St. Francis Home receives grants
The Tiffin Charitable Foundation from The White Family Charitable Fund has awarded $2,111 in grant funding to St. Francis Home. These funds are to be used to purchase state mandated evacuation cribs for the Angel Academy Day Care and to implement a music and memory program for the nursing home residents.
Attica alumi to gather
Attica High School Class of 1968 is to have its 45th class reunion Friday and Saturday. Graduates of other classes are welcome. Special guests Saturday include Mr. Schneider, Mr. Brooks, Mr. Gaietto and their wives.
An informal gathering is at 11:30 a.m. Friday at Backroads Restaurant, the old Brownie's on US 4 in Attica. Notification appreciated.
The formal (doesn't mean attire) reunion is at 5:30 p.m. Saturday at Shellshucker's in Tiffin. Reservations are required.
For questions or reservations, call Denise Graham Zahn at (727) 204-4493 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put Attica Reunion in the subject line. Call Shellshucker's for room reservations at the hotel.
Library directors to meet
Tiffin-Seneca Public Library's Board of Directors is to meet at noon Tuesday in the junior home room.
Movie night sponsored by reading program
The teen department at Tiffin-Seneca Public Library is to continue their summer reading program with a "Monday Night Movie" 5 p.m. July 22 in the Frost Kalnow room.
Featured is to be the movie "A Monster in Paris." The movie is rated PG and runs 90 minutes.
The program is open to all ages, no registration is necessary and refreshments are to be provided along with door prizes.
Visit construction site at the library
The junior library at Tiffin-Seneca Public Library is to continue their summer reading program with "Family Time@ the Construction Site" 2 p.m. or 6:30 p.m. July 25 in the Frost Kalnow room.
The program is to feature story time and participants can visit different learning stations including construction play, making crafts and playing games.
The stations are geared towards ages 2-6, but all ages are welcome.
No registration is required.
Game time for teens at the library
The teen department at Tiffin-Seneca Public Library is to continure the teen summer reading program, "Beneath the Surface," with "Teen Game Time" 3-5 p.m. July 23.
Participants are to able to join in games including Deluxe Simon Sez, relays, Human Battleship, balloon badminton, and more.
Refresments are to be provided and door prizes also are available.
No registration necessary and the program is for teens entering sixth through twelfh grades only.
Mohawk building bids awarded
Building contracts have been awarded for the meeting room project at the Mohawk Community Library.
Clouse Construction of New Riegel was the low bidder as general contractor for the 2,360 square foot meeting room addition. Plumbing, HVAC and electrical contractors will be Clinger, Dundore and Sauber. Construction is anticipated to take four months to complete.
The meeting room will be used by the library for family movie nights, story time and activities for children, teens and adults. It is to be equipped with up-to-date technology to be used for a variety of library activities. A kitchenette, complete with refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker, can be used for refreshment at library and community events. Restrooms are included within the meeting room.
Regular library hours and activities are to continue with minimal interruptions during construction. Parking may be reduced to on-street only at various times.
NCOESC governors board to meet
MARION -The regular meeting of the North Central Ohio ESC Board of Governors is 7 p.m. Tuesday at the North Central Ohio Educational Service Center, Marion campus, 333 E. Center St., Marion.
AAA sponsors driving simulation for young drivers
AAA is bringing CinemaDrive to the Ohio Teen Institute Leadership Conference 7 p.m. Monday in Brennemann Musich Hall, 275 E. Perry St,.
CinemaDrive is a new interactive education program for young drivers. It is a 120-minute cinematic experience that enables hundres of young viewers to experience hazardous driving situations together.
Tiffin school supply drive
First Call For Help and Tiffin Community YMCA is to collaborate to off the School Supplies Program for the 2013-14 school year.
The program is open to students in grades K-8 residing in Tiffin and rural Seneca County, Fostoria City residents are not eligible.
Applications will be accepted at First Call For Help, 201 S. Washington St. Applicants should enter through the rear entrance.
The program is to begin July 15 and run through July 19. Applications are to be taken 9-11 a.m. and 2-4 p.m. Monday through Friday and 5-7 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday.
Proof of income for the past three months is required. Acceptable forms are current pay stubs, Social Security statements, W-2's, unemployment, child support print-outs or other statements from Job and Family Services.
Backpacks filled with supplies are to be then distributed 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Aug. 17.
Donations of school supplies can be made to First Call For Help or Tiffin Community YMCA.
To volunteer for the application process, assemble book bags, or help on distribution day, contact Christine Courtney program coordinator for First Call For Help, at (419) 448-4357.
Carey plant to sponsor school supply drive
CAREY - The residents of Carey can help "Stuff the Bus" with school supplies through July 31.
Anyone can drop of donations 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Carey Stoneco Plant, 1794 Co Hwy 99.
Parish and school welcome new priest
FOSTORIA - St. Wendelin Parish and Catholic School is to welcome Fr. Chris Mileski, ordained June 22.
Fr. Mileski attended St. Johseph Elementary and graduated from Calvert Catholic School in 2002. He attended Heidelberg University and studied at Saint Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology.
Fr. Mileski is to preside over some weekend masses and weekday masses. He also is to teach freshman religion.
Heidelberg announces trustees
At a meeting, Heidelberg Board of Trustees appointed Carol Cartwright, president emeritus of Bowling Green State University and Kent State University, and Richard Odell, a 1972 Heidelberg graduate, to the board for four-year terms effective July 1.
TU announces spring dean's list
Tiffin University has announced the 2013 spring semester deans list.
Local students include Tyler Crapo, James Schafer of Attica; Dustin Austin, Katharina Boyer, Bethani Burkhart, Thomas Mcpeak and Courtney Steinmetz, all of Bellevue; Shawn Davis, Lawarence Robinson, Robert Toy, Brittany Twigg and Tammy Waugaman, all of Bettsville; James Akers, Catherine Boorks and Mark Weisenauer, both of Bloomville; Lisa Jenne of Bradner; Nicholas Kerlin of Burgoon; Alex Acree and Daniel Cole, both of Carey; Jake Birkholz, Erica Cenkus, Cher Dinan, Wendy Lippert, Shelbi Meyer, Alyssa Millis, Ryan Myers, Jenna Myles and Dawn Stiger, all of Clyde; Joshua Clark, Melissa Fant, Greg Flores, Naomi Karr, Monica Murray, Jason Wagner and Timothy Weber, all of Fostoria; Amber Tackett and Brice Taylor, both of Green Springs; Olivia Frantz and Amy Gosche both of Kansas; Christopher Hammond of Mccutchenville; Casin Spero of New Riegel; Holly Huss, Elliott Lee, Damien Showman and Jarron Theis, all of Republic; Eric Sowers of Sycamore; Hasan Abdul Elah, Hussain Al Mosabeh, Mina Alewine, Omar Alfehri, Mohamed Alktebi, Sultan Alnafisah, Mohammed Naif Alotaibi, Mohammed Aloufi, Ibrahim Alsaiari, Yaseen Alsayed, Mohamed Alshomrani, Abdullah Alshuwikat, Mohamed Alsulami, Aaron Ardner, Nicole Ardner Christopher Baker, Carl Bishop, Eric Bishop, Brooklyn Boehler, Carli Bogard, Jonah Boyer, Andrew Rickner, Ashley Brodman, Eric Brown, Nicole Burck, Antoinette Carter, Theron Carter Tana Cenkus, Courtney Chapman, David Chimahusky, Monice Clagg, Matthew Clay, Lyndsey Colman, Christine Courtney, George Dosh, Kathi Elmore, Victoria Evans, Mark Ewald, Cory Fowler, Richard Fox, Chris Frederick, Jaycee Garrow, Michael Gibbons, Erin Gruss, Savannah Harner, Christopher Hafley, Colleen Higgins, Al'licia Hill, Maria Hoepf, Chelsea Houtz, Jeff Huffman, Noelle Huffman, Brett Huss, Sheldon James, Jennifer Jordan, Andrea Kauble, Malcom Keith, Mekenna Klaiss, Deker Kneeskern, Maureen Kurtz, Amber Lewis, Brianah Lewis, Kayla McClintock, Nicole Perkins, Jami Opp, Tyler Perry, Greg Phillips, Rachel Reamer, Fahad Salamn, Kelsey Santiago, Amanda Schetter, Seth Sholl, Nakisha Small, Aaron Smith, Kaitlyn Smith, Kirsten Smith, Russell Snyder, Merete Soeberg, Tonni Stearns, Kate Tiell, Zane Troup, Tyler Tyree, Benjamin Wagner, Rachel Wickahm, Maria Williams and Tori Yeast, all of Tiffin; Chelsea Bennett, Nancy Bower, Ryan Courtright, Lynzi Daughenbaugh, Kellee Hensley and Kaila Pollock, all of Upper Sandusky.
Graduates from Kent State
KENT -Kent State University has announced the 2013 graduates during their spring commencement ceremony in May.
Local graduates include Samuel Wagner of Bellevue, bachelor's degree of science; Timothy Stover of Bucyrus, master's degree of fine arts; Coreen Carter of Clyde, bachelor's degree of science in nursing; Nicholas Roope of Clyde, bachelor's degree of arts; Mitchell Dandurand of Fostoria, bachelor's degree of science; Shawnie Boyer of Tiffin, bachelor's degree of science in education; Jennifer Obringer of Tiffin, bachelor's degree of science; Joesph Reino of Tiffin, bachelor's degree of arts; Ashely Riehm of Tiffin, bachelor's degree of science; Boris Santillana of Tiffin, bachelor's degree of science; and Courtney Collins of Upper Sandusky, bachelor's degree of science.
Fostoria hosts mammogram event
FOSTORIA - ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital is to offer free breast cancer screenings to uninsured and under-insured patients 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. July 24 in the Donald and Judy Miller Diagnostic Center, entrance 1. The program is being funded through a grant from Northwest Ohio Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
The screenings are to include a clinical breast exam, screening mammogram, education, and follow-up support.
Additional events are set for Oct. 16 and Jan. 15.
For more information or an appointment, call (419) 436-6690.