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The Village Reporter - April 26th, 2017

The Village Reporter - April 26th, 2017





Stryker's Sterling Wisniewski Continues After A Two Decade Hiatus, The Triangular
To Build A Local Legacy In Music Processing Bike-A-Thon Returns In Style

state levels. That is old hat though...he PHOTOS BY: TIMOTHY KAYS, STAFF
was a sophomore at the time. There has
been a lot of water under the bridge since THEY’RE OFF! ... With Brad Damman and Joel Reinking giving the green light, the
then. After all, he was just a kid then. To- event participants head out to the highway.
day, he has reached the ripe old age of
PHOTO BY TIMOTHY KAYS, STAFF being a high school junior. By: Timothy Kays Processing.
THE VILLAGE REPORTER Kathy described Triangular Process-
LIVING ABOVE THE STAFF ... Ster- Sterling has returned to the upper
ling Wisniewski is proving that his mu- echelon to prove that his works as a soph- Kathy Shaw isn’t sure, but she be- ing in further detail. saying, “We are a
sical talents are above the ordinary. omore were no flashes in the proverbial lieves that it’s been 20 years since the non-profit. We provide services to indi-
pan. He was a participant in the District last time the Bike-A-Thon has been viduals with disabilities from a commu-
By: Timothy Kays Honors choir held at Toledo's Stranah- done in Wauseon. That would make it nity integration standpoint, a vocation-
THE VILLAGE REPORTER an Theater in February, and recently he overdue...seriously overdue. Kathy is al standpoint, and many know us from
When discussing Sterling Wisniewski, took part in the University of Toledo High the Director of Triangular Processing our work at the recycling center, be-
there is one thing for which you must not School Honors choir. With the cadence in Wauseon, and the event of the after- cause we do the recycling work for the
lose sight. He is a junior at Stryker High of continuing success, it seemed like the noon of April 23 was the Bike-A-Thon. County, and the County Commission-
School. After that, you can add the other right time to test his wings and push be- ers have supported us. We are grateful
pieces, which include being a member of yond the heights of his peers at the local “The purpose of the event,” Kathy to them to let us do that for them.”
the Honors Choirs at local, district and level. said, “ to bring awareness to the
anti-bullying message, and to spread For the first time back in two de-
Sterling took up the challenge of au- the word to end the word. Some people cades, the attendance numbers were
ditions for the Glass City Singers, a new get confused, and think that this is all strong as over fifty showed up to bike,
choral ensemble under the direction of about political correctness. It’s not. It’s walk, or in one case skate the six mile
Dr. Brad Pierson, the Director of Cho- about the awareness that when we peg course. Looking back, Kathy said, “I
ral Activities at the University of Toledo. and label individuals with disabilities, think it’s like everything else. I think it
Members of the ensemble are selected via it does have consequences. It does hurt becomes a lot of work, and people get
audition from the highest quality high their feelings, and it separates us in- distracted and wonder if maybe they
school, collegiate, and young professional stead of bringing us together. Today’s should change it up and try something
singers in the Toledo area, between the event is meant to be a community event new. We just felt that it was really im-
ages of 16 and 30. Now we're talking col- to raise awareness, as well as to raise portant to do an event to bring people
legiate and professional levels of talent, a little bit of money so that we can in- together, and show people that we’re
and remember...we're still talking about crease the level of services that we pro- more alike than we are different. You
a high school junior. This crucible again vide to individuals with disabilities.” can send letters out, and you can post
proved the talent level of Sterling Wis- That is the main mission of Triangular
niewski, as he not only made the cut, his CONTINUED ON PAGE 3
first performance with the ensemble was
held on April 25. While these growth in
performance was taking place, Sterling
also took his first strides into the realm of

Sterling and students from across
the state were attending a special semi-
nar with Dr. Pierson, when they were
introduced to composer Jake Runestad.
Runestad had the students working with


THIS WEEK IN First Williams County Honor Bus Departs For Washington D.C.

TvHIELLAGE reporter

Area Man Turns Old Bar Into
Family Restaurant In Montpelier

Swanton Wrestling Program

Asks For Space

Edgerton Boy Scout Aims For
The Highest Level With Trail


Crisis Pregnancy Center
Women's Health Resource
Presents "Hope Restored"




Delta vs Pettisville Baseball


READY TO ROLL OUT ... The passengers of the first Williams County Honor Bus pause for a picture before climbing aboard for their trip to
Washington D.C.

new By: Timothy Kays families that were about to board what was to forms, provided escort for the bus as it de-
THE VILLAGE REPORTER become the first Williams County Honor Bus, parted the fairgrounds.
new PHOTOS BY BILL O'CONNELL, STAFF with a destination of Washington D.C.
OUT OR NOT? ... Delta’s Travis Barnes tries to slide under the catch during A huge American flag, suspended between The honorees are scheduled to visit the
Exclusively at action in The Panthers 17-8 win over PettisEvxilclleu.sively at the aerial trucks of the Bryan and Montpe- The Montpelier High School Jazz Band Arlington National Cemetery, the Korean and
lier Fire Departments and illuminated by the played 'God Bless America', after which Vietnam War Memorials while in the nation's
superior coverage in half the time same, flew over the east entrance road to the Montpelier Mayor Steve Yagelski presented capitol. On the way back to Williams County,
Williams County Fairgrounds in the predawn the reading of an official proclamation nam- they are also scheduled to visit the Flight 93
ACE HARDWARE hours of April 21. Just to the east, the parking ing the day, 'First Honor Bus Day'. Veterans National Memorial between Shanksville and
lot of the Williams County Veterans Memorial and their accompanying families then board- Stoytown, Pennsylvania.
1495 N. SHOOP AVE. Building was abuzz with activity as the cold ed the bus for the trip eastward. Montpelier
WAUSEON, OH 43567 and blustery dawn approached. The activ- Chief of Police Dan McGee, and Williams Timothy Kays can be reached
ity surrounded a group of veterans and their County Sheriff Steve Towns, in full dress uni- at
(419) 335-1717
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Williams & Fulton County Senior Center News

Bryan Senior Center Announces Williams County Department of Aging
Announces Upcoming Events
Regular Euchre Party Results

The Bryan Senior Center hosted its ners of the door prizes were: Gary Oku- Join us Tuesday, May mee Valley Healthy Ideas. na on June 6th. The bus
regular euchre party on April 18, 2017. ley, Vinnie Stark, Jean Young and Doro- 9th for Edon’s Evening of On Tuesday, June 20th, leaves at 8:00 and will be
There were 15 players present. The win- thy Bigger. The next regular euchre party Fun. Enjoy bingo, burg- Edon Senior Center will arriving back to the cen-
ners for the day were: 1st place went to: is: April 25, 2017 from 1 to 3 pm. There ers, and friends. You have dinner out at Rodg- ter at approximately 5:00.
Ward Harvey with a 264. 2nd place went will be snacks following the games. For could also make a quick ers. We will leave the cen- Please call if you are in-
to: Bonnie Harrison with a 250. The win- more information call: 419-636-4047. stop at Edon Dairy Treat ter at 4:00. terested.
for some ice cream before
heading home. Also in Get your hearing test- The Stryker Senior
Bryan Senior Center Celebrates May, we are celebrating ed Friday, May 19th at Center will be having
those who are 90 years 10:00 at the Montpelier AmeriCare TeleHealth on
April Birthdays & Anniversaries young on the 19th at our Senior Center. Stop by May 2nd and June 6th
annual 90+ luncheon at from May 15th to May at 11:00. Fourth graders
the Montpelier Moose. 19th and say hi to the will be visiting the Senior
The Light-Shine Singers nursing home patients in Center at 12:15 on May
from Bryan High School honor of National Nurs- 9th. PB Clinic with CHP
will be performing at ing Home Week. Join us will be at the Stryker Se-
11:30 and then lunch will on June 16th at 10:15 for nior Center at 12:00 on
be served. Call our main NWO Hearing Aid Cen- May 16th and June 20th.
office at 419-633-4317 to ter’s seminar on clean-
make reservations. Grab ing and repairing hearing The West Unity Se-
your baseball hats and aids as well as a hearing nior Center will be visit-
join us Wednesday, June test. ing Stryker for lunch at
28th for a fun trip to a 11:00 on May 2nd and
Toledo Mudhens game. The Pioneer Senior Montpelier on June 23rd
Tickets go on sale on Center would like to thank at 11:00. There will be a
Monday, May 1st. We will everyone in advance for hearing presentation as
be closed Monday May help with discarding the well as cleaning on May
29th for Memorial Day to extra food. We ask that 11th at the West Unity
honor our Veterans who everyone call and make Senior Center. Blood
have served to protect the reservations for lunch. If Pressure checks will be
freedoms we enjoy today. you are unable to attend available on June 1st at
On Monday, May please let us know. The the West Unity Senior
Pioneer Senior Center will Center at 10:30.
be going to Shipshewan-

1st, Craig Hand will be Fulton County Senior Center
coming to our center at April Birthdays Shared
11:00 to discuss hearing
PHOTO PROVIDED since May is better hear-
BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES ... Pictured above are those celebrating Birth- ing month. If you have a
days & Anniversary’s during the month of April, 2017 at the Bryan Senior Center. picture of your mom that
Sitting-Left to Right: Zelma Blakely, Phyllis Sonner, Louise Bishop, Joyce Weber, you would like to have in
Wayne Weber and Vinnie Stark. Standing- Left to Right: William Blakely, Evelyn our display case, bring it
Fox, Lyman Newcomer, Marcia West, Renae Cain, Jim Klender, Leon Gearhart, in on May 1st. You can
Midge Gallant, Tom Foster, Mary Lou Missler and Ann Garling. also bring in a picture of

your father on June 1st to
Edgerton Senior Center Celebrates have it displayed as well.
June 14th is Flag Day.
April Birthdays & Anniversaries To honor this holiday, we
will have men from the
American Legion here to
lead us to Appreciate the
American Flag. Thank
you to everyone for all the
work they do around the
Senior Center. We appre-
ciate it very much!
Join the Bryan Senior
Center on Wednesday,
May 3rd for open mic
night. Activities begin at PHOTO PROVIDED
4:00 with sandwiches and
pop. To celebrate Moth- FULTON COUNTY BIRTHDAYS ... Gerald Weber and
er’s Day, all women will Marty Hardin recently were celebrated for having April
go first to lunch on Fri- birthdays at the Fulton County Senior Center.
day, May 12th at Bryan
Senior Center. Likewise, Stryker Senior Center
on Friday, June 16th all Celebrates April Birthdays
men will go first to cele-
brate Father’s Day. Come PHOTO PROVIDED
in to Bryan Senior Center
at 11:00 on June 28th to BIRTHDAYS CELEBRATED ... The Stryker Senior Cen-
enjoy some old fashioned ter celebrated April birthdays and anniversaries on
candy. April 13, 2017. Those celebrating a birthdays or an-
Enjoy shopping in Bry- niversaries and attend, received a free meal. Special
an with the Edgerton Se- thanks go Stryker Subway as those who attended re-
nior Center on Thursday, ceived a certificate to the Stryker Subway for a free
May 4th at 1:30. Join cookie. Stryker Senior Center was the host for the
Edgerton Senior Center Birthday/Anniversary day bingo. Those celebrating
on Wednesday, May 24th birthdays or anniversaries included Loni Cameron and
at 12:30 for a movie with Eldred Buehrer.
Northern Lakes. Get
some delicious ice cream
PHOTO PROVIDED at the Bulldog with Edg-
EDGERTON SENIOR CENTER ... Edgerton Senior Center recently celebrated se- erton Senior Center on
niors with birthdays and anniversarys for the month of March. Pictured celebrat- Thursday, May 25th at
ing their anniversary are (front row, left to right): Nick and Nira Thiel. Those with 1:30. There will also be
birthdays are (back row): Dugan Hug, Vickie, Mark Williams, Ron Apt and Gail ice cream on Thursday,
Mocherman. June 22nd at 1:30 at the
Edon Dairy Treat.
Stryker Senior Center The Edon Senior Cen-
ter would like to thank all
the Veterans and Soldiers
in honor of Memorial Day.

Celebrates Volunteers Join the Edon Senior
Center on Tuesday, May
23rd at 12:00 for Mau-

Montpelier Senior Center
Celebrates April Birthdays


VOLUNTEERS ... The Stryker Senior Center recognized volunteers on April 20, BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION ... Celebrating April birthdays and anniversaries at the
2017 with a pizza party and cookie to thank them for all they do at the center. They Montpelier Senior Center. Seated left to right: Maggie Thompson & Hal Decker.
volunteer to set tables, wrap silverware, help with the Stryker night of fun, outdoor
work and even playing Santa Claus at Christmas time. Those volunteers attending
includes, sitting: Sam Black, Helen Bell, and Margie Boff. Standing: Chuck McColl,
Georgia Patterson, Marjorie Brown, Bill Brown, Richard Boff and Theresa McColl.


Wednesday, April 26th, 2017 “The Village Reporter” / Weekly Northwest Ohio (Williams & Fulton County News) - 7

Volunteers Gather At Williams County Edgerton Chamber Welcomes

Fairgrounds To Pack Food For Local Pantries Never Let Go Ministries To Town

By: James Pruitt Pepple said. The first time out was a suc- PHOTO BY JAMES PRUITT, STAFF
THE VILLAGE REPORTER cess and so was the second. The menu
changed this year, dropping macaroni RIBBON CUTTING ... The Edgerton Chamber of Commerce officially welcomed Nev-
Williams County food pantries will and cheese for oatmeal and apples, he er Let Go Ministries to town with a special ribbon cutting ceremony. The group has
soon benefit from the efforts of volun- said. been at 124 S. Michigan Ave. for two years, but founder Mary Juarez wanted to
teers who packed meal packages in have it on the seventh anniversary of her son Marjoe’s death from an unintentional
Montpelier April 22. “We believe that’s a good meal for prescription drug overdose in 2010. The ministry offices offer a library, T-shirts for
children,” Pepple said. sale and a conference area. Several friends, chamber members and ministry board
The event drew 400 people who members attended the event April 18. The Edgerton Chamber of Commerce held
worked in three shifts in the morning Pepple’s assistant, Chastity Yoder, a ribbon cutting for Never Let Go Ministries April 18. On hand for the event were:
at the county fairgrounds to package said the food banks were reporting back Chamber President Christian Elden, Vice President Susan Herman, Victor Juarez
80,000 meals. The food packs will be their clients preferred Kraft Mac and (NLG), ministry Founder Mary Juarez, holding a memorial to Marjoe, Ian Gineman,
distributed to pantries, school backpack Cheese. Dawn Gineman, Melody, Ana and Ava Gineman and Edgerton Mayor Lance Bow-
programs and other groups that provide sher.
food to the hungry. Outreach representative Doris Gori-
us came all the way from Iowa to help
The event was hosted by the Williams out and train the volunteers on how to
County United Way and the opera- properly fill the boxes.
tion filled the Gillette Building. Teams
of eight to 10 people work along long The assembly line production fea-
tables to package the materials for oat- tured people working at various stations
meal and apple, red beans and rice or measuring portions and hot-sealing the
pasta with red sauce meals. packages. Each box contained 36 pack-
ages and each package contains six
The food and packaging materials meals, Pepple said.
was brought by Outreach Program of
Iowa. The organization partners with With 13,333 meals per box, that
groups like United Way, churches or comes out to around 370 boxes.
relief agencies to help meet local food
needs. Personal care items are also col- Each time a box was filled, the team
lected. would yell “Box!” and a worker would
take it and place it on a pallet. The pal-
The United Way spent $18,000 for lets of completed boxes shared space
the food, Director Bill Pepple said. The with pallets full of 50-pound bags of
money came from the agency’s general soy powder, rice, beans and freeze-dried
fund. Local donations fund the event, he vegetables.
To aid in the counting process, a
The idea for the food packaging came grid board was at each table so stackers
out of a hunger summit a few years ago, could place bags for two levels.

James can be reached at

Robarge Is Administered Oath Of Office At
Williams County Board Of Developmental Disabilities

PHOTOS BY JAMES PRUITT, STAFF At the April 17th meeting of the Wil- nancial Report that will soon be posted
liams County Board of Developmental on the County Board’s website www.
PACKAGES ... Here are some of the 370 cases filled with 36 food packages bound Disabilities, newly Commissioner ap-
for local food pantries. The packages are good for six meals each. pointed member, Tanya Robarge, was
administered the oath of office. In other action, the Board approved
a quote from MNJ Technologies for the
Superintendent, Debra Guilford, re- AV system for the Board room, as well
minded the Board that Tuesday, April as 2 Surface Pro tablets.
25th, from 5:00pm-7:00pm, the Man-
aged Care Family Forum will be held, Director of Children’s Services, Den-
at the Enrichment Center. Four of the nis Myers, reported that planning has
five State of Ohio Managed Care pro- begun on the Summer Enrichment
viders will be on hand, explaining the Program. Applications will be sent out
advantages of moving from the stan- to eligible pre-school and school age
dard Medicaid card services to man- students in the near future.
aged care. The event is open to the
public. Cody Chrisman, Director of Com-
munity Services, informed the Board
Also noted was the upcoming Board that there is a staffing shortage for pro-
member training, hosted by NOWAC, at vider agencies, leaving some individu-
The Defiance College, Thursday, April als without a provider at this time. The
27th, 5:00pm-8:00pm. The Impact SSA Department continues to reach
Group will be discussing the need for out to providers in Williams County,
the increased use of positive, proactive as well as surrounding counties, state
and consistent communications, along provider associations and other ser-
with understanding the types of ques- vices organizations, to find potential
tions that Boards may be confronted providers. A Family Forum will be held
with now and over time as this service Tuesday, May 23, 5:00pm-7:00pm, at
transition unfolds. There will also be New Hope Community Church to dis-
a training in the afternoon for coun- cuss Shared Living. This event is open
ty board staff (2:00pm-4:00pm) that to the public, providing information to
Board members are welcome to attend. the community regarding how they can
become a paid provider for individuals
The Board reviewed the Annual Fi- with developmental disabilities.

Fulton County Oks Contract To
Connect To Wauseon Sewer System

VOLUNTEERS ... Some of the 400 volunteers are seen using an assembly line in By: James Pruitt ted a bid of $1,399,390. The engineer’s
packing meals at an event hosted by the Williams County United Way April 22 at THE VILLAGE REPORTER estimate was $1,426, 633. The county
the Fairgrounds. The volunteers were slated to produce more than 13,000 meals. board awarded the bid April 20.
WORK TO DO ... Stacks of oatmeal and apples food packs wait to be packaged up Fulton County and the city of
at the Food Packaging event hosted by the Williams County United Way April 22 at Wauseon are now linked in providing •The board also approved the adver-
the Fairgrounds. Volunteers packed up around 370 cases filled with 36 packages sanitary sewer service to Dover Town- tisement of two positions at JFS in the
each good for six meals. Other meals included red beans and rice and pasta and ship. Child Support Division.
red sauce.
The board approved a contract April •During a routine inspection of Ful-
18 allowing the county to discharge ton County’s landfill a leachate out-
sewage from the Airport Sewer into the break was noted, but an existing dike
city’s system. The county is limited to contained. The inspection occurred Feb.
5,000 gallons a day. 28 and the county’s sanitation engineer
Ziad Musallam notified the Ohio EPA
The county will be responsible for about the containment.
the maintenance of the sewer, while
Wauseon will bill customers at the same •County Administrator Vond Hall
rate as the city’s current customers. The recommended to the commissioners the
contract’s term is 10 years. contract for energy conservation should
be awarded to Energy System Group.
Wauseon Public Sewer Director Den- The recommendation came after review-
nis Richardson stated in a memo to the ing all submissions and their qualifica-
board the city wholeheartedly endorses tions, Hall stated in his note.
the pact.
The board also approved payments
In other news: for the JFS office.
•The board opened bids for the 2017
Asphalt Resurfacing and one bid was James can be reached at
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Wednesday, April 26th, 2017 “The Village Reporter” / Weekly Northwest Ohio (Williams & Fulton County News) - 13

FOUR COUTY CAREER CENTER NEWS Exciting Events Coming To 4-H Camp
Palmer-Spring Family Camp & 5K

Four County Career Center Floral Design, Landscape
& Greenhouse Students To Showcase At Toledo Zoo

INFORMATION PROVIDED 4-H Camp Palmer will hold a Spring Awards will be given to top 3 finishers
Family Camp-May 13-14 at camp! in each age group. You may print a reg-
TOLEDO ZOO ... Four County Career Center Floral Design and Landscape & Families can camp in our cabins for an istration from
Greenhouse Technologies students will showcase their Miniature Gardens in the overnight, have tasty meals in our din- or register on- line at
Great Hall of the Museum of Science at the Toledo Zoo this coming weekend. As ing hall and enjoy some fun activities T- shirts guaranteed for entries received
part of the Toledo Zoo’s Earth Day Celebration, they will be hosting their Party for including canoeing, zip line, climbing by May 2.
the Planet and display the Miniature Gardens. Students showed their creativity wall, campfire, archery and more! Reg-
as they designed and created beautiful Miniature Gardens for everyone to enjoy. istration on For additional information about
Shown above with their Miniature Gardens are Floral Design students (LEFT TO the above events, please call 419-237-
RIGHT) Alyssa Spangler (Montpelier), Gabrielle Lusk (Bryan) and Michelle Robin- Camp Palmer will sponsor and host 2247 or email 4hcamppalmer@gmail.
son (Stryker). Florence Luzny, Floral Design instructor, and Eric Hite, Landscape our 2nd 5K Run/Walk on May 13. The com. 4-H Camp Palmer is a non-profit
& Greenhouse Technologies instructor, coordinated the event. race will start at 9:00 am. The race 501c3 organization. The camp is locat-
course will start at camp and end in the ed in Fulton County-264050 Co Rd MN,
Four County Career Center Students Place In The center of camp and include roads around Fayette, Ohio adjacent to Harrison Lake
Top Three At 2017 Skills USA Sate Competition and through Harrison Lake State Park. State Park

Williams SWCD Taking Orders For Fish

The Williams Soil and Water Con- also available and are recommended for
servation District (SWCD) is taking or- forage for bluegill, bass, and perch and
ders for their annual Fish Sale through are sold in quantities of 100. This year
Friday, April 28. A number of fish are the District is also offering 6-8” Japa-
available to purchase to stock your nese Koi. Fish pick up is scheduled for
pond. Bluegill, hybrid bluegill, channel Tuesday, May 2, at the Bryan Ice Rink.
catfish, largemouth bass, yellow perch,
and red-eared shellcrackers are sold in If you have any questions or would
quantities of 25 and white amurs are like to request an order form, please
available to purchase individually. The stop by the Williams SWCD at 1120
number of white amurs needed per acre West High Street, Bryan, or call 419-
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portunity provider and employer.

Sauder Village Opening May 2nd

INFORMATION PROVIDED Archbold, OH – Sauder Village, Saturday, May 20.
Ohio’s largest living-history destination, Sauder Village offers plenty for guests
TOP THREE ... Four students from Four County Career Center placed in the top will open on Tuesday, May 2 with a focus
three in the 2017 Skills USA State competition in Columbus. Three of these on farming, gardening and new themed to see and do while visiting historic
students placed 1st earning them the right to advance to national competition in activities throughout the year. The 41st homes, farms, gardens and community
Louisville, Kentucky, June 19-23. These three students from the Career Center Annual Quilt Show will also kick-off the shops. Families can take a walk through
will join other conference delegates from across the nation to participate in the season with a spectacular display of time while exploring wigwams and a
53rd annual National Leadership and Skills Conference. Students who received quilts in Founder’s Hall, a new vendor trading post at Natives & Newcomers and
these honors are (LEFT TO RIGHT) Jillian Knipp (Liberty Center) who competed in market, quilting demonstrations, work- continue to the Pioneer Settlement Area
Cosmetology receiving a Bronze medal; Jared Muncy (Patrick Henry); Robert Mont- shops and more! to experience life in Ohio from 1830-1870
gomery (Patrick Henry); and Tiffany Bechstein (Liberty Center), all part of the Crime at the log school, church, barn, homes
Scene Investigation Team, received a Gold medal and will be attending the national “A time-honored get-away in the Mid- and gardens. Finally, guests can step
competition. The Skills Ohio Championships consists of over 80 career, techni- west, Sauder Village is ready to welcome into the 1920s at the Grime Homestead
cal and leadership contests. Participants are challenged to complete a project in guests of all ages back to the Historic Vil- complete with telephone, radio and play-
their area of career and technical training within a specified time period while being lage for another season,” shared Jeanette er piano. Throughout the Village guests
scored by a panel of judges. Skills USA is a national organization for career and Smith, Director of Sales & Marketing. can also marvel at craftsmen blending
technical students training for careers in trade, industrial, technical and health “From students and teachers to families skill and creativity in glass, metals, fab-
related occupations. Four County Career Center Skills USA Advisors are Krista and friends . . . . we offer guests of all ric, wood and clay. Every day traditional
Whetro and Bill Parsley. ages the opportunity to have fun, learn and contemporary craftsmen not only
something new and make happy memo- demonstrate their trade but also offer
4th Annual “Project Runway” To Be ries together!” hand-crafted items available for sale in
Held At Four County Career Center places like the Spinning Shop, Pottery
From its very beginning, Sauder Vil- Shop, Weaving Shop, Glass Shop, Black-
PHOTO PROVIDED lage has been centered around sharing smith Shop and Tiffin River Woodworks.
experiences rich in history, hospitality,
PROJECT RUNWAY ... The public is invited to join us for the 4th Annual “Project creativity and fun. New this year, guests A ride on the horse-drawn carriage
Runway” which will be held May 1 at 7:00 p.m. in the multi-purpose room at Four can enjoy themed experiences through- and a trip around the Village on the Erie
County Career Center. The evening will feature unique hair designs and makeup out the season with an increased empha- Express Train are also popular activities.
artistry with matching outfits, all created by senior Cosmetology students and mod- sis on farming and gardening. To start The Barn Restaurant offers a unique
eled by junior Cosmetology students. Over 30 designs will be displayed throughout the season, daily activities will encourage place to enjoy a home-style meal and
the show. A magical runway for the models will be designed by the Floral Design guests to “discover” the power of water, guests can always find delicious treats to
and Interior Design students. The Visual Art & Design students will be taking pro- how to milk a goat, the power of wind, take home from Stella Leona Chocolates
fessional photos of the models as part of the presentation, as well as action photos how to give a horse a bath and much & Coffees and the Doughbox Bakery. For
throughout the evening. Shown above are cosmetology students (LEFT TO RIGHT) more! Guests can view a calendar on those looking to extend their stay, over-
Jillian Knipp (Liberty Center) and Mallori Sholl (Hicksville) starting their creations. the Sauder Village website to learn more night accommodations and special pack-
The evening is coordinated by Cosmetology instructor Kim Dunbar. about the special activities planned each ages are available at the Sauder Heri-
day in the Historic Village. tage Inn and the 87-site Sauder Village
From quilts, dolls and barbershop
music to vintage base ball, apple but- Historic Sauder Village is open this
ter and farm days . . . . the 2017 season spring Tuesday through Friday from
is also filled with many unique special 10:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., Saturday from
events. To start the season the 41st an- 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and Sunday from
nual Quilt Show will take place from May noon-4:00 p.m. The Village is closed
2 - 7 with hundreds of quilts on display on Mondays, except holidays and sum-
in Founder’s Hall. This extraordinary mer hours will begin after Memorial Day.
event celebrates the rich tradition of Admission is $17.00 for adults, $11.00
quilting while showcasing the fine crafts- for students (6-16) and free for members
manship of quilters from throughout the and children 5 and under. Again this
Midwest. This year’s event includes great year, children 16 and under are free ev-
shopping at Threads of Tradition Quilt ery Sunday this season! Sauder Village
Shop as well as a new “Vendor Market” Memberships offer many valuable ben-
in the Museum Building that will include efits and are available for only $50 for
quilting supplies from a number of quilt a Single, $75 for a Couple or $85 for a
shops! The show will also feature special Family/Grandparent Membership.
exhibits, quilting demonstrations, quilt
appraisals and workshops with guest For more details about planning a
artists Mary Kerr and Lenore Crawford. memorable Sauder Village get-away call
Other upcoming events include Spring 800.590.9755, visit the Sauder Village
on the Farm on Saturday, May 13 and website at, like us
the popular Antique Car Gathering on on Facebook or follow us on Twitter and



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HELP WANTED - The Village of Edgerton, Ohio, is seek- HELP WANTED - Part-time Water/Sewer/Streets employee HELP WANTED - The Stryker Local Schools is seeking ap-
ing a full-time Water/Sewer Superintendent. The posi- needed for the Village of Fayette. Position will be for approxi- plications for Varsity Boys Basketball Head Coach. Inter-
tion is responsible for the administration, direction and mately 20 hours per week but may fluctuate seasonally. Po- ested individuals should submit a letter of interest and re-
coordination of personnel and activities in the operation sition will be responsible for assisting other department em- sume via email to Mr. Dave
and maintenance of the equipment and facilities of the ployees with various job duties. Applicant must be at least Schultz, Principal, by Friday April 28, 2017.
Village’s water treatment, distribution, storm and sewer 18 years of age, have a valid driver’s license, a clean driving
systems. A job description can be found on edgerton-ohio. record, and be able to pass a background check. Pick up an The Finishing Department is hiring at our electro-coating facility in Pioneer. This
com. Please submit resume and cover letter by 4 pm on application at 102 W. Main St. Fayette, OH 43521. Submis- is an exciting opportunity to join a family owned company servicing the con-
May 1, 2017, to: Village Administrator, Village of Edger- sion deadline is April 28, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. struction, automotive, and geothermal markets. We have competitive wages,
ton, P O Box 609, Edgerton OH 43517 or via email to shift premiums, and Excellent benefits. Currently we are looking for motivated, EEOE Real Estate & Auction hardworking, team players to join our family in the following areas:
General Production – qualifications include, high school diploma or equiva-
Press Operator Needed All Shifts PUBLIC AUCTION lent, excellent attendance record, your own reliable transportation, and able to
pass a pre-employment drug screen. Base pay is $10.50/hr.
Applicants must have the ability to lift 75 lbs con- Norm Bechtol Estate Auction Maintenance Electrician – In addition to above qualifications, you must have
sistently, basic tool knowledge, and the ability to follow 2 year degree in an electrical field or 2+ years of electrical maintenance experi-
instructions. Willing to work overtime and weekends is Saturday May 13th @ 9 AM ence. Able to troubleshoot electrical motors, control circuits through the use of
necessary. We offer medical, dental, vision, 401k, vaca- process, mechanical and electrical drawings. This career will require overtime
tion & attendance bonuses and “on call” responsibilities. Pay dependent on experience.
Apply at 201 Ohio St, Pioneer OH 43554 or visit our website

All applicants must be at least 18 years of age or older. 10180 County Road 7.50 Montpelier Ohio 43543 Machine Operators and
General Laborers Wanted
Apply Within: Selling at auction, a three bedroom, two bath manufactured home
Triple Diamond Plastics with fireplace & open floor plan, on 5 spacious acres in Superior No experience necessary. We are a plastic injection molder pro-
Office Hours from 8 am to 4 pm Twp, Montpelier school district. Real Estate selling first, followed ducing a variety of large plastic products. We have four crews
405 N. Pleasantview Dr. by Personal property. Call Bert Brown @ 419-212-0851 to view covering 2 Shifts (6 a.m. – 6 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.). Work
Liberty Center, OH 43532 the property. 15 days out of 30 days a Month with a 3 day weekend every
other week. Starting wage is $12/hour entry to $13/hour skilled
HELP WANTED - Bryan PART-TIME FLORAL ’03 Kawasaki 4wheeler 360 4x4 like new, ’03 Chevy van, Crafts- based on experience, and shift premiums if applicable. An ad-
City Schools is now hir- DESIGNER/DESIGN ASSISTANT man 22hp riding mower,’ 96 Dodge van Firearms; Shot guns: Itha- ditional $1000 possible through our Perfect attendance and At-
ing Bus Drivers. Appli- ca 37 Featherlite 20ga, Keen Kutter 12ga, Iver Johnson 410, Stevens tendance Bonus Program. Benefits after 30 days. All applicants
cants must have or be 20-25 hours per week 410, Mossberg 410, Stevens 20ga, Rifles: Stevens visable loader must successfully complete a pre-employment Drug screen.
able to obtain a CDL B compensation based on 22pump, Savage 22-2.50, Remington Field master 22, Remington
with School Bus. Appli- Target master 22, (2) Marlin 22’s, Hunting gear, Gun safe, Cane OPEN INTERVIEWS • 9am to 4pm
cants will also need to experience poles, Rods & reels, Full tackle boxes & much more. Shop: Landis
pass a Physical & BCI/ submit resume to Leather shoe stitcher, Several Adler electric leather sewing machines, 20/20 Send resume to
FBI check. Those inter- FE Smith riveter, Landis leather roll cutter, Champion Leather sew-
ested apply at: https:// or apply in person at: ing machine, Landis Jet line shoe finisher, Many old leather items, Fax to: 419-485-5929 Anything Grows Shoe repair tools, Western wear Boots, Moccasins, Halters, Bridles,
an/onlineapp/ 1380 N Shoop Ave, Wauseon, OH Belts and other Equine items from Norms old shop, Coleman Air or apply at:
compressor, Craftsman Tool chests, Craftsman Table saw, 10” Radial 14620 Selwyn Dr.,
arm saw, Drill press, 14” band saw, Belt sander, Poulan Tree trimmer, Holiday City, OH 43543
B&D Weed eater, Woodworking tools, Power tools, Hand tools, and
HELP WANTED - Americare Home Health has immediate more. New Gazebo’s, New tree stands, 5hp snow blower, 3pt back
full time and part time openings for STNA’s. If you would blade, Ferguson slip scoop, Clipper fanning mill, Vintage hammer
like to be part of our team, apply at 102 W. Bryan St., mill, Iron kettle, Show box, milk can, platform scales, Vintage Pepsi
Bryan or send resume and 3 references to hr@americare- machine, Vintage items from the barn and the leather shop,. House- EOE hold: Kitchen table & chairs, Several recliners, Electric lift chair,
Entertainment center, Full size beds & dressers, Visio flat screen Tv,
MACHINIST Kitchen items, Aluminum & Stainless Steel pots & pans, Crock pots Defiance Metal Products is a leading supplier of metal parts &
& Small Kitchen appliances, Ice cream maker, Many Disney other assemblies for companies such as PACCAR, Navistar, Cater-
Manufacturer of customized machinery for the tube bending is currently VCR tapes, Boxes of misc household treasure. pillar, John Deere, JLG lifts and many more valued customers.
seeking a candidate for full time machinist. A qualifying candidate must
have the ability to set-up and operate a CNC mill, lathe, and surface Save the date on your calendar, see you at the auction! We are currently hiring for:
grinder. Must be able to use machine shop math and read blueprints and • Mig Welders
sketches. 3 years of experience minimum to Mastercam. Haas and Anilam Terms on real estate: $3500 non-refundable deposit day of auction, • Machine Operators
Controls a plus. As a privately held organization we offer excellent benefits balance at closing, on or about 45days. Personal property terms: • Shipping (packing & driving forklift)
including paid vacation, health insurance, life insurance and retirement. cash, good check or, credit cards with 3% convenience fee applied. • Forklift Drivers
• Diesetters
If interested please send resume to: Owners: Norm Bechtol Estate, Deb Jackson Administrator • Powder Coat Operators
Wms Co Probate court case # 20161228, Abigail Wurm Attorney We have openings on all 3 shifts
TJ Automation, Inc.
Auctioneer: Albert “Bert” Brown CAI, CES Applicants must be 18 years of age, have a HS Diploma or
U-075 St. Rt. 66, Archbold, Ohio 43502 or Apprentice auctioneer: Wyatt Zulch GED, and be able to pass pre-employment testing.
Broker: Mary Stoller
Applications may be completed at 21 Seneca Street or
See pictures and details at - Search Bert Brown the North 66 Plant (8am – 3pm) or Email resumes to:
Call Bert Brown @ 419-212-0851 or Mary Stoller Realty @ 419-636-5656
Legal Notice 116 N. Main St., Bryan, Ohio 6323 Co. Rd. K Edon, Ohio
DMP is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Announcements made day of auction take precedence over printed matter.

LEGALS - On April 10, 2017, the Council of the Village of Public Auction Hiring RNs!
Pioneer, Ohio passed the following legislation:
Ordinance No. 04-2017: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AP- Friday, May 12, 2017 – 10:00 am Become part of something great! Provide excellent,
PROPRIATIONS FOR 2017 AND DECLARING AN EMER- professional, skilled home health and hospice nursing.
GENCY. This Ordinance modifies appropriations within Nettle Lake Home
the General Fund, EDA Grant Fund, and Capital Projects Full-time / Part-time
Fund during the fiscal year 2017 and declares an emer- • Only $39,900 - year round home Fulton & Williams Counties
gency. All provisions of this Ordinance go into full force • 3 BRs, 1BA. • Well maintained • Nice Deck
and effect immediately. Meet medical and related needs for patients and
• Water access & lake view • Storage shed families. Clinical/hospice experience a plus; training
Resolution No. 103-2017: RESOLUTION AUTHORIZ- ED - 501-2894R provided. Comprehensive nonprofit agency offering
ING PARTICIPATION IN THE ODOT WINTER CONTRACT stability, competitive wages, benefits , mileage, uniforms,
(018-18) FOR ROAD SALT This Resolution authorizes Location: The Pop Shop, 202 Stryker Street (State Route 2), continuous clinical training. Call, stop in or apply online:
the Village Administrator to purchase road salt through Archbold Ohio. Just west of downtown.
ODOT Cooperative Purchasing Program. This Resolution Description: 1350 sq. ft building located on 132x132 par- 230 Westfield Dr., 127 Blakeslee Ave.
shall be effective at the earliest time permitted by law. cel at corners of Stryker and Ditto Streets. Zoned B-1 Cen- Archbold, OH 43502 Bryan, OH 43506
tral Business, this property offers many possibilities for a Ginny George, RN, BSN
Resolution No. 104-2017: A RESOLUTION AUTHO- start-up or existing business. Plenty of traffic passes by this Sally Osborn, RN (419) 633-7590
RIZING AND DIRECTING THE VILLAGE ADMINISTRA- site daily, so your business will get noticed! If you’re looking (419) 445-5128
TOR AND VILLAGE FISCAL OFFICER TO CONTRACT for retail space, office space, or just an investment, oppor-
FOR A LINE OF CREDIT WITH EDON STATE BANK FOR tunities like this seldom come available in Archbold. Attend Apply online:
AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $450,000.00 FOR THE the auction ready to bid!
CLARK AVENUE EXTENSION – INDUSTRIAL CONNEC- Inspection: Visit the open house from 5-7pm on Thursday For Sale
This Resolution authorizes a $450,000.00 line of credit Terms: 10% down day of sale with balance due at closing FOR SALE - 5 bedroom, 2 large outbuildings on two acres
through the Edon State Bank for the Clark Avenue Exten- on or before 45 days. Offered subject to seller’s immediate in Morenci, Michigan. Hardtop road, 92%, furnace, pro-
sion – Industrial Connector Project and declares an emer- confirmation. Agent owned property. pane, standing coal burner in dining room. 517-401-6321.
gency. All provisions of this Resolution go into full force FOR SALE - Electric powered recliners - do it all with the
and effect immediately. SELLERS: JAKE AND JULIE DOMINIQUE push of a button - La-Z-Boy and Best and Lane power re-
cliners on sale now at Rupp Furinture Co. 419.446.2551.
Resolution No. 105-2017: A RESOLUTION ADVANC- Frey & Sons, Inc.
ING $200,000.00 FROM THE GENERAL FUND TO THE Robert G. Frey, Broker & Auctioneer To Place Your Classified Call 419-485-4851!
Resolution authorizes a $200,000.00 advance from the
General Fund to the EDA Grant Fund for payment of ex-
penditures as incurred for the Clark Avenue Extension –
Industrial Connector Project and declares an emergency.
All provisions of this Resolution go into full force and ef-
fect immediately.

The complete text of the above legislation can be ob-
tained or viewed at the office of the Village Fiscal Officer at
409 South State Street, Pioneer, Ohio 43554. This sum-
mary was prepared or reviewed and approved by Thomas
A. Thompson, Village Solicitor for the Village of Pioneer,


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Pettisville Wins A Non-Conference Game Over Delta 4-1


Jr. High Track & Field also won two events taking the 100 and the high jump.
Pettisville’s Leppelmeier captured the 1600 and 800 for
Mon., April 17th, 2017 the Blackbirds only firsts.

BOYS - Edon 85, Pettisville 43, North Central 7 Stryker, Hilltop, Fayette & Montpelier
The Bombers won all but three events in the BBC Tri- Stryker finished second out of four teams at Hill-
Meet. Z. Muehlfeld was a triple winner for Edon with top (Hilltop, Fayette, Montpelier) with 53 points. First
wins in the 110 hurdles (19.5), 200 hurdles (32.3) and place finishers include: Spencer Clingaman 200 meters
the Long Jump (15’8.5”). Pettisville’s H. Waidelich cap- in 27.1 (New school record). Gianluca Fabiano in pole
tured the Shot Put and Discus with throws of 29’ and vault with a height of 7’5 and boys 4x400 relay with a
81’2” respectively. The Blackbirds other victory came time of 4 minutes 21 seconds. The relay team consists
in the 1600 where M. Leppelmeier ran the four laps in of Kaleb Holsopple, Jamison Treace, Spencer Clingam-
5:04. on, and Brandon Bowers.

Hilltop Quad Meet GIRLS - Pettisville 93, Edgerton 26
Montpelier was victorious at Hilltop in a quad meet The Blackbirds won all but two events in their dual
with Fayette and Stryker also in attendance. meet with the Lady Bulldogs. Schnitkey was a triple
Scoring first place points for the boys were Dylan winner for Pettisville winning the 100, 200 and shot
Eitniear in the 110 hurdles (21.1 seconds), Andre Agu- put. Hostetler was a double winner in the 1600 and 800
irre in the 200 hurdles (35.9 seconds – new PR), Kaden meters. Taking first for Edgerton was Ricketts in the
Cummins in both the shot (30’ 11”) and the disc (91’ 6 high jump and Wassen in the 100 hurdles.
½” – new PR), Jeren Viers in the high jump (5’ – new
PR), Ethan Varney in the long jump (14’ 5 ¼” – new PR), Stryker, Hilltop, Fayette & Montpelier
the 4X100 relay team of Ethan Varney, Holden Cieslak, The Stryker Lady Panthers finished third with a
Khegunn Flint, and Jeren Viers (53.2 seconds), and score of 46. First place finishers include Trinitie Wool-
the 4X200 relay team of Ethan Varney, Khegunn Flint, ace; 1600 run with a time of 5:51, Trinitie Woolace: 800
Jeren Viers, and Thomas Jay (1:50.4). Earning 2nd meters with a time of 2:47. Kinsey Myers: 200 meters
place points were Brody Kreischer in the 200 hurdles in 29.3. Brianna Breier: long jump with a jump of 15’2
(new PR), Thomas Jay in the 400M, and the 4X400 re- (new school record). The 4x200 relay with a time of 2:04
lay team of Dylan Eitniear, Everett Lashaway, Jordan (new school record). The 4x200 team consists of Kinsey
Fry, and Thomas Jay. Earning 3rd place points were Myers, Zarhea Carroll, Haylee Fulk and Brianna Breier.
Gavin Stratton on the 110 hurdles, Khegunn Flint in
the 100M (new PR), Dylan Eitniear in the 400M, Holden Sat., April 22nd, 2017
Cieslak in both the 200M and the long jump (new PR),
and Landon Brigle in the pole vault (new PR). Earn- BOYS - The Hilltop Junior High Relays
ing 4th place points were Jordan Fry in the 110 hur- The Cadets placed second.
dles (new PR), Scott Hillard in the 800M, and Elijah
Hutchinson in both the shot and the disc (new PR). Finishing in second place was the duo of Jeren Vi-
Earning 5th place points were Brody Kreischer in the ers and Gavin Stratton in the high jump, the shuttle
110 hurdles (new PR), Everett Lashaway in the 800M, hurdles relay team of Jordan Fry, Andre Aguirre, Gavin
and Chris Moor in the 200M (new PR). Stratton, and Brody Kreischer, the 4X200 relay team of
GIRLS - Pettisville 81, Edon 48, North Central 23 Ethan Varney, Holden Cieslak, Jeren Viers, and Thom-
North Central’s Lonabarger was a double winner in as Jay, the 4X100 relay team of Ethan Varney, Holden
the 100 and 200 Hurdles with times of 21.6 and 37.2 Cieslak, Khegunn Flint, and Jeren Viers with a new PR,
respectively. Pettisville’s Schnitkey was a double win- the sprint/distance medley relay team of Ethan Varney,
ner in the 100 and 200 meters with times of 13.3 and Khegunn Flint, Dylan Eitniear, and Thomas Jay, the
28.61. The Blackbirds’ Hostetler doubled up in the 4X400 relay team of Dylan Eitniear, Everett Lashaway,
1600 and 800 winning the two distance events with Jordan Fry, and Thomas Jay, and the sprint medley
times of 6:01.7 and 2:47.2. relay team of Holden Cieslak, Khegunn Flint, Dylan Eit-
niear, and Jordan Fry. Finishing in third place was the
Hilltop Quad Meet duo of Kaden Cummins and Elijah Hutchinson in the
Montpelier was victorious at Hilltop in a quad meet shot put and Landon Brigle all by himself in the pole
with Fayette and Stryker also in attendance. vault. Finishing in fourth place was the combination
Scoring first place points for the girls were Sonja Al- of Andre Aguirre and Collin Mattern in the long jump
vira in the 100 hurdles (20 seconds – new PR), Shailynn and the distance medley relay team of Everett Lasha-
Bohner in the 100M (14.3 seconds), Chelsea McCord in way, Scott Hillard, JT Fackler, and Collin Mattern. And
the 200 hurdles (37.3 seconds), Rachel McIntosh in the finishing in fifth team of Collin Mattern, Scott Hillard,
high jump (4’ 4” - new PR), and the 4X100 relay team of Everett Lashaway, and Landon Brigle.
Sonja Alvira, Cadey Hillard, Chelsea McCord, and Shai-
lynn Bohner (1:00.3). Earning 2nd place points were GIRLS - The Hilltop Junior High Relays
Jessi Bumb in the 200 hurdles, Ali Repp in both the The Lady Cadets finished first during the girls
shot and the disc, Addi Thompson in the high jump, meet.
and the 4X400 relay team of Alyssa Custer, Rachel Mc- Finishing in first place was the combination of Ali
Intosh, Lyndsi Engels, and Tristen Bexten. Earning Repp and Ami Mathius in the disc, Rachel McIntosh
3rd place points were Jessi Bumb in the 100 hurdles, and Addi Thompson in the high jump, Sonja Alvira
Lyndsi Engels in both the 800M and the 1600M, Tris- alone in the pole vault, the distance medley relay team
ten Bexten in the 400M, Addi Thompson in the 200 of Alyssa Custer, Mikayla Hornung, Lyndsi Engels, and
hurdles, and Grace McDaniel in the long jump. Earn- Emily Fritsch with a new meet record, the shuttle hur-
ing 4th place points were Trinity Richmire in the 100 dle relay team of Sonja Alvira, Addi Thompson, Jessi
hurdles, Emily Fritsch in the 1600M, Mikayla Hornung Bumb, and Trinity Richmire, the 4X200 relay team of
in the 800M, Cadey Hillard in the 200M, Ariel Page in Shailynn Bohner, Chelsea McCord, Trinity Richmire,
the shot, Ami Mathius in the disc, and Alyssa Custer and Tristen Bexten with a new PR, the 4X800 relay
in the long jump. Earning 5th place points were Al- team of Lyndsi Engels, Alyssa Custer, Emily Fritsch,
lison Sommer in the 400M, Brooke Wheeler in the 200 and Brooke Wheeler, the 4X400 relay team of Lyndsi
hurdles, Emily Fritsch in the 800M, and Cadey Hillard Engels, Tristen Bexten, Rachel McIntosh, and Mikayla
in the long jump. Hornung, and the sprint medley relay team of Chelsea
McCord, Cadey Hillard, Shailynn Bohner, and Tristen
Thur., April 20th, 2017 Bexten. Finishing in second place was the shot put re-
lay team, the 4X100 relay team of Sonja Alvira, Cadey
BOYS - Edgerton 85, Pettisville 30 Hillard, Chelsea McCord, and Shailynn Bohner with a
Blue was a double winner for Edgerton winning the new PR, and the sprint/distance medley relay team of
110 hurdles and the 200 meters. His teammate Wilson Trinity Richmire, Mikayla Hornung, Rachel McIntosh,
and Emily Fritsch. Finishing in third place was the
long jump relay combination of Grace McDaniel and
Alyssa Custer.


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TO All Area
306 W. Main Street
Montpelier, OH 43543 Athletes

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904 Stryker St., Archbold, Ohio

--------------------------------------------- Bakery ----------------------------------- Brewery & Pub -------------------------

211 Carpenter Road
Defiance, OH 43512

(419) 576-5822

Thursday & Friday 4:00pm – 10:00pm
Saturday 11:00am – 10:00pm
Sunday 11:00am – 8:00pm

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Building - CABINETS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CHRIS FLAGG office: 419.825.8770 | cell: 419.367.9505 |
Building - CONCRETE ---------------------
2991 us highway 20a, swanton, ohio 43558

Building - ELECTRICAL ------------------------------------------------------------------------

N W Brown Electric


Residential • Commercial • Light Industrial 18372 Co. Rd. D Ph. 419-445-7707
Service Upgrades • Outdoor Lighting Wauseon, Ohio Location: Pettisville
Ohio License #21353
Serving Northwest Ohio Building - FLOOR COVERINGS ---------

24 Hour Emergency Service Available

01978 Co Rd 22A, BOWERMAN
Stryker, OH 43557
(419) 428-3161 WALLPAPER

3905 CO. RD. E • SWANTON OH 43558
MON-FRI 8;30-5:30, SAT 9:00-12:00
419-826-7951 FAX: 419-826-8007

--------------------------------------------------- Building - DOOR SOLUTIONS ---------------------------------------------------------

Carpets & Flooring


419-636-7963 • Bryan, OH

Building - GENERAL CONSTRUCTION ---------------------------------------------- Building- OUTBUILDINGS --------

Windows, Roofing & So Much More...


Defiance (7663)

Napoleon (7663)

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Building - PLUMBING --------------- Building - Roofing ------------------- Cleaning Service ----------------------

PLUMBING, HEATING • Spray Foam Professional Carpet Cleaning | Janitorial Service
AIR CONDITIONING • Elastomeric Roof
Coatings ServiceMaster by McCann
--------------------------------------------- • Single Ply Membranes 419-636-9983 • 800.466.5570
• Blown Insulation
• Flat Roof Repairs 1255 Carpenter Rd., Defiance 43512
Tom Nye Phone 419-636-8080
Cell 419-212-2459 Equipment Sales & Service --------
3645 County Road 3B
Edgerton, OH 43517 Fax 419-298-3645

Employment Service ----------------

Maid For You Swanton 419-825-3000 • Perrysburg 419-930-2674 HONDA
Findlay 419-427-1007 • Napoleon 419-599-9992 Power
Who has the time to get your house in order and Equipment
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Serving 3 States for 27 Years
For a free estimate call 517-458-6527

Or toll free 877-600-6243
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1 mile north of Camden, MI on M-49
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Fuel Store --------------------------------- Funeral & Estate ---------------------------------------------------------------------

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