Brothers announce condo development at Eagles Landing
Rigg Builders announced last week the company would build 22 condos in Oregon on Wynn Road at Eagles Landing.
The zero-lot line units will be handicap-accessible, with wide hallways and no steps for senior living, according to Donna Best, the company’s marketing and sales associate. The condos feature 1,400 square-feet of living space, two-bedrooms, two full baths, a two-car garage and a covered porch. An association will take care of snow removal and lawn care, but condo owners will be responsible for other maintenance.
The units are priced are $144,900.
The Oregon construction company is owned by Brothers Mark and Joe Rigg. Go to riggbuilders.com or call 419-350-9493.
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To honor the service and sacrifice of American military men and women, TravelCenters of America will treat all veterans and active duty military to a complimentary meal on July 4 at any participating TA and Petro Stopping Centers sit-down restaurant across the U.S.
Independence Day meals can be enjoyed at more than 170 participating Iron Skillet, Country Pride and other full-service, home style restaurants within TA and Petro Stopping Centers.
Proof of service is required. The limit is $15. Proof of service includes: U.S. Uniform Services ID Card or Retired ID Card; Current Leave and Earnings Statement; Veterans Organization Card; Photograph in uniform; DD214; or Citation or Commendation.
GenoaBank recently raised $1,236 for this year’s Relay for Life of Ottawa County for the American Cancer Society.
Donations are earmarked to support ongoing research by the American Cancer Society for the treatment and prevention of cancer.
The National Bank of Ohio will host its annual Customer Appreciation Luncheon in honor of their 78th Anniversary June 29, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bank staff and board members will serve hot dogs, chips, refreshments and sweet treats at their offices in Oak Harbor, Curtice, Port Clinton and Oregon.
The Ottawa County Health Department recently honored five employees and board members for longtime service and dedication. Those honored included: Larry Sorrells, epidemiologist/emergency planner, Pete Spieldenner, board member, five years; Ward Otte, business manager, 10 years; Teresa Ashton, public health nurse, 15 years; Julie Wittman, administrative secretary, 20 years.
The honorees were recognized during an April meeting and each received a service pin. The health department has 26 employees.
The Eastern Maumee Bay Chamber of Commerce will host its annual golf classic Thursday, June 28 at Chippewa Golf Club.
The ProMedica Bay Park Hospital Pro-Am Golf Tournament will be held Monday, June 25 at Belmont Country Club. Shotgun start at 10 a.m. The Pro-Am Island Themed Dinner will be held Thursday, June 21 at 6 p.m. at One Seagate. Call 419-690-7700.