Tuesday, July 29, 2014
 
  • Brookhill Center and Industries chose an undersea theme for the facility's 2014 prom. 
  • Take a look at images from the 2014 high school prom season in Putnam County. 
  • This year’s World Day of Prayer service is on Friday, March 7, at 11:30 a.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church in Ottawa.  
  • OTTAWA - Ottawa Lions Club will host a Chicken BBQ and proceeds will go to the Ottawa Tigersharks Swim Team and Lions' Sight Projects.

    The event is set for July 2 at the Ottawa Memorial Pool from 4:30 until 6:30 p.m. Cost is $7 each. Carry out only. Tickets are available from Lions Club members, Tigershark swim team, Beckman Jewelers, and Schroeder & Co. CPAs. 
  • OTTAWA - Pandora-Gilboa food stand is ready to serve up some delicious homemade food for you at the Putnam County Fair. Yes, the fair is just around the corner. 
  • GLANDORF - The young adults of Glandorf St. John's parish are sponsoring a class to be held in the Undercroft at St. John's that will focus on the Christian message of Theology of the Body. Discussions will cover topics of chastity, human sexuality, courtship and marriage through presentation and informal open discussion over a five-week period.

    Classes will begin Tuesday, July 1 from 7:30-8:30 p.m., and run every Tuesday through July.

    Though their message is geared toward high school students and young adults, anyone interested in taking part in these discussions is encouraged to attend.

    For questions or for more information, call Megan Burwell at 419-615-8589.

     
  • FORT JENNINGS - Have you ever wondered what it was really like to leave your homeland in the 1800's and sail for America?

    H. J. Boehmer gave us a first-hand account of his impressions and experiences in letters he wrote to his family in Germany after his arrival in America.

    Henry Joseph Boehmer was born in Vechta, Oldenburg, Germany on Nov. 17, 1807. Following graduation from the Norman School in Munster, in Westphalia, he taught school in Steinfeld and Oldenburg. 
  • PANDORA - The Toney Brothers will perform Southern-style Gospel Singing at its best at Pandora Missionary Church this weekend.

    The church is located on St. Rt. 12, and the concert will take place beginning at 7 p.m., Sunday, June 15 (Father's Day).

    This concert is free and open to the public.

    A free-will offering will be received.

     
  • LEIPSIC - A meeting on the "Safe Routes for School" program presented by Ohio Department of Ohio Transportation has been scheduled.

    Speaker Kirk Slusher will be presenter at the meeting set for Monday at 6:30 p.m., at the Leipsic Village Hall.

    Safe Routes for School is a national program with the initiative to reduce the number of children who are killed while walking and bicycling to school.

    For more information, call 419-943-2654. 
  • NEW CLEVELAND - Miles Christi will be having the June Evening of Recollection June 22 at Holy Family Catholic Church.

    The start time will be around 6:30 p.m. and closing with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament take place at 8:30 p.m.

    The evening will include praying the most Holy Rosary and two spiritual talks, and confessions will be heard throughout the evening.

    The evening will close with a social gathering with refreshments provided. 
  • FORT?JENNINGS - The Fort Jennings High School Varsity and JV Cheerleaders held a mini cheer camp for grades K-5 on June 2 and 4. 
  • FORT JENNINGS - Fort Jennings High school class of 1953 will celebrate its 55th class reunion July 19. 
  • OTTAWA - The Putnam County YMCA is holding several summer camps. 

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