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Landmarks featured in full-color cotton throw
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Monday, 07 December 2009 10:31

The Ottawa Soil and Water Conservation District is offering full-color cotton

Artist Laurene Giesler (left) with Ottawa Soil and
Water Conservation District Board Chairman,
Rich Thorbahn.

throws featuring the artwork of Laurene Giesler, of Elmore.

The 60-inch by 70-inch throw features images of the Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge, the Marblehead Lighthouse, Ottawa County Bicentennial Barn, a bald eagle and an agricultural scene. The cost is $50. Money raised from the sale of the throws will support various district programs.

For more information, call 419-898-1595 or visit the district office at 240 W. Lake St., Oak Harbor.


Board members retire
Nancy Haynes and Burk Tischler were honored for 12 years each of service at the Nov. 23 meeting of the Sandusky County Board of Developmental Disabilities. The board oversees the School of Hope and Sandco Industries.

Haynes is the grandparent of a School of Hope student and served as secretary for the Board. Tischler has served as president of the board for eight years.

 
Photos on display
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Wednesday, 25 November 2009 15:11

Winning images from a competition that challenged photographers to capture the essence of Lake Erie life are on display at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus. They provide snapshots of one of Ohio's most valuable and dynamic natural features, Lake Erie.

Thirteen images that portray sustainable use, development and protection of Ohio's Lake Erie coastal resources received top honors for the 2009 Life on Lake Erie amateur photography contest. The photos incorporate shoreline landscapes, wildlife, plants and people enjoying various coastal activities. Among the works on display through Jan. 4, 2010 are works by Dena Kraft, of Oregon; Maggi Dandar, of Curtice (winning twice); and John K. Spears, of Oregon. In 2010, the images will appear at prime Ohio shoreline locations throughout the year, including in May and June at the Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge in Oak Harbor; July and August 2010 at the Lake Erie Shores & Islands Welcome Center in Port Clinton; September and October (to be announced) and November and December at One Maritime Plaza in Toledo.

 
Local veteran honored
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Monday, 23 November 2009 09:38

Ted Jenkins, long-time resident of Oregon, was recently inducted into the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame in Columbus. He served on the Oregon School Board, retired from LOF in senior management and served in many volunteer positions.

Jenkins has long been associated with the Mercy Health Partners, having served as a former chair of that board. He has been active in the Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services Board, now serving as a director.

A graduate of Bowling Green State University, he served on the Alumni Board and the BGSU Foundation Board. He has also served on the boards of the Toledo Area Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts of America, the Toledo Area YMCA and the United Way.

Retiring as a Colonel after 43 years of active and reserve duty, Jenkins was commissioned from the ranks while serving as a sergeant during the Korean War.

 
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