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Lewandowski, Bossie

to speak at dinner

        Mark Wagoner, Chairman, Lucas County Republican Party, has announced that the 2019 Lincoln Day Dinner with guest speakers Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie will be held Wednesday, Feb. 27 at The Premier Banquet Complex, 4480 Heatherdowns Blvd. in Toledo.

        The evening, organized by the Lucas County Republican Women’s Club and Chaired by Dee Talmage, will start with a private reception with Lewandowski and Bossie from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Guests can view and bid the silent auction tables beginning at 6 p.m. The program and dinner begin at 7 p.m.

        Lewandowski served as the chief political adviser and campaign manager to President Donald Trump. He oversaw all aspects of the historic presidential campaign. Lewandowski latest book, “Trump’s Enemies,” will be available for purchase with complimentary signing.

        Bossie founded the advocacy group Citizens United and was the deputy campaign manager to President Trump. He was ranked as the number two in Politico’s Top-50 most influential people in American politics in 2015.

        “We are honored to have such high-profile and high-powered guests for our Lincoln Day Dinner,” said Wagoner said. “Mr. Lewandowski and Mr. Bossie will provide their first-hand experience in electing President Trump in the historic 2016 presidential campaign.”

        Reservations are required for the Lincoln Day Dinner. Tickets are $60 each or a $550 for a table of 10. There is an Individual VIP Ticket which includes a private reception for $150. Checks should be made payable to LCRP and mailed to 1306 Kittle Road, Holland, OH 43528.

        Online reservations can be made at LucasCountyRepublicanParty.org/lincoln-day

        Wagoner notes the LCRP is offering sponsorship opportunities. For questions or to purchase a sponsorship package, contact Barbara Orange, LCRP executive director, at exdir@lucascountyrepublicanparty.org or call 419-491-8GOP (8467).

Quilt guild meeting

        The Maumee Bay Country Quilt Guild’s March meeting will be held March 5 at 6:30 p.m. at Northwood Church of God, 3375 Curtice Rd., Northwood.

        Doors will open at 6 p.m.

        Visitors are welcome for a $10 fee, which may be applied to membership, if desired.

Genoa Career Day

        Genoa High School’s fifth annual Career Day will be held Thursday, Feb. 28 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

        Sponsored by the Genoa Academic Committee and Genoa FFA, the event allows students to explore various career opportunities through interaction with professionals from numerous fields and backgrounds.

        In the past, some students scheduled shadowing opportunities at the event.

        For more info about showcasing your career to students, contact Cherie Zurawski, G.A.C. president at 419-265-6366 or email GHSGAC@gmail.com.

Hunter safety class

        Ottawa County Conservation League, 20998 Moline Martin Rd., Martin, will present hunter safety classes Saturday, March 16 and Sunday, March 17 from 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

        The class is free; lunch is provided.

        Register at https://oh-web.s3licensing.com. The class number is 1000031215.

        For more info, call Tom Crawford at 419-392-1112 or email tomkac2@aol.com.

Location changed for

Millbury NW meeting

        Members of Millbury Neighborhood Watch will meet Wednesday, Feb. 20, at 7 p.m. at a new location.

        Meetings are normally conducted at St. Peter’s UCC Church in Millbury, but due to a small fire that recently occurred at the church, another meeting place was sought.

        “We reached out to Pastor Mark Kuhlman at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Millbury, and he was gracious enough to allow us to meet there,” said Ron Craig, Lake Township Police Department’s crime prevention and community policing officer.

        St. Paul’s is located at 1459 South St. (SR 795) in Millbury, near the intersection with Main Street.

        “We really appreciate having been able to meet at St. Peter’s, but until they are able to resolve the fire damage there, we will have to hold our February meeting elsewhere,” Craig said.

        For more details, call 419-481-6354.

Drugs, gun seized

        Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers filed felony drug charges against two Florida men after a traffic stop in Wood County. During the traffic stop, troopers seized more than four pounds of cocaine worth $84,000 and a loaded .380 handgun.

        On Feb. 5, at 3:43 p.m., troopers stopped a rented 2018 Ford F-150 with Florida registration for speeding and lane change violations on the Ohio Turnpike. Criminal indicators were observed and the driver was asked to exit the vehicle. During a consensual pat-down, a loaded .380 handgun was found on the driver. A search of the vehicle revealed the contraband.

        The driver, Nelson Lopez III, 21, and passenger, Nelson Lopez Jr., 41, both of Zephyrhills, Fla., were incarcerated in the Wood County Jail and charged with possession and trafficking in cocaine, both first-degree felonies.

        If convicted, each could face up to 22 years in prison and up to a $40,000 fine.

       

 

Universal Income

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