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Board of Elections to meet July 31

Seneca County Board of Elections is to meet at 5:15 p.m. July 31 at its office, 71 S. Washington St., to discuss security measures, issues and candidate petition acceptance, GIS, pollworker training schedule and any other business that comes before the board.

Tiffin Community Foundation sponsors the Cherry Bombs

Tiffin Community Foundation, with a grant from The George W. Deinzer Fund, is to be sponsoring the Cherry Bombs 7-9 pm Thursday in Cherry Alley across from the Ritz Theatre.

Seating will be provided in the UIS parking lot next to the alley and UIS is to be serving cherry pie and ice-cream.

Playing a variety of rock and pop hits from the 70s, 80s, & 90s, the Cherry Bombs are an experienced and versatile band priding themselves on smooth harmonies, solid guitar riffs and driving bass line. Fronted by 2 female vocalists (including Tiffin’s own Director of Finance – Kathy Kaufman,) this six piece band is made up of two guitars, bass guitar, drums and keyboards.

CROSSWAEH board to meet

The CROSSWAEH Facility Governing Board and Judicial Advisory Board is to meet 1 p.m. Friday at the CROSSWAEH Facility.

Tiffin Community Health Center opens new office

After four years of operating out of rented spaces in Tiffin, Tiffin Community Health Center recently completed the renovation of 1344 W. Seneca Ave. and started offering services there July 1.

The facility houses primary care physicians covering pediatrics to geriatrics, a dentist office with pediatric care and counseling. An on-site pharmacy is to be open in five weeks.

Tiffin Community Health Center is a federally qualified health center operated by Health Partners of Western Ohio. The facility underwent a $2.2 million investment in renovations and equipment purchases. It is one of 18 such facilities in Northwest Ohio, and the sixth dental clinic operated by Health Partners of Western Ohio.

The center accepts all forms of insurance, Medicaid and Medicare and works with uninsured patients to provide services on a sliding fee scale. It primarily serves people living below 200 percent of the poverty level and works with patients to ensure their medical and mental health needs are being met.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call (419) 455-8140 or visit http://tiffin.hpwohio.org.

New pediatric dentistry to open in Tiffin this September

Dr. Daniela Cuadra has announced plans to open Cuadra Pediatric Dentistry in late September in Tiffin. She will start taking appointments at the beginning of September at her newly renovated office, at 486 Wentz St.

Cuadra Pediatric Dentistry welcomes infants, children, teens and children with special health care needs. Services include dental cleanings, fluoride treatments, baby exams, fenectomies (lingual ties), digital x-rays, dental sealants, restorative, space maintainers, minimal sedation with nitrous oxide, general anesthesia when necessary for advanced extensive dental needs, dental emergencies and dental trauma care. The office accepts all insurances and most Medicaid plans.

Cuadra has worked in Tiffin and most recently in practices in Northwest Ohio. She and her family moved to Ohio from Alabama in 2016 and she said it has been her dream to open a practice in Tiffin.

For more information, find Cuadra Pediatric Dentistry on Facebook. 

Dinner with ‘man’s best friend’

Have you ever wondered how “man’s best friend” is trained for police, military, fire and rescue?

Don’t miss this unforgettable K-9 experience presented by Fremont’s own, Brian Woods. Brian is an expert in training police and military K-9’s! He trains these highly specialized dogs all over the country! Brian has trained dogs to sniff out drugs, explosives and even people. These dogs are also used for protection and can take down an assailant on command! See just how amazing these K’9s are! See them in action and leave knowing how skilled “man’s best friend” can be!

This unique experience includes a BBQ chicken dinner from Jimmy G’s- of Fremont. Dessert is a dog bone cookie from Bella Cuisine and everyone receives their own dog dish as a souvenir.

All proceeds from this dinner and show will benefit The Humane Society of Sandusky County.

This event will take place at 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 6, 2019, at Lynnwood Kennels, 470 CR 97, Fremont. Seating is limited to 100. So get your tickets now! Cost for dinner, dog bone cookies, show and souvenir is $75 for couples and $50 for a single.

Tickets are available at The Humane Society of Sandusky, 1315 N River Road, Fremont. For more information, call (419) 334-4517.

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