Sunday announcements, March 24

TU to dedicate new experiential learning center

Tiffin University is to celebrate the dedication and ribbon cutting of the new Criminal Justice and Social Science Experiential Learning Center 3 p.m. Thursday, located at 114 Miami St.

A brief tour with equipment demonstrations is to follow the ribbon cutting and light refreshments is to be served.

TU to host international dinner

Tiffin University is to host the 28 annual International Dinner at 6 p.m. Saturday in the Heminger Center, with the theme of “Backpack Around the World.”

Tickets are $15 and children 10 years and under are free.

Today, TU celebrates 235 international students who represent 30 countries.

The dinner is to feature a variety of cuisines from across the globe.

Entertainment is to include acts from TU’s Music Department, a fashion show, photo booth, cultural activities and performances.

TU musical group on XM Radio

Tiffin University’s a cappella group Up in the Air and director Brad Rees have been touring during spring break, giving 14 performances in Indiana, Ohio, Virginia and Washington, D.C.

Among them was a visit to the SiriusXM studios.

Up in the Air visited the XM Live Performance Studio to record a session engineered by Jack MacInnis, XM’s senior director of broadcast operations.

Up in the Air members are Darla Arnett (music major, Toledo), Quinn Gray (criminal justice major, Westerville), Payton Hulsinger (music major, Cleveland), Logan Jackson (music/marketing major, Sandusky), Eli Johncox (exercise science major, Richwood), Mishele Matlock (music major, Ashtabula), Layla Pollock (psychology major, Detroit), Jayla Warren (music major, Atlanta).

The group is preparing to host the global sensation Accent for the inaugural Accent Vocal Festival in Tiffin April 11-13.

New Reigel student presents artwork

FINDLAY – Kara Scherger of New Riegel now has artwork on display in the University of Findlay’s senior art exhibition.

New Washington native named to OCMEA

ASHLAND – Jenna Niedermier of New Washington has been named a member of the Ohio Collegiate Music Education Association at Ashland University.

Niedermier is a 2018 graduate of Buckeye Central High School.

OF accepting open enrollment applications

OLD FORT – Old Fort Local School District is accepting inter-district open enrollment applications from the 2019-2020 school year starting April 1 through May 1.

Applications are available online only this year and can be accessed through the Old Fort Local School District website.

Author to discuss upcoming book on World War II’s Manhattan Project

FREMONT — An author is to discuss her soon-to-be published book about the Manhattan Project that led to the world’s first nuclear weapons Thursday at the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums.

Connie Glass is to share information from the upcoming “From Manhattan Project to Arms Control,” at 7 p.m. in the museum auditorium. Admission is free.

Glass’ book discusses his life and work.

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Fish fry dinners

The St. Aloysius K of C is hosting two fish fry dinners Friday and April 12 at 5:30 at the Republic Town Hall. The menu also features au gratin potatoes, green beans, a roll, a beverage and a dessert. Proceeds will support youth causes and other needs of those in the Republic area.