SMITHSONIAN TRAVELING JOURNEY STORIES, BG
The Wood County Historical Center is pleased to host the Smithsonian traveling exhibit "Journey Stories", August 10th through September 15th at the Wood County Historical Museum, 13660 County Home Road in Bowling Green. Details on the program can be found at woodcountyhistory.org or by calling 419-352-0967. The Museum is open Tuesday-Friday, 9:30am - 4:30pm and weekends 1-4pm with extended hours during special events.
HISTORICAL SOC. OSU BUCKEYE RAFFLE, FOSTORIA
THE FOSTORIA AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY IS RAFFLING OFF 2 TICKETS FOR THE OHIO STATE PENN STATE FOOTBALL GAME ON OCTOBER 26TH AT OHIO STADIUM IN COLUMBUS. TICKETS ARE $3 EACH OR 2 FOR $5. (PARKING NOT INCLUDED) IN ADDITION, THERE WILL BE TWO OTHER PRIZES. THE SECOND PRIZE WILL BE A 1958 ROSE BOWL PROGRAM (OHIO STATE VS OREGON) THE THIRD PLACE PRIZE IS A COPY OF THE NEW DVD, THE HISTORY OF FOSTORIA, VOLUME 1, WHICH WILL BE RELEASED 9/17. THE WINNERS WILL BE DRAWN OCTOBER 5TH. WINNERS NEED NOT BE PRESENT. CALL ELLEN GATRELL AT 419-435-1781 FOR TICKETS. ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE FOSTORIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
CAMPFIRE NORTHWEST OHIO REGISTRATION
Camp Fire Northwest Ohio
Who: Boys & girls Pre K - 12th Grade.
What: Contact Camp Fire to sign up your child for a club. Camp Fire clubs offer youth an opportunity to build social and life skills in small groups and age appropriate settings. Clubs meet during the school year in various locations throughout Hancock Co. Club activities are based on the child's interest, as well as earning Camp Fire recognitions.
Cost: $20/youth (includes Camp Fire t-shirt)
Where: 305 W. Hardin St, Findlay, Oh
Contact: Kelda or Valli at 419-422-5415
The Seneca County Genealogical Society will begin our fall meeting schedule on Tuesday September 3, 2013 in the Frost-Kalnow Room of the Tiffin-Seneca Public Library, 77 Jefferson Street, Tiffin, OH at 7:00 pm. The meeting includes a business meeting and program. The speaker will be Diane Gagel presenting a program on military records. Among Diane’s accomplishments had been to serve as Chair of the OGS Board of Directors. The public is welcome.