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Friday Night Festivities @ Continental Fall Festival

Friday, September 22 will kick off Continental’s Fall Festival 2017. Friday night is traditionally “family night” with family-oriented activities. The festival opens at 5pm with lots of food vendors offering something delicious for supper. There is also the Baked Potato Bar offered by Free Christian...

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SAL Car Show – Saturday, September 23

On Saturday, September 23 the Continental Sons of the American Legion will host their 12th annual Fall Festival Car Show. This event includes Motorcycles and Antique Tractors. Registration is on Main Street in front of...

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  1. Friday Night Festivities @ Continental Fall Festival

    Friday Night Festivities @ Continental Fall Festival

    Friday, September 22 will kick off Continental’s Fall Festival 2017. Friday night is traditionally “family night” with family-oriented activities. The festival opens at 5pm with lots of food vendors offering something delicious for supper. There is also the Baked Potato Bar offered by Free Christian Church of God – this is free and is an outreach of their church (it’s...

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  2. Packs for Pirates Raffle Fundraiser

    Packs for Pirates Raffle Fundraiser

    Packs for Pirates and R & B Meats are offering raffle tickets for a “Weekend Bounty” package. Prizes are gift certificates to R & B Meats – a $200 gift certificate, a $100 gift certificate, and a $50 gift certificate. Tickets are $5.00 each and the drawing will be held at Continental Fall Festival on September 24th. Tickets are available...

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  3. This Week in Continental, September 18 – 24

    This Week in Continental, September 18 – 24

    Monday, Sept 18: 8:00 Legion Meeting Tuesday, Sept 19: 2:00 Meadows of Ottawa Worship Service 9:00 Post 541 Weekly Drawing Wednesday, Sept 20: 6:30 Community Choir Practice @ Continental UM Church Thursday, Sept 21: 10:00 Story Time @ Continental Branch Library 6:00 Len Collier Band @ Continental American Legion 9:00 Post 541 Monthly Drawing Friday, Sept 22: Continental Fall Festival...

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  4. Coffee & Conversation – Saturday, September 16

    Coffee & Conversation – Saturday, September 16

    The monthly non-denominational Coffee & Conversation gathering will be on Saturday, September 16 at 10:00am at Bloomer’s Boutique & Coffee on North Main Street. All are welcome to join in a time of prayer, reflection, and great fellowship. The Coffee & Conversation gatherings will be monthly, usually on the 4th Saturday of the month at 10:00 am. Hope to see...

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  5. Friday Night @ the Fall Festival

    Friday Night @ the Fall Festival

    Friday, September 22 will kick off Continental’s Fall Festival 2017. Friday night is traditionally “family night” with family-oriented activities. The festival opens at 5pm with lots of food vendors offering something delicious for supper. There is also the Baked Potato Bar offered by Free Christian Church of God – this is free and is an outreach of their church (it’s...

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  1. Carol M. Ruck, 1942 – 2017

    Carol M. Ruck, 1942 – 2017

    MILLER CITY – Carol M. Ruck, 74, of Miller City died at 7:44 p.m. Wednesday, September 6, 2017 at Lima Memorial Hospital. She was born October 10, 1942 in Lima to the late Sylvester and Agnes (Schwertner) Kettels. On February 27, 1965 she married Bill J. Ruck who survives in Miller City. Also surviving are three children, Steve (Stacy) Ruck...

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  2. Richard J. Lauer, 1927 – 2017

    Richard J. Lauer, 1927 – 2017

    GLANDORF – Richard J. Lauer, 89, of Glandorf, died 8:17 a.m. Thursday, September 7, 2017 at his residence. He was born December 24, 1927 in Ottoville to the late Arnold and Mildred (Obringer) Lauer. On April 25, 1953 he married Edna M. Schroeder who preceded him in death on October 14, 2014. He is also preceded in death by a...

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  3. Richard E. Newsome, 1959 – 2017

    Richard E. Newsome, 1959 – 2017

    DEFIANCE – Richard E. Newsome, 58, of Defiance died at 5:40 a.m. Thursday, September 7, 2017 at his residence. He was born February 13, 1959 in Defiance to the late Hobert and Mildred (Wagner) Newsome. On May 1, 2015 he married Regina Bays and she survives in Defiance. Also surviving are seven children, Richard Newsome of Coldwater, MI, Matthew (Brittney)...

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  4. Marcus Andrew “Cuey” Vonderembse, 1991 – 2017

    Marcus Andrew “Cuey” Vonderembse, 1991 – 2017

    Ottawa – Marcus Andrew “Cuey” Vonderembse, 25, of Ottawa died Sunday, September 3, 2017 at his residence. He was born November 15, 1991 in Findlay to Terry and Sally (Slattman) Vonderembse. His father survives in Delphos. His mother, Sally and Mike Guilford survive in Ottawa. Marcus is also survived by three siblings: Leigh Ann (John Bayes) Vonderembse of Harrod, Janelle...

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  5. Gerry D. Eagleson, 1959 – 2017

    Gerry D. Eagleson, 1959 – 2017

    Leipsic – Gerry D. Eagleson, 58, of Leipsic died 7:26 p.m. Monday, September 4, 2017 at the Meadows of Leipsic. He was born April 13, 1959 in Bowling Green to the late Richard L. and Marceen C. (Ludemann) Eagleson. Gerry is survived by 2 brothers and 3 sisters: Rich (Verna) Eagleson, Jr, Deb “Sue” (Gene) Siefker, Jim (Marsha) Eagleson, Teresa...

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  6. Velma C. Otto, 1926 – 2017

    Velma C. Otto, 1926 – 2017

    Kalida – Velma C. Otto, 91, of Kalida, formerly of Leipsic died 3:50 a.m. Friday, September 1, 2017 at The Meadows of Kalida. She was born January 12, 1926 in Leipsic to the late Henry and Louise (Selhorst) Brown. On September 17, 1946, she married Thomas Otto who died January 9, 2015. Velma is survived by her children: Thomas (Betty)...

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  7. Christopher M Potts Memorial Golf Scramble Deadline Approaching

    Christopher M Potts Memorial Golf Scramble Deadline Approaching

    The 21st Annual Christopher M Potts Memorial Golf Scramble will be held on Saturday, September 16, 2017 at Country Acres Golf Club in Kalida. The Christopher M. Potts Memorial Golf Scramble is the primary fundraiser for the Christopher M. Potts Memorial Scholarship. $65 per person/$260 per team, $360 for a team and a hole sponsorship, $100 for a hole sponsorship...

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  8. Northern Indiana Bluegrass Association’s Labor Day Festival

    Northern Indiana Bluegrass Association’s Labor Day Festival

    The Norther Indiana Bluegrass Association hosts two Kendallville Bluegrass festivals a year on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday just before Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends. It has been doing this since the late 1970s. Campers start arriving a week before the festival starts. On the Sunday before the festival there will be over 100 campers on site. The Noble...

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  9. Ottawa Metro Parks – A Camper’s Gem

    Ottawa Metro Parks – A Camper’s Gem

    Campers: If you are a camper, we are going to share our little secret with you…..Ottawa Metro Park. Our family loves camping at this 30 site, family-friendly, self-registering campground on the east edge of Lima. The sites are large, there are several pull-thru sites and two handicap sites. Sites 3 & 4 even has a sand volleyball court! The restroom/shower...

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  10. Violet L. Grant, 1929 – 2017

    Violet L. Grant, 1929 – 2017

    Violet L. Grant, 87 years, of Mark Center, passed away Saturday, August 26, 2017 at Genesis Healthcare-Bryan Center, Bryan, Ohio. Violet was born November 1, 1929, in Defiance, Ohio, the daughter of the late Charles and Anna (Wheeler) Ankney. She married Darl Richard Grant on April 15, 1953 in Angola, Indiana, and he preceded her in death on August 14,...

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  1. Pirates Boys Soccer Moves to 9-0

    Pirates Boys Soccer Moves to 9-0

    On Saturday Continental played host to Riverdale in a non league Boys Soccer game.  The Pirates did all their damage in the first half as they put 3 goals on the board.  Christian Keller hit the back of the net at 26:57 that goal was followed up by one by Konnor Okuley at the 21:53 mark.  Tyler Brecht took a...

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  2. CHS Boys Basketball Fundraiser @ Continental Masonic Lodge

    CHS Boys Basketball Fundraiser @ Continental Masonic Lodge

    Cooperation – that’s what its all about: The Masonic Lodge and the Continental Pirates Boys Basketball Team are teaming up for a Boys Basketball fundraiser during Continental’s Fall Festival. On Saturday, September 23 from 7am to 10am, Jeff, Coach Maag and the team will be cooking up breakfast at the Masonic Lodge. They will be offering: Scrambled Eggs Pancakes Sausage...

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  3. Pirate Lunch Menu, September 18 – 22

    Pirate Lunch Menu, September 18 – 22

    Monday, Sept 18: Hamburger, Cheese Slice, W/G Bun, Green Beans, Pickles, Pears, Choice of Milk Tuesday, Sept 19: Chicken Nuggets, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Corn, Bread Stick, Applesauce Cup, Choice of Milk Wednesday, Sept 20: Sausage, Cheese Slice, W/G Bun, Smile Potatoes, California Blend Vegetables, Banana, Choice of Milk Thursday, Sept 21: BBQ Rib, W/G Bun, Baked Beans, Fresh Carrots, Ranch...

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  4. VolleyPirates & Boys Soccer Recap

    VolleyPirates & Boys Soccer Recap

    Boys Soccer: Continental 1, Fort Jennings 0 On Thursday night the Pirates Boys Soccer team continued their defense of the Putnam County League Crown by traveling to Fort Jennings. In a game in which the Pirates controlled the action saw a single goal by one of the youngest players on the field make the difference. Pirate Freshman Westin Okuley found...

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  5. A Vollyball Win & A Girls Soccer Loss

    A Vollyball Win & A Girls Soccer Loss

    Volleyball: Continental 3, Lima Temple Christian 0 On Saturday the VolleyPirates traveled to Lima in hope of ending a 3 game losing streak when they took on Temple Christian in a nonleague battle. The Pirates showed no road lag as they took the first game 25-11. The second game went the Pirates day as they won 25-15. The Pirates completed...

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  6. Pirate Lunch Menu, September 11 – 15

    Pirate Lunch Menu, September 11 – 15

    Monday, Sept 11: French Toast, Sausage, Hash Browns, Fruit Juice, Choice of Milk Tuesday, Sept 12: BBQ Pork, W/G Bun, Baked Beans, Fresh Carrots, Ranch Cup, Pears, Choice of Milk Wednesday, Sept 13: Corn Dog, Macaroni and Cheese, Steamed Broccoli, Frozen Fruit Cup, Choice of Milk Thursday, Sept 14: Taco Meat, Soft Shell, Cheese, Lettuce , Tomatoes, Salsa and Chips,...

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  7. Pirates’ Tuesday — 2 Wins & a Loss

    Pirates’ Tuesday — 2 Wins & a Loss

    Volleyball Columbus Grove 3, Continental 0 On Tuesday night Columbus Grove took only 3 games to defeat the host Pirates in Putnam County League action. The first game had the Bulldogs with a 25-16 advantage. The second game went to the Dogs 25-7. The night ended early for the Pirates as Grove completed the sweep 25-12. Continental is now 4-3...

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  8. Pirates in Action, September 4 – 9

    Pirates in Action, September 4 – 9

    League action heats up this week as all the Fall varsity sports have key PCL games. On Tuesday stay at home and you can catch the Lady Pirate Soccer team take on Fort Jennings as they start defense of their Putnam County League crown. Then move on over to the Huber and watch the rest of the Varsity Volleyball match...

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  1. Get Your Fishing Gear Ready!

    Get Your Fishing Gear Ready!

    Over $5000.00 in prizes at the Continental Lions Club Fishing Day on Sunday, July 16! Thank you to the many businesses and individuals who supported the club’s efforts to make this one of the best fishing days ever. Fishing starts at 1pm; no fishing gear allowed on the pond bank before 6am on the day of the derby. Fishing Derby...

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  2. DC Students Pair Up With Children’s Lantern for Marketing Project

    DC Students Pair Up With Children’s Lantern for Marketing Project

    Pictured left to right: DC students RT Mann, Baily Weatherwax, Carolin Klein, Erica Smay, with Alyssa Tracy, Children’s Lantern Ministry Advancement, Adam Tracy, Children’s Lantern Executive Director, and William Sholl, Assistant Professor of Practice of Marketing. A group of Defiance College students are taking part in the 2017 Google Online Marketing Challenge (GOMC) with Children’s Lantern as their partner. The...

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  3. From the Putnam County Engineer Highway Department….

    From the Putnam County Engineer Highway Department….

    ​In an ongoing program to help improve traffic safety, the Putnam County Engineer Highway Department will install reflective metal strips to more traffic sign posts this year. The reflective strips help most during nighttime travelling so the sign is more visible to warn the driver of upcoming intersections and road hazards. The reflective strips will be added to regulatory signs...

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  4. CHS Drama Department News

    CHS Drama Department News

    The Continental Drama Department is offering a Sunday afternoon matinee for their Spring production of the Wizard of Oz. The musical will be on April 7 and 8 at 7pm and on April 9 at 2:30pm in the Irene Casteel auditorium. Please consider becoming a Drama Booster and support the Arts at Continental Local School! Would you like to be...

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  5. Berachah Valley @ Bluegrass Opry Barn

    Berachah Valley @ Bluegrass Opry Barn

    Berachah Valley kicks off the 2017 Spring Concert series at the Bluegrass Opry Barn in Oakwood on Saturday night, March 25th. Based out of Dayton Ohio, Berachah Valley offers a wonderful blend of female harmony singing bluegrass, gospel and old-time favorites. This is their first appearance at the Opry Barn and its sure to be a great show! The Bluegrass...

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