Lifestyle Briefs: 11-12

Food pantry fundraiser set Sunday in BG
The Bowling Green Christian Food Pantry will hold a Premier Jewelry Party fundraiser this Sunday from
2:30 to 4 p.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church, 200 N. Summit.
The party is open to the public. All "hostess" perks will be given as door prizes.
For details call (419) 260-4202.
Elderly adult independence focus on WBGU-TV
Independent living for older adults will be the focus of WBGU-PBS’ program "NW Ohio Journal,"
airing tonight at 8.
Today, many more seniors are choosing to remain in their own home instead of entering a nursing home.
Issues such as meal assistance, home health care, mobility concerns and income eligibility will be
discussed with guests from the Hancock Co. Agency on Aging and Wood Co. Committee on Aging.
Call-in questions will be welcomed.
Singles plan football party
FINDLAY – All Singles will host a Football Party Night dance this Saturday at the Humane Society Hall,
4550 Fostoria Ave., Ohio 12 East. Doors open at 8 p.m.
Admission is $7 and open to all area adult singles. Wear favorite team jerseys.
Wedding ring found in dump amid 10 tons of trash
PARSIPPANY, N.J. (AP) – Sanitation workers sorted through 10 tons of trash to recover a wedding ring
accidentally thrown away by a New Jersey couple.
Bridget Pericolo had placed the ring in a cup that her husband, Angelo, threw out with the garbage before
leaving for work. When he realized the mistake, he contacted the town’s sanitation supervisor, who
suggested coming by the Parsippany dump.
Supervisor Michael Brotons and sanitation workers Edgar Lopez and Joseph McGee dug through the refuse
until they found the garbage bag that Angelo Pericolo had thrown away.
The Pericolos recently celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary.