The Press Newspaper
Amy Sigler has always considered Mary Kay the “Cadillac” of skin care products and cosmetics. In college, she signed on as a part-time consultant, not only to make a little extra money but also to get her favorite products at a discount.
Now in her 12th year with Mary Kay, the Northwood woman was tickled pink when she recently picked up her new Cadillac SRX, earned for meeting company goals over a six-month period.
Members of the Youth Fellowship Group at Lindsey Trinity United Methodist Church plan to sleep in Lindsey Park Nov. 2 as part of the Appalachian Service Project Box Village.
The group will meet at the park at 7 p.m.
Members are doing odd jobs to raise funds to purchase their housing of boxes, sleeping bags and pillows, food, and related necessities.
Funds raised will also be used to pay for an ASP mission trip next June.
While they were building the Ottawa County Visitor’s Center on State Route 53, U.S. Representative Marcy Kaptur remembers a grain farmer who told her that a tourist center would never work there.
While speaking at Maumee Bay State Park, U.S. Representative Marcy Kaptur was asked what she thinks of the 2012 presidential campaign.
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