Tuesday, April 23, 2019
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  • A look back
    On Sunday, April 28, 2019, Keith Sommer and Rachel Friesen will present a program on the textiles used by settlers in the Bluffton-Pandora area during the period of 1833-1863.
  • On Monday, Putnam County Health Commissioner Kim Rieman announced a vacancy on the county Board of Health.
  • Playing her part
    Just a couple of weeks ago, when an organizing effort first got underway to assist Nebraska farmers, Krista Karhoff of Ottawa Feed and Grain decided she would help. As many hands now experienced in disaster relief quickly came together, Mrs. Karhoff organized the effort to gather much needed supplies locally. Those supplies and a number of volunteers departed Ohio in the early hours last Friday, March, 29.
  • The Liberty Boys and Girls 4H Club held their third meeting on Thursday, March 14.
  • Whoa…another mystery trip on Thursday, April 25? Where are we going this time? What will we be doing? What kind of excitement will we do or see?
  • There will be a Chicken BBQ Dinner (Ted Sigler & Don Diller Recipe) on Sunday, March 31 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Pandora United Methodist Church, 108 E.Washington St. (Rt 12) in Pandora.
  • This year’s Quartermania event by the Putnam Pet Pals will be held on Friday, April 5 at 6 p.m. at the Ottawa VFW, 212 W. 2nd St. in Ottawa.
  • Boy Scout Troop 224 will be conducting a Barbecue Chicken Dinner fundraiser on Sunday, April 7, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m at Water Works Park, Pratt & Third Streets in Ottawa.
  • Mutual goodwill missions joyously collide at Ottawa Food Pantry
    Two groups were working on service projects Thursday night at the Ottawa Food Pantry.
  • 'As though they were one of our own'
    A conversation with PC's HomeCare & Hospice
  • Two wheels good
    Breece family offers look at Harley history.
  • Ottawa Scouts mint 11 new Eagles
    Eleven boy scouts were inducted into the Eagle Scout Court of Honor during a special ceremony in Ottawa.
  • Calvelage named PC United Way Volunteer of the Year
    Marilyn Calvelage, Ottoville, was honored as the volunteer of the year during Thursday’s annual business meeting of the United Way of Putnam County.
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