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Combine good food and drink with a roomful of guests, excited children and a pet or two and there are bound to be a few mishaps. Just in time for preparation for the holiday season, Consumer Reports offers tips on cleaning up household “goofs,” like removing lipstick from cloth napkins and wine on carpet and fabric.
The advice is based on laboratory testing, professional expertise and years of cleaning up in the magazine’s labs. • Oops: Spills on carpet or fabric. For wine: First blot with water. Next use a detergent solution of 1 teaspoon of a mild clear or white dishwashing liquid – no bleach – in 1 cup of warm water. For red wine, you can then dab with 3 percent-strength hydrogen peroxide. For soda: Blot with the detergent solution, then use a vinegar solution of one-third cup of white vinegar with two-thirds cup of water. Rinse with warm water. If a trace remains, dab with 3 percent-strength hydrogen peroxide.
The communities of Elmore, Genoa and Oak Harbor are offering an invitation to anyone who might otherwise be alone this Thanksgiving holiday or who might not be able to afford a holiday meal to come to the Woodmore High School Cafeteria, 633 Fremont St., Elmore, Nov. 26 between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Statistics show that current economic situation has been surprisingly dire in the six western townships of Ottawa County – Allen, Benton, Carroll, Clay, Harris, and Salem townships, where unemployment is around 17 percent.
The Thanksgiving event is organized and funded by the churches, civic organizations, local businesses, school groups, and private citizens of Western Ottawa County who will come together to cook and serve 500 holiday meals.
The menu will include turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing, green beans, rolls, homemade cranberry sauce and homemade pumpkin pie.
Burnsy’s Burgers and Brew, located at 2451 Woodville Rd. in Oregon, is part family-friendly eatery, part raucous sports bar, and part neighborhood hangout.
Since opening in February, Burnsy’s quickly became popular for its food as well as being known for its hospitality to sports fans with its 10 50-inch plasma TV’s.
“We have been pretty busy since we opened,” said Sandy Burns, general manager. “It has been busy since the beginning. The weekends are very busy. We have a nice crowd on Saturday, especially during Ohio State games. We are definitely a Buckeye bar.”
Located in the former Tom’s Restaurant, Burnsy’s is a full-service restaurant and bar.
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