Event Calendar

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Celina Mercer County Chamber Annual Awards Banquet Event Details

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The Celina Mercer County Chamber Annual Awards Banquet is scheduled for Thursday, March 5th at Romer's in Celina. Featured Guest Speaker will be
Brian Blasko "Cruisin thru Life at 35 MPH"
Chamber Awards will be given out after guest speaker.
for tickets call 419-586-2219

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4TH Annual Wine/Craft Beer Tasting Event Details

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The 4TH Annual Wine/Craft Beer Tasting in Rockford will take place on March 7th at the Rockford Community Building from 7 – 10 pm. Join us as we welcome Java Nation as our guest host. Pre-sale tickets will be $20. Tickets the day of the event will be $25. Tickets go on sale beginning February 13 and will be available at the Rockford Village Office, Barrys Family Market and Java Nation.

Six drink tastings, appetizers and live music will be included in ticket pricing. Extra tasting tickets will be available for purchase.

All proceeds to benefit Community Days activities – June 19-21.

Any questions call Amy Joseph @ 419-953-7874 or Luke Stephenson @ 419-733-0285

Look for more information for other upcoming events – Family Fun Bowling Tournament on March 14th and Rollerskating on March 15th.

Grand Lake St. Marys Polar Plunge Event Details

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Grand Lake St. Marys Polar Plunge

Saturday, March 7, 2015

Join us on March 7, 2015 for the 8th Annual Grand Lake St. Marys Polar Plunge and show your support of Special Olympics Ohio's athletes at this unique and crazy fundraising event.

Plungers are required to raise a minimum of $75 or $50 (students) in pledges by the day of the event. Plungers must be a minimum of eight years of age to participate.

After you register online be sure to create your own fundraising page. You can customize your page and email your family and friends. You can earn incentive prizes by raising additional funds!

Form a team and invite your friends and family to participate. We encourage team fundraising, but please make sure every Plunger has at least the minimum donation at check-in.

If you have previously registered online for a plunge or another Special Olympics Ohio event, please login with your user name and password.

For more information about the Grand Lake St. Mary's Polar Plunge contact Kate Burdett at 614.239.7050 or kburdett@sooh.org.

Grand Lake St. Marys Polar Plunge

Wine & Canvas Event Details

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5:30 pm9:00 pm

The Petersburg Parishes will host a Wine & Canvas event on Saturday, March 7, at the Palazzo, South Main Street, Botkins.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m., with painting from 6 to 9 p.m. The event is open to the public.
All the supplies are waiting for guest participants to create their own masterpieces. A highly-trained instructor will assist them in recreating the featured artwork step-by-step while they relax, sip, snack, and paint along. Each guest will then take his or her artwork home, and leave the clean-up behind.
The cost is $40 per person, with any proceeds donated to the parishes' Father Lawrence Tebbe Memorial Fund to construct and stock community ponds in the developing world. The fee includes canvas, supplies for painting, one glass of wine, and appetizers. Additional drinks will be available for purchase. Seating is limited.
States Rachel Barber, who is assisting with the evening,"One of our commission members, Jenni Doseck, had attended a Wine and Canvas event, and was excited about bringing the concept to this area. It also provides a natural tie-in to the Tebbe fund, since Fr. Tebbe was such a well-known painter."
Wine and Canvas was founded in Indianapolis in 2010, and now reaches across the nation with its painting parties. The company urges participants to "[let] their inner artist out to create a masterpiece...to leave [their] cares at the door and dive in to the paint party!"
Those who wish to make reservations should do so via the St. Joseph Church office, 309 Perry Street, Wapakoneta, 419/738-2115.
The Petersburg Parishes of Botkins Immaculate Conception, Fryburg St. John, Rhine St. Lawrence, and Wapakoneta St. Joseph are named for the now-vanished Petersburg settlement (between Wapakoneta and Botkins) from which the parishes emerged in the 19th century.

Holy Rosary School “Night at the Races” Event Details

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5:30 pm

Holy Rosary School
“Night at the Races”
10 Races in all
Held at Galaxy Starlite Event Hall
Doors open at 5:30 races start at 7
Ticket includes dinner, snacks, soda and beer
served all evening!!!
Dinner Served from 5:30-6:30
DJ: Nick Wilson
Presale Tickets $20 per person
After February 15th - $25 per person
Reserve a table & tickets for 6 - $150
Tickets can be purchased at Holy Rosary Parish Offi ce - 419-394-5050
Holy Rosary School - 419-394-5291
or by contacting
Annette Moore - 419-394-1078
VARIOUS AUCTIONS
THROUGHOUT THE EVENING
March 7, 2015

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"Unchained Melody" Event Details

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2:00 pm

Joel Cartright (l), Mike Altstaetter (c), and Mike Gehrlich (r), all from Botkins, rehearse "Unchained Melody" for the Music of Our Lives concert on Sunday, March 8, 2 p.m., at Immaculate Conception Church, North Main Street, Botkins. Organized in honor of the church's 150th birthday in 2015, the concert will feature a mix of music from 1865, 1915, and 1965. It will also include several singalongs for all in attendance. The concert is free and open to the public; elevator access to the church is available at the southeast entrance to the building.

Fort Recovery Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Banquet Event Details

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6:00 pm

Fort Recovery Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Banquet Honoring the 2014 Citizen of the year and Hall of Fame Recipients Sunday march 8th beginning at 6pm with social hour, and dinner at 6:45pm, program & awards will be at 7:30pm in the Ft Recovery Middle School Auditoria. Tickets are $10 each and are available at Fort Recovery Village Hall. For more in visit

Fort Recovery Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Banquet

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“MAIN EVENT” Event Details

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8:00 am2:00 pm

MARCH MADNESS for the MEN! Fellas - this one's for you! Clean out your "Manly Man" items and sell them here at the “MAIN EVENT” held at the Mercer County Fairgrounds in the Cooper Farms JR Fair Building on Saturday March 14 from 8am-2pm. You can reserve a spot to sell or just go to shop! For more information or to reserve your spot call 419-586-3239

St. Patrick's Day Dance with the live band - Blind Date Event Details

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8:00 pm11:00 pm

St. Patrick's Day Dance with the live band - Blind Date

Saturday - March 14th, 2015 from 8 pm - 11 pm
Doors open at 7.

Rockford Community Building - $10 person at the door

Beverages ** Snacks ** Sandwiches

Sponsored by St. Teresa Parish

Raffle / Door Prizes / 50/50

Open to the public

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"Lessons Learned Working and Walking in Solidarity with People Living on the Margins," Event Details

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2:00 pm

The public is invited to attend the free presentation, "Lessons Learned Working and Walking in Solidarity with People Living on the Margins,"
by Bonnie Neumeier, on Sunday, March 15, 2 p.m., in St. Joseph Church PLC/Adult Center, Wapakoneta. Attendees should use the Blackhoof Street parking lot to access the Adult Center.
Bonnie Neumeier is a 1967 graduate of St. Joseph High School and a daughter of the late Elmer and Mary Louise Neumeier, long time parishioners of St. Joseph. She describes herself as a community activist, teacher, storyteller, poet, listener, and one who includes everyone. She is one of the women who founded Peaslee Neighborhood Center, the Drop Inn Center Shelter House for the Homeless, Over -the-Rhine Community Housing, and the Over-the-Rhine People’s Movement in an inner city neighborhood of Cincinnati. Over-the-Rhine is experiencing gentrification that disregards poor people, who have made this place home for years, but now are being displaced and forgotten by development efforts that often do not take into consideration the needs of families who are poor.
All are welcome to attend what promises to be an inspiring presentation. The event is hosted by the Petersburg Parishes' Social Justice Commission.
The Petersburg Parishes of Botkins Immaculate Conception, Fryburg St. John, Rhine St. Lawrence, and Wapakoneta St. Joseph are named for the now-vanished Petersburg settlement (between Wapakoneta and Botkins) from which the parishes emerged in the 19th century. They are served by Pastor Patrick Sloneker and Assistant Pastor Daniel Hunt. For more information about Bonnie Neumeier's presentation, call 419/738-4924.

Family Skate Day Event Details

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4:00 pm7:30 pm

FAMILY FUN SKATE

Rockford Community Days is sponsoring a family skate day at the
Woodland Roller Dome & Family Fun Center in St. Marys, Ohio on
March 15th from 4-7:30 pm.

Admission is $6.50 per skater. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Snacks and beverages are available on location.

Come out for a fun family event !!

All proceeds benefit Rockford Community Days activities.

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“Bowl for Kids’ Sake” Event Details

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Big Brothers Big Sisters seeks Teams to “Bowl for Kids’ Sake”
St. Marys, Ohio — Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mercer, Auglaize, & Van Wert Counties is looking for businesses, organizations and individuals to participate in its 25th Annual Bowl For Kids’ Sake event. The event will take place at Pla-Mor lanes in Coldwater on March 20th with the first shift starting at 5:30pm and the second shift starting at 8:00pm. In Van Wert, it will run on April 10th at Olympic Lanes with shifts starting at 5:30pm and 8:00pm; and in St. Marys, it will be held on April 24th at Varsity Lanes with a shift starting at 7:30pm.
“Last year our event drew over 40 teams and more than 240 bowlers” says Event Coordinator Abby Balster. “Our goal this year is to have more than 60 teams and over 350 bowlers,” she says. The event is one of the agency’s largest fundraisers of the year, raising over 15% of its operating revenues. “Last year, Bowl for Kids’ Sake raised $19,000 to support our youth mentoring program. We are hoping to see new teams form from Coldwater and St. Marys areas with having new events in those towns this year.”
Local businesses can support the event by becoming a sponsor for the event and encouraging employees to participate as Team Captains and team members. Our sponsorships range in price from $1,000 to $50. For teams of that are not corporate sponsored the registration fee is $150. All teams may have up to 6 bowlers and every bowler will receive 2 hours of unlimited bowling, free shoe rental, and a Bowl for Kids' Sake t-shirt. Balster notes you don’t have to be a good bowler to participate in the event. “I’m the prime example of that – last year I think I bowled an 95. I may not have won but at least I had a lot fun bowling!” Balster says.
Costumes, clever team names, and friendly competition are also encouraged. Some of the teams from last year included Post Printing, Coldwater Mall, Eaton Corporation, Shultz, Huber, and Associates. Major business supporters last year were Purmort Brothers Insurance, Celina Moose Lodge, Reynolds and Reynolds, and Stammen Paragon Insurance.
Business teams will be joined by teams of children and their mentors who participate in the Big Brothers Big Sisters School and Community-Based Mentoring program. Teams of children ages 5-15 (“Littles”) from 5 elementary and middle schools and their “Bigs” from 13 high schools are expected to participate in this year’s event.
“This is a fabulous event that brings the whole community together,” says Balster. “It’s a way anyone can support Big Brothers Big Sisters vision – that all children achieve success in life. We know not everyone may be able to serve as a mentor for a child, but by participating in this event as a bowler, team captain, or sponsor, anyone can help start a child on the right path. Every dollar raised through Bowl for Kids’ Sake directly funds our mentoring programs in Auglaize, Mercer, and Van Wert Counties and helps to maintain and sustain our mentoring relationships, increasing kids’ chances for success.”
To take part in this year’s event, call Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mercer, Auglaize, & Van Wert Counties (419-394-2990) to receive the necessary form to register a team. Businesses wishing to sponsor the event and volunteers who would like to help out on the bowling dates are also encouraged to call for more information. Major Sponsors for the event are Purmort Brothers Insurance, H.A. Dorsten, Reynolds and Reynolds, Auglaize Industries, Francis Furniture, and Kohl’s Cares.

The Crescent Players presents the The Wizard of Oz! Event Details

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The Crescent Players presents the The Wizard of Oz! Performances are: St Henry High School- Friday March 20 @ 7pm; Saturday March 21@ 7pm and Sunday March 22 @ 2pm. James F. Dicke Auditorium, New Bremen- Friday March 27 @ 7pm; Saturday March 28 @ 2pm & 7pm and Sunday March 29 @ 2pm. Presale tickets will be available at St. Henry/Minster True Value Hardware for $8 (children/students/sr. citizens) and $10 (adults). Tickets will cost $2 more at the door. Concessions will be available. Questions? Call 419-678-4643. The Wizard of Oz is presented through special arrangements with Tams-Witmark Music Library, INC.

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The Crescent Players presents the The Wizard of Oz! Event Details

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The Crescent Players presents the The Wizard of Oz! Performances are: St Henry High School- Friday March 20 @ 7pm; Saturday March 21@ 7pm and Sunday March 22 @ 2pm. James F. Dicke Auditorium, New Bremen- Friday March 27 @ 7pm; Saturday March 28 @ 2pm & 7pm and Sunday March 29 @ 2pm. Presale tickets will be available at St. Henry/Minster True Value Hardware for $8 (children/students/sr. citizens) and $10 (adults). Tickets will cost $2 more at the door. Concessions will be available. Questions? Call 419-678-4643. The Wizard of Oz is presented through special arrangements with Tams-Witmark Music Library, INC.

Comedy Dinner Night at Galaxy Event Details

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Casino Night Event Details

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7:00 pm

Try your luck at Vegas-style gaming and help improve Grand Lake St. Marys. That’s the premise behind the recently-announced Casino Night, to be held at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 21, 2015 at Romer’s Catering and Entertainment in Celina, OH. Presented by the Lake Improvement Association and the Celina Lake Festival Committee, proceeds from Casino Night will go toward improving Grand Lake St. Marys and Lake Festival fireworks.

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Casino Night will feature:

• Games including Blackjack, Texas Hold ‘Em, Showdown, Chuck-a-Luck Wheel, slot machines and carnival games (golf and bean bags)

• Music with DJ

• Hearty appetizers and cash bar

• Auctions and raffle

Each guest will start with $10,000 in play money; at the end of the night the play money can be “cashed in” for prizes. Tickets are $25/single and $45/couple, and can be purchased online or at the Celina/Mercer Chamber of Commerce, the Auglaize/Mercer Counties CVB, or from any LIA executive board or Lake Festival committee member (call 419-586-0993 and leave a message for the Lake Festival committee).

“With Casino Night, we hope to show the community a fabulous night of entertainment in which everyone can play the part of a high roller and many will go home with great prizes,” said LIA Vice President Mark Piening. “We’re thrilled to collaborate with the Lake Festival committee, whose members share our dedication to making Grand Lake St. Marys a go-to recreation destination. Of course, the ultimate goal is improving the lake experience for everyone, and every dollar the LIA raises through Casino Night will go toward that effort.”

CASINO NIGHT

What: A fundraiser for Grand Lake St. Marys.

When: Saturday, March 21, 2015. Doors open at 7pm. Gaming starts at 7:30pm.

Where: Romer’s Catering, 1100 S. Main St., Celina, OH 45822

Why: Improve Grand Lake St. Marys and support Lake Festival fireworks.

Tickets: $25/single, $45/couple.

All proceeds go toward LakeFest fireworks and improving Grand Lake St. Marys.

Casino Night

Bowling Bash Event Details

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8:00 pm11:55 pm

Join us for crazy fun and an exciting night of
Scotch Doubles Bowling at Astro Lanes in Wapakoneta from 8pm to 11:55pm
8 Members per team
Registration- $100 per team (Only $12.50 Per Person)
Includes 3 Games of Bowling and shoe rental

***Limited to first 16 Teams registered***
Team is considered officially registered upon receipt of registration fee

Door Prizes ~ Team Prizes ~ Crazy Challenges ~ Best Poker Hand ~ 50/50 Drawing
To regiter call chamber at 419-738-2911 or visit
SIGN-UP FOR A GREAT TIME!

Bowling Bash

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The Auglaize County Historical Society will host The Community Within: Event Details

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The Auglaize County Historical Society will host The Community Within: Discovering African American History in Rural Ohio, on Sunday, March 22, 2 p.m., New Knoxville Village Hall, Main Street, New Knoxville. The event is free and open to the public.

Many rural areas in Ohio have long-established black communities that are often invisible to the larger white communities in which they reside. This program relates the adventure of reclaiming the lost history of African Americans in Knox County, Ohio while explaining the benefits of including minority populations within celebrations of heritage and sharing strategies for undertaking such projects in communities of various sizes and racial and ethnic makeups.

Ric Sheffield is Professor of Legal Studies and Sociology at Kenyon College. In addition to having served as Associate Provost of the College, he is the Director of Kenyon’s Law & Society Program and the John Adams Summer Scholars Program in Socio-legal Studies. His research has focused upon the relationship between law and issues of gender, race, and ethnicity. He has lectured widely on issued of race and law as well as African Americans in rural Ohio.

Founded in 1963, the Auglaize County Historical Society collects, preserves, interprets, and shares the history of Auglaize County and its people through exhibits, programs, and publications. For more information about this or any other Historical Society programs, please call 419/738-9328. The Auglaize County Historical Society is on Facebook, too!

The Crescent Players presents the The Wizard of Oz! Event Details

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The Crescent Players presents the The Wizard of Oz! Performances are: St Henry High School- Friday March 20 @ 7pm; Saturday March 21@ 7pm and Sunday March 22 @ 2pm. James F. Dicke Auditorium, New Bremen- Friday March 27 @ 7pm; Saturday March 28 @ 2pm & 7pm and Sunday March 29 @ 2pm. Presale tickets will be available at St. Henry/Minster True Value Hardware for $8 (children/students/sr. citizens) and $10 (adults). Tickets will cost $2 more at the door. Concessions will be available. Questions? Call 419-678-4643. The Wizard of Oz is presented through special arrangements with Tams-Witmark Music Library, INC.

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Annual Spring Open House Event Details

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4:00 pm6:00 pm

On Thursday, March 26 from 4–6 p.m. Wright State University Lake Campus will host their Annual Spring Open House. Inquiring students will have the chance to see first-hand how WSULC prepare students for a lifetime of opportunities with superior academic choices, a campus close to home, and tuition that is among the lowest in the state. They can also Explore programs, Find out about new campus housing, Learn more about financial aid and scholarship opportunities, and Tour WSULC state-of-the-art facility. Register online http://lake.wright.edu/admissions/open-house or by phone at 1-800-237-1477.

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The Crescent Players presents the The Wizard of Oz! Event Details

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The Crescent Players presents the The Wizard of Oz! Performances James F. Dicke Auditorium, New Bremen- Friday March 27 @ 7pm; Saturday March 28 @ 2pm & 7pm and Sunday March 29 @ 2pm. Presale tickets will be available at St. Henry/Minster True Value Hardware for $8 (children/students/sr. citizens) and $10 (adults). Tickets will cost $2 more at the door. Concessions will be available. Questions? Call 419-678-4643. The Wizard of Oz is presented through special arrangements with Tams-Witmark Music Library, INC.

Promoting the Arts in Mercer County Event Details

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7:00 pm9:00 pm

Lake Area Arts Group

Promoting the Arts in Mercer County

Inspiring people to create, nurture, and appreciate the arts

Jane Dippold Creator of paint and paper collages Illustrator of children’s books Friday, March 27 Meet the artist; See her display, and Interact with other from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.at Java Nation, 108 S. Main, in Celina.

Rockford Lions Club Presents the Annual Rockford Variety Show Rockford has talent! Event Details

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Rockford Lions Club Presents the Annual Rockford Variety Show Rockford has talent!
The Variety Show will take place on Saturday Friday March 27 at 7:30pm The Parkway High School Auditorium… Tickets available to be purchased at the door or at the following locations Henkel’s insurance, Peoples Bank, 1st Financial, and Barry’s Market. Tickets are $7 for adult and $5 for children 12 and under. All profits go to community charitable projects and student scholarships

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The Crescent Players presents the The Wizard of Oz! Event Details

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The Crescent Players presents the The Wizard of Oz! Performances James F. Dicke Auditorium, New Bremen- Friday March 27 @ 7pm; Saturday March 28 @ 2pm & 7pm and Sunday March 29 @ 2pm. Presale tickets will be available at St. Henry/Minster True Value Hardware for $8 (children/students/sr. citizens) and $10 (adults). Tickets will cost $2 more at the door. Concessions will be available. Questions? Call 419-678-4643. The Wizard of Oz is presented through special arrangements with Tams-Witmark Music Library, INC.

Heart and Sole 5K Event Details

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The 2nd Annual Heart and Sole 5K will take place on Saturday March 28 from 9am-5pm at Eldora Speedway, in New Westin
This 5K will feature cash prizes to the top three males and female finishers, custom medals for the top three male and female finishers in each age division, Tech Shirt, post-race refreshments, and LOTS of CHOCOLATE! Proceeds from this event will benefit the State of the Heart Care Center located at Wayne Healthcare For more information call Christy Baker 937-548-2999 or visit http://www.stateoftheheartcare.org

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny Event Details

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9:00 am11:00 am

Have Breakfast with the Easter Bunny on Saturday March 28 from 9am-11am at Community Health Professionals Community Room, 803 Brewfield Drive in Wapakoneta. Bring your children for breakfast and a photo shoot with the Easter Bunny…. Games and crafts to entertain everyone! Admission is free and open to the public, but donations will be accepted for Community Health Professionals (CHP) Patient Care Fund. CHP's Hospice Patient Care Fund helps to provide care for patients and families with limited or no health coverage and to offset unrecoverable costs. For more information call 419-738-7430

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The Crescent Players presents the The Wizard of Oz! Event Details

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The Crescent Players presents the The Wizard of Oz! Performances James F. Dicke Auditorium, New Bremen- Friday March 27 @ 7pm; Saturday March 28 @ 2pm & 7pm and Sunday March 29 @ 2pm. Presale tickets will be available at St. Henry/Minster True Value Hardware for $8 (children/students/sr. citizens) and $10 (adults). Tickets will cost $2 more at the door. Concessions will be available. Questions? Call 419-678-4643. The Wizard of Oz is presented through special arrangements with Tams-Witmark Music Library, INC.

New Idea Corn Pickers and related New Idea Farm Equip Exhibit Event Details

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1:00 pm4:00 pm

March 29, 2015, Sunday, 1:00 – 4:00, New Idea Corn Pickers and related NI Farm
Equipment Posters & photographs Exhibit, at the Mercer County Historical Museum.
Former New Idea Employees are invited to share their stories of the Corn Pickers.
Hosts: The New Idea Historic Preservation Committee.

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26th Annual Business Person's Breakfast Event Details

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7:30 am9:00 am

The 26th Annual Business Person's Breakfast will be held at the St.
Marys Community Public Library on Thursday, April 2, 2015 from 7:30 to 9 a.m.

Our speaker will be Pat Clark and John Spencer from Ohio Means Jobs, ODJFS.

They will be speaking on:
1) Reverse Job Fair - This program is offered by the Ohio Department of Job & Family Services and provides you the unique opportunity to meet face-to-face with the skilled labor force in your industry,
2) Ohio Learn to Earn - Helps employers find good candidates for job openings and trains those workers at no cost for 24 hours a week, up to
6 weeks, and the State of Ohio handles the Workers Comp. and
3) OhioMeansJobs.com - Access to OhioMeansJobs Business Support Center, online or local, save resumes, post jobs, and so much more.

Enjoy a delicious breakfast from Creative Catering by Cathy Flynn, and an opportunity to network with your business colleagues from the community.

Please register by March 27th for the Business Person's Breakfast by calling the Library at 419-394-7471 or e-mail, Susan Pittman at pittmasu@oplin.org.

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MAC Wingfest! Event Details

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4:00 pm

The New Bremen Sons of the American Legion is proud to present the MAC Wingfest! Since its inaugural event in 2007, the MAC Wingfest has raised over $25,000 for local and national charities. The day starts with wings from many bars, restaurants, and caterers from around the Midwest Athletic Conference made available to you at one convenient location! Find out which wings you like the best without having to travel all over God's Country! Get five wings for just three bucks! After you've tried 'em, you help to decide which participant wins the coveted "People's Choice Award"! A panel of celebrity judges will take many aspects of the wings into consideration before awarding our winners with replica MAC Championship trophies. Stick around for some of the best entertainment the area has to offer.

LIVE music by NASHVILLE CRUSH
will begin at 8:30 - Country that ROCKS! There are plenty of drink selections for your enjoyment!

Early Winger Special

FREE ENTRY from 4:00 - 6:00 pm

Just $7 after 6:00 pm

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