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Sandusky’s Summer Park Program- July 6th – August 7th-  This year’s Five-Week Program will visit six parks on a daily basis and provide lunch for participants.  There will be quality tradition and non-traditional activities.
Camp Limit:  18 kids per park per day        Ages:  K to 12th Grade
FREE and Registration is Required
For more information or register for this program or other Summer Youth Camps (Gymnastics, Golf & Living the Wild Life) go to http://CityOfSandusky.com/Residents/Recreation

 

Huron County Community Library- MIND, BODY AND SOLE SUMMER READING!  JUNE 22 – JULY 31
     All Ages Are Invited                 Imagine Your Story             Read and social distance with activities, crafts, and more
Pick-Up a log at any of the Huron County Community Library locations. Join each and every day LIVE on Facebook or GoToMeeting for special programming, workshops and events

 

 

The Ohio Department of Health wants to urge the community to familiarize yourself with the symptoms of a Cold, Flu, and COVID-19

If you’re feeling sick, call your doctor first before going in.
Learn the different symptoms at http://www.Coronavirus.Ohio.gov

 

From The Erie County Health Department:
You can help slow the spread of COVID-19. Stay at home and wash your hands often with soap and water. If you begin to experience any flu-like symptoms such as fever, shortness of breath, or cough, you must self-quarantine for 14 days. This is critically important for anyone working in health care settings. We all must do our part to slow the spread and protect the most vulnerable members of our community. For more information, call the Erie County COVID-19 information center at 567-867-3243.

 

Ohio Dept. of Job & Family Services (ODJFS), which is responsible for unemployment compensation benefits, has been struggling to deal with the volume of Ohioans trying to apply for unemployment comp benefits.

If you need to file an unemployment claim, go to http://www.unemployment.ohio.gov.  A step-by-step guide to file your unemployment claim is available in the upper right-hand corner of the page.  Your benefits are retroactive to when you became eligible.  If possible, file claims during non-core business hours.

 

Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio needs your help now more than ever.  With the Covid-19 pandemic, there will be an increasing need to provide food for those in our community.  You can help by donating or volunteering.  Your donations will help get food into the hands of those who need it.  And volunteers are needed to sort and re-pack food, help on-site distribution, work in the office, and more.  Please go to https://www.secondharvestfoodbank.org/  to donate online and learn more information.

ERIE COUNTY PARTNER CHARITY FOOD DISTRIBUTIONS

  • FATHER’S HEART 1814 Milan Rd., Sandusky 419.609.0110 Weds and Sun | 3–4pm
  • LIGHTHOUSE ASSEMBLY OF GOD 820 Cleveland Rd. E., Huron 419.616.0088 Wednesdays | 9am -3pm Thursdays | 10am – 2pm
  • MILAN SALVATION ARMY 4 W.Church St., Milan Wednesdays | 9am-4pm Fridays | 9am – 4pm
  • OHgo at STROBEL FIELD 2118 Camp St., Sandusky 419.602.0856 Thursdays | 4-6pm
  • SANDUSKY SALVATION ARMY 3333 Columbus Ave., Sandusky 419.626.3862 Monday-Friday | 9am – 3pm
  • SANDUSKY CHURCH OF GOD 1018 W. Bogart Rd., Sandusky 419.625.9166 Call for emergency appointment. Delivery may be possible 2nd Saturday | 10am – 11am

HURON COUNTY PARTNER CHARITY FOOD DISTRIBUTIONS

  • FISH & LOAVES FOOD PANTRY 203 Maple St., Bellevue 419.484.2814 Wednesdays | 1-5pm
  • FITCHVILLE UMC FOOD PANTRY 1593 US Rt. 250 S., New London 419.929.8916 3rd Sat | 10am-12pm
  • NEW LONDON SALVATION ARMY 12 Akron St., New London 419.929.3320 Monday | 6pm-8pm Tuesday | 11:30am-2pm
  • NORWALK AREA FOOD BANK 99 Whittlesey Ave., Ste. D, Norwalk 419.660.1144 Last names A-M: Tuesdays | 10am-12pm, 1-3PM Last names N-Z: Thursdays | 10am-12pm, 1-3pm
  • NORWALK BAPTIST CHURCH 2084 US Hwy 20 W, Norwalk 419.668.4629 Satrdays 10am – 12pm
  • NORWALK SALVATION ARMY 55 Whittlesey Ave. Norwalk Hot Meal: Tues & Thurs | 11am-12pm Pantry: Tues-Fri (by appt only) 9am-12pm and 1pm-2pm Call (419) 668-4090 to set appt.
  • PLYMOUTH SHILOH CO-OP FOOD PANTRY 26 Mechanic St. 419.564.9863 Tuesdays | 10am – 12pm Thursdays | 4-6pm
  • WILLARD AREA FOOD BANK 8 Myrtle Ave., Willard 419.935-1236 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday | 1-4pm
  • WILLARD CHURCH OF GOD 4551 West Willard Rd., Willard 419.357.4642 Every other Saturday beginning 4/25/20 | 12pm – 2pm

Find programs that help families at risk for hunger in every community. Search the Second Harvest Partner Charity Directory. www.secondharvestfoodbank.org/find-help/partner-directory  This Institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider.

 

Family Life Counseling and Psychiatric Services now offering Telemental Health and Telerecovery Services. Call: (567) 560-3584   
The Center for Disease Control has warned: “The outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) may be stressful for people. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. Coping with stress will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger.”
Family Life Counseling and Psychiatric Services has good news! The agency  is now offering Telemental Health and Telerecovery Services Option to the community. Telemental Health and Telerecovery Services are the use of technology in order to provide real-time counseling and support services from a distance.  Getting the support you and your family need while sheltering at home just got easier.
Help is just a call away – (567) 560-3584

 

The Huron County Support Line is a free, non-judgmental, non-emergency support line available to every person in the county. Individuals can call to get support and learn about available mental health and recovery resources.  The Support Line is staffed by behavioral health professionals who are trained to help.
Why call the Support Line?
Call (567) 743-7155  when you need a safe place to:

  • Discuss problems, fears, and anxiety related to the COVID-19 situation.
  • Ask questions about recovery and coping with a mental health concerns.

What should I expect when I call?
The behavioral health professional will:

  • Listen to you with compassion and without judgment
  • Offer you support and kindness
  • Help you identify your own coping skills and connect with resources
  • Provide ongoing supports as needed

The Support Line is staffed 7 days a week from 8:00am – 10:00pm daily.
This is not a crisis hotline.  If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, call 800-826-1306.

 

Mental Health & Recovery Board of Erie & Ottawa County
Need someone to talk to? Is the stress of the disrupted routines, social distancing, and overall uncertainty of the future weighing on you?
Call the COVID CareLine at 1-800-720-9616. 
It’a a new toll-free number staffed by professionals who offer confidential emotional support.

Family Health Services
Seniors, feeling sick or concerned about your health?  Sandusky’s Family Health Services is here for your primary care or behavioral health needs and is also committed to continuing care for Veterans during this time of need.

See a clinician through your phone or computer by calling 419-502-2800 for an appointment OR see a provider in person OR if a Clinician determines you have symptoms, be treated in your vehicle.

Family Health Services has two locations:
1912 Hayes Avenue  Open M W F 8-5 p.m. and T TH open 8-7 p.m. Call 419-502-2800 and
620 East Water Street, in walking distance of downtown housing.  Open M W F 8-5 p.m. and T TH 8-6 p.m.  Call 419-502-2839 for assistance.

Veteran Services is located inside Firelands South Campus Building, 1912 Hayes Avenue, if you need an in-person visit for primary care or behavioral health.
Hours of Operation:  M W F 8-5 p.m.      T & TH 8-7 p.m.
Appointments are available in person, through a telehealth visit or if a Clinician determines someone has the symptoms of COVID-19, Drive Up service is available with someone remaining in their car.
Call our designated Veteran Hotline for more information: 419-219-4735

 

April 6, 2020 Erie County Veterans Service Commission Press Release COVID-19; 2020 ECVSC Updated Coronavirus Protocol
On Monday, April 6, 2020 The Erie County Veterans Service Commission held a regular meeting. Out of the upmost caution for the Veteran Community and staff of the Erie County Veterans Service Office, will be seeing no walk-ins at this time. Claim work will be scheduled on a case by case basis.  Please call the office for financial assistance requests.  See guidance from Erie County.
Out of the genuine concern for the Veteran Community and under the advice give by our Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, please stay home to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Please take this very seriously and do as ordered. The office is open and staff available to help, just please call with any needs or concerns at this time.

 

The Port Clinton Chamber is committed to their mission of improving the economic and business climate of the greater Port Clinton Area. During this crisis, they have added a COVID-19 News blog to the website, www.portclintonchamber.com. This page is updated daily with important information regarding help for your business as well other important information such as ways to support local safely. You can also follow on Facebook @PCChamber for info on local events and more. As always, your Port Clinton Chamber is here for YOU!

 

Huron County Veterans Service Commission Temporary Changes
The Offices will be open from 8:30am – 4:00pm Monday through Friday, except holidays, to answer phone calls for information.

  • All face-to-face meeting have been suspended except where deemed necessary. The claims filing process will still be completed by the Veteran Service Officers for new, open or pending claims.
    Applications for indigent burial will be accepted and investigation completed.
  • Transportation has been suspended in most cases, exceptions will be made for the delivery of groceries and supplies, homelessness, situation that are deemed necessary, and vehicle maintenance.
  • Financial assistance is available by going to http://www.HuronCountyVets.com and downloading the application, completing it, attaching current bills and information, and placing the completed application in the drop box at the A entrance to the Huron County Job and Family Services building.  A phone interview will be conducted following a receipt of a completed application.
  • Meeting of the Huron County Veteran Service Commission will be held by teleconference on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month at 2pm.
    Please call the Huron Veteran Service Office with any questions. 419-668-4150

 

The Vermilion Chamber has created a new page on our website dedicated to COVID19 news, merchant info, restaurant info, churches, food pantry, senior citizens services, Vermilion School kids on lunch program etc.
https://vermilionohio.com/covid-19-latest-news/
After you click on the link…click on the picture Vermilion, OH COVID-19 Community Guide Resource Guide and that will get you to all the information.

 

Victory Kitchen “We Walk In Faith, Not Fear”
At this crucial time of the COVID 19 Panademic, Victory Kitchen is still standing strong to be the helping hands to those in need in the community.  They are providing Hot Meals for Breakfast and Lunch, prepared fresh daily for patrons to take home. Along with the hot food, they are providing  food bags (1 per Adult & 1 per Child).
If you would like to make a donation, monetarily or product please call 419-627-8732 and speak with a staff member.
Thank you for your continued support and God Bless!

 

The Mercy Flu clinic is now open to serve patients experiencing any flu-like symptoms
Hours there are Monday – Friday, 8:00 am to 8pm, Saturday – Sunday, 11:00 am to 5 pm.
Before heading to the Flu Clinic to be triaged, please call the Mercy Health Hotline phone number at 888-700-9011.
Symptoms Treated:
*Fever       *Muscle/Body Aches     *Headaches     *Fatigue/Tiredness        *Sometimes Vomiting & Diarrhea
If you have flu like symptoms or think you have the flu PLEASE DO NOT go to any Mercy Health Physician Practice.
Virtual visits are also available with a primary care physician.  Please call 440-988-3705 to schedule your visit.

 

The Ohio Department of Health has opened a call center to answer questions about Coronavirus.
The center is staffed by licensed nurses and infectious disease experts.
The call center is open 7 days a week from 9am-8pm at 1-833- 4-ASK-ODH
That number again is 1-833-4-ASK-ODH

 

SUPPORT FOR SMALL BUSINESSES & NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

The Ohio Development Services Agency is preparing to submit an application in the coming week to qualify Ohio for the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program. This program provides low-interest loans up to $2 million in order to help businesses overcome the temporary loss of revenue during the state of emergency.

Non profit organizations in Ohio will also be eligible for low-interest loans through the SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan program.

In order to complete the state’s application, businesses impacted by the current public health crisis should immediately send their contact information to BusinessHelp@Development.Ohio.gov. Additional information on the SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program is available at https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/disaster-assistance

 

Firelands Regional Medical Center has implemented visitor restrictions.

If you have a cough, chills, fever, headache, muscle aches, sore throat, or believe you have the flu and do not need emergency care, do not come in. Visitation is restricted to healthy immediate family or immediate support person 18 and over.

 

To protect patients and staff, Fisher Titus Medical Center has implemented visitor restrictions  For more information visit FisherTitus.org   

 

The Red Cross has announced an urgent need for blood donations  Eligible and healthy donors are strongly urged to make an appointment to give soon. 

They do ask to postpone your donation for 28 days if you’ve traveled to China, Iran, Italy and South Korea or If you’ve been diagnosed or in contact with anyone with a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19  Schedule your appointment at RedCrossBlood.org

Stuff the Bus Erie County is a committee comprised of the Sandusky Mall, United Way Erie County and VacationLand Federal Credit Union. Each year we partner with local businesses, organizations, and community members to provide new backpacks and school supplies to students entering grades K-5 at a school within Erie County. We expect to see an increased need in 2020 as families emerge from the COVID-19 crisis. Although the picture is not yet clear on how educators will conduct classes, we are certain that students will still need school supplies. The success of this program relies on the participation of community partners like you!

There are three ways you can help! 1. Encourage your employees to collect and donate school supplies. You can collect various items or you can agree to fill non-gender backpacks with requested supplies. 2. Conduct a school supply drive at your business and encourage your customers and employees to get involved! 3. Make a monetary donation.

Every dollar helps buy supplies! Thank you for supporting the future of our county’s kids! Sincerely, Stuff the Bus Committee of Erie County

Once your information has been received, you will be contacted by the Stuff the Bus Committee. For questions, please call Heather Gilchrist (VacationLand FCU) at 419.625.9025, ext.1342 or email: hgilchrist@vlfcu.org

 

 

 Imagination Library  Huron County is launching the Huron County Imagination Library with the help of Dolly Parton and the Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library.  Parents of children from birth through age 5 can register to receive a free book each month.Visit ohioimaginationlibrary.org to follow the easy instructions to enroll your child to receive a free book in the mail each month at no cost to you.Each book is tailored for the child’s age group.
Huron Public Library- Curbside Pick-up

Although the library will remain closed, it will be offering Curbside Pickup starting  Monday June 1st.

The outside drop boxes will also be opening for you to return items you’ve borrowed.

For more information go to the library’s website.
https://www.huronlibrary.org/about-hpl/curbside-pickup

 

The Salvation Army Lunch Program- Norwalk
Monday June 8th –  Friday August 14th, 2020
Sign your kids up for FREE Delivered Lunches.  All kids under the age of 18 years are welcome. Lunches will be delivered Monday – Friday ONLY!Distribution available to these approved residential locations:

  • Norwalk Mobile Home Park (103 Jefferson St.)
  • Norwalk North Apartments (25 Bouscay Ave)
  • Midtown Manor (520 Milan Ave)
  • Grand Ave Apartments
  • The Salvation Army (55 Whittlesey Ave)  Pick Up Only

Call the Salvation Army of Norwalk at 419-668-4090 for information on how you can enroll your child/children in the Summer Lunch program.  Also you can check out the Facebook for updates and information on other programs and community services.

#RunDusky Race Series Still Running in 2020

The City of Sandusky’s Recreation Department, Firelands Regional Medical Center and North Shore Running Store are partnering with nine race events in the city to promote outdoor recreation for residents and visitors.

Participation in the #RUNDUSKY Race Series promotion is free, but participants must register for each race independently, prices and registration availability depend on each race. Several of the scheduled races have switched to a virtual format due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Those who participate in five of the nine races will be given a #RUNDUSKY Race Series hoodie. Each participant who finishes six, seven, eight or all nine of the races will be entered into a drawing for a race package. The package will include a gift certificate for running gear and free entry to area races.

Participation in the promotion is FREE and anyone interested can download a #RUNDUSKY entry card at http://cityofsandusky.com/residents/recreation/index.php

 

JULY

River Front Live- Port Clinton 6:00pm

Free Summer Concert Every Friday Night.

Madison St. Downtown Port Clinton, OH

Don’t forget to bring a lawn chair.  Concert series goes through the 1st weekend in September.

 

11th Sat Norwalk High School Football’s Annual Golf Outing Fundraiser 8am

NEW LOCATION:    Woussickett Golf Course

8am Shotgun Start       Fox Hole Open

18 Hole 4 Person Scramble                     $60 per Player ($240 a team)

Snacks and meals at conclusion will be contingent on COVID-19 restrictions

Chinese Auction         Raffles         Skill Prizes         Skins        50/50    and    More

Sponsorship Opportunities Available

For more information or sign-up contact:
Todd Fox 567-224-0708               OR          Frank Staley 419-706-3083

ALL PROCEEDS GO TO THE NHS FOOTBALL PROGRAM!

12th Sun Erie County Senior Center’s Annual Chicken BBQ 11am – 1pm or ’til sold out

Carry out only!      Meals are limited and will be sold until the last one is gone.

Minimum donation $10

Location: Senior Center 620 E. Water St., Sandusky

 

12th Sun Vermilion  Chamber of Commerce Presents Concerts in the Park 7 – 8:30pm

Victory Park Gazebo in Downtown Vermilon!

Entertainer: Vermilion Community Band

For more information go to http://www.VermilionOhio.com

13th Mon Christian Singles Fellowship- Planning Meeting 7pm

Come share your ideas for events with the group!

Columbus Ave Methodist Church Sandusky

17th Fri Sandusky’s Cruisin’ Car Club- Ohio Veterans Home 5:30pm

Friday night cruises to local nursing homes and ending in downtown Sandusky for a “Buzzing the Ave” loop.

Donations are being accepted for Serving Our Seniors, Firefighter’s Shoe Fund and Back to the Wild.

All cruises will stage in the north parking lot of 222 Meigs Street, former city hall, starting at 5:30 p.m. The cruises will leave 222 Meigs Street at 6 p.m. and arrive back in the downtown area at approximately 7 p.m.

The Downtown Sandusky loop will include traveling west on the current one-way Shoreline Drive from E. Water Street to Shelby Street, a right on W. Water Street, a loop at the Shelby Street Boat Ramp, returning to W. Water Street and traveling east to the downtown business district, turning right (south) on Jackson Street, left (east) on W. Market Street, left (north) on Columbus Avenue, right (east) on E. Water Street and returning to Shoreline Drive for one more of the same loop.

For more information or questions regarding the Remember Cruisin’ Car Club rolling cruises, please call Mike Willinger at (419)271-0701 or Cecilia Blevins at (419)366-4037. Or contact the Sandusky Recreation Department’s Jason Werling at (419)627-5833 or  jwerling@ci.sandusky.oh.us

13th Mon Christian Singles Fellowship- Planning Meeting 7pm

Columbus Ave Methodist Church Sandusky, OH

Come out and help plan activities for the group!

17th & 18th Fri
&
Sat
Ag Heritage of Huron County Roll it Forward Rummage Sale 9am – 3pm  

The Roll It Forward Rummage sale is an ongoing rummage sale, hosted by a different non profit organization each week, featuring an endless selection of affordable items!

Agricultural Heritage of Huron County’s mission is to “preserve the past, and educate the present.”  You can find them on Facebook.  The Roll It Forward Rummage Sale is located in the Avery Commerce Park on Route 250, just north of Milan.

18th Sat Fisher Titus to Host Community Health Screening 7:00 -10:00am

Enter at the Snyder/White Heart & Vascular Center (use parking lot D).

Health screening appointments can be made by calling 419-660-2646. Registration will be open until Thursday, July 16 at 5 p.m. You will be asked to choose from a variety of tests and provide the name of your physician when registering. Prices will vary depending on the tests you choose.

In addition to the health screenings, there will be free cardiovascular screenings that require no registration including Ankle-Brachial Index (ABI) tests (ABI is a tool to evaluate peripheral vascular disease), blood pressure screenings, and carotid artery screenings.

As life begins to return to normal amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Fisher-Titus continues to put the health and safety of patients first. COVID-19 precautions will be in place at the health screening. Participants will have their temperature checked upon arrival, be asked to wear a mask, and observe physical distancing practices. For more information on the Fisher-Titus response to COVID-19, visit fishertitus.org/coronavirus.

For more information about this event, visit http://fishertitus.org/upcoming-events or follow Fisher-Titus on Facebook.

19th Sun Vermilion  Chamber of Commerce Presents Concerts in the Park 7 – 8:30pm

Victory Park Gazebo in Downtown Vermilon!

Entertainer: The Alley Cats

For more information go to http://www.VermilionOhio.com

 

26th Sun Vermilion  Chamber of Commerce Presents Concerts in the Park 7 – 8:30pm

Victory Park Gazebo in Downtown Vermilon!

Entertainer: Mike Moore

For more information go to http://www.VermilionOhio.com

 

 

AUGUST

 
River Front Live- Port Clinton 6:00pm

Free Summer Concert Every Friday Night.

Madison St. Downtown Port Clinton, OH

Don’t forget to bring a lawn chair.  Concert series goes through the 1st weekend in September.

1st Sat  26th Annual Port Clinton Chamber Jerry Lippus Memorial Classic Car Show 10:00am – 3:00pm

Madison Street Port Clinton – Car Registration starts at 8:30am

FREE to the Public to view cars!  

Vehicle Registration $10 per vehicle ~ All Vehicles must be registered to park in Car Show Area.

Vehicle Registrant Activities:

  • Door Prize every hour beginning at 11:30pm
  • Grand Prize drawing $100  announced at 3pm
  • Professional judging 10:00am to Noon trophies will be awarded

Public Activities:

  • DJ Frank LaManna playing your favorites from 10am – 3pm
  • 50/50 Drawings

For more information or to register call 419-734-5503 or email info@PortClintonChamber.com

1st Sat Port Clinton 2020 Rewind Day- A Day to Reboot Everything Skipped in 2020

Ringing of Church Bells- 9am
Places of worship all around town will be ringing their bells for ten minutes to celebrate the return of services.

Easter Egg Hunt & Easter Bunny 10am
Lakeview Park for kids up to 10 years of age

Walleye Festival Entertainment Noon – 3pm
“The Junk” will perform at Meals on Madison (M.O.M)

St. Patrick’s Day & Cinco DeMayo  Noon – Midnight
Two great traditions on the same day and at the same time!  Held at various locations in downtown Port Clinton.

Class of 2020 Cap Toss- 3pm
Attention Class of 2020!  High School or college grads are welcome to gather at M.O.M.  in downtown Port Clinton in cap and gown for the official Cap Toss to celebrate your educational achievements.

Arbor Day Ceremony- 5pm
Designated a Tree City USA for decades. This year’s ceremony will take place in Water Works Park.

Incredible Rubber Duck Race for United Way in Ottawa County 8pm
Taking place in the Derby Pond.   Duck purchase available prior to the event by calling 419-734-6645 or visiting  http://www.DuckRaceUWOC2020.eventbrite.com

4th of July Fireworks  10pm at Water Works Park

2nd Sun Vermilion  Chamber of Commerce Presents Concerts in the Park 7 – 8:30pm

Victory Park Gazebo in Downtown Vermilon!

Entertainer: The Four Dads

For more information go to http://www.VermilionOhio.com

 

9th Sat Spaghetti Dinner, Silent Auction, & Raffles Benefit for Coach Don Beck 12-7pm

Food         Live Auction (Starts at 2:30pm)        Chinese Raffles      &       Fun

Dinner includes:  Pasta,  Salad,  Bread   & Dessert

Tickets   $10  Adults     $5 Kids

For questions or to volunteer call Jason at 419-706-6338

*Due to the unknown concerning current events, the scheduled date may change

 

9th Sun Vermilion  Chamber of Commerce Presents Concerts in the Park 7 – 8:30pm

Victory Park Gazebo in Downtown Vermilon!

Entertainer: Jim Schafer & Friends

For more information go to http://www.VermilionOhio.com

 

16th Sun Vermilion  Chamber of Commerce Presents Concerts in the Park 7 – 8:30pm

Victory Park Gazebo in Downtown Vermilon!

Entertainer: Solid Brass of Lorain County

For more information go to http://www.VermilionOhio.com\

22nd Sat With A Dream You Can Make a Difference Presents it’s 1st Annual Golf Outing 8am

Millstone Hills 2315 Euclid Rd New London, OH 44851

$5 Mulligans        No Handicap       Cash Prizes         50/50       Silent Auction

****Shot Gun Starts Bright & Early at 8am****

Proceeds will go towards the attorney for 501c3 and With a Dream’s 1st Project.

Teams are limited to 36 so get there early to secure your spot.

$70 per person               4 Person Scramble             Open to all over 18 years

Registration includes:
18 Holes with Cart,   Hot Dog at Turn and BBQ Chicken Dinner
Preperation donated by Danny Weisenberger of Old Dog Barbeque

For more information call Jason at 419-677-4524

To Donate text or call Melissa @ 419-706-9521

23rd Sun Vermilion  Chamber of Commerce Presents Concerts in the Park 7 – 8:30pm

Victory Park Gazebo in Downtown Vermilon!

Entertainer: The Polka Pirates

For more information go to http://www.VermilionOhio.com

 

30th Sun Vermilion  Chamber of Commerce Presents Concerts in the Park 7 – 8:30pm

Victory Park Gazebo in Downtown Vermilon!

Entertainer: Wind Jammer Big Band

For more information go to http://www.VermilionOhio.com

 

 

SEPTEMBER

6th Sun  Milan Township Fire Department’s Annual Chicken BBQ 11am – 3pm

$10- Half Chicken BBQ Dinner      Includes:  Coleslaw, Chips and a Dinner Roll

**DUE TO COVID-19 AND SAFETY CONCERNS
ALL ORDERS NEED TO BE PRE-ORDERED BY JULY 23, 2020**

Contact a Milan Firefighter to place and order

Orders will be able to be picked up at MTFD Station 1, located behind Town Hall on the Square, from 11a -3p

All proceeds go to the Milan Township Firefighter’s Association