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ANNIVERSARY: Calvin and Betty (Stahl) Linkey PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 07 March 2014 09:35
Calvin and Betty (Stahl) Linkey of Bradner are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary today with a family dinner. They also plan a trip at a later date.
The Linkeys were married March 7, 1964 in Gibsonburg.
They have two sons, B. John (Valeri) and Brent, both of Bradner; and three granddaughters, Makenna, Kiersten and Ashtyn.
Calvin Linkey is retired as a laborer from LOF in Rossford and Chrysler Jeep in Toledo. Betty Linkey is a retired data entry/computer operator at Honeywell, the former Autolite, in Fostoria, and computer operator for the Rossford Board of Education.
Mrs. Wood County competitors sought PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 07 March 2014 09:34
The search is on for Mrs. Wood County 2014.
Competitors for the title of the new Mrs. Wood County are being sought, says Emily Stark, Ohio director for the Mrs. America Pageant system.
Once selected, the community representative will then advance to compete in the Mrs. Ohio America Pageant to be held in the spring, in downtown Columbus.  City and county titleholders will compete to win over $15,000 in prizes, one of which will include an all-expenses-paid trip to the Mrs. America Pageant.
Interested applicants must live or work in the Wood County area, must be married during the time of competition, a resident of the state for at least six months, a U.S. citizen and be at least 18 years old.  There is no age limit or performing talent.
In its 38th year, the Mrs. America Pageant is the only nationally televised pageant dedicated to recognizing America's married woman. While beauty is a key element in the competition, contestants are also urged to voice their opinions on marriage and important issues of the day.
Prospective applicants can learn more about the competition at www.mrsohamerica.com or request free entry information by contacting Stark at the Mrs. Ohio America office at 303-593-1199.
'Hats Off to BG' silent auction raises funds for flowers PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 04 March 2014 09:28
Every year Downtown Bowling Green and the Downtown Foundation plant over 600 flowering plants in the downtown and the Art Walk Organizing Committee has hosted silent auction fundraisers to support the plantings since 2012.  The theme of this year's auction is "Hats Off to BG."
Community members are invited to create a floral themed hat, that may be functional or purely for looks. Any and every kind of hat is welcome, and no craft supply is off limits.
The registration fee is $10 and participants will receive a Styrofoam mannequin head, which may also be decorated, to display their hat.
Registration forms may be downloaded online at downtownbgohio.org or picked up at Downtown Bowling Green, Grounds for Thought and other venues around town. Registration forms, payment, and hats are due by April 16.
Heidinger's Commons chili is cook-off winner PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 04 March 2014 09:28
PERRYSBURG - Perrysburg Commons, along with Perrysburg High School's DECA class, hosted a Route 20 Chili Cook-off on Friday.  
Many businesses on U.S. 20 in Perrysburg and Rossford entered their signature chili in hopes for the title of "The Best Chili on Route 20." Tim Horton's, Ralphies, Wendy's, The Oasis, Bob Evans, Frisch's, Perrysburg Commons, Perrysburg Township Fire Department, Perrysburg High School's DECA class, and Right at Home all had a chili entry.
The winner was Erica Heidinger, Perrysburg Commons' activity assistant and chauffer.
Heidinger had won the Perrysburg Commons and Heartland of Perrysburg staff chili cook-off a month ago, and was then chosen to represent their campus in the Route 20 Cook-Off.
Celebrity judges looked at five specific areas: smell, consistency, color, taste, and after-taste.  
During the judging several corporate mascots entertained the crowd by having a dance-off.
Otterbein Portage Valley has deficiency free rating PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 03 March 2014 09:20
Tom Keith, Regional Executive Director of Otterbein Portage Valley, Pemberville, has announced Otterbein Portage Valley's skilled nursing facility has earned a deficiency-free state survey.
A deficiency-free survey in Ohio's rigorous annual examination is one of the top indications of excellence for nursing facilities.  Facilities are thoroughly surveyed and rated on core criteria including: quality care, safety, administration, food service, nursing care and patient rights.
"Our state survey affirms the outstanding holistic care that is provided by our Partners (employees)," commented Keith.   "Having earned deficiency-free state surveys for two years in a row, the communities surrounding Otterbein Portage community can rest assured that we are ready and able to provide the nursing care that they may need."  Otterbein Portage Valley's skilled nursing facility is one part of the continuing care retirement community that also includes independent living and assisted living.  Mr. Keith invites all to come and visit the community to experience the spirit of Otterbein.
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