The Press Newspaper
Steak roast to benefit new Playscape
The Playscape will offer area children the usual slides and swings in addition to interactive and educational sculptures to reflect the trees and animals located in the park.
The play structures are only part of the project that will also incorporate the surrounding landscape and connect to the recently renovated, historic shelter house next to the tennis courts.
BP-Husky has donated $25,000 toward the project and issued a challenge to the community: Raise another $25,000 and the company will match it. The chamber is responding to that challenge. Tickets for two steak dinners, two raffle entries, beer, wine and pop are $100. Prize payout for first is $3,000; for second, $2,000 and for third, $1,000.
Chio said items needed include crayons, markers, colored pencils, notebooks, pocket folders, glue sticks, pens, pencils, book bags, book covers, erasers and paper. The drive continues during regular business hours until August 24. Call 419-898-0821.
He is a graduate of Bowling Green State University with more than 22 years lending experience. He resides in Bowling Green where he is a member of First United Methodist Church.
She has more than 17 years of experience in the banking industry. She attended Heidelberg College, specializing in Business Administration.
Stalter is a member of the Maumee Chamber of Commerce. She resides in Whitehouse.
Auctioneers from across the world competed in the bid-calling contest and participated in educational seminars. Judges for the bid-calling contest represented all segments of the auction industry and traveled as far away as South Africa to choose the new champions to become ambassadors for the National Auctioneers Association.
Tanya Kerecz of Diversified Insurance of Elmore has been named the 2012 Outstanding Customer Service Representative of the Year by the National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research.
To qualify for this state honor, Kerecz submitted the winning essay on making her agency more competitive.
Nagle is a graduate of the University of Toledo with a bachelors’ degree in finance. His professional and community involvement includes serving on the boards for the Mercy St. Charles Hospital Foundation, the Ohio Trucking Association and the University of Toledo Intermodal Transportation Institute.
Uhler serves as president and CEO of TTL Associates Inc. in Toledo. He is a founding member of the Wood County Port Authority and a member of the Lucas County Improvement Corporation. Uhler earned a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the University of Toledo.
Other trustees are include Diana (Dee) Talmage, Ottawa Hills; H. Richard Rowe, Findlay; David Habegger, Oregon; Allan Libbe, Perrysburg; Dr. Ronald McMaster, Perrysburg; R J Molter, Woodville; and William Takacs, Toledo.