|Area Events: 03-22-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Friday, 22 March 2013 08:30|
Train show is Sunday
FINDLAY - The Flag City Train Show returns for its 10th year on Sunday at Northwest Ohio Railroad Preservation, on the northeast corner of I-75 at Exit 161. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The show will feature model trains, toy trains and railroad memorabilia for sale.
Admission is $3, children 12 and under are free with paid adult. Inside the museum will be operating train layouts and static displays of a full-scale motorcar and antique Erector sets.
Kids and adults can also enjoy a quarter-scale live-steam train ride for $2, or $1for children. The ride will take people to a tour inside.
Quarter-scale train rides, powered by a diesel or steam engine, run most Sundays and during many more family oriented special events, such as an Easter Egg Hunt on March 30.
For more information, call (419) 721-1175 or go to www.nworrp.org.
Owens to host job fair
Area college and university graduates and students are invited to learn about and explore various employment opportunities available throughout the surrounding region as Owens Community College serves as host to the Collegiate Employ-Net Regional Job Fair on April 5.
It will be from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the sollege's Student Health and Activities Center. Job seekers holding a certificate or degree are invited to attend this free event.
Individuals can meet with over 70 business and industry representatives about employment opportunities. Individuals are also encouraged to bring several copies of their resume.
Employers in attendance will include Advance Staffing Solutions, African Safari Wildlife Park, Cummins Bridgeway LLC, Epilepsy Center of Northwest Ohio, Fastenal, HCR ManorCare/Heartland, Kingston Care Center of Sylvania, Motor Carrier Service Inc., New York Life, Piping Industry Training Center, ProMedica, Recreation Unlimited, Smart Bioscience Inc., Toledo Correctional Institution, Toledo Zoo, Total Quality Logistics and Verizon Wireless.
Fulton County to break ground for 9/11 Memorial Project
WAUSEON - A ground breaking ceremony for the Fulton County 9/11 Memorial Project will be held on April 14 at 2 p.m. at the Fulton County Fairgrounds, North East Entrance.
The Fulton County 9/11 Memorial Committee would be unjust if we said that we don't have mixed emotions regarding the ground breaking event. Our journey has been one far beyond the honor of receiving and memorializing a piece of steel from one of the towers.
In February of 2011, Wauseon Asst Chief Rick Sluder announced at the County Association Dinner that an Artifact from the 9/11 Terrorist Attack had been awarded to Wauseon Fire Department and that department voted to extend the recipient list to all the Fulton County Fire Departments, Law Enforcement Agencies and Veterans.
State offers free camping at 54 campgrounds on April 18
COLUMBUS - A night of free camping will be available at 54 campgrounds within Ohio State Parks on April 18.
Campers can make a free reservation for a stay that includes the Free Camping Day. To make the reservation, people must call the Ohio State Parks Reservation Call Center at 866-644-6727. Customers can also reserve online but will pay the standard reservation fee. Walk-ins are also welcome on April 18, but space is limited.
For more information about campground availability, reservations and amenities, go to: http://bit.ly/freecamping.
|Last Updated on Friday, 22 March 2013 09:27|
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