful force threatened to tear away the
country’s eastern half: Russia.
Putin’s pushback against European expansionism has the
West wondering: If Putin’s
Russia isn’t afraid to take an
aggressive stance against Europeanization in Ukraine,
what does that mean for the
rest of Russia’s neighbors?
•February 21–“Human
Trafficking in the 21st Century” with Fanell Williams.
Human trafficking represents
a multibillion in international
trade per annum and continues to be one of the fastest
growing criminal industries.
While undeniably a global
phenomenon, the U.S., as one
of the world’s leading human
trafficking importers, bears a
special responsibility to combat this practice.
•February 28–“Brazil’s
Metamorphosis” (speaker to
be announced). Brazil–it’s the
“B” in the acronym BRICS,
five emerging economies
once seen as soon-to-be superpowers. After economic
troubles in the 1990s, Brazil
has risen to new global
prominence–it’s drawing in
more investment, working on
global issues ranging from
climate change to peacekeeping, and even hosting the
2016 Olympics. But some of
Brazil’s trickiest problems–
deep divisions over how to
tackle serious income inequality, weak civic institutions and poor regional
leadership–have held it back.
These sessions are free
and open to the public. To
register for more information,
call 419-353-5661 or send an
e-mail to
[email protected]
wccoa.net.
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Perrysburg Township Recycles at:
Township Maintenance Building • 26609 Lime City Road
OPEN: SAT., AUG. 16 (Every Third Sat. of the Month),
9 a.m. - Noon Only • EVERYONE WELCOME!!
NO PLASTIC BAGS ACCEPTED
Electronics taken, anything with a cord, except air
conditioners and humidifiers.
Questions? Call Wood County Solid Waste District at: (419) 354-9297
WHAT YOU CAN RECYCLE:
• Beverage Cans • Steel Cans •Cardboard
• Plastic Bottles • Glass Jars & Bottles
• Newspaper & Telephone Books • Magazines
Perrysburg Township
RECYCLING SITE
NEW! There is now an ENVIRONMENTAL FEE for
recycling TVs. All other electronics will remain free to
recycle. TVs 33” and under- $10; over 33”- $20;
console TVs will remain $25.
Perrysburg Township Recycles at:
Township Maintenance Building • 26609 Lime City Road
OPEN: SAT., OCT. 18 (Every Third Sat. of the Month),
9 a.m. - Noon Only • EVERYONE WELCOME!!
NO PLASTIC BAGS ACCEPTED
Electronics taken, anything with a cord, except air
conditioners and humidifiers.
Questions? Call Wood County Solid Waste District at: (419) 354-9297
WHAT YOU CAN RECYCLE:
• Beverage Cans • Steel Cans •Cardboard
• Plastic Bottles • Glass Jars & Bottles
• Newspaper & Telephone Books • Magazines
Perrysburg Township
RECYCLING SITE
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NEW! There is now an ENVIRONMENTAL FEE for
recycling TVs. All other electronics will remain free to
recycle. TVs 33” and under- $10; over 33”- $20;
console TVs will remain $25.
Perrysburg Township Recycles at:
Township Maintenance Building • 26609 Lime City Road
OPEN: SAT., DEC. 20 (Every Third Sat. of the Month),
9 a.m. - Noon Only • EVERYONE WELCOME!!
NO PLASTIC BAGS ACCEPTED
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Obituaries
•MARY BISKUPSKI
Mary T. Biskupski, 89, of
Rossford, passed away peacefully on Monday, January 12,
2015, at Hospice of Northwest Ohio in Toledo. She was
born on August 15, 1925, to
Joseph and Mary (Heban)
Cincala. Mary enjoyed
sewing, birdwatching, was a
great cook and most of all enjoyed spending time with her
family.
Surviving are her daughters, Nancy (Richard) Wagener, Sharon (Robert)
Jablonowski, Kathryn (David)
Thomas; grandchildren, Sarah
(Jeff) Smithers, Rachael
(Mark Fitzpatrick) Jablonowski, Weston Thomas, Emily
(Matt) Didway and Elizabeth
(Jordan) Tanner; great-grandchildren, Kyra, Katherine
Rose, Jameson and Nolan.
Also surviving is her sister,
Margie Rysz, and many
nieces and nephews.
Mary was preceded in
death by her husband, John
Biskupski, in 2002 and her
three siblings.
Visitation for Mary will be
held on Friday, January 16, at
All Saints Catholic Church,
628 Lime City Road, Rossford, from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.,
where a Mass of Christian
Burial will follow at 10:30
a.m. Interment will take place
at Fort Meigs Cemetery. In
lieu of flowers, contributions
in Mary’s memory may be directed to All Saints Catholic
Church or Hospice of Northwest Ohio. To leave online
expressions of sympathy,
please visit www.sujkowski
rossford.com.
•HELEN STACZEK
Helen L. Staczek, age 75
of Rossford, passed away on
Sunday, January 11, 2015, at
Hospice of Northwest Ohio
in Perrysburg, after a long illness.
She was born on June 24,
1939, in Toledo, to Thomas
and Eleanor (Eberhardt)
Crossen.
Helen was a graduate of
Central Catholic High School
and went on to receive her
master’s of education degree
at the University of Toledo.
She was a teacher at various
schools in the Toledo area,
was a licensed real estate
agent where she had worked
for DiSalle Real Estate Company and also worked alongside her husband Jim in their
family business, Industrial
Design and Supply.
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Helen was a member of
All Saints Catholic Church
and also loved to care for animals.
Surviving are her sons,
Jerry Staczek and Michael
(Traci) Staczek; daughter, Patricia (Jim) Saunders-Kaczmarek; sister, Mary Eveleyn
Crossen,
and
brother,
Bernard (Thelma) Crossen.
Also surviving are many
nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death
by her parents; husband of 53
years, James Staczek; grandchildren, Jacob and Lauren
Saunders; sister, Catherine
Romp, and her brother,
Thomas Crossen.
Visitation
was
held
Wednesday, January 14, at
the Sujkowski Funeral Home
of Rossford, 830 Lime City
Road. Additional visitation
will be held today, January
15, from 9 to 10 a.m., at All
Saints Catholic Church, 628
Lime City Road, Rossford. A
Mass of Christian Burial will
begin at 10 a.m. Interment
will be held at Fort Meigs
Cemetery.
Memorial contributions
may be directed to All Saints
Catholic Church or to the
American Diabetes Foundation. To leave online condolences to the family, please
visit www.sujkowski rossford.com.
IN THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE
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
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
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.
stjohn23.org
ROSSFORD UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
270 Dixie Highway
Rossford, Ohio 43460
Phone 419-666-5323
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www.rossfordumc.org
Pastor: Rev. Robert Ball
SUNDAY
9:00 a.m. Sunday School
10:30 a.m. Service
Nursery Available
PERRYSBURG
ALLIANCE CHURCH
10401 Avenue Road
Corner 795 and White Road
Perrysburg, Ohio 43551
Phone: 419-874-1961
www.perrysburgalliance.org
Rev. Thomas George,
Senior Pastor
SUNDAY
8:15 a.m. Worship Service
9:30 a.m. Sunday School for
All Ages
10:45 a.m. Worship Service
6:00 p.m. Discipling Groups
WEDNESDAY
7:00 p.m. Senior High SNAC
7:00 p.m. Middle School JVD
7:00 p.m. FW Friends
(age 3 - grade 5)
7:00 p.m. Adult Prayer Meeting
“Join Us In Worship”
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.
Rossford Senior Center
The Wood County Committee on Aging
400 Dixie Highway • 419-666-8494
ATMOSPHERE
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Programs and lunches for all area
residents at least 60 years of age.
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.
For more information, call
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Rossford
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Saturday
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• Newspaper
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Community
Recreation
Center,
400 Dixie Highway.
Monday, January 19-Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
7:00 p.m.
There is a Solution AA Group, closed meeting, at Lutheran Church of the Master,
28744 Simmons Road, Perrysburg.
Tuesday, January 20
9:15 a.m.
Wood County Commissioners on the fifth
Perrysburg
Township
floor of the Wood
County Office
Building,
One Courthouse Square, Bowling Green.
2:00 p.m.
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• Magazines
“Community Care free Medical Clinic at
2150 South Byrne Road, Toledo, until 8 p.m.
Call 419-482-8127 for information.
RECYCLING SITE
Perrysburg Township
RECYCLING SITE
NEW! There is now an ENVIRONMENTAL FEE for
recycling TVs. All other electronics will remain free to
recycle. TVs 33” and under- $10; over 33”- $20;
console TVs will remain $25.
Perrysburg Township Recycles at:
Township Maintenance Building • 26609 Lime City Road
OPEN: SAT., JAN. 17 (Every Third Sat. of the Month),
9 a.m. - Noon Only • EVERYONE WELCOME!!
NO PLASTIC BAGS ACCEPTED
Electronics taken, anything with a cord, except air
conditioners and humidifiers.
Questions? Call Wood County Solid Waste District at: (419) 354-9297
WHAT YOU CAN RECYCLE:
• Beverage Cans • Steel Cans •Cardboard
• Plastic Bottles • Glass Jars & Bottles
• Newspaper & Telephone Books • Magazines
Social Services at 1-800-3674935. 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
419-353-5661.
Monday, January 19
Martin Luther King Jr.
Day All Sites Closed!
Tuesday, January 20
Noon menu–Chipped Beef
or Creamed Chicken, Far
East
blend
vegetables,
mashed potatoes, orange sections, pudding.
•9 a.m.–Trip: Breakfast
Bunch at the Bulldog Diner,
Dixie Highway. Host: Mary
Tebbe, WCCOA.
•12:30 p.m.–Trivia sponsored by the Manor of Perrysburg.
Wednesday, January 21
Noon menu–Birthday Celebration: Stuffed Pepper,
Lima beans, Heritage slaw,
rosy applesauce, cake and ice
cream.
•9:30 a.m.–Body Recall
•10 a.m. to noon–Blood
pressure screenings. There is
no charge for the self monitoring device.
•Noon–Birthday Celebration with gift bags courtesy of
Genesis Health Care. Seniors
with January birthdays
should register in advance.
Thursday, January 22
Noon menu–Roast Beef or
Grilled Chicken Breast, buttered beets, Caesar Salad,
grape juice.
•12:45 p.m.–Bingo with
prizes sponsored by Perrysburg Commons.
Friday, January 23
Noon menu–Hamloaf or
Almandine Pollock, stewed
tomatoes, fresh fruit cup,
peach crunch.
•9:30 a.m.–Body Recall
Upcoming Events
•January 26, at 12:30
p.m.–Program: “Glaucoma”
with Angela Jackson, optometrist. Glaucoma is one of
the leading causes of blindness in the United States.
Learn how early detection
and prevention can save your
vision. A question-and-answer session will follow.
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Wood Lane names Kilpatrick new administrator
Wood Lane recently
named Claude Kilpatrick as
its new director of service and
support administration. Mr.
Kilpatrick will provide leadership and direction to a 24member department that
coordinates services for individuals with developmental
disabilities to increase their
skills, capabilities and independence.
“Claude is dedicated to respectfully serving and supporting individuals with
developmental disabilities to
achieve a quality of life they
determine,” said Wood Lane
Superintendent
Melanie
Stretchbery.
Mr. Kilpatrick has an extensive history with Wood
Lane. His experience began
in 1986 when he worked as a
substitute residential assistant. His most recent position
was service coordinator of intake and eligibility. In his 27
years of service, he has held
eight positions with Wood
Lane.
He has a bachelor of science degree in education
from Bowling Green State
University, and a master’s degree in rehabilitation counsel-
ing from BGSU. He also
holds four certifications from
the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities.
When asked why he chose
this career field, Mr. Kilpatrick
said, “It chose me. I thought I
wanted to be a teacher, but
then I began working at Wood
Lane and before I knew it, I
just couldn’t leave.”
Mr. Kilpatrick encourages
families to contact Wood
Lane with any questions they
may have. “The staff is extremely knowledgeable and
eager to help in any way they
can,” said Mr. Kilpatrick.
Check us out on the web: rossford.com
WINTER ICE MELT PRICING
2014/2015
Cargill Rock Salt
(49 bags) Pallet Pricing $252.35 ($5.15 per bag)
Ice No Mor (magnesium, potassium, sodium chloride)
50#
25#
20#
$6.00
$4.00
$5.50
protects to -5 degrees
Quad Release protects to -10 degrees & lower
50# $10.75
(sodium, potassium, magnesium & calcium chlorides)
~safe on sidewalks and landscaping~$9.75 ea. pallet pricing
Peladow (calcium chloride) safe on new sidewalks & lawns 50# $13.50
Dowflakes (calcium chloride) safe on new sidewalks & lawns 50# $13.00
LUCKEY FARMERS INC.
11330 AVENUE RD., PERRYSBURG 419-874-3525
FREE ‘WELCOME TO MEDICARE’ SEMINAR
Tuesday, January 20, at 6:30 p.m.
Owens Community College, Toledo Campus
Audio Visual Center Bldg., Room 121
30335 Oregon Road, Perrysburg, OH 43551
Hello, my name is James Poling and I am an independent insurance agent
in Perrysburg. I host this Medicare Educational Event every month for
everyone that will soon be eligible for Medicare and has questions.
It is critical that you understand your options!! We will discuss the parts of Medicare,
when and how to enroll, Medicare Supplement versus Medicare Advantage Plans, Part D
Prescription Plans, and how to identify which plan option is right for you.
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
702 Commerce Drive • Perrysburg, OH 43551
419-872-0204
877-883-1224
www.citizenadvisory.com
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HELP WANTED
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.
DRIVERS -
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
MOVING IN/OUT? 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.
Erica’s
Housecleaning
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
24112 Lime City Rd. Æ Perrysburg, OH
www.envirocarelawn.com
LAWN • LANDSCAPE • IRRIGATION • TREE REMOVAL • SNOW REMOVAL
Lake Erie
SPORTFISHING CHARTERS
Excursions for up to 12 persons
(419) 666-5952 (Day)
(419) 297-2356 (Night)
www.lakeeriefishing.com
Snow Plowing & Salting
by Green Edge
Residential & Commercial
Snow Plowing
Senior Discount • Mention this ad and receive
a discount on your winter snow needs.
Office 419-874-5006
Matt 419-283-0756 / Mark 419-392-3669
Stykemain Tree and Lawn
Service, LLC
419-874-0484
Mowing * Mulching * Bush Trimming
Spring and Fall Clean-up
Seasoned Firewood **** Snow Removal
Tree Trimming * Removal * Stump Grinding
Fully Licensed and Insured
Our family serving your family nearly 20 years
419-874-2734
Local Family Owned
Service Most Makes & Models
Parts 15% Off w/this Ad
www.rapidapplianceservice.com
COMPLETE ROOFING
by Dudley Yetter, Owner
419-205-6340
FREE
ESTIMATES
METZGER PAINTING
& Wallpapering
•Powerwashing •Decks
•Plaster/Drywall Repair
419-874-2251
Senior Discount
River Valley Electric
Professional Electrical Contractors
419.838.7635 • 419.260.9339
•Additional Outlets/Switches
•Service Upgrade/Code Corrections
24 HR. EMERGENCY SERVICE
Experienced, Reliable
Honest & Hardworking
Weekly or Bi-weekly
Schedules
References Available
Call Erica
at 419-654-2884
HURLEY’S INTERIOR/exterior painting. Reasonable
prices. 20 years experience.
Free estimates. Call 419882-6753.
HANDYMAN.
PERRYSBURG. Electrical, plumbing,
carpentry. Residential and
commercial. 419-704-7201.
CONCRETE WORK. Driveways, patios, sidewalks. Cement mason since 1985.
Call Paul 419-327-0883.
O’SHANNON’S HAULING.
All types. Basement, attic, garage clean-ups, light demo. Licensed. Insured. 419-270-3782.
UPHOLSTERY, YOUR fabric or mine. Reasonable.
419-874-5747.
PAINTING, REPAIRS, floor
to ceiling fix or replace, apartment turn over punch lists. If
you need it done we do it. 35+
years serving Perrysburg.
Leave a message, 419874-9280, 419-377-8996.
MOVING/HAULING ANYTHING. Appliances, junk,
furniture, garage clean out.
Can pick up and deliver new or
used items from any location.
Kevin Rantanen, 419-870-1771.
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
DON’S DRYWALL and
plaster repair. Resurfacing,
texturing. Free estimates,
seven days. 419-476-0145.
PAINTING AND Wallpapering. Professional, quality work.
Removal, wall repair. Brian,
419-297-9686.
STEVE’S DRYWALL, spray
ceilings, texture walls, all
patchwork.
Call
Steve,
419-873-8025.
SCHALLER TRUCKING.
Delivering stone, sand and topsoil for life’s little projects.
419-666-7642, 419-392-7642.
HANDYMAN.
EXPERIENCED, references, reasonable. No job too small. Dave
419-823-8033.
PROFESSIONAL
DRYWALL and plaster repairs.
Quality work, very dependable, free estimates. Call
419-324-4054.
BDRY BASEMENT Waterproofing. Lifetime warranty.
419-891-0856. 419-787-6020.
www.bdrynwohio.com.
CUSTOM SEWING for the
home. Custom made slip covers and Roman shades are our
specialty. Slocum’s Dry Goods.
Rossford, Ohio. 419-3861031. Over 45 years experience.
Ashley Distribution Services in Luckey, OH seeks:
• TRUCKLOAD DRIVERS (No Touch), Earning potential
avg. $64,000 year
• Home Weekly • Paid Vacation • Full Benefit Package
Class A CDL & at least 1 year current OTR exp. Clean
MVR/PSP Reports. Call 1-800-837-2241 8AM to 4PM
CST for info & app or email: [email protected]
services.com or www.ashleydistributionservices.com to
apply under jobs.
BASEMENT
WATERPROOFING, wall repair.
Reasonable rates. 30 years experience. Many Perrysburg references. Licensed and insured.
Call anytime, 419-874-2802.
INTERIOR
PAINTING,
neat, experienced. References.
Free
estimates.
Donna,
419-476-1173, 419-250-4504.
HEALTH SERVICES
Beginner Yoga Workshop
2 hour intro to Yoga
in Perrysburg
Jan. 24 or Jan. 31, 1-3 p.m.
Registered 200RYT instructor
Call 419-356-5131
RN CERTIFIED in foot care
will bring this service to your
home or residence. Dee
Jones, 419-297-2005.
FOR SALE
ALL NEW queen bed, $175. 2
recliners with area rug, $250. 2
lamps, $25. 2 Italian made accent chairs, $90. Framed picture. Price for all, $475.
419-262-1695.
FIREWOOD DELIVERED,
$275. Call Mike 419-6010552.
PHILIPS 50” plasma, good
TV, $150. 419-874-7763.
GARAGE SALES
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.
BOWLING GREEN flea
market at Wood County Fairgrounds, 13800 W. Poe Road,
Bowling Green. January
17-18, open 9-4. Don’t miss
this Winter Wonderland of
special vendors featuring great
deals on unique antiques,
Christmas clearance specials,
art, vintage and new collectibles, trading cards, handcrafted
rugs, amazing jewelry and
merchandise from Hello Kitty
and “Frozen”. Tables of designer jewelry only $3 each at
Fancy Cat Gallery Booth along
with over 40,000 European
beads from 50¢ to $2 in sterling sliver and 9K gold. Swarovski crystal jewelry now
$5-10. Great food, great times.
FLEA MARKET at Byrne
Road near Hill Avenue at
American Legion Post, Sundays, 7 a.m. to noon. Dealers
wanted. Call 419-389-1095.
AAA Northwest Ohio is now hiring
Fleet Driver positions
within our company. We offer full-time
employment, good fringe benefits
including health, dental and 401(K)
Fleet Drivers
We are seeking Tow Truck Drivers
and Light Service Drivers for our road
service department. Candidates
should have basic auto repair knowledge
and some prior general mechanical
aptitude. Both positions require candidates
to have a customer service personality. A
clean and verifiable driving record, plus a DOT
physical and clean drug-screen is mandatory.
Stop in to any AAA Northwest Ohio
location to fill out an application for
either of these positions,
or e-mail a confidential resume to:
[email protected]
TRAINCO
2 col.
x 2.75= $70.13help.
for Afternoons
Perrysburg
and SaturTRUCK
a DRIVING SCHOOL days. Apply in person.
PART-TIME
Day • Eves • Weekend Class
Job Placement
Company Paid Training
Call 419-837-5730
Train Locally-Save Hassle
PERRYSBURG CAMPUS
COUNTER
Bel-Aire Cleaners, 117 E. Indiana.
TUTOR WANTED in my
Perrysburg
home,
twice
weekly, for a business major.
419-878-9819.
www.traincoinc.com
Local, well established Insurance Agency is looking
for a fulltime CSR/Support
Staff member. Job duties
include, but not limited to:
answering phones, filing,
customer payments and
general staff support. Applicant must be a well organized multitasker. Computer
skills desired, office skills a
plus. Must be energetic, a
self starter and attention to
detail is paramount. Please
email resumes to bjfuller
@fullerandsonsins.com
BG JANITORIAL work.
5pm-10:30pm, Monday-Friday. Office cleaning, sweeping, mopping, restrooms. $9/hr
to start with paid training, free
uniforms and paid vacation.
Call Roxie at Toledo Building
Services 419-241-3101 for application information.
PART-TIME GRILL help
needed immediately. Grill experience a plus. Other duties
include dishwashing, line prep
and anything else as needed to
be done. Flexible hours. Food
service experience helpful. No
weekends or holidays. Email
your resume to delightfully
[email protected]
PART-TIME HELP wanted
with potential to be full-time.
Customer service and packaging. Must be able to lift up to
70lbs. Day hours and 2 Saturdays/month. Starting pay
$10/hour. Please bring resume
to Pak Mail 26530 N Dixie
Hwy #8.
KNOT & Rope Supply is
pleased to announce a job
opening with our company location in Perrysburg, OH. We
are currently seeking one
qualified individual to help our
company grow and serve in
our shop production and order
fulfillment department. Our
production shop is a young and
energetic area of our business
that is responsible for very
high volumes of output and
performance. This is a real exciting opportunity for the right
candidate that meets the criteria listed below. We can train
you in the specifics of our
business and the rope industry,
but we need a quick learner,
hard worker and fast mover.
You would report directly to
the shop manager working a
40 hour (sometimes more)
work week with some overtime. Learn more about this job
and what we do at www.
knotandrope.com/employment
SITUATIONS WANTED
EXPERIENCED
SEAMSTRESS. Over 30 years experience. Dressmaking, wedding
gowns, bridesmaids, alterations and veil design.
419-874-5390.
USED CARS
2008 BLACK Kia Optima.
Single owner, clean title, 119K
miles (mostly highway). Asking, $4,000. 419-376-5872.
AUTO INSURANCE
Free Quotes
$$Low Rates$$
FOR RENT
Perry’s Landing
Space for Rent
•Commercial/Office
Space, 500 sq. ft.-1000
square feet available.
•2 bedroom apt. $650
plus utilities.
•1 bedroom apt. available, $575 plus utilities.
419-352-0717
Storefront Office
in Rossford
1 AND 2 bedroom apartments in Perrysburg Township. All electric, from
$425/month. Call 419-3890555 for specials.
with central air
$650/month
includes all utilities
419-409-1051
2 BEDROOM villa. C/A, gas
heat, attached garage, washer/
dryer hook-ups, $715/month.
419-874-0889.
FREE CABLE
Cordoba Apartments
Perrysburg Township.
Close to Owens & Crossroads.
PERRYSBURG 1 bedroom
ranch apartment in senior community, close to shopping. Gas
heat, central air, garage with
opener, non-smoking, no pets.
$590/month, one year lease.
419-874-5689.
Rent starting at $410
419-381-0600
Remarkable 2 bedroom
apartment, garage, A/C,
loads of storage, water
and heat paid. Non smoking, no pets. $640.
Broker/Owner
419-874-1188
419-874-1112
PERRYSBURG
TWINPLEX, 326 W. 5th Street,
$680/month. 2 bedroom, 1
bath, CA, gas heat, w/d hook
up and garage. Near downtown. Non smoking, no pets.
419-872-2131.
2 BEDROOM, $635. Ranch
style with full size washer and
dryer. Now available. Pets ok.
Call 419-389-0555 for specials.
FOR SALE by owner, completely remodeled 3 bedroom,
1 1/2 bath home in Point Place.
Full basement, 1 car garage,
fenced in back yard. Very
quiet neighborhood. 1,350 SF.
$69,800.
Call
Mike,
419-345-2470.
Building in Rossford
2800 sq. ft. includes 2nd
floor apartment, storefront office and office
space on 1st floor.
$87,495. 419-878-0309.
419-874-9989
Modene Insurance
Agency, Perrysburg
at
www.PerrysburgBlog.com
WANTED TO BUY
HOMEOWNERS
INSURANCE
WANTED GUNS, any age,
any condition. Also WWII
and earlier military items. Indian artifacts. Rob, 419340-5808, 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Free Quotes
$$Low Rates$$
PLACE YOUR
Vacation Rentals
here. Call us
419-874-4491 to
place your ad.
419-874-9989
Modene Insurance
Agency, Perrysburg
912 Mulberry Street
Friday, January 16, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday, January 17, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
A PETITE Hamlet, river area
vintage apartment. Nonsmoking & no pets. $600.
419-913-1693. See Waterville ad, See Craigs List.
COMMERCIAL UPSTAIRS
office space. 3,000 square feet,
$4 square foot. Main Street,
East Toledo. Call 419-691-1512.
WAREHOUSE / OFFICE
SPACE available. Eckel
Road. 419-874-9119.
RIVERFRONT LOT
PERRYSBURG
3 acres +/-, with
gabled barn 20’x32’,
electric and water. A
spectacular piece of
riverfront property located on West River
Road by the Waterville
bridge. Anthony Wayne
School District.
For more information,
call 419-861-2444
Two-story charming home in
historic downtown Perrysburg.
3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, 1,664 sq.
ft., 2 car detached garage with
finished office space, central
heat/AC and more. This home
offers many charming features
including original hardwood
floors throughout, antique
wood trim, custom built-in
storage, walk-in master closet,
fenced in backyard with private
patio, storage shed. Listed at
$189,900. Call 419-509-8331
for information.
JILL PERRY SELLS
PERRYSBURG!
WELLES BOWEN REALTORS
Cell - 419-283-4300 • Office - 419-874-7958
EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY
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OPEN SUNDAY 12:30 - 2:30
240 Edgewood
Fabulous Southwood Park home with tons of updates including kitchen, bathroom, carpet, paint, windows, mechanics, roof and more. 3 bedrooms, family
room plus den. $129,900.
BY APPOINTMENT
1005 Saturn - $92,900
5031 Chatham Valley - $324,900
8332 Fossil Ave. - $139,900
220 E.Front
In-town charmer. High ceilings,
beautiful woodwork, freshly
painted exterior, newer mechanics and 2 car garage. Located
blocks from the River and Historic downtown Perrysburg.
$164,900.
25527 Woodcreek
Sanctuary Meadows beauty
with soaring ceilings and floor
to ceiling windows. Beautiful
granite and ceramic kitchen
with attached sunroom. Huge
master suite. $369,900.
GO TO WWW.PERRYTEAM.NET FOR ALL MY LISTINGS!
MOVING/ESTATE
Household Liquidation Sale!
ROSSFORD, 180 Maple
Street. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, living room, kitchen, utility room
with washer/dryer hook-up,
storage shed in small backyard. No pets. $600/month
plus utilities and deposit.
419-350-1558.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
523 HICKORY STREET
VACATION RENTALS
2015 PERRYSBURG spring
break Atlantis Resort, Bahamas,
sleeps six. $3,200. 419-3510031.
419-215-8378
PUBLISHER’S NOTICE
MISCELLANEOUS
Bus trip: $759/person
NYC – May 21-27
The Big Apple leaves
from Rossford
419-265-3358
419-509-6008
$75 deposit due NOW
Ellis Island,
Statue of Liberty,
911 Museum, etc.
City water, gas heat, W/D,
appliances included.
$345/month
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 1-800-669-9777. The toll-free telephone
number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-927-9275.
A MECHANIC buys vehicles; looks, pays accordingly,
anything
with
wheels.
419-870-0163.
Let’s Travel Too—
all your travel needs.
ROSSFORD, PET friendly,
2 bedroom, cozy, quiet community. By appointment.
419-385-0704.
1 Bedroom
Mobile Home
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Perrysburg
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Bowling Green
419-352-5161
or 1-800-352-5161
Monday-Friday 9-6;
Saturday 9-4
www.newloverealty.com
Dick Newlove
Broker
Andy Newlove
Broker
Antiques, vintage, newer items, furniture, household
items, glassware, kitchen items, women’s clothing/
shoes/purses, wicker bedroom and patio sets, beautiful
oak dining set …
See ftmeigsestatesales.com for complete
listing and photos or call 419-215-7265
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.
545 Bennington Drive,
Maumee
Gorgeous tri-level home with
custom kitchen, pool, and fabulous outdoor space. Must
See! $174,900
Sue Cortez
419-351-3496
28774 Hufford Road
Perrysburg
Darling 3 bedroom ranch in
the heart of it all. Large yard,
2-car garage, and more!
$84,900
Sue Cortez
419-351-3496
2415 Goddard Road
Toledo
Remarkably large! 3 BR,
2 1/2 BA brick home in spotless condition. Near UT!
$174,900
Sue Cortez
419-351-3496
502 W. Front Street
Pemberville
Historic small town living.
Lots of space to grow.
Many costly items done!
$87,900
Julie Iler
419-308-2672
ROSSFORD RECORD JOURNAL — January 15, 2015 — Page 5
REAL ESTATE
Dr. Robert Welch appointed vice chairman of Wayne State University
and Detroit Medical Center’s OB/GYN Clinical Operations
A WELLES BOWEN REALTOR
Robert A. Welch, M.D.,
has been appointed Wayne
State University (WSU) and
Detroit Medical Center’s
(DMC) vice chair of DMC
OB/GYN clinical operations–chief and division director of maternal fetal
medicine.
In his new role, Dr. Welch
will focus on the continued
growth and development of
OB/GYN specialty services
and developing strategic partnerships with physicians to
provide advanced medical
and surgical care for women.
Dr. Welch’s additional duties will include working
closely with other DMC and
WSU leaders on women’s
health and academic-related
enterprises.
The doctor’s expertise in
women’s academic medicine,
coupled with his experience
in developing strategic partnerships with community
hospitals and physicians, ensures that DMC and WSU are
uniquely positioned to transform women’s health care in
a more far-reaching and
meaningful way for the communities the hospitals serve.
Dr. Welch received his undergraduate degree from the
University of Toledo and his
medical degree at Louisiana
State University Medical
Center, New Orleans.
He has a master’s degree
in science administration
with emphasis on the medical
sciences from Central Michigan University. His residency
GET MOVING WITH KAM
26926 Shawnee, Perrysburg NEW LISTING!
$267,900-Highly sought after Crandenbrook subdivision, 4 beds
2.5 baths, fin. basement, open concept, 2700+ sq. ft. Private backyard.
9872 Ford Road, Perrysburg OPEN SUN. 12-1:30
$149,900-3 bed, 3 bath, 2 car attached garage condo. Open
floor plan with vaulted ceiling and gas fireplace in family room.
Private patio off walk-out lower level.
2345 Greenlawn, Toledo
$109,900-Maumee school ranch with loads of upgrades.
Charming street, fenced yard with storage shed. 3 bed, 1 bath.
What a great opportunity!
2634 Overbrook, Toledo
$119,900-3 bed, 2 bath, ranch w/full basement, fantastic floor
plan–you will not be disappointed in the space.
Cove ceilings are so cool!
[email protected] • Cell 419-345-5170
HELP WANTED
NOW HIRING
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Machine Operators, Material Handlers
and Shipping/Receiving Specialists!
REQUIREMENTS:
Strong measurement, mathematical and
mechanical skills.
Exceptional attendance history.
Ability to stand for more than 8 hours.
Ability to lift up to 50lbs.
Motivation to work with minimal supervision.
Must pass all pre-employment screenings.
Apply www.Job1USA.com JC#1315 / 531
or send resume [email protected]
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CLASSES OFFERED
ART CLASSES - Group & Private. Drawing, painting & figure study. Beginning through
advanced. EDGERTON ART
Studio & School, Perrysburg. Current schedule and
registration forms available
online at www.EdgertonArt
.com; Call: 419-290-OILS
[6457], Email: Edgerton
[email protected]
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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in OB/GYN and fellowship
in maternal-fetal medicine
were both completed at the
DMC/WSU.
After his fellowship, Dr.
Welch remained as faculty
for five years, during which
time he completed a National
Institutes of Health-sponsored faculty fellowship on
substance abuse in pregnancy. He subsequently relocated to Providence Hospital
in Southfield, Michigan.
There, he developed the maternal-fetal medicine network
and was appointed chair of
OB/GYN.
During his tenure, the department experienced significant growth. He promoted
the development of the divisions of gynecology oncology, female pelvic medicine
reconstructive surgery and
minimally invasive and robotic surgery.
He has served as medical
director for women’s services
for the western region of St.
John Providence Health System.
Dr. Welch also has been a
residency program director
and was successful in expanding the number of residents in the program. He has
published numerous refereed
papers, book chapters and
monographs on topics related
to high-risk pregnancy.
He is co-inventor of several commonly used medical
devices.
Dr. Welch received the
Dr. Robert A. Welch
Ephraim McDowell Award in
research from District V of
the American Congress of
Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the Donald F. Richardson Memorial Prize for the
best research paper presented
at the ACOG annual meeting,
and twice, the Community
Hospital Award presented by
the Central Association of
OB/GYN.
He is a clinical professor
of OB/GYN at the WSU
School of Medicine.
Dr. Welch is active in
local, regional and national
quality improvement activities in OB/GYN. He chaired
a five-hospital regional consortium dedicated to sharing
quality assurance initiatives
within St. John Providence
Health Hospitals and served
on the perinatal safety committee of the Ascension
Health System.
He formerly was co-chair
for High Reliability for the 63
OB/GYN hospitals in Ascension Health. His current research
focus
is
on
measurement of a specific
cell-free fetal RNA in amniotic fluid and maternal circulation, and utilizing this
portion of the fetal transcriptome for future clinical applications in perinatal medicine.
Dr. Welch, son of Dorothy
J. Welch and the late Robert
C. Welch of Perrysburg, resides in Canton, Michigan,
with his wife Sally.
Dr. Richard Goldberg,
chief executive officer of Behavioral Connections of
Wood County, Inc. recently
retired, bringing a close to a
career of more than 40 years.
Dr. Goldberg began his
career at Behavioral Connections in 1999 as the newly appointed CEO. He was faced
with the task of integrating
three organizations that had
recently merged to form Behavioral Connections.
The agency now has a
walk-in clinic at 27072 Carronade Drive, Perrysburg.
In addition to his previous
roles as CEO of two mental
health agencies, Dr. Goldberg’s background in organizational development and
consulting made him ideal
for the job. Now, after providing executive leadership
at Behavioral Connections
for the last 15 years and ensuring the future health of the
agency through a recent
merger with Harbor, the
largest
mental
health
provider in Northwest Ohio,
he stepped down as CEO on
January 1.
Dr. Goldberg’s commitment to seeing Behavioral
Connections thrive and grow
was a primary reason for
seeking a partnership with
Harbor.
“Some of the services and
strengths of Behavioral Connections will be good for
Harbor. And Harbor brings a
Downtown Perrysburg and Levis Commons
DPI brings Winterfest to Perrysburg Feb. 20-22
Perrysburg will come
alive with the excitement of
ice carvings and winter
weather fun in February.
Downtown Perrysburg,
Inc. (DPI) will present Perrysburg Winterfest 2015, a
National Ice Carving Association (NICA) sanctioned
event February 20, 21 and
22.
The highlight of the weekend will be the U.S. National
Ice Carving Championship.
Twenty first-class master and
professional ice carvers will
compete for $15,000 of prize
money and the 2015 national
title.
The community is invited
to witness the technical and
creative expertise of the professional ice carvers as they
perform their art live on Friday at Levis Commons and
Saturday in downtown Perrysburg.
In addition to the competition, there will be ice carvings sponsored by area
businesses and organizations
on both sides of Louisiana
Avenue and Levis Commons
Boulevard for public viewing. Ice Creations is able to
carve almost any image–they
need a PDF or JPG of the
image.
For information on purchasing an ice carving call
DPI at 419-872-6246, or send
an email to downtown
[email protected] or
visit the website at www.
perrysburgwinterfest.org.
The streets of downtown
Perrysburg and the Town
Center at Levis Commons
will come alive with excitement, family-fun activities,
ice carvings of every imagi-
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native design and two nights
of music, food and favorite
craft beers and wines.
Beer Tasting–Old World
Meets New presented by
Owens Illinois, Inc: Friday,
February 20, 7 to 10 p.m., in
the tent at the corner of Second Street and Louisiana Avenue. An assortment of
different craft beer styles will
feature Old World samples to
be compared with New World
counterparts. Each style will
feature a food pairing provided by Stella’s Restaurant
and Swig.
The band “The Bradberries” will entertain.
Tickets are $30 and will
be available soon.
Wine Tasting: Saturday,
February 21, 7 to 10 p.m., in
the tent at the corner of Second Street and Louisiana Avenue.
Heidelberg Distributing
will choose labels from some
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LEGAL NOTICE
Advertisement for Bids
Sealed Bids will be received in the City Administrator’s Office at the City of
Rossford,
133
Osborn
Street, Rossford, Ohio
43460 until 2:00 p.m., January 29, 2015, for the furnishing
of
all
labor,
equipment, materials and
appurtenances necessary for
the collection and disposal
of residential solid waste, recycling materials and seasonal yard waste with the
corporate limits of the City
of Rossford. At this time Bids
will be publicly opened and
publicly read.
Information to Bidders,
Specifications and Bid Forms
will be available for review
at the Office of the City Administrator, 133 Osborn
Street, Rossford, Ohio
43460-1236, and may be
obtained during normal
business hours. Electronic
copies may be obtained by
contacting the City of Rossford Office by phone at 419666-0210 or by email at
[email protected]
at no charge.
Questions regarding this
specification are to be directed via email to the City
Administrator
at
[email protected]
Any questions after 12:00
p.m. on Monday, January 26,
2015, will NOT be answered.
Bids must be received in a
sealed envelope marked
“Residential Refuse Collection Bid” and must contain
the full name and address of
the Bidder. Each proposal
shall be signed by the full
name and business address
of each person or company
interested in the same; shall
be accompanied by a security bond issued by a bonding company authorized to
do business in the State of
Ohio, or by a certified check
on a solvent bank in the
amount of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00). The surety
bond or certified check shall
be payable to the City of
Rossford, Ohio, as a guarantee that if the proposal is accepted, a Contract will be
entered into and its performance properly secured
by a satisfactory bond in the
amount of one hundred percent (100%) of one year’s
Contract price or irrevocable letter of credit.
The City of Rossford reserves the right to reject any
and all Bids and to waive
any irregularities in the Bid,
to hold any Bid forty-five
(45) days before accepting
same, and to accept that Bid
which is deemed to be the
lowest responsive and responsible bid in the best interest of the City.
Edward J. Ciecka,
City Administrator
Published in the Rossford Record
Journal, issues of January 15 and 22,
2015.
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Dr. Richard Goldberg retires as CEO from
Behavioral Connections of Wood County
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Evening hours available
of the best wine regions in the
country and area chefs will
offer food selections.
Tickets are $40 and only a
limited number will be sold.
Schedule of Events
Friday, February 20
•Ice Carving National
Championship–Stage I; Levis
Commons.
•Commissioned carvings
on display downtown and
Levis Commons.
•Children’s
activities,
downtown and Levis Commons.
•Craft beer tasting, downtown, 7 to 10 p.m., ticket
event.
Saturday, February 21
•Ice Carving National
Championships–Stage
2;
downtown.
•Commissioned carvings
on display.
•Children’s
activities,
downtown and Levis Commons.
•Wine tasting, downtown,
7 to 10 p.m., ticket event.
•Awards ceremony.
Sunday, February 22
•People’s Choice Awards
•Competition and commissioned carvings on display downtown and Levis
Commons.
For additional information
on Winterfest, contact Rob
Brunner, event chairman, at
419-494-5195 or send an
email
to
robert.brun
[email protected] or Casey
Pogan, marketing director,
Hill Partners Inc., Town Center at Levis Commons, 419931-8888 or send an email to
[email protected]
Dr. Richard Goldberg
great deal of strength to the
services that we provide
here–it will strengthen both
organizations,” he said.
The merger opened new
resources for residents in
Wood County in addition to
improving the growth of the
agency.
“The most exciting and
beneficial part of this agreement is how much it will benefit our clients and their
families,” said John Sheehan,
Harbor CEO. “The expertise
of both organizations are
complementary, which allows us to continue to enhance the quality and depth
of the care the community
will receive.”
Over the course of his career, Dr. Goldberg has
worked in a number of executive leadership positions and
as a consultant on diverse
and successful projects.
However, Dr. Goldberg
said Behavioral Connections
has been the most satisfying
part of his career.
“I think that this organization makes a tremendous difference, a positive difference,
in the lives of many, many
people. You can’t count the
number of people whose lives
have been helped by this organization,” he said. “The
benefit that we have provided
to this community makes it a
better place, and I really am
pleased to have been a part of
that.”
It’s a bittersweet farewell,
having spent the longest
tenure of his career at Behavioral
Connections–something he attributes largely to
the board of directors and
staff.
However, his work isn’t
quite done. Dr. Goldberg will
continue to work with Harbor
and Behavioral Connections
as a consultant and assist in
implementing the future state
strategy and vision he helped
create, introducing a new
phase to his career.
Reserve
your spot!
$25 ea.
(5’x8’ area)
includes
table.
DK Treasures will be hosting a
Sweetheart Celebration including a Farmers
Market Friday 2/13/15 from 10 a.m.
until 8 p.m. Setup is 7 a.m. to 10 a.m.
We are looking for vendors who sell
baked goods, candies, small handmade
gifts, flowers, cards, direct sales vendors
with gifts items to participate!
Email: [email protected] or Call 419-214-0331
Attorneys At Law
Leatherman & Witzler
Todd Hamilton Noll • Kay Leatherman Howard
Paul A. Skaff • Heather L. Pentycofe
353 Elm Street
Perrysburg, Ohio 43551
419-874-3536
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Wolverhampton Wanderers
have formed a partnership
with the Ohio based soccer organization Anthony Wayne
United Soccer Club.
Anthony Wayne United
Soccer Club is located in
northwest Ohio. Their training
and game fields are located at
the Bluecreek Preserve in
Whitehouse. Their vision is to
get the players performing at
their highest potential through
individual player development
in a team-based environment.
The players compete in the
Ohio Youth Soccer Association North State League and
Northwest Ohio Youth Soccer
League.
The academy system
grooms players (U9 and
below) to compete at the highest levels. They field both boys
and girls teams up to the U14
age level. United offers yearround training and optional
camps to interested parties.
They have a dedicated staff of
coaches who hold multiple
diplomas through the NSCAA
including National, Advanced
National, and Premier Diplomas. They also have several
coaches who also coach for
the state powerhouse, Anthony
Wayne High School. Anthony
Wayne United is very excited
to be united with the Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The partnership will see the
Wolves North American Academy hosting a series of Elite
Player ID events with Anthony
Wayne United. Wolves will
send academy staff members
over to work with Anthony
Wayne United players at these
events. The best male and female players at these events
will be invited to attend the
Wolves National Camp.
The National Camp will
host the top players from each
of their partner clubs in North
America. From the National
Camp, the top players will be
invited to attend the Elite
Player Tour at their academy
in Wolverhampton, England.
David Gedman, president of
Anthony Wayne United, said,
“We at Anthony Wayne
United are very excited about
our new partnership with the
Wolverhampton Wanderers.
We believe that this partnership opens our players and
coaches up to a whole new
level of opportunities that
were not possible before. Soccer in our community is definitely going to benefit
immensely going forward.”
Global Image Sports and
Wolves are very impressed
with Anthony Wayne United
Soccer Club, and are excited
about a long and successful
partnership.
For more information visit
the website at www.wolves
northamericanacademy.com
or contact Kevin Kooistra,
partnership development manager,
at
[email protected]
imagesports.com
Bus and Bowl offered at Interstate Lanes
Interstate Lanes again
will offer its Bus and Bowl
program this winter to students in Rossford and Perrysburg.
The cost is $9 per week,
which includes bus transportation from school to the
bowling center and back,
rental of bowling balls and
shoes, and two games of
bowling.
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All
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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
Supervision of students
is provided.
Family rates are available for three or more children participating.
Visit the website Inter
stateLanes.com for registration forms or stop into the
bowling center, 819 Lime
City Road, Rossford.
For more information,
call 419-666-2695.
RHS Students in Action to hold
prom/homecoming dress sale
Rossford Students in Action, a student led group that
promotes student volunteerism and community involvement, will sponsor a
prom and homecoming dress
sale January 12-14, at the
high school.
Individuals willing to donate a used prom, homecoming or special occasion dress
may do so by dropping off
their dress donation in the
RHS main office from January 5 to 12.
Business News
Girl Scout cookie sale under way
Anthony Wayne United SC joins
Wolves North American Academy
ceeds stay in the community.
“By supporting the Girl
Scout Cookie Program,
you’re supporting the success
of girls in our community and
around the world,” said Angela Tennaro, director of regional services for Girl
Scouts of Western Ohio
states.
The Girl Scout Cookie
Program strives to empower
girls with the strength, abilities and drive they’ll need to
become
accomplished
women who benefit themselves, their family and the
world.
As part of National
Cookie Weekend at the end of
February, girls will participate in Operation Cookie
Booth. They will accept donation for cookies to be
shipped to military members
serving overseas, in partnership with Heroes in Action.
Traditional booth sales will
start March 6 and run through
March 29.
Girls wishing to join Girl
Scouts and participate in the
Girl Scout Cookie Program
should visit gswo.org or call
the regional Girl Scout Service Center at 419-243-8216.
Girl Scouts are taking orders for their annual cookie
sale through February 22.
Seven varieties are offered
this year, including: Thin
Mints, Samoas, Tagalongs,
Trefoils, Do-Si-Dos, Savannah Smiles, and Rah Rah
Raisins. New this year, Rah
Rah Raisins are hearty oatmeal cookies with plump
raisins and Greek yogurt-flavored chunks. The cookies
are selling for $4 per box.
“The Girl Scout Cookie
Program is much more than a
fund-raiser,” said Lissa
Brown, director of regional
services for Girl Scouts of
Western Ohio.”
The program is the largest
girl-run business in the world.
Girls learn skills such as goal
setting, decision making,
money management, people
skills, and business ethics.
They work together with their
fellow troop members and decide how they would like to
use the funds they raise, including once-in-a-lifetime
travel across the country, buying supplies for service projects, attending summer camp,
and much more. All Girl
Scout Cookie Program pro-
RHS wrestlers compete
in Marion Harding Classic
The Rossford High
School varsity wrestling
team competed in the 44th
annual Marion Harding
wrestling classic in Marion,
Ohio, on December 29 and
30.
Five RHS wrestlers
made it to the final round.
Tanner Krotzer took second place at 106, Austin
Eick placed second at 113,
Andrew Myers finished in
fourth place at 160, Casey
Orr placed third at 170, and
Jacob Schimming took
sixth place at 220. As a
team, RHS placed fifth out
of 30 teams.
Pictured
clockwise,
from above left, are: Tanner
Krotzer, Austin Eick, Casey
Orr, Andrew Myers and
Jacob Schimming.
Welles Bowen Realtors of
Perrysburg announces and welcomes Kris Creps as an associate servicing Perrysburg,
Rossford and all of the greater
Toledo and the Wood County
area.
Kris and her husband, Dan
Creps, were born and raised in
Rossford. They grew up on the
same street and have been married for 24 years. They have
lived in Perrysburg for the past
14 years and have four children
that range from elementary
school to college.
Mrs. Creps has been an
award winning sales leader
with more than 20 years of
sales experience working for
Kris Creps
Fortune 500 companies. She
has the special ability to coordinate complex business details
and again cooperation of multiple decision makers in a highly
competitive environment. As an associate of Welles Bowen,
she will utilize her expertise in consultative sales to help her
clients with effective marketing of their home and meeting
their needs in a new home.
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the Benefit Bank.
Those seeking tax assistance are asked to bring a
checklist of documents, including personal information such as Social Security
number and court orders
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