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Terra registration under way
“The number of applications for incoming students is up by double digits, so those who plan to attend next fall should register soon to get the best class selection,” said Mary Mc Cue, director of marketing and auxiliary services. “Students can receive advising and register for classes now without paying the tuition right now.” Students already enrolled at Terra are encouraged to register online using the student portal at my.terra.edu.
Fall classes at Terra begin August 24. Schedules are online at www.terra.edu or hard copies are available on campus.
Now is also a good time for students to complete their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This procedure must be followed for students to put themselves in line for grants, scholarships or loans.
Visit www.fafsa.ed.gov and click, “Fill Out Your FAFSA” or call 419-559-2344 to ask about upcoming FAFSA workshops.
For more information, contact Admissions and Enrollment Services at 866-AT-TERRA, ext. 2349.
A special workshop and activities will also be provided for kids in pre-school through grade six.
The event is free and open to the community. Each workshop will be offered twice during the morning. Participants will be able to attend up to three sessions. Refreshments will be available throughout the morning.
A call-in pre-registration is requested, but not required. The first 50 pre-registrants will receive a gift bag donated by local businesses. Pre-register by calling the church office at 419-862-3630. On-site registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. the day of the event.
Sponsors for the event include Grace Church, Bench’s Greenhouse, Woodville Hardware, Ottawa County Extension Service, OSS Solid Waste District, Meijer and Pills-n-Packages.
Fegley suffers from HLH, a rare and life-threatening blood disorder. He has been in treatment at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital most of this school year.
The breakfast, which will be held from 7 to 10 a.m., will include Tank’s famous sausage and bacon, scrambled eggs, juice, milk, coffee and all the pancakes one can eat. The requested donation is $3 per person, although larger gifts will be gratefully accepted.
A wide variety of native grasses and wildflowers will be available, including cardinal flower, columbine, black-eyed Susan, Ohio spiderwort and more. There will also be a limited variety of vegetables for sale.
Plants will be available on a first-come, first-served basis only. For more information, call 419-661-5113.
For more information, call 419-734-7074.
Maj. Gen. Wayt will discuss today’s military mission and its impact on military families, as well as ways community members can use their talents, skills and experience to support service members and their families. Town Hall events are facilitated by the Ohio National Guard Family Readiness and Service Member Support Program. For more information, contact Mike Magnusson at 614-336-7319.
WSOS offers a variety of programs in Ottawa County, depending on the needs of the family. Children may be placed in any of the following options:
Program sites in Ottawa County include Elmore, Genoa and Port Clinton. For more information or to enroll a preschooler, contact the Elmore center at 419-862-2279; the Genoa center at 419-855-3931; the Port Clinton center at 419-734-1452, or the Port Clinton office at 419-734-2652.
Sandusky County Sheriff Kyle A. Overmyer and WSOS teacher Jacqueline P. Smith-Andrzejewski will deliver the keynote addresses at the event, which begins at 7 p.m. in the Student Activities Center.
About 228 students have earned associate degrees this spring while 78 have earned certificates. All are eligible to participate in the commencement ceremony on May 8. Paul Fisher, a member of the Class of 2009, will be the graduate speaker.
Locally, an inspection will be offered May 17 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Anchor Point (Lucas County Ramp). For more information, call the Maumee Bay Watercraft Office at 419-836-6003.
The commencement will begin at 7 p.m. in the Student Health and Activities Center on the College’s Toledo-area Campus.
Matthew A. Szollosi, state representative for the 49th District and currently serving his second term in the Ohio House of Representatives, will serve as the keynote speaker for the ceremony, which is free and open to the community.
Rep. Szollosi, of Oregon, serves a portion of Toledo, Harborview Village, Jerusalem Township, the city of Oregon and Washington Township.
Laura Drouard, a registered nursing program student from Rossford, has been selected as the Owens class representative and will address the graduates during the commencement ceremony.
The event is free for all senior citizens residing in Northwood. An invitation has been sent to residents who regularly attend the monthly senior citizen meetings held in the Josie Reinhart Community Room in the city building. Seniors wishing to attend may call Judy Myers at 419-691-3888 to make a reservation.
Special guests planning to attend the luncheon include state representatives, board members from Northwood Schools and the Wood County Educational Service Center, representatives from the City of Northwood and the Wood County Commissioners.
The celebration will be held at the school and in the church basement on Saturday May 30 after Saturday afternoon Mass.
Those attending are asked to bring a side dish or dessert along with old photos and memories to share. RSVP to the school at 419-691-5376.
Lucas County Treasurer Wade Kapszukiewicz will give the welcoming remarks.
Reservations are not required, but seating is limited. Reserve space by calling 419-418-6677.
“The key to addressing a situation where foreclosure might be on the horizon is to seek help early,” said Linda Ewing, vice president, Community Affairs, Fifth Third Bank (Northwestern Ohio). “Waiting is the worst thing a borrower can do. Speaking with your lender before the situation gets out of hand is the best approach.”
Attendees will hear about “loss mitigation” from Fifth Third Bank and learn what the lender requires to consider a mortgage loan for a workout plan. Several organizations will be on hand to explain services that are available to stop foreclosures including Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Inc. (ABLE), Empowering & Strengthening Ohio’s People (ESOP), Fair Housing Center & Northwestern Ohio Development Agency (NODA), Consumer Credit Counseling Service (CCCS),