Friday, April 20, 2018
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  • Holding Court in Grove
    Last Wednesday, April 11, the Ohio Supreme Court held an ‘Off-Site Court’ session at Ottawa-Glandorf High School. Students from throughout the county were granted the opportunity to ask questions of the Justices prior to the official proceedings.
  • 23 — Powers of Attorney & Trustee Investment Powers, 6:30 p.m., Putnam County Library, Columbus Grove location. Presented by Joseph C. Schroeder.

  • During Monday evening’s meeting of Kalida’s village council, the Park Board submitted its goals for 2018, to be completed through cooperation with the village.
  • A blood drive will be held at the Ottawa American Legion Hall ...
  • Beta Eta Chapter Vice President Karen Steffan opened the April 7 meeting at the Wassenberg Art Center in Van Wert, Ohio. Lindsey Moore, K-6 Music Instructor at Crestview Schools...
  • Children's Area dedicated at PCDL
    This past Saturday, April 7, the Children’s Area of the Putnam County District Library, Ottawa location was dedicated in honor of Jane Dobmeyer.
  • 14 — Farmers’ Share Breakfast, 8 - 10 a.m., St. John’s Fellowship Hall, 109 N, Main St., Glandorf
  • This year the Putnam County Council on Aging is celebrating it’s 40th Anniversary of serving Putnam County residents age 60 and better.
  • On March 27, 2018 in celebration of DD Awareness Month, representatives from Putnam County People First donated a total of nine books to local elementary school libraries in Putnam County.
  • Optimist Character Award recipient
    Miller City-New Cleveland student Luke Peck received the Optimists’ Character Award for the month of March.
  • Community events through Thursday, April 12.
  • Each year, Public Health Week is celebrated during the first week of April. This year’s theme is “Healthiest Nation 2030: Changing our Future Together.”
  • Rob Schmersal never thought he would write a book
  • Putnam County People First Advocates made a visit to the Giblin Family home to give them a, "Welcome to the neighborhood," basket.
  • The Putnam County Right to Life held a meeting Tuesday, March 6, and opened with a pro-life prayer led by Ann Warnecke.

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