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VOLUME 74, NUMBER 22 – MAY 30, 2013
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County pays tribute to fallen police officers
Alex Helchowski, the sole remaining World War II veteran in Rossford
VFW Post 6409, was honored by the VFW. Standing behind him from left
are Calvin Kos, Gilles Frankart and Darrell Maxwell, all VFW officers.
The Rossford High School band plays a selection of patriotic tunes.
Memorial Day events honor veterans of many wars
The parade included participants of all ages.
By Beth Church
The types of war may have
changed during America’s
history, but the men and
women fighting for this country have not.
Veterans past and present
were remembered and honored at Rossford’s annual
Memorial Day celebration on
Sunday afternoon at Veterans
Memorial Park.
“Today, I am sincerely
grateful for each of you who
served before. The military
heritage you’ve left for us is
strong,” said U.S. Marine
Corps veteran Justin Wilson,
guest speaker for the service.
The ceremony was coordinated by American Legion
Post 533, Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 6409, Sons of the
American Legion and Post
533 Auxiliary.
A northwest Ohio native,
Mr. Wilson was deployed to
Ramadi, Iraq in 2008 as a part
of First Battalion, Ninth
Marines, out of Camp
Lejeune, and also deployed
with the 24th Marine
Expeditionary Unit.
Growing up in the postSeptember 11 era, he was
impacted by Edmund Burke’s
quote, “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is
for good men to do noth-
ing”–describing it as “a modern call to arms.”
The First Battalion, Ninth
Marines in which he served
was a unit known as “the
Walking Dead,” disbanded
after the Vietnam war but
reinstated to support the war
in Iraq.
His unit was deployed to
Ramadi, which at that time
was “the most dangerous
place on earth.”
However, the U.S. military
was successful in stabilizing
the region, and he credited
their effectiveness to a movement known as “the
Awakening.”
This civil movement in the
Al Anbar province encouraged citizens to support U.S.
led efforts by pointing out
insurgents and suspicious
activity.
“They helped bring that
conflict to an end and bring us
back home,” he said.
The cooperation reduced
the violence, although Mr.
Wilson noted several attempted attacks by suicide
bombers, snipers and other
improvised explosive devices
(IEDs).
Mr. Wilson recalled a fateful day of his service on April
22, 2008, when two fellow
Marines were killed in the line
Father Kent Kaufman of All Saints Catholic Church gives the invocation.
of duty.
He had just been relieved
from a rooftop post in a very
densely-populated area of the
city of Ramadi, when a
dumptruck filled with 2,000
pounds of explosives came
ramming toward the front
gate of a base.
In a process that lasted just
six seconds, the Marines fired
a machine gun and M-16,
stopping the truck from entering the gate, although it did
explode.
The force damaged 24
area brick homes and collapsed a nearby mosque. The
truck’s engine was thrown
200 yards away.
Two Marines in the post
were killed, Lance Corporal
Jordan Haerter and Corporal
Jonathan Yale, and they
earned the Navy Cross–a
recognition just shy of the
Medal of Honor, he said.
“More than 50 Marines
and Iraqi police were saved
because of their dedication to
duty,” Mr. Wilson explained.
“I had the honor of knowing each of these Marines–it
could have been me in their
boots that day,” he said.
Mr. Wilson acknowledged
that he and his fellow Marines
frequently have been told by
older veterans, “What you’re
City, library partner for new sign
Rossford City Council has approved
the joint purchase with the Rossford
Public Library of a new LED digital video
message board.
City Administrator Ed Ciecka said the
cost for the two-sided sign with a concrete
and stone base is $36,925.
City and library staff members interviewed four sign companies and received
bids from three firms before selecting the
model above from Toledo Sign Co.
The message can flash on the screen
for anywhere from three to eight seconds.
It will replace the message board
installed on the front lawn of city hall in
1997.
“It should be an improvement in getting
our message out,” Mr. Ciecka said.
On May 21, law enforcement and the Wood County
Fraternal Order of Police
pledged, “We will never forget,” as they paid tribute to
fallen officers at the Wood
County Police Memorial ceremony.
Held on the front lawn of
the Bowling Green courthouse, the service opened
with the presentation of the
colors by FOP No. 109 and
the singing of the National
Anthem by Conner Rose.
The Reverend Kevin
Crawford, FOP chaplain, followed, delivering the invocation.
Lake Township Police
Chief Mark Hummer of
Perrysburg welcomed a
group of more than 50 people
including elementary students from Rossford Schools.
The chief asked for a
moment of silence for the
victims of the EF4 tornado
that devastated the town of
Moore, Oklahoma earlier in
the week.
“Unfortunately,
that
reminded me of the savagery
of nature,” said the chief,
recalling the EF4 tornado
that destroyed the Lake
Township police department
and nearby high school several years ago. The chief
apologized for not wearing
his dress uniform for the ceremony. “I lost my class A
uniform in the 2010 tornado,” he explained.
Chief Hummer offered a
brief history of the memorial,
which was to honor and
remember those officers who
died in service. “This dates
back 37 years,” he said,
adding that the original monument to fallen police officers is now housed at the
Wood County Historical
Society Museum.
The county commissioners read a proclamation in
memory of Northwood
Police Chief Thomas W. Hall
who died on December 31,
At the police memorial are from left, Northwood Police Chief Thomas Cairl, Wood County
Commissioners Joel Kuhlman, Doris Herringshaw and Jim Carter, Perrysburg Municipal
Court Judge S. Dwight Osterud and Lake Township Police Chief Mark Hummer.
1981.
Commissioner
Joel
Kuhlman noted that the chief
demonstrated “unwavering
dedication in the most trying
of times.”
The proclamation was
presented to Northwood
Police Chief Thomas Cairl.
Chief Cairl said Chief Hall
served the community from
May 1968 to 1981. “He suffered a stroke while helping
with a rollover accident on
Route 20,” he said.
He expressed his appreciation to all involved in honoring the former chief. “Thank
you for paying a special tribute to Chief Hall,” he said.
Following the presentation, Judge S. Dwight
Osterud, of the Perrysburg
Municipal Court, delivered
the keynote address. “It is
truly an honor and privilege
for me to address this group.
We should never forget the
officers who answered that
last call,” the judge said.
As a judge, he has worked
with numerous law enforcement officials over the years.
“I have come to understand
their motivation for working
often in conditions that are
less than desirable,” he said,
adding that police officers are
dedicated to making communities safe for everyone.
“I understand and respect
their professionalism in dealing with difficult situations
and envy their calm
demeanor,” he continued.
Many officers the judge
has worked with are now
retired or close to retirement,
and Judge Osterud said it is
important for new officers
coming into the field to carry
on in the tradition of those
officers who came before
them. “You must continue
the tradition to serve and protect us.”
Reflecting on the fallen
officers, he praised them for
displaying “integrity, courage
and commitment. I am very,
very glad they wanted to
serve.”
After the judge’s presentation, Bowling Green Police
Officer Scott Kleiber sounded the last alarm and
Lieutenant Jerrod Savidge of
the Ohio State Highway
Patrol read the names of the
12 fallen officers.
Those officers and their
end of watch are Patrolman
Jesse Baker, North Baltimore
Police, June 19, 1896;
Marshal Frank Thornton,
Perrysburg Police, January 5,
1906; Patrolman Austin
Harman, BG Police, May 13,
1919; Deputy Ellsworth
Beaverson, Wood County
Sheriff, August 27, 1927;
Patrolman Ralph Castner,
BG Police, April 23, 1931;
Marshal Jay Davis, North
Baltimore Police, July 18,
1932; Patrolman Clifton
Miller, Rossford Police, May
14, 1966; Trooper Jon
Birchem, OHP, February 27,
1967; Patrolman Kip Boulis,
Perrysburg Police, May 31,
1976; Sergeant Robert
Schiffman,
Perrysburg
Police, November 1, 1978;
Chief Thomas W. Hall,
Northwood
Police,
December 31, 1981, and
Deputy Thomas Bryant,
Wood County Sheriff, July
23, 1984.
The ceremony concluded
with a 21-gun salute, muted
Taps and Mike Samson performing “Amazing Grace”
on the bagpipes.
Energy efficiency projects urged for schools
U.S. Marine Corps veteran Justin Wilson served as the
guest speaker for the ceremony.
going through is way worse
than what we experienced.”
“But one war can’t be
compared to another,” the veteran insisted. “All of you who
came before us deserve credit
for the military we have
today.”
“I can only hope that we
are leaving the same example
for future generations, such as
the one you have left for us,”
he continued.
“However, thanks to the
heroic acts of Corporal Yale,
Lance Corporal Haerter and
our brothers and sisters still
out there, I feel very confident
that your example lives on.”
“Today we remember
those who fought with us and
before us.”
Mr. Wilson concluded
with a message to enemies of
America: “Heed this warning.
Do not toil with repeating history for we are a nation of
lions, ready to ward off the
wolves. Semper fidelis.”
World War II Veteran
Alex Helchowski Honored
The ceremony also included a special presentation to
Alex Helchowski, the sole
remaining World War II veteran in Rossford’s VFW Post
6409.
Gilles Frankart, post commander, explained that Mr.
Helchowski served from 1944
to 1946 in the U.S. Army.
An enlisted serviceman, he
was an E-4 corporal and a
medic in France during the
Germany occupation.
Mr. Helchowski has been a
VFW post member for about
30 years.
“I’ve been amazed at the
tenacity and loyalty of him
and his fellow World War II
veterans,” Mr. Frankart said,
noting they “would open the
post and do business every
day.”
In the past several years,
the few remaining WW II veterans have passed away, leaving Mr. Helchowski the
remaining survivor.
Mr. Frankart, a U.S.
Marine Corps veteran, said he
was honored to present a Post
Commander Medal and letter
of appreciation from the VFW
to “a great American hero.”
The framed honor states,
“For meritorious and distinguished service in furthering
the aims and ideals of the
Veterans of Foreign Wars of
the United States.”
Mr. Helchowski was
accompanied by Calvin Kos,
a U.S. Army corporal who
served in Iraq and is the VFW
post chaplain, and Darrell
Maxwell, a senior master sergeant in the U.S. Air Force
who served in Iraq and
Afghanistan and is the VFW
post quartermaster.
Fallen Veterans
Remembered
Joseph “Moe” Minarcin
Jr., American Legion first vice
commander, read the names
of fallen veterans:
World Wars I and
II –Albert Krause, Henry L.
Rammel, Guy C. Robert,
Edward J. Cieply, R. Jackson
Conn, Thomas E. Dellinger,
John W. Folcik, Michael A.
Frihauf, Frank J. Gyori,
Zolton C. Juhos, William J.
Klepacz, Pete Lichowid,
Walter Malik, Joseph J.
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While plans remain undecided for Rossford school
buildings, the facilities committee is recommending
some short-term energy efficiency projects be completed
in the meantime.
At the Rossford Board of
Education May 20 meeting,
board member Beverly Koch
said the committee unanimously voted to ask the
school board to request
options from companies to
complete an energy audit.
“We want to let companies
know ‘we’d like you to apply
for this job,’” she said.
Using House Bill 264
funding, energy efficiency
projects could be completed
in 2014 if applications are
sent to the state by January,
she said.
“These would be shortterm payback items–two
years or less,” Mrs. Koch
explained.
Whether new or renovated
plans are made for facilities,
school officials estimate it
will take three to four years
for work to be completed.
Mrs. Koch said the facilities committee would like to
see projects performed that
coincide with the work of the
master plan steering committee.
“We want to move with
the steering committee–not
go against their efforts,” she
added.
If the school board chooses to accept requests for qualifications (RFQs) from interested companies, they can
evaluate what projects could
be initiated, Mrs. Koch said.
“We can see who applies
and see the scope of work,”
she explained.
Personnel Decisions
The school board made
decisions on the following
personnel matters:
•Issued a three-year
administrative contract to
Paul Gibbs, Glenwood principal, from August 1, 2013 to
July 31, 2016, with a salary of
$93,000 for 2013-14.
•Issued a three-year
administrative contract to
Patrick Murtha, RHS assistant principal from August 1,
2013 to July 31, 2016, with a
salary of $91,686 for 201314.
•Issued a three-year
administrative contract to
Kenneth Rosplohowski, athletic director with administrative duties, from August 1,
2013 to July 31, 2016, with a
salary of $75,000 for 201314.
•Issued a one-year administrative contract to Holly
Schmidbauer, Indian Hills
principal, per the agreement
of the contract effective
2013-14.
•Accepted the resignation
of Krista Duggan, first grade
teacher at Eagle Point, effective June 4.
•Accepted the retirement
resignation
of
Claudia
Gallaher, junior high cleaner,
effective July 1.
•Accepted the resignation
of Linda Czubinski, crossing
guard at Eagle Point, effective April 30.
•Approved a rate adjustment for Brenda Lau, junior
high school custodian, salary
to include the 35-cent shift
differential, so correct rate of
pay should be $21.39 per
hour.
•Approved parental leave
request for Ryan DeMars,
high school social studies
teacher, from August through
October.
•Rescinded a classified
contract issued to Lori
Thomas on April 15, for the
paraprofessional/special
needs aide position at the junior high.
•Issued a one-year limited
certificated contract to Justin
Kelley, instrumental music
teacher at RHS/RJHS, as of
August 15, per negotiated
agreement.
•Employed 2012-13 seasonal
employees–Devon
Freyman and Dylan Jahns,
Glenwood complex; Evan
Thompson, Glenwood/high
school; Anne Yenrick, high
school, all $10 per hour.
•Approved employment
of classified personnel–
Donna Perkins, cafeteria/
playground aide at Eagle
Point, 2.5 hours per day,
$13.63 per hour, effective
May 21; William Zeller, 10month cleaner at RHS fieldhouse, $13.81 per hour, effective May 21; Ralph Beck,
Faye
Cashen,
Denise
Cousino-Hill and Joanna
Martin, summer building
cleaning, as needed, $15.67
per hour, not to exceed 100
hours; Janice Swartz, substitute transportation office
coordinator, up to 120 hours
this summer to assist with
route scheduling, $20.89 per
hour, beginning June 20;
Raymond Mason, assistant
mechanic, as needed basis not
to exceed 120 hours, $19.82
per hour; Kell Shaffer, summer building cleaning, as
needed $16.33 per hour;
Mark Leslie, summer building cleaning, as needed
$14.16 per hour; William
Zeller, summer building
cleaning, as needed, $13.81
per hour; Kathy Zientek,
summer building cleaning, as
needed, $16.80 per hour.
•Issued supplemental contracts for 2012-13 to Heather
Traxler, tutor
$27.01 per
hour; Sally Gardiner, summer
band teacher, per diem rate.
•Issued supplemental contracts for 2013-14 to Stacy
Jurich, girls tennis coach;
Randy Hussar, head wrestling
coach; Graciela Sofo, junior
high wrestlerette advisor;
Kelly Clarson, junior high
cross country coach; Rob
Stroud, assistant junior high
cross country coach; Kim
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New part-time police officer appointed
Lifelong Rossford resident Shawn
Screptock was sworn in May 13 as a new
part-time Rossford police officer.
He is a 1998 Rossford High School
graduate and an Owens Community
College police academy graduate.
He has served as a full-time Woodville
police officer since 2005.
Officer Screptock was joined by his
parents as Mayor Neil MacKinnon III
swore him in at the Rossford City
Council meeting.
From left are Police Chief Glenn Goss,
Sharon Screptock, Officer Screptock,
Wallace
Screptock
and
Mayor
MacKinnon.
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Energy efficiency projects
urged for schools
Unique works of fine art will be showcased at the sixth annual Fiber577 show
on Saturday and Sunday, June 8 and 9.
Hosted by the 577 Foundation on East
Front Street, Perrysburg, the event features a fiber art exhibit of more than 100
pieces from regional and national artists.
Live music and interactive fiber-related activities will surround the exhibit.
Fiber art refers to fine art whose
material consists of natural or synthetic
fiber and other components, such as
fabric or yarn.
Fiber art may be constructed by
methods associated with textile fibers
such as stitching, weaving and dyeing,
and include clothing, rugs, linens, wall
hangings and more.
It can include basketry, beadwork,
braiding, clothing design, crochet, dyeing, embroidery, felting, hooking, knitting, lacework, mixed media, needlework, paper, quilting, sculpture, sewing,
spinning, surface design, textile design
and weaving.
The Fiber577 event is free and open
to the public June 8 from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m., and June 9 from noon to 5 p.m.
Visitors can pick up a scavenger hunt
guide and search for “fiber bombs” (art
installations created by committee fiber
artists) hidden throughout the historic
property.
A hands-on fiber studio will be set up
in the Pottery Barn for visitors to make
their own fiber creation with guidance
from fiber artist Jennifer Solon.
Live music, artists demonstrations,
and a people’s choice vote round out
the day.
Volunteer committee members are
Julie Beutler, Francis Parry, Anne
French, Sandra Heard, Jennifer Solon,
Robin Ballmer, and Mary Mennel, committee chair and director of the 577
Foundation.
For
more
information
visit
www.fiber577.com
Among the art to be featured is:
above left, “Jesture/Gesture” by Deann
Rubin and below right, “Guinea” by
Pamela MacGregor.
Art on the postcard, above right, was
created by: Deann Rubin, Sandra Kunkle, Lisa Flowers Ross, Pamela MacGregor and Judy Kahle.
Penta BOE approves contracts for personnel
At a special meeting on
May 20, the Penta Career
Center board of education
approved contracts for Penta
Career Center Education
Association certified and
classified personnel.
A three-year deal was
reached with the 165-member teachers union, and a
four-year contract was
approved by classified staff,
composed of 57 members.
Both bargaining units ratified their agreements the
previous week.
Terms of the new contracts are:
•An extended work day
for certified staff, including
55 additional minutes Monday through Thursday and
15 minutes on Friday.
•A 2.5 percent increase
in wages for both bargaining
units in 2013, a 2 percent
increase in 2014-15 and a
1.5 percent increase in
2015-16. For classified personnel, year four of the contract allows for a discussion
of wages only if both parties
agree.
•An increase in the
employee share of monthly
premiums for insurance
under the preferred provider
organization plan. Employees will pay 12.5 percent, 15
percent and 17.5 percent of
the premium in the first,
second and third years of
the contract, respectively.
Deductibles also will
increase beginning July 1
from $200 to $400 annually
for single coverage and
from $400 to $800 for family coverage.
•All new certified and
classified employees opting
for health insurance will
have coverage under a high
deductible health plan.
Neither the PCCEA
instructional staff nor support personnel has received
a raise in the past two years.
In June 2011, the unions
and the school board
approved a two-year wage
freeze which expires June
30.
At that time, the wage
freeze was prompted by
expected flat or declining
local funding coupled with a
reduction in state funding
for career technical education.
In other business, the
board approved a one-year
limited contract for Robert
Haas Jr., construction electricity instructor, for
$50,096. Additionally, he
will receive a stipend of
$3,050 for three extended
service days in 2013-14.
The board also modified
a contract for instructor
Kelly Strahm from a fiveyear to a one-year limited
contract.
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junior high.
“It’s a record–and not in
a good way,” she said.
“We’re not getting any better. We’re getting worse.
I’m very concerned about
these numbers. I’m concerned about their safety.”
In April, at the junior
high there were 115 detentions, 19 Saturday school,
nine in-school suspensions
and two out-of-school suspensions, with 322 students enrolled at the junior
high.
•Approved the revised
2013-14 school year calendar.
•Approved the high
school, junior high, elementary and preschool
handbooks for 2013-14.
The next regular board
meeting will be at 6 p.m.,
Monday, June 10, in the
high school cafeteria, 701
Dixie Highway. The meeting is open to the public.
–Beth Church
ÁContinued from page 1
Linenkugel and Tim
Edmond, junior high girls
basketball coaches; Bo
Evarts, junior high boys
basketball coach; Crystal
Murtha and Joe Durco,
junior high volleyball
coaches; Shauna Hunter,
junior high cheerleading
advisor.
•Approved a stipend of
$25 per hour for staff who
completed the two-hour
Math
in
Focus
training–Terry McKnight,
Kirsten Riethmiller, Cheryl
Schaefer, Laren Cox,
Dianne Fuller, Dawn Haas,
Sarah Drummond, Laura
Brown, Megan Dunn and
Deb Reiter.
Other Business
In other business, the
school board:
•Heard continued concerns from Mrs. Koch
about the significant
increase in discipline and
behavior problems at the
More than 100 works on display
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It’s on the
By Richard Staffan
The Rossford Eagles will
have karaoke Saturday, June
1, from 7:30 until 11:30 p.m.,
with Karaoke Steve. The
snack bar will be open from
6 until 8 p.m.
The Eagles will have a
taco night on Tuesday, June
4, from 5 until 9 p.m. This is
open to the public.
The Aerie men will hold a
meeting on Thursday, June 6,
from 8 until 9:15 p.m.
On Sunday, June 9, the
Eagles will hold the district
meeting at 2 p.m. They also
will hold initiation of new
members. Please attend.
In Eagle golf news, the
top scores were: skin winners—Chuck Hoagland, #1;
Jerry Bohner, #4; Jim Lawson, #6; Duwayne St. Johns,
#8 with an eagle; Jay St.
Johns, #98; no winners for
par 3; mystery score, Dick
Staffan, and 50/50, Eddie
Beason. A big thanks to Bob
Herroon and Danny Day, our
van drivers for our golf trip in
Florida.
The Eagle quote of the
week is, “The rich don’t care
about universal health care,
because they’ve got universal
wealth care.” See you at the
club.
Historical center and museum
to host Wood County Heritage Days
The annual Wood County
Heritage Days will be held
June 8 and 9, at the Wood
County Historical Center and
Museum, 13660 County
Home Road in Bowling
Green.
From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
each day, visitors can make
rope, soap and candles, and
enjoy historic demonstrations, farm animals, live
music and other activities.
A Power of Yesteryear antique tractor show will feature
steel wheel tractors and planting equipment with demonstrations of corn shelling and
milling using tractor power.
The program is free and
open to the public.
Highlights include a tractor parade at 12:30 p.m. both
days; a kiddie pedal pull at 2
p.m. both days, with registration at 1 p.m.; a working train
display from the Northwest
Ohio Railroad Association;
barbecue fund-raiser and
homemade pie on Sunday,
from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.,
and the Spirit of Wood
County Awards presentation
on Sunday, from 2 to 4 p.m.
For a complete list of the
weekend’s activities, visit
woodcountyhistory.org or call
the museum at 419-352-0967.
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Rossford Police Reports
and Auxiliary
May 1: 600 block Superior
Street, juvenile assault, referred to Wood County juvenile prosecutor.
Valley/Schreier roads, dog
running at large.
200 block Bacon Street, arrested Jason M. Barrett, 33,
Bergin Street, Rossford, disorderly conduct, dog running at
large.
May 2: 100 block Cherry
Lane, trailer parked in driveway.
500 block Highland, boat
parked in driveway.
100 block Homestead, boat
parked in front yard.
600 block Glenwood Road,
telecommunications harassment.
200 block Dixie Highway,
found bank card, returned to
owner.
800 block Dixie Highway,
criminal trespassing,
May 3: Warrant arrest, failure to appear, Timothy J. Cole,
55, Jackman Road, Toledo.
Unit block Vineyard, theft.
May 4: 700 block Glenwood Road, dog running at
large.
500 block Superior Street,
domestic dispute.
100 block Helen Drive,
criminal damaging.
May 5: 100 block Walnut
Street, arrested Schavanna G.
McKee, 46, Walnut Street,
Rossford, possession of drugs
and drug paraphernalia.
100 block Glenwood Road,
open burning.
May 6: 700 block Glenwood Road, two junk vehicles
on property.
500 block Eagle Point
Road, theft of debit card.
Warrant arrest, failure to
appear, Thomas A. Watkins,
53, Holyoke Drive, Toledo.
Dixie Highway at Bergin
Street, arrested Roye K. Durden, 66, Osborn Street, Rossford, operating a vehicle under
the influence.
May 7: 100 block Helen,
junk vehicle without license
plates.
500 block Superior, junk
vehicle with heavy damage
and no proper registration.
700 block West Ironwood,
theft.
600 block Marilyn, arrested Craig L. Tymiak, 57,
Marilyn Drive, Rossford, domestic violence.
May 8: 400 block Maple
Street, junk vehicle.
400 block Maple Street,
junk vehicle with flat tire.
May 9: Unit block Rossway, menacing.
600 block Marilyn Drive,
domestic dispute.
900 block Carol Circle,
dog at large.
May 11: Dixie Highway
and Maple Street, arrested
Beatrice Rodriguez, 58, Jackman Road, Toledo, operating a
vehicle under the influence.
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Mazur, Walter Mazurek,
Bartholomew J. Radocy, Emil
A. Seman, John Shufritz, Mike
Strahosky, William F. Strock,
John Szul, Eugene V. Turner,
Benjamin Walla, Robert P.
Walla, Walter J. Zuchowski.
Korean Service–James M.
Rickard, George E. Tucker,
and William E. Stock.
Vietnam Service– Richard
W. Felt and Timothy T.
Williams.
Iraq and Afghanistan Service–Thomas P. Belkofer,
David R. Christoff and Daniel
E. Miller.
Ross
Township–Merl
Boyer, William T. Coy, Frank
Harpel, John Kobylak, Earl J.
Leatherman, Lloyd M. Martin,
Raymond Rideout, Gerald O.
Schultz and William E.
Vykopal.
Members of the VFW and
American Legion who died in
the past year also were remembered: William Ceparski, John
Coons, George Guest, Ernie
Lorenc, William Santus and
Burdette Waxler. Mayor Neil
MacKinnon III thanked the
American Legion and VFW
posts for coordinating the Memorial Day annual event.
Richard DeVaul, American
Legion commander, presented
a new U.S. flag to the mayor.
“This symbolizes the free-
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500 block Lime City Road,
arrested Nicole L. Kamper, 26,
Lime City Road, Rossford, operating a vehicle under the influence.
1200 block Schreier Road,
assault.
600 block Bruns Drive,
criminal mischief.
Warrant arrest, failure to
appear, Ahshantel N. Cobb,
24, Superior Street, Rossford.
Dixie Highway and Bergin
Street, two dogs running at
large.
May 12: 100 block Elm
Street, criminal damage.
600 block Bruns Drive,
telecommunications harassment.
May 13: 900 block Orchard, barking dog.
Warrant arrest, failure to
appear, Owen J. Dotson, 22,
Colima Drive, Toledo.
Unit block Rossway, violation of protection order.
May 14: 100 block Jennings, identity fraud.
700 block Superior Street,
juvenile menacing.
400 block Glenwood Road,
domestic dispute.
600 block Dixie Highway,
arrested Charles R. Deshetler,
34, West Elmtree Road, Rossford, disorderly conduct.
May 15: 100 block Harbor
Point, two dogs running at
large, no dog licenses.
May 17: 10000 block Olde
U.S. 20, theft.
Memorial Day events honor veterans of many wars
dom of our great country,” Mr.
DeVaul said.
The flag will be flown at
the municipal building.
“What a beautiful day, but
what a solemn day,” Mayor
MacKinnon said. “We thank
those who gave the ultimate
sacrifice, we thank all veterans
and all their family members.”
All Saints pastor Father
Kent Kaufman gave the invocation and benediction for the
ceremony.
The ceremony was preceded by a parade through
town, featuring local veterans,
Rossford police and firefighters, Boy Scouts and the RHS
band, which also played a
medley of patriotic songs during the ceremony.
Veterans
organization
members participating in the
ceremony included Kevin
Weaks, Dennis Blair and Bill
Verbosky of the Sons of the
American Legion, along with
Mary Jo Anderson, Kathy
James, Patti Anderson and
Kathy Middlebrooks of the
American Legion Post 533
Auxiliary.
way Avenue, speed, $45 fine.
Dawn M. Haas, Rosedale
Place, stop sign, $45 fine.
Gary B. Runnels, Indian
Ridge Trail, operating a vehicle under the influence,
$375 fine, 33 days jail, 30
suspended, six month license
suspension.
Kari M. Rojas, Bacon
Street, one way street, $45
fine.
Jonathan T. Jacob, Orchard Drive, speed, $47 fine.
Perrysburg Township
conducts traffic blitz
The Perrysburg Township Police Department is
conducting a traffic enforcement blitz through June 2 as
part of the “Click It or
Ticket” annual campaign.
Township officers are
targeting Oregon Road, U.S.
Route 20 and state routes
25, 795 and 65.
Officers are looking for
impaired drivers, enforcing
traffic laws and monitoring
speed and safety belt violations.
Perrysburg Township received a grant to conduct
traffic enforcement from the
Ohio Department of Public
Safety/Governor’s Highway
Safety Office in conjunction
with the National Highway
Traffic Safety Administration.
The grants run through
September 2013, and funds
are used to conduct selective
traffic enforcement in the
township.
Rossford Police Dept.
to offer Safety Town
The Rossford Police Department will hold its annual
Safety Town program from
June 17 to 21, at Indian Hills
Elementary School, 401 Glenwood Road.
The program is offered to
all children enrolled in kindergarten who reside in the Rossford School District or are
enrolled in Rossford Schools
or All Saints Elementary
School.
There is one session of
Safety Town offered from 9 to
11:30 a.m.
The program is designed
to help children deal with situations that they have not yet
encountered regarding safety
in the home, on the playground and in the street.
The program will be
taught by staff members of
Rossford schools, with a limit
of 15 children in each classroom.
The cost is $25 per child.
The registration form below
may be used or contact the police department or local elementary schools.
Checks and registration
forms are due before June 12
at the police department.
Registration is on a first
come, first-served basis.
For more information, call
the Rossford Police Department at 419-666-7390.
Safety Town Registration Form
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finalized in Perrysburg Municipal Court April 20 to 26,
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Chelsie Fleming
receives degree
from Jamestown
Chelsie Fleming, of Rossford, was one of 160 students
who received degrees at
Jamestown College’s spring
commencement ceremonies.
She received a bachelor of
arts degree in psychology.
The college is located in
Jamestown, North Dakota.
Melanie Sayre
receives degree
from Davenport
Melanie Sayre, of Rossford, recently graduated
from Davenport University.
Nearly 1,000 students
participated in the graduation ceremonies held in
downtown Grand Rapids,
Michigan.
All Saints Catholic School students enjoy
living history at Zimmerman School
The fourth grade class at All Saints Catholic School
recently visited the Zimmerman’s one-room school
house in Bowling Green, Ohio. The Zimmerman School
is representative of life from 1892 through 1923. The students learned about the way children learned in the late
1800s from reading the novel “Sarah Plain and Tall.”
They were given the option to dress as students did
during this era. They made can lunch pails and could
only pack foods that were eaten by students during this
time in history.
At the school house, they started the day with the
Pledge of Allegiance and prayer. The lessons taught
were Religion, Reading (McGuffey readers), Writing and
Arithmetic. For recess they played the game Kick the
Can. The students also made their own chalk for the
slate chalkboards and butter for their snack.
Towne Club to meet Thurs., June 6 British car show
Towne Club of Toledo, a women’s social and philanthropic
club, will meet Thursday, June 6 at Carranor Hunt and Polo
Club in Perrysburg.
Cards will begin at 10 a.m., followed by a luncheon at
noon. The meeting will include installation of new officers and
past presidents will be honored.
This year’s charity that the club is supporting is St. Paul’s
Community Center in Toledo. A donation check will be presented to the community center.
New club members are welcome. For more information,
call 419-491-1631.
set for June 2
The annual Lake Erie
British Car Show will be held
Sunday, June 2, at Fort Meigs
in Perrysburg.
Approximately 190 classic
British cars will be on display
through 3 p.m. There also will
be food and memorabilia vendors.
There is no charge for spectators.
Point fifth graders participated in a D.A.R.E. gradu- on handling peer pressure and choosing good friends.
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Ohio Northern University posts spring semester dean’s list
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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 non-members.
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 an e-mail to
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been named to the dean’s list
for the spring semester at
Ohio Northern University.
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July 8 to 12. The theme is
“Life in Early Northwest
Ohio.”
Participants will learn
about the Erie Canal, Black
Swamp stories, local Native
Americans and visit Fort
Meigs. The hands-on program also includes music
and crafts.
The camp, for children
ages 8 to 12, is sponsored
by the Northwest Ohio
Conservative Coalition. The
cost is $15 per child.
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SPLASH offered
at YMCA in June
SPLASH will be held at the
Fort Meigs YMCA the week of
June 17-21. The program is
free and open to the public.
Children ages 6 months to
12 years old are welcome to
register for the 30-minute
classes which are held for all
five days.
Lessons cover basic swimming skills, water safety education as well as tips for parents.
SPLASH is held at eight of
the YMCA/JCC locations. To
register, call the Fort Meigs
YMCA at 419-251-9622 or
visit the Fort Meigs YMCA at
13415 Eckel Junction Road,
Perrysburg.
Eagle Point holds fifth grade D.A.R.E. graduation
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Obituaries
Rossford Senior Center
The Wood County Committee on Aging
400 Dixie Highway • 419-666-8494
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Programs and lunches for all area residents at least 60 years of age.
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
Monday-Friday for homebound seniors in Wood
County who are unable to
prepare meals for themselves.
Frozen meals are available
School year
is coming
to an end...
Tutoring for all
ages available.
Math a
specialty!
Next ACT Test
is June 8
Test Prep Available
419-873-6121
134 W. South Boundary
Suite H, Perrysburg, OH
[email protected]
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, June 3
Noon menu–Stuffed Pepper or Turkey Casserole,
mixed vegetables, macaroni
salad, citrus sections, apple
crunch.
•9:30 a.m.–Body Recall
•Noon–Mondays with the
Mayor. Have lunch with
Mayor Neil McKinnon and
bring any questions or concerns for him to address.
Tuesday, June 4
Noon menu–Chicken Paprikash or Meatloaf, noodles,
lima beans, Betty’s salad,
pears.
•12:30 p.m.–Root Beer
Floats sponsored by Perrysburg Commons.
Wednesday, June 5
Noon menu–Hot Dog or
Hamburger, baked beans,
broccoli salad, banana,
cookie.
•9:30 a.m.–Body Recall
•12:30
p.m.–Program:
“Contradictions of Taking
Supplements” with Kelly
Shank of Orchard Villa.
Learn the importance of
knowing exactly what you
are taking and possible reactions with your prescribed
medications.
Thursday, June 6
Noon
menu–Baked
Chicken or Pork Ribette, Au
Gratin potatoes, Heritage
coleslaw, strawberries and
blueberries on a biscuit.
•12:30 p.m.–Menu Talk
with
Angie
Bradford,
WCCOA director of food
services. Learn how menus
are planned, meals are prepared. Participants can ask
questions and offer suggestions.
See us for Window
& Screen Repair
Cut Glass
Glass for Picture Frames
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217 W. Third Street, Perrysburg
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Friday, June 7
Noon menu–Chef Salad
with Turkey or Tuna Salad on
lettuce, cantaloupe and
grapes, blueberry muffin.
•9:30 a.m.–Body Recall
•11 a.m.–W.W. Knight
Park Walk. Leave the center
at 10:30 a.m. for the park on
White Road. Participants will
enjoy a guided walk through
the park. Transportation is
available for five; carpooling
is encouraged. Plan to go out
for lunch afterwards. Registration is required.
Upcoming Events
•June 10, at 12:30
p.m.–Program: “Passport,
What is It?” with Lisa Myers,
LISW-S, WCCOA. Learn
more about this valuable program that provides in-home
care and resources for income
eligible older adults.
•June 11, at noon–Rossford Senior Club.
•June 12, at 12:30
p.m–Program: “Tornado
Safety” with Rossford Police
Chief Glenn Goss. He will review tornado safety tips.
•June 13, at 12:30
p.m.–Program: “Ohio Presidents and Their First Ladies.
Learn
about
President
Ulysses S. Grant.
•June 14, at 12:30
p.m.–Father’s Day Tribute.
Join the fun as we honor all
Dads today. The program is
sponsored by Heartland of
Perrysburg.
•June 18, at 9 a.m.–Breakfast Bunch at the Bulldog
Diner, Dixie Highway, Rossford. Start the day right with a
great breakfast and good
friends.
•June 18, at 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.
•June 19 at noon–Birthday
Celebration with gift bags
courtesy of Perrysburg Care
and Rehabilitation Center.
Those with June birthdays
should register in advance.
•June 20, at 12:30
p.m.–Program: “America the
Beautiful: Washington.” Join
us as we continue our series
with the great state of Washington.
•June 25, at noon–Rossford Senior Club.
•June 26, from 10 a.m. to
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•EVA THAYER
Eva Thayer, 98, died
Wednesday, May 22, 2013, in
San Antonio, Texas. She was
born in Leesville, Ohio, on
November 21, 1914, to Leslie
and Tacy Smith. She spent
her youth in and around
Galion, Ohio, graduating
from Galion High School in
1932. She graduated cum
laude from Michigan State
University in 1938 with a
bachelor of science degree
from the College of Natural
Sciences.
She married Arthur
Thayer in 1940 in East Lansing, Michigan, at the Peoples
Church at Michigan State.
She is the author and
composer of the MeLand series of children’s books.
She is survived by her
sons, Bill (Elaine) Thayer,
Ted Thayer and Candace;
daughters, Jean (Dave) Hash,
and Susan Wallace; 11 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.
A family memorial service will be held in Spruce,
Arrangements
Michigan.
were made by the Porter Loring Mortuary North, San Antonio.
Memorial donations may
be given to Michigan State
University A500, The College of Natural Sciences,
www.givingto.msu.edu/gift.
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Obituary Policy
Many newspapers now
charge for obituaries. As a
service to the community,
the Rossford Record Journal provides free obituaries.
These obituaries, however, should conform to our
style. Limited details about
the deceased person’s personal life are allowed;
please state them objectively.
noon–Blood glucose and
blood pressure clinic. To help
defray the cost of supplies, a
donation of $1 for testing of
blood glucose is suggested.
•June 26, at 12:30
p.m.–Program: “Why Do We
Say It?” with Ed Tucholski.
Have you ever wondered
where certain phrases we say
come from? Attend this session to learn where they originated and why we say them.
•June 27 at 12:45
p.m.–Bingo with prizes sponsored by Perrysburg Commons.
•June 28 at 1 p.m.–Cornhole. Join us for a friendly
bean bag toss game with
friends.
Rossford UM
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.” 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 419266-9091 or Patsy at 419261-3601.
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•JOHN REISNER
John J. Reisner died Friday, May 24, 2013. A longtime resident of Northwood,
Ohio, he was born March 28,
1926, in Toledo, to John and
Agnes Reisner. He was a
graduate of Clay High School
and earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering
from the University of
Toledo. He served in the
United States Air Force from
1944 to 1946.
On November 22, 1947,
he married Violet. He was
employed by the LibbeyOwens-Ford Glass Co. for
more than 30 years, ultimately attaining the position
of maintenance supervisor of
Plant 8. After retirement, he
pursued a career as a salesman for several companies,
including Silvertop and
Hoffner HLT.
Mr. Reisner was a lifetime
member of the former SS.
Cyril and Methodius Catholic
Church and more recently
was a member of St. Aloysius
parish in Bowling Green.
He was a fourth degree
life member of the Knights of
Columbus, as well as a lifetime member of Lodge
Maumee #374 CSA.
He enjoyed golfing, fishing, bowling, Tiger’s Baseball, a good game of poker or
euchre, and most recently,
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bingo. Mr. and Mrs. Reisner
cherished their many trips to
Bonita Beach, Florida,
cruises with friends, going to
casinos, and other extensive
travel throughout the United
States and Hawaii. He enjoyed spending time with his
family, summer barbecues,
family reunions, birthday
parties, holidays, trips to
Cedar Point and Put-in-Bay,
and cottages on the lake.
Mr. Reisner is survived by
his
children,
Jeanne
Heintschel, Shirley (Ed)
Berndt, and John (Leslie)
Reisner; grandchildren, Eric
Heintschel,
Matthew
Heintschel (Alicia), Julie
(Rich) Hansen, Jeremy
Berndt and Alexandra Reisner (Johnny); great-grandchildren, Alyssa, Samantha,
Logan, Mason, Alexis, John,
Jake, Chloe, Max, Gusi and
Kat; sister, Jane Reinke; sister-in-law, Donna Reisner;
brother-in-law and sister-inlaw, Joseph (Betty) Koluch,
and many cousins, nieces and
nephews. He was preceded
in death by his wife of 64
years, Violet, in February
2012, and his brother, Emil.
Family and friends may
visit at the Sujkowski Funeral Home of Rossford, 830
Lime City Road on Thursday,
May 30, 2013 from 3 to 8
p.m.. with a prayer service at
7:30 p.m. On Friday, May
31, visitation will begin at 10
a.m., followed by a Memorial
Service to be celebrated at 11
a.m. with Deacon Philip
Avina officiating. Interment
will be private.
The family suggests that
those wishing to make a memorial contribution in Mr.
Reisner’s memory consider
the Bowling Green Manor
Activities Fund, or an organization of the donor’s choice.
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IN THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE
ROSSFORD FIRST
BAPTIST CHURCH
157 Bergin Street
Rossford, Ohio 43460
Phone 419-666-9447
Rev. Alexander Sheares
SUNDAY
9:00 a.m. Sunday School
10:45 a.m. Worship Service
WEDNESDAY
6:00 p.m. Prayer Service,
Testifying and Bible Study
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
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
ST. JOHN’S
LUTHERAN CHURCH
U.S. 20 and Route 163
Stony Ridge, Ohio
Phone: (419) 837-5115
Daniel G. Beaudoin, Pastor
SUNDAY
8:30 a.m. Contemporary
Worship
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
10:45 a.m. Traditional Worship
inspiring 5:15
engaging 7
relevant 9
casual 10::45
SATURDAYS
dors, historic displays and
food.
Information and applications for events are available
online at www.walbridge
cent.com or at the Walbridge
Branch Library. There will
be a “Miss Village of Walbridge” contest, craft/business/health vendors and
parade.
Opening ceremonies will
be held Thursday, July 4, at
noon, with the crowning of
Miss Village of Walbridge.
There also will be a family
fun day with a talent show at
1:30 p.m.
Live entertainment will
be held Friday and Saturday
evenings.
The parade begins at 11
a.m. on Saturday, July 5. Afternoon events include a senior and family health and
safety day.
Memorabilia, including
commemorative memorial
bricks for Loop Park, the
Walbridge/Lake
Alumni
photo book with senior
classes from 1911-2012,
centennial t-shirts, souvenir
historical booklets, cup
kozies, and cookbooks are
available on line.
Area residents are invited
to share their memories on
the “I remember Walbridge
when…” forms or bring photos and memorabilia in to be
scanned at the Walbridge Library.
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
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experience it
These times are for all campuses
and the message is identical.
Walbridge plans events
for centennial celebration
Walbridge, Ohio, is celebrating its centennial year of
incorporation with several
upcoming events.
On June 1, a fund-raising
sock hop/car show will be
held at the former Walbridge
School Gym (the Walbridge
Center), 200 East Union
Street, from 6 to 10 a.m. Admission is a $5 donation. Attendees are asked to dress in
’50s/’60s attire. There will
be food, an auction, DJ and
contests.
On Saturday, June 8, a
Centennial Wedding Renewal Ceremony will be held
at Grace Bible Baptist
Church, 116 East Union
Street. Current Pastor David
Stogsdill and the Centennial
Committee invite all married
couples to renew their wedding vows. There is no cost
to participate. The event will
begin at 11:45 a.m. Couples
may dress as they wish, and
may bring family or friends
to witness. Couples will receive a certificate of renewal.
Refreshments will be served.
For more information, call
the Walbridge Centennial
Committee at 419-913-3719,
or send an e-mail to Pastor
Stogsdill at [email protected]
bbc.net
Weekend festivities for
July 4-6 will be held at Loop
Park, from noon to 11 p.m.
each day, with continuous
entertainment, rides, ven-
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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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”
Attend the Church
of Your Choice
Summer programs offered at Magee Marsh
Many free family fun programs will be offered at
Magee Marsh Wildlife Area,
located in Ottawa County.
The schedule follows:
June 1–Nature at Night at
9 p.m., at the Bird Center.
Discover the sounds of the
marsh at night.
June 7 and 21–Growing Up
Wild, preschool nature based
activities from 10 to 10:45 a.m.
June 15–Kids Fishing Day
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fish
for catfish, bass and bluegills;
poles and the bait will be provided.
June 22–Butterfly ID
Workshop from 1 to 3 p.m.
at Ottawa NWR, inside and
field session.
June 29–Seasons of
Magee walk at 10 a.m. Meet
at the Bird Center.
July 12 and 26–Growing
Up Wild, preschool nature
based activities from 10 to
10:45 a.m.
July 20–Bugfest. Visit five
stations to learn about the fas-
cinating world of insects.
July 27–North American
Butterfly County, from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. Everyone welcome.
Magee Marsh Wildlife
Area is located at 13229 West
State Route 2, Oak Harbor.
For more information, call
Mary at Magee Marsh, at
419-898-0960, extension 31.
Have a news tip?
Do you have an idea for a good story in the Rossford
community?
Call the Journal at 419-874-4491 or send an e-mail
with your news to [email protected]
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loan at a rate of 3.99%, loan to value (LTV) not to exceed 90% and a term of 30 years with estimated closing cost
of $999, annual percentage rate (APR) of 4.002%, monthly payments of $1,988.42. ***Based on a $417,000 loan
at a rate of 2.99%, loan to value (LTV) not to exceed 90% and a term of 15 years with estimated closing cost of
$999, annual percentage rate (APR) of 3.010%, monthly payments of $2,877.72.
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thrive. Call Tyler at Poolman
Lawn & Landscape LLC for
your
free
estimate.
419-874-8744.
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.
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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Bush Trimming & Snow Removal. 419-704-1597
•Powerwashing •Decks
•Plaster/Drywall Repair
419-874-2251
Senior Discount
SZYMANSKI
HOME PAINTING
46 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Specializing in: Aluminum,
Refinishing, Wood, Brick
& Stucco
Call
419-666-5369
419-509-5284
INTERIOR
PAINTING,
neat, experienced. References.
Free
estimates.
Donna,
419-476-1173, 419-250-4504.
MULCH, STONE, topsoil
delivery. Competitive rates,
fast service. Poolman Lawn &
Landscape LLC. 419-8748744.
WHEELCHAIR RAMPS,
stair lifts, walk-in bathtubs and
showers. Wagner Builders,
419-409-3009.
BDRY BASEMENT Waterproofing. Life of structure
warranty. 419-891-0856. 419787-6020. www.bdrynwohio
.com
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
PIANO TUNING, repairs,
sales. 419-754-7530, 419-3506281. www.beeleypiano.com.
DON’S DRYWALL and
plaster repair. Resurfacing,
texturing. Free estimates,
seven days. 419-476-0145.
BASEMENT
WATERPROOFING, wall repair.
Reasonable rates. 30 years experience. Many Perrysburg references. Licensed and insured.
Call anytime, 419-874-2802.
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.
Got Weeds?
STEVE’S DRYWALL, spray
ceilings, texture walls, all
patchwork.
Call
Steve,
419-873-8025.
Sue’s Etcetera!
Your Personal Gardening Service.
Specializing in the Detailed
Maintenance of your Landscape and Garden Beds.
Serving NW Ohio and SE Michigan
for over 10 years.
Fully Insured
419-727-8734
www.suesetc.com
Tree Trimming, Stump and Tree Removal
Firewood: Indoor & Outdoor Burner & Campfire Wood
Call Today: 419-874-0484 Fully Insured
METZGER PAINTING
& Wallpapering
EXTERIOR PAINTING
TERMINATORS
419-874-8119
Small Jobs Are Our Specialty
Patch Drywall and Plaster
All Textures Perfectly Matched
All Work Guaranteed
www.yourdrywall.com
Shawnee Trace
Annual
Neighborhood Sale
Saturday, June 1 • 8-4
Multi-Family
THE CLASSIFIEDS
SERVE EVERYONE
PER RYSBU RG
ELECTRIC
HELP WANTED
BUSINESS SERVICES GARAGE SALES
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS
LAWN MOWING, reasonable rates, quality service. Free
estimates. Poolman Lawn &
Landscape LLC. 419-8748744.
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.
CONCRETE WORK. Driveways, patios, sidewalks. Cement mason since 1985.
Call Paul 419-327-0883.
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.
10279 NORTH Bramblewood. Thursday-Friday, 9-4.
Multi-family.
Household
items, toys, boys 3T-7 clothes,
many miscellaneous items.
SEAL AND repair asphalt
driveways and parking lots.
Hot rubber crack filler. Reasonable rates. Free estimates.
Call Sam 419-478-1144.
106 SECOR Woods Lane,
Thursday-Saturday, 9-3. Two
family, teen/kids clothes,
toys, AC units, Thomas table, much more.
EDGING, FLOWERBEDS,
sidewalks, walks. Call Don,
419-708-3855.
115 WEST 7th Street. Friday,
9-4; Saturday, 9-2. Nice kids
clothes, toys, housewares, miscellaneous.
COLLEGE
GRADUATE
looking for yard jobs. Grass
cutting, mulching, hedges
and lawn clean-ups. Experienced, dependable, reasonable.
Call
Jamie,
419-704-4763.
LANDSCAPING,
YARD
clean-up, bushes and shrubs
trimmed or removed, mulching, edging. Call Don,
419-708-3855.
References
available.
UPHOLSTERY, YOUR fabric or mine. Reasonable.
419-874-5747.
PAINTING AND Wallpapering. Professional, quality work.
Removal, wall repair. Brian,
419-297-9686.
LAWN MOWING. Reliable
and experienced. 419-9730043 or 419-872-1687.
MICHAEL’S
EXCAVATING. Sand, stone, topsoil, excavating. Free estimates. Insured. 419-344-1872.
AERATING, GET on list.
Reasonable. 419-874-7763.
A&J ROOFING and Siding.
Call for free estimates.
567-288-1500.
STUMP, TREE and shrub
removal. Free estimates.
Poolman Lawn & Landscape
LLC. 419-874-8744.
EXPERIENCED CARPENTER specializing in finish
work, custom furniture, quality
woodworking, home repairs.
Jeff Hoile, 419-265-2999 or
419-874-1819.
13600 ROACHTON, close to
Fort Meigs Road. Friday-Saturday, 9-2. Downsizing. My
stuff could be your treasure.
1674 FOX Run, June 1, 9-1.
Two-family. Sage green sectional, area rugs, 3 different
kitchen/dining room tables and
chairs. Rattan swivel chair
with cushion. Everything goes.
209 EAST Fifth Street, June
7-9, 9-4. Please park in front of
home or alley behind. Men’s
hunting apparel, waders, hunting jacket, Harley leather
jacket,
Harley
patches,
women’s Don Caster clothing,
Champion juicer, children’s
toys, pet supplies, ladies ski
clothes. Many Christmas
items, linens and more.
26582 CARRONADE, Friday-Saturday, 9-4. Name
brand kid clothes, baby gear
and toys.
28151 WHITE Road, Friday-Saturday, 9-3.
29019
HUFFORD,
Thursday-Saturday,
9-4.
Dressers, desk and chair, file
cabinets, bikes, household, decor, swingset, slide, clothing.
Four-family sale.
326 EAST Indiana Avenue,
behind Zoar Church. Thursday-Friday, 9-6. Multi-family
garage sale. Co-motion tandem
and touring bags, reclining
sofa, table, dishes, glassware,
tea pots, microwave, sewing
table, jewelry, Christmas decorations and much more.
A-1 GUTTER CLEANING.
Debris taken away; tower removal. Insured. 419-865-1941.
551 EAST 2nd Street, Saturday, 9-2. Household items,
toys, kids books, furniture,
etc.
ELECTRICIAN, 30 years experience. Residential and commercial. 419-704-7201.
645
MARILYN,
May
30-31, 9-3. June 1, 9-1. Huge
multi family sale.
LAWN MOWING, experienced, reasonable , estimates.
Call or text Justin 419-3092002.
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.
CARPET, VINYL, laminate,
ceramic tile. Certified and insured. Installation. Free estimates and affordable prices.
419-269-1838.
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.
LAWN MOWING. Residential lawns. Reliable service,
quality work. Reasonable
prices. Call Don, 419-7083855.
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.
SCHALLER TRUCKING.
Delivering stone, sand and topsoil for life’s little projects.
419-666-7642, 419-392-7642.
HANDYMAN.
EXPERIENCED, references, reasonable. No job too small. Dave
419-823-8033.
HURLEY’S INTERIOR/exterior painting. Reasonable
prices. 20 years experience.
Free estimates. Call 419-8826753.
FOR SALE
DINING ROOM outfit, rectangular table with leaf, 4
chairs; hutch with glass doors.
$450. 419-206-8345.
FIREWOOD, SEASONED,
4’ high x 8’ long stack, $80.
419-409-0252 or 419-4090250.
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.
CARRINGTON WOODS
Subdivision annual sale, May
30-31, 8-3. June 1, 8-noon if
anything is left.
PERRYSBURG ROTARY
Club 9th annual garage sale.
Huge, commuity-wide sale.
20,000 square-feet of items.
Furniture, clothes, books, toys
and lots more. Saturday, June
1, 8am-2pm at Commodore
Building, Perrysburg, corner of
Louisiana and Indiana Avenue.
VILLAGE AT River Place
Condos, off Eckel Junction.
May 31-June 1, 9-5. Miscellaneous items. Something for
everyone.
TURNBURY, OFF Eckel
Junction, Village at River
Place Condos (several condos). Friday, May 31 and Saturday, June 1, 9-2. At 519
Turnbury: Amish oak furniture, air compressor, tools.
WEXFORD ANNUAL garage sales. Off Eckel Junction
between 199 and Thompson,
Perrysburg. Friday-Saturday,
9-5.
MOVING/ESTATE
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.
Park Construction Specialist. Full time. Must have
experience in all phases of residential and commercial construction including framing, siding, basic
plumbing and electric, concrete and masonry. Must
be able to routinely lift 80 lbs. and have a high school
diploma. Preferred qualifications include five years
park maintenance or construction experience and
welding and metal fabrication knowledge. Starting
pay: $12.54/hr. Complete job description and application can be found at: www.wcparks.org. Please
send resume and references by June 5, 2013 to
Wood County Park District, 18729 Mercer Rd., Bowling Green, OH 43402 or email [email protected]
Power Equipment Parts Associate
The Andersons Mower Center is seeking sales driven
individuals to serve our customers on a part-time basis up to
28 hours per week. Parts Associate wages begin at $10.84 per
hour. Computer, communication and power equipment experience is preferred. We offer training, and flexible scheduling.
EOE.
Apply in person before June 9, 2013 to:
[email protected]
The Andersons Mower Center
1220 Ford Street, Maumee, OH 43537
Phone 419-893-1199
Drivers & Dispatchers wanted for Perrysburg Transit
Ride Right transportation is currently accepting applications for drivers and dispatchers in Perrysburg. Full and
part time positions are available.
Applicants for the driver position must have a good driving
record and the ability to pass background check, DOT preemployment physical, and drug/alcohol testing.
Applicants for the dispatcher position must have computer
skills and be proficient in Microsoft Excel.
Apply in person only:
Ride Right
116 W. 3rd Street
Applications accepted:
Thursday, May 30 - 8am to 5pm
Friday, May 31 - 8am to noon
Cook Posting
A 40 hours per week position (Monday through Friday) at the
Wood County Committee on Aging’s Production Kitchen in
Bowling Green. Responsibilities include preparation of
appealing and nutritious meals in compliance with all guidelines and procedures of the Wood County Committee on
Aging.
Qualifications and Essential Skills:
Must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent. Minimum of two years experience in bulk food preparation. Must
successfully complete required ServSafe for Managers food
service training. Must be proficient with basic reading and
math functions.
Minimum Requirements:
Must have a proven record of working harmoniously with
older adults as well as colleagues. Must be eligible for bonding
and insurable under agency policy. Must possess a valid Ohio
Driver’s license with proof of auto insurance (state minimum).
Must meet the requirements contained in Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) 173-3-06.6 (B)(3). Compliance shall be
reviewed not less than annually. Must successfully complete
Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) records check, as
defined in OAC 173-9-01.
Abilities Required:
Must demonstrate fluency in English, both written and oral.
Requires lifting, bending, stooping, reaching, and standing for
extended periods of time, and carrying hot pans/trays of food.
Must be able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds consistently.
Requires normal range of hearing and vision. Must be able to
work in kitchen environment with heat and steam.
Agency application available at the Wood County Committee
on Aging, 305 N. Main St., Bowling Green, Ohio, by calling
419-353-5661, or at www.wccoa.net. Application must be
received by 4:00 pm, Friday, June 7, 2013 EOE
TRAINCO
TRUCK DRIVING SCHOOL
Day • Eves • Weekend Class
Job Placement
Company Paid Training
Call 419-837-5730
Train Locally-Save Hassle
PERRYSBURG CAMPUS
F
www.traincoinc.com
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!!
Call: 715-876-4000
WE ARE COMFORT KEEPERS®
EXPERIENCE THE
JOYS AND REWARDS
Are you ready to make a
difference in someone’s life?
We’re looking for honest,
compassionate, reliable
people to take care of
our clients. Earn a wage for
doing something you already
enjoy doing. To learn what
becoming a Comfort
Keeper® is all about, visit
www.ahandinthehome.org.
109 W. 5th St.
Perrysburg, OH 43551
GOODWILL LOCATION
Driver. Goodwill now hiring a
full time class A CDL driver
for our Toledo and Bowling
Green Hubs. Local and no
overnight travel with most
weekends off. Starting wage
$20,800. Competitive benefits
package is offered including
healthcare, vision, Rx, dental,
retirement, paid vacations and
sick leave. Please send resumes to Goodwill, 626 N.
Huron, Toledo, Ohio 43604
Attn: S. Semer or email resume to: [email protected]
nwohio.org.
LOOKING FOR in home
childcare for my infant, starting in July. 419-344-6895.
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 419360-0700.
SALES / MANAGEMENT
ASSOCIATE. Full-time/parttime. Organized, computer
literate and aggresive. 419-8730454. [email protected]
ROOF LOADER / CDL
Trainee. $45,000-$50,000. Local positions, be home every
night. Delivery of roofing supplies-repetitive, heavy lifting
and roof walking. Clean driving record required. Great
benefits and OT. Apply in person or online. Wimsatt Building Materials, 26440 Southpoint Road, Perrysburg, Ohio
43551. [email protected]
.com.
SUMMER CHILDCARE assistance and transportation to
activities needed for children
age 7-12 at Perrysburg home.
20+ hours per week. E-mail
[email protected]
if interested.
WAITRESSES / COOKS,
PT/FT, have transportation.
419-873-0454. [email protected]
.com.
BOATS
2000 12 ft. Pelican, Jon
boat. 1953 Evinrude motor,
rebuilt. Great little motor.
$1,500. 419-377-1980.
USED CARS
LOOKING FOR cars/trucks.
Call before selling or trading.
419-297-9709.
2007 CHRYSLER Town
and Counrty, Limited, extended wagon, stow and go,
leather,
loaded,
74K.
$14,500
OBO.
419-343-3797.
1998 CADILLAC Eldorado,
white with tan interior, 76,000
miles, original owner, $7,000.
Call 419-206-8345 if interested.
2004 JAGUAR S-type, charcoal, loaded, 115K miles,
$9,777 OBO. 419-283-4606.
WANTED TO BUY
BUYING MOST items from
garages. Vehicles, motorcycles, tools, mowers, etc.
419-870-0163.
A MECHANIC buys vehicles; looks, pays accordingly,
anything
with
wheels.
419-870-0163.
BUYING OLD guitars, amps,
antiques and unusual. Will
help clean attic and basement.
419-874-9119.
LOOKING FOR great things
to buy or consign. Collections
or estates. Jones & Jones
LTD Antiques. 114 W. Indiana. 419-874-2867.
WANTED GUNS, any age,
any condition. Also WWII
and earlier military items. Indian
artifacts.
Rob,
419-340-5808, 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
$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
CLASSES OFFERED
ART CLASSES - Group &
Private. Drawing, painting &
figure study. Beginning
through advanced. EDGERTON ART Studio & School,
Perrysburg. Current schedule and registration forms
available online at www.
EdgertonArt.com; Call: 419290-OILS [6457], Email:
[email protected]
Subscribe Now!
419-874-2528
Rossford
Record Journal
PETS
Humane Ohio Pet Food Bank
welcomes pet food donations
to help meet the demand.
Dry and wet dog and cat food can be
dropped off at Humane Ohio (3131Tremainsville)
from 7:30 am - 5 pm Monday through Friday.
GOOD OLD fashioned house
cleaning and organization.
Honest, hard working. Ellie,
419-308-9188.
HOUSE CLEANING. Fulltime and weekends. 419-8747182, ask for Julie.
CHILD CARE needed for 2
children Monday-Friday, 6:30
a.m. to noon. 419-944-3503.
SEWING MACHINE operators wanted in shop. Knowledge of sewing machines, will
train, call between, 10a.m.2p.m. Monday-Friday. 419469-8898.
We are a non-profit organization.
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REAL ESTATE
FOR RENT
RIVER RIDGE APARTMENTS
SHARE 3 bedroom house
with washer/dryer. By Levis
Commons, $550/month includes utilities. 419-250-2840.
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
•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
Info + Photos on all MLS properties
go to www.danberry.com
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.
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.
Perry’s Landing
Space for Rent
PERRYSBURG 419-872-2410
NEW LISTING – 1559 Turnbury –
Lovely 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath condo in quiet
setting, pool and club house. $129,000.
NEW LISTING – 29615 Gleneagles –
Great location for this 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath
Belmont condo with water views from most
rooms. $235,000.
30033 Saint Andrews – Beautiful 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home in township so no city
taxes. $227,500.
557 E. Indiana – 4 bedroom, 2 bath home,
hardwood floors, family room, porch, on .6
acre. $129,900.
911 Michigan, Maumee – 3 bedroom
home w/ new siding & windows, move
right in. $85,000.
851 Walnut – PENDING
305 Osage – SOLD
7748 Sioux Ridge – SOLD
411 E S Boundary – SOLD
502 E Seventh – SOLD
26450 Laurel – SOLD
THREE MEADOWS, Simmons Road, apartment. 2 bed,
1 bath, no dogs, first floor.
$525 per month plus deposit.
Call 419-843-2065.
WANTED TO RENT
PROFESSIONAL FAMILY
desires charming 3-4 bedroom
Perrysburg home rental. Call,
419-261-3790.
For Rent
Commercial Space
Up to 6,000 sq. ft.
Downtown Perrysburg
114 W. Indiana
419-874-2867
REAL ESTATE
Perrysburg
Real Estate
News and Stats
APARTMENTS:
FREE RENT
Camelot East
in Rossford
179 ELM Street, Rossford.
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 419350-8198 for appointment.
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.
PERRYSBURG
RIVERFRONT. Panoramic river
views from this 2,900
square-foot hillside home. 3
bedroom, 2-1/2 bath, timber
frame with oak beams throughout 3 story great room. Basement with walkout lower level
to the river and docking for
watercraft. Located in an area
of million dollar plus homes.
$599,000. Call 419-343-7035.
LAND FOR sale, 1.85 acres,
Perrysburg Township, Perrysburg Schools. Parcel P60-400210000065002, $42,000. Call
419-690-2183.
419-666-5320
Ridgewood Crossing
Subdivision
Home for Sale by Owner
1655 Ridge Cross Rd.
4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath, finished lower level, great backyard for entertaining. Asking
$231,900. 419-874-1073
New Listing – 531 Harrison, Perrysburg – $234,900 – 4 beds, 2.5 baths, large
yard, open kitchen/family room.
5101 Lose Road, Monclova – $249,900 –
Anthony Wayne schools, European contemporary design on 7+ acres, 2 story great
room with wood stove. Every room has
doors that open to deck.
716 River Glen, Maumee – $214,900 –
Beautiful 4 bed, 2.5 bath home on quiet
street, hardwood floors throughout, large 3
season porch, master bath, partially finished
basement, beautiful gardens.
3078
Escott,
South
Toledo – PENDING
Enjoy country
living with a
neighborhood
feel!
4788 COUNTY ROAD 16, WOODVILLE $168,500
Stunning home on 1 acre adjacent to the golf course!
25x11 gorgeous sunroom has ceramic tile, vaulted ceiling, tinted windows and skylights. 3 bedrooms, 2 full
baths and divided basement. The master bedroom has a
master bath & walk-in closet. Quality throughout!
32x30 pole barn with bar & kitchen area.
1102 ERIE CT., WOODVILLE $122,000
(CONDO!)
Tastefully decorated & open floor plan! Spacious living
rm, family rm w/gas fp, dining rm & kitchen with an
abundance of oak cabinetry, snack bar & appliances. 2
big bedrooms & 2 full baths! Master has double closets
& master bath, 1st floor laundry, c-air, 2 car attached gar
w/opener & awesome 15x12 covered deck!
Terry A. Floro
[email protected]
419-270-9667 or 419-855-8466
WELLES BOWEN REALTORS
AUCTIONS
LAND FOR SALE
READY
TO BUILD NOW
Barb Stout, ABR, e-Pro
419-346-7510
www.barbstout.com
Infoline #
419-539-1020
Cecilia Richardson, ABR
419-356-2000
www.ceciliarichardson.danberry.com
at
www.PerrysburgBlog.com
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.
PUBLISHER’S NOTICE
All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national
origin, or intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.”
Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal
custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18.
This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which
is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. Call the Fair
Housing Center, 243-6163, before you run your advertisement. To complain of discrimination call HUD toll-free at 1-800-669-9777. The tollfree telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-927-9275.
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.
VACATION RENTALS
PLACE YOUR Vacation
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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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formal dining room, wine cellar, and billiard room, this
8-bedroom estate has it all! Truly an opportunity of a lifetime,
and only available at absolute auction!
Beth Rose Auction Co., LLC & Loss Realty Group
419.534.6223 | BethRoseAuction.com
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Cordoba Apartments
Perrysburg Township.
Close to Owens & Crossroads.
SulphurSpringsRealty.com
Rent starting at $410
419-381-0600
1 BEDROOM plus den,
laundry hook up, 1 year lease,
security deposit, no pets, non
smoking. 419-466-1350.
2 BEDROOM apartment,
Perrysburg.
Washer/dryer
hook up, appliances, garage,
Oakmont
Subdivision.
$625/month. 419-874-4226.
J.J. KOSMIDER
Phil Casey
419.360.3304
[email protected]
REALTY, INC.
26709 Green Ville, Riverford: Sold
29772 Foxhill, The Hamlet: Sold
26614
Carronade,
Perrysburg:
$329,900. Great family home with beautiful kitchen, lovely master suite, 3.5
baths and terrific basement.
5744 Anchor Hills, Sylvania: $359,900.
Spectacular home on the water. 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths with tons of amenities
and class!
2 BEDROOM villa. C/A,
gas heat, attached garage,
washer/dryer hook-ups, $680/
month. 419-874-0889.
A PETITE river area vintage
apartment. $499. 419-9132216.
APARTMENTS:
FREE
rent. Camelot East in Rossford. Newly renovated. Large
1 and 2 bedrooms starting at
$439. Centrally located at
Buck and I75, minutes from
downtown and Levis Commons. All electric large,
24 hour laundry on site, dogs
and cats welcome for additional deposit. Sign lease by
June 30 and receive a free
month’s rent. Limited availability. Call now. 419-6665320.
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.
Jim Simons
419.344.9702
Other Great Homes for Sale
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 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$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
SOLD! 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
ROSSFORD 2 bedroom
starting at $450. Quiet community. Pet friendly. 1110
Lewis. By appointment,
419-385-0704.
DOWNTOWN
PERRYSBURG, upper apartment. 1
bedroom, newly remodeled,
non smoking, no pets. Rent
includes garage, heating, nice
and private with air conditioning. $700/month. 419-8747291.
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.
PERRYSBURG ONE bedroom apartment in quiet neighborhood, close to shopping,
with gas heat, C/A, garage
with opener. Non-smoking, no
pets. $570/month, one year
lease. 419-874-5689.
PERRYSBURG
TWINPLEX, 204 Marie, $680
/month. 2 bedroom, 1 bath,
washer/dryer hook-up, garage.
Non-smoking. No pets. 419872-2131.
POINT PLACE, 102nd
Street, 2 bedroom, $675/
month plus utilities. 419-4661359.
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.
Office: 419.874.8311
Home: 419.666.8423
Fax: 419.874.9536
Cell: 419.266.2588
~Perrysburg “Country”~
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.
REALTY
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]
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
OPEN SUNDAY 2-4 PM
108 West Harrison Street
$319,900
New Price, Updated,
Overlooks Towpath Trail!
26397 Oak Meadows Dr. West
$189,000
Well Maintained, Mature
Lot, Deck & Patio!
PENDING
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~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]
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NEW LISTING
1608 Woodstream Road $319,900 Cul-de-sac in Rivercrest
CONDO
29605 Gleneagles Road $244,000 Belmont Country Club
SINGLE FAMILY HOMES
26397 Oak Meadows Dr. W$189,000 OPEN SUN 2-4 PM
3829 County Road 424 $199,900 4+ Acres on the River
108 West Harrison Street $319,000 OPEN SUN 2-4 PM
3500 Stillwater Blvd.
$415,000
Move-In Condition
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!
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Betty J. Lazzaro, CRS & ABR
TBR Million Dollar Club Life Member
Congratulations 2012 Company Sales Leader!
Featured Listing!
Featured Listing!
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.
Billie S. Bodnar
MINIMUM BID $10,000
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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.
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
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REALTY
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.
Realtor®
419.356.2209
e-mail:
[email protected]
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26290 Hull Prairie ~ $1,325,000
Modern Day Mansion - Open
floor plan - ideal for entertaining
upper deck & lower patio! Features 6 bedrooms, gourmet kitchen
w/ sunroom, romantic master suite
w/ fireplace & sitting room! Lower
level walk-out w/ kitchen, exercise
room, family room, theater room
& indoor pool & 4 car garage!
New Listing
2925 Rocksberry
Cape Cod
$70,900
Single Family Homes
700 Highland
Rossford
$121,900
$600,000
14629 Wood Creek Court The Sanctuary
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
14645 Deerwood Court
PENDING
26337 Carrington Blvd.
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
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 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SOLD . . . . . . . . . . . . .$69,900
3030 Medford . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SOLD. . . . . . . . . . . . .$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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Personal Property Auction
Thursday June 6, 2013 at 10:00 a.m.
29068 White Rd., Perrysburg, OH 43551
Located West of I-75 on St Rt 795 to North on White Rd.
Antique Furniture, Windows, Rugs: Mahogany-4 drawer
chest w/mirror, square mahogany table, 2 door book case, full
bed, sheet music stand, desk; Walnut-3 door bookcase, full
size Jenny Lind bed; 5 drawer chest, (2)3 drawer chests, drop
leaf table, (4)walnut chairs; Oak-2 door Arts & Crafts bookcase; leaded glass server w/claw feet, (2)square tables, round
table, rocker, captains chair; square maple table; 5 leg Chippendale sofa; clack ebony candlestick hall tree; cherry gate leg
table; tables & stands; ogee mirror; large gilded mirror; (4)
matching lead glass windows; 12+ rugs in various sizes; plus
more. Pictures, Prints, Frames, Glassware, Collectibles:
Pansies oil on canvas; 100’s of frames, pictures & prints of
horses, still life, landscape, mirrors & others; (4)quilts; silverware boxes; sterling candle holders, shaker & more; large
assortment of costume jewelry in broaches, earrings, necklaces & more; stemware; hand painted china; cups & saucers;
knife rest; cake plates; Flow Blue plates; pattern & pressed
glass; butter pats; statue of horses; kitchen collectibles;
crocks; antique reference books; Bryer’s horses; many smalls
such as Wades, Daggenhart owls, pie birds & more; brass fireplace tools; oriental items; canes & walking sticks; plus more.
Household & Misc: (4) wicker chairs; folding chairs; casual
chairs; everyday pots, pans, kitchen utensils; plus other every
day household items. Tools & Garage items: MTD 3/21
snow blower; MTD 5hp mower; 2 wheel lawn cart; wheel barrow; Stihl KM 55R chain saw on stick; 1500 psi pressure
washer; electric chain saw; 6” bench grinder; aluminum ladders; step ladders; yard & hand tools; fasteners & hand tools;
dremel tool; sanders; plus more.
Order of sale: Selling in 2 lines, 1 auctioneer selling antiques
& collectibles while another sells tools & misc. Terms: 5%
buyers fee, MC/Visa, waived for Cash or check w/ID. Lunch
by Sandys. See www.whalenauction.com for photos!
Ronald Zuidema Trust
John Hartman Trustee
419-875-6317 [email protected]
Auctioneers: John & Jason Whalen, Mike Murry
Information reliable but not guaranteed
* * * 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.)
Penta Career Center accepts
donation of fire truck from Toledo
Page 8 — May 30, 2013 — ROSSFORD RECORD JOURNAL
AUCTIONS
Perrysburg Contents Auction!
Tues. June 4th at 1 p.m.,
Preview at Noon
735 Maple St. Perrysburg, OH 43551
Dir: Indiana to Right on Sandusky St to
Right on Maple St.
The Seller was the Former Owner of “Woods Typewriter Service” in Toledo. This house is full of items and
treasures dating back to the 1800’s.
50+ Antique Typewriters and Restoration Parts &
Accessories. Rare Typewriters, Remington, Royal, Corona, Much More.
Vintage Lanterns, Childs Books & Toys, Homer
Laughlin, Crocks, Cut Glass, Figurines, Antique Home
Restoration, Pugh Pottery, Craftsman Tools, Antique Bar,
European Prints, Household Misc, Ceramics, Art Deco
Décor, Antique Books, Furniture, Electronics, Records,
Collectible, Much More!!
KAREN ROSE, AUCTIONEER
View pics and Inventory at
www.pamelaroseauction.com
419-865-1224
Public safety/criminal justice juniors watch as Toledo Mayor Mike Bell, left, and Toledo
Fire Chief Luis Santiago, right, donate an older model city fire truck to Penta Career Center and Superintendent Ron Matter, center.
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‘A River Connects Us’ summer
reading club kicks off June 5
The Rossford Public Library will celebrate another
year of summer reading with
its annual kick off on Wednesday, June 5.
Debbie Nofzinger from
Wood County Parks will present “What Was it Like to be
an Anishnabek Indian along
the Maumee River” at 6:30
p.m., in the library’s lantern.
This year’s program reflects the theme “A River
Connects Us” and is a lead in
to the Ohio Summer Chautauqua later this summer.
Programs will concentrate
on a river theme and will include a Bass Pro Shops fishing clinic, river rock painting,
and a visit from Spike the
Walleye at the annual ice
cream social which is by invitation for all who complete
the reading club at the end of
July.
The kick-off event is a
family program and will include hands-on activities related to Native American life
in the area. It is free and open
to all, however registration is
requested by calling the library at 419-666-0924.
Subscribe to the Record. Call 419-874-4491
On May 22, a 1990 fire
truck became the newest addition
to
the
public
safety/EMT fire science program at Penta Career Center.
The Tele Squrt 50 rig,
manufactured in St. Joseph,
Missouri, features a 50-foot
water tower and aerial ladder
and was donated to the career
center by the City of Toledo.
Toledo Mayor Mike Bell
said the city was pleased to
donate the truck. “It [fire
truck] will help educate some
young people from our region and get others interested
in becoming emergency responders,” he said, adding,
“If this motivates kids, it
benefits the whole region.”
Toledo Fire Chief Luis
Santiago said, “We’re very
excited about this donation.
We see this as a good way to
pass on training. It is our obligation to pass on our profession to the next generation
and see this donation as a
small part of that obligation.”
Superintendent Ron Matter expressed his appreciation to the city. “On behalf of
our public safety/EMT fire
science program and the
Penta administration, I’d like
to thank you for working
with us to make this a reality.”
The superintendent became aware of the availability of the truck, valued at
$2,500, from Tom Krisjanis,
public safety instructor and
former Toledo firefighter.
Mr. Matter approached
the mayor last fall about acquiring the vehicle and in
April city council approved
the donation.
Mr. Krisjanis is pleased
with the rig. “Having a fire
engine as a teaching tool for
our students will help take
our program to the next
level. This will be a tremendous benefit for our students
and our program.”
Public Safety/EMT fire
science
junior
Jacob
Bloomer of Rossford High
School also is excited about
the new addition. “This, by
far, is the biggest, best piece
of equipment donated,” he
said, adding that the program
has received donations of fire
turnout gear and medical
equipment in the past.
Jacob and his classmates
have begun examining the
truck more closely. “We’ve
looked at it some and lifted
the ladder,” he said.
Fellow classmate Todd
Yates of Springfield Schools,
said he was “surprised and
pleased” with the donation.
He said the class has
begun working on a Penta
logo to replace the Toledo
Fire insignia.
“We plan on painting it a
brighter red with a logo
scheme that incorporates the
school,” he explained.
The students will be
working with classmates in
computer-aided design on
the logo and will receive assistance from automotive
program students with the
painting.
But for now with the
school year about to end, the
truck will see minimal usage.
Mr. Matter said the vehicle
will be stored in the maintenance area for the short term
and may be housed in the addition to the land lab under
construction this summer.
–Jane Maiolo
Oak Bend
Church VBS
Oak Bend Church will
hold a Vacation Bible School
program June 10 to 14, from
6:30 to 8:45 p.m. each day.
The theme is “Kingdom
Rock, Where Kids Stand
Strong for God.” Participants
will hear Bible stories, sing
songs, do science experiments
and play games.
The program is open to
children age 4 through fifth
grade. There is no cost, but
space is limited and registration is requested.
For more information, call
419-874-0219 or visit the Web
site at www.oakbend.org. Oak
Bend Church is located at
11275 Eckel Junction Road,
Perrysburg.
Eagle Point Elementary School students of the month
Eagle Point Elementary School honored its students of
the month for April.
They are: William Graffius, Desiree Smaw, Macy Adams,
Tannek Bias, Carleigh Good, Lacey Alexander, Adrianna
Worley, Emily Myers, Abby Dennis, Emily Tokar, Madelyn St.
Mary, John Findley, Neil MacKinnon, Hunter Hitchens, Kaitlyn Petro, Makayla Williams, Hunter Korzec and Colleen
Palmer.
Owens to host youth soccer camp in June NBC softball
Owens Community College will offer area soccer
players the opportunity to
learn about the fundamentals
of the sport as women’s soccer hosts an Express Soccer
Youth Camp, June 24-28.
The Express women’s
soccer program will offer a
Premier Camp starting on
Monday, June 24.
The five-day Premier
Camp is designed for experienced players and will take
place from 9:30 a.m. to
noon.
The camp will conclude
on Friday, June 28.
Youth ages 6-13 will be
divided by age groups and
abilities and receive individual instruction on various
soccer technical and tactical
skills. Camp instructors will
include the Owens Express
women’s soccer coaching
NBC baseball
honors posted
Larry Jones, the Northern
Buckeye Conference commissioner, has announced the
following honors for Rossford High School baseball
players.
Player of the Year: Ryan
Reed, junior.
First Team: Ryan Reed,
utility; Noah Asmus, junior,
third base.
gon Road in Perrysburg
Township.
Owens women’s soccer
completed its second season
as an intercollegiate program in 2012.
Led by Head Coach Mary
Whisler, the Express finished with a 13-2-3 overall
record and in first place (91-2 record) in the NJCAA
Region XII women’s soccer
regular season standings.
For more information or
to register, call 574-2155042, send an e-mail to
[email protected]
or visit the Web site at
www.owensexpress.com
/camps.
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Parents and coaches are
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honors posted
Larry Jones, the Northern
Buckeye Conference commissioner, has announced the
following honors for Rossford High School girls softball players.
First Team: Margo Jackson, catcher; Kelly Swope,
first base.
Second Team: Hannah
Gauthehier, pitcher; Maddie
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Regan Clay and Reed Jackson are recipients of the Archie
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Regan Clay and Reed
Jackson were named the recipients of the Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Award at
Rossford
Junior
High
School.
Named for two-time
Heisman Trophy winner
Archie Griffin, the award is
presented each year to male
and female student athletes
who have been as outstanding in their efforts to promote academics as they have
in their respective sports.
Sponsored by the Ohio
High School Athletic Association, the award is designed
to
promote
sportsmanship, scholarship,
ethics and integrity.
Regan is the daughter of
Jamie and Julie Clay.
While in junior high, she
participated in volleyball,
basketball and track and
field.
Reed is the son of Don
and Kelly Jackson.
While in junior high, he
participated in football, basketball and track and field.
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