Summer jobs for 500 Lucas County youths available
The Lucas County Commissioners have announced the allocation of $1.7 million from the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services for the 2013 Temporary Aid for Needy Families Summer Youth Employment Program.
Funds will pay $8.00 per hour to more than 500 eligible youth ages 16 to 24, who will work a maximum of 40 hours per week with various public and private sector employers around the county.
The Lucas County Workforce Development Agency has identified local employers eager to provide summer work experience for youth, matching them up with entry-level jobs at local organizations to provide valuable work experience, a source of income, and skills necessary for academic and professional success.
Registration for both eligible youth and interested employers is available online at www.thesourcenwo.com, or by calling 419-213-6340.
Registration is first-come, first-serve. Employment is scheduled to begin June 17 and continue through mid-August.
At the clubs
The Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce held a village wide clean-up last Saturday. More than 50 volunteers from the following groups participated: Oak Harbor Apple Festival Royalty Court; 5th, 6th, & 7th grade Middle School Students; Oak Harbor High School baseball team and the Oak Harbor High School football team.
Community Markets donated use of their trash bins, the Village of Oak Harbor donated trash bags, and National Bank of Ohio donated gloves.
Ernest Lewis will present a talk entitled The Easiest Personality Style Tool You Will Ever Use to members of the Eastern Maumee Bay Chamber of Commerce Tuesday, May 21, 7:30 a.m. at the Holiday Inn Express, 3154 Navarre in Oregon.
Lewis has been an executive coach and business consultant for more than 15 years. There’s no cost to attend. RSVP to Sarah at 419-693-5580.
The Eastern Maumee Bay Chamber of Commerce will host a business after hours Tuesday, May 14, 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Oregon office of the National Bank of Ohio, 4157 Navarre.
John “Jake” Jacobs III has joined Nationwide Insurance and will work out of the Aaron Grob agency in Oak Harbor.
Jacobs is a Waite graduate and resides in Oak Harbor. He is the former owner of PTL Yacht Sales LLC in Port Clinton and a transport business called Haul My Toys LLC.
Jacobs has his Ohio license to sell life, health, property and casualty insurance.
He coaches youth sports and volunteers at Shoreline Church in Oak Harbor.
On the boards
Charles E. Hablitzel on April 16 conducted his last annual shareholders meeting for Indebancorp, the holding company for the National Bank of Ohio. Following the meeting, he retired after seven years as president. He also retired from the board of the National Bank of Ohio after 34 years as a board member and seven years as chairman of the board.
Dean D. Davis was nominated as the new president of Indebancorp and chairman of the board of National Bank of Ohio.
Three directors were also elected. They are: John J. Caputo, Tom R. Helberg and Thomas M. Spangler. They will join current board members Dean D. Davis, James C. Dunn, Dennis R. Laub, and Gary P. Macko.
Helberg, an attorney and real estate investor in Sylvania, will also serve as director of National Bank of Ohio’s board of directors.
Elite Events has moved from Oregon to 1113 Adams Street in downtown Toledo.
The firm designs and coordinates weddings, social parties and corporate events. Elite Events offers many event detail items from customized stationary, event logos, floral arrangements, specialty table design and creative and innovative décor rental.
Nikki Wolfe founded the business in 2008. Kati McDougle is the event coordinator. They are Oregon residents.
The Annual Eastern Maumee Bay Chamber of Commerce Golf Classic will be held Thursday, June 20 at Eagle’s Landing. Call Sarah at 419-693-5580 for sponsorship and team registration information.
The Oregon/Northwood Rotary will host its annual golf scramble Friday, June 21 at Chippewa Golf Club. Go to www.clubrunner.ca/oregon-northwood.com
Dean D. Davis (left) was nominated as the new president of the holding company, Indebancorp and chairman of the board of National Bank of Ohio (NBOH) while Charles E. Hablitzel (right) retired after serving seven years as president and chairman.
Help after the fire
Marge Brown, board member of the East Toledo-Oregon Kiwanis Club, presents a $250 check to Peggy Fritz and Wendy Vail-Heskett of Vail Meadows to help re-build after a fire destroyed the horse barn.