Tiffin proclaimed ‘nonviolent city’
Pace e Bene’s Campaign Nonviolence, through its Nonviolent Cities Project, has proclaimed Tiffin as a “nonviolent city” effective Sept. 1.
Manufacturing showcase planned
Seneca Department of Job and Family Services/OhioMeansJobs again is to ...
Next Habitat house to start construction
June saw the completion of the 50th home built by Seneca Habitat of Humanity. The recently completed home was part of the summer homes tour June 24.
Habitat is to begin construction on the next home at 276 Third Ave. in August. Those interested in ...
Species royalty selected
Species royalty are reigning over departments at Seneca County Fair, to open Monday.
The horse queen is Lauren Suter, daughter of Steve and Cindy Suter, and the princess is Jordyn Humbert, daughter of Aaron and Joline Humbert.
The dairy king is Ryan Miller, son of ...
P.L.A.Y. Days scheduled
Summer P.L.A.Y. Days are to take place 1-2 p.m. Friday at Beechwood Park, located on Beechwood Drive.
The event features Planned Leisure Activities for Youth and is sponsored by Tiffin Park and Recreation.
Organized games, crafts and activities will be ...
Have an ‘American Girl’ experience
The “Becoming an American Girl” program is 2-4 p.m. Monday and July 16 at Garlo Heritage Nature Preserve, 6777 SR 19, Bloomville.
Attendees read a chapter from one of the American Girl Book series and then reenact the activity.
To register, call ...
BCA in need of bus driver
Bridges Community Academy is in need of a bus driver for the 2018-19 academic year.
A driver would be needed for no more than three hours per day and some field trips at $17 per hour.
For more information, contact Cathy Smith at (419) 455-9295 or email ...
Seneca County students graduate from Ohio Northern
ADA - Ohio Northern University has announced the students who have earned degrees from Seneca County.
Students earning degrees include Megan Brown, Ryan Depinet, Braden Kuhn, Kassandra Shaver and Maison Steyer.
ONU announces dean's list ...
Lions Club names scholarship winners
Bloomville Lions have announced winners of the Jim Newlove and Evelyn and Jerry Lutz Memorial Scholarships.
Three $750 scholarships were given to Elayna Kapelka, who plans to attend Kent State University and is pursing an exploratory track in health and ...
Fort Seneca Bible school Monday
FORT SENECA — Dinosaur Tracks Vacation Bible School is 10 a.m.-noon Monday at Fort Seneca Community Church, 5166 SR 53.
This is the first in a series of three vacation Bible school mini parties for children ages 4 through sixth grade.
Children are to dig ...
Local band to perform at MCL
SYCAMORE - Kicking off Mohawk Community Library's summer reading programming, local country recording artist Eric Sowers is to perform at 6 p.m. Monday at the library, 200 S. Sycamore Ave.
Sowers, a native of Sycamore, is to share his musical journey and ...
Findlay Pride Picnic planned
FINDLAY — To kick off pride month, LGBTQ+ Spectrum of Findlay’s annual Findlay Pride Picnic is noon-4 p.m. Saturday at Riverside Park, 231 McManness Ave. Spectrum is to provide the meat, but attendees are asked to bring a side dish, desserts or appetizers to ...
MCL announces new fiction titles
SYCAMORE - Mohawk Community library has announced the release of new adult fiction titles into its circulation.
Titles include "By Invitation Only" by Dorthea Benta Frank, "The Cast" by Danielle Steele, "To the Moon and Back" by Karen Kingsbury, "The 49th ...
YMCA CEO award presented to Crone
Steve Crone recently was presented with the CEO of the Year Award during the Ohio YMCA Leadership Awards.
Crone is president and CEO of the Tiffin Community YMCA and CEO of Bucyrus Area YMCA.
During his time, Crone took on a capital campaign with a ...
MCL announces new fiction titles
SYCAMORE - Mohawk Community Library announced the release of new adult fiction titles to be introduced into circulation.
Titles include, "Falling for You" by Becky Wade, "Honeysuckle Dreams" by Denise Hunter, "Storm Front" by Susan May Warren, "Love and ...
Girl Scout volunteers recognized
MACEDONIA - Girl Scouts of North East Ohio recognized 87 of its 11,000 adult members at an award ceremony April 21.
Crystal Duffy, of Tiffin, was recognized, and earned an Appreciation Pin.
Each spring, GSNEO honors adults who were nominated by their peers ...
Local group to sell geraniums
New Riegel Right to Life geranium sale is 9 a.m.-6 p.m. May 4 and 9 a.m.-noon May 5 at 38 N. Perry St., New Riegel.
Colors include red, white, pink, fuchsia and salmon.
Pre-orders are requested at (419) 595-2793 to reserve orders.
Learn about herbs at T-SPL ...
Luncheon planned for former GE employees
The annual luncheon for former Tiffin General Electric employees is to be at noon May 5 at Seneca County VFW Post 2858, 345 N. TR 91 (Nelson Street).
The cost is $13 and payment is required along with a reservation by April 28 to: Paula Daughenbaugh, ...
Fundraiser planned for Project Lifesaver
Seneca County Lions clubs are to host a super raffle and dinner fundraiser April 7 at Camden Falls Reception and Conference Center, 2460 SR 231, to support Project Lifesaver. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and serving starts at 6 p.m.
Tickets are $25 per ...
Agricultural Hall of Recognition
Nominations are being sought for farmers or other agriculture-related professionals for the Seneca County Agricultural Hall of Recognition.
Recipients for this award must have made a major contribution to agriculture in Seneca County and ...
NCA board to meet
North Central Academy Board is to meet at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday at North Central Ohio Educational Service Center, 928 W. Market St.
NCOESC board cancels meeting
The March meeting of North Central Ohio Educational Service Center Board of Governors scheduled for Tuesday has ...