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Monday, March 2, 2015

Paulding County Progress-Weekly Reminder - 1

THE WEEKLYREMINDER

PRESORTED
STANDARD
US POSTAGE
PAID

POSTAL
PATRON

PAULDING, OHIO
45879
PERMIT #12

419-399-4015
Classifieds get the job done! Buy Sell Trade Rent Hire

P.O. Box 180

PAULDING, OHIO

45879

ECRWSS

Serving the Paulding Area for over 22 Years

Domestic & Foreign Repair


Computerized Diagnostic
Transmissions
Suspensions
Electrical
Brakes
Oil Changes

OIL CHANGES $12.95

Our Price Match


Guarantee

Engines

Up to 5 quarts with filter. Excludes diesels, synthetic and dexos oils.


$15 discount on all excluded oil changes.

We Will Match Or Beat Any


Competitive Service Departments
|Total Repair Price!*

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Get Yo y
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Car Re
for
!
Winter

TRANSMISSION FLUSH
$

*Includes all shop fees on any repair of GM vehicles. Customer must present in writing to Paulding
Stykemain Chevrolet a complete estimate of the
repair including all part numbers and total labor
hours in advance of the customer giving Stykemain
authorization for repairs.

Monday-Friday 9-5; Saturday 8-12

We Sell New Tires (most major brands)


We Stock Trailer Tires
BIG Selection of Used Tires in Stock!

419-399-3077
621 Flatrock Drive, Paulding
albertautomotive93@yahoo.com

We mount and balance motorcycle, ATV and lawn & garden tires

NEW - We now service & reprogram all


makes and models of tire pressure
monitoring systems.

99.95

15 qt. flush using Dexron VI transmission fluid

FRONT END ALIGNMENT


$

FREE
Lifetime
ny
es with a
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w
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sed
New or U
s!
purchase

39.95

Includes inspection of steering and suspension components

FOUR-WHEEL ALIGNMENT
$

59.95

Includes inspection of steering and suspension components

ASE Master Certified Technician

800-399-2071 North on US Hwy. 127, 1255 N. Williams St., Paulding www.stykemainchevy.com

K of Friday,
C Fish
Fry
March 6th

Pet Grooming

Hall Rental

Large & Small


We do them all
Cats & Dogs Grooming

Youth Leadership Building


@ Paulding Fairgrounds
Great for birthday, confirmation, first communion,
graduation parties, family reunions, etc. Especially
great for businesses to hold staff/union
meetings/training sessions on a regular basis.
Large Hall, small conference room, full kitchen.
Call OSU Extension office at
419-399-8225 (M-Th) for rates and availability.

Lunch 11am-1pm

419-399-3389

PUBLIC WELCOME
the hall)

FISH (all you can eat at


D POTATO
FRENCH FRIES/BAKE
ANS
BE
D
CORN/BAKE
COLE SLAW
extra)
COFFEE/JUICE (Pop

NOTICE

NEW

Dairy Queen

Adult Dinner ................$8.50


Seniors 60+ Dinner ......$8.00
Kids (5-12) ..................$3.75
Under 5 ........................ FREE
Fish Only ...............$8.50/lb.
French Fries ....... $3.00/boat

Adult/Senior Dinners (4 piece fish), Kids Dinners (2 piece fish) and Fish by the lb. are available for carryout only.

K of C Hall located 1 mile south of Paulding on US 127

DEAD-

Paulding

Dinner 4pm-7pm

LINES
REMINDER

LENTEN SPECIAL

Fish Sandwich Combo


$4.59

DEADLINE

Available Fridays during Lent

DAIRY QUEEN

IS 1:00 PM

1101 N. Williams Street Paulding

419-399-2542

Hours: Monday Saturday 10:30 - 9:00


Sunday 11:00 - 9:00

THURSDAY;
PAULDING
PROGRESS
DEADLINE
IS 1:00 PM
MONDAY

BRING IN THIS COUPON


AND YOU WILL GET
OFF YOUR
DOWN PAYMENT

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YOUR HOME IMPROVEMENT STORE

ROOFING
WINDOWS ROOFING SIDING FENCING

2 Pc. Chicken, Choice of


Potato, Vegetable, Side,
Roll & Butter

117 W. Perry St. Paulding

419-399-5099

Tuesday, 3/3
Dinner:

60 Traditional Wings
$1 Drafts

Specializing in Metal Roofs

The Quality Door Place

- Residential Roofs
- Barn Restoration
- Churches

Garage Doors & Operators Entrance & Storm Doors


Wood Steel Painting Available Insulation Awnings
Aluminum Railing Rubber Roofing Decks Fence
1640 Baltimore St. Defiance, OH 43512
(419)782-1181
Toll Free: (800)888-9838

Wed. 4 pm-10 pm
Thurs. 11 am-10 pm Fri. & Sat. 11 am-12 am
Kitchen Open until 9 pm on Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs.
and 10 pm on Fri. & Sat.

Dinner:

Cell 260-580-4087
25502 River Rd.
Woodburn, IN

METAL

New Winter Hours

Monday, 3/2

MILLERS

Wednesday, 3/4
Dinner:

BLT & Cup of Soup

Shingle Quotes
Available Too

960

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inc

millersmetalroofing.com

$5 BUCK LUNCH SPECIALS

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

2 BBQ Pulled Pork Sliders


2 Tuna Salad Sliders
Creamed Chicken Sandwich
Chips & Coleslaw
Chips & Coleslaw
Chips & Pickle
$5 Lunch Loyalty Cards - Buy 7 Lunches, Get 1 FREE Carryout Only!

Thursday, 3/5

Friday,

3/6
Lunch & Dinner:

Lunch & Dinner:

Meatloaf, Mashed Potates


& Gravy, Vegetable,
Side, Roll

Lunch:

Alaskan Whitefish Dinner

2 Chili Dogs & Potato Wedges

Fish & Shrimp Dinner, Choice of

Prime Rib or New York Strip w/


Jumbo Shrimp, Potato, Veg., Side, Roll

Dinner:

Potato, Vegetable, Side,


Roll & Butter

HAPPY HOUR EVERYDAY: 7-9

To Go Only! Henny Penny Pressure Fried Chicken, 10 pc. $9.95 - 15 pc. $15.95 - 20 pc. $19.95

Saturday, 3/7

1 lb. Fish w/4 Breadsticks $8.50

Dinner:

All Cooking in 100% Canola Oil

2 - Weekly Reminder - Paulding County Progress Monday, March 2, 2015

HELP WANTED

BAUGHMAN TILE Company is now accepting


applications for FULL or
PART time drivers.
Drivers must have CDL
class B or higher. Full
benefits package available for full time employment. Part time & seasonal positions have the
flexibility to work w/other
obligations such as
school bus routes, agricultural schedules, etc.
Please apply at 8516
Road 137, Paulding,
Ohio 45879. No phone
calls please.

FOR RENT

2 BDRM, apartment for


rent in Paulding and Defiance. Please call Al at
419-399-2419 for more
details.

TRAVEL

CHARTER BUS Tours!


Spring Travel Party
Sunday, March 8 Ramada Inn-Exit 13 1:304:00pm-It's free!!! Lots of
day and multi-day tours.
Great entertainment .
New Fliers!! Evelyn's Excursions 419-737-2055
Ivah Lothamer-419-3992386 www.evelynsexcursions.com

STORAGE

PAULDING MINI Storage Units. For more information please call


Straley Estate at 419399-4444 or 419-3993721.

FREE & LOW PRICE

IF INTERESTED in a
FREE KJV Bible or children's story Bible,
please contact 419-786IN PAULDING - Whis- 9309. We welcome locapering Pines- 2 bdrm. tions interested in helpCall 419-670-4655 or ing to distribute bibles.
419-399-2419.
NOW LEASING: One &
Two Bedroom Apartments in Paulding.
Please call Straley REal
Estate at 419-399-4444
or 419-399-3721 fro
more information.

WANTED TO RENT

DEPENDABLE, RESPONSIBLE, clean family of three looking for a


3 bedroom, well-maintained home to rent or
land contract in Paulding area. 419-439-0533.

ROOMMATES WANTED

ROOMMATE WANTED
to share expenses. 4
bdrm. house, separate
bathrooms. Call Tim
419-263-8195.

FOR SALE

YEARS AGO Antique


Mall, 108 N Main Street,
Van Wert 419-238-3362,
30+ Dealers. Closed
Tuesdays. Buy & Sell.

FOR SALE

$150 QUEEN pillowtop


mattress set. New in
plastic, can deliver 260493-0805.
LINDA'S GLASS Gallery, 511 Second St. Defiance, OH. Special orders, gifts, lessons, and
repairs. 419-438-0156.
www.lindasglassgallery.c
om.

STORAGE BUILDINGS

PAULDING STORAGE
C enter: Now renting
storage units. Different
sizes available. Call 419399-2419 for info.

CONSTRUCTION

AL GRIFFITHS Construction: Windows, light


electrical, drywall, siding,
doors and more. Call Al
for your repair or construction needs. 419508-2102

Room Additions Garages


Basements
(Foundation, Walls, Repairs & Waterproofing)

Your little store & a whole lot more!

Concrete mix
Bird Feed
Dog & Cat Food
Softener Salt
Potting Soil

CALL FO

WINTERR

DISCOUN

Chick Starter & Layer Feed


Deer Sweetlix Blocks
Salt Blocks
Pond Supplies
Grass Seed & Fertilizer

Helena Chemical Company, 200 N. Main St

Continental, OH 45831- phone 419-596-3806


Store hours 7 am to 5 pm M-F & Sat. 7 am to Noon.

Creative Design & Construction LLC


Quality Work For 25 Years - Schmucker

260-403-8949

Licensed Bonded Insured


Call for Estimates l CDChomeimprovements.com

Multiple Listing
Service
To see nice color pictures & interior shots of properties offered
by Gorrell Bros. go to: www.gorrellbros-paulding.com

#1664 2 mi. S of Melrose,


delightful 3 bdrm. home
on 4 acres w/pond, gazebo & 2 car det. garage.
12x20 sun room, C/A.
Reduced to $105,000.
Call Sandra or Tamyra
419-506-1015

#1668 - Pristine throughout! 2 BR home. Bright


& Cheery colors, lg. living room, C/A, gas heat,
fenced yard, det. garage.
Paulding. $62,500. Call
Sandra or Tamyra 419506-1015

#1682 3 Bedroom,
with a split bedroom
design, 1.5 Bath Home.
Separate family room,
sun room on back, C/A.
vinyl fence in back.
$89,900. Call Sandra or
Tamyra 419-506-1015

#1638 - Reminiscent
of days-gone-by with
all the modern conveniences! 3 story, 4BR,
1/5 bath home, formal
dining, beautiful kitchen,
C/A, det. 2 car garage.
Corner lot Paulding.
$117,500 Call Sandra or
Tamyra 419-506-1015

NEW LISTING #1688


308 & 312 Jackson E.
St. Paulding... Approx.
2320 sq. ft.former veterinary clinic, natural
gas & elec. baseboard
heat. Building is divided into 2 spaces, both
have
restrooms...
Investors take notice...
$45,000....... Call Joe
Den Herder

NEW LISTING #1686


7951 S.R. 111 Wellkept 3 BR, 1.5 bath
home w/newer shingles. Spacious kitchen,
master bedroom w/ 1/2
bath. 32x48 pole barn
with concrete floor &
220 elec. $64,900.....
Call Joe Den Herder

LAND FOR Sale - 2


acres plus 30'x81' building. Northern Paulding
County. Contact
evc@inos.com
ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES
FORT DEFIANCE Antiques. 402 Clinton
Street, Defiance. 419782-6003. Hours:
Monday-Saturday,
10am-5pm.

Quality Work by Schmucker

#1689 NEW LISTING. NEW PRICE. 105 Ash


Street, Payne. Newer windows, roof, furnace &
more. Mature trees & udpated landscaping Now
$69,900..... Call Aaron 419-769-5808

Flat Rock Creek


Apartment
505 E. Orchard St.
(SR 500 East)
Payne, OH 45880

419-263-3188

Accepting Applications
for 1 and 2
Bedroom Units
2 Bedroom Units
Currently Available
Rental Assistance May
Be Available to Qualified
Applicants
Rents starting at
$401 to $729
Application Fee:
$25 Single $40 Married
Equal Housing
Opportunity

VAN WERT COUNTY HOSPITAL


VAN WERT, OHIO

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT
To the President/CEO

Van Wert County Hospital is in


search of an Executive Assistant
with advanced secretarial skills.
The chosen candidate must be
extremely organized, and have
excellent verbal and written
communication skills.
Work
pace may be stressful at times.
Attendance at evening meetings
required.
Associate degree preferred. At least
two years experience required.
Qualified
candidates
are
encouraged to submit a resume/
application to:
Human Resources
Van Wert County Hospital
1250 S. Washington St.
Van Wert, OH 45891
Fax: 419-238-9390
E-mail: hr@vanwerthospital.org
Visit the Hospitals website at:
www.vanwerthospital.org
EOE

Land Auction
Theis Farm

Follow the Progress on:

Land Auction

Grover Hill, OH
Thurs., March 26 @ 6 P.M.

55 Acres

Sec. 15, Washington Twp.


Paulding Co.

Farm Location: 4 mi. east of Grover Hill on


Rt. 114 to T-187; then north on T-187 for 1 1/2
mi. -- Auction held at Grover Hill VFW..... 55+acres offered as one parcel .... FSA indicates
49+- tillable acres with a small wooded area
in the southwest corner of the farm ...... Call or
stop in the office for brochure, survey, soil map,
FSA information or visit our web site @ www.
gorrellbros-paulding.com ....... Terms: $3,000
earnest money on the day of auction with the
balance due at closing approximately 30 days
from the date of the auction upon delivery of
Sheriffs Deed and / or such instruments to convey marketable title as ordered by the Court .....
Being Sold Pursuant to Journal Entry Dated
Feb. 4, 2015, In The Common Pleas Court
Of Paulding County, Ohio in Case NO. CI12-148; Complaint for Partition; Leaudrey
Buckner, et al. Plaintiffs vs. Renotta Kelly, et
al., Defendents ..... Larry D. Gorrell, Broker
- Nolan Shisler, Aaron Timm, Sandra Mickelson, Auctioneers

Wooded - Recreational - Tillable

Sat, March 28 @ 10 A.M.

61
Acres
Sec. 14, Emerald Twp.

Location: 3 mi north of Paulding on Rt 127


to Rt 111; then east on Rt. 11l for 5 mi to Rd
C-143; then north on Rd 143 for 1 1/2 mi; watch for signs ..... 61.074+- acres offered
as one parcel - most of the frontage is along
Rd. 143 with a 40 ft. lane from Rd. 218
Look for auction signs identifying the lane
(the driveway to the house at 17900 Rd. 218
is not part of the farm and should not be used)
- the 40 ft. lane for the farm is the driveway
west of the house driveway ..... FSA indicates 44+- tillable acres ..... Six Mile Creek
crosses the property creating rolling wooded
areas with mature trees and brush and some
of the most beautiful hunting and recreational areas in Northwestern Ohio.... Call
or stop in the office for brochure, survey,
aerial map, soil map, FSA and auction information, and information about viewing
the farm ---- A Gorrell Bros. representative
can meet you at the farm with auction and
viewing information and if weather permits
use of a 4x4 ATV..... Terms: $3,000 earnest
money on the day of auction with the balance
due at closing approximately 30 days from
the date of the auction upon delivery of Warranty Deed and Certificate Of Title prepared
by David A. Hyman, Attorney for Sellers,
Danny W. Theis - and -Roger L. & Robin L.
Theis ..... Larry D. Gorrell, Broker - Nolan
Shisler, Aaron Timm, Sandra Mickelson,
Auctioneers

AARON TIMM - 419-769-5808


Committed to Excellence

Land Auction

Grover Hill, OH
Thurs., March 26 @ 6 P.M.

40
Acres
Offered In Two Parcels

Sec. 16 & 27, Washington Twp.


Paulding Co.

Parcel 1 Location: 20 Acres in Sec. 16, Washington Twp. - go 4 mi. east of Grover Hill on Rt. 114
to T-187; then north on T-187 for 1 l/2 mi. (across
from the Alfred Young Family 55 acres selling
pursuant to Paulding Co. Common Pleas Court Case
NO. CI-12-148 (see ad in this paper) Parcel 2
Location: 20 Acres in Sec. 27, Washington Twp.
- go 4 mi east of Grover Hill on Rt. 114 .... Both
farms are mostly tillable ......Parcels 1 and 2 are selling with multi-parcel bidding for these two parcels
with separate bidding for the 55 acres that is selling
pursuant to Case NO. CI-12-148.... Auction held at
Grover Hill VFW .... Call or stop in the office for
brochure, survey, soil map, FSA information and
auction information or visit our web site @ www.
gorrellbros-paulding.com .... Terms: $3,000 earnest
money for each parcel on the day of auction with the
balance due at closing approximately 30 days from
the date of the auction upon delivery of Deed and
Certificate Of Title ...... Sellers: Family Of Alfred
Young.... Larry D. Gorrell, Broker - Nolan Shisler, Aaron Timm, Sandra Mickelson, Auctioneers

New to the Market! 2774 Rd 17, Payne. $164,900. Over 2400


Sq Ft home has been beautifully remodeled. This country setting
features a new kitchen with all modern appliances and beautiful
cabinetry. Lots of light in the living spaces and a huge master
bedroom with stand alone tub and shower. Large garage and pool
included. To see more photos and view more detail, go to realtor.
com and search by MLS No. 5081732 or Call Aaron to set up a
showing. 419-769-5808

FOR SALE
41.975 ACRES
YORK TOWNSHIP
VAN WERT COUNTY
Pewamo Silty Clay Loam
Blount Silt Loam
0 to 2 percent slopes

CALL 419-238-3467

Now HiriNg
Grill Cooks,
Fry Cooks,
Servers &
Hostesses.
Looking for
competitive
wages &
a fun work
environment?
Apply today
at

Frickers
in Van Wert,
Ohio

Monday, March 2, 2015

Paulding County Progress-Weekly Reminder - 3

37TH ANNUAL 24-HOUR BASKETBALL MARATHON


For P.A.S.S. Paulding Area Support Society

(Formerly known as The Paulding County Society For Crippled Children & Adults)

THE OBJECT OF THE MARATHON GAMES

CLIP & MAIL TODAY

To raise money for the Paulding Area Support Society. The Society helps to provide the
handicapped & other medically challenged residents of Paulding County with equipment &
services that they are unable to afford. The Society helps 125-150 people per year. Basketball
Marathon participants are encouraged to have a great time playing a game of basketball
& scoring as many points as possible in the 24-minutes allowed per game.
Sportsmanlike conduct is the rule, not the exception!!!

ENTRY FORM DEADLINE IS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18TH 2015

RULES GOVERNING PLAY

The team schedule/pairings will be emailed to you if you provide your email address.
You can also find the schedule in the Weekly Reminder March 30,
or the Paulding Progress & West Bend News Paper April 1.

Please retain this paper for your records

Unsportsmanlike conduct will not be tolerated


No foul shots are permitted, fouls are awarded by taking the ball out of bounds
No time outs permitted
5 players maximum on the floor at one time
No dunking the basketball (we have had to pay for a cracked glass backboard & have had
to stop the game to fix broken break away rims causing the schedule to be interrupted)
No full court press in mini-tots, tots, or mini-youth divisions
In adult co-ed competition, at least two female players on the floor at all times
In adult co-ed competition, male players are not permitted to cross, remain, shoot, or

rebound from the area known as the key. Girls only in the key.
The mini-tots division will use 8 baskets & a youth basketball
The tots, mini-youth, women, & co-ed will use 10 baskets with a womens basketball
Youth division can use mens or womens basketball on 10 baskets
Men will use a mens basketball

OHIO HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC


ASSOCIATION RULES

The OHSAA is organized to administer & supervise the athletic programs for students grades 7-12.
The constitution of the association does not contain any responsibility for any type of athletic program
below 7th grade. Anyone & everyone who is not yet in enrolled in 7th grade may participate in
the Marathon without jeopardizing their future eligibility.
Students in grades 7-12 who are participating in basketball now & in the future, may participate
in the Marathon so long as not more than two players from the same Jr. high or
High school team do not play on the same team.

AWARDS

(Donated by Fessel Jewelers)


First place & second place trophies will be awarded to the top two teams in the mini-youth,
youth, women, men, & co-ed divisions. (If there is a tie the award will be given to the
team with the larger point spread over their opponent. Sportsmanship trophies will be
given to teams that were mismatched with a team of a higher skill level that caused the
largest point differential in each of the seven divisions.
Ten individual medals will be awarded for first and second place
in the Mini-Tots and Tots Divisions.

THE MARATHON COMMITTEE

Chad Benschneider 419-263-2277 or 769-4708


Owen Brigner 419-786-9703
John Claymiller 419-399-8440

Chad Cluts 419-263-0327
Jeremy Dunderman 419-769-0680
Allyssa Jackson 419-263-0327
Russ Zinser 419-506-0258

Clint Reinhart
419-494-5570
Brian & Alec Vest 419-263-0037
Kaleigh Young 419-263-2801
Krystal Wannemacher
Jennifer & Rylee Zartman 419-263-4007
Myra Zartman 419-263-0312
Email: basketball24hour@yahoo.com

The Marathon Committee will endeavor to make this Marathon the most
enjoyable for you and the fans, and the most profitable for the Society and
the people in Paulding County who need our help. If you have questions,
you may contact any of the Committee members.
Thank you for participating in this most worthwhile
Paulding County charity event!!

37th ANNUAL BASKETBALL MARATHON

~~~~OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM~~~~

This year the Marathon will be held in the Payne Elementary gym Good Friday,
April 3 & Saturday, April 4, starting at approximately 5 pm Friday &
ending at approximately 7 pm Saturday.

Check us out on Facebook at playing ball for those who cant

Please Mark the Division of Play


__MINI-TOTS(0-2nd Grade) __TOTS(3rd-5th Grade) __MINI-YOUTH(6th-8th Grade)
__YOUTH(9-12th Grade) Please designate: BOYS___ GIRLS___ CO-ED___
__MEN adult* __WOMEN adult* __CO-ED adult* *denotes no age restriction

REQUESTED WORDING ON BACK OF SHIRTS


One line of copy only:________________________________(print clearly)
Select Color Of Shirts (circle one)
Kelly Green, Lime Green, Safety Green, Safety Orange, Red, Maroon,
Daisy Yellow, Gold, Dark Heather, Black, Ash Grey, Light Blue, Royal Blue,
Navy Blue, Carolina Blue, Heliconia Pink, Purple
Please pick your 10 shirts, extra shirts are $8.00/ 2XL & 3XL shirts add $3.00
Select Size Of Shirts
Childrens Sizes
Adult Sizes
Extra Small (2-4):______________
Small (34-36):______________
Small (6-8):__________________
Medium (38-40):____________
Medium (10-12):_______________
Large (42-44):______________
Large (14-16):_________________
X-Large (46-48):_____________
XX-Large _________*add $3.00
3X-Large__________*add $3.00

PREFERRED TIME OF PLAY


Please give several different time areas, this is a 24-hour event & we cant grant everyones
request. The little kids normally play Saturday morning after 8am or afternoon.

Time #1_______ Time #2_______ Time #3_______

PREFERRED COMPETITION
Want To Play A Team??:_____________ Cant Play ATeam??:______________
_____________________________________________________________
IF YOU HAVE CERTAIN TIMES YOU CANT PLAY LIST REASON ABOVE
NOT EVERYONE CAN PLAY AT 8pm OR 9pm/ 10am OR 11am

ENTRY FEE CALCULATION


Basic Entry Fee (includes 10 shirts): $100.00 (players must also pay admission at the door)
Additional Shirts @ $8.00/shirt..............$________($8.00 X # of shirts in excess of 10)
Charge for XXL and XXXLarge Shirts..$________($3.00 X # of XXL or XXXL shirts)
Total Amount Due With This Entry..$_______________
Make checks payable to Paulding Area Support Society. Please m ail entry form & check
to: Basketball Marathon, 8602 Rd. 51, Payne, Ohio 45880.
**DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES IS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18TH**

TEAM REPRESENTATIVE INFORMATION


Name:_________________________Address:_________________________
Phone#__________________Email:___________________________

RETURN THIS FORM WITH YOUR CHECK

PLAYING BALL FOR THOSE WHO CANT

4 - Weekly Reminder - Paulding County Progress Monday, March 2, 2015

MARCH 2015 COMMUNITY RECYCLING ACTIVITY


March 7th

Grover Hill VFW


Haviland Park
Scott Equity

9:00-11:00 a.m.
11:15-11:45 a.m.
12:00-12:30 p.m.

March 14th

Melrose Methodist Church


Oakwood Park
Junction (old Catholic Church)

9:00-9:30 a.m.
9:45-11:00 a.m.
11:15-11:45 a.m.

March 21st

Payne Ball Park


Briceton Propane
Latty Community Bldg.

9:00-11:00 a.m.
11:15-11:45 a.m.
12:00-12:30 p.m.

Waters Insurance LLC


AUTO HOME
COMMERCIAL BUSINESS
FARM

This activity is provided by the WMEA Program and the Paulding County Commissioners.
If you have any questions, please call Becky Suvar at 419-399-3630 or 419-622-4305.

Bruce Ivan

600 South Main St. 1007 N. Williams St.


Payne, OH 45880 Paulding, OH 45879
419-263-2127
419-399-3586

Paulding Eagles FREE Farm


FREE
Farmand
Estate and
Estate

Business
Planning
Business
Planning
SeminarSeminar

D I NNER & DAN C E


Saturday, March 7th

New York Strip or Grilled Chicken Breast Dinner


5 pm - 7:30 pm

Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.

March 3,Art2015
p.m. St., Van Wert, OH
Wassenberg
Center,at
2147:00
S. Washington
DJ Music by L&M starting atTuesday,
8 pm
206 W. Perry StreetWassenberg

Art Center, 214 S. Washington St., Van Wert, OH

Call 419.238.2488 to RSVP

Call 419.238.2488 to RSVP


Local

Authorized Dealer

Susan Simpson

Call 419.238.2488 to RSVP


Have a story idea for the
Progress?

sksimpson1988@gmail.com

419-769-4221

Exclusive Warranty on Our Quality Craftsmanship

www.delphosgraniteworks.com
The VILLAGE OF PAULDING will be
accepting applications for Head
Lifeguard, Lifeguards, concession
stand and front desk help for the
2015 season.
Applications are available at the Paulding High
School, Antwerp High School and Wayne Trace High
School office or at the Village Office 116 S. Main St.
For more information please call: 419-399-4011
Applications will be accepted until
Friday, March 20, 2015.

Know
someone with an interesting
hobby or job or maybe someone who has taken an
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ANTWERP LOCAL SCHOOLS


MARCH 2015
SUPERINTENDENTS MESSAGE

NOTES FROM YOUR PRINCIPALS

The weather has certainly been the topic of


many conversations this winter. We have
currently missed 11 days of school and made
up one day on February 16. We have revised the school calendar to make up the
remaining time missed due to weather. Beginning on Monday, March 2, we will be
extending the school day for Kindergarten
through 12th grade by 30 minutes each day
through May 4. School will begin at 7:50
a.m. and end at 3:14 p.m. Preschool will be
extended 15 minutes each day. Morning
preschool will begin at 7:50 a.m. and end at
11:02 a.m. Afternoon preschool will begin
at 12:02 p.m. and end at 3:14 p.m. In case
of a 3-hour delay during this period, our
school hours will be K-12 10:50-4:14, AM
Preschool 10:50-1:02, and PM Preschool
2:02-4:14. Thursday, April 2 will also be a
day in session for the district.

MR. MANZELEMENTARY

Please keep in mind that further adjustments


may have to be made. If another day is
missed, we will continue extending the
school day through May 19. With these
adjustments, the last day of school will be
May 20. I am thankful for our road and
parking lot crews, custodians who clear the
sidewalks, and our experienced bus drivers.
Without all these people working together,
we may have missed more days. Many of
these people have worked long hours this
winter to keep us safe, and it is appreciated.
As most of you already know, I have decided to retire at the end of July, so the Board
of Education will soon begin the process of
finding a replacement. We are developing a
community survey to give you the opportunity to inform the Board of the characteristics you would like to see in your next superintendent. Watch our webpage and Facebook page for information about this survey.
Yours in Education,
Pat Ross

KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION

As we begin the month of March, we look


forward to hopefully warmer weather and
less interruptions to our students learning
opportunities. We encourage you to check
the weather and dress your children accordingly, as weather can change very quickly
throughout the course of the day. As long as
it is not raining outside, the playground is
not icy or flooded, and the wind chill is
above 10 degrees, our students will be going
Students in grade 6-10 are expected to arrive
outside for recess.
at normal time (7:50 a.m.) during OGT
We plan to continue, and then finish, the week. The middle school and freshman stufirst round of testing for Ohios State Tests dents will be working with their teachers in
in the first two weeks of March. These tests each of the content areas. In most cases, the
give students in grades 3-5 a chance to show students will be taking practice tests to help
what they have learned, and what they can prepare them for the content and time factors
accomplish up to this point of the school involved in a standardized test.
year. So far, the students have been very
GUIDANCE NEWS
relaxed and engaged in taking these tests Any sophomore or junior interested in atonline. I feel very strongly that our teachers tending Vantage Career Center for the 2015have done a great job in preparing the stu- 2016 school year should submit their applidents for these tests.
cation by Wednesday, March 4. Go to
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/lri_ybYjK
Recently, the PTO presented pizza and ice ETF2o9fwSLSqFvCodJTqmIokJivhOH7D
cream parties to the classes that sold the hh0/viewform to submit an online applicamost items and had the most participation tion.
from our fundraiser earlier in the year. Congratulations to those classes, and thanks Antwerp High School will host a College
again to all that participated.
Credit Plus Night on Tuesday, March 17 at
6:00 p.m. in the auditeria. Mr. Michael JaThe PTO Family Bingo Night was resched- cobs from Northwest State Community Coluled from February due to a rescheduled lege will be here to present the new College
basketball game. The new date for PTO Credit Plus information.
Bingo is on March 2 with doors opening at
5:30 p.m. and a 6:00 p.m. start of Bingo. Students taking the AP exams can submit
Concessions will be available. Once again, I final payments to Mrs. Rogge anytime durask that all students be accompanied by a ing the month of March. Visit the guidance
responsible adult to ensure that all that at- website for the 2015 AP exam administratend are able to enjoy the evening. Students tion schedule.
are not to be wandering around in the hallways, or otherwise disturbing those partici- Scholarships can be found on the school
website by going to Schools>Sr/Jr High
pating in Bingo night.
School>Guidance>Scholarships. These are
updated weekly so please check the website
Elementary Testing Schedule:
frequently. Students are also given a list of
Grade 3 OAA ReadingApril 21
scholarships monthly in their English class.
Grade 3 Math PBAMarch 2
Grade 4 Math PBAMarch 2
MENUMARCH
Grade 4 Social StudiesMarch 4
Mon.,
3/02
Cheeseburger on Bun, Mixed
Grade 5 Math PBAMarch 2
Vegetables,
Orange Smiles, Milk
Grade 5 Science PBAMarch 4

Antwerp Elementary is currently scheduling


appointments for the 2015-16 Kindergarten
Screening and Registration which will be
held Tuesday and Wednesday, March 24-25
here at the school. If your child will be five
years old before August 1, 2015, please call MR. BUTEHS/MS PRINCIPAL
the elementary office at 419-258-5421, ext.
The students in the Classes of 2015-2017,
2200, to schedule your appointment.
and any students who are currently repeating
ninth grade, will remain under the current
2015-2016 PRESCHOOL
Any students that are interested in attending Ohio graduation requirements. The current
Antwerps preschool for the first time must Ohio graduation requirements involve both
attend a child screening. The next screening course work and testing requirements. Stuis scheduled for March 13 from 9:00 a.m. dents must earn at least 21 credits in particu2:00 p.m. at the St. Paul Lutheran Church in lar courses and pass all five content sections
Paulding. Please call 1-877-473-8166 to of the Ohio Graduation Test (OGT) to be
eligible to earn a high school diploma.
schedule your appointment.
YEARBOOK ORDERS
The yearbook staff is accepting orders for
the 2014-2015 yearbook until May 22. Elementary yearbooks are $10 and the middle/
high school yearbooks are $35.00. Very few
extra yearbooks are ordered beyond the preorders. Last year we sold out of yearbooks,
so the only way to guarantee a yearbook is
to preorder. Checks should be made out to
the school. Additional order forms are
available in the high school and elementary
offices or on the school website.

During the week of March 16-20, the juniors


and seniors who have passed all five content
areas have earned the privilege of participating in a 2-hour delay schedule. Those on
the delay schedule are expected to arrive by
9:45 a.m. each day, or risk losing the 2-hour
delay privilege. Those juniors/seniors needing to take one or more areas of the OGT are
expected to arrive at regular time (7:50 a.m.)
on testing day. Any juniors/seniors utilizing
bus transportation, but not taking any tests,
will go to the gymnasium at 7:50 where
there will be faculty supervision.

As we move into March, the state-mandated


testing for the students in the Class of 2017,
(Ohio Graduation Test or OGT) is rapidly
approaching. Students must pass all five
parts (reading writing, mathematics, science,
and social studies) to be eligible to graduate.
The OGT will be administered March 1620, to all sophomores, and any seniors (class
of 2015) or juniors (class of 2016) needing
to pass one or more content area of the test.
Attendance plays a major role in academic
performance; it is vital that students are present this week.

Tues., 3/03 Coneydog on Bun, Baked


Beans, Mixed Fruit, Milk
Wed., 3/04 Sloppy Joe w/Scoops, Green
Beans, Pineapple, Milk
Thurs., 3/05 Chicken Nuggets, Baked Fries,
Peach Crisp, Milk
Fri., 3/06 Cheese Pizza, Cole Slaw, Applesauce, Milk
The complete menu is available on our website, or you may pick up a copy in our office.
Our menu is subject to change without notice.

DISTRICT CALENDAR OF EVENTS


Mar. 2 Orthodontic Presentations-Elem.
Mar. 2 PTO Bingo Night
Mar. 4 2-Hour DelayInservice
Mar. 7 GMC Cheer Competition-Defiance
Mar. 8 TIME CHANGE
Mar. 16-20 OGT Week
Mar. 20 End of 3rd Quarter
Mar. 20-21 AHS MusicalLittle Women
Mar. 24 Winter Athletic Awards 7:00
Mar. 25 Hoops for Heart
Mar. 26 Disney Chaperone Meeting 6:00
Mar. 26 Disney Student/Parent Meeting 7:00
Mar. 28 Jr. High Solo & Ensemble Contest

ATHLETIC CALENDAR
BOYS VARSITY BASEBALL
Mar. 30 5:00
@Edon
Apr. 2 5:00
Home w/Hilltop
Apr. 4 11:00
@Delphos St. John/Lncnvw
Apr. 6 5:00
@Wayne Trace
GIRLS VARSITY SOFTBALL
Mar. 30 5:00
Home w/Edon
Mar. 31 5:00
Home w/Hicksville
Apr. 2 5:00
@Continental
Apr. 4 11:00
@Defiance
Apr. 6 5:00
@Parkway
Apr. 7 5:00
@Delphos Jefferson
VARSITY TRACK & FIELD
Mar. 31 5:00
Home w/Hilltop/Edgerton
Apr. 2 4:30
@Tinora/Wayne Trace
Apr. 7 4:30
@Fairview/Holgate
JUNIOR HIGH TRACK & FIELD
Apr. 7 4:30
Home w/Tinora/Holgate
WINTER ATHLETIC AWARDSMar. 247:00 pm

REVISED CALENDAR
Mar 4
Mar 20
Apr 2
Apr 3-6
May 17
May 20
May 21
May 25

2-Hr DelayInservice
End of 3rd Quarter
Make-Up Day
Spring BreakNo School
Graduation
Last Day of School for Students
Teacher Work Day
Memorial Day

March 2015

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April 2015
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May 2015
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Please note the days with 30 minutes of extended school time are shown in gray on the
calendars above, as well as school being in
session on April 2.

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WAYNE TRACE LOCAL SCHOOLS - MARCH 2015 NEWSLETTER


SUPERINTENDENTS MESSAGE
By STEPHEN ARNOLD

SUBSTITUTE BUS DRIVERS NEEDED


We are currently seeking individuals interested
in becoming bus drivers who possess good driving skills, a strong work ethic, and dedication.
Interested individuals should be available from
6:00-8:30 a.m. and 2:15-4:30 p.m. for bus routes
or from 3:00-9:00 p.m. for activities.

Despite the many disruptions to our regular


schedule, the 2014-2015 school year continues
moving forward. Were now over half way
through the third grading period, meaning spring
is right around the corner cross your fingers.
To become a licensed bus driver, you must go
However, many weeks still exist for winter
weather, so we encourage everyone to continue through the training process, pass a physical,
pass a pre-employment drug screening, and
exercising caution when traveling.
Speaking of weather which has exhausted a have a clean background check. Other rules and
great deal of energy again this school year we qualifications are laid out in the Ohio Pupil Transhave missed a grand total of 76.5 hours of portation Operation and Safety Rules that can be
instruction due to weather-related issues (as of found at www.ode.state.oh.us.

this writing). This number of missed hours


requires us to make up four school days, one of
which we made up on February 16. The
extended-day plan put in place for the last two
weeks in February also allowed us to make up a
second day. This leaves us with two more school
days to make up. We are currently looking at
various options, including more extended days in
March and April. However, until an alternate
plan is put in place, our make-up days will be
May 29 and June 1. In addition with the graduation ceremony scheduled or Sunday, May 24, an
alternate plan for the senior class is a distinct
possibility at this time. With all that said, we will
make every effort to keep you well informed as
we trek our way through the final three-plus
months of this weather-plagued school year.

If you would like to find out more information


or have any questions, please call Amy Noggle,
WT Transportation Director, at 419-263-2512 ext.
405 or by email at: noggle@wt.k12.oh.us.

MESSAGES FROM THE PRINCIPALS


WT PAYNE ELEMENTARY
Jody L. Dunham, Principal
March has officially arrived and with it hopefully spring like temperatures! We do not want
to miss any more instructional days due to
inclement weather.

Current scholarship information can be found


the Blood Drive feel free to contact the Grover
Hill Elementary Office. Also, at this time I would at www.waynetrace.org on the Guidance page of
like to thank the Red Cross and all community the High School website.
members who will be saving a life on March 18.
Intent to Participate in College Credit Plus
Kindergarten registration for the 2015-2016 courses must be turned into Mrs. Franz by
school year is just around the corner. If you Wednesday, April 1.
have a child of Kindergarten age, you may go to
Students will be registering for classes for
the school web-site or contact Grover Hill 2015-2016. Registration papers need to be
Elementary to request a materials packet. After signed by parents and returned to Mrs. Franz by
you have the packet filled out and returned to Friday, March 27.
the Grover Hill office you will be ready for this
8th grade meeting to discuss scheduling will be
years April 22 & 23 screening. This screening will held on March 10. The time is yet to be deterbe held at Grover Hill Elementary. Once again, mined. A paper will be sent home with students.
we plan to offer the Young Fives Program, but
this program does depend on numbers. We look WAYNE TRACE PERFORMING ARTS NEWS
forward to hearing from you concerning KinderCongratulations to all of our HS Band members
garten registration.
who participated in OMEA District III Solo &
Students at WTGH will celebrate Read Across Ensemble in St. Marys on January 17. The kids
America again this year which is held in conjunc- did a great job!
tion with Dr. Seuss birthday. Dr. Seuss was born
Congratulations to Alec Anderson, Bryan
Theodor Seuss Geisel (3/2/1904 9/24/1991). He Hofmann, Meagan Speice, and Emily Williams
was an American writer, poet, and cartoonist who have been accepted to OMEA District III
who is widely known for his children's books Junior High Honors Band. Also, to Addie Etzler,
written and illustrated as Dr. Seuss. Many activi- Catie Strable, Nate Gerber and Drew Forrer who
ties have been planned for Read Across America have been accepted to OMEA District III Junior
week. Parents, if you would like to get involved High Honors Choir. They will be performing a
with Read Across America you can go to the concert with students from other schools in our
school web-site, click on math and reading, then Music District at Wapakoneta on February 28 at
click on Dr. Seuss. On this site you will find many 3:00 p.m.
different activities including games and books.
High school choir and band are busy getting
Enjoy some fun with your child and reading.
ready for Large Group Contest which will take

We look forward to the month of March at


WTPE. Some of the great things that will be
taking place include the spring Scholastic Book
Tired of the winter blues? Come out and Fair the week of March 9, PARCC and AIR perforsupport our local chapter of the FFA by attending mance based assessments and the arrival of
WT JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL
the annual pancake and sausage breakfast on spring on March 20.
Greg Leeth, Principal
March 14. Proceeds from this event benefit the
Our students are working very hard as they
March is the month that Ohio Graduation
agricultural programs offered at the high school. enter the home stretch for the PARCC and AIR
Test (OGT) administration takes place all around
Turning to academic matters, this years state- assessments. Please refer to the district calendar Ohio. Parents of all sophomore students and
mandated tests are quietly creeping up on us. for these dates. If at all possible, please do not parents of junior and senior students who have
Before long, we will be in the testing season. To plan vacations or doctor appointments on those not passed one or more sections of the OGT are
increase our students chances for success, our dates. Please feel free to contact your childs reminded that testing will take place March
teachers continue to introduce, develop, and teacher to get ideas of things that you can do at 16-20. The following week, March 23 through 27
assess their students on the academic content home to support your childs success when will serve as make up days for students who are
standards as outlined by the Ohio Department of taking these high stakes assessments.
absent the previous week. Passing the OGT is
Education. Two of our primary goals for this year
Congratulations to fifth grade student Cameron required for graduation for current sophomores,
are to have a district-wide Performance Index Stoller. Cameron was the WTPE representative juniors, and seniors.
score over 100 points and to have a vast at the Paulding County Spelling Bee and she was
Important Note: The week of March 23-27 is
improvement on our value-added measurement. the winner! Cameron will be participating in the
spring break week for Wayne Trace Local
Parents can help make these goals a reality by regional spelling in Fort Wayne, Indiana on SaturSchools. This means students who are absent
continuing to support our teachers with their day, March 7th. Good luck to Cameron! Cameron
during the previous week will report to school for
childrens schoolwork and by encouraging their is the daughter of Corbin and Katie Stoller.
testing during their spring break. Parents, I urge
children to put forth their best effort on these
Just a reminder that Kindergarten registration you to make certain students are in school during
tests. Although no one is excited to take tests,
for the 2015-2016 school year is underway. the first week of testing so they are not required
these assessments are a barometer that allows
Options include a possible Young 5's (Transitional to test during their break.
us to determine if our students are making a
Kindergarten) and regular Traditional KindergarBy the time you read this newsletter, students
years growth in the core academic subjects.
ten classrooms. Both types of classrooms are all in grades 7, 8, and 9 will have taken the first
Without accurate data, we will not know in what
day, every day programs that provide students round of Ohios Next Generation Assessments.
areas we need to improve. Remember, success
with a Kindergarten curriculum based on the These tests, commonly referred to as PARCC or
at school is a team effort between home and
Ohio Department of Education content stand- Common Core tests, are a graduation requireschool. Everyone plays a vital part in the educaards. Students enrolled in Traditional Kindergar- ment for students in the Class of 2018 (current
tion of our students.
ten will need to be 5 years of age prior to freshmen) and beyond. Federal and state laws
Time still exists for you to nominate a former August 1, 2015. Students enrolled in the Young
require all Ohio school districts to test specific
staff member for the Wayne Trace Staff Hall of 5's (Transitional Kindergarten) must be 5 years of
grades and courses. There is no law that allows a
Fame Class of 2015. If you wish to obtain a nomi- age on or before September 30, 2015. It is
parent or student to opt out of state testing and
nation form, contact Ann Olwin in the central important to note that the Young 5's
there is no state opt-out procedure or form.
office, and she will assist you. The Hall of Fame (Transitional Kindergarten) classroom will be
Again, these tests are required by current law. A
event has become very popular in the commu- contingent upon a minimum enrollment as deterstudent in the Class of 2018 CANNOT graduate
nity, and you can play a vital role by nominating mined by Wayne Trace administration.
from an Ohio high school without taking these
one or more worthy former staff members.
All students interested in enrolling in either tests. For more information go to the following
Congratulations go out to several of our varsity program are required to participate in the link: http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/What-sathletic squads. Our wrestling team captured its Kindergarten screening process. Screenings will Happening-with-Ohio-s-Graduation-Requiremen/
first-ever Green Meadows Conference title this take place at WTPE on April 20 and 21. To Graduation-Requirements-2018-Beyond
year; our boys basketball team captured its register your child for Kindergarten, parents need
A number of special events will take place in
twenty-sixth conference title this year; and our to call Payne Elementary at 419-263-2512 or stop
March. The high school band and choir will
cheerleaders have qualified for the state compe- by the school office to pick up a Kindergarten
perform a concert featuring their contest music
tition in March. Great job done by all.
registration packet.
on March 1 at 2:30 p.m. in the high school gym,
Finally, please be aware of some further school
the student council will host a St. Patricks Day
calendar reminders: 1.) Spring break is the week
dance on March 7 in the junior high gym from
of March 23-27. None of these five days will be WT GROVER HILL ELEMENTARY
7:00-10:30 p.m., and high school students will
used as make-up days. 2.) School will not be in Kevin Wilson, Principal
perform the musical Beauty and the Beast on
session on Friday, April 3 in observance of Good
State Testing has been a very hot topic March 12, 14, and 15. We invite everyone in the
Friday. 3.) School will operate on a two-hour throughout the state this year.
Grover Hill community to come see these performances.
delay, district-wide, on Wednesday, April 15 for students in grade 3 6 will take the state ELA
Lastly, I want to thank all students and staff for
the purpose of a teacher in-service. Buses will test during the week of March 2. This ELA assesstheir hard work and daily preparation. The winter
run two hours late that day.
ment is in three sections and so the students will
months can be challenging with weather delays
As always, if you have questions or concerns take unit one on Tuesday followed by unit two on and closings, but the students and staff work
about your childs educational experience at Wednesday and unit three on Thursday. Then, diligently every moment they have together to
Wayne Trace, feel free to contact your building the following week the students will take the receive and to provide a quality education at
Math assessment. This assessment is a two part
principal or superintendent.
Wayne Trace Junior and Senior High School.
assessment and will be taken on Tuesday and
Go Raiders!
Wednesday. Finally, the students in grades four,
five and six will take the Science & Social Studies GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT NEWS
EARLY CHILDHOOD SCREENING
Drivers Education will be offered at Wayne
on Thursday, March 12. The teachers have been
The next Early Childhood Screening (birth to working with the students on the skills needed to Trace on March 2, 3, 4, 5, and 9, 10, 11, 12 from
age 5) will be March 13 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 pass these test. So, when the results are back we 5:00-8:15 p.m. Registration materials are availap.m. at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Paulding. If as a school will use this data to identify our ble in the Guidance Office. The cost of the class
school is cancelled, the screening will be held on strengths as well as any areas for improvement. is $340. Please call Safe Start Driving School at
March 30. Appointments are preferred, but
The American Red Cross will be at WTGH for 419-258-1069 for more information. Students
walk-ins will be accepted. To register, please call the annual Red Cross Blood Drive. This drive must be 15 years and 5 months old to take the
1-877-473-8166 (toll free).
After hours, a will take place on Wednesday, March 18 from class. PLEASE BRING YOUR REGISTRATION FORM
message can be left at extension 41.
1:30 until 5:30. If you would like to participate in AND PAYMENT TO THE FIRST CLASS.

place on Friday, March 6, in Celina. They will


hold a Pre-Contest Concert in the HS Gym on
Sunday, March 1, at 2:30 p.m. to get feedback
from local choral and band instructors. This
concert is free and open to the public!

The music department is always looking for


instruments! It is our goal to give every child that
wishes to try band an opportunity to play. If you
have an instrument in your closet that needs a
home, please consider donating it to the music
department. If it is in really good condition, we
would also consider purchasing it from you.
Join us for the musical of BEAUTY & THE BEAST
on March 12 and 14 at 7:30 p.m. and March 15 at
2:30 p.m. in the Payne Elementary Auditorium.
With a cast of over 50 Jr. High and High School
students, this musical will delight you with song
and dance! There will be a limited number of
presale tickets available for each show at Payne
and Grover Hill Elementary, the Jr./Sr. High
School and at Divine Mercy. All other tickets will
be sold at the door. Tickets are $7 for adults and
$5 for children/students.
ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT NEWS
The annual Athletic Boosters Reverse Draw and
Dinner will be Friday, April 24, at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets will be sold at boys home BB games or
are available from any Booster Club member. An
early bird drawing for an extra/free ticket will be
drawn at the last home boys game for anyone
who purchases their tickets prior to that game.

DISTRICT CALENDAR OF EVENTS


March 1 HS Band/Choir Concert in HS gym 2:30
March 2/3/4/5/9/10/11/12 Drivers Education
Class at HS 5:00-8:15
March 3 PE & GH English Lang. Arts Assessment
March 4 PE & GH English Lang. Arts Assessment
March 5 PE & GH English Lang. Arts Assessment
March 6 HS Choir & Band Large Group Contest
March 7 HS St. Patricks Day Dance 7:00-10:30
March 8 Daylight Savings Time Begins
Move Clocks AHEAD 1 hour
March 9-13 PE-Scholastic Book Fair Week
March 10 8th gr. scheduling meeting TBA
March 10 PE & GH Math Assessment
March 11 PE & GH Math Assessment
March 12 PE & GH Science & SS Assessment
March 12 Spring Musical Beauty and The Beast
at Payne Elem. Auditorium 7:30
March 13 End of 3rd Quarter
March 13 Early Childhood Screening at Paulding
St. Paul Lutheran Church 9:00-2:00
March 14 Spring Musical Beauty and the Beast
at Payne Elem. Auditorium 7:30
March 15 Spring Musical Beauty and The Beast
at Payne Elem. Auditorium 2:30
March 16-20 OGT Testing at HS
March 18 GH Red Cross Blood Drive 1:30-5:30
March 18 PE Market Day Pick Up
March 19 FFA Banquet 6:30
March 23-27 NO SCHOOLSPRING BREAK

ATHLETIC EVENTS
Varsity Girls Softball
March 31 Ottoville-T

5:00

Varsity Boys Baseball


March 24 Columbus Grove-T-Scrimmage 5:00
March 30 Continental-T
4:30
Cheerleaders
March 7
GMC Cheer Competition

Were Training Ohios Workforce!

BENSCHNEIDER AUTO

1.800.686.3944 or 419.238.5411

Repair & Service

www.vantagecareercenter.com

TBA

8602 Rd. 51, Payne, OH 419-263-CARS (2277)

Integrity Ford
1-800-373-2898 419-399-3766 Paulding
www.integrityford.com

Waters Insurance LLC

DAIRY QUEEN
of Paulding

AUTO HOME COMMERCIAL


BUSINESS FARM
600 South Main St.
Payne, OH 45880
Bruce Ivan

419-263-2127

1007 N. Williams St
Paulding, OH 45879

419-399-3586

419-399-2542
Lifetime
FREE car
washes w/ any
New or Used
purchased

1255 N. Williams St.


Paulding
1-800-399-2071
www.stykemainchevy.com

Ads to Run: March 18, 23, 25, 30

We will provide you with an Easter Ham to be given away at your store.

Drawing will be held April 1st.


Ad Deadline is March 11.

Total cost for all

4 ADS plus the HAM only $95.

Progress
PAULDING COUNTY

Contact Doug or Jill


113 S. Williams St., Paulding, OH 45879
419-399-4015 Fax 419-399-4030
Email: dnutter@progressnewspaper.org
jillcook.progress@gmail.com

HERES MY CARD

www.progressnewspaper.org

419-399-4015

keep you on the right track.

Advertiser Spot

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Paulding County Progress-Weekly Reminder - 7

Celebrate Our Selection Of Homes!

Monday, March 2, 2015

Custom Built Tile Showers


Carpet Vinyl LVT Tile Laminate

Dont miss out on the best deal around! Call 419-399-4015

Your business card will publish twice per month in either the Weekly

Reminder or the Paulding Progress at a cost of ......... Only

$35.00 per month!

*Three month minimum.


Thinking of building a new home,
updating an older home?
NEW HOMES, EXPERIENCED IN
ALL PRICE RANGES.
Room additions and remodel projects.
Local contractor Local prices

DENNING
HOME IMPROVEMENTS

Built by Denning Home Improvements

419-263-2110

119 E. High St. - Hicksville, OH 43526


www.samswitzerrealty.com

419-523-3000

www.trirguns.com
Hours; M,T,Th,F 10-6; Wed 10-8; Sat 10-2

215 N. Clinton Defiance, OH 43512

Check Displays at www.carpetunlimitedohio.com

KROUSE CHIROPRACTIC

Decks Fences Gazebos

419-263-1393

DECKS-N-PLACE

Friendly StaFF ~ aFFordable Care


Same day appointmnent
Convenient SCheduling

241 E. Second St.


Ottawa, OH

419-782-5330

Fax: 419-542-6190

110 West Oak, Payne

Give me a call

Steve Denning with

Mike Goebel, owner

Cell: 419-399-2511

419-542-6180

15804 St. Rt. 613


Paulding, OH 45879

Mark Holtsberry

*maSSage therapy
marSha CroSS, lmt
amber CombS, lmt

Defiance 419-782-5514
Paulding 419-399-2703

~Now Accepting New Patients~


~In Network with Most Insurances~

HARTZOG
LUMBER SUPPLY
and

Quality Products. Priceless Advice.

New Construction Remodeling Custom Furniture Hardware Supplies

300 West Jefferson St. Paulding

419-399-4941

FITZENRIDER, INC

The Bargain Bin of Paulding County, Inc.


118 West Perry Street
Paulding, OH 45879 Phone: 419-399-5053
Business Hours:
Fridays: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturdays: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

HEATINGAIR CONDITIONING
REFRIGERATIONSHEET METAL
Cut your heating and cooling cost with a High
Efficiency Trane Heating and Cooling System.

Please send your donation for the


new building fund to:
Paulding Co. Area Foundation
110 East Perry Street, Paulding, OH 45879

Call 419-784-0828
827 Perry St.
Defiance, OH

TAZ Construction Services LLC


Tony Zartman
4376 Rd. 33, Payne, Ohio 45880
Ph. 419-263-2977

Customer Satisfaction Is Our Speciality

*Remodeling & New Construction


*Free Estimates
*Insured
1Co 10:31- whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.

Your Alternative Heating Specialists

Rural Energy Products, L.L.C.

GIDEONS
24/7 Towing
& Recovery

419-399-4242

CORN
COAL
Breakdown or
Mishap. Request
Gideons for all
your towing needs.

Buckle Up * Drive Safely * Dont Drink & Drive

PELLETS
GAS
WOOD

9296 Van Wert - Willshire Rd.


Van Wert, Ohio 45891

1-800-546-3319
Fax: 1-419-232-4200
e-mail:
staywarm@earthlink.net
www.ruralenergyproducts.
com

StoveSInSertSFIreplaceSFurnaceSBoIlerS

8 - Weekly Reminder - Paulding County Progress Monday, March 2, 2015

In Celebration of National Agriculture Week

Make Room
for Change!
With the Classifieds, you can
clear the clutter, earn extra
cash and find great deals on
the things you really want!

Issue Dates - March 18, 2015


Deadline - March 9th

If your business helps serve the


American farmer, be a part of this issue
Full Page - 10.25w x 10.25h........................$329
Half Page - 5w x 10.25h or
10.25w x 5h ...................................................$219
Quarter Page - 5w x 5h ...............................$149
Eighth Page - 5w x 2.5h ................................$85

Reserve Your Advertising Space Now!

Progress
P.O. Box 180, 113 S. Williams St., Paulding, OH 45879
419-399-4015 Fax 419-399-4030
Email at: Advertising: dnutter@progressnewspaper.org
jillcook.progress@gmail.com

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133 E. Main St., Van Wert


419.238.1580

Need a ready-made dinner?


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Tues.-Sat. 6am-8:30pm | Sun. 6-7:30pm | Closed Mondays

Accessory Avenue
Full Line Of Truck & Auto Accessories
Complete Auto Detailing Inside & Out
Window Tinting & Remote Car Starters Installed
Rhino Spray-In or Penda Drop-In Bed Liners
Ranch & Swiss Truck CapsWeatherTech Liners
B&W Gooseneck, DMI Cushion, & Drawtite
Receiver Hitches & Trailer Harnesses Installed
New, Reconditioned & Used Rims & Tires

602 W. ERVIN ROAD VAN WERT, OHIO

419-238-5902
Lift & Leveling Kits Available

* * NOTICE * *

All grave decorations and/or flowers on gravesites,


grave stones or in urns must be removed from
the Village of Paulding Live Oak Cemetery and
Memorial Cemetery by this date: March 15, 2015.
Any decorations and/or flowers remaining after this
date will be disposed of by order of the Paulding
Village cemetery board. New decorations and/or
flowers may be placed in the cemeteries after this
date: April 1, 2015.

GILL TAX SERVICE


$75
Free
Rates Include: e-filing
Federal,
State, City, School

419-258-2294

HEITMEYER
FUNERAL HOME
610 Walnut Street
Oakwood, Ohio
419-594-3660
Full Service Funeral Home
Pre-Arrangement Specialists

Paulding County Career Opportunity


SHOWCASE & JOB FAIR
On The West Side of the Square

Embroidery Transfer Prints Spirit Wear


Varsity Jackets Woven Throws
Corporate Apparel
Licensed
112 N. Williams, Paulding
Ohio State
Apparel

419-399-5393

State License #25417

Phone: 419-393-4690

Geothermal
Now Installing Water Softeners
Heat Pumps
and Sulfur Removal Systems
Furnaces
Air Conditioners

FREE ESTIMATES!!!

Showcasing career opportunities in


Paulding County Businesses
Showcasing educational opportunities
at Vantage Career Center and area Colleges

March 24, 2015


Noon to 6 PM OSU Extension Building
Presentation throughout the day
Watch for more details!