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September 14, 2013

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BY ERIN COXStaff Writernews@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS — Katie Goergens of Delphosand 300 of her supporters will take a strollaround Oakwood today for the fifth annualOakwood Community Walk for Diabetes.Katie, 18, is one of more than 26 mil-lion diagnosed with diabetes and one of the 5 percent of those diagnosed withType 1. After being diagnosed just a littlemore than six months ago, her mom, LoriGoergens, wanted her to see that she wasnot the only person dealing with diabetes.“I wanted Katie to see she’s not aloneand that other people with diabetes can anddo lead a normal life,” Lori said. “I alsowanted her to go so she could be a rolemodel for the little kids and show them thatyou can be active and still play in sports.”Katie participates in volleyball, bas-ketball and track and has remained activethroughout the entire process of learningabout her diabetes.She first started to realize somethingwas wrong during a basketball game whenshe could not see the other side of thecourt. At first, she thought her vision hadchanged and she might need glasses butafter going to the eye doctor, still havingproblems seeing and reoccurring head-aches, Katie and her mom thought it had tobe something else.They also noticed Katie always seemedto be thirsty, which was a sign of high bloodsugar, but at the time, they did not know.After going to the doctor and gettingtests done, Lori received a phone callfrom the doctor’s office telling her to takeKatie to the emergency room right awaybecause her blood sugar was over 780.“I knew other people who were diabetic,so right away I knew what it meant,” Lorisaid. “It tore me up because I didn’t wanther to have to go through it.”Katie didn’t think it was a big deal.“It didn’t hit me because I didn’t reallyknow what it meant until I finally realizedhow much time it took me each day to doeverything I have to for it,” she said.Lori and Katie received a quick trainingfrom the hospital about how to take careof her diabetes but said it has really been alearning experience to figure out what Katieneeds to do to balance her meals and activi-ties to maintain a healthy blood sugar level.
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Bunge hosts second Ag Safety Day for students
EMT Intermediate Michael Friedrich, right, puts a neck brace on Dillon Shough while Shough lies on a backboardat the EMS Safety Station during Bunge’s Ag Safety Day Friday at Stadium Park. See more photos on page 10. A photogallery of this and other events can be found at delphosherald.com. (Delphos Herald/Nancy Spencer)BY NANCY SPENCERHerald Editornspencer@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS — It’s all aboutsafety.Bunge North America heldthe second Progressive Ag SafetyDay at Stadium Park Fridaywith several hundred second- andthird-graders and FFA membersfrom the Delphos Public andParochial schools.Students were treated to aK-9 demonstration to start theday and then moved through 10safety stations, including: GrainSafety, Electrical Safety, FarmEquipment Safety, Lawn MowerSafety, Parks and Rec, Fire Safety,First Aid Safety, EMS, FirearmsSafety and Water Safety.Event Coordinator RobAndrews, crush manager atBunge, said he was excited aboutthe participation.“This is a really good turn-out,” Andrews said. “When weheld the first one last year, we hada great response.”At the end of the day, fourbicycles were given away.Winners were Evelyn Mueller,W. Isaac Cross, Kayden Siyghand Jenna Mossing.Volunteers included per-sonnel from the DelphosPolice and Fire and Rescuedepartments, Delphos Parksand Rec and local businesses.
Spencerville PD offersfingerprinting forkids at Fall Festival
BY STEPHANIE GROVESStaff Writersgroves@delphosherald.com
SPENCERVILLE — The Chamber of Commerce is hold-ing its fourth annual Fall Festival this weekend at the SpencerTownship Park located on Wisher Drive.Today from noon until 5 p.m., the Spencerville PoliceDepartment will conduct a free DNA and fingerprint activityat the park shelterhouse for all kids from the surrounding com-munities.Police Chief Darin Cook said the kits are a way to providecomprehensive safety and identification information for childrenthat parents can take home and keep on hand for emergencies.“Along with the fingerprints, parents can attach a photo of the child, record their medical and physical attribute informa-tion — allergies, medications, birthmarks, hair color — andhave a sample of the child’s DNA swabbed,” Cook detailed.Cook recommends parents storing the kit with other impor-tant documents like wills and insurance policies. He also sug-gests updating the photo on the kit each year.“The more accurate, the better,” Cook detailed. “Just in caselaw enforcement needs the information for a missing child.”Cook said two officers and volunteers will be on location toguide parents and children through the process.Shell Station Owner Todd Kill said today’s events forthe Fall Festival, which is sponsored by The Chamber of Commerce, begins with a 5K run.Organizer Stacey Goecke said registration for the race willbe held at Spencerville High School at 9 a.m. and costs $25with the race starting at 10 a.m. T-shirts will be available withregistration on a first-come basis. At this time, 81 people haveregistered for the event. There will be door prize drawingswith 16 prizes given away. Proceeds from the event benefit theBearcat Strength and Training Center and the high school boysbasketball team.
Commissionersmoving office
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LIMA — The officesof the Allen County BoardCommissioners will relocatefrom the third floor of theAllen County Courthouseto the third floor of theCourt of Appeals Building,204 N. Main St., Lima, inlate October or November,according to a press release.The courthouse roof andclock tower are in need of repair and are leaking wateron the fourth floor of thecourthouse where the ProbateCourt offices and courtroomare located. The court willconduct its business on thethird floor of the courthousewhile the repairs being made.The move by the com-missioners is a permanentone and decreases the spacethe office now occupiesby 1,000 square feet. Thenew space is currently usedfor storage by the AllenCounty Prosecutor’s Office.It’s all part of a biggerplan, according to the release.“The relocations of the offices is the first of several deliberate andstrategic moves of countyoffices to allow for capitalimprovements and repairsand to make better, moreefficient use of county-owned real estate.”
More drug-related arrests made
Phillip L. Cross, Delphos1 count trafficking heroinCandy J. Brooks, Delphos1 count trafficking heroinNichole L. Keirns, Delphos3 counts trafficking in marijua-na within 1,000 feet of a schoolCatherine E. Wilson, Delphos1 count trafficking heroinMelony R. Sunday, formerly of Delphos2 counts trafficking in heroinBY NANCY SPENCERHerald Editornspencer@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS — Two Delphoswomen who were arrested on VanWert County Grand Jury indictmentslast week were again indicted dur-ing the Allen County Grand JurySeptember session Friday and arrest-ed through the efforts of the DelphosPolice Department and the WestCentral Ohio Crime Task Force.Candy J. Brooks, 49, and CatherineE. Wilson, 25, are both in custody,each on one count of trafficking her-oin. Brooks’ vehicle was also seizeddue to its alleged use in the commis-sion of drug sales in Allen County.Three other Delphos residentswere also indicted on drug-relatedcharges Friday, including Phillip L.Cross, 25, one count of trafficking inheroin; and Nichole L. Keirns, 26, forthree counts of trafficking in mari- juana within a 1,000 feet of a school.
See ARRESTS, page 10See FESTIVAL, page 10
Goergens to walktoday for diabetes
Katie GoergensSee WALK, page 10
Sunny todaywith highsin the upper60s. Mostlyclear tonightwith lowsin the mid40s. See page 2.
TODAY
Boys Soccer: Ottovilleat Sidney Lehman, 11a.m.; Cory-Rawson atLincolnview, 11 a.m.Girls Soccer: Crestview atLima Senior, 11 a.m.; Elida atSt. John’s, 1 p.m.; Bath at FortJennings, 1 p.m.; Lincolnviewat Coldwater, 1 p.m.; Cory-Rawson at Kalida, 1 p.m.Boys Golf: Jefferson,Ottoville, Fort Jennings,Spencerville, Kalida andColumbus Grove at DelphosCountry Club Invitational(St. John’s host), 8:30 a.m.;Elida in Tom Pickerel(Genoa Area) Invitationalat Maumee Bay, 10 a.m.Volleyball: Elida and USVat Bluffton, 10 a.m.; Kalida atCrestview tri-match, 10 a.m.Co-Ed Cross Country: St.John’s, Ottoville, Lincolnview,Spencerville, Elida, Kalida,Columbus Grove and VanWert at Ottawa-Glandorf Blue/Gold Invitational, 9 a.m.
Friday’s football scores:
Jefferson 48Bluffton 20St. John’s 38St. Henry 20Wapakoneta 42Elida 0Spencerville 41Allen East 19Ada 20Col. Grove 0
 
The DelphosHerald
Vol. 144 No. 66
Nancy Spencer, editorRay Geary, general managerDelphos Herald, Inc.Don Hemple, advertisingmanagerLori Goodwin Silette,
circulation managerThe Delphos Herald(USPS 1525 8000) is publisheddaily except Sundays, Tuesdaysand Holidays.The Delphos Herald is deliv-ered by carrier in Delphos for$1.48 per week. Same daydelivery outside of Delphos isdone through the post officefor Allen, Van Wert or PutnamCounties. Delivery outside of these counties is $110 per year.Entered in the post officein Delphos, Ohio 45833 asPeriodicals, postage paid atDelphos, Ohio. 405 North Main St.TELEPHONE 695-0015Office Hours8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.POSTMASTER:Send address changesto THE DELPHOS HERALD,405 N. Main St.Delphos, Ohio 45833
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WEATHER FORECASTTri-countyAssociated PressTODAY
: Sunny. Highs inthe upper 60s. East windsaround 5 mph shifting to thesouth in the afternoon.
TONIGHT
: Mostly clear.Lows in the mid 40s. Southwinds around 10 mph.
SUNDAY
: Partly cloudyin the morning. Then most-ly cloudy with a 30 percentchance of showers in theafternoon. Highs in the lower70s. Southwest winds around10 mph.
SUNDAY NIGHT
:Cloudy with a 50 percentchance of showers throughmidnight. Then partly cloudyafter midnight. Lows in thelower 50s. Northeast winds 5to 10 mph.
MONDAY THROUGHTUESDAY
: Mostly clear.Highs in the lower 70s. Lowsin the mid 40s.
TUESDAY NIGHT
:Mostly clear. Lows in thelower 50s.
Mildred T. “Mick”Pohl
July 21, 1928-Sept. 12, 2013
Mildred T. “Mick” Pohl,85, of Delphos, died at 3:25p.m. Thursday at St. Rita’sMedical Center.She was born July 21,1928, in Kalida, to Hermanand Anna (Kamphaus) Buss,who preceded her in death.She married Norbert Pohl,who also preceded her indeath.Survivors include threedaughters, Lenora (JamesC.) Kaska of Elizabeth City,N.C., Mary Jane (Gordon)Donnelly of Kenton andRosemary (Roger) Altmanof Findlay; seven grandchil-dren; 13 great-grandchildren;one great-great-grandchild;and a special nephew, August“Gus” Brinkman of Kalida.She was also precededin death by three brothers,Joseph, Harry and Leo Buss;seven sisters, Mary Kramer,Magdalena Schroeder,Veronica Drees, AgnesMeiering, Monica Weis,Rose Matthews and MarcellaGoedde; and a special friend,Robert Jones.She was the former ownerof the Short Stop.Mrs. Pohl was a memberof St. John the EvangelistCatholic Church.Mass of Christian burialwill be at 10 a.m. Mondayat St. John the EvangelistCatholic Church, with FatherSteve Schroeder officiating.Burial will be at ResurrectionCemetery.Visitation will be from 2-8p.m. Sunday at Harter andSchier Funeral Home. Therewill be a Parish Wake begin-ning at 7:30 p.m.Memorial contributionmay be made to DelphosSenior Citizen Center.To leave condolences forthe family, visit www. hart-erandschier.com.
Carol Mae Shobe
May 21, 1919-Sept. 13, 2013
Carol Mae Shobe, 94, of Delphos, died at 2:45 a.m.Friday in the Vancrest CareCenter in Delphos.She was born May 21, 1919,in Delphos, to Earl Wayne andHelen Carol Strohl Prine, whopreceded her in death.On March 31, 1938, shemarried Warren L. Shobe,who preceded her in death onMarch 8, 1993.She is survived by sixchildren, Maynard L. (Carol)Shobe of Delphos, ChesterL. (Glenda) Shobe of Ada,Sandra K. (James) Hirnof Spencerville, ThomasD. (Sharon) Shobe of Spencerville, Billy G. (Betty)Shobe of Delphos and PamelaL. (Michael) Carder of Delphos; 19 grandchildren; 32great-grandchildren; and 18great-great-grandchildren.She was preceded in deathby one grandchild and foursiblings, Rose Marie Seibert,Martha Alice Bendle, WayneE. Prine and Carl E. Prine.Mrs. Shobe was a home-maker, enjoyed crocheting,cooking and especially mak-ing noodles.She was a former memberof the Ida Rebekah Lodge #391and also the Northwest OhioField and Stream Association,both of Spencerville.Funeral services willbe at 10:30 a.m. Mondayin the Thomas E. Bayliff Funeral Home, with the Rev.Curtiss Randolph officiat-ing. Entombment will followin the Lima Memorial ParkMausoleum.Friends may call from 2-8p.m. Sunday at the funeralhome.Memorial contributionsmay be made to the AmericanCancer Society.Condolences may be sent totbayliff@woh.rr.com.Corn $4.59Wheat $6.12Soybeans $13.70A boy, Brayden Todd, wasborn Aug. 26 at St. Rita’sMedical Center to Amandaand Kyle Truman of Delphos.Grandparents are Garyand Donna Maas and Bill andRosanne “Cook” Truman of Delphos.ST. RITA’SA boy was born Sept. 12 toWhitney and Brian Clark of Delphos.At 9:15 p.m. Wednesday,Delphos Police were called to the700 block of Bank Street in refer-ence to a criminal damaging com-plaint at a residence in that area.Upon officers’ arrival, thevictim stated that someone hadcaused damage to the exterior of the residence.At 6:36 a.m. Thursday, policewere contacted by a resident of the 700 block of Euclid Street inreference to a subject known to thevictim violating a protection order.Upon officers’ meeting withthe victim, it was found the victimhad returned to the residence atwhich time the subject known toher entered her attached garageand attempted to make contactwith the her.Charges have been present-ed to the prosecutor’s office forreview and possible charges andwarrant issued on the subject.At 8:33 p.m. Tuesday, policewere called to the 500 block of South Main Street in reference toa breaking-and-entering complaintat a residence in that area.Upon officers’ arrival, thevictim stated that someone hadentered their garage and had takentwo air conditioners from inside.
ODOT releasesweekly road report
Information submitted
The following is a weeklyreport concerning construction andmaintenance work on state high-ways within the Ohio Departmentof Transportation District 1, whichincludes the counties of Allen,Defiance, Hancock, Hardin,Paulding, Putnam, Van Wert andWyandot. This report is issuedeach week beginning in April andcontinues through November.For the latest in statewide con-struction, visit www.ohgo.com.Please contact us at 419-999-6803with any information needs.
Construction andMaintenance ProjectsWeek of September 9, 2013I-75 Reconstruction Project
For the most recent informa-tion concerning the Interstate 75reconstruction project throughLima and Allen County, and thesafety upgrade of Ohio 117/309on Lima’s east side please visit:www.odotlima75.orgI-75 between Fourth Street andOhio 81 in Lima will have occa-sional nighttime lane restrictionsduring reconstruction of the exist-ing lanes of pavement, replace-ment of mainline bridges andreconstruction of the interchanges.Work began in March 2013 andwill continue through fall of 2015.Traffic is maintained two lanes ineach direction the majority of thetime. Lane restrictions generallyoccur from 7 p.m.-10 a.m. the fol-lowing morning.
Delphos St. John’sWeek of September 16-20
Monday: Popcorn chicken/roll, broccoli, romaine salad, pears,fresh fruit, milk.Tuesday: Coney dog/onions, carrots, romaine salad, peaches,fresh fruit, milk.Wednesday: Tenderloin sandwich, creamed rice, romaine salad,pineapple, fresh fruit, milk.Thursday: Pancakes and sausage, hash browns, romaine salad,orange juice, fresh fruit, milk.Friday: No school. Faculty inservice.—————
Delphos City Schools
Grab and go lunches are available every day and must beordered by 9 a.m.
Week of September 16-20
Monday: Cchicken fingers, bread and butter, green beans, fruit,milk.Tuesday: Turkey hot shot over potatoes, bread and butter, fruitcup, milk.Wednesday: Quesadilla, salsa and sour cream, romaien salad,fruit, milk.Thursday: Beef nachos w/cheese, breadstick, broccoli, fruit,milk.Friday: BBQ pork or deli sanwich, baby carrots, fruit, cookie,milk.—————
OttovilleWeek of September 16-20
Monday: Hot dog/chili dog, corn, romaine blend lettuce, pine-apple, milk.Tuesday: Chili soup with crackers, butter or peanut butter bread,carrot stix, applesauce cup, cookie, milk.Wednesday: Sausae link, tri tator, WG french toast stix, OJ,applesauce, milk.Thursday: Chicken patty, french fries, romaine blend lettuce,peaches, milk.Friday: Chicken fajita with cheese, lettuce and tomato, greenbeans, mandarine oranges, milk.—————
Fort Jennings Local Schools
Chocolate, white or strawberry milk served with all meals. Highschool - A la Carte pretzel and cheese every Friday. Additional fruitand vegetable daily for high school. Salad bar will be Wednesdayand pretzel and cheese on Fridays.
Week of September 16-20
Monday: Sloppy Jo sandwich, carrots, shape up, fruit.Tuesday: Spicy chicken strips, dinner roll, green beans, sherbet,fruit.Wednesday: Chicken gravy over mashed potatoes, peas, dinnerroll, fruit.Thursday: Spaghetti and meatsauce, breadstick, broccoli, fruit.Friday: Coney dog, baked beans, cookie, fruit.—————
Spencerville SchoolsWeek of September 16-20
Monday: Shredded chicken sandwich, steamed broccoli withcheese sauce, fresh veggie/carrots with dip, 100 percent juice, milk.Tuesday: Super nachos, salsa and sour cream, Mexican beanswith cheese, pears, milk.Wednesday: Grades K-4th: Cheese pizza, carrots and dip,applesauce, milk. Grades 5-12: Stuffed crust cheese pizza, greenbeans, carrots and dip, applesauce, milk.Thursday: Frenh toast, sausage pattie, smiley fries, apple slices,milk.Friday: Chicken and noodles, mashed potatoes/gravy, dinnerroll, fresh veggie and dip, applesauce, milk.—————
Lincolnview SchoolsWeek of September 16-20
Monday: Sloppy Joes/bun, peas, cherries, milk.Tuesday: Pepperoni pizza, salad/dressing, peach cobbler, appleslices, milk.Wednesday: Chicken nuggets, cauliflower/carrots/dip, breadand butter, pineapple, milk.Thursday: Fajitas/tortilla, refried beans, applesauce, tropicalfruit cup, milk.Friday: Shredded chicken/bun, roasted potatoes, grapes, milk.
One Year Ago
More than 500 people packed the entertainment tent in downtownDelphos Thursday evening for the 6th annual “Toast to the City.” Thisyear’s theme was “Little Town, BIG Country,” which lent to cowboyhats and boots galore. The evening opened with a buffet provided by11 area restaurants.
25 Years Ago – 1988
Discussing final plans for setup for “Firemen’s Fall Fest” atSpencerville were Greg Binkley, chairman of the street committee, andDan LaRochelle, chairman of Spencerville Youth Athletic Association.The annual event runs through midnight Saturday and is sponsored bythe Spencerville Invincible Fire Department.St. John’s knocked off Coldwater in Midwest Athletic Conferencevolleyball Tuesday 15-7, 11-15, 16-14. Betsy Wittler led the Jays going17 of 18 in serving with five aces. Lisa Sadler was 9 of 9 with two aces,Nikki Wellmann, 11 of 11, Anne Hohman, 12 of 15 with one ace, andDawn Geise, 5 of 5.
LOUTH, 
Dennis Lee, 69, of rural Spencerville, funeral ser-vices will be at 10 a.m. today at Church of Christ of AuglaizeCounty on St. Rt. 67 in Wapakoneta with Minister Patrick T.Powers officiating and military rites being conducted at thechurch by the Spencerville Veterans. Friends may call from9:30 a.m. today until services at the church. Memorials maybe made to the family. Thomas E. Bayliff Funeral Home inSpencerville is in charge of arrangements. Condolences maybe sent to tbayliff@woh.rr.com.
FRONK, 
Oleta Marie, 88, of Delphos, funeral serviceswill be at 11 a.m. Monday at Harter and Schier Funeral Home,the Rev. Harry Tolhurst officiating. Burial will take placeat Walnut Grove Cemetery. Visitation will be from 1-8 p.m.Sunday at Harter and Schier Funeral Home where an EasternStar service will follow at 8:15 p.m. Memorial contributionsmay be made to First United Presbyterian Church of Christ.To leave online condolences for the family, visit www.hart-erandschier.com.
STRAYER, 
William C. “Bill,” 83, of rural Elida, funeralservices will be at 1 p.m. today in the Zion United MethodistChurch, with Pastor Mark Fuerstenau officiating and burialto follow in the Hartford Cemetery. Friends may call afternoon today at the church. Memorials may be made to the ZionUnited Methodist Church of Spencerville EMS.
 
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CLEVELAND (AP) —These Ohio lotteries were drawnFriday:
Mega Millions
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Estimated jackpot: $317 million
Rolling Cash 5
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Pancake & SausageBreakfast only $6.00
Sat. Sept. 21, 7 to noon
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Delphos Optimist Club Meetings Friday, 7:30amat Mary’s A&W.New Members Welcome!
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AG clears Ohio campaignto expand Medicaid
COLUMBUS (AP) — Supporters of expanding Medicaid inOhio were cleared by state officials Friday to continue their fledglingeffort to put the issue before voters next year if state lawmakers failto act on the matter.The group Healthy Ohioans Work is leading the campaign thatcould put an expansion of the federal-state program on ballots inNovember 2014 but it must clear several more steps before voterscould weigh in.Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine on Friday said the group’spetition contained the necessary 1,000 valid signatures from Ohioregistered voters as well as a “fair and truthful” summary of the pro-posed constitutional amendment.The Ohio Ballot Board must now review the proposal in orderfor the advocates to continue their effort. Supporters must then gather115,574 valid signatures from registered voters. Once those are veri-fied, the General Assembly has four months to act on the proposedlaw. If legislators pass, amend or take no action, then a supplementalpetition may be circulated to get it before Ohio voters.
Van Wert Civic Theatreannounces new season
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VAN WERT — Van Wert Civic Theatreproudly announces its 2013-2014 sea-son, beginning with the classic LittleWomen, a musical version of the Marchsisters. This beautifully written piececaptures the tenderness and courage of Louisa May Alcott’s timeless story of family, friendship and mid-19th centuryAmerican life. Little Women will runfrom Sept. 26 - Oct. 5.The season continues Nov. 14-24 withMy Three Angels. Set in French Guianathe story follows three convicts employedto repair a roof. But an evil minded cous-in and his cold-blooded nephew cause theconvicts to redeem themselves as reallife angels.Jan. 16-26 brings the coming of ageparable Avenue Q. Its characters lamentthat as children, they were assured thatthey were “special” only to discover asadults that in the real world, their optionsare limited.Stephen King fans are in for a treat asMisery comes to the VWCT stage March13-23. Based on King’s best-sellingnovel, the show follows the main charac-ter, Paul Sheldon, who has the misfortuneof finding himself in the home of schizo-phrenic Annie who insists he rewrite hislatest novel to stay alive.The season closes in May with thecomedic Insane with Power. A big city journalist stumbles upon a hospital popu-lated with a unique group of quirkyinmates who imagine they are crimefighting superheroes! The show runs May1-20.Whether you love, comedy, drama,suspense or the classics, Van Wert CivicTheatre is here to provide high qual-ity community theater right in your ownbackyard. For more information or topurchase season tickets contact Ruth AnnBoley at 419-238-0404 or visit the web-site at vwct.org.
Rehearsals for the Van Wert Civic Theatreproduction of Little Women are well under-way. Pictured are Victoria Knapke, BellaChorvas and Tabitha Howell who will por-tray the March sisters. Seated is veteranactor Jewell Kurtz who will perform as thebeloved mother, Marmee. (Submitted photo)
VWCT audition notice
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VAN WERT — Auditionsfor “My Three Angels’ willbe held at the Van Wert CivicTheatre, 118 S. Race St., VanWert, at 7 p.m. Sept. 29 andSept. 30.The cast calls for sevenmen and three women. Formore information, contact JanMiller at 419-204-7246.
 Lima churchescelebrate heritage
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LIMA — Lima TrinityUnited Methodist Church mem-bers will be joined Sept. 25by representatives of St. Mark’sand Family of Faith UnitedMethodist churches to celebrate184 years of establishment inLima’s center with a covereddish dinner that evening at 6p.m. followed by a program.The program, with high-lighted remarks from the Rev.Mary Ann Tomlinson, St.Mark’s pastor; and the Rev.James Loescher, from Family of Faith, will offer familiar scenesof the church’s 184 years andits growth will be presented.Members will have an oppor-tunity to sing familiar hymnsof the time. Mrs. MarjoireHollinger and Mrs. LveraSprague are co-chairs.Trinity church has been atthe corner of West Market andSouth West streets since 1912and this year, is observing thecentennial anniversary of theedifice.Trinity is the first church tobe organized in Lima in 1829and will mark that bicentennialanniversary in 2029, 16 yearsfrom now.Trinity has been the motherchurch to Wesley church inthe southern end of Lima. Thischurch was followed by GraceUnited Methodist Church,which merged back with Trinityin 2008; St. Mark’s UnitedMethodist Church on the northside of Lima; and Family of Faith United Methodist Churchon East Market Street (formerlyEpworth), all mission focusedchurches.
Donations sought forYMCA rummage sale
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OTTAWA — The Putnam County YMCA will hold its thirdannual rummage sale from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 28. Donationsof household items, toys, sports equipment, furniture, officeitems, electronics, tools, baby items and anything else youwould like to donate, except clothes, are being accepted at theYMCA during regular operating hours. All proceeds from thissale will benefit YMCA youth programs. For more informa-tion or to donate items, contact the Putnam County YMCA at419-523-5233.
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