Lifestyle briefs, Feb. 18
Mob going to animal shelter
Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Services has adopted its monthly Cash Mob for February.
Instead of going to a locally-owned business to make a purchase, chamber members are asking the public to benefit the Seneca County Humane Society with the purchase of pet food, cleaning materials, office supplies, postage stamps, pet bedding, cat litter, cash and gift cards for gas and other products to benefit the shelter.
These items can be dropped off noon-5:30-p.m. Wednesday at the shelter, 2811 S. SR 100. For more information, call the Humane Society at (419) 447-5704.
TAG meeting moved
The usual Monday night meeting of the Tiffin Art Guild has been postponed to 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the gallery.
TAG members are encouraged to attend. Entries for the photo contest are to be turned in by 4 p.m. Saturday for judging, and input is needed concerning other events for coming months.
Youth can dance after game
First Lutheran Church is to host another After the Game Dance in the church fellowship hall Friday.
The doors of the church at 300 Melmore St. will be open for students (grades 6-8 only) to enter from 9:30 p.m-9:45 p.m. The entry fee will be $2. Students may enter at the preschool door entrance at the northwest corner of the building. Soft drinks, water and pizza may be purchased for 50 cents each.
A DJ is to play music for the dance.
Parents should plan to pick up their children at the back entrance parking lot at 11 p.m. Police auxiliary officers will be present as well as a number of adult chaperones.
Call (419) 447-1323 for more information.
German music highlighted
An afternoon of German music, showcasing the talents of Heidelberg University vocal and piano students, is to be featured in the Goethe Song Festival at 3 p.m. Saturday in Brenneman Music Hall on campus.
The concert is to feature vocal students performing settings of excerpts from the poetry of Johann Wolfgang Goethe set in a variety of styles. In this second annual event, four piano students Stephen Smith, Cy Boehler, Colleen Crayton and Allie Dresser will serve as accompanists for 15 voice students.
Voice students who will perform include Kristen Lindhurst, Addison Woost, Laura Bayda, Sarah Bolen, Chelsea Smith, Helen Hedrick, Nick Saxton, Kristina Kamm, Melissa Tippin, Holly Oberlin, Elle Dutton, Tim Borham,
Tess Gerber, Kelly Devine and Hunter Jordan.
The program is free, but an offering is to be taken to benefit vocal scholarships for Heidelberg music students.
Habitat updating public
Seneca Habitat for Humanity is to have its annual meeting 5-7 p.m. Saturday in the Upper Room at St. Joseph Activity Center.
Those attending are asked to bring a dish to share and table service for the potluck dinner at 5:15 p.m. The business portion of the meeting is to start at 6 p.m.
To RSVP, call (419) 447-4270.
Scholarship dinner slated
The Carmie Fabrizio Spaghetti Dinner is to take place noon-2 p.m. March 2 at Camden Falls in Tiffin.
Meals are $10 each.
All proceeds benefit the Carmie Fabrizio Scholarship Fund. Tickets are on sale at Calvert High School, Westgate Barbers, Fabrizio Chiropractic and by calling (419) 618-0823.