Thursday, June 21, 2018
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  • The HHWP Community Action Commission’s HEAP 2018 Summer Crisis Program (SCP) begins July 1, 2018 and will continue through August 31, 2018, or until funding and/or equipment is fully exhausted.
  • This upcoming Sunday, June 24, The Kalida Lions will host their 20th Poker Run.
  • Rock rooting critters at the library
    The Quarry Farm Nature Preserve is bringing animals that, “Live under rocks, or
    eat things that live under rocks,” to match this summer’s reading program theme
    of ‘Libraries Rock!’
  • Leipsic Community Center providing breakfast and lunch to area youth for the summer
    Beginning a week ago this past Monday, June 11, the Leipsic Community Center
    began offering free summer meals during the weekday.
  • Good luck at State!
    Beginning this Friday, June 22, approximately 2,600 Special Olympics athletes, along with their families, supporters and fans will converge on Jesse Owens stadium at Ohio State University in Columbus.
  • Today is the final day to submit a photo for the Putnam County SWCD’s 2018 Photo Contest.
  • 2018 Putnam County Relay for Life: One day, One night, One fight
    On Friday, Putnam County residents joined millions across the nation in celebrating the lives of survivors and those who have succumbed to cancer as part of 2018 Relay for Life ceremonies.
  • Putnam County Habitat for Humanity has opened an application period for people interested in becoming a Habitat homeowner in 2019. The deadline is July 15, 2018.
  • June 20 — Quarry Farm Rock Rooting Critters LIVE Animals, 11 a.m., Putnam County Library, Leipsic location; 1:30 p.m., Continental location.

  • Kids Clips film festival
    On May 31, Nicholas Cech organized and hosted a Kids’ Clips Film Festival to benefit the Ottawa Food Pantry at the Vaughnsville Community Center.
  • 9 — Continental Alumni Banquet, 6 p.m., $14 per ticket, tickets at Okuley’s Pharmacy and Bloomer’s.

  • 'Focus on your interests'
    In a 2009 article in Popular Mechanics, Davin Coburn writes, “Major League baseballs have an average mass of...
  • The Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative is inviting its customers to ‘Beat the Peak’ this summer.
  • Riley Creek Singers will hold auditions for the 2018 summer musical, “The Unsinkable Molly Brown,” on June 4 and 5 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Pandora-Gilboa school auditeria.
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