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Bad Company’s Brian Howe highlights Lucas Co. Fair
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 22 July 2010 12:51

The Lucas County Fair will be held July 27 through Aug. 1 at the Lucas County Fairgrounds, 1406 Key Street, Maumee.

As always, this year’s fair will offer plenty for everyone in the family to see and do.

Grounds entertainment going on daily includes:
• Chainsaw carving by Dennis Beach with shows at 3:30, 5:30, 7:30 and 9 p.m.

• DOC Swan Magic/Comedy Show at 2, 6, 7 and 8 p.m.

• Game Hype, an exciting, free-admission video game attraction open during fair hours.

• Junior Fair Saddle Horse Shows going on daily at the north end of the fairgrounds.

• Livestock shows and auction.

• Old Village Historic Re-enactment.

 
Northwood completes repairs to ball diamond
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Thursday, 22 July 2010 11:39

Northwood has completed repairs to a new baseball diamond in Brentwood Park that has been unused because of drainage problems.

The diamond is one of two that were built last fall.

The contractor, Ohio Excavating, had used a top layer of impervious blue clay on the diamond during its construction. As a result, the infield was repeatedly flooded after it rained.

The blue clay had been on site as part of the excavation of the adjacent Miracle League baseball diamond when it was constructed and was mixed with topsoil for the new diamond to save money.

Last week, Ohio Excavating trucked in stone to grade the infield, according to Administrator Pat Bacon, who has gone out to the park frequently to check the condition of the diamond.

“A trench was dug around the ball diamond, on the outside of the bases,” said Bacon. “They put in a drainage pipe, then put stones on top of that, then dirt on top of that.”

 
Fund established for Gibsonburg man’s children
Written by J. Patrick Eaken   
Thursday, 15 July 2010 15:04

Gibsonburg resident Nathan “Nate” Kern, 36, died from injuries he suffered when the roof collapsed July 7 at the

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Nate Kern

Fremont Company, a vegetable packing plant at 802 North Front Street in Fremont.

Contributions to the memory of Kern are to be made to the Nate Kern Family Memorial at any Fifth Third Bank branch office. Officials at the Fifth Third branch in Gibsonburg say the fund was established as a scholarship fund for Kern’s children, Raven and Daniel.

“Nate was a wonderful family provider and father,” states his obituary, provided to The Press by Herman-Kim-Veh Funeral Home in Gibsonburg.

“He enjoyed riding his Harley and spending time with family and friends in ‘Nate’s Garage Club.’ He also liked sports, especially the (Pittsburgh) Steelers and (New York) Yankees and shooting and starring in short films with his brothers,” the obit continues.

Kern was once a lifeguard at White Star Park, Gibsonburg. During that time, he met his wife Maria “Mary” Diaz. They were married in Fremont on Sept. 11, 1998.

 
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