Bouquets, July 12
Thanks for support
A sincere “thank you” to the Tiffin and Seneca County communities for supporting our June 28-29 Tiffin Glass Show and Sale. Collectors from 11 states and the United Kingdom joined local and area collectors for our 29th annual gathering.
Special thanks are extended to the staff of the Seneca County Opportunity Center, T.J. Willie’s restaurant and our great group of dealers and club members who gave generously of their time to assist us in making this a successful event. Proceeds from the show and sale benefit the Tiffin Glass Museum.
Door prizes were awarded to Dennis Wickert and Robert Oleson of Tiffin and William Hubbard of Collins. Winner of the raffle drawing for the black-handled cake plate with gold Deerwood etching was Donna Overholt of Tiffin.
We look foward to seeing everyone at our next show and sale in June 2015, when we will celebrate our 30th annual event.
Lyman Hemminger, show co-chairman,
Tiffin Glass Collectors Club
Dear friends of St. Mary,
We would like to thank you for making our 2014 June Festival a success. It takes many volunteers and countless hours of work to conduct the festival each year, and we appreciate everything you do for the parish. Your generous donation and commitment are sincerely appreciated. Without you, we could not continue to have this time-honored tradition.
Thanks, again, for you support.
Father Gary R. Walters, pastor, and the 2014 festival committee:
Kim Zahner, Mary Lou Traxler, Dana Scherger, Ruth Ludwig, Ed and Linda Kimmet and Tiffany Fry
Treatments save cat
June 14, our cat, Bruti, was injured from a fall. I took her to Animal Hospital and Rehab Center of Tiffin. After examination and X-rays, it was learned not only was her spine fractured, but she had a spinal cord injury leaving her right leg weak and dragging her left leg with her foot curled upward and tail drooping. After the excellent care and treatments from Dr. Bob McClung and staff (laser treatments, home Assisi pulse therapy treatments twice a day and medications), she has recovered by walking and climbing stairs, and her tail is upright.
Some vets would have put Bruti down and, until her injury, I was unaware of what we have right here. We are extremely fortunate to have a facility in Tiffin that has the latest and best treatments and care available.
How grateful we are to have this and not have to travel to Columbus or elsewhere. Dr. Bob is a very caring and compassionate person. even calling us on a Sunday to check on Bruti. Thank you for being there.
Ron and Charity Ames,