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VOLUME 74, NUMBER 20 – MAY 16, 2013
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Molly Mack wins nomination as judge
By Beth Church
Republican voters nominated Molly Mack as their
candidate for judge of the
Perrysburg Municipal Court
in a close race over Drew
Griffith and Aram Ohanian.
In the May 7 primary election, Mrs. Mack defeated Mr.
Griffith by 193 votes and Mr.
Ohanian by 275 votes.
Unofficial vote totals from
the Wood County Board of
Elections were Mrs. Mack,
1,310; Mr. Griffith, 1,117, and
Mr. Ohanian, 1,035.
The Perrysburg Township
resident has been a licensed
attorney for more than 20
years and is an assistant county prosecutor for Wood
County, where she is chief of
the civil division.
Mrs. Mack won 21 of 43
precincts, including all three
precincts in Troy Township,
and all but one precinct in
both Lake and Perrysburg
townships.
The Perrysburg city ballot
totals leaned toward Mr.
Ohanian, also an assistant
county prosecutor, who won
seven of the 16 precincts.
Among Mr. Griffith’s
strongest showings was
Northwood, where he is the
mayor’s court magistrate. He
won all three Northwood
precincts, plus four of the five
Rossford city precincts.
The court’s jurisdiction
covers Perrysburg, Rossford,
Northwood,
Walbridge,
Luckey,
Millbury, Stony
Ridge, and Perrysburg, Lake
and Troy townships.
“I am honored and humbled that the citizens of the
Perrysburg Municipal Court
district have chosen me to represent them on the November
ballot,” Mrs. Mack said.
“I have and will continue
Rossford
Fire pancake
breakfast
on Sunday
The Rossford Fire
Department will host an allyou-can-eat pancake breakfast this Sunday, May 19,
from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The public is invited to
the event at the fire station,
133 Osborne Street.
The cost is $5 for adults
and $3 for children under
age 5.
The menu includes pancakes, scrambled eggs,
sausage, coffee and orange
juice.
There will be a 50/50 raffle, free balloons and coloring books for children, as
well as free blood pressure
and blood sugar screenings
for adults.
Molly Mack
to run a positive campaign,
which proposes a court rooted
in the principles of personal
responsibility, integrity and
strict adherence to the rule of
law. I look forward to continuing to bring this message to
the citizens of this district and
to hopefully having their votes
on November 5.”
In 2004, Mrs. Mack joined
the county prosecutor’s office.
As chief of the civil division,
she is legal advisor to county
officials, agencies and boards,
as well as townships, public
libraries, school districts and
other entities.
She prosecutes on behalf
of and defends actions against
public sector clients in municipal, common pleas, state
appeals and federal district
courts.
As civil division chief,
Mrs. Mack said she encounters an extensive array of legal
and administrative matters
commensurate with those of
the municipal court which
make her uniquely qualified
as a candidate for judge.
Her husband is Bob Mack,
a Perrysburg Township
trustee.
Mrs. Mack is a past board
member for the Way Public
Library Foundation, Equipped
Kids Inc., now part of
Sunshine Inc. of Northwest
Ohio, and Country Garden
Club. She currently serves as a
board member of the Fort
Meigs YMCA Center for
Health Promotion and the
Wood
County
Youth
Olympics. She is a member of
St. Timothy’s Episcopal
Church in Perrysburg.
Mrs. Mack will face independent candidate Tom
Mackin in the November general election.
Long-time
incumbent
Judge S. Dwight Osterud did
not seek re-election.
Voter Turnout
Tuesday’s election saw a
smaller voter turnout.
In Rossford city precincts,
the voter participation averaged 17.3 percent.
Precinct D had the most
voters at 24.6 percent and
Precinct I had the fewest at
10.5 percent.
In Perryburg Township
precincts, the turnout averaged 15.7 percent.
The Hamlet precinct,
where Mrs. Mack resides, saw
the most voters at 43 percent.
The township’s North precinct
had the fewest voters at 6 percent.
Two development plans
including Holiday Inn
receive city approval
After a lull of several years
during the economic recession, new development soon
will be coming to Rossford.
The Rossford Planning
Commission approved plans
for two new construction
projects at a May 8 meeting.
Ken Hicks of Diverse
Development
received
approval to build another
small plaza along U.S. Route
20 in front of the Meijer store.
Mr. Hicks was the developer for the Five Guys Burger
and Fries plaza and the KFC
restaurant, also built on
Meijer outlots.
City Administrator Ed
Ciecka said the tenants for the
new plaza were not revealed
to the planning commission.
The
6,440-square-foot
building will be located on
2.62 acres.
Construction is expected
to start in 60 days, he added.
A preliminary plan for a
Holiday Inn Express on Clark
Drive also was approved by
the planning commission.
The 91-bed, four story
hotel would be located on
5.02 acres, north of the curve
on Clark.
“We don’t have detailed
plans yet,” Mr. Ciecka said.
Bennett Enterprises, the
hotel’s developer, is still seeking financing for the project,
but needed preliminary
approval from the city for the
funding to be secured, he
explained.
Rob Armstrong, vice president at Bennett, and consulting engineer George Oravecz
attended the meeting to present the proposal to the planning commission.
In other business, the commission discussed changes to
the city’s zoning code covering accessory structures and
buildings.
A public hearing will be
scheduled to explain the
changes, Mr. Ciecka said.
Marquette signs with Lee Univ.
Rossford native Jay
Marquette, a sophomore
guard on the Owens
Community College basketball team, has signed a letter
of intent to play for Lee
University next season.
A graduate of Central
Catholic High School, he is
the son of Greg and Jackie
Marquette of Rossford.
He plans to study communications at Lee University,
which is located in Cleveland,
Tennessee, just north of
Chattanooga.
At Owens, Marquette started 21 of 36 games as a sophomore, while averaging 4.3
points, 3.9 rebounds, 1.6
assists and one steal per game
last season. In his two-year
career, he started 43 of 68
games and averaged 4.9
points, 3.9 rebounds, two
assists and just over one steal
per game. He totaled 332
points, 265 rebounds, 137
assists and 72 steals in those
two years.
Most
importantly,
Marquette helped turn around
an Express program that finished 10-21 the year before he
arrived, according to men’s
basketball
coach
Dave
Clarke.
In his two years, the team
went 50-18, twice finished
runner-up in the Ohio
Community College Athletic
Conference (OCCAC), was
Region XII District 11 runner-
We Honor
ROSSFORD, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO
Perrysburg Municipal Court Judge’s Race
Precinct Results
Precinct
370 Lake Twp.
371 Lake Twp.
390 Lake Twp.
400 Lake Twp.
420 Lake Twp.
430 Lake Twp.
432 Lake Twp.
Griffith
East
9 (26.47%)
North
2 (12.50%)
Latcha
8 (12.90%)
Millbury Village
15 (53.57%)
Union
10 (28.57%)
Walbridge Village A 9 (16.98%)
Walbridge Village B 9 (23.68%)
630 Psbg. Twp. Hamlet
650 Psbg. Twp. Glenwood
652 Psbg. Twp. Fallen Timbers
653 Psbg. Twp. Starbright
656 Psbg. Twp. Belmont
658 Psbg. Twp. Ford
660 Psbg. Twp. North
662 Psbg. Twp. Fort Meigs
671 Psbg. Twp. South
690 Psbg. A Library
700 Psbg. B Schaller
730 Psbg. E Toth
741 Psbg. G Schaller
743 Psbg. I Frank
746 Psbg. L Frank
747 Psbg. M Woodland
748 Psbg. N Toth
749 Psbg. O Jr. High
750 Psbg. P Woodland
754 Psbg. T Jr. High
755 Psbg. U Ft. Meigs
756 Psbg. V Ft. Meigs
757 Psbg. W Ft. Meigs
758 Psbg. X High School
760 Psbg. Y High School
810 Northwood A
811 Northwood B
830 Northwood D
840
870
890
892
893
Rossford A City Building
Rossford D Bulldog Center
Rossford F Bulldog Center
Rossford H Bulldog Center
Rossford I Bulldog Center
900 Troy Twp. North
920 Troy Twp. South
930 Troy Twp. Luckey Village
Totals
24 (22.86%)
19 (42.22%)
2 (20.00%)
4 (23.53%)
37 (38.14%)
30 (40.54%)
24 (21.62%)
17 (27.42%)
17 (31.48%)
47 (39.17%)
28 (37.84%)
58 (39.46%)
46 (27.54%)
75 (26.13%)
6 (31.58%)
72 (36.18%)
45 (42.86%)
34 (30.63%)
42 (28.38%)
12 (13.95%)
73 (50.00%)
42 (26.42%)
58 (28.57%)
31 (36.47%)
51 (30.91%)
14 (58.33%)
28 (57.14%)
17 (56.67%)
10
24
14
12
12
(55.56%)
(36.36%)
(50.00%)
(41.38%)
(52.17%)
20
12
48
13
20
39
23
Mack
(58.82%)
(75.00%)
(77.42%)
(46.43%)
(57.14%)
(73.58%)
(60.53%)
68 (64.76%)
17 (37.78%)
6 (60.00%)
10 (58.82%)
44 (45.36%)
35 (47.30%)
57 (51.35%)
23 (37.10%)
25 (46.30%)
13 (12.38%)
9 (20.00%)
2 (20.00%)
3 (17.65%)
16 (16.49%)
9 (12.16%)
30 (27.03%)
22 (35.48%)
12 (22.22%)
41 (34.17%)
26 (35.14%)
42 (28.57%)
70 (41.92%)
115 (40.07%)
6 (31.58%)
67 (33.67%)
25 (23.81%)
55 (49.55%)
46 (31.08%)
45 (52.33%)
50 (34.25%)
79 (49.69%)
78 (38.42%)
34 (40.00%)
46 (27.88%)
2 (11.11%)
29 (43.94%)
8 (28.57%)
8 (27.59%)
8 (34.78%)
6 (33.33%)
13 (19.70%)
6 (21.43%)
9 (31.03%)
3 (13.04%)
4 (16.67%)
2 (4.08%)
5 (16.67%)
13 (34.21%)
20 (52.63%)
5 (13.16%)
7 (13.73%)
42 (82.35%)
2 (3.92%)
10 (22.73%)
24 (54.55%)
10 (22.73%)
1,117 (32.26%) 1,310 (37.84%) 1,035 (29.90%)
Unofficial results from Wood Co. Board of Elections
STRIVE scholarship recipients, front row from left, are Jennifer Wilson, Stephanie Myers,
Taylor Lewandowski and Omar Muniz; middle row, Penta public safety instructor Thomas
Krisjanis, Superintendent and Rotarian Ron Matter, center director Jeff Kurtz, Rotary
President Steve Hopkins, Jerry Gladieux of the Penta office of student affairs, and Walt
Celley, Rotarian and STRIVE coordinator.
Rotary Club awards STRIVE
scholarships to Penta students
Four area high school students who attend Penta
Career Center were among
11 seniors to receive a
Perrysburg Rotary Club
STRIVE scholarship at the
organization’s May 3 meeting.
Jennifer
Wilson
of
Rossford Schools an early
childhood education student,
received the top scholarship
of $1,000.
The senior, who plans to
attend Owens Community
College and the University of
Toledo, expressed her appreciation to Rotarians. “I’d like
to thank Rotarians and my
Police staffing, federal grant discussed
Voters to decide pay raises for mayor, council
By Beth Church
Rossford
voters
in
November will decide
whether city council and the
mayor should receive pay
raises.
At a Monday evening
meeting, council approved
two ordinances that would
place two charter amendments on the November ballot.
If approved by voters, a
council member’s monthly
salary would increase from
$250 to $700 and for the
mayor, from $7,500 to
$18,000 annually.
Over the past several
months, council members
have vacillated on the issue.
At a January 14 meeting,
they voted 4-2 to approve a
monthly salary increase from
$250
to
$600
with
Councilmen Greg Marquette
and Robert Ruse voting no.
Councilman Chuck Duricek
was absent from the meeting.
However, at a January 28
meeting, they voted unanimously to reconsider the pay
raise ordinance and tabled it
for further debate.
The issue was studied by
the finance committee, who
believes the pay rate should
better reflect time commitments of council members
plus mileage and other
expenses.
The increase also is in line
with councils in area communities. Currently only Ottawa
Hills council has a lower
salary than Rossford.
Council members have
not received a raise since
1993.
Last month, Mayor Neil
MacKinnon III said he supported raises for council but
wanted to defer a raise for the
mayor.
At Monday’s meeting,
several council members
urged him to reconsider.
“This ordinance is not
about you, but that position,
that role of the mayor,”
Council President Larry
Oberdorf said.
The mayor had said he did
not feel deserving of a raise
only in office for 13 months.
The pay raise issue was
prompted by an upcoming
change in the state pension
system.
As of January 1, 2014, the
Ohio Public Employees
Retirement System (OPERS)
will require a minimum
salary of $600 per month to
qualify for a full month of
retirement credit.
However, council members currently make $250 per
month, and the council president earns $275, so they
would be eligible for only a
partial month’s credit.
Police Grant
For more than an hour,
council debated a suggestion
from Police Chief Glenn
Goss to apply for a federal
grant funding an additional
police officer.
Chief Goss would like to
apply for a COPS grant from
the U.S. Department of
Justice, which has a deadline
of May 22.
The grant would pay 75
percent of an officer’s salary
for three years, with a commitment by the city to pay the
full salary in the fourth year.
Departments with less
than 20 officers are eligible
to apply for funding for just
one officer, he explained.
Several council members
said they felt rushed by the
application process and want
the issue to be studied by the
public safety and finance
committees.
“There are a lot of details
in it I think council would
like to apprise themselves
of,” Council
President
Oberdorf said, adding that
the grant process should not
circumvent the committees.
Council member Caroline
Zuchowski Eckel is concerned that the grant obligates the city to pay for officers beyond what the budget
will allow in future years.
“I’m not sure this is the
proper way to hire,” she said.
“A committee should look at
the dollars and cents.”
The city estimates the cost
of one officer at $100,000,
which includes salary and
benefits. The starting hourly
salary for an officer is
$19.19.
Chief Goss said there are
two vacancies in the patrol
schedule, which are dramatically increasing overtime
costs.
“We’re down two officers
for the basic schedule,” Chief
Goss explained. “I can’t curb
the overtime if I have constant permanent vacancies to
fill.”
He also noted that the
majority of officers have
worked for the department
from 17 to 22 years and have
earned maximum benefits for
vacation and personal time.
Mayor MacKinnon said
he supports the grant application because of the immediate need for officers.
However, Councilman
Robert Ruse believes the
vacancies should be filled
before the time required for a
grant to be awarded.
If an additional position is
needed, which could be funded by the grant, he recommended that the public safety
and finance committees
study the issue.
The two committees will
hold back-to-back meetings
starting at 6 p.m., Monday,
May 20, followed by a special meeting of council at
7:30 p.m.
The meetings are held at
the municipal building, 133
Osborn Street, and are open
to the public.
Other Business
In other business, council:
•Heard from Fire Chief
Jim Verbosky that the department is seeking to again host
the
Northwest
Ohio
Volunteer
Firefighters
Association convention.
Owens Express men’s basketball coach Dave Clarke
looks on as Jay Marquette signs his letter of intent to play
at Lee University next year.
up as a freshman, captured the
Region XII District 11 championship as a sophomore and
advanced to the NJCAA
Division II Final Four as a
sophomore.
Marquette is a legacy in
the Owens basketball program. His father Greg also
played basketball for the college, and his grandfather
Leroy “Cot” Marquette
founded the program and
served as its first coach.
The Lee Flames currently
compete in the NAIA but are
in the process of moving to
the NCAA Division II. They
play in the Southern States
Athletic Conference. The
team finished 30-4 last year
and 16-2 in the conference,
advancing to the NAIA Sweet
16.
kindergarten (PK) to kindergarten renovated, Indian
Hills grades 1 to 5 new,
Downtown grades 6 to 12
renovated/new. (96 points)
•Indian Hills grades PK to
5 new, Downtown grades 6
to 12 renovated/new. (94
points)
•All renovated–Glenwood
grades PK to 6, Indian Hills
grades PK to 6, Eagle Point
grades PK to 6, Downtown
grades 7 to 12. (93 points)
•Eagle Point grades PK-2
new, Indian Hills grades 3-5
new, Downtown grades 6-12
renovated/new. (91 points)
•All new–grades PK to 12
campus at Glenwood. (78
points)
Details and costs for each
option are included with the
survey and also are available
on the school district Web
site
at
www.rossford
schools.org.
A public meeting to
explain the five options was
held last night, May 15, at the
high school.
Two additional community meetings are scheduled to
allow discussion and questions about the plans.
Those meetings will take
place at the Rossford Public
Library on Tuesday, May 21,
family for pushing me to
achieve.”
Stephanie Myers of
Swanton Schools was awarded one of three $500 scholarships. A public safety/EMT
fire science student at Penta,
she plans to continue in the
field after graduation.
She credited her instructor
Thomas Krisjanis for her
success in the program. “Mr.
Krisjanis inspired me and
kept me going,” she said,
adding, “I’d like to thank
everyone here and Penta for
the STRIVE program.”
Omar
Muniz
of
Northwood Schools and a
student in small animal care
also earned a $500 scholarship.
He said family influence
led to his decision to enter the
Penta program. He thanked
the Rotary Club for the
scholarship, which he will
use
when
he
enters
Stautzenberg College this
fall.
The third $500 scholarship went to Taylor
Lewandowski of Anthony
Wayne Schools.
A student in the hair
design program, Taylor said,
“My mom influenced me to
go to Penta.”
She expressed appreciation to Jerry Gladieux of the
Penta office of student
affairs, and her program
instructor Grace Phillips for
their support.
Also earning scholarships
at the $200 level were CJ
Grand,
computer-aided
design; Haley Fillmore, floral
design/greenhouse;
Brittany Hurley, floral
design/greenhouse production; Donny Whitner, construction carpentry; Timothy
Downs, construction remodeling; Roy Cortez, automotive collision repair, and
Evan Price, welding.
For each student who
chooses to attend Owens
Community College, the college will match the Rotary
scholarship award, explained
Walt Celley, club advisor for
the STRIVE program.
This is the 10th year the
Perrysburg Rotary Club has
supported Penta students
through STRIVE (Students
Taking a Renewed Interest in
the Value of Education).
The program encourages
students to focus on their
education
and
allows
Rotarians to serve as mentors.
Mr. Celley described this
year’s scholarship recipients
as “a great group of young
people. We’re very proud of
you and happy that we could
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Residents asked for opinions on future school
buildings through survey and public meetings
Rossford School District
residents will receive a survey in the mail this weekend,
asking for their input on a
plan for school buildings.
The facilities steering
committee has narrowed the
options to five, after months
of study and research.
Residents are requested to
rank those options in order of
their preferences on a return
postcard.
Postcards should be
mailed or returned to the
board of education office by
Friday, May 24.
The five options are:
•Eagle Point grades pre-
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5 (14.71%)
2 (12.50%)
6 (9.68%)
0 (0.00%)
5 (14.29%)
5 (9.43%)
6 (15.79%)
32 (26.67%)
20 (27.03%)
47 (31.97%)
51 (30.54%)
97 (33.80%)
7 (36.84%)
60 (30.15%)
35 (33.33%)
22 (19.82%)
60 (40.54%)
29 (33.72%)
23 (15.75%)
38 (23.90%)
67 (33.00%)
20 (23.53%)
68 (41.21%)
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and Thursday, May 23, from
6 to 7:30 p.m.
“Any questions you have
will be answered, and you
will be able to share any suggestions you may have to
improve an option,” said
John Appt, chairman of the
steering committee.
He urged all residents to
“make sure your voice is
heard by returning the survey
card.”
Based on public input, the
steering committee will
make a final recommendation on a plan for facilities at
a June 10 school board meeting.
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Supporters of the
Rossford Public Library
came together for a wine
tasting celebration April
27.
“We did make about
$1,000 through donations,” said
Marlene
Uhler, who serves on the
library foundation board.
“It was great showing off
the library and what an
asset it is to Rossford.”
The active Friends of
the Library group supports events such as
book sales and the ice
cream social for summer
readers, while the foundation supports future
large needs of the library,
she explained.
“Our director Jeannine
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The following individuals applied for marriage
licenses with the Wood
County Probate Court,
April 1 through April 30,
2013.
James W. Poling and
Sarah A. Reynolds, both of
Rossford.
Christopher T. Wauford
and Sherry M. Schultz, both
of Rossford.
Timothy M. Okapal and
Audrey J. Ruhm, both of
Rossford.
Robert S. Boris and
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Cody J. Maag and Christina L. Murray, both of Rossford.
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Dear Editor:
“Weddings Through the
Decades” on April 20 at the
Rossford United Methodist
Church was a beautiful presentation of old gowns modeled by lovely young ladies
that was enjoyed by many
attending the fashion show
and luncheon.
Judy Sikorski and her
many assistants created a
wonderful event. Also, Nrgie
salon demonstrated charming
hairstyles back through time.
Kudos to all for the walk
down memory lane.
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The following cases were
finalized in Perrysburg
Municipal Court April 15 to
19, 2013.
An additional $78 in
court costs was sentenced for
each case, unless otherwise
noted.
Kaitlyn S. Wellman, Indian Ridge Trail, speed, $55
fine.
Alan G. Schimming,
Rossway, seat belt, $30 fine,
$63 court costs.
Eric D. Fedio, Highland
Drive, expired plates, $45
fine.
Donald L. Findley, Dixie
Highway, expired plates, $45
fine.
John L. Peschel, Indian
Ridge Trail, turn at intersection, $55 fine.
Audra N. Radwanski,
Schreier Road, stop sign, $55
fine.
The following case was
finalized in Sylvania Municipal Court.
Heather M. Hilbelink,
Maple Street, operating a
vehicle under the influence,
$625 fine, $200 suspended,
$139 court costs, 33 days jail,
30 suspended, six month
license suspension.
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March 28: 100 block
Bergin Street, vehicle and
trailer parked in alley,
expired plates, cited Edward
Garcia, 32, Bergin Street,
Rossford, parking of trailers
and parking/storage of vehicles.
April 2: 200 block Hannum Avenue, found metal
boxes with papers.
April 6: I-75 southbound
near turnpike, arrested
Brandon W. Loach, 27,
Bloomfield Street, Toledo,
operating a vehicle under
the influence.
April 11: 1100 block
Buck Road, theft.
Olde U.S. 20, lost wallet
at business.
April 15: 1100 block
West Elmtree Road, theft.
April 16: 200 block
Eagle Point Road, unruly
juveniles.
April 17: 900 block
Glenwood Road, theft.
April 18: 100 block
Windsor, telecommunications harassment.
Glenwood and Superior,
domestic dispute.
April 19: 700 block
Glenwood Road, parking/
storage of vehicles, truck up
on jacks for several weeks.
600 block Bruns Drive,
trailer parked in driveway.
100 block Bacon Street,
motorhome parked in driveway, no license plates.
100 block Bacon Street,
arrested Earleen Durden,
64, Osborn Street, Rossford,
disorderly conduct, dog running at large, no dog
license.
10000 block Olde US 20,
criminal damage to vehicle.
800 block Lime City
Road, improperly handling
a firearm in a vehicle.
500 block Lime City
Road, domestic dispute.
28000 block Crossroads
Parkway, theft.
April 20: 200 block
Osborn Street, assault, disrupting a public service.
April 22: 500 block
Superior Street, arrested
Deanna J. Flores, 46, Superior Street, Rossford,
domestic violence.
April 23: 600 block
Superior Street, juvenile
assault.
April 24: 400 block
Glenwood Road, junk boat
in driveway with expired
registration.
Officer involved in car crash
A Rossford police officer
suffered minor injuries and
totaled a cruiser during a
one-car crash last weekend.
Officer Erik Thompson
was driving southbound on
Crossroads Parkway about
4 a.m., May 10, when his
vehicle went off the west
side of the road and struck a
utility pole, which was
lodged into the front of the
car.
“The vehicle is a total
loss,” Police Chief Glenn
Goss said.
The officer said he saw a
deer in the median.
He was transported to
the hospital by Rossford
EMS and returned to duty
this week, the chief said.
The crash is being investigated, and charges are
pending.
Officer Thompson was
hired by the police department in September.
Wood Co. police memorial
service May 21 at courthouse
The Wood County
Police Memorial Service
will be held at noon, Tuesday, May 21.
The public is invited to
this annual service held on
the front steps of the Wood
County Courthouse in
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Wood County will be honored. There have been 12
police officers who have
lost their lives in the line of
duty dating back to 1896.
Perrysburg Municipal
Judge S. Dwight Osterud
will be the guest speaker.
Special tribute will be
paid to Northwood Police
Chief Thomas Hall, who
died in the line of duty
December 31, 1981.
In case of rain, the service will be held in the
courthouse atrium.
This service is a combined effort of the Wood
County Fraternal Order of
Police, and all law enforcement agencies in Wood
County.
900 block Jennison, 100
block Walnut Street, junk
vehicles.
April 21: Unit block
Dixie Highway, arrested
Heather A. Espinoza, 39,
Fleet Road, Toledo, operating a vehicle under the
influence.
April 25: 10000 block
Bass Pro Boulevard, arrested Brandon M. Smarszcz,
30, Portage, theft, fifthdegree felony.
1200 block Schreier
Road, no contact order violation.
April 26: 800 block
Lime City Road, unauthorized use of vehicle.
Veterans Memorial Park,
found camera by baseball
field.
1200 block Grassy
Court, telecommunications
harassment.
1000 block Dixie Highway, suspicious person.
1200 block Schreier
Road, telecommunications
harassment.
800 block Glenwood
Road, telecommunications
harassment.
April 27: 100 block Oak
Street, arrested Angie L.
Police officer arrested
for domestic violence
Rossford Police Officer
Kevin Swanson has been
arrested for domestic violence.
Officer Swanson, 43, was
taken into custody after
police were called to his
Rossford home in the early
hours of Saturday, May 4.
Police Chief Glenn Goss
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As part of its 100th
anniversary, the department
would like to host the convention in 2015.
“It was a good event
back in 2007,” Chief Verbosky said.
He will ask council for a
resolution of support at an
upcoming meeting.
•Met Toby Ledesma, the
city’s new assistant recreation director.
Recreation Director Ivan
Kovacevic introduced the
new employee to council,
noting that he “stood out
during the interview
process.”
Mr. Ledesma has a bachelor’s degree and master’s
degree in sport management from Bowling Green
State University, and
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Rossford Record Journal. The deadline for
classifieds will be noon, Friday, May 24,
and article deadline is 10 a.m., Tuesday,
May 28, for the May 30 issue.
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•Heard from Councilman Duricek that the facilities/ parks/marina committee is recommending installation of throw rings at the
marina on the docks, walls
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Mr. Ciecka is researching the cost of the rings.
The committee also discussed the finish and color
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“The committee chose a
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finish to match other city
buildings,” Mr. Duricek
said. “The roof color will
be dark green.”
•Accepted a $7,315
grant from the Wood County Park District to purchase
playground equipment for
Beech Street Park.
•Approved a temporary
sign permit for a 30-day
sign “open for breakfast” at
Bulldog Diner, 159 Superior Street.
•Heard from Council
member Eckel that the
Rossford Beautification
Committee will meet at 6
p.m. tonight, May 16, at the
Edward Ford memorial to
clean up the area.
•Heard support for a
roundabout at Buck and
Lime City roads from resident Barbara Weir of
Grassy Court.
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He was charged with
domestic violence, a fifthdegree felony, and arraigned
May 6 in Perrysburg Municipal Court. The court
released him on his own
recognizance.
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500 block Dixie Highway, theft, credit card fraud.
100 block Oak Street,
suspicious person.
April 28: 100 block Elm
Street, extortion.
April 29: Warrant arrest,
failure to appear, Christopher M. Stewart, 26, Bergin
Street, Rossford.
800 block Lime City
Road, arrested Megan F.
Brywczynski, 20, West Fifth
Street, Perrysburg, possession of marijuana and drug
paraphernalia, and underage
consumption; Nicholas D.
Timmons, 20, Millbury,
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drugs, fifth-degree felony;
possession of marijuana and
drug paraphernalia.
9600 block Olde U.S. 20,
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April 30: 100 block
Hillsdale, found iPhone and
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May 1: Unit block Rossway, noise complaint.
700 block Superior
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Police department reminds residents about
storage of boats, RVs, trailers and junk vehicles
With the warmer
weather, a number of
boats, recreational vehicles and trailers are being
brought out for use.
The Rossford Police
Department is reminding
residents of the following
city ordinances on the
storage of boats and trailers, as well as “junk” vehicles.
Boats and travel trailers–One boat trailer and
one travel trailer may be
stored behind the required
front yard setback line if
each trailer has a current
license plate.
In the case of a corner
lot, the trailer(s) also shall
be located behind the
required side yard setback
line. A violation of this
offense is a minor misdemeanor. Each day the
vehicle plates remain on
the property constitutes a
separate offense.
Tr a i l e r – “ T r a i l e r ”
means every vehicle
designed or used for carrying persons or property
wholly on its own structure and for being drawn
by a motor vehicle, including any such vehicle when
formed by or operated as a
combination of a semitrailer and a vehicle of the
dolly type, such as that
commonly known as a
trailer dolly, a vehicle
used to transport agricultural produce or agricultural production materials
between a local place of
storage or supply and the
farm when drawn or towed
on a street or highway at a
speed greater than 25
miles per hour and a vehicle designed and used
exclusively to transport a
boat between a place of
storage and a marina, or in
and around a marina,
when drawn or towed on a
street or highway for a
distance of more than 10
miles or at a speed of
more than 25 miles per
hour.
Ve h i c l e – “ Ve h i c l e ”
means every device,
including a motorized
bicycle, in, upon or by
which any person or property may be transported or
drawn upon a street or
highway, except that
“vehicle” does not include that does not have current
any motorized wheelchair, license plates on any propelectric personal assistive erty other than in a commobility device, or any pletely enclosed building.
Police Procedure–
device, other than a bicycle, that is moved by Officers who observe the
violation and take a
human power.
Disabled Vehicle–The photo –whether the vehiparking of a disabled vehi- cle is disabled or has
cle within a residential or expired plates– then send
commercial district for a out a courtesy form letter
period of more than two to the owner/operator of
weeks shall be prohibited, the vehicle.
A time limit is given
unless such vehicle is
stored in an enclosed for compliance, generally
garage or other accessory at least 14 days.
After the time limit has
building.
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License plates–No per- charge. Each day the vehison shall park or store an cle is not in compliance,
automotive vehicle or the offense constitutes a
trailer of any kind or type separate offense.
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way.”
Since the club began the
STRIVE program, Perrysburg Rotarians have awarded
more than $55,000 in scholarships to 187 students.
This year, the Rotary
Club awarded $3,900 in
scholarships.
Each month during the
school year, Penta STRIVE
students meet to hear Perrysburg Rotarians speak about
their professions and offer
advice on achieving success
in the work world.
Mr. Celley said he is
grateful for the support of
Rotary Club members and
the Penta staff.
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Lawrence Buck III completes Brett Sayre on More than 1,000 turn out for Penta Ag Day, Relay for Life
president’s list
Marine Corps basic training
Brett Sayre, of Rossford,
U.S. Marine Corps Pvt. Lawrence Buck III recently graduated from Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island,
South Carolina, and earned the title of United States Marine.
Pvt. Buck is a 2012 graduate of Rossford High School.
He is the son of Jennifer and Lawrence Buck of Perrysburg.
was named to the president’s
list for the winter semester at
Davenport University.
The president’s list includes students who attain a
grade point average of 3.8 or
better while taking at least
nine credit hours.
Penta student Ryan Kiel, a senior from Rossford Schools,
participates in the 14 hp class tractor pull.
Boy Scouts earn merit badge at Duricek Automotive
Boy Scouts from Troop 62 earned their automotive maintenance merit badge with the
help of Mike Duricek from Duricek Automotive. They learned some important information about the maintenance of a car. Pictured, from left, are: Brandon Goldsmith, David
Schaffer, Austin Taylor, Denver Huntermark, Christian Goldsmith and Mike Duricek.
Historical Foundation hosting ‘Books and More’ sale
The Monclova Historical
Foundation will host a
“Books and More” sale May
16-18. A large selection of
books will be available, including mystery, romance,
25¢ Event &
Ladies Night Out
May 16, from 6:30-9
Tamaron Country Club
Alexis Road
Over 50 items to win!
Grab some friends & a few rolls of quarters.
Benefit for Maumee Valley Civitan
cookbooks, biographies, selfhelp, religious, classics and
more. A special area will feature children’s books.
There also will be DVDs,
CDs, puzzles and board
games for sale. Saturday will
be $1 a bag day.
Hours for the sale are
from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on
Thursday; from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. on Friday, and from 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday.
The event will be held at
the Monclova Community
Center, 8115 Monclova
Road. For more information,
call 419-861-1336.
More than 1,000 people
took advantage of the beautiful spring weather to attend
the Penta Career Center FFA
“Ag Day”and American Society Relay for Life on April
27.
Held on the Buck Road
campus, Ag Day featured a
spring flower sale by the floral design and greenhouse
production students; a tree
and shrub sale by landscape
and turfgrass management;
dog grooming by small animal care; horse care demonstrations, and a truck and
tractor show coordinated by
students in gas and diesel
engine systems.
Awards were presented to
the best trucks and tractors
•Cleanest
truck–2002
Ford F350 entered by Jody
Germann;
•Oldest truck and Best
Customization–1993 Chevy
entered by Trey Yarger;
•Antique tractors–best
restoration and oldest tractor, 1931 Allis, Garrett Germann;
•Home and garden equipment–oldest machine–1984
Poulan Pro, Garrett Ger-
mann;
•Cleanest machine–2011
John Deere Z930A, Penta
Career Center;
•Judges’ choice–Allis B
1932 tractor, Garrett Germann, and
• S u p e r i n t e n d e n t ’s
choice– 1993 Chevy Truck,
Trey Yarger.
In conjunction with Ag
day, an e-Waste Drive was
held by Recycle It USA.
Area residents brought in
end-of life computers, cell
phones, printers, copiers,
electronic equipment and
televisions for recycling.
The organization filled a
truck with old equipment.
As part of Ag Day, a garden tractor pull competition
and children’s tractor pull
were held in the student
parking lot at the rear of the
campus.
Winners of the children’s
tractor pull were: girls age 6
and under–first place, Avery
Rettig and second place,
Jayline Naugle; girls 7 to
10–first, Sydney Rettig and
second, Gretchen Germann;
boys 6 and under–first, Eli
Kazmaier and second Bron-
Eli Kazmaier, 6, of Rossford pedals his way toward the finish line in the children’s tractor pull competition.
sen Chapman; boys 7 to
10–first Easten Thomas and
second, Issac Wonderly.
In the garden tractor pull,
the winners were:
•8 HP (horsepower)
Class–first place, Quinton
Orosz (Oak Harbor High
School), and second place,
Trevor Fehlhaber (Oak Harbor), both seniors in the automotive
technology
program
•10 HP Class–first, Marshall Kohl (Rossford) and
second, Ryan Kiel (Rossford), both seniors in the gas
and diesel engine systems
program;
•12 HP Class–first, Marshall Kohl (Rossford) and
second, Ryan Kiel (Rossford), both seniors in the gas
and diesel engine systems
program, and
•Open Class, 14 to 27
HP–first, Nathan Buchman
and second, David Benee.
Food was offered by
Deet’s BBQ and Mason’s
Kettle Corn.
A portion of proceeds
from
dog
grooming,
tree/shrub sales and the
flower sale will benefit the
Penta Career Center FFA
Chapter Scholarship Fund.
Relay for Life
Students in the career
center’s DECA marketing
Registration
still open
for RCRC
day camp
Participating in the Relay for Life walk are Penta students Haley Krumel, left, of Perrysburg High School and
Elise Brown from Rossford Schools.
Rory Vida, 3, and siblings Molly, 3, and Luke, 7, are not
too chicken to visit with this friend who plucked them from
a crowd of curious onlookers.
The Rossford Recreation
summer day camp runs from
June 3 to August 9. The costs
are: $720, full summer for
members or $960 for nonmembers, $80 per week for
members or $120 for nonmembers, and $30 per day for
members or $45 for nonmembers.
Participants will go swimming on Tuesdays and Thursdays and enjoy field trips on
Fridays. There is an extra cost
for swimming and field trips.
Trips are planned to Chuck
E. Cheese, Fossil Park, Imagination Station, a Mud Hens
game, Rolling Hills Waterpark, Maumee Bay State Park,
Tam O’Shanter, Sauder’s Village and Monsoon Lagoon.
For more information, call
Alexa at 419-666-2905 or
send
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program sponsored the annual Relay for Life.
Dozens of Penta staff,
students and community
members walked the onemile stretch of road on the
east side of the campus to
celebrate the lives of people
who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost to
cancer and to fight back
against the disease.
The five-hour event featured crazy hat, mardi gras,
neon, toga wear and purple
power contests, and a
Harlem shake dance.
Students in the cosmetology program offered face
painting and services in the
salon, and culinary arts students served hotdogs, snacks
and beverages using a food
trailer donated by Matthews
Ford of Oregon. Proceeds
from the activities were donated to Relay for Life.
Funds also were raised in
the weeks leading up to the
relay through the sale of
“footprint” tags for $1
apiece, sponsorships and Tshirts.
Students raised more
than $6,000 for the American Cancer Society, said coordinator and marketing
education instructor Lisa
Bell.
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Owens faculty, students participating
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recent graduates who traveled State Community College in
to Chimbote, Peru, this week Harriman, Tennessee.
Group members are exto participate in the academic
institution’s Peru Study and pected to return to northwest
Ohio and Owens Community
Service Abroad Program.
Coordinated by the col- College on Friday, May 24.
In addition to the study
lege’s Office of International
Programs and Services and service learning abroad
through a partnership with initiative, Owens’ Office of
Community Colleges for In- International Programs and
ternational Development and Services provides educational
the organization’s Troika opportunities to international
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its surrounding neighbor- Arabia, among others.
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variety of cultural and custom-specific activities with
the local residents.
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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. Hot, nutritious
meals are available MondayFriday for home-bound seniors in Wood County who are
unable to prepare meals for
themselves.
Frozen meals are available
for the weekend. If eligible,
the cost is on a donation
basis. For more information,
call Social Services at 1-800367-4935. To register for
weekly activities, call the
Senior Center.
Monday, May 20
Noon menu–Sweet and
Sour Chicken or Pork Cutlet,
Oriental vegetables, fruit
cocktail, orange.
•9:30 a.m.–Body Recall
•12:30
p.m.–Program:
“America the Beautiful:
Wyoming.” Join us as we
continue our series with the
great state of Wyoming.
Tuesday, May 21
Noon menu–Stuffed Green
Pepper Soup or Ham and Potato Soup, pickled beets,
pineapple juice, apple cobbler.
•9 a.m.– Breakfast Bunch
at the Bulldog Diner on Dixie
Highway in Rossford. Start
the day right with a great
breakfast and good friends.
•12:45 p.m.–Poker with
Host Ed Tucholski. We’ve got
the chips, we’ve got the cards,
and you provide the luck and
talent. Put on your best poker
face and join the fun.
Wednesday, May 22
Noon
menu–Reuben
Casserole
or
Chicken
Nuggets, baked potato,
tomato zucchini salad, banana, mousse.
•9:30 a.m.–Body Recall
•10 a.m. to noon–Blood
pressure clinic.
•12:30
p.m.–Program:
“Avoid the Slip: Fall Prevention” with Shannyn Miller,
RN, NREMT-P of the Wood
County Committee on Aging.
Thursday, May 23
Noon menu–Chef Salad
with ham, cheese and egg or
Chicken Salad on lettuce, watermelon and grapes, banana
nut muffin.
•12:30
p.m.–Program:
“Arthritis and You” with Dr.
David Knieriem. Learn about
different types of arthritis,
how they differ, and tips for
dealing with the disease.
Friday, May 24
Noon menu–Cheese Ravioli or Cube Steak, peas,
peaches and cottage cheese,
citrus slaw, graham crackers.
•9:30 a.m.–Body Recall
Upcoming Events
•May 28, at noon–Rossford Senior Club.
•May 30, at 12:45
p.m.–Bingo with prizes sponsored by Perrysburg Commons.
577 Foundation class schedule for May
The 577 Foundation, located at 577 East Front Street,
Perrysburg, is offering the
following classes.
Pre-registration is required. For more information
or to make reservations, call
419-874-4174 or visit the
Web site at www.577
foundation.org.
Youth and Family
Programs
Sewing Handbag
for Little Hands
Students in grades 3 to 6
can explore basic hand
sewing techniques to create a
fun and functional handbag.
Fabric and materials will be
included. Leader Farah Wolfe
offers this class on Sunday,
May 19, from 2 to 3:30 p.m.
The fee is $10.
Recycled Bird Feeders
Students in kindergarten
through second grade, including homeschoolers, can make
a bird feeder out of milk jugs
and paint. Participants should
dress to be outdoors. Leader
Liz Bortz offers this class on
Wednesday, May 22, from
9:30 to 10:30 a.m. or from
12:30 to 1:30 p.m. The fee is
$5.
Sand Painting
Students in kindergarten
through grade 2, including
homeschoolers, can get ready
for summer by playing in the
sand. Participants will create
artwork with colored sand.
Dress to be outdoors. Leader
Liz Bortz offers this class on
Wednesday, May 29, from
9:30 to 10:30 a.m. or from
12:30 to 1:30 p.m. The fee is
$5.
Kris S. Kelley, D.D.S.
Michael J. Thebes, D.D.S.
Gentle Family Dentistry
13003 Roachton Road
Perrysburg, OH 43551
Phone: 419-874-7071
Also located at:
735 Haskins Road,
Bowling Green, OH
419-353-1412
Evening & Saturday appointments available.
NEW PATIENTS & EMERGENCIES WELCOME
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Phone: 419-874-7071
Also located at:
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Evening & Saturday appointments available.
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Partners in Fun
Designed for preschoolers, ages 3 and 4, with an
adult, participants will create
beautiful art projects.
•May 21–make windsocks
to fly around.
•May 28–the pirates are
back; come and look for
treasure.
The classes will be led on
Tuesdays, from 10 to 11 a.m.,
by Carol Jambard-Sweet. The
cost is $5 per child. Space is
limited to 14 per class.
Adult Programs
Saturday Pottery
This class will provide intermediate and advanced students specific pottery skill
instructions, individual attention and feature special
demonstrations. Students can
work independently. Pre-requisite: individuals must have
taken the six-week Adult Pottery class. “Birdhouse/
Feeder” is the theme for the
program on May 18. Classes
are led by Julie Beutler and
Nadia Packard. Sessions are
offered from 9 a.m. to noon
or from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. The
fee is $15.
Stamped Cards
and Paper Crafts
Complete projects with a
summer flair–bright colors,
butterflies, flowers, fabric
embellishments, sparkle and
shine. Cards include one that
can be adapted for an invitation or celebration, wedding,
birthdays and all occasions.
Make a treat box for a summer celebration complete
with treats. Projects include a
variety of techniques including dry and heat embossing,
use of die cuts and embellishments. The class is designed
for all skill levels. Leader
Chris Shively offers this class
on Monday, May 20, from
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The fee is
$20.
Flower Fusion
Play with fusible webbing
techniques to create a fabric
flower panel from a simple
photograph. Use tracing techniques to recreate the image
using fabric. Image, variety
of fabrics and fusible web are
provided. Leader Farah Wolfe
offers this class on Wednesday, May 22, from 7 to 8:30
p.m. The fee is $10.
Knitting–Fairisle
Learn to knit fairisle (alternating two colors). Start
with a small easy gadget
cozy, wrap your ipod in
something really cute, or
stash some knitting notions in
it. Participants must know the
basics of knitting; how to cast
on, knit, purl and bind off.
Bring two colors of DK
weight yarn, 50 yards each,
and a US 5 needle. This is a
good project for new knitters.
Leader Ann Elick offers this
class on Tuesday, May 28,
from 6 to 8 p.m. The fee is
$15.
•BEATRICE
BORCHERT
Beatrice “Bea” Borchert,
80, died May 3, 2013, in
Bradenton, Florida, while
preparing to come back to her
cottage in Hillsdale, Michigan, for the summer.
She was born on December 27, 1932, to Eli and Jeannette Stemen. She was a 1950
graduate of Olney High
School in Northwood, Ohio.
She
married
Wendell
Borchert on December 26,
1970. She had worked for
Jobst Institute, retiring 25
years ago.
She enjoyed dancing,
painting watercolors, traveling, boating, fishing, gardening, reading, watching
Detroit Tigers baseball and
playing Words with Friends
on her new iPad.
She is survived by her
children, JanNell (Mike) Patronik of Rossford, Robin
(John) Shrader of Sylvania,
Karen (Bill) Dean of
Louisville,
Kentucky,
William (Lisa) Borchert of
Toledo and Shelly (Tom)
Scheanwald of Curtice, Ohio;
grandchildren, Abby (Rob)
Dean-Hicks, Molly (Brandon) Wallace, Eric Patronik,
DeAnn Patronik, Ross
Gerken, Darcy Gerken, Lauren Scheanwald, Leslie
Scheanwald, Alan Scheanwald, Matthew Borchert,
Ryan Shrader, Cole Shrader
and Lauren Shrader; greatgrandchildren, Lydia and
Jude Wallace and Madelyn
Zalewski and her ex-husband, Richard Hero.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Wendell
Borchert, in 2008.
Family and friends may
gather at the Sujkowski Funeral Home of Rossford, 830
Lime City Road, on Friday,
May 24, from 5 to 7 p.m.,
where a memorial service
celebrating her life will follow at 7 p.m.
Memorial contributions
may be made to Tidewell
Hospice of Bradenton,
Florida, or to an organization
of the donor’s choice.
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IN THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE
ALL SAINTS CATHOLIC
CHURCH
628 Lime City Road
Rossford, Ohio 43460
419-666-1393
www.allsaintsrossford.org
Masses: Saturday at 4:30 p.m.
Sunday at 8:30 and 11:00 a.m.
ALL SAINTS
CATHOLIC SCHOOL
(Preschool through Grade 8)
Where we study the world,
teach the heart,
and live the gospel.
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Dinner will be held at 5:15
p.m. for students, and the
program ends each day at
8:15 p.m.
There is no cost to attend. For registration forms
or more information, call
Kim at 419-266-9091 or
Patsy at 419-261-3601.
‘The Battle of Fallen Timbers’
topic of lecture at Fort Meigs
John Winkler, historian
and author, will present “The
Battle of Fallen Timbers” on
Thursday, May 16, at 7:30
p.m., at the Fort Meigs visitor center in Perrysburg. The
presentation is free and open
to the public. Doors open at 7
p.m.
The lecture is part of the
Fort’s Sixty Years War for the
Great Lakes Series.
Following the defeat at
Wabash in 1792, the Washington administration created
a new U.S. Army to replace
the one that had been destroyed. The man chosen to
lead it was the famous MajorGeneral “Mad” Anthony
Wayne.
Having trained his new
force, Wayne set out in 1793
to subdue the Ohio Indians.
He faced many of the same
problems as St. Clair, including the logistical and intelligence
problems
of
campaigning in the wilderness, not to mention the formidable Ohio Indians.
Wayne faced additional
problems including the likelihood that he would have to
fight both British and Spanish forces, not to mention an
American army led by the
celebrated
commander
George Roger Clark. He also
faced an insurrection in western Pennsylvania, “Whiskey
Rebellion,” and a conspiracy
led by many of his officers
and contractors.
Despite all these difficulties, Wayne managed to defeat the Ohio Indians at the
battle of Fallen Timbers. This
was a decisive defeat that led
directly to the Treaty of
Greeneville the following
year, which ended 20 years of
conflict between the Americans and the Ohio Indians.
Mr. Winkler has written
many works on the history of
Roman, English and American law. He also explores forgotten historical sites in Ohio
and neighboring states. He
has had a varied career–from
operating a shoe store to
teaching law. Among his
talks, he has given lectures on
medieval history at Oxford
and been quoted by the U. S.
Supreme Court.
He lives in Columbus,
Ohio, with his wife of more
than 40 years. They have
three children and six grandchildren.
The program is sponsored
by the Anderton Bentley
Fund in memory of Christopher Perky, who served at
Fort Meigs during the War of
1812.
For more information,
visit the Web site at
www.fortmeigs.org or call 1800-283-8916.
Sunday Services:
Holy Eucharist, 8 A.M.
Holy Family Eucharist, 10 A.M.
Sunday School 10 A.M.
871 East Boundary
Perrysburg, Ohio 43551
419-874-5704
www.saint-timothy.net
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”
Rossford UM Church to offer
Vacation Bible School June 24-27
Rossford United Methodist Church will offer a Vacation Bible School for
preschoolers age 4 through
students in sixth grade, June
24-27.
The theme for the week
is “Face Your Fears at
Colossal Coaster World.”
ROSSFORD UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
270 Dixie Highway
Rossford, Ohio 43460
Phone 419-666-5323
Pastor: Rev. Robert Ball
SUNDAY
9:00 a.m. Sunday School
10:30 a.m. Worship Service
Nursery Available
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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
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.
www.blessedjohn.org
Free genealogy workshop at Hayes Center May 18
The Hayes Presidential
Center is offering a class
specifically designed to help
those interested in finding
their Ohio ancestors. Head
Librarian Becky Hill is instructor for Searching Your
Ohio Roots. The class takes
place from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
on Saturday, May 18, in the
Hayes Research Library and
is sponsored by RootsMagic
Inc.
Searching Your Ohio
RHS seniors’
baccalaureate
service May 19
Roots zeroes in on resources
that are available for tracking
down family members who
lived in Ohio. These resources include vital records,
land records, and printed and
online materials. The class
also examines migration patterns to the state. Attendees
will be given a tour of the
Hayes Research Library to
help them become familiar
with the library’s numerous
resources and how to use the
free public-access computers.
The Hayes Research Library houses one of the area’s
most comprehensive collec-
tions of genealogy resource
materials. Knowledgeable
staff always is on hand to
help with questions and advice.
The cost is $10, adults,
and $5, students through high
school. Pre-registration is required. Call 419-332-2081 or
send an e-mail to [email protected] to register.
The Rutherford B. Hayes
Presidential Center is located
at the corner of Hayes and
Buckland avenues, Fremont,
Ohio. The facility is affiliated
with the Ohio Historical Society.
Two things to keep in mind
when looking for carpet.
The sixth annual baccalaureate service honoring the
graduating seniors of Rossford High School will be held
Sunday, May 19, at 7 p.m., at
Rossford United Methodist
Church, 270 Dixie Highway.
The community is invited
to share in the celebration to
recognize, congratulate and
bless the graduating students.
Refreshments will be served
in the Family Life Center
after the service.
The program is sponsored
by All Saints Catholic
Church, Lutheran Church of
the Master and Rossford
United Methodist Church.
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registrations due by Friday
St. Rose Catholic Church
has begun registration for Vacation Bible School.
The program will be
Monday to Friday, June 17 to
21, from 8:45 to 11:30 a.m.
The theme is Summertime
Blast, where children look at
the virtue of initiative and
sharing the love of Jesus with
others.
Children ages 4 to fourth
grade in fall 2013 can be registered at the St. Rose Web site
www.saintroseon line.org.
Registration fees are $15
for the first child and $10 for
each additional child. The
fee includes a VBS T-shirt for
each child, snack each day,
and a music CD for each
family.
Adult volunteers are
needed as well and may sign
up at the parish Web site.
Registrations will be accepted through Friday, May
17.
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BUSINESS SERVICES
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.
FREE PICK-UP for metal
and appliances. Moving in/out,
clean-up and hauling, houses,
attics, basements, buildings,
yards, garages, rental properties, etc. Special help for elderly,
handicapped,
vets.
419-215-4194.
THE CLASSIFIEDS
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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
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Power Products
Plumbing & Heating
MASTER ELECTRICIANS
Lic. # 22360
RESIDENTIAL Ƈ COMMERCIAL Ƈ INDUSTRIAL
LICENSED Ƈ BONDED Ƈ INSURED
Mark A. Laing
SINCE 1987
25 Years Experience
Pickup & Delivery Available
(419) 833-1670 www.eckelsmallengine.com
Mackiewicz Siding,
Windows and Roofing, LLC
Since 1991
50% off our best Windows, 50% off our best Siding
50% off all Roofing labor
419-392-1335
[email protected]
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•Sidewalks •Steps
•Driveways •Pools
•Porches •Garages Call for FREE Estimates
•Patios & More
419-779-0899 or 419-836-7019
Call Frank Roberts • Family Owned and Operated
24695 Williston Rd., Millbury, OH
Perrysburg • 419-872-2712
Installation • Sales • Service • Insured • Bonded
Green Acre
Tree Services, LLC
Scott Spangler
PHONE # 419-833-5296
FAX # 419-833-1099
FREE ESTIMATES AND FULLY INSURED
BUCKET TRUCK & CLIMBER ON STAFF
License #123351
419-285-9009
Jerry Welker
2306 Cedarwood Drive, Maumee OH 43537
[email protected]
Toledomosquitoterminators.com
SZYMANSKI
METZGER PAINTING
& Wallpapering
EXTERIOR PAINTING
Senior Discount
HOME PAINTING
46 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Specializing in: Aluminum,
Refinishing, Wood, Brick
& Stucco
Call
419-666-5369
419-509-5284
Got Weeds?
Sue’s Etcetera!
LAWN • LANDSCAPE • IRRIGATION • TREE REMOVAL • SNOW REMOVAL
(419)874-6779
24112 Lime City Rd. Perrysburg, OH
www.envirocarelawn.com
SPRING CLEANUP NOW UNDERWAY
Early Spring clean-up of your lawn, flower beds, garden, etc.
We can haul and install fresh mulch. We will help you get your
outdoor areas ready for spring and summer.
LAWN MAINTENANCE
Have your lawn maintained weekly with rates that you can afford!
EN
GARD
G
TILLIN
419-872-LAWN (5296)
www.acutabovelawn-snow.com
Lawn Rolling
900 Pound Roller
Get on List Early
Reasonable
419-874-7763
Serving NW Ohio and SE Michigan
for over 10 years.
Fully Insured
Two Men
and a Brush
419-868-3551
[email protected]
Jos. Duris Exteriors
• Vinyl & Aluminum Siding
• Custom Trim & Overhang
• Siding Replacement & Repair
“Taking pride in my work –
Respecting your investment.”
R & H Painting
& Power Washing
Specializing in
Aluminum & Vinyl Siding
Interior & Exterior
25 Years Experience
419-726-4872
Aerating
Reasonable
419-874-7763
Tom’s
PEST
CONTROL
in Holland
(419) 868-8700
Ants, Termites,
Bedbugs, Bees/Wasps
100% Guaranteed!
www.citytermiteandpest.com
419-666-9141
SPS Lawns: Mowing, Mulching, Spring & Fall Clean-up
Bush Trimming & Snow Removal. 419-704-1597
419-874-8119
Small Jobs Are Our Specialty
Patch Drywall and Plaster
All Textures Perfectly Matched
All Work Guaranteed
www.yourdrywall.com
BRICK REPAIR, O’Shannons. Specializing in solving
masonry problems. Chimneys,
porches, foundations, tuckpointing, cement work. Fully
licensed and insured. License
number
BTR05128HRC.
419-270-3782.
LANDSCAPING,
YARD
clean-up, bushes and shrubs
trimmed or removed, mulching, edging. Call Don,
419-708-3855.
References
available.
HANDYMAN.
EXPERIENCED, references, reasonable. No job too small. Dave
419-823-8033.
HURLEY’S INTERIOR/exterior painting. Reasonable
prices. 20 years experience.
Free
estimates.
Call
419-882-6753.
BDRY BASEMENT Waterproofing. Life of structure
warranty. 419-891-0856. 419787-6020. www.bdrynwohio
.com
CARPET, VINYL, laminate,
ceramic tile. Certified and insured. Installation. Free estimates and affordable prices.
419-269-1838.
INTERIOR
PAINTING,
neat, experienced. References.
Free
estimates.
Donna,
419-476-1173, 419-250-4504.
BASEMENT
WATERPROOFING, wall repair.
Reasonable rates. 30 years experience. Many Perrysburg references. Licensed and insured.
Call anytime, 419-874-2802.
PIANO TUNING, repairs,
sales. 419-754-7530, 419-3506281. www.beeleypiano.com.
UPHOLSTERY, YOUR fabric or mine. Reasonable.
419-874-5747.
CONCRETE WORK. Driveways, patios, sidewalks. Cement mason since 1985.
Call Paul 419-327-0883.
PAINTING AND Wallpapering. Professional, quality work.
Removal, wall repair. Brian,
419-297-9686.
BOWES MAINTENANCE.
Complete lawn and home care,
gutter cleaning, power washing
decks and more. Call for free
estimates, 419-206-9783.
LAWN MOWING, reasonable rates, quality service. Free
estimates. Poolman Lawn &
Landscape LLC. 419-874-8744.
DON’S DRYWALL and
plaster repair. Resurfacing,
texturing. Free estimates,
seven days. 419-476-0145.
Insured
CLEAN-UPS. GRASS mowing, gutters, dirt, mulch, bush
trimming, light hauling, window cleaning. Please call Jeff
at 419-297-1241 for free estimate.
BLIND CLEANING and repair. Mini blinds, wood blinds,
fabric shades, vertical blinds.
Pick up, deliver, take down,
re-hang, next day turn around.
Perrysburg Clean Blinds Plus.
419-874-9199.
WHEELCHAIR RAMPS,
stair lifts, walk-in bathtubs and
showers. Wagner Builders,
419-409-3009.
AERATING, GET on list.
Reasonable. 419-874-7763.
LAWN MOWING, Spring
clean up, experienced, reasonable,
estimates.
Justin
419-309-2002.
SCHALLER TRUCKING.
Delivering stone, sand and topsoil for life’s little projects.
419-666-7642, 419-392-7642.
Tree Trimming, Stump and Tree Removal
Firewood: Indoor & Outdoor Burner & Campfire Wood
Call Today: 419-874-0484 Fully Insured
PLACE YOUR classified ad in the American Legion Press.
Reach veterans across
the area each month
for as low as $5.50.
Call 419-874-4491 to
place your ad.
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
419-727-8734
www.suesetc.com
Ron • 419-250-4408
CALL NOW TO BEAT THE RUSH!
419-874-2251
Your Personal Gardening Service.
Specializing in the Detailed
Maintenance of your Landscape and Garden Beds.
‘Tis the season to enhance
the beauty of your home
with a fresh coat of paint!
Quality Work
30 Yrs. Experience
Excellent References
Reasonable Prices
Make us your go-to guys
for your painting
and remodeling needs!
• TREE TRIMMING & REMOVAL
• MULCH & TOPSOIL
• LAWN & TREE CARE
• LANDSCAPE PROJECTS
• SPRING CLEAN UPS
• LAWN RENOVATIONS
TRAINED CERTIFIED PROFESSIONALS ON STAFF
•Powerwashing •Decks
•Plaster/Drywall Repair
A-1 GUTTER CLEANING.
Debris taken away; tower removal. Insured. 419-865-1941.
COLLEGE STUDENT looking for yard jobs. Grass cutting, mulching, landscaping,
hedges and lawn clean-ups.
Experienced, dependable, reasonable. Call Jamie at JD
Landscaping, 419-704-4763.
SEAL AND repair asphalt
driveways and parking lots.
Hot rubber crack filler. Reasonable rates. Free estimates.
Call Sam 419-478-1144.
AERATION, SPRING lawn
aeration. Let your lawn
thrive. Call Tyler at Poolman
Lawn & Landscape LLC for
your free estimate. 419-8748744.
MICHAEL’S
EXCAVATING. Sand, stone, topsoil, excavating. Free estimates. Insured. 419-344-1872.
STEVE’S DRYWALL, spray
ceilings, texture walls, all
patchwork.
Call
Steve,
419-873-8025.
LAWNS MOWED. One hard
working and experienced high
school student with a push
mower. Trimming, brush
clean-up, etc. Please call or
text Tim at 567-277-1831.
LAWN MOWING, spring
clean up, senior and military
discounts. Licensed, Insured.
Budget pricing. Call Tom
419-343-4624.
LAWN MOWING. Reliable
and experienced. 419-9730043 or 419-872-1687.
LAWN ROLLING, 900
pound roller. Get on list early.
Reasonable. 419-874-7763.
ELECTRIC REPAIR, R.C.I.,
fuse box, breaker panels,
upgrades, appliances, plugs,
etc. Licensed and insured.
Call today 419-349-4038.
FOR SALE
AMISH OAK furniture entertainment center, holds 42” TV,
$450. Sofa table, $60.
419-872-6020, 5-8 p.m.
CHARBROIL GAS infrared
patio grill. $95. 419-343-0344.
FIREWOOD, SEASONED,
4’ high x 8’ long stack, $80.
419-409-0252 or 419-4090250.
HIGHLAND MEMORIAL
Gardens, Waterville, two beautiful cemetery plots. Can be
transferred to your choice of
location at HMG, if desired.
Value, $2,300. Must sell.
$1,500 OBO. 419-874-0292,
leave message.
KITCHEN APPLIANCES.
Whirlpool refrigerator, $550.
Frigidaire dishwasher, $250.
GE microwave, $150. Frigidaire cooktop and wall oven,
$550. All 5 years old and all
are black. See Craigslist posting dated 4/22 for photos.
419-902-1219.
OUTDOOR PLAYSET includes 2 swings, ball swing
with bar, 2 person glider, fort
with roof and sandbox below,
wavy slide, rope/ramp climb
and steps to fort, cargo net and
firepole from fort. Buyer responsible for disassembling
and removing. Good condition,
could use a coat of paint. Photos available upon request.
$650 cash only. 419-873-1999.
STORAGE SHED 4’x4’, gable roof, wood, nice. $50.
419-874-1437.
WHITE KITCHEN cabinets,
$3,500. See Craigslist posting
dated 4/22 for photos.
419-902-1219.
WOOD LATHE, mini 10-14,
new, $350. Wood lathe tools,
new, $100. Wood lathe pen
tools, new, $100. Wood lathe
wood, $60. Air compressor, 8
gallon,
110V,
$145.
419-872-6020, 5-8 p.m.
WANTED TO BUY
BUYING OLD guitars, amps,
antiques and unusual. Will
help clean attic and basement.
419-874-9119.
A MECHANIC buys vehicles; looks, pays accordingly,
anything
with
wheels.
419-870-0163.
EXPERIENCED CARPENTER specializing in finish
work, custom furniture, quality
woodworking, home repairs.
Jeff Hoile, 419-265-2999 or
419-874-1819.
WANTED GUNS, any age,
any condition. Also WWII
and earlier military items. Indian
artifacts.
Rob,
419-340-5808, 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
EDGING, FLOWERBEDS,
sidewalks, walks. Call Don,
419-708-3855.
LOOKING FOR great things
to buy or consign. Collections
or estates. Jones & Jones
LTD Antiques. 114 W. Indiana. 419-874-2867.
ELECTRICIAN, 30 years experience. Residential and commercial. 419-704-7201.
LAWN MOWING. Residential lawns. Reliable service,
quality work. Reasonable
prices. Call Don, 419-7083855.
MULCH, STONE, topsoil
delivery. Competitive rates,
fast service. Poolman Lawn &
Landscape LLC. 419-8748744.
STUMP, TREE and shrub
removal. Free estimates.
Poolman Lawn & Landscape
LLC. 419-874-8744.
INTERIOR
PAINTING,
deck staining, free estimates.
419-705-9646.
BUYING MOST items from
garages. Vehicles, motorcycles, tools, mowers, etc.
419-870-0163.
CASH FOR large vintage
comic book collections. Star
Wars, GI Joe, Ninja Turtles,
He-Man, Die Cast. Call,
419-509-8234.
$300 and up for All
Junk and repairable
cars/trucks.
Guaranteed.
Lowest Prices on Auto Parts
Free Towing • 7 Days a Week
4848 N. detroit Avenue
Homer’s Auto Parts
near Laskey
419-478-5052
MOVING?
Advertise
your home
in the
classifieds
419-874-2528
EARLY DEADLINE
Due to Memorial Day, there will be an
early deadline for the May 30 issue of the
Rossford Record Journal. The deadline for
classifieds will be noon, Friday, May 24, and
article deadline is 10 a.m., Tuesday, May
28, for the May 30 issue.
GARAGE SALES
Shawnee Junction
& Shawnee Trace
Homeowner’s Association
Garage Sale
Many Homes Participating!
Subdivisions located in the Carronade
& Eckel Junction Road Area
Saturday, May 18 • 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Three Meadows
Community Garage Sale
is scheduled for Sat., May 18
8-4. Residents should
contact the office should
they wish to participate.
419-874-7644
1021
LOBER
Drive,
Friday-Saturday, May 17-18,
9-5. Lots of miscellaneous,
luggage, humidifier, glassware, knee braces, crutches,
Invacare commode, paper
shredder, box of old vacuum
tubes, Argus C-3 camera complete, wall clocks, other antiques and collectibles.
1026 PINE Street, Thursday-Saturday, 9-4. Multi family yard sale. Everything
from A to Z. Clothing, Wilton bake ware, holiday, odds
and ends. Sale pending
weather.
104 SILVER Maple. Saturday, 9-5, Sunday, 12-4. Household items, camping and boating items, electronics, something for everybody.
10574 DOWLING Road, Friday, 8-6, Saturday-Sunday,
9-4. Huge garage/barn sale.
Multi-family. Many new
items. Tools, arts/crafts, school
supplies, household items, etc.
Famous sale around the corner
on Dunbridge.
132 FOXHILL Lane, May
18, 8-3. Sponsored by PEO
Chapter I. Treasures, crafts,
books and more.
136 WEST 7th Street, Friday-Saturday, 10-3. Freezer,
refrigerator, stand alone ice
maker, mini refrigerator,
Holiday decorations, tools,
electronic items, dining table
and chairs, various household
items.
1551
WOODSTREAM,
Thursday and Saturday, 9-4.
Boys and girls name brand
clothes to size 7, toys,
household items, much more.
1583 WATERMILL Lane,
Friday and Saturday, 8:00
a.m. Furniture, bike racks,
painting canvasses, decorations. Girls treasures galore.
Housewares and tools.
195 NORTH Ridge Drive,
Thursday, 9-4. Found more
jewelry, fabric, home decor,
etc. 419-872-9529.
220 EAST Second Street,
Thursday-Saturday, 9-6. Huge
multi-family backyard sale.
Singer sewing-machine, furniture, miscellaneous.
23030 DUNBRIDGE Road,
Friday-Sunday, 8-4. Famous
sale, estate sale. Household,
old coffee pots, pictures,
crockery, knobs, jewelry,
jars, zinc lids, infant-adult
clothing. Everything to set
up a new household. Another
huge sale on Dowling Road
around corner.
240 EAST Front Street, Friday-Saturday, May 17-18, 9-3.
Clothes, household items,
much more.
26297 EMERALD Lakes
Drive, May 17-18, 9-4.
Lawn, garden, lamps, kids
DVD’s, chairs, knick knacks,
Christmas items, etc.
378, 390 Arrowhead Drive, off
Carronade. Thursday-Saturday, 9-4. Tools, glassware, furniture, toys, clothes, much
more.
450 ARROWHEAD Drive,
Thursday-Saturday, 8-4. Ladies and girls clothing, lots of
kids toys, Build-A-Bears and
outfits, Webkinz, two “like
new” netbook laptop computers and cases, various holiday
decorations, Christmas tree,
bean bag chairs, cappuccino
maker, James Patterson and
many other books, primary
colored ceiling fan, brand new
storm/screen door.
856 BRIDGETON Lane,
Friday, May 17, 9-3. Assorted
household
items,
glassware, numerous Holiday
items, kid items, sewing machine.
922 WALNUT, ThursdaySaturday, 9-2. Air conditioners,
furniture, boys toys and clothing
(infant to toddler), pink
depression and milk glass, a lot
of miscellaneous.
551
MALLARD,
May
16-18, 9-6. From A to Z, you
name it we got it.
555 HUNTERS Run, Saturday-Sunday, 9-2. Teacher materials, kids toys, antique bed.
559 EAST 6th Street, Thursday-Friday, 8-4. Clean useful
household goods, decor, collectibles, some vintage, no
pre-sales.
611 MARILYN, Rossford,
May17-18, 9-4. Kitchen,
household, clothes, lots of
new items, much more.
627 LOUISIANA Avenue,
Thursday-Saturday,
May
16-18, 8-4. Too much stuff.
Like new stereo, surround
sound, VHS/DVD, media
shelf, some furniture, oak
grandmothers clock, good
clean stuff. Most items 1/2
price Saturday.
651 BRIDGEVIEW, Friday
9-1, Saturday 8-12. Lots of
good stuff.
710 OAK Knoll, Saturday,
May 18, 9-2. Furniture, foosball table, games. Cleaning
house.
866 WALNUT, Friday-Saturday, 9-?. Dining room table
with 6 chairs, Ping-Pong table,
kids weights/bench, women’s
clothes.
910 SANDALWOOD West
in Three Meadows Subdivision. Thursday and Friday,
May 16-17, 9-4. Saturday,
May 18, 8-4.
935 BEXLEY Drive, Saturday, 8-4. Tons of name brand
baby boy clothes and shoes,
NB-24
months.
Toys,
stroller, pack and play and
much more.
ALL GARAGE SALE ADVERTISING MUST BE
PREPAID,
BY
CASH,
CHECK OR CREDIT CARD
BY MONDAY NOON ON
WEEK OF PUBLICATION
OR THE AD WILL NOT
RUN. CALL 419-874-4491
TO PLACE YOUR AD AND
PAY VIA CREDIT CARD.
RIVERCREST 1ST annual
community garage sale. May
17-18, 9-4. 1526 Rivercrest
Boulevard, 1533 Riverview
Court, 1513 and 1551 Woodstream and many others. Gymboree, toys, Longaberger, furniture, curtains, golf, household and more.
SUPER SATURDAY garage
sale, Woodland Mall (use
front entrance), 1234 North
Main Street, May 25 , 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Free admission.
100 vendors with antiques,
coins,
glassware,
sports
cards. Spaces from $20.
419-354-4447.
MOVING/ESTATE
CLOSING HOME SALE
28683 E. River Road, Perrysburg
Friday, May 17, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday, May 18, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
A very eclectic sale: antique, vintage & children’s furniture, patio furnishings, piano, general household,
books, glass & china collectibles, jewelry, vintage clothing, dolls, paintings by Wiegand & Abramofsky, Leica
camera, garage & yard items, boat & motor, butcher
block, generator, tools & much more. Detailed list in
Thursday’s Blade.
McILWAIN ANTIQUES
MOVING SALE
128 Vineyard Dr., Rossford
Saturday, May 18 • 9-4
Household, appliances, yard
items, holiday, children’s &
adults’ clothing, furniture,
books.
10311 MANDELL Road,
West off Simmons. May
16-18,
Thursday-Saturday,
8:30-5. Lots of furniture:
house, sunroom, porch, yard,
like new twin beds. Glassware, bedding, you name it.
The next weekend we’ll have
workshop and yard tools.
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.
SITUATIONS WANTED
EXPERIENCED
SEAMSTRESS. Over 30 years experience. Dressmaking, wedding
gowns, bridesmaids, alterations and veil design.
419-874-5390.
LAUNDRY AND ironing
service. Wash, fold, iron at my
home. 419-931-4572.
CLASSES OFFERED
CHILDREN’S ART lessons, Monday 6:45-8:15, my
Perrysburg home. For more
information call Kelli at
419-872-3711.
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: 419290-OILS [6457], Email:
[email protected]
CRAFT SHOWS
BOWLING GREEN Fairgrounds (Poe Road), May
18-19, 8-4. Huge two buildings Flea Market and Spring
Show. New vendors and featuring Fancy Cat Gallery, the
local leading wholesaler in
designer European beads with
real gemstones, Swarovski
Crystal, .925 silver, latest
Spring/Summer hot designs
fits all designer bracelets of
Pandora, Brighton and more.
All beads wholesale priced at
$2 each. Free silver bracelets
with purchase of ten beads.
Jewelry store buyouts, Hello
Kitty Rhinestone accessories, handmade rugs, collectibles, vintage linens, tools,
trunks, antiques, cards, dozens of miscellaneous booths.
Delicious
breakfast
and
lunch. Don’t miss this one.
USED CARS
LOOKING FOR cars/trucks.
Call before selling or trading.
419-297-9709.
1990 CLASSIC Mercury
Sable, LS. Prime condition, 4
door, V6, loaded, low miles,
58,700, single owner, accident free. Asking $4,999.
Call 419-874-2181.
BOATS
2000 12 ft. Pelican, Jon
boat. 1953 Evinrude motor,
rebuilt. Great little motor.
$1,500. 419-377-1980.
* * * NOTICE * * *
Investigate before you invest.
Call the Ohio Division of Securities BEFORE purchasing an investment. Call the Division’s
Investor Protection Hotline at
800-788-1194 to learn if the investment is properly registered
and if the seller is properly licensed. Please be advised that
many work at home advertisements do not yield what is promised. It is best to investigate the
company before applying for any
work at home position.
(This notice is a public service of
the Welch Publishing Co.)
ROSSFORD RECORD JOURNAL — May 16, 2013 — Page 7
HELP WANTED
HIRING NOW. EMI needs
food demonstrators to work in
Meijer store in Rossford.
Part-time, flexible hours.
Email [email protected]
Apply: http://alturl.com/u7gri.
TRAINCO
TRUCK DRIVING SCHOOL
Day • Eves • Weekend Class
Job Placement
Company Paid Training
Call 419-837-5730
Train Locally-Save Hassle
PERRYSBURG CAMPUS
www.traincoinc.com
CEMETARY MONUMENT
sales. Generous commissions. www.delphosgraniteworks.com. Job oppoturnities.
ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVE needed for advertising and printing sales. This
position requires aggressive,
outside salesperson to sell in
Wood, Lucas and surrounding
counties. Please send resume
to Welch Publishing Co. P.O.
Box 267, Perrysburg, OH
43552.
ENTRY LEVEL position at
Rossford, Ohio, printing
plant. Must have valid drivers
license. Position includes deliveries, inserting papers,
help with press and bindery
work and other duties as necessary. Call to leave a phone
number to be contacted for an
interview,
419-874-4491.
Applications also will be accepted by mail. Send to: P.O.
Box 267 Perrysburg, Ohio
43552 or at [email protected]
GREAT OPPORTUNITY,
growing construction company with excellent reputation seek ambitious salesman. Send resume with phone
number to: Santafeway88
@aol.com.
Database Manager/Information Technologist
Minimum Associate Degree in Computer Science or related field. Strong database management skills (i.e.
SQL, FileMakerPro, POS systems). PowerSchool experience preferred. Ability to troubleshoot hardware and
provide tech support. See requirements and qualifications at www.pentacareercenter.org. EOE
WE ARE COMFORT KEEPERS®
EXPERIENCE THE
JOYS AND REWARDS
Select Staffing
NOW HIRING!
3rd & D St., Perrysburg, OH
Immediate Openings at local manufacturer!
8 hour shifts: 7a-3p, 3p-11p & 11p-7a
Assembly and Production
Machine Operators
Pickers and Packers/Distribution
All candidates must be able to provide
proof of HS Diploma or GED.
Benefits and paid vacation provided.
Pay rate $9.00/hr
Please apply at
www.wegetpeople.com
All candidates will be administered
a background check and drug screening.
You may email Amy at:
[email protected]
or call (419) 662-2244. EOE.
Are you ready to make a
difference in someone’s life?
We’re looking for honest,
compassionate, reliable
people to take care of
our clients. Earn a wage for
doing something you already
enjoy doing. To learn what
becoming a Comfort
Keeper® is all about, visit
www.ahandinthehome.org.
109 W. 5th St.
Perrysburg, OH 43551
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION
Director, part-time. Inquire at
www.stpaulsmaumee.org.
DRIVER PART time, must
have CDL. One day a week,
vacations and miscellaneous
days off. Must be able to pass
D.O.T. physical to drive
cargo van. 419-351-0647.
LIFEGUARD NEEDED for
the Nichols Therapy Pool. 2
part-time positions; up to 20
hours BW; salary $10.25/hour.
Must hold a Lifeguard Certification from the American Red
Cross, YMCA, Ellis & Associates or Boy Scouts of America.
Application packet may be obtained from Wood County
Board of DD, 1921 East Gypsy
Lane Road, Bowling Green,
Entrance A, Monday-Friday,
8-4:30. Positions open until
filled. EOE.
PART-TIME RECEPTIONIST, Perrysburg financial business, $10/hour. E-mail resume
to [email protected]
Has a great opportunity for an
individual wanting to start their
own delivery business by
becoming an owner/operator
of a
DELIVERY TRUCK!
This GREAT opportunity
comes with SUPER
SECURITY and UNLIMITED
Earning Potential.
This is YOUR opportunity to
work with the #1 Home
Improvement Center!!
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Call: 715-876-4000
Over 550 independently owned & operated
offices worldwide.
R E A L
FOR RENT
MAINTENANCE/CUSTODIAN NEEDED. 20-30
hours/week. Apply in person
to Trainco Truck Driving
School, 26718 Oregon Road,
Monday-Friday, 2-5pm.
PERRYSBURG
JIMMY
Johns Restaurant looking for
delivery workers. Must be 18
years old, valid license, good
driving record. In shop workers needed, must be 16 years
old. Call Don at 419-3600700.
PRODUCTION
HELP
needed for wholesale sandwich
company. Apply in person,
112 West Front Street, Perrysburg.
QUICKBOOKS
HELP:
Checking accounts and reconciliation. $12/hour. Reply stating your experience and references. Part-time need about 15
hours/month. P.O. Box 796,
Perrysburg, Ohio 43552.
SALES / MANAGEMENT
ASSOCIATE. Full-time/parttime. Organized, computer
literate and aggressive. 419873-0454. [email protected]
SHIPPING / RECEIVING
CLERK / INVENTORY Control. Full-time. Some lifting required. Must have computer
skills and close attention to detail. Email resume to
[email protected]
WAITRESSES / COOKS, PT
/ FT, have transportation.
419-873-0454. [email protected]
com.
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Abundant Life of Perrysburg is a subsidized independent housing facility for those 62 or older.
We are located in a beautiful, quiet residential setting in Perrysburg. Abundant Life offers one bedroom garden apartments with private patios,
indoor mailboxes, reserved parking and busing to
local grocery stores.
Applications are now being accepted.
Call 419-874-4371.
•Commercial/Office
Space, 500 sq. ft.-1800
square feet available.
•1 bedroom apt. available, $525 plus utilities.
419-352-0717
AVAILABLE NOW!
WAREHOUSE SPACE
1,200 To 2,400 SQ. FT.
WITH OFFICES
RESTROOM
OVERHEAD DOOR
13 FT. CEILINGS
VERY CLEAN
MODERN, SECURE
26963 ECKEL ROAD
PERRYSBURG
CALL 419.874.5307
Realtor®
Office: 419.874.8311
Home: 419.666.8423
Fax: 419.874.9536
Cell: 419.266.2588
419.356.2209
e-mail:
[email protected]
GRI
Jim Simons
419.344.9702
43 Knollwood. . . . . . . . . . . . . . NEW PRICE. . . . . $124,850
29301 Bates . . . . . . . . . . . . . NEW LISTING . . . PENDING
1946 Hunters Run . . . . . . . . . . . . 1928 sq. ft.. . . . . $209,900
615 Kirkshire . . . . . . . . . . . . . NEW PRICE.. . . . . $229,900
543 E. Second. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SOLD
16591 Freyman. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SOLD
WATERFRONT PROPERTY
320 River Road. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SOLD
24071 W. River Road . . . . . . . . NEW PRICE. . . . . $899,000
2957 Deep Water Lane. . . . . NEW LISTING. . . . . $980,000
Other Great Homes for Sale
PAM ’ S P ICKS
6227 Wexford Ct. . . . . . . Cul-de-sac Lot . . . . $199,500
1330 Running Brook . . . . . . SOLD . . . . . . . $179,900
3 New England Lane . . . . . . SOLD . . . . . . . $109,900
5 New England Lane . . . . . SOLD . . . . . . . $104,900
E-mail: [email protected]
NEW! 7431 Scandinavia, Maumee beauty . . . . . . . . . . .$339,900
NEW! 26756 Green Ville, Perrysburg Victorian . . . . . . .$335,000
NEW! 26484 Carrington Blvd., beautiful Carrington Woods! $335,000
9604 Ford Road, 2 acre golf course lot . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$250,000
SOLD! 27262 Fort Meigs, excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$234,000
NEW! 795 Maple, Pburg, OPEN SUNDAY 2-4 . . . . . . .$179,900
PENDING! 1020 Louisiana Avenue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$176,000
SOLD! 834 Maple . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$139,900
525 Bennington, Maumee beauty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$134,500
NEW! 5755 Taylor, Walbridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$134,900
NEW! 3761 Mapleway, Maumee brick ranch home . . . .$125,000
PENDING! 211 Colony, Wonderful Rossford property .$124,500
1801 Wildwood, wooded retreat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$117,900
PENDING! 3806 Glendale. Great Toledo ranch home . .$116,900
Dowling Road, Lots of Lots 5+ acres each . . . . . . . . . . . .$65,000
Check out these homes at
www.jimsimonshomes.com
REALTY
Billie S. Bodnar
Christine B. Rettig
ABR, CRS, e-PRO, GRI
e-PRO
419.874.3230
[email protected]
Company Sales Leader 2011
419.874.5582
[email protected]
OPEN SUNDAY 2-4 PM New Price in Monclova Twp!
~Perrysburg “Country”~
14848 ROACHTON ROAD - New Listing
Plenty of room to romp on this 10+ acre home site. Home
features modern open floor plan, 5 bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths,
spacious kitchen, barn, pond, pasture and much more. Take
a look! $839,000.
26321 HULL PRAIRIE - 20 Acres
Stately English Tudor in Perrysburg horse country – 20
acres, mature trees, pond, barn, outbuildings and more.
OPEN TO OFFER! $795,000.
~Belmont~
26397 Oak Meadows Dr. West
$189,000
New Listing!
Move In Condition!
3500 Stillwater Boulevard
$415,000
Charming, Private,
Corner Lot!
29729 GLENEAGLES - First Ad
Fresh and modern ranch unit, lots of light with vaulted
living room and breakfast bay in kitchen. 2 bedrooms, 2
1/2 baths, spacious master. Won’t last! $239,000.
SHEFFIELD LOT - Golf Course Setting!
Last remaining building site at Belmont, overlooking
15th fairway, shared maintenance. Priced to sell, $59,000.
PENDING
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NEW LISTING
26397 Oak Meadows Dr. W $189,000 OPEN SUN 2-4 PM
CONDO
29605 Gleneagles Road $244,000 Belmont Country Club
SINGLE FAMILY HOMES
3829 County Road 424 $199,900 4+ Acres on the River
108 West Harrison Street $339,000
Historic, Updated
3500 Stillwater Blvd.
$415,000
Move-In Condition
26720 Mohawk Drive
SOLD
892 Oak Knoll Drive
SOLD
BUILDING LOTS
Duplex Style Condo
$24,000
5 Lots, Indian Creek
Meadows of Millbury
$33-$34,000
3 Single Family
5041 Chardonnay Lane $36,900 The Vineyard in Oregon
4 Eagle Ridge
$49,900 Best Buy, Ravine View
104 Sugar Creek Road
$49,900 Williamsburg on the River
105 Riverwood Ct.
$79,900 Building Plans Available
Visit www.BillieBodnar.com to see more!
~Hamlet~
29757 SOMERSET - New on Market
Stylish river townhouse with great views of the Maumee.
spacious reception rooms, modern kitchen, all updates,
plenty of privacy. $839,000.
29592 DURHAM DRIVE - First Floor Living
Stylish 3 bed villa on private, well-landscaped lot, with
plenty of green space. Dramatic 2 story foyer, gallery and
living room. 9’ ceilings throughout, with lots of light. Spacious 1st floor master. Room to expand. $419,000.
~On The River~
540 RIVERSIDE DRIVE - Eagle Point
Great family home, 2 acres w/ deep water dockage. 7 bed,
5.1 baths. Has everything! Quiet cul-de-sac setting in Eagle
Point. Priced to sell at $849,000.
~Village~
3 MAPLE - River Site
Great Site! Set on 4 acre bluff overlooking the river, walking distance to village. A special setting and special home!
Priced at $1,650,000.
For more details or to schedule a showing
Contact: Michael G. Miller - 419.262.8311
[email protected]
Rent starting at $410
419-381-0600
1 BEDROOM, downtown
Perrysburg, remodeled. Rent
includes heat, hot water.
Non-smoking,
no
pets,
$550/month. 419-874-4920.
2 BEDROOM apartment,
Perrysburg.
Washer/dryer
hook up, appliances, garage,
Oakmont Subdivision. $625/
month. 419-874-4226.
2 BEDROOM villa. C/A,
gas heat, attached garage,
washer/dryer hook-ups, $680/
month. 419-874-0889.
For Rent
Commercial Space
CONDO
TOWNHOUSE.
Lovely, quiet, Three Meadows,
2 large bedrooms with large
closets, 1-1/2 baths, 1st floor
laundry, nice kitchen with all
appliances, extra large garage,
some pets, $755/month.
419-874-5323.
Up to 6,000 sq. ft.
Downtown Perrysburg
114 W. Indiana
419-874-2867
APARTMENTS:
FREE RENT
Camelot East
in Rossford
PERRYSBURG
TWINPLEX, $675/month. 2 bedroom,
1
bath,
C/A,
washer/dryer hook-up, garage.
Non-smoking.
No
pets.
419-872-2131.
Newly renovated. Large 1
and 2 bedrooms starting at
$439. Centrally located at
Buck and I-75, minutes
from downtown and Levis
Commons. All electric large,
24 hour laundry on site,
dogs and cats welcome for
additional deposit. Sign
lease by May 31 and receive
a free month’s rent. Limited
availability. Call now.
SHARE 3 bedroom house
with washer/dryer. By Levis
Commons, $550/month includes utilities. 419-250-2840.
THREE MEADOWS, Simmons Road, apartment. 2 bed,
1 bath, no dogs, first floor.
$525 per month plus deposit.
Call 419-843-2065.
419-666-5320
E S T A T E
J.J. KOSMIDER
26484 Carrington Blvd. Wonderful
large home in beautiful Carrington
Woods. Great lot traditional floor
plan with large rooms. Priced to
sell. Come in and add your finishing touches. $335,000.
Perrysburg Township.
Close to Owens & Crossroads.
Move in Special
$99 deposit + $200 off first full month rent
For approved applicants / 12 month lease
Limited Time Offer!
Visit us online at
www.investekmanagement.com
Or call 419-666-1186 for a personal tour
SulphurSpringsRealty.com
REALTY, INC.
Cordoba Apartments
RIVER RIDGE APARTMENTS
Perry’s Landing
Space for Rent
PERRYSBURG
TWINPLEX, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath,
AC, W/D hook up, garage.
One mile from Levis Commons. $670/month. 419-8746019.
FREE CABLE
REALTY
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”
Betty J. Lazzaro, CRS & ABR
TBR Million Dollar Club Life Member
Congratulations 2012 Company Sales Leader!
Featured Listing!
Featured Listing!
LAND FOR sale, 1.85 acres,
Perrysburg Township, Perrysburg Schools. Parcel P60-400210000065002, $42,000. Call
419-690-2183.
Perrysburg
Real Estate
News and Stats
at
www.PerrysburgBlog.com
Enjoy country
living with a
neighborhood
feel!
LAND FOR SALE
READY
TO BUILD NOW
One acre lot of land
located in Tontogany, OH
inside a semi-private
cul-de-sac in Harley
Woods Subdivision off of
Tontogany Road.
This lot is ready to build
now and has electric, city
water, natural gas, sanitary
and storm sewers
complete with taps.
Asking price is $55,000.
Call Chet Welch for more
details at 419-215-4482.
PERRYSBURG 2 bedroom
apartment. Free heat, hot water, water and sewer. All appliances, carport, secure storage. Very clean and quiet.
Quick access to expressway.
$605/month. 419-874-4226.
PERRYSBURG
DOWNTOWN prime retail or office
space. All utilities and Internet
included. $670/month. Special
rate for new entrepreneur or
non-profits. 419-874-4682,
419-350-0080.
ROSSFORD 2 bedroom
starting at $450. Quiet community. Pet friendly. 1110
Lewis. By appointment,
419-385-0704.
SOUTH TOLEDO. 1,2 and 3
bedroom spacious apartment
homes with washer/dryer.
Across from the Stranahan
Theater starting at $599. Call
for our specials, 419-3890555.
VACATION RENTALS
PLACE YOUR
Vacation Rentals here.
Call us 419-874-4491
to place your ad.
Check us out
on the web:
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OPEN HOUSE
SUNDAY, MAY 19
from 2 – 4
1243 Grassy Court
in Rossford
Exceptionally maintained
home in Grassy Creek subdivision. 2200 sq. ft. with 34 Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths, and 2 car attached garage. Open floor
plan with vaulted ceilings & beautiful hardwood floors. Recently updated baths with ceramic tile & granite. New roof &
skylights in 2009. Large deck overlooks the fenced yard. This
is a must see! Asking $199,000. Call (419)666-4216 for a private showing.
BEAUTIFUL HOLLAND
offices for lease. State of the
art conference room, 24 hour
security, window and wall
treatments. Full kitchen with
auditorium available. Close
to shopping, restaurants and
highways. Ample parking.
Call
Jackie
today
at
567-703-8511.
SINGLE FAMILY home
with large detached garage,
central air conditioning, full
basement, 2 bedroom, 1 bath,
new carpet throughout and enclosed front porch. $66,000.
Please call 419-350-8198 for
appointment.
MOVING?
Advertise your home
in the classifieds
419-874-2528
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 tollfree at 1-800-669-9777. The tollfree telephone number for
the hearing impaired is 1800-927-9275.
Sulphur Springs Realty
29068 East River Road
$675,000
Unique custom built Scholz design! Open foyer, lots of windows, 18’ ceilings, French doors
to deck, gourmet kitchen/breakfast room, fifth bedroom/bonus
room, Bose sound, hardwood
floors, English garden.
14645 Deerwood Court
$614,900
Spectacular Colonial situated on
one of the most desirable Sanctuary private cul-de-sac wooded
ravine lots. First floor master
suite, all bedrooms are ensuite!
High tech security. Gorgeous
veranda!
Single Family Homes
26337 Carrington Blvd.
Carrington Woods
$479,000
The Sanctuary
$600,000
14629 Wolf Creek Court
14645 Deerwood Court Ravine Lot, The Sanctuary $619,900
29068 East River Road 1.27 Acres/Perrysburg $675,000
Wildwood/Sylvania
$799,000
3515 Hill River
The Overlook
$1,325,000
26290 Hull Prairie Road
700 Highland
PENDING
Building Lots
River Ridge Subdivision Lots-Perrysburg *Call for details
Lots-Perrysburg *Call for details
The Sanctuary
Sanctuary on the River Lots-Perrysburg *Call for details
View Current Listings @ www.ListedByBetty.com
Home: 419.666.8606 or Office 419.479.2227 x235
Mindy McGrail
REALTY
Celebrating
First Quarter
Top Producers
33 Years
Discover
the
Power
of Red!
1980-2013
S. Reynolds Rd.
419.382.8311
JIM FLYNN
419.340.8999
JUDY SCHEINBACH
419.345.0285
BILLIE BODNAR
419.266.0038
KATHLEEN RYAN
419.531.3366
JIM SIMONS
419.344.9702
JJ KOSMIDER
419.356.2209
CHERYL SILVERMAN
419.376.7125
TIM YACKEE
419.367.1029
BETTY LAZZARO
419.466.9971
AL HOTCHKISS
419.261.1463
PAM PILZ
419.266.2588
PHILL CASEY
419.360.3304
BILL SCHLOSSER
419.261.2766
BARB JACOBS
419.865.7355
MATT FETTERMAN
419.261.2001
WILLIAM HECK
419.270.2442
TOM PETERNEL
419.460.5960
DENNES TONEFF
419.865.0683
Perrysburg
419.874.8311
Talmadge
419.472.8311
Michigan
734.854.8311
Cell 419.304.3339
[email protected]
127 W. Second . . . . . . . . . . . .PENDING . . . . . . . . . .$200,000
25273 Thompson .4 bed, redone, huge outbuilding .$197,500
23993 Stony Ridge . . . . . . .SOLD in 2 days . . . . . . . .$157,500
442 E. Seventh . . . . . . . . . . . .PENDING . . . . . . . . . .$149,900
1341 Stanwix . . . . . . . . . . . . .PENDING . . . . . . . . . . .$69,900
3030 Medford . . . . . . . . . . . .PENDING. . . . . . . . . . . .$69,900
1952 Devinci . . . . . .New Price, Charming Condo . . .$74,900
3444 E. Manhattan . 2 bed bungalow, Old North End . $57,500
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Tack and Saddle Auction
PERRYSBURG 419-872-2410
TUESDAY, MAY 21
DOORS OPEN 6 PM AUCTION STARTS AT 7 PM
We have been asked to sell at public auction, without reserve, a large inventory of saddles and
horse equipment. Over 50 New custom made saddles. Western, Pony, Youth, Silver Show, Ranch,
Roping, Barrel, and Pleasure. Over 200 lots of custom made bridles and horse tack. AcceptMike’s Auction
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Behold The George Ross Ford Estate of Perrysburg’s
historical subdivision, The Hamlet. Known for its 17th century
English style, this riverfront estate has preserved its exquisite
architecture beautifully. With over 11,500 square feet and
modern amenities including granite countertops in the kitchen
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8-bedroom estate has it all! Truly an opportunity of a lifetime,
and only available at absolute auction!
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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, 2436163, before you run your advertisement. To complain of
discrimination call HUD tollfree at 1-800-669-9777. The
toll-free telephone number for
the hearing impaired is
1-800-927-9275.
Info + Photos on all MLS properties
go to www.danberry.com
2001 Adams Ct., – OPEN SUNDAY 122 – New listing in Riverford – 4 BR/2.5
BA, built 2003, 2764 s.f., hardwood floors,
eat-in kitchen has solid surface counters,
s/s appliances, fenced & well landscaped
lawn. $329,900. #72414
23 Olde Orchard – OPEN SUNDAY 24 – NEW LISTING – 3 BR/1.5 BA,
condo in great condition. Many updates.
$114,900. #72434
10478 Mandell – OPEN SUNDAY 1-3 –
2100 s.f. home has 4 BR/3 BA, eat-in
kitchen with solid surface counters, full
basement w/rec room, shed. $179,900.
#72364
2123 Chadbury, Toledo – OPEN SUNDAY 12-2 – Springfield schools, 4 BR/2
BA, 2609 s.f., renovated kitchen with granite counters, master suite, large yard.
$189,900. #72114
3457 Beechway, Toledo – OPEN SUNDAY 2:30-4 – Charming 3 BR/1 BA home
has 3 car garage, hardwood floors. $97,500.
#72184
26209 Seminary – Stately 4 BR/3.5 BA
home, updated 4043 s.f., eat-in kitchen has
granite counters, sunroom, large treed yard,
huge master suite has sitting room & fireplace. New 50 year roof, finished basement.
$459,900. #72134
14130 Seckinger, Toledo – 3 BR/1.5 BA
updated home on cul-de-sac. $139,900.
1844 s.f., finished basement. #72324
953 Christie, Toledo – Duplex. $109,900.
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Volunteers and Unwanted
Treasures Needed!
Planned Pethood Rummage Sale
May 16 – 18th Lucas County Fairgrounds
Proceeds will be used for spay/neuter at Humane Ohio!
Visit www.humaneohio.org to sign-up as
a rummage sale volunteer and for more info.
419-266-5607 or
www.facebook.com/
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Humane Ohio is a 501c3 non-profit organization
RJHS announces Students of the Week
Rossford Junior High
School announces its Students of the Week.
Eighth grader Joey Korzec and seventh grader Josie
Reid were named Students of
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Italian language classes offered
A free “Easy Italian” language class will be offered for
students in grades 5 to 9 this
summer.
The class will meet June
11, 13, 18, 20, 25 and 26,
from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m., at
Way Library in Perrysburg.
Students will learn basic vocabulary and Italian culture.
For more information or to
register, call Liz at 419-8735425 or send an e-mail to
[email protected]
Joey Korzec
the Week for April 8-12.
Joey is known for his
work ethic and pleasant personality. He enjoys playing
basketball, and his favorite
television show is “Adventure Time.”
Josie’s favorite food is
pizza. In her
free time, she
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9863 Sedgefield – PENDING
10370 Scarlet Oak – PENDING
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1741 Eaglecrest
2100 Huron Ct.
14830 Five Point
Great floor plan. Large
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Fabulous Schoen Built.
Shows like new! Beautiful
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Well appointed home on 5
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1071 Scribner St., Maumee - $129,900
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PUBLIC NOTICES
Rossford Little League
Football is gearing up for another season of football and
cheerleading.
Registration will be available Monday, May 20, and
Tuesday, May 21, from 6 to 8
p.m., at the Rossford Junior
High gym atrium. There will
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PENDING
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P
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PUBLIC NOTICE
Division of the State
Fire Marshal
Bureau of Underground
Storage Tank Regulations
Pursuant to the rules governing the remediation of
releases of petroleum from
underground storage tank
(UST) system(s), notice to
the public is required if a
proposed Tier 3 Evaluation
plan is submitted to the Bureau of Underground Storage
Tank
Regulations
(BUSTR). Notice is hereby
given that a proposed Tier 3
Evaluation plan has been
submitted for the UST system(s) located at:
SPEEDWAY #3642
939 DIXIE HWY
ROSSFORD, OH
WOOD COUNTY
Release
#87000087N00002
A proposed Tier 3 Evaluation plan dated July 25,
2011, was submitted by the
owner and/or operator of
the UST system(s) for the review and approval of the
State Fire Marshal (SFM).
Once the SFM has reviewed
and approved the proposed
Tier 3 Evaluation Plan, the
owner and/or operator of
the release will be required
to implement the proposed
plan.
A copy of the proposed
Tier 3 Evaluation Plan, as
well as other documentation
relating to this release and
the UST system(s) involved,
is maintained by the BUSTR,
and are available for inspection and copying by the public. Please make all requests
for copies or for inspection
of the proposed Tier 3 Evaluation Plan and other related documentation in
writing to BUSTR, P.O. Box
687, Reynoldsburg, Ohio
43068.
An order form and other
publications that may help
you to understand the requirements for compliance
with BUSTR’s rules and regulations may be found on
the
Internet
at
http://www.com.state.oh.us
/fire/bustMain.aspx or by
calling our office.
The SFM will accept written comments on this proposed Tier 3 Evaluation Plan
for a period of 21 days from
the date of publication of
this notice. You may submit
any comments regarding
this site and the proposed
Tier 3 Evaluation Plan, in
writing, at the above address. For further information, please contact Rick
Krueger at (614) 728-5120.
Please reference release
#87000087-N00001 when
making all inquiries or com-
ments.
Published in the Rossford Record
Journal, issues of May 2, 9 and 16,
2013.
be a mandatory parent meeting
on Thursday, May 23, at 7 p.m.
There have been many
changes with coaching this
year. Registration forms can
be picked up at local elementary schools, the Rossford
Community Recreation Center or the library.
Lee Williams
Rossford
941 Dixie Hwy.
419-666-0091
OPEN 7 DAYS
A WEEK
Shop at Toledo’ s House of Meats where all your dollars stay in your community.
PRICES GOOD SUNDAY THROUGH SATURDAY, MAY 12 THROUGH MAY 18, 2013.
HALF POUND
RIB EYE
STEAK
E
E V E RY DAY SP
BONELESS
C IAL S
2% GAL. MILK
LIMIT
2
EA.
With additional
purchase.
LARGE EGGS
LIMIT
2
DOZ.
PORK
CHOPS
With additional
purchase.
SUPER FRESH 16 OZ.
ADD A
SHRIMP
KABOB
$1.99 EA.
EA.
BEEF RIB EYE 8 OZ. EA. - $9.98 LB.
BACON WRAPPED
MARINATED
CHICKEN
BREAST
WHITE
BREAD
EA.
With additional purchase.
HOT DOG BUNS - HAMBURGER BUNS
NOT AVAILABLE AT THE ANDERSONS
OUR FAMOUS
PORK LOIN BONELESS, 4 OZ. EA. - $3.16 LB.
FRESH
ANGUS CHICKEN
GOURMET DRUMS OR
BURGERS THIGHS
EA.
5 OZ. EACH - $6.37 LB.
EA.
LB.
LB.
ALL FLAVORS
SENIOR DAY - THURSDAY, MAY 16 - 10% DISCOUNT
NOT AVAILABLE AT THE ANDERSONS. PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES.