Sunday announcements, Nov. 5

Allen Eiry center hosting Dan Moyer

Allen Eiry Center is to host Dan Moyer at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Moyer has performed in theaters across the country for many years for ABC Radio Networks, The International Beatles Convention in Chicago, Cedar Point Amusement Park and Electric Light Orchestra, just to name a few. He performs a range of songs from the 1950s and 1960s.

Tickets are on sale for $5 at the Allen Eiry Center, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday. Snacks and beverage are to be provided.

For more information, call AEC at (419) 448-9774.

MCL announces new fiction titles

SYCAMORE — Mohawk Community Library has announced new titles to be added to its circulation.

Titles include “The Gift” by Shelley Shepard Gray, “Blue Ridge Sunrise” by Denise Hunter, “In This Moment” by Karen Kingsbury, “Every Breath You Take” by Mary Higgins Clark, “The Midnight Line” by Lee Child, “The Noel Diary” by Richard Paul Patterson, “Eaves of Destruction” by Kate Carlisle and “Assault and Buttery” by Kristi Abbott.

BC board to meet

NEW WASHINGTON — Buckeye Central Board of Education is to meet at 7 p.m. Thursday in the family/consumer science room of the school, 938 S. Kibler St.

Career center offers new program

Vanguard-Sentinel Career and Technology Centers are to offer a precision machine program.

Basic precision machine is to take place on the Tiffin campus. The cost is $700 and students are to learn blueprint reading and GD&T, manual mill, lathe and drill press and CNC machine functions. Call (419) 448-1212, ext. 3008.

The program is scheduled to run 15 weeks, five hours each week, with 30 classes total. Classes are to start 6-8:30 p.m. Jan. 23 through May 3.

Heidelberg to honor veterans

Heidelberg University’s final home football game of the year is to take place on Veterans Day, Saturday. The university is to honor veterans and active-duty military personnel with special ceremonies and performances before the game and at halftime.

Veterans and active-duty military personnel are invited to the game, free of charge. Kickoff is to take place at 1:30 p.m. with pre-game festivities to start at 1:15 p.m.

The Student Princes to go against the Capital University Crusaders.

The Heidelberg Marching Band, under the direction of Jonathan Waters, is planning special military-themed tributes during pre-game and halftime, including recognition of all branches of military. In addition, the University-Community Chorus is to perform.

The United Veterans Council also is to assist with pre-game and halftime festivities.

The Fox Den Alumni Center, located inside Hoernemann Stadium, is to be open throughout the game for all servicemen and women.

General admission is $5; $8 for reserved seating and can be purchased at Hoernemann Stadium ticket booths.

For more information, call (419) 448-2140 or email jgarvin@heidelberg.edu.

Board approves project financing

FREMONT — Terra State Community College Board of Trustees approved financing for several projects and initiatives during its October meeting.

A total of $1.64 million is to be invested in equipment, information technology and intercollegiate athletics. Within in the projects and initiatives, the college is to purchase two Fanuc M10 Robots, upgrade the information technology including replacing more than 900 personal computers, upgrade the campus network and rebuild the terra.edu website.

Renovation of the Terra State Student Activity Center also is included. The installation of hardwood floors, scoreboards and bleachers is planned to begin in August.

Locals elected to presidential roles at UF

FINDLAY — Student groups at the University of Findlay have elected presidents for the 2017-18 academic year.

There are nearly 100 active clubs, organizations, national honor societies and special interest groups.

Local students who have been elected to a president position include, Kayla Magrum of Tiffin, president of the Euler Math Club; Jacob King of Tiffin, president of the Public Relations Student Society of America; Daniel George of Tiffin, president of Role Set; Michayla Stallings of Attica, president of Sigma Kappa Sorority.

Upper Sandusky student joins club

ASHLAND — Danielle Wright of Upper Sandusky has been named a member of the philosophy club at Ashland University.

Wright is a 2012 graduate of Wynford High School.

Tiffin native named to student group

ASHLAND — Olivia Bosse of Tiffin has been named a member of the Student Dietetic Association of Ashland University.

Bosse is a 2016 graduate of Columbian High School.

UF students perform in band concert

FINDLAY — Members of the University of Findlay’s Marching Oiler Brass recently performed in a “Sounds of the Stadium” concert Oct. 29.

The concert featured stadium tunes performed on the field. Songs included music from “Pirates of the Caribbean.”

Local students who preformed in the concert included Jaclyn Kloepfer of Carey and Chad Mostoller of Upper Sandusky.

Local students earn scholarships

AMES, IOWA — The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Iowa State University has awarded more than 2,250 scholarships to students for the 2017-18 academic year.

Local students who have received scholarships include Katyann Graham of Fostoria, earned the Portia A. Goke Scholarship in Memory of Alvin W. Goke.

Perry promoted

Jason Perry of Tiffin has recently was promoted to associate director of the engineering division at Matrix Technologies Inc. in Maumee.

Perry joined Matrix in 2002 as an associate engineer. He has held positions of increasing responsibility, including engineer, project engineer, associate department manager, department manager and senior manager. He became a Matrix Technologies’ shareholder in 2013.

Perry is a registered professional engineer in Ohio and was a 2010 winner of Consulting-Specifying Engineer Magazine’s 40 Under 40 award.

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