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Nate Childress to play football at Toledo
We hold these truths to be
self-evident, that all men are
created equal, that they are
endowed by their Creator
with certain unalienable Rights,
that among these are
Life, Liberty and the
pursuit of Happiness. ~
The Declaration of Independence,
July 4, 1776
Photo by Norman Fairman
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Ten classified positions eliminated in schools
By Beth Church
The Rossford Board of
Education has eliminated 10
more positions from district
staffing.
However, Superintendent
Dan Creps said that due to
retirements and bidding on
different positions, no classified employees were laid off.
At its June 23 meeting, the
school board voted 4-0 for a
resolution to reduce the nonteaching positions and suspend contracts “for financial
reasons and/or declining
enrollment.”
Board member Beverly
Koch was absent.
“The largest number [of
positions eliminated] came
from the closing of Indian
Hills,” Mr. Creps explained.
“We also looked at enrollment
dropping.”
The superintendent said
the following positions were
eliminated: one custodian,
one 10-month cleaner, one
10-month secretary, one head
cook, two library/clinic aides,
one crossing guard, one paraprofessional/educational aide,
one bus route and one 12month secretary, which will
be included on the July 21
board agenda.
The estimated cost savings
including salary and benefits
is $313,371.
The decision on which
positions to eliminate was
made with the input of district
administrators from the food
service and maintenance
departments, along with the
principals.
Some employees have
retired and others bid on different positions, so Mr. Creps
said no one had to be notified
of a layoff.
“We don’t want to see people without work,” he said.
“But fortunately in the situation, we’re able to keep people employed.”
The
superintendent
acknowledged that some
employees, formerly fulltime, took part-time jobs with
the district through the
“bumping” process, as established by the classified union
contract. He also noted that
these positions will not be
reinstated.
The action follows a similar move the board took in
May to eliminate four teaching positions.
Personnel Actions
The school board took the
following action on personnel
matters:
•Issued a certificated oneyear limited contract to
Kelynne Pabin, speech/language pathologist, $43,729.
•Accepted the retirement
resignations of Marlene
Cervenec, student services
liaison, effective September
23;
Karen
Bonnell,
library/clinic aide at Indian
Hills Elementary, effective
June 5, and Ed Stolar, crossing guard at Eagle Point
Elementary, effective July 1.
•Employed classified personnel–Bonnie Lohmeyer,
Dickie Myers and Denise
Cousino-Hill, summer bus
cleaning, as needed, $15.98
per hour, each not to exceed
100 hours.
•Issued supplemental contracts for 2014-15 to Pat
Biniker, 20 extended days
(minimum of 10 with 10 discretionary), per diem rate;
Erin Perry, 10 extended days,
per diem rate; Jayne Werbylo,
five extended days, per diem
rate; Miki Hodge, chess advisor, $1,166; D.J. Hiner, choral
director, $3,108; Ronald
Demko, building technology
coordinator, $2,720; Martha
Fellman, assistant building
technology
coordinator,
$1,360; Shelley Bertsch book
club advisor, high school,
$777; Dan Saygers department head, art, library, special
education, $2,331; Susan
Lowry, department head,
English, business, $2,331;
Deb Pitzen, department head,
math, $2,331; Ron Demko,
department head, science,
$2,331; Chuck Cox, department head, social studies,
$2,331; T. Brian Vorst, department head, IA, PE, health,
music, $2,331; Julie Zatko,
drama club advisor, $6,216;
Ryan Mahaffey, drama club
assistant, $2,720; Karen
Kinsey, drama choreographer,
$1,166; D.J. Hiner, drama
instrumental director, $1,166;
Linda Sankovich, drama
piano
accompaniment,
$1,166; D.J. Hiner, drama
vocal director, $1,166; Justin
Kelley, instrumental music
director, $5,051; Marcy LarkSchlatter, international club,
$1,16;6
Nancy
Cajka,
majorette advisor, $1,166;
Heather Traxler, National
Honor Society, $1,166; Tim
Edmond, Maroon Messenger
newspaper,
$777;
Val
Washeck, academic quiz
bowl advisor, high school,
$1,166; Heather Traxler, Red
Cross, $777; Graciela Sofo,
student council, $2,331; Tim
Edmond, yearbook advisor,
$1,554; Jim Snider, Teen
Institute, $1,166; Kellie
Hawk/Lisa
Wehrmeister,
freshman class advisors,
$777;
Heather
SmithNissen/Sandy Komisarek,
sophomore class advisors,
$1,166; Martha Fellman/
Miki Hodge, junior class
advisors, $1,166; Heather
Traxler/Katie Grinonneau,
senior class advisors, $1,166;
Mike Batdorf, girls varsity
soccer, $5,051; Eric Simon,
girls
varsity basketball,
$8,159; John Walker, assistant
girls varsity basketball,
$5,439; Brian Vorst, boys varsity basketball, $8,159;
Randy
Hussar
varsity
wrestling, $6,994; Justin
Reitz, bowling, $3,497; Pam
Konidaris, concession stand
coordinator, $4,662; Chris
Werbylo, Ed Howard and
Lorenzo Melchor, junior high
track $3,108 each.
•Approved Judy Heban,
volunteer, for 2014-15 at
Glenwood Elementary.
Please turn to page 3➧
Retiring school employees honored
Three retiring employees of the Rossford School District were honored at the June
23 board of education meeting.
Superintendent Dan Creps thanked the staff members for “your service to the students and to the community.”
They are Karen Bonnell, library/clinic aide at Indian Hills Elementary, who was hired
in 2005; Ed Stolar, a crossing guard at Lime City and Dixie Highway, who started in 2005,
and Holly Schmidbauer, principal at Indian Hills, who was hired in 1999.
Pictured in the back row from left are: Mr. Creps, assistant treasurer Cathy Schuller,
board members Ken Sutter, Dawn Burks and Jackie Huffman; and front row: Ms.
Schmidbauer, Mr. Stolar and board member Jackie Brown. Ms. Bonnell is not pictured.
Ms. Schmidbauer and Mr. Stolar were presented with tokens of appreciation from the
board for their dedicated service to Rossford Schools.
Building consolidation work continues
Plans are continuing smoothly for the
transition from four to three school buildings
in the fall, according to Superintendent Dan
Creps.
“The crew is working extremely hard,” he
told the board of education.
The superintendent said teachers will be
invited into their classrooms as of August
4–although that date could be moved to late
July.
The board of education has reorganized
the district’s buildings and consolidated the
grades.
Next fall, students in pre-kindergarten to
grade 2 will attend Glenwood Elementary,
students in grades 3 to 5 will attend Eagle
Point Elementary, and students in grades 6 to
8 will attend Rossford Junior High. Indian
Hills Elementary has been closed.
“We have had great planning and cooperation from our teaching and classified staff,”
Mr. Creps said. “I feel very good about where
we’re at.”
The superintendent also provided a list of
teachers for next fall.
Teachers at Glenwood (PK to grade 2)
are: preschool–Tracy Lowe; kindergarten–
Sarah Drummond, Dianne Fuller, Laren Cox,
Paula
Haas,
Kim
Simmons,
Jennifer Yoder.
First grade–Laura Brown, Julie Thoman,
Megan Dunn, Amy Lutman, Cheryl Schaefer,
Rachel Linkous; second grade–Andrea Iman,
Kyle Failor, Deb Reiter, Kirsten Riethmiller,
Terry McKnight.
Teachers at Eagle Point (grades 3 to 5)
are: third grade–Jaime Halka, Maria Pratt,
Beth Cramer, Karen Gunn, Dawn Mikolas,
Jennifer Olrich.
Fourth grade–Dawn Haas, Amy Wagner,
Lisa Dunham, Jessica Kazmierski, Jodi
Duhaime.
Fifth grade–Jennifer Muck, Christine
Price, Renee Abke, Julie Skrzyniecki, Wendy
Hilty.
Teachers at Rossford Junior High (grades
6 to 8) are: sixth grade–Amy Gokey, Rachel
Hood, Karlyn Swoap, Scott Dorn, Sherri
Johns, Heather Patacca.
Seventh grade–Beth Becker, Laura
Feldkamp, Jane Recknagel, Ed Howard, D.J.
Hiner, Justin Kelley, Todd Eckel, Sue Swartz,
Steve Doughten, Rob Stroud, Martha
Fellman, Kelly Clarson.
Eighth grade–Kelly Clarson, Valerie
Washeck, Mallori Atkin, Jane Recknagel,
Kim Linenkugel, Bo Evarts, D.J. Hiner, Todd
Eckel, Lance Taylor, Crystal Murtha.
Rossford High School
senior Nate Childress has
verbally committed to playing
football
at
the
University of Toledo in
2015-16.
Last
week,
Nate
informed UT Coach Matt
Campbell of his plans while
visiting the Rocket campus
accompanied by RHS football coach Todd Drusback.
“I’m really excited,” the
RHS senior said. “It’s a
great football team. I just
can’t wait.”
Nate announced his decision in front of his fellow
Bulldog football team members, unzipping his jacket to
reveal a blue and gold
Rocket jersey underneath.
“Everybody
started
cheering,” he added.
Last season, Nate was
named All District and
Second Team All League.
Proud to be a Bulldog, he
credits his success to his
teammates.
“It’s been the whole team
that’s helped me, my senior
friends who have pushed
me,” he explained. “Rossford is like a small family.
They’re proud of me and
cheered me on.”
Nate cited his reasons for
selecting UT as “it’s close to
home, I can get a good education and their football
program is one of the best in
the MAC.”
He described Coach
Campbell as “a really nice
guy.”
“He’ll get on you to get
the job done, but he seems
like a family guy,” he
added.
Coach Drusback believes
the offensive tight end/
defensive tackle’s size–6’4,
275 pounds–is one of his
best assets.
Nate plans to continue
his work “to put some more
muscle on.”
“I know the guys I’ll be
going up against are 6’5 to
6’8 and 800 pounds,” he
said with a laugh.
He sees his strengths as
“getting in the backfield on
defense and being powerful
and fast.”
A three-sport athlete–
also playing basketball and
running track–he is quick,
according
to
Coach
Drusback.
“He’s put on 35 to 40
pounds since the fall, and he
moves well,” he explained.
“He anchors our 4x100 team
in track, and he’s got good
change-of-direction speed.”
He noted the senior has
had “a huge positive influence on our team.”
“Nate is what we’re
looking for in a player on
and off the field,” Coach
Drusback explained. “He
exemplifies Rossford football.”
The coach praised the
football player’s commitment to community service.
“He has a care and willingness to serve others,” he
added.
Coach Drusback also is
glad to see this accomplishment for the RHS athletics
program.
It has been more than 10
years since a Rossford student-athlete received a
Division I football scholarship.
In 2003, Darren Paige
Nate Childress announced his decision to accept a full
football scholarship at UT last week in front of his fellow
Bulldog football teammates.
Photo by Coach JB
was awarded a football
scholarship
at
Miami
University of Ohio.
Coach Drusback noted
that the college recruiting
has changed with the impact
of computer technology and
the Internet.
Using
sites
like
huddle.com, players can
create their own highlight
films for coaches to view.
High school athletes also
participate in combines,
which showcase talent from
across the country.
In January, Nate took
part in the U.S. Army
National Combines in San
Antonio, Texas, with 500
other student-athletes.
Both situations allow
students from smaller
schools to be seen by college coaches.
“You can be from
Rossford and get noticed,”
Coach Drusback said.
Nate agreed, “You don’t
have go to a big school to
play college football. If
you’re good enough, they’ll
find you.”
The son of Del Childress
and Tracy Edwards, Nate
plans to major in business at
UT.
He will officially sign a
letter of intent in February
to accept the full scholarship.
–Beth Church
Council pursues dispatching with sheriff
By Beth Church
Rossford City Council has
authorized the mayor and city
administrator to proceed with
negotiations on police/fire
dispatching services through
the Wood County sheriff’s
office.
“I think this is what’s best
for safety of citizens, for safety of the police and firefighters and the best economically,” said Mayor Neil
MacKinnon III at the June 23
council meeting.
He noted that city officials
had been working more than
five years on a regional dispatching center with Lake
Township and Northwood.
However, he was concerned that Rossford’s cost for
dispatching could increase
from $130,000 to $300,000
through that option. Currently,
the city contracts with Lake
Township for the service.
The mayor invited Sheriff
Mark Wasylyshyn to provide
a proposal on costs and benefits, which he presented at the
May 12 council meeting.
Since then, Councilman
Dan Wagner said the sheriff
returned to the public safety
committee to address remaining concerns of the fire and
police departments and provide more exact costs.
The expenses to be covered by the city are $65,210
for salary and benefits of a
full-time dispatcher; $6,448
for annual maintenance;
$37,730 in start-up fees, and
unknown fees for transferring
the phone lines.
“The committee voted
unanimously to request council’s approval to place dispatching services with Wood
County,” Councilman Wagner
said.
Mr. Wagner said the sheriff also agreed to dedicate a
separate channel for the fire
department when on active
runs.
Northwood also supplied a
basic proposal for dispatching, he noted, but it would be
contingent upon Walbridge
and Lake Township partnering as well.
Downtown Angle Parking
A plan to implement backin, angle parking is coming to
downtown Rossford later this
month.
Council member Caroline
Zuchowski Eckel said the
public works committee,
which she chairs, reviewed
the concept at a June 10 meeting.
“There seemed to be a
consensus that back-in parking was a very good idea,”
she said.
Council has been discussing angle parking for
Superior between Bacon
Street and Glenwood Road,
although the concept could
be extended all the way to
the railroad crossing by
Pilkington.
Councilman Robert Ruse
expressed concern to the
committee about pull-in
parking, due to blind spots
when backing out, but this
option eliminates that issue.
The Mannik and Smith
engineering firm’s traffic
review reveals no problems
with the concept, but they
would do a more thorough
review of all of downtown
with a full layout plan, Mrs.
Eckel said.
The engineers and Tyler
Kolb, public works superintendent, will review a pilot
program for back-in parking
in the municipal building
parking lot to see about converting it to back-in parking
by changing the in and out
drives and using the existing
pavement striping, she
explained.
Council member Eckel
noted the pilot program
would require new signage
and a discussion with library
officials about the change.
“The left and right turn
out of the drive by the library
will be safer, but we may
need to modify the right turn
curbing to give a larger
radius,” she added.
Full downtown implementation is set for the week
of July 14, Mrs. Eckel said.
Back-in parking is similar
to parallel parking as the
driver enters the parking
space by stopping and
reversing the vehicle, but it
takes fewer maneuvers to
park.
Throwback Thursday
Please turn to page 3➧
This “Throwback Thursday” photo commemorates the Rossford Record Journal’s
75th anniversary this year. While gas prices this summer push toward $4 per gallon, the
above advertisement from a 1940 edition of the newspaper offers a great deal on buying gas and a new car from Victor Motor Sales.
Watch for more vintage ads from the Record as the 75th celebration continues
throughout the year.
Page 2 — July 3, 2014 — ROSSFORD RECORD JOURNAL
Gardens at Hospice centers pay tribute to veterans
Hospice of Northwest
Ohio recently completed
planting special gardens at
both its Perrysburg and
Toledo Hospice Centers
that pay tribute to veterans.
In addition to plants and
flowers, each red, white
and blue-themed garden is
marked with an engraved
river rock and stone bench.
The gardens offer an
additional space where
families and visitors can
reflect on the life of their
loved ones and, at the
same time, honor their military service.
The veterans’ gardens
are just the latest addition
to the list of recognition
events Hospice of Northwest Ohio offers for veterans. As part of the National Hospice and Palliative
Care Organization’s We
Honor Vets initiative,
patients are asked about
their military service upon
admission and a special
notation is made in their
record.
“We have educated our
staff about the importance
military culture has on the
life of a veteran, whether
they have served during
war time or peace time.
Each era leaves a mark and
shapes experiences forev-
er,” said Executive Director Judy Seibenick. “In
addition to awareness of
potential adaptations to
care, we also recognize
veterans for their service
through a special pinning
ceremony. We Honor Vets
allows us to tap into our
volunteers who are veter-
Twp. BZA approves FedEx zoning requests
Two FedEx zoning
requests received approval
from the Perrysburg Township board of zoning
appeals at the June 17
meeting.
The conditional use and
variance requests were
granted one week after the
township zoning commission approved the company’s site plan.
FedEx officials sought
a conditional use application for alterations to three
detention ponds and a
variance for a reduction in
normal
landscaping
requirements.
The conditional use
permit will allow FedEx to
fill in a portion of a pond,
allowing for the access
road to be straightened.
Located in Ampoint
Industrial Park near the
corner of Glenwood Road
and 3rd Street, the FedEx
ground hub is a 584,000square-feet plant.
Business growth is
prompting the company to
expand the shipping hub
by 92,438 square feet. The
addition includes a load
wing, 62,049 square feet;
local unload north, 14,976
square feet; local unload
south, 11,232 square feet;
vehicle maintenance building, 4,355 square feet and
gateway building, 826
square feet.
FedEx is purchasing
approximately 10 more
acres at 3rd and J streets.
The parcels will be used
for additional parking
spaces, accommodating
107 cars, 67 tractors and
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The property will allow
FedEx to straighten the
access drive for better
maneuverability by vehicles.
The company expects
to create 22 full-time and
145 part-time jobs at the
expanded complex.
In other business, the
BZA approved a variance
request submitted by
Janine Avila of Gleneagles
Road.
Ms. Avila sought a variance to construct a 24-by
12-foot covered deck that
will replace an existing
24- by 8-foot deck. The
proposed deck encroaches
29 feet into the 35 foot
required rear yard setback,
necessitating the variance.
–Jane Maiolo
Civil Service
sets meeting
for July 9
The Rossford Civil Service Commission will meet
Wednesday, July 9, at 8 a.m.,
in council chambers of the
municipal building, 133
Osborn Street. The meeting
is open to the public.
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The Rossford American
Legion Post 533 will host a
golf scrambles on Saturday,
July 12, at 9 a.m., at Green
Meadows Country Club in
Monroe, Michigan.
The event is open to men,
women and mixed foursomes.
Cash prizes will be awarded to the two teams with the
lowest scores. Other cash
prizes will be awarded to men
and women for long drives and
closest to the pin.
The cost is $70 per person,
which includes skins. After the
golf scrambles, participants are
invited to the American Legion
located at 145 Bergin Street, in
Rossford, for all-you-can-eat
hamburgers, bratwursts and
hot dogs. The meal is included
in the tournament cost.
Hole sponsorships are
available to any interested
families and friends of the
Legion. For more information
or to register, call Rich DeVaul
at 419-661-0583, Moe Minarcin at 419-666- 1149, Kathy
James at 419-367-0697 or
Kevin Weaks at 419-661-1831.
ans and work together to
show appreciation to the
men and women who have
served our country.”
The Perrysburg center
is located at 30000 East
River Road, and the Toledo center is located at 800
South Detroit Avenue.
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Happy Fourth of July from Welch Publishing Company!
NWOPCP, Inc. Welcomes
Amber Thomas, CNP
Robert Schmidt, MD, Irshad Hasan, MD and the staff at
Rossford Family Practice, a Division of NWOPCP, Inc., are
pleased to announce that Amber Thomas, CNP has joined
their practice.
Amber will be seeing patients from the Rossford Family
Practice office at 930 Dixie Highway, Rossford, 43460.
Amber received her Master of Science in Nursing Degree from The University of
Toledo and has been an RN at local hospitals since 2004.
Amber, a native of Northwest, Ohio, is married and has 3 children. She enjoys
spending time with family and friends, camping and doing anything outdoors.
Amber looks forward to providing care to NWOPCP patients at Rossford Family
Practice and at area nursing homes. She will also be providing home visits to
those who wish to receive their medical care at home.
To schedule an appointment with Amber, please call Rossford Family Practice at
419-666-6682.
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NWSD Weekly Construction Update
Hillside Drive sanitary
sewer and waterline
replacement–Installation of
waterlines and sewer is complete. Residents can begin to
have their contractors make
connections to the sanitary
sewer. Contact NWSD prior
to starting the work. Water
services reconnected to new
water line.
Trench compaction is
under way and should be
complete next week. Temporary road construction will
take place shortly thereafter.
Coordination with City of
Rossford for the final replacement of the road by the city is
under way. District project
anticipated to be complete by
end of July.
Colony Area sanitary
sewer rehabilitation–Construction began last week on
Riverside Drive and will continue for two to three weeks.
Traffic will be maintained.
Occasional
reduced
sewage usage when the contractor is installing new pipe
in an area may be required.
This should be for four to
eight hours. Contractor will
notify residences ahead of
time.
Contractor will be working in the entire neighborhood for the next four to five
months. Privately-owned
items within the road rightof-way may be damaged and
should be removed ahead of
time.
River Road phase two
water line replacement,
Rossford and Perrysburg
Township–Project under
way. Main water line installation about 75 percent complete. Water service recon-
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Letter to the Editor
Dear Editor:
Easy to vote? Not so
fast.
Secretary of State Jon
Husted likes to say that it’s
easy to vote in Ohio. In
part, he is correct–we have
some opportunities that
voters in other states do
not. However, many of
these conveniences exist
only in spite of the policies pushed by the secretary and his Republican
allies in the legislature.
The fact is that voting
has become more difficult
in the Buckeye State over
the past year. Voters have
a week less of early voting, working Ohioans no
longer have evening early
voting hours that make
sense for them, and it’s
even harder for voters to
get a referendum or initiative on the ballot.
If it is easier to vote in
Ohio than elsewhere, it’s
only because current
officeholders weren’t able
to completely roll back the
accomplishments of their
predecessors–not to mention the intervention of the
federal courts.
If Secretary Husted
really is so proud of
Ohio’s expansive ballot
access, why is he working
so hard to reduce it?
That’s the real question
that voters deserve an
answer to this fall. Ohio
deserves a secretary of
state who doesn’t just talk
about how easy voting is,
but actually works to make
it happen.
Barb Baumgartner
TELL THEM YOU SAW IT
IN THE JOURNAL
Alternate transportation
for 2014-15 school year
Parents in the Rossford School System who have a
need for their student to be transported to a location other
than their home address for an extended period of time
must now fill out an alternate transportation form for
each child.
Because of the growing number of children in need of
alternate busing and the “Missing Child Act,” Rossford
Schools will not permit transportation without a form
completed and approved.
Approval for your child to ride an alternate bus will
depend on the alternate location being already on existing
bus routes for the current school year and State regulations regarding load capacity.
Forms are now available online at the Rossford
Schools website, Transportation tab (http://www.rossford
schools.org/pages/uploaded_files/AltTranspForm.pdf) or
at the Administrative Offices, 601 Superior, 419-6662010. Even though you may have received previous
approval, another request must be made for the 20142015 school year. Completed forms should be returned to
the office no later than August 1, 2014. After approval, a
copy of the form will be returned to you by mail. Alternate transportation will not start until you have received
approval.
nections and restoration taking place in various areas
where the waterline has been
installed and tested.
Wet weather has delayed
restoration in some areas.
This work will proceed when
areas are dry.
One lane closure will continue on River Road while
construction proceeds. Occasional temporary water shutoffs will occur. Notifications
will be placed at each residence prior to shutoffs. Work
will continue for two to three
months.
Jennings Road pump
station–Construction starts in
early September. Work will
involve construction of a new
pump station in the park and
partial removal and abandonment of the existing pump
station near the end of Jennings.
Ampoint sanitary sewer
replacement, Perrysburg
Township–Project under
way. Work taking place
throughout Ampoint Industrial Park with construction traffic on Third and J Street and
other areas. Sanitary sewer
construction expected to be
complete by end of July or
early August. Traffic and
service disruptions should be
minimal and temporary.
Hufford Road waterline
replacement, Perrysburg
Township–Replacement of
existing waterline on Hufford
Road between River and
Avenue roads. Work will
continue for several months.
Local traffic will be maintained. Occasional temporary
water shutoffs will be scheduled ahead of time and notifications will be made.
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Other Business
In other business, the
board:
•Heard from board member Jackie Brown that some
states are not implementing
Common Core, and she
questioned the impact on
Ohio and its school districts.
“What does it mean if
some states back away?”
she asked. “What about the
expense of training everyone for it?”
•Entered into an agreement with NorthWest Ohio
Computer Association for
obtaining technical services
for 2014-15.
•Entered into an agreement with Great Lakes Biomedical Services for obtaining drug screening services
for 2014-15.
•Entered into an agreement, by a vote of 3-1, with
Ohio SchoolComp for
workers’ compensation and
unemployment compensation claims management
services, effective January 1
to December 31, 2015, with
an annual fee of $3,820.
Mrs. Brown voted
against the agreement, questioning the reason for the
cost increase from last year
of $3,710.
•Approved the 2014-15
school fees for the elementary schools, junior high and
high school.
•Approved milk bids
from Reiter Dairy–skim,
white, 0.2010 cents; 1 percent,
white,
0.2135
cents; skim, chocolate,
0.2200 cents; strawberry,
Council pursues dispatching with sheriff
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Parking spaces are drawn
against traffic, opposite of traditional angle parking.
To watch a video showing
how back-in parking spaces
are used in Wheat Ridge, Colorado, visit www.youtube.
com/watch?v=Kf1wIOC2elw
or the Record Journal website
at www.rossford.com for the
link.
Other Business
In other business, council:
•Approved the purchase for
the police department of three
800 mHz portable radios from
Bender Communications and
scan-head device, $14,319
from the Hollywood Casino
grant; a 2014 Ford sedan from
Statewide Ford Lincoln for the
detective, $23,950, from the
law enforcement trust fund;
and Cellebrite USA software
for officers to download cell
phone and other portable
device information–even it was
previously deleted–for investigation, $12,935, from the law
enforcement drug fine fund.
•Accepted the donation of
real estate at 213 Bacon Street.
City Administrator Ed
Ciecka explained that the property, owned by the estate of
Charlotte Starnes, has a lien
against it from two community
improvement grants, totaling
about $17,000.
The lien exceeds the value
for which the property could
be sold.
The city intends to demolish the house and sell the land.
“It’s an attempt to remove
some blight,” Mr. Ciecka
added.
•Approving a natural gas
aggregation plan of operation.
Mr. Ciecka said two public
hearings were held on the plan.
•Authorized the city administrator to seek membership in
the Ohio Public Entity Consortium Healthcare Cooperative to
self-insure city employee
health benefits through the Jefferson Health Plan.
Mr. Ciecka said the consortium would allow the city to
consider alternatives and with
a larger pool could benefit
from lower costs.
“It’s a three-year commitment, but there’s no upfront
cost,” he added.
The resolution was
approved by a vote of 6-1 with
Councilman Wagner voting no.
Mr. Wagner said he is concerned about a program that
would allow the city to participate without a buy-in cost.
•Heard from Councilman
Ruse, who is a member of the
Rossford Convention and Visitors Bureau board, that the
Bowling Green CVB will end
its contract in six months to
operate the Rossford CVB.
“They have limited
resources,” he said. “We’re
going to have to go through
some changes.”
The CVB board will meet
soon to discuss the options.
He also announced that
Rossford was in the running
for the Ohio Chautauqua historical program to return
ROSSFORD RECORD JOURNAL — July 3, 2014 — Page 3
Positions eliminated
in 2015.
However, state officials
decided the program would
only take place in four cities in
Ohio, and Rossford was fifth
on the list, he said.
•Heard from Bob Densic of
Birch Drive that his recent
water bill was $92, and he
believes city officials should
discuss options for water service.
“It’s a hindrance to economic development in this
area,” he said. “If we want to
get industry in here, they’re
huge water users.”
Mr. Densic suggested that
council request the Northwestern Water and Sewer District to
have a performance audit completed, as was just done for the
Rossford School District.
“Anything we can do to
drop these rates is appreciated,” he said.
•Heard from Mr. Ciecka
that some Rossford property
owners near I-75 may receive
letters from the Ohio Department of Transportation about
an upcoming project.
“Consultants will be entering their properties for field
testing data,” he explained.
ODOT is planning a large
redesign project in 2018 of the
I-75 bridge over the Maumee
River, including work extending nearly to Buck Road.
Council’s next meeting will
be at 7 p.m., Monday, July 14,
at the municipal building, 133
Osborn Street, and is open to
the public.
0.2245 cents.
•Entered into an agreement, by a vote of 3-1, with
Ohio School Plan for property, auto, liability, and violence insurance effective
July 1, 2014, through July
1, 2015, with a premium of
$61,307.
Mrs. Brown voted
against the agreement.
•Entered into an agreement with the state auditor
for services to compile the
basic financial statements
for the district for the fiscal
years ending June 30, 2014
and 2015.
•Entered into an agreement with WSOS Community Action for the early
childhood program for
2014-15.
•Entered into an agreement with Children’s
Resource Center (CRC) to
continue with its schoolbased services within the
district for 2014-15.
Board member Dawn
Burks believes the services
are helpful to students.
“As a counselor, I think
it’s very important for our
students that we continue
with this program,” she
said.
•Adopted the CLAIM
course of study for grade 6,
which stands for Current
Events, Leadership, Art,
Integrated Project and
Music.
•Approved new/revised
policies on Nondiscrimination and Equal Employment
Opportunity; Prohibition
Against Disability Discrimination in Employment;
Non-discrimination and
Access to Equal Educational Opportunity; ADA Prohibition Against Discrimination Based on Disability.
At the suggestion of Mrs.
Brown, the board tabled
voting on a new/revised
section on board meetings.
The next regular board
meeting is at 6 p.m., Monday, July 21, 2014 at Bulldog Center, 719 Dixie Highway, and is open to the public.
Rossford
Police Reports
June 19: 900 block
Dixie Highway, arrested
Darvis C. Ezell, 50, Hugo
Street, Maumee, theft.
June 21: 1100 block
Buck Road, theft.
June 23: Warrent arrest,
Charaya S. Watkins, 24,
Homer Avenue, Toledo,
failure to appear.
700 block Dixie Highway, bicycle theft.
Township police
officers face
disciplinary action
Two Perrysburg Township
police detectives were placed
on road patrol and one was
discharged in separate incidents.
In a telephone interview
last Friday, Deputy Chief
Mike Gilmore said Detective
Sergeant James Gross was
demoted and he, along with
Detective Scott Moskowitz,
were assigned to road patrol
for conduct unbecoming a
township officer.
A third officer, whose
name was not disclosed pending the result of a grievance
hearing, was terminated. “It’s
in the appeal process, and
we’re hoping to have it done
in July,” he said.
The deputy chief emphasized that the incidents “were
completely isolated, independent issues that came down in a
week or two. We got a run of
several disciplinary actions at
the same time.”
He believes the department
responded quickly and appropriately responding to each
issue.
When asked if the hiring of
Mike Dier as a consultant for
the detective bureau was related to any of the officers’
actions, Deputy Chief Gilmore
said it was not.
“The consultant was hired
as a special investigator to
help with a cold case,” he
added.
Wood County Dog Shelter listing
The following dogs
have been impounded by the
Wood County Dog Shelter:
•Male tan pit bull terrier
•Male black/brown/white
beagle
•Female black/white pit
bull terrier
•Male tri-colored Walker
hound
•Female black lab
•Male white/tan Shih Tzu
•Male white/black fox
terrier
•Neutered male white
cocker spaniel
•Female gray/white terrier mix
•Neutered
male
black/white lab mix
•Male tri-colored hound
•Male black/white hound
mix
•Female black/tan shepherd
•Female white/tan Jack
Russell terrier
•Two female black lab
mix dogs
•Female black/white lab
mix
•Female brown/tan lab
mix
•Male black/tan hound
•Male tri-colored hound
•Female brown/white
/black hound
•Female tan/black terrier
mix
•Male white/black American bulldog
•Neutered
male
white/black pit bull mix
•Female black merle
hound
•Female brown lab terrier
The Wood County Dog
Shelter is located at 1912
East Gypsy Lane, Bowling
Green.
Hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday,
from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.;
Thursday, from 8:30 a.m. to
noon and from 3:30 to 4:30
p.m., and Saturday, from 9
a.m. to noon.
For more information or
adoption, call 419-3549242, or send an e-mail to
[email protected]
.us. Information also is
available at the Web site
www.co.wood.oh.us/dog
shelter.
Municipal Court Reports
The following cases were
finalized in Perrysburg
Municipal Court June 9 to18,
2014. An additional $78 in
court costs was sentenced for
each case, unless otherwise
noted.
Nicole F. Swan, West
Ironwood Drive, hit/skip
leave, no fine.
Wayne A. Stowers, Ironwood Drive, seat belt, $30
fine, $63 court costs.
Jennifer M. Traver, Lewis
Street, seat belt, $30 fine,
$63 court costs.
Jamie L. Williams, Lewis
Street, seat belt, $20 fine,
$63 court costs.
Jacob D. Bloomer, Oak
Street, traffic control device,
$30 fine, no court costs;
expired plates, no fine.
Michael A. Pheifer, Elm
Street, speed, $49 fine; seat
belt, $30 fine, no court costs.
Charles F. Gyori, Bacon
Street, disorderly conduct,
$50 fine, $73 court costs.
Mellody E. Taylor, Oak
Street, failure to control, $22
fine.
Rossford Fire/EMS Reports
Date
June 23
June 24
June 25
June 26
June 27
June 28
Situation
EMS run
EMS run
EMS run
EMS run
EMS run
EMS run
Fire run
EMS run
Fire run
EMS run
EMS run
Fire run
EMS run
EMS run
Location
1000 block Groce Street
500 block Lime City Road
400 block Dixie Highway
1100 block Buck Road
1200 block Grassy Lane
100 block Elm Street
9700 block Clark Drive
500 block Lime City Road
Ramco Dr. & Crossroads Pkwy.
Beech St. & Glenwood Road
100 block Rossburn Avenue
I-75 south near Buck Road
200 block Hoffman
1100 block Buck Road
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PUBLIC HEARING
City of Rossford, Ohio
Use of Program Income from the
City’s Community Housing Impact
and Preservation Program (CHIP)
The City of Rossford is eligible to use funds paid
back from clients previously assisted with CHIP
program funds from grants funded in 1997 and
1999. The City estimates that it has $230,500 of
HOME Investment Partnership Program funds
available for use for eligible activities and
households.
A public hearing will be convened Thursday July
17, 2014, at 4:00 p.m. in Council Chambers, at
the City Municipal Building located at 133
Osborn Street, Rossford, Ohio. Citizens are
encouraged to attend the hearing to learn more
about the eligible activities that can be funded
using CHIP/HOME Program Income, and to provide input on the planned activities.
CHIP/HOME Program Income can fund such
housing activities as Private Owner Rehabilitation, Tenant-Based Rental Assistance, Rental
Rehabilitation, Homeownership Assistance
(down payment and closing costs), & New Construction with Habitat for Humanity. Activities
must be designed to primarily benefit low-andmoderate income persons or eliminate
slum/blight conditions.
The City of Rossford is proposing to undertake
the following City-wide activities funded with
CHIP/HOME Program Income: Private Owner
Rehabilitation $142,500 (HOME); New Construction with Habitat for Humanity $66,000
(HOME); and Administration $22,000 (HOME).
The City may use a total of $230,500 to fund
these activities.
Should any participant require auxiliary aids due
to disability or non-English languages, please
contact this office at least one week prior to the
hearing date to ensure needs will be accommodated. Anyone wishing to submit written comments prior to the hearing date may submit
them to the City of Rossford.
City of Rossford
Mayor Neil A. MacKinnon, III
133 Osborn Street
Rossford, Ohio 43460-1236
Rossford Area Business & Service Directory
Citizen Advisory Group
702 Commerce Drive, Suite 130, Perrysburg
419-872-0204
www.citizenadvisory.com
Clothes Mentor
Womenʼs and Maternity Resale
194 E. South Boundary, Perrysburg
419-872-0022
Directions Credit Union
27427 Crossroads Parkway, Rossford
419-873-1356
www.directionscu.org
Edward Jones
Justin Knierim, AAMS, Financial Advisor
849 Dixie Highway, Rossford
419-666-1910
www.edwardjones.com
[email protected]
Farmers & Merchants State Bank
7001 Lighthouse Way, Perrysburg
419-931-8892
www.fm-bank.com
First Federal Bank
1077 Louisiana Avenue, Perrysburg
419-872-8326
www.first-fed.com
Fraser, Clemens, Martin & Miller LLC
Intellectual Property and Technology Law
28366 Kensington Lane, Perrysburg
419-874-1100
www.fraser-ip.com
Fraternal Order of Eagles 2322
658 Lime City Road, Rossford
419-666-9253
GenoaBank
9920 Olde U.S. 20, Rossford
419-873-9818
www.genoabank.com
Heban, Sommer and Murphree, LLC
Attorneys at Law
200 Dixie Highway, Rossford
419-662-3100
www.hsm-law.net
Kingston Residence of Perrysburg
333 East Boundary Street, Perrysburg
419-872-6200
McDonaldʼs Restaurant
835 Lime City Road, Rossford
419-666-7575
Northwestern Water & Sewer District
12560 Middleton Pike, Bowling Green
1-877-354-9090
www.nwwsd.org
Once Upon A Child
Childrenʼs Resale
140 E. South Boundary, Perrysburg
419-874-3606
Perrysburg Commons
10542 Fremont Pike, Perrysburg
419-874-1931
www.perrysburg.commons.com
Platoʼs Closet
Teen Resale
144 W. South Boundary, Perrysburg
419-873-8600
Rossford Athletic Boosters
Laurie Carter, President
Meetings: 6:30 p.m. • RHS library
Third Wednesdays of each month
[email protected]
Rossford Convention & Visitors Bureau
932 Dixie Highway, Rossford
1-800-866-0046
www.visitrossfordohio.com
Rossford Heating and Cooling
419 Superior Street, Rossford
419-666-5699
www.rossfordheatingandcooling.com
Rossford Police Patrolmenʼs Association
146 Dixie Highway, Suite 211, Rossford
Rossford Public Library
720 Dixie Highway, Rossford
419-666-0924
www.rossfordlibrary.org
Published in the Rossford Record Journal, issue of July 3, 2014.
Rossford Record Journal
Perrysburg Messenger Journal
Holland-Springfield Journal
Point-Shoreland Journal
117 East Second Street, Perrysburg
419-874-4491
www.welchpublishing.com
Rossford-Sujkowski Funeral Home
830 Lime City Road, Rossford
419-666-1566
Smithers Insurance Agency/
Nationwide Insurance
229 Superior Street, Rossford
419-666-5703
www.nwagent.com/jerry_smithers.html
Tim Hortons
1011 Buck Road, Rossford
419-661-1468
www.TimHortons.com
Wayward Inn
1213 Schreier Road, Rossford
419-666-3288
Wellman Rental and Supply, Inc.
26860 Eckel Road, Perrysburg
419-874-7951
Drs. Zouhary and Fisher, DDS, Inc.
849 Dixie Highway, Rossford
419-666-3327
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The Rossford Beautification Committee has been
busy this spring adding
color to the downtown landscape and maintaining the
sidewalk beds planted last
fall.
There were 54 rose
bushes planted at the Edward Ford Memorial Park.
A walk through the park
highlights many perennials
that have been planted over
the past two years.
The raised bed at city
hall is blooming with roses,
geraniums and snap dragons
that the group added this
spring.
The RBC has noticed
some improvement in the
business district as some
business
owners
have
spruced up their buildings
and added flower pots outside their doors.
With planting finished,
the RBC now is directing
their sights on their major
fund-raiser,
“Strolling
Downtown,” to be held in
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Last year the event was
well-received by those participating. Some commented
that it was nice to meet the
business owners and see
what is available in our
downtown.
Once again, Strolling
Downtown is sponsored by
the Rossford Business Association’s generous donation.
Last year, 25 businesses
and organizations participated. A raffle worth hundreds of dollars was held at
the end of the event.
The Rossford United
Methodist Church is planning an ice cream social
during the afternoon.
The Beautification Committee always welcomes
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The Independence Day
fireworks display and Star
Spangled Banner Celebration will be held on Thursday, July 3, at Fort Meigs
Historic Site, State Route 65
in Perrysburg.
The 34th annual River
Cities fireworks display will
take place as darkness falls
Thursday evening. There is
no admission for the fireworks.
The firing site for the display will be on the Perrysburg/Maumee bridge. The
fireworks will be preloaded
on flatbed semi-trailers
which will be driven onto the
bridge at approximately 8
p.m., and removed by midnight.
The bridge will be closed
to all pedestrian and vehicular traffic between those
hours.
Spectators can view the
fireworks display from inside or outside the fort.
In the event of inclement
weather, the fireworks display will be held on Friday,
July 4.
Star Spangled Banner
Celebration
Prevention Partners, a
program of Behavioral Connections, will host its annual
Star Spangled Banner Celebration event on Thursday,
July 3, at Fort Meigs Historic Site, Route 65, Perrysburg.
The event includes a family carnival, musical performance, food, games, pony
rides, raffles and more, culminating in fireworks hosted
by the cities of Maumee and
Perrysburg.
The kids’ carnival will
run from 3 to 7 p.m. Families
can enjoy games and activities by the PASA Teen Board
and the YMCA Fun Bus.
From 4 p.m. to midnight,
guests can enjoy various
food vendors, carnival rides
and games, pony rides, a
50/50 raffle and glow merchandise.
The fireworks begin at 10
p.m.
“This event is our largest
and my favorite of the year,”
says Michelle Erford, coordinator of Prevention Partners.
“We are excited to bring
thousands of people from the
community together to share
our message and help them
celebrate the Fourth of July
in a fun, safe environment.”
Schedule of Events
•3 p.m.–kids carnival,
games,
glow-in-the-dark
face paint and more.
•3 to 6 p.m.–humane society booth open.
•4 p.m.–performance by
the Dance Factory; 50/50
raffle sales begin.
•4:30 p.m.–carnival rides
and food vendors open.
•5 to 8 p.m.–YMCA
booth with free kids crafts
and activities.
•7 p.m.–musical performance by Cindy Slee and
Aaron Keaster.
•9:30 p.m.–50/50 raffle
the Community Care Free Medical Clinic
at 2150 South Byrne Road, Toledo, until 8
p.m. Call 419-482-8127 for information.
8:30 p.m.
Alcoholics Anonymous-OD at United
Methodist Church, 270 Dixie Highway.
Daylily Expo set for July 13
The 10th Daylily Expo,
hosted by the Black Swamp
Hosta and Daylily Society, will
be held on Sunday, July 13,
from 1 to 4 p.m., at the Toledo
Botanical Garden Conference
Center, 5403 Elmer Drive,
Toledo. The event is free and
open to the public.
Gentle Family Dentistry
Also located at:
735 Haskins Road,
Bowling Green, OH
419-353-1412
On display will be hundreds of daylily blooms and
exhibits, daylilies in arrangements, a daylily division clinic,
door prizes, an opportunity to
vote for your favorite daylily
and a tour of Toledo Botanical
Gardens two American Hemerocallis Society’s Display Gardens. There will be daylily
exhibits highlighting the
blooms of the many cultivars
now available from members’
gardens. Black Swamp members Charlie Harper and Jack
Church will lead a discussion
on using chemicals with
daylilies. The Expo will consist of floral arrangements, a
Pick Your Favorite contest, a
clinic on how to divide
daylilies, daylily soup and
salad recipes and samples to
taste, door prizes, and a garden
tour of TBG’s newly expanded
Daylily Walk led by Black
Swamp member Joyce Lane.
In 2001, TBG’s Daylily
Walk was awarded this designation, and in 2007 their Historic Garden became one as
well.
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•10 p.m.–fireworks.
The Star Spangled Banner Celebration is held every
year at Fort Meigs.
The event provides families with a fun opportunity to
celebrate the Fourth of July
without the use of drugs and
alcohol. Prevention Partners
works in the community
through its coalition and the
PASA Teen Board to prevent
the use of drugs and alcohol
among Perrysburg youth.
Admission is free and all
are welcome to enjoy the
carnival and the fireworks in
a drug-free environment.
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healthy communities and
drug free youth by providing
education, resources and
community partnerships.
For 25 years, Prevention
Partners has worked to build
healthy communities and
drug free youth in Perrysburg through various programs that provide resources
to support healthy youth and
families.
Some of the programs include the PASA Teen Board,
Community Coalition and
the “Parents Who Host Lose
the Most:” Don’t be a party
to teenage drinking–it’s
against the law campaign.
Fort Meigs
Historic Site
Fort Meigs Historic Site
will celebrate Independence
Day 1813 on Friday, July 4.
Visitors will experience
music, games, musket and
cannon firings.
Soldiers and civilian reenactors from the War of
1812 will provide hands-on
activities and weapons
demonstrations. A recreation
of the original 1813 Independence Day celebration
will be held at 2 p.m.
Soldiers will fire the cannons 18 times, re-create the
original toasts to the nation
given in 1813, and play fife
and drum music. The site
will be open from noon to 5
p.m.
Admission is $8 for
adults, $7 for seniors, and $4
for children ages 6 to 18.
Ohio Historical Society
members and children age 5
and younger are admitted
free.
For additional information, call 800-283-8916 or
visit the Web site at
www.fortmeigs.org.
Cruise-In Car Show
The cruise-in car show,
organized by Rick Ruffner,
owner of O~Deer Diner, is
held every Friday evening
from 6 to 8 p.m. at Commodore Schoolyard including Friday, July 4.
All makes and years of
cars are welcome and there
is no fee for the event at the
corner of Louisiana and Indiana avenues.
Car owners are asked to
register at O~Deer Dinner,
Louisiana Avenue.
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To get the best view of the annual fireworks display, the following
areas are available:
•Fort Meigs, inside and outside the fort.
•Lower parking lot at Fort Meigs, off Rapids Road. Please be advised that the road will be closed at 8 p.m.
•Orleans Park has plenty of parking and is an excellent vantage
point.
•Riverside Park on West Front Street.
•Fort Meigs grassy area off State Route 65.
THERE IS NO VIEWING ON THE BRIDGE.
Friday, July 4
Fort Meigs will be open from noon to 5 p.m.
2 p.m.
18-cannon National Salute accompanied by toasts and fife
and drum music.
Friday, July 4
Cruise-In Car Show
6 to 8 p.m.
Commodore Schoolyard, Louisiana Avenue, Perrysburg
Toledo Rep
seeks new
board members
Attorneys At Law
Leatherman & Witzler
The Toledo Repertoire
Theatre is now accepting applications from individuals
interested in serving on the
board of trustees.
For an application form or
more information, call business manager Kathy McGovern at 419-243-9277 or send
an email to [email protected]
toledorep.org. The deadline
for applications is July 15.
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Perrysburg, Ohio 43551
419-874-3536
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Serving the Community Since 1950
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Star Spangled Banner Celebration, family activities,
Perrysburg/Maumee fireworks display tonight
To include your organization’s activities, mail or drop
off the details to the Rossford Record Journal, 117 East
Second Street, PO Box 267, Perrysburg, Ohio 43552. Or
send an e-mail, with the date, time and location, to di
[email protected] The deadline is Friday at noon.
Thursday, July 3
3:00 p.m. Fourth of July celebration at Fort Meigs.
Activities begin at 3 p.m. Fireworks begin
at 10 p.m.
Friday, July 4 – Independence Day
Saturday, July 5
10:00 a.m. Nature Preserve stewardship volunteers at
Kitty Todd Preserve at Oak Openings. Call
614-717-2770, extension 144.
11:00 a.m. AlAnon women’s support group, “The
Saturday Good Morning Group,” at the
Rossford Community Recreation Center,
400 Dixie Highway
Sunday, July 6
1:30 p.m. Hot YogAlign with Joe, free community
yoga class until 2:45 p.m., at 29101 Hufford
Road, Graystone Hall, room 103. Class is
non-heated, bring a mat. Register at
hotyogawithjoe.com or call 419-874-2911.
Monday, July 7
7:00 p.m. There is a Solution AA Group, closed meeting, at Lutheran Church of the Master,
28744 Simmons Road, Perrysburg.
Tuesday, July 8
9:15 a.m.
Wood County Commissioners on the fifth
floor of the Wood County Office Building,
One Courthouse Square, Bowling Green.
12:00 p.m. AlAnon at CedarCreek Church, 29129
Lime City Road. Free baby-sitting.
6:00 p.m. Quilts of Valor at the Quilt Foundry, 234
West Wayne Street, Maumee until 9 p.m.
Donations welcome. Call JoEllen Morris
for information, 419-461-3669.
6:15 p.m. Real Estate Investors Association at the
Knights of Columbus, 4256 Secor Road,
Toledo. Call 419-283-8427.
7:00 p.m. Alzheimer’s Association caregivers support
group at Way Public Library, 101 East
Indiana Avenue. Call 419-537-1999.
Wednesday, July 9
7:30 a.m. Perrysburg Kiwanis Club in the lower level
of Way Public Library, 101 East Indiana
Avenue, until 8:30 a.m. Open to the public.
8:00 a.m. Senior Food Pantry available through
Perrysburg Township until 11 a.m. at the
township hall, 26609 Lime City Road.
Must be 60 years old or older to qualify.
2:00 p.m. Perrysburg Township Board of Trustees
department heads meeting at the township
hall, 26609 Lime City Road.
Thursday, July 10
8:30 a.m. Perrysburg Township food distribution at
the township hall, 26609 Lime City Road,
until 10 a.m.
9:15 a.m.
Wood County Commissioners on the fifth
floor of the Wood County Office Building,
One Courthouse Square, Bowling Green.
6:00 p.m. CedarCreek’s South Toledo Campus hosts
Kris S. Kelley, D.D.S.
Michael J. Thebes, D.D.S.
13003 Roachton Road
Perrysburg, OH 43551
Phone: 419-874-7071
Fort Meigs historic demonstrations Friday
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Obituary
Rossford Senior Center
The Wood County Committee on Aging
•STAN HUBBARD
Stan Hubbard, 72, of Perrysburg, died June 24, 2014.
He was born on May 30,
1942.
As a young boy growing
up in the country, he had a
talent for being able to study
anything and then take it
apart and repair or improve
it. He was fascinated by automobiles and was able to
build successful businesses
working at filling stations.
He parlayed that knowledge
into heavy construction
equipment, beginning as a
service technician and continuing into management of
a large local Caterpillar repair facility. He valued all
the people-skills he acquired
while working for Peter Holt
of the Caterpillar’s founding
family. He was a friend and
mentor to many young mechanics.
He
became
locally
renowned for his skills in
building show-quality engines and refurbishing street
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 MondayFriday for home-bound seniors in Wood County who are
unable to prepare meals for
themselves.
Frozen meals are available
for the weekend. If eligible,
the cost is on a donation
basis. For more information,
call Social Services at 1-800367-4935.
To register for weekly activities, call the Senior Center.
Pickleball Sessions are
offered on Tuesdays and
Thursdays, from noon to 3
p.m. Session fees include $30
annual fee payable to
WCCOA. Register by calling
419-353-5661.
Fitness Forever sessions
are being offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays in July.
This is an award winning
video exercise program featuring exercises that will enhance and maintain the good
health and fitness of older
adults.
Monday, July 7
Noon menu–Stuffed Pepper or Almond Fish, Riviera
blend vegetables, citrus sections, banana, ice cream.
•9:30 a.m.–Body Recall
Tuesday, July 8
Noon menu–Roast Pork or
Cordon Bleu Casserole,
tomato zucchini blend,
melon, cherry pineapple
whip.
•10 a.m.–Fitness Forever
•Noon–Rossford Senior
Club
Wednesday, July 9
Noon menu–Chipped Ham
or Chicken Salad, three-bean
salad, cauliflower peanut
salad, pineapple with cottage
cheese, cookies.
•9:30 a.m.–Body Recall
•12:30 p.m.–Cheesecake
Tasting sponsored by Otter-
Nominations sought for Maumee HS
Distinguished Alumnus awards
The
Maumee
High
School Alumni Association
is accepting nominations for
the Distinguished Maumee
High School Alumnus
Award.
The purpose of this award
is to recognize and honor
graduates of Maumee High
School who have made
demonstrated excellence in
their adult lives and who are
successful in the areas of
business, industry, the mili-
tary, education, non-profit
service organizations, the
arts, community service, politics and other areas.
To be considered, the
nominee must have graduated
10 years ago or more. Nominations also my be made
posthumously.
Forms are available online
at http://www.maumee.k12
.oh.us/alumni/distin
guished_alumnus_award.php.
The deadline is August 15.
bein Portage Valley Retirement Community. In honor of
National Cheesecake Month,
we will be sampling a variety
of cheesecakes and learning
about the dessert’s history.
Thursday, July 10
Noon
menu–Beef
Stroganoff
or
Chicken
Nuggets, buttered noodles,
squash, tossed salad, pears.
•10 a.m.–Fitness Forever
•12:30
p.m.–Program:
“Still Made in the USA.” Join
Mary Tebbe, WCCOA, to
learn all the different products
that are still made right here
in the USA.
Friday, July 11
Noon menu–Goulash or
Salmon Loaf, Far East blend
vegetables, grape juice,
peaches and cream with granola.
•9:30 a.m.–Body Recall
Upcoming Events
•July 15, at 9 a.m.–Breakfast Bunch at the Bulldog
Diner, Dixie Highway, Rossford. Start the day right with
a great breakfast and good
friends.
•July 15, 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.
•July 16, at noon–Birthday
Celebration with gift bags
courtesy of Genesis HealthCare. Seniors with July birthdays must register in advance.
•July 17, at 12:15
p.m.–Wellness
Programs
using Water as Therapy by
Amber Haas from Kingston
Residence of Perrysburg.
Learn the benefits of using
water to exercise and discover
how it can incorporate a feeling of wellness in your life.
No swimming skills are required to benefit from this activity.
•July 21, at 12:30
p.m.–Vascular Disease and
Screening. Learn about peripheral artery disease along
with a screening to find out if
you may need further testing.
Jessica Fredericks, Midwest
Vascular will be here to answer your questions and provide you with a free
screening.
•July 22, at noon–Rossford Senior Club.
•July 23, from 10 a.m. to
noon–Free blood pressure
screenings using the selfmonitoring device.
•July 23, at 12:30
p.m.–Seminar Series: How
Did They Do That? presented
by Mary Tebbe, WCCOA.
Ever wonder how wonders of
the world were created? The
topic for this program will be
St. Peter’s Basilica.
•July 24, at 12:45
p.m.–Bingo with prizes sponsored by Perrysburg Commons.
•July 28, at noon–Program: “Discover the Wood
County Parks.” Discover the
great parks in Wood County
and learn more about the programs they have to offer. Presented by Pam Menchaca,
senior naturalist, Wood
County Park District.
gh
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.
Rossford United Methodist Church will offer a Vacation Bible School for
preschoolers age 3 through
students in eighth grade, July
21-24
The theme for the week is
“Workshop of Wonders.” Dinner will be held at 5:15 p.m.
Perrysburg
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Dentistry
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Jon B. Dove, D.D.S.,
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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”
ROSSFORD FIRST
BAPTIST CHURCH
157 Bergin Street
Rossford, Ohio 43460
Phone 419-666-9447
Rev. Alexander Sheares
SUNDAY
9:00 a.m. Sunday School
10:45 a.m. Worship Service
WEDNESDAY
6:00 p.m. Prayer Service,
Testifying and Bible Study
Sunday Services:
Holy Eucharist 8 & 10 A.M.
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.
Wednesday:
Worship Service 6 P.M.
24250 Dixie Highway
(Highway 25)
Perrysburg, Ohio 43551
(located just south
of Five Point Road)
Phone: (419) 874-6502
Masses: Saturday,
5:00
p.m.; Sunday, 8:00, 9:45 and
11:30 a.m.
stjohn23.org
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
WHERE EVERYONE IS
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.
WELCOME
for students, and the program
ends each day at 8:30 p.m.
All are welcome, and
there is no cost to attend. For
registration forms or more information, call the church at
419-666-5323, or visit the
church weekdays from 8 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
Sgt. Christoff fund-raiser August 8
to support Wounded Warrior Project
Perrysburg
Family
Dentistry
IN THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE
ROSSFORD UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
270 Dixie Highway
Rossford, Ohio 43460
Phone 419-666-5323
www.facebook.com/
rossfordumc
www.rossfordumc.org
Pastor: Rev. Robert Ball
SUNDAY
10:00 a.m. Service
No Sunday School for summer.
Nursery Available
IT COULD BE A PLACE FOR YOU
Rossford UM Church to offer
Vacation Bible School July 21-24
“Restoring
teeth
The golf tournament beThe annual Sgt.
David ery,” your
Ms. Brondes
said.can restore
Christoff Fallen Heroes
MeSheand
explained
that there gins
with
your
health
appearance
for
a a shotgun start at 10
morial Fund-raiser will take are several ways to partici- a.m.
lifetime.”
place Friday, August
8.
pate in the fund-raiser:
It includes a four-person
Lisa Brondes, who is co•Become a sponsor in the scramble, lunch and awards
ordinating the event, said all Fallen Heroes Memorial Golf reception following the
proceeds will benefit the Tournament or golf in the round.
Wounded Warrior Project.
event on Friday, August 8, at
Registration is limited to
The annual fund-raiser is Stone Ridge Golf Club in the first 30 teams.
named in memory of U.S. Bowling Green.
There is an $85 fee per
Marine Sgt. David Christoff
•Make a donation or vol- golfer, or $35 to attend the
of Rossford.
unteer to assist at the fund- awards reception.
Sgt. Christoff was killed raiser at the website
Cynthia Parsons will be
in May 2006 serving his sec- www.HeroesUnforgotten. the guest speaker at the
ond tour in Iraq. He volun- com.
awards reception with a mesteered for duty the day after
“At any level, your partic- sage of “love and endurance”
the September 11, 2001 ter- ipation in honor of Sgt. about her son, U.S. Army Sgt.
rorist
attacks, motivated by
•
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the desire to protect the free- who have served and sacriOn September 30, 2006,
dom and safety of those he ficed for our benefit and the anti-coalition forces attacked
loved.
benefit of our country, is very his convoy on a mission in
He is now laid to rest at much
appreciated,” Ms. Rhamadi, Iraq.
Arlington National Cemetery Brondes said.
He suffered a severe
in Virginia.
The Wounded Warrior anoxic brain injury and two
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W. Boundary
Project serves
veterans
and cardiac arrests, and ultia
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leader
of
men,
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members
who in- mately succumbed to bilatEvening hours available
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He also was handy at home
remodeling and generous
about repairing cars of
friends and family. He was
passionate about antiques
and collectibles and an adept
fisherman.
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by his son, Jeff (Lori) Hubbard; daughter, Sandy (Will)
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(Kyle), Brittany, Megan,
Jeffrey Jr., Brandon and
Anya (Brett); four greatgrandchildren;
brother,
Gene (Ellen) Hubbard; sister, Sonia (Ernie) Quincy;
in-laws, Donald and Angela
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Sandy Couture. He was preceded in death by his wife,
Helen.
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held at the Sujkowski Funeral Home of Rossford. Interment was private.
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AND NOBODY IS PERFECT
WEST TOLEDO
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PERRYSBURG
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For more information,
contact Ms. Brondes at 419283-6633 or by email at
[email protected]
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Central Catholic to host
to be on July 10
Irish Weekend July 25-28 distribution
The Perrysburg Township held the second Thursday of
Central Catholic High
School is planning an Irish
Weekend from Friday, July
25 through Monday, July 28.
The following events are
scheduled.
Gather in the Gallagher on
Friday, July 25, from 5 to 11
p.m. This event takes place at
Gallagher Stadium on the
campus of Central Catholic
High School, and it features
live music by Johnny Rodriguez from 5 to 7 p.m and
Madison Avenue from 7 to
11. A $50 ticket includes admission for two, entry into a
raffle with a first prize of
$2,000 and a second prize of
$500, and two beverage tickets. Proceeds will benefit
Central Catholic scholarships.
An Irish Athletic Golf Outing is set for Saturday, July
26, at Bedford Hills Golf
Club, with a 9:30 a.m. shotgun start. This is a foursome
scrambles event featuring 18
holes of golf with a cart, skins,
prizes, hole-in-one contests,
and food. Registration is $70
per golfer. Proceeds will benefit the golfer’s choice of the
Fighting Irish football, basketball or wrestling programs.
A Music Hall of Fame induction ceremony will be
held Saturday, July 26, at 4
p.m., at the Pinnacle. Iductees
are: Robert Gable, William
Gray, Jerry (Gerald) Holden,
Robert (posthumous) and
Sharon Minor, Joseph Myers,
Debra Ross-Calabrese, James
Spurrier, Amy Seeman-Sujkowski, Sharon SitekDendinger and Mary Helen
Zunkiewicz-Galuzny.
The Exclaim! Christian
Music Concert is scheduled
for Sunday, July 27. This
diocesan event takes place at
the Monsignor Schmit CYO
Athletic Complex, 555 South
Holland-Sylvania Road in
Toledo, and features Christian
music, interactive workshops,
sports tournaments, family
activities, concessions, a celebration of the Sacrament of
Reconciliation, and closing
Mass. Gates open at 1 p.m.,
and admission is free.
The Irish Open golf outing
will be on Monday, July 28, at
Stone Oak Country Club, with
7:30 a.m. or 1:15 p.m. shotgun starts. This is a foursome
scrambles event featuring 18
holes of golf with a cart,
breakfast, lunch, hors d’oeuvres, cocktail hour, mulligans,
skins, prizes, and hole-in-one
contests. This year’s honorary
chairman is Mary Noggle, and
the event is dedicated to Bishop
Robert Donnelly and Rev.
Martin Donnelly. Morning tee
times are $125 and afternoon
times are $150. Proceeds benefit the Central Catholic student scholarship fund.
For tickets or additional
information about any of
these events, call Tracy Koralewski at 419-469-8757 or
send
an
email
to
[email protected]
catholic.org.
Registration
forms and sponsorship opportunities are available on the
Central Catholic website at
https://1535.thankyou4
caring.org/irish-weekend.
food distribution will be held
Thursday, July 10, from 7:30
to 10:30 a.m. The township
fire department will sponsor
the food give-away at the
township hall, 26609 Lime
City Road.
Only residents of Perrysburg Township, the City of
Perrysburg and the 43551 zip
code, who are receiving public assistance, are eligible for
this food give-away.
The food distribution,
sponsored by the Perrysburg
Township Fire Department, is
each month. Residents must
bring their own bags.
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FREE ‘WELCOME TO MEDICARE’ SEMINAR
Wednesday, July 16, at 6:00 p.m.
Owens Community College, Toledo Campus
Audio Visual center Bldg., Room 121
30335 Oregon Road, Perrysburg, OH 43551
Hello, my name is James Poling and I am an independent insurance agent
in Perrysburg. I host this Medicare Educational Event every month for
everyone that will soon be eligible for Medicare and has questions.
It is critical that you understand your options!! We will discuss the parts of Medicare,
when and how to enroll, Medicare Supplement versus Medicare Advantage Plans, Part D
Prescription Plans, and how to identify which plan option is right for you.
This is an Educational Event NOT a Sales Event.
No specific carrier or plan materials will be presented or sold.
There is no cost to attend. There is no obligation in attending.
Walk-ins are welcome. RSVP is optional.
Individual appointments are available if you prefer. Call 419-872-0204 with any questions.
(Not affiliated with Medicare or any government agency.)
Citizen Advisory Group
702 Commerce Drive • Perrysburg, OH 43551
419-872-0204
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BUSINESS SERVICES GARAGE SALES
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS
DON’S DRYWALL and
plaster repair. Resurfacing,
texturing. Free estimates,
seven days. 419-476-0145.
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.
MICHAEL’S
EXCAVATING. Sand, stone, topsoil, excavating. Free estimates. Insured. 419-344-1872.
THE CLASSIFIEDS
SERVE EVERYONE
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING—first 10 words $5.50, 30 cents per word thereafter. Display classified section, $12.75 per
column inch. All garage/estate sales must be prepaid, by cash, check or credit card. DEADLINE IS EACH MONDAY
AT NOON. Classified ads mailed in should be accompanied by payment; ads phoned in should be paid promptly to avoid
a $2.00 billing charge. Send ads to P.O. Box 267, Perrysburg, Ohio 43552. Perrysburg Messenger Journal office hours are
Monday, 8:30 to 4:30; Tuesday-Friday, 9 to 4; closed Saturday and Sunday, or visit our Web site at www.perrysburg.com.
CALL 419-874-2528 or 419-874-4491
FIRST TIME ADVERTISERS, WITHOUT A CREDIT HISTORY
MUST PAY FOR ADVERTISING WHEN SUBMITTED FOR PUBLICATION.
Submit your classified advertisement via e-mail. Just visit www.perrysburg.com or www.rossford.com
BUSINESS SERVICES
Stykemain Tree and Lawn
Service, LLC
419-874-0484
Mowing * Mulching * Bush Trimming
Spring and Fall Clean-up
Seasoned Firewood **** Snow Removal
Tree Trimming * Removal * Stump Grinding
GREEN EDGE
LAWN MOWING & LANDSCAPING
Many Services Available
Call
419-874-5006
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Our family serving your family nearly 20 years
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SPORTFISHING CHARTERS
Excursions for up to 10 persons
(419) 666-5952 (Day)
(419) 297-2356 (Night)
www.lakeeriefishing.com
Mackiewicz Siding,
Roofing and Windows LLC
#1 in Quality, #1 in Price, #1 in Service
“Where Quality Matters” Since 1991
Call Today 419-392-1335
Email: [email protected]
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SPRUCE UP YOUR LAWN FOR SUMMER!
Clean-up of your lawn, flower beds, garden, etc.
We can haul and install fresh mulch. We will help you get your
outdoor areas ready for summer.
LAWN MAINTENANCE
Have your lawn maintained weekly with rates that you can afford!
419-872-LAWN (5296)
www.acutabovelawn-snow.com
Al’s Fence
and Deck
Repair/Install
Split rail, privacy, chain
link, vinyl and metal.
25 years experience.
419-450-7202
fenceinstalltoledo.com
Got Weeds?
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
Specializing in: Aluminum,
Refinishing, Wood, Brick
& Stucco
PEST
CONTROL
by Tom’s
(419) 868-8700
Ants, Mice, Bedbugs,
Termites, Box Elder
and Stink Bugs
www.citytermiteandpest.com
STEVE’S DRYWALL, spray
ceilings, texture walls, all
patchwork.
Call
Steve,
419-873-8025.
MOVING IN/OUT? Cleaning, hauling of garbage.
Houses, evictions, foreclosures. Will take any metal/appliances for free. Special
prices for seniors, handicapped, veterans, etc. Please
call John, 419-215-4194.
SCHALLER TRUCKING.
Delivering stone, sand and topsoil for life’s little projects.
419-666-7642, 419-392-7642.
PAINTING AND Wallpapering. Professional, quality work.
Removal, wall repair. Brian,
419-297-9686.
A-1 GUTTER CLEANING.
Eaves cleaned/flushed. Debris taken away. Insured.
419-865-1941.
PIANO TUNING, repairs,
sales. 419-350-6281, 419-7547530. www.beeleypiano.com.
PH. 419-874-1258
CONCRETE / MASONRY
repairs. Specializing in small
jobs, brick restoration and
tuck
pointing/foundations
/porch repairs. Insured/accredited BBB. 40 years experience. 419-729-2067.
R & H Painting
& Power Washing
BDRY BASEMENT Waterproofing. Life of structure warranty. 419-891-0856. 419-7876020. www.bdrynwohio.com
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EXTERIOR PAINTING
Painting & Wallpapering
24112 Lime City Rd. Š Perrysburg, OH
www.envirocarelawn.com
419-874-2251
HANDYMAN.
PERRYSBURG. Electrical, plumbing,
carpentry. Residential and
commercial. 419-704-7201.
HOME PAINTING
47 YEARS EXPERIENCE
in
(419) 874-6779
•Powerwashing •Decks
•Plaster/Drywall Repair
SZYMANSKI
THE ADDED TOUCH
ŠBed Edging & Mulching
ŠTree & Shrub Pruning
ŠLandscape Planting
ŠHydroseeding
METZGER PAINTING
& Wallpapering
SEAL AND repair asphalt
driveways and parking lots.
Hot rubber crack filler. Reasonable rates. Free estimates.
Call Sam 419-478-1144.
Holland, OH
ŠSpring Clean Up
ŠWeekly Mowing
ŠLawn Fertilization
ŠTree & Shrub Care
LAWN MOWING, reasonable rates, estimates. Text or
call Justin 419-309-2002.
LANDSCAPING,
YARD
clean-ups, bushes and shrubs
trimmed or removed. Mulching, edging. Reasonable prices,
quality work. Insured. Call
Don, 419-708-3855.
CONCRETE WORK. Driveways, patios, sidewalks. Cement mason since 1985.
Call Paul 419-327-0883.
HANDYMAN.
EXPERIENCED, references, reasonable. No job too small. Dave
419-823-8033.
INTERIOR
PAINTING,
neat, experienced. References.
Free
estimates.
Donna,
419-476-1173, 419-250-4504.
HURLEY’S INTERIOR/exterior painting. Reasonable
prices. 20 years experience.
Free estimates. Call 419882-6753.
UPHOLSTERY, YOUR fabric or mine. Reasonable.
419-874-5747.
BRICK REPAIR and roofing,
O’Shannons. Specializing in
solving masonry problems.
Chimneys, porches, foundations, tuck-pointing, cement
work. Fully licensed and
insured. License number
BTR05128HRC.
419-2703782.
BASEMENT
WATERPROOFING, wall repair.
Reasonable rates. 30 years experience. Many Perrysburg references. Licensed and insured.
Call anytime, 419-874-2802.
CLASSES OFFERED
Call
419-666-5369
419-509-5284
•Sidewalks •Steps
•Driveways •Pools
•Porches •Garages Call for FREE Estimates
•Patios & More
419-779-0899 or 419-836-7019
NO TIME to work in your
garden? I can help you with
weeding, planting, mulching,
etc. Please call me. Kate,
419-508-0253.
Specializing in
Aluminum & Vinyl Siding
Interior & Exterior
26 Years Experience
419-726-4872
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
ART CLASSES - Group & Private. Drawing, painting & figure study. Beginning through
advanced. EDGERTON ART
Studio & School, Perrysburg. Current schedule and
registration forms available
online at www.EdgertonArt
.com; Call: 419-290-OILS
[6457], Email: Edgerton
[email protected]
PETS
GERMAN SHEPHERD puppies AKC, mom also OFA.
Black/Tan and Sables. Ready
on 8-2, Reserve yours now.
$400. 419-450-1623.
1245 WHITESIDE Drive,
Thursday-Saturday, 9-3. Boys
clothes, toys, VHS tapes, roller
blades, Christmas tree, wooden
garden bridge and cart, beanie
babies, miscellaneous items.
3678 COUNTY Road 106,
Lindsey. 10 miles east of
Woodville on State Route 20,
4 miles north County Road
106. July 4-6, 8:30-6. Antiques/large barn sale. Furniture, clocks, home decor, pictures, iron bed, glassware,
wood tool boxes, collectibles
and nice miscellaneous. Great
buys.
ALL GARAGE SALE ADVERTISING MUST BE
PREPAID,
BY
CASH,
CHECK OR CREDIT CARD
BY MONDAY NOON ON
WEEK OF PUBLICATION
OR THE AD WILL NOT
RUN. CALL 419-874-4491
TO PLACE YOUR AD AND
PAY VIA CREDIT CARD.
FLEA MARKET at Byrne
Road near Hill Avenue at
American Legion Post, Sundays, 7 a.m. to noon. Dealers
wanted. Call 419-389-1095.
MOVING/ESTATE
502 WILLOW Lane, July 4
and 5, 9-4. Household items,
dining set, coffee tables, Goodrich tires, tools, fire pit.
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.
FOR SALE
EXERCISE BIKE, like new.
Paid, $120, asking, $40.
419-873-1940.
FORMAL DRESS, mother
of the bride/groom. Dark gray
size 10. Value $600, asking
$250. OBO. 419-367-1484.
HOME SAUNDERS traction
machine for neck. Originally,
$900,
for
sale,
$250.
419-340-0949.
KLING SOLID oak display
cabinet with plate wells, storage below and removable side
shelves. $350. Call for pictures, 419-345-6804.
LA-Z-BOY
RECLINER/
ROCKER. Leather, dark blue,
just like new, $300. 419-8747763.
PERSONALS
THANK YOU St. Jude. J.R.
LOST & FOUND
SMALL SIAMESE-LOOKING white cat with bluepoint
markings and blue eyes. Lost
from River Place condominiums off Eckel Junction Road
near Meadowood subdivision/
Bridgeview area possibly. Very
timid cat. Please call if seen or
found. 419-360-1040.
Humane Ohio
Low-Cost Spay/Neuter
for Dogs and Cats!
Special prices for stray cats.
We are a non-profit organization.
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Wood County Humane Society’s
PETS OF THE WEEK
Fleur is a 3 year-old boxer and terrier mix. She was surrendered to the
WCHS in May of this year, along
with her four puppies. The puppies
were only 2 weeks-old at the time,
but now they are big enough to find
homes of their own, which means it
is now time for Fleur to find her forever home as well. Fleur is playful,
but well-mannered. She is energetic,
but also enjoys rest and relaxation time. Is Fleur the perfect
addition to your family? Come meet her and find out today!
Sylvia is a very sweet-tempered
adult female feline who was surrendered to the WCHS in May
of this year when her family
could no longer afford to keep
her. Sylvia is about 2 years-old,
is declawed, and is a very calm,
relaxed gal. In fact, she will
hang just like a ragdoll when you pick her up. Sylvia loves
being petted and cuddled more than just about anything and
she cannot wait to find a family of her own. Are you Sylvia’s
forever family? Stop by the shelter and find out today!
**All of our pets have been spayed or neutered, vaccinated
appropriate to their age, tested for heart worm and current on
prevention in dogs, tested for FIV/FeLV in cats, received an
initial de-worming and flea prevention, have a 14 day health
guarantee and a free physical exam to local participating veterinary offices. All of our pets are also microchipped prior to
adoption.**
Bring the ad from the Perrysburg Messenger Journal or the
Rossford Record Journal to the Humane Society and receive
$10 off the adoption of our featured animals of the week!
Please visit or call the Wood County Humane Society at 419-352-7339
to learn more about these great pets. All of our adoptable animals can
be viewed by visiting www.WoodCountyHumaneSociety.org.
HELP WANTED
Looking for experienced Trade Show Representatives to
join our growing organization. This is a fantastic opportunity for an energetic, independent, and highly motivated individual. The Trade Show Representative
generates leads and answers questions to create a opportunity for our company.
QUALIFICATION
Excellent customer service skills, verbal and written
communication skills. Mature, motivated professional
with excellent work ethic, integrity, and professional in
demeanor. Must be extremely flexible and adaptable.
Must have viable transportation.
419-841-6055
American Steel Treating, a growing industrial
company, is seeking several immediate full time
positions in the following fields:
•Industrial Janitorial
•General Labor Industrial
•Maintenance Technicians
•Electrical/Electronic Technicians
Offering excellence in all benefit areas.
Apply in person, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at:
American Steel Treating
Attn: Human Resource Mgr.
525 West Sixth Street, Perrysburg, OH 43551
NOW HIRING: FULL-TIME &
SUBSTITUTE
EDUCATIONAL
AIDES
2 col by 2”= $51/week
Perrysburg/Rossford
Springfield Local, Maumee, Perrysburg, Washington
To
runAnthony
6/25 and
7/2and Penta Career Center school
Local,
Wayne,
locations available.
No previous experience required but must have strong
desire for working with special needs children.
Must be available between 7am-3pm, Monday-Friday.
Apply online at renhillgroup.com –
click “NOW HIRING” and search “ESCLEW”
or “Springfield” in search bar.
Questions? Call 419-254-2858
CARPET CLEANERS
WANTED!
No experience necessary.
Our business has doubled
in size, and we need dependable people immediately! Company training
provided. Full/part time positions available. College
students welcome! Call for
interview, 419-824-2210.
Small Engine
Mechanic
Full or Part-Time
Experience working on
small engines (eg.
chainsaws,
mowers,
pressure
washers).
We’re looking for an individual that is self-motivated and dependable,
with good customer
service skills. Must be
computer literate. Mail
resume to: P.O. Box 547
Walbridge, OH 43465 or
Fax: 419-666-6661
TRAINCO
TRUCK DRIVING SCHOOL
Day • Eves • Weekend Class
Job Placement
Company Paid Training
Call 419-837-5730
Train Locally-Save Hassle
PERRYSBURG CAMPUS
www.traincoinc.com
EOE
CLEANERS NEEDED at
Turnpike Plaza in Genoa.
Part-time shifts including
weekends. $7.95/hour. Must
have clean background and reliable transportation. Call,
440-845-9911.
PAINTER-ESTABLISHED
RESIDENTIAL painting contractor has full-time position
available. Drug/smoke free,
background check, good transportation. Will train. Good
wages and benefits. E-mail for
application packet:
[email protected]
PART TIME entry level clerical position with possible advancement in property management/construction firm.
Approx. 20 hours per week.
Some accounting knowledge
helpful. Starting now or in the
fall. E-mail resume to
[email protected] or call
419-410-3500.
PART-TIME CLEANING
help: As need arises, hourly
rate required, references. See
Craigslist. Write to: Cleaning
Help. P.O. Box 796, Perrysburg, Ohio 43552.
SITUATIONS WANTED
EXPERIENCED
SEAMSTRESS. Over 30 years experience. Dressmaking, wedding
gowns, bridesmaids, alterations and veil design.
419-874-5390.
JUDY’S
CLEANING.
Trustworthy and reliable. 25
years
experience.
419-376-0687.
MUSIC
BEGINNER GUITAR lessons for grades 5th-8th. You
will learn basic guitar theory,
how to care for your guitar, beginner level songs, hand exercises, and more. Cost is
$20/hour; times and dates are
flexible. I am a Senior girl at
Perrysburg High School and
have been playing guitar for 5
years.
Text
me
at
419-367-9138.
WANTED TO BUY
A MECHANIC buys vehicles; looks, pays accordingly,
anything
with
wheels.
419-870-0163.
WANTED GUNS, any age,
any condition. Also WWII
and earlier military items. Indian
artifacts.
Rob,
419-340-5808, 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
LOOKING FOR great things
to buy or consign. Collections
or estates. Jones & Jones
LTD Antiques. 114 W. Indiana. 419-874-2867.
BUYING MOST items from
garages. Vehicles, motorcycles, tools, mowers, etc.
419-870-0163.
ROLEX WRISTWATCHES
wanted by Perrysburg collector. Call Tom, 419-360-8920.
RN CERTIFIED in foot
care. Will bring the service to
your home/residence. Dee
419-297-2005.
USED CARS
2013 FORD Escape Titanium.
Fully loaded, excellent, garaged, 30K miles, $26,500
OBO. 419-874-1283.
2001 MERCURY Grand Marquis LS. Great shape, well
maintained, no rust, 132K
miles, $2,800 firm. 419-6666369.
2008 CADILLAC CTS4. One
owner,
diamond
white
tricoat/tan, AWD, luxury package (wood), moon roof, MP3,
6 CD Bose, 65K miles. New
tires, brakes and battery.
419-874-6602.
CAR PAYMENTS as low at
$149/month. KJNS on corner
Rt. 20 and Oregon Road.
MOBILE HOMES
SOUTHVIEW ESTATES
Rt. 25 at Five Point Rd.
Perrysburg
Owner
Says Sell
Lot 164 - Southview
28x48
3 Bedroom, 2 BA
Central Air • Appliances
Deck • 2 Sheds
Corner Lot
Off Street Parking
Maple Hill Sales
Call 419-872-4550
M-F 10-5; Sat. 10-3
SOUTHVIEW ESTATES
Rt. 25 - Five Point Rd.
Perrysburg, Ohio
1 mi. south of Levis Commons
The front living room is back
Lot 51
New Mansion 16x80, 3
bedroom, 2 bath, FLR,
vinyl shingle - 6” sidewalls. Come see today!
Maple Hill Sales
Call 419-872-4550
M-F 10-5; Sat. 10-3
maplehillsales.com
FOR RENT
1 BEDROOM apartment
above local business. 1 bath,
kitchen, living room, dining
room, pet free, smoke free,
$675 plus deposit, utilities included. 419-874-8160 or
419-367-9756.
1 BEDROOM Perrysburg
brick ranch apartment. Very
quiet, no one above or below
you, double insulated walls,
large attic for storage.
$595/month. Heat, hot water
and carport included. Nonsmoking, no dogs. 419-8744920.
2 BEDROOM apartment,
Perrysburg. Washer/dryer and
all appliances, garage, Oakmont Subdivision. No dogs.
$625/month. 419-874-4226.
2 BEDROOM ranch style
apartments with full size
washer and dryer, pets welcome, from $695/month.
Call 419-389-0555 for specials.
2 BEDROOM twinplex, AC,
stove, refrigerator, washer/
dryer
hook-up,
garage,
$670/month plus utilities. 1
bedroom upper duplex, stove,
refrigerator, $395/month plus
utilities. No pets. 419-8746019.
2 BEDROOM villa. C/A,
gas heat, attached garage,
washer/dryer hook-ups, $680/
month. 419-874-0889.
2 BEDROOMS, 808 Three
Meadows Drive, ground level,
850 sq. ft., appliances, AC,
laundry area, newer carpet and
flooring,
garage/remote.
$615/month. 419-346-6703.
2 BEDROOMS, Perrysburg
township. All electric, no
pets. From $525/month. Call
419-389-0555 for move in
specials.
A PETITE Hamlet, river area
vintage apartment. Nonsmoking & no pets. $550.
419-913-1693. See Craigs
List.
BEAUTIFUL COMMERCIAL office space at 117 Louisiana above Apricatos. 1,035
square-feet each floor. Front
and rear stairwells. Heritage
exterior with modern, wired,
contemporary interiors including full kitchenettes and bathrooms both floors, third floor
gas stove fireplace, skylights.
Great natural light both floors.
$1,900 for both 2nd and 3rd
floor, $1,000 per floor.
419-861-2444.
LARGE THREE bedroom
ranch twinplex, two miles
east of Perrysburg. Two bath,
central air, gas heat. Laundry
connections, nice yard. Pool
and tennis. Water , sewer and
trash pick up included.
$795/month. 419-297-3123.
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make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.” Familial
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age of 18 living with parents or
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ALWAYS LOOKING TO BUY
ORIGINAL HUNTING
& FISHING ILLUSTRATIONS:
Artist- Van Gordon, Seth Whipple, C. Wysocki,
Benton, Clark, Philip Goodwin, A. Lehr,
Machen, Osthaus, etc.
Also Early Northwest Coast Totems, Paddles,
Good Folk Art Carving & Early Fishing Lures
Call 419-509-8234
FOR RENT
REAL ESTATE
PERRYSBURG, A-1 Prime executive office
space, plenty of FREE parking, ALL utilities included, excellent township location near I-75 &
State Rte. 20. Please call (419) 874-9989 for information.
Perry’s Landing
Space for Rent
•Commercial/Office
Space, 500 sq. ft.-1800
square feet available.
•1 bedroom apt. available, $525 plus utilities.
REAL ESTATE
NEW PRICE
SPACIOUS HOME on gorgeous lot, with lots of extras. Located at 30417 Bates, Perrrysburg Township, Rossford
Schools. Call 419-878-2640
for information and appointment.
419-352-0717
Great Investment
Property
FREE CABLE
Cordoba Apartments
Perrysburg Township.
Close to Owens & Crossroads.
Rent starting at $410
419-381-0600
LARGE 2 bedroom townhouse, 1,400 sq. ft. Country
setting, 2 miles east of Perrysburg. 1 1/12 bath, first
floor, second floor and finished basement. With laundry
connections. Gas heat, C/A,
pool and tennis. Water, sewer
and trash pick up included.
$685/month. 419-297-3123.
PRIME OFFICE space in
downtown Perrysburg. The
space is 13x19 windowed
room with access from interior hallway and private parking in the rear of the building. Available July 1, 2014
for $350/month plus utilities. If interested please call
419-874-0800 Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to
schedule an appointment for
viewing.
BY OWNER: Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath condominium on
serene lot surrounded by outstanding evergreens. Lots of
storage, 2 car garage, fireplace
and many features. Call for appointment to see or drive by
and
see.
419-874-8869,
419-265-9125. 26433 Wexford
West Drive. Between 199 and
Thompson off Eckel Junction.
Asking $185,000.
Beautifully restored home in
historic dist. Wrap around
porch, 3 floors of living space,
4-5 beds, 3.5 bath, 4 car, large
fenced yard & so much more.
$459,900.
Call Terry Lynn Golden at
419-297-8374, with Disalle
or email
[email protected]
•4 unit building
•2 car garage
•extra lot
•100% occupied
•rents total $2,200/mo.
Building and grounds in
good condition. $209,900
419-973-1012
10 a.m.- 8 p.m.
10285 Roachton Road, Perrysburg • $374,900.00
4 Bed, 2 & 2 Half Bath, 3500 Sq Ft, 4.24 Acres
Your dream home is built! Very rare to find this quality
w/acreage! Home features an X-large 3.5 car heated garage
and a 35x13 finished bonus room. Updates: stamped concrete patio w/fire pit & sitting wall, new S.S. appliances, hardwood floors, barn & much more! Add’l living space available.
Justin Gennari, Real Estate Consultant
Direct: 419-471-9323 / Office: 419-874-4646
ROSSFORD 2 bedroom starting at $475. Quiet community.
Pet friendly. 1110 Lewis. By
appointment, 419-385-0704.
PERRYSBURG RANCH 3
bedroom, 1.5 bath, central air,
gas, nice yard, garage, no pets,
non-smoking. Available September 1. $1,050. 419-8740292, leave message.
ROSSFORD HOUSE near
marina on one of the prettiest
streets in Rossford. Two bedrooms, large kitchen with appliances,
full
basement.
$685/month plus deposit.
Tenant pay all utilities.
Credit, income and background check. 419-475-7083.
ROSSFORD OFFICE, approximately 1,600 square-feet,
central air. $600/month, includes all utilities. Can subdivide to meet your needs.
419-878-0309.
VACATION RENTALS
PLACE YOUR
Vacation Rentals
here. Call us
419-874-4491 to
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MOVING?
Advertise your home
in the classifieds
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FOR SALE BY OWNER
18228 Robinson Road, Bowling Green
Beautiful country living, centrally located between Perrysburg, Bowling Green and Waterville. 3,800 sq. ft. traditional
4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath home. Cathedral and tray ceilings.
3 car garage. 1.9 acre lot. Geothermal heating/cooling.
Otsego Schools. $399,900. 419-823-1924
On e Acre
LAND FOR SALE!
Newer subdivision, large lot,
ready to build
Just Reduced!
Asking price
$50,000
REAL ESTATE
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Harley Woods
Country Living with City Convenience
Semi-private cul-de-sac in Tontogany, OH in
Harley Woods Subdivision off of Tontogany
Road. Ready to build now with electric, city
water, natural gas, sanitary and storm sewers
complete with taps. Otsego Schools.
PERRYSBURG 419-872-2410
Info + Photos on all MLS properties
go to www.danberry.com
Youth Jefferson awards given
to participants from Rossford
“BECAUSE THE PEOPLE
MUST KNOW”
NOTICE
OF PUBLIC HEARING
Pursuant to Rossford Municipal
Code
Section
1112.02, this Notice is given
that the Planning Commission for the City of Rossford
will hold a public hearing as
follows:
DATE OF PUBLIC HEARING: July 9, 2014.
TIME OF SPECIAL MEETING: 7:00 P.M.
LOCATION OF SPECIAL
MEETING:
ROSSFORD
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 133
OSBORN STREET, ROSSFORD, OHIO.
PURPOSE OF SPECIAL
MEETING: The City of Rossford, Ohio Municipal Planning Commission will hold
a public hearing in accordance with section 1112.02
of the Rossford Municipal
Code on Wednesday, July 9,
2014, at 7:00 P.M., in the
Municipal Building at 133
Osborn Street, Rossford,
Ohio 43460 to consider the
application of Paul and Beverly Laubenthal, 1234 Dixie
Highway, Rossford, Ohio on
a request for a special use
permit to allow the building
of an accessory structure at
1234 Dixie Highway, Rossford, Ohio 43460 where the
square footage ofthe structure will exceed the 75 percent of the first or ground
floor of the principal structure as required in the Municipal
Code
Chapter
1133.04 part (b) point (7).
The application pertinent
to this hearing is available
for viewing at the City of
Rossford Municipal Building. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00
A.M. until 5:00 P.M.
Mark G. Zuchowski
Zoning Department
City of Rossford
Published in the Rossford Record
Journal, issue of July 3, 2014.
PERRYSBURG
TOWNHOUSE, 2 bedroom, 1 1/2
bath, garage, range, refrigerator, dishwasher, 801 Three
Meadows.
No
dogs.
$650/month. 419-376-8583.
ROSSFORD RECORD JOURNAL — July 3, 2014 — Page 7
PUBLIC
NOTICES
Summer Liberty
Camp July 7-11
The Northwest Ohio Conservative Coalition will offer
its third annual Summer Liberty Camp for children ages
10 to 13. It will be held July
7-11, from 9 a.m. to noon, at
the 577 Foundation in Perrysburg. This year’s theme is
“Presidents of Liberty.”
Children can enjoy handson games and activities as
well as crafts, music and history lessons.
The camp is organized and
run by experienced teachers
with assistance from community volunteers.
The registration fee is $25
for the week. Enrollment is
limited to 25 children.
For more information or to
register, call Joyce Hammer at
419-474-6331 or send an
email to [email protected]
gmail.com. Flyers are available online at www.nw
ohiocc.com/upcoming-event.
RHS students recognized by WCESC
Two Rossford High School seniors were honored recently by the Wood County Educational Service Center. Mandi Longeway was honored as the April Student of the Month
and Karl Hermes for May. The students were recognized at an event held at the WCESC
in Bowling Green on Tuesday, May 27.
Mandi is the daughter of Dawn and James Longeway of Rossford. She is a member
of National Honor Society, received a Promethean Award for honor roll, was a junior and
senior class officer and participated in Link Crew and SOS (Save Our Soldiers) Club. She
is a four-year varsity softball letter winner and has been involved in volleyball and basketball. Mandi has been active in her church youth group. She plans to attend Eastern
Michigan University to major in cytotechnology.
Karl is the son of Marge and Ken Hermes of Rossford. He is a member of National
Honor Society, received Promethean Awards for honor roll and Algebra 2, and served on
Student Council. He has been on the RHS bowling team for four years, earning three varsity letters. He has been involved in Drama Club and has been active in the All Saints
youth group. Karl has volunteered through Appalachia retreats and for Chautauqua
events in Rossford. He plans to attend the University of Toledo to major in business.
Rossford’s ‘field of dreams’ Beech Street Park
allows children to learn, promotes community
By Michael Krieger
Beech Street Park on any
given summer evening becomes Rossford’s “field of
dreams,” a magical place of
innocence and community.
The park hosts several ball
games a week, especially for
the youngest players in Rossford.
Here, children in
kindergarten through second
grade learn the fundamentals
of America’s game through
the volunteer tutelage of parent coaches.
It is here that these young
ball players first learn to
throw to the correct base, to
get their gloves dirty when
they field, and to keep their
eyes on the ball when they
swing for the fence that
seems reachable down the
right field line.
Many children in our
community have discovered
athletic dreams and desires
by playing ball at Beech
Street, and many of them
have gone on to noteworthy
high school careers–and in
rare cases, beyond. All of
their success began on humid
summer nights at Beech
Street.
For most players, the lessons learned at Beech Street
go way beyond just playing
baseball.
In the cozy confines of
this quaint neighborhood
park, Rossford’s children
have learned to be leaders.
They have learned to take advice and encouragement from
adults, to work together with
teammates and that even
though life’s games have
winners and losers, the fun of
the game matters most.
Many loyal friendships in
town were forged playing
alongside one another at
Beech Street Park. Under the
lights, this little league experience is a big-time life experience for the children.
A real field of dreams
where–just because it’s there–
people come from all over
town. Whether they have children or grandchildren, playing or not, crowds flock to
Beech Street to sit under the
shady trees on the benches or
on the wall atop the hill.
Fans pull for one child or
another specifically, but
everyone usually finds it
within themselves to root for
all the kids, especially on
those miraculous moments
when fundamentals escalate
into real flashes of talent.
Everyone smiles as a budding young short stop gets his
glove down, stops a grounder,
and then appropriately throws
to second to get the force out.
Everyone relishes the unusual moments because anything and everything can
happen in a coach-pitch baseball game–from the child
who after hitting the ball runs
directly to third instead of
first, the outfielder who is
more enamored with finding
a dandelion than a fly ball.
And at the end of the
game, win or lose, every
player gets a snack, a drink
and a pat on the back for a
good, honest effort. Under
those circumstances, it’s easy
to smile; it’s easy to think life
been fascinated by a ballet
about the fairytale. The sculptor Edvard Eriksen created
the statue, inspired by his
wife. It was unveiled on August 23, 1913.
Adapted from Disney’s
2008 Broadway production,
audiences journey “under the
sea” with Ariel and her
aquatic friends. In a magical
underwater kingdom, the redheaded teen mermaid Ariel
longs to leave the fathoms
below–and her fins–behind to
live in the world above. But
first she’ll have to defy her father King Triton, make a deal
with the evil sea witch Ursula, and convince the handsome Prince Eric that she’s
the girl whose enchanting
voice he’s been seeking.
The show features the hit
songs “Part of Your World,”
“Kiss The Girl,” “Poor Unfortunate Souls” and the
Oscar-winning “Under the
Sea.”
The production will run in
April 2015 in the Rossford
High School auditorium on
the Wilcox Stage, under the
direction of Julie Zatko and
figure rose to 304,626.
“The Jefferson Awards
organization would love to
replicate our model throughout the nation,” Schlaudecker
said.
The Toledo’s leadership
youth programming is wellrespected by school administrators and has support from
sponsors from three of the
past four years, he said.
“This year, Springfield
will be honored during the
national ceremonies as the
best of the best out of over
500 national high schools.”
Winners from the Toledo
area included students from
Rossford High School: Marty
Linthicum, AJ Santellana,
Mikhala Dunne, Allison
Dunne, John Pupik, Maggie
Leahy, Lauren Nissen, Brian
Burks, Nate Childress, Rebecca Rombach, Kaitlyn
Schwiefert, Claire Verbosky
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The Rossford High School
Drama Club will host a yard
sale July 10 through July 12,
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., at 143
Helen Drive in Rossford. All
proceeds will benefit the
group’s upcoming season.
After a busy fall and winter with productions of
“Fools” and “I Never Saw
Another Butterfly,” the young
actors will practice their deep
sea diving for an April 2015
production of “Disney’s The
Little Mermaid Jr.” by Alan
Menken, Howard Ashman
and Glenn Slater with a book
by Doug Wright. The musical
is based on the Hans Christian Andersen folk tale and
Disney’s 1989 Academy
Award winning film.
“The Little Mermaid" was
first published by C.A. Reitzel in Copenhagen, Denmark, on April 7, 1837, in
“Fairy Tales Told for Children.” A statue of the Little
Mermaid sits on a rock in the
Copenhagen Harbor. It is a
Copenhagen icon and a major
tourist attraction. The statue
was commissioned in 1909
by Carl Jacobsen, after he had
There were 129 high
schools students from the
Toledo area who received
2014 Youth Jefferson Awards.
According to Leadership
Toledo executive director
David Schlaudecker, since
being selected by the national
Jefferson Awards for Public
Service, the organization has
helped student leaders change
the culture of their high
school campuses to place
service to others on the same
level as academics, athletics,
and the performing arts.
“It’s interesting that the
movement took off when we
changed from telling youth
that our future was in good
hands to telling them that
they could make a difference
–today,” he said.
At the end of the 2010-11
school year, participating
schools documented 103,000
service hours. With the 201314 school year ending, that
Ryan Mahaffey.
For more information,
send an email to [email protected] or visit
Rossford High School Drama
Department on Facebook.
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Rossford High School announces fourth quarter honor roll
Area girls attend volleyball camp
The Rossford volleyball program, under the direction
of head coach Joe Durco and JV coach Michelle Hunter,
recently held a camp for girls in grades 3 through 8. The
girls learned the fundamentals of volleyball, including
passing, setting, hitting and serving during the three-day
camp.
Girls basketball
camp set
for July 14-16
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The Rossford Junior Bulldogs girls basketball camp is
preparing for its summer program. Rossford High School
girls basketball head coach
Eric Simon and his staff are
currently taking registrations
for the annual summer camp.
It is open to girls entering
grades 2 to 9 and will be held
July 14-16, at the George G.
Wolfe Fieldhouse.
Girls in grades 2 to 6 will
attend camp from 9 to 10:30
a.m., and those in grades 7 to
9 will attend from 10 a.m. to
noon.
The camp will focus on
basic fundamentals of basketball, including shooting, dribbling, ball handling and
defense.
Campers need to bring
basketball shoes and water to
camp each day.
The cost is $40 per person,
which includes a T-shirt,
which will be issued at the
conclusion of the camp.
To register, call Coach
Nicole Nirschl at 419-2977421. Registrations also will
be accepted on the first day of
camp.
Rossford High School
congratulates the following
students for their academic
achievement.
The students listed below
have obtained a grade point
average of 3.0 or better for
the fourth quarter of the
2013-14 school year.
Special Honor Roll
4.0 and above GPA
Seniors: My Hiep Doan,
Christian Lau, Matthew
Mazur, Maalaea Newell,
Chanetel Parks, Jessica
Pietrasz, Emily Price, Laura
Reitz, Alexander Smith.
Juniors: Kennedy Brouillard,
Mikhala
Dunne,
Mekenze Healey, Sarah Hufford, Maggie Leahy, Tabitha
Lewis, Martin Linthicum,
Danielle Meller, Taylor
Moore, Hannah Peterson,
John Pupik, Garrett Shafer,
Claire Verbosky, Autumn
Wheaton-Rodriguez.
Sophomores: Kathleen
Hermes, Savannah McIntosh,
Bethany Price, Taylor Rodriguez, Taylor Spencer.
Freshmen: Bryce Cherko,
Regan Clay, Benjamin
Duwve, Alyssa Edmond,
Mara Enderbury, Jaime Reitzel, Chloe Roberts, Emily
Williams.
With Honors
3.50-3.99
Seniors:
Elizabeth
Bergstrom, Brian Burks, Anthony Carlen, Tyler Cassavore, Nolan Duly, Danielle
Farquharson, Christian Goldsmith, Karl Hermes, Kyle
Holliday, Makynzie Horvath,
Emily Houchins, Margo
Jackson, Emily Jahns, Taylor
Kolb, Joshua Ladd, Kaitlyn
Maxwell, Matthew Myers,
Melanie Nalley, Shaelynn
Newman, Ryan Reed, Kelsey
Shaver--Schneider, Christopher Schaffer, Taylor Smale,
Felicia Taylor, Alec Wood,
Gillian Zywiczynski.
Juniors: Debra Beilstein,
Nicole Beyer, Daniel Bobosky, Kaiden Day, Terry
Desmond, Hannan Gauthier,
Cody Igo, Lance Izsak, Kaylah Johnson, Devin Jurski,
Gerli Kask, Kirsten Keller,
Brittany Kralik, Derek
Krieger, Christopher Lewis,
Kathryn Nawrocki, Ryan
Niese, Patrick Maas, Katie
Paff, Geneieve Parks, Brian
Perkins, Mason Robinson,
Erica Sifuentes, Nicholas
Skiba, Bryce Sours, Wyatt
Soviar, Austin Taylor, Kylee
Walker.
Sophomores:
Samuel
Beale, Collin Bohland,
Cheyenne Davis, Kyleigh De
Hart, Allison Dunne, Nash
Gyori, Alexandria Hope, Isabell Hutchins, Tiffany King,
Kayla Kirkman, Jordan
Krause, Matt McIntire, Trent
McHugh, Jordan Miller, Lauren Nissen, Tayler Royal, Andrew Sabovik, Benjamin
Sauter, David Schaffer,
Heather Schaller, Kyle Sherman, Travis Szczublewski,
Felicia Tyson, Rachel Zabick.
Freshmen: Hailey Beyer,
Alexandra Birdsell, Natalie
Campbell, Kira Cuellar, Garrett Hughes, Grant Hughes,
Amanda Jakubec, Natalie
Jones,
Hope
Kemper,
Mayson Koliba, Joseph Korzec, MacKenzie Lang,
Zachary Lewis, Megan Mahaffey, Briar McMillan, Caroline
Meek,
Kyle
Mikonowicz, Jackson Murphree, Sabrina Niedbalski, Israyl Ohms, Jacob Perry,
Alexis Rakovan, Abbey Roe,
Christian Tanicala, Noah
Tegtmeier, Jacinda Thielen,
Summer
Wheaton-Rodriguez, Andrew Yim, Nolan
York, Haley Zywiczynski.
Above Average
Achievement
3.00-3.49
Seniors: Ocean Alvarado,
Noah Asmus, Benjamin Bennett, Kayla Bisalski, Jacob
Bloomer, Jordan Boyer, Briana Brooks, Elise Brown,
Karissa Clark, Mercedes
Cowell, Madison Crawford,
Ronald Demko, Tyler Fargo,
Kaylee Fryman, Brandon
Goldsmith, Stephanie Hiner,
John Hotz, Julie Hotz, Dallas
Johnson, McKenna Keaton,
Kathryn Kirkman, Todd Kitzler,
Morgan
LaRock,
Phoenix Leganik, Mandi
Longeway, Melissa Meek,
Katelyn Mierzwiak, Eldon
Miller, Charles Moore,
Michelle Okapal, Haley Peterson, Joshua Rains, Joshua
Reitzel, Zachery Samson,
Kyle Seeds, Lyndsey Skala,
Ian Stolar, Angel Symington,
Taylor Tower, Kelcie Tucholski, Ryan Turco, Richard Villarreal, Aiden Wagner,
Madelyn York.
Juniors: Hector Aguirre,
Molly Allen, Evan Austin,
Nathan Childress, James
Christoff, Timothy Cieply,
Ashley Cope, Karly Durco,
Christopher
Filipovich,
Zachary Heath, Carly Hollerbach, Garrett Mercer, Andrew Myers, Sarah Ohms,
Casey Orr, Caitlin Pruss,
Megan Rombach, Rebecca
Rombach, Drew Russell,
Jacob Stallbaum, Haley
Stutts, Allyson Tayler,
Katherine Taylor, Jocelyn Tijerina, Austin Torres, Leon
Weber.
Sophomores:
Derek
Carlen, Erik Davis, Hannah
Franks, Haley Gozdowski,
Justin Groom, Sophia Handley, Marie Kuron, Derek
Kusz, Alexander Laplante,
Tanya Lark, Mathew Myers,
Madeline Potts, Brittney
Reed, Alex Reitz, Brennan
Reynolds, Spencer Shultz,
Caitlyn Schwiefert, Larissa
Sloan, Alec Valencic, Alexis
Waclawski, Elizabeth White.
Freshmen:
Shaelyn
Agocs, Connor Bihn, Jenna
Demko, Macie Dominiak,
Kennedy Durco, Logan Gauthier, Abigail Haynes, Elizabeth Hornyak, Peityn Horton
Theobalds, Kassidy Hoyt,
Madalyn Jones, Camille Karavas, Emma Kieper, Kyle
Krieger, Abby Kuhlenbeck,
Madison Lang, Hope Long,
Brian Maxwell, Gregory
Nawrocki, Dawson Newman,
Monique Newsome, Cody
Orr, Andrew Rardin, Adam
Sauter, Alexis Schultz, Drew
Siewert, Aaron Stallbaum,
Benjamin Verbosky, Noah
Vidra.
The Rossford Community
Recreation Center is accepting
registrations for the following
programs.
More information can be
obtained at the RCRC, 400
Dixie Highway, by calling
419-666-2905 or by visiting
the Web site at www.rossford
recreation.com.
Summer Day Camp–The
RCRC runs a 10-week summer day camp beginning
Monday, June 9, and continuing through Friday August 15.
Children can be registered as
full time campers, weekly
campers, or daily campers.
The cost for a full time camper
is $720 for members; $960 for
nonmembers. The cost for a
weekly camper is $80 for
members; $120 for nonmembers.
The cost for a daily camper
is $30, members; $45 for nonmembers. There is a 10 percent reduction of camp fees for
families
with
multiple
campers enrolled.
Camp fees do not include
Friday trips or the Mud Hens
game. There is an extra cost
for these events.
Campers will participate in
many field trips during the
summer.
The group will visit the library every other Monday and
will participate in the library’s
summer reading program.
The following summer
field trips are planned:
•Ann Arbor Hands on Museum–July 11. The cost is $15
for members and $20 for nonmembers. Children will need
to bring a sack lunch to eat
there. They also can bring
money to spend at the gift
shop. The bus will leave the
RCRC at 10 a.m. and return at
5 p.m.
•Tam O’Shanter Ice
Rink/Olander Park–July 18.
The cost is $10 for members
and $15 for nonmembers.
Children will need to bring
warm clothing and socks
(sweatshirts, long pants, etc.)
There are vending machines
there if they would like to
bring extra money. Participants will need to bring a sack
lunch to eat at the park before
skating. Time TBA.
RCRC program schedule
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