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Maumee Valley Save-A-Pet, a non-profit organization that provides shelter, spay/neuter services and veterinary care to dogs and cats throughout Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan in a faree-roaming shelter environment is seeking volunteers for a rummage sale scheduled for September 1 – 3.
Volunteers are needed to price and sort donations prior to the sale, to work the days of the sale and to make goods for the bake sale. They are also needed for clean-up Sept. 4-8. Call 419-537-9663 for more information.
There are more than 2,100 veterans buried in the Lake Township Cemetery and Jeff Pettit figures they each deserve a wreath this Christmas season.
“I was a volunteer guardian with Honor Flight of Northwest Ohio when I heard about Wreaths Across America and thought it was a neat tribute to veterans,” he said. “The first thing I had to do was get the cemetery registered.”
His goal now is to raise sufficient funding to cover all the veterans’ graves in the township cemetery with wreaths.
Oregon City Council on Monday will consider voting in support of the police department’s application for the Ohio Attorney General’s Drug Use Prevention Grant.
Police Chief Mike Navarre said the department applies for the grant annually.
The funds will be used to offset the salary of police officer Sara Shaw, a school resource officer, according to Navarre.
She is expected to receive $2,000 more than last year because her hours are expected to increase to 325 from 208 last year, said Navarre.
A public meeting to listen to the concerns of residents of the Woodmore School District will be held in the wake of last week’s loss of a levy renewal request.
Joe Liszak, president of the Woodmore school board, said Wednesday he’ll ask board members to schedule a regular meeting for an “evening with the board” to field questions from district residents about school finances, operations and other issues.
“We’ll simply listen to their questions on any topic they want to ask about,” he said. “It will be all public participation. We want to give them the opportunity to talk to this board.”
He actually cringes a little when he talks about it.
“I got reserve champion hog and I was showman of showmen multiple times at the county fair and I had the reserve champion carcass at the State Fair. The best pig I ever had was a Duroc. I won the class and went back for the re-weigh and was over by half a pound,” said Clayton Murphy. “I never had the champion.”
That, however, has not been the case since Murphy switched his focus from showing hogs to running track and cross country. Just since 2015, 21-year-old Murphy stood atop the podium numerous times as the 800-meter gold medalist at the Pan American Games, 2016 NCAA Indoor 800-meter champion, and the 2016 NCAA Outdoor 1,500-meter champion. Then, on July 4, the unassuming University of Akron student made some waves when he won the 800-meter race at the U.S. Olympic Trials.
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