PERRYSBURG MESSENGER JOURNAL

When God made volunteers

November 15 is National Philanthropy Day, which celebrates charitable activities, including volunteering

Nearly a dozen residents of Roberts Avenue and Sun Air Boulevard attended the Perrysburg Township trustees’ November 6 meeting to request their streets be put at the top of the road list for resurf

Perrysburg voters said yes to schools and garbage pick-up November 5, and voted in some new folks while letting others go.

Journal readers are everywhere

From there to here, from here to there, Perrysburg Messenger Journal readers are everywhere.

ROSSFORD RECORD JOURNAL

Open enrollment has brought in an additional 147 students to the Rossford School District this year.

Rossford voters in Tuesday’s general election supported four new property tax levies and returned three incumbent school board members to office, according to unofficial vote totals from the Wood C

Marching Bulldogs earn a return trip to state

The Rossford High School marching band competed October 26 at the Swanton Bulldog Bowl OMEA marching band competition.

Park commissioners view construction progress at Sawyer Quarry Preserve

Plans for an interpretive center at Sawyer Quarry Preserve on Lime City Road are progressing.

HOLLAND-SPRINGFIELD JOURNAL

At the October 23 meeting, the Springfield Board of Education accepted the retirement of two certified employees and approved a number of leaves of absence.

Halim Clinic, 6855 Spring Valley Drive, Holland, is now offering free dental services.

Holland-Springfield area voters in Tuesday’s general election supported two property tax levies.

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The Springfield Township trustees are prepared to offer a reward leading to the prosecution and conviction of the person responsible for vandalizing a township business last month.

POINT AND SHORELAND JOURNAL

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Pat Konwinski gives a green thumbs up next to the curbside flower pot she took care of as part of the Adopt-a-Pot volunteer program.

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HONORING ALL WHO SERVED

State Representative Michael Sheehy of Oregon announced last week $1,468,714 in funding for the TARTA bus system in Rossford and Lucas County, which was passed with Democratic backing in the state’

Obituaries

P. Richard Guest, 92, of Perrysburg, died in his home Monday, November 4, 2019, with family by his side. Richard was employed as a chief engineer by Owens-Illinois, retiring in 1987.

THOMAS O. WARNS

Thomas O. Warns, 87, of Perrysburg, passed away Friday, November 8, 2019, surrounded by his loving family. Tom was born December 27, 1931, in Toledo, Ohio, to Norman and Glenna (Robinson) Warns.

WILMA M. JIMISON

Wilma M. (Grolle) Jimison, 98, of Perrysburg, passed away Wednesday, November 6, 2019, in Strongsville, Ohio. Wilma was born February 4, 1921, in Perrysburg, Ohio, to Edward J. and Wava M.

ELIZABETH “LIZ” BARRETT SHOOK

Elizabeth “Liz” Barrett Shook left this world, and was enfolded in God’s arms, after a tragic auto accident on Halloween night, October 31, 2019, while driving her daughter and her daughter’s frien

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