Briefly, May 22

Steam engine

chugging in area

FOSTORIA – Train lovers who want another chance to view the NKP 765 steam locomotive can do so on its return trip to Ft. Wayne. It is expected to pass through Fostoria between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. Thursday.

Viewers are reminded of the two closed crossings, and they are urged to remain a safe distance from the tracks.

Collectible cars coming to town

Bailiwicks Coffee Co. is hosting “Cars and Coffee” 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Saturday at 62 S. Washington St. This is an informal gathering of collectible cars.

For more information, visit or call Chuck at (419) 618-3855.

Nazarene church to stage car show

First Church of the Nazarene is taking registrations for “Cruz’In For Christ” Saturday at the church, 777 E. TR 201.

Registration is 8:30-10 a.m. and the show runs 9 a.m.-3 p.m. The show is open to cars, trucks, motorcycles and antique tractors. Registration is $10 the day of the show or $5 in advance.

Register at Awards and door prizes are planned, and children can participate in a coloring contest, games and inflatables by Jumpers Wild.

Glass museum

gets spot on TV

Ruth Hemminger, director of Tiffin Glass Museum, reported Cleveland’s Fox News 8 recently visited the museum to videotape a segment for a June 3 program.

It can be seen on Cleveland Fox Channel 8 during the 10 p.m. newscast.

Seniors seminar offered May 30

St. Francis Senior Ministries is to host an educational seminar at 10 a.m. May 30. The program is on the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program, with the speaker being Kathi Cutlip-Mills from the Area Agency on Aging.

The free seminar is to take place at the Friedman Village Activity Center, 143 St. Francis Ave., and refreshments are to be provided.

Call Kellie at (419) 443-1540 to reserve a seat.

Shooting victims’ kin suing charity

CHARDON (AP) – Relatives of three teenagers killed in a school shooting are suing a charity that maintains a fund set up to benefit the families and support the well-being of students and others in the affected community.

The lawsuit filed Tuesday against United Way stated more than $950,000 has been donated to the Chardon Healing Fund since the Chardon High School shooting last year. The suit states the families have received less than $150,000 and have had some requests for funding denied.

The suit against United Way of Greater Cleveland and the United Way of Geauga County alleges the trust hasn’t been properly administered.

A spokeswoman said United Way planned to make a statement.

A teenager was sentenced to life in prison for the shootings and has appealed.