Sunday announcements, May 8

Airman 1st Class Christina M. Goff

U.S. Air Force National Guard Airman 1st Class Christina M. Goff graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and skills.

Airmen who complete basic training also earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force.

Goff is the daughter of Amy Blackford of Tiffin and John Haudenshild of Wellington and granddaughter of Peggy Davis and Ron Marker of Tiffin. She is the wife of Emily Goff.

The airman graduated in 2013 from North Central Academy, Tiffin.

Limited services due to renovation

Tiffin-Seneca Public Library is offering limited services Thursday through June 3 due to ongoing renovation.

Large portions of the library are to be inaccessible. The junior department and the Frost Kalnow room are to be used for essential services such as checkouts and returns, access to new materials, computers, limited reference services, copy and fax services, newspapers, holds pickups and more.

Staff are to be on hand to retrieve some items from the main library as needed.

Alternative entrances are to be marked. Wheelchair access is to be affected, advance notice is to be given.

Access to the full library is to be available June 5.

For more information or further questions, call (419) 447-3751.

V-S offering ABLE classes, orientations

Vanguard-Sentinel Adult Basic and Literacy Education program again is offering free ABLE classes to help adults improve their reading, math or writing skills, to prepare for the GED test and to get ready for college or an adult certification program.

Those who wish to enroll are to attend a two-hour orientation to set goals, complete placement testing and develop an individualized learning plan.

The following are the next dates for orientation:

• 9 a.m. May 30-31 and 5 p.m. May 30 and June 1 at Vanguard Adult Workforce Development Center.

• 8:30 a.m. May 22-23 and at 5 p.m. May 30-31 at Sentinel Career and Technology Center.

• 9 a.m. May 24-25 at Fostoria Junior/Senior High School.

• 1-4 p.m. Wednesdays at Clyde Public Library.

For more information or to register for an orientation time, call (419) 334-6901, ext. 2703.

Columbian to recognize students

Columbian High School’s 2017 recognition program is at 7 p.m. May 11.

There is to be a special recognition and awards presented to students.

Calvert inducts NHS members

Calvert Catholic High School students were inducted into the National Honor Society April 26.

Members inducted include Marie Brodman, Connor Stocker, Will Wagner, Peyton Deats, Bailey Huss, Rebecca Hoepf, Anna Kin, Bradlee Warnement, Madison Jones, Karissa Wise, Makayla DeMoss, Kristan Bowers, Allie Beckley, Tom Wang, Brad Haren, Zach Conn, Fred Fabrizio, Tanner Smith, Clare Sullivan, Laura Haley, Ashley Reinhart, Conor Sullivan, Isaac Best, Luke Brickner, Dominic Mangiola, Lexie White, Taylor Harris, Maddie Brown, Sophia Burtis, Allison Nye, Breanna Stephens, Christian Staib, Kennedy Smith, Elayna Kapelka, Maria Goshe and Christina Park.

TMS announces students of the month for April, May

Tiffin Middle School announced Students of the Month for the months of April and May.

Students named for April include Lillian Feucht, Brooklyn Ranieri, Hannah Quillen, Lacey Gibson, Pandora Aiello, Annalyce Bowles, Mackenzie Hoffman, Jadyn Rozzell, Andrew Beamer, Michaela Brickner, Grant Gribben and Kaitlyn Ledwedge.

Students named for May include Adrian Christian, Riley White, Gracie Solomon, Sam Roszman, Courtney Miller, Garrett Chester, Kylen Coopshaw, Jaden Myers, Anthony Wuensch, Karlexi Benavides, Bryan Edler, Alexandria Hausman and Jaythen Triplat.

Terra to host enrollment events

FREMONT — Terra State Community College is to host All-in-One Days to help students enroll in classes for the fall 2017 semester.

Dates are 8 a.m.-7 p.m. June 6 and July 24 in Roy Klay Hall.

During the events, new and returning students can apply for admission, take placement tests, meet with an adviser, enroll in classes and receive assistance with financial aid.

For more information, visit or call (419) 559-2349.

HU students present projects

Heidelberg university students Mollie Knighton of Clyde, Rebecca Webb of Green Springs, Morgan Brant of McCutchenville and Anika Maiberger and Allison Perry of Tiffin presented senior honors projects.

Heidelberg students recognized for achievements

Seventy-five students were honored during Heidelberg University’s annual Student Awards Celebration.

Those honored included Bryce Chong and Benjamin Wadsworth of Clyde; Ayako Hampton of Fostoria; Sarah Parker of McCutchenville; Mya Morris of Sycamore; Theresa Barger, Victor Choo, Anika Maiberger and Allison Perry of Tiffin.

Ashland graduates

ASHLAND — Local students set to graduate from Ashland University during commencement include, Margaret Sullivon of Clyde, doctor of nursing practice degree; Graham Treadway of Upper Sandusky, master’s of arts degree in American History and government; Jordan Bowerman of Attica, bachelor’s degree in nursing; Emily Depinet of Republic, bachelor’s degree in nursing; Braden Hall of Tiffin, bachelor’s degree in business administration; Jeremy Hanna of Tiffin, bachelor’s degree; Ellisyn Scott of Sycamore, bachelor’s degree in biology and toxicology; and Nicholas Wank of Tiffin, bachelor’s degree in exercise science.

Terra State recognizes students

FREMONT — Terra State Community College has announced the winners of the Student Recognition Awards.

Local students who were recognized included Nathan Hammer of Fostoria, Student Employee of the Year; Rosa Jadwisiak of Clyde, Community Service Award; and Kari Steele of Tiffin, 2016-17 commencement speaker.

Scholarship applications available

Applications are available for the 2017 Ohio Minority Engineering Student Scholarship program sponsored by CT Consultants Inc. in collaboration with Ohio Legislative Black Caucus, the National Society of Black Engineers and New Visions Group LLC.

The purpose of the OMESSP is to foster minority students majoring in civil engineering through mentorship and financial assistance and possible internship opportunities.

Applications can be found online at

Chemical engineers compete at annual conference

ANGOLA, Ind. — Josh Marty of Clyde was among a group of chemical engineering students from Trine University took part in competitions at the North-Central Student Regional Conference of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers.

Fostoria hospital offers health fair

FOSTORIA — ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital and Fostoria Area Health Ministry is to host the 15th annual Healthy, Wealthy and Wise Community Health Fair10 a.m.-1p.m. May 17, at Stacy’s Place, 625 Plaza Drive, Fostoria.

This event is free.

Several free screenings will be available, including blood pressure, blood sugar, bone density, skin damage and body fat analysis. The health fair also is to include information from more than 50 vendors on financial planning, long-term care and the services available through ProMedica and local agencies.

Throughout the event, there are to be drawings for door prizes, including a grand prize donated by JB Tours and The Review Times. A light lunch, sponsored by John Irwin of Edward Jones, is to be provided free to participants.

For more information call (419) 436-6688 or visit

Garner Trucking announces promotions

FINDLAY — Garner Trucking of Findlay announces the promotion of Scott Ritchie and Barbara Zimmerman.

Ritchie, of Tiffin, is to take over the role of safety director. Ritchie is to be responsible for ensuring drivers continue to focus on safe driving habits and are following The Federal Motor Carrier Guidelines. He joined Garner in 2003 as a driver and within five years was promoted to driver recruiting and retention manager

Zimmerman has been promoted to human resources director. She is to be responsible for all human resource related activities including workers’ compensation, benefits and recruiting. Zimmerman has worked for Garner for more than 12 years, working in reception, accounting and most recently as manager of human resources.