Joyful Connections opens outside visitation space
OAK HARBOR — This previous week the dream of an out of doors visitation area turned a actuality for the visiting events, kids and employees of Joyful Connections.
Because of a $5,000 Vitality Harbor Charitable Grant, Joyful Connections was in a position to plan and implement this “a lot requested” area. Along with fencing, the grant enabled Joyful Connections to buy panorama stone, an industrial picnic desk, two Adirondack chairs, an out of doors chair and desk for employees use, a storage field and quite a few exterior video games and actions.
Joyful Connections, Ottawa County’s useful resource for Supervised Visitations and Exchanges, gives a protected and safe atmosphere for kids to go to with non-residential members of the family.
Remaining Historical past Roundtable classes cowl Kennedys, ghost tales
The remaining three classes of History Roundtable with Mike Gilbert this season will cowl the Kennedy household, Northwest Ohio tales and historic ghost tales.
Spots are nonetheless accessible for the online-only program led by Gilbert, a neighborhood historian and retired instructor.
Classes are from 10-11:30 a.m. On-line admission is $5 per session. Preregistration and pre-payment are required.
Those that register will obtain a hyperlink to hitch the dwell program. Those that can’t attend dwell on-line will obtain a hyperlink to the recorded program.
The schedule of remaining classes is:
Saturday — The Fitzgerald and Kennedy Dynasties — One of many biggest political dynasties in American historical past would be the focus on this thrilling take a look at the people behind the Fitzgerald and Kennedy households Expertise the triumph, scandal, corruption and heartache interwoven all through every technology.
Oct. 16 — Northwest Ohio Tales — Murderers, gangsters and heroes abound in these thrilling tales of Northwest Ohio. Take heed to the tales of those that took heart stage in these outstanding occasions.
Oct. 23 — Historic Hauntings — In one of many extra widespread shows, check out historic hauntings from around the globe. All new and assured to ship a chill down your backbone.
For info, name 419-332-2081, or go to rbhayes.org.
Crown Battery names Dahm clients service supervisor
Crown Battery Manufacturing Firm introduced Chris Dahm has been appointed customer support supervisor. Dahm will leverage almost 20 years of administration and product experience in firm operations to guide buyer satisfaction and retention initiatives.
Dahm joined Crown Battery in 2002 as a manufacturing supervisor. He served as an assistant superintendent for each of the corporate product group operations — SLI (beginning, lighting and ignition), and most not too long ago, Industrial.
“I’ve been in manufacturing for 26 years, and nearly 20 in a administration capability with Crown,” Dahm stated. “Realizing and having the ability to share the small print and finest practices of merchandise and manufacturing processes on either side of the home with our crew of customer support professionals will allow them to higher talk and provide options to potential and long-time clients, whatever the software in query.”
Sophia Ford named August Rotary Pupil of the Month
Terra State Group
Ford, from Petersburg, Michigan, graduated from Summerfield Jr./Sr. Excessive College in 2020. At Summerfield, Ford was an honor roll scholar, graduating prime 10 of her class and as a four-year scholarly athlete.
Now at Terra State, she is taking lessons towards an affiliate of arts diploma. She is a member of the Terra State Titans volleyball crew.
Her time as a scholar and on the volleyball crew has taught her a lot about teamwork, dedication, accountability and drive.
GCM Truck, Trailer and Auto Restore rejoice with ribbon chopping
The Sandusky County Chamber of Commerce celebrated the grand re-opening of GCM Truck, Trailer and Auto Restore (previously Ron’s Truck, Trailer & Auto Restore) with a ribbon chopping ceremony Sept. 16.
GCM Truck, Trailer and Auto Restore, 2673 E. State St., Fremont, gives restore providers for autos, RVs, vehicles, trailers and business gear. GCM has been serving Fremont and the encompassing communities for 30 years.
The celebration of GCM Truck, Trailer and Auto Restore’s new title and brand came about throughout Nationwide Truck Driver Appreciation Week.