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Community Farm Market, August 28

The Community Farm Market on Friday, August 28th features the menu: Walking Tacos, Chips, Cookies and Jello. Table set-up is free – do you have flea market or garage sale type items? Baked goods, crafts or garden produce to sell? The Farm Market is Friday...

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Post 541 Canteen Specials & Events, August 24

Post 541 Canteen is looking for an experienced cook. Inquire and apply at the Continental American Legion, 109 South Fifth Street, Continental (phone 419-596-3560). Coming soon – Continental’s Fall Festival 2015, September 25, 26, &...

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  1. Community Farm Market, August 28

    Community Farm Market, August 28

    The Community Farm Market on Friday, August 28th features the menu: Walking Tacos, Chips, Cookies and Jello. Table set-up is free – do you have flea market or garage sale type items? Baked goods, crafts or garden produce to sell? The Farm Market is Friday afternoons, 4-6pm in the Continental United Methodist Church parking lot located at the corner of...

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  2. Continental Fall Festival Parade Entries

    Continental Fall Festival Parade Entries

    Continental’s Fall Festival 2015 is just five quick weeks away! The Festival parade is a great family time that showcases area businesses, churches, groups, candidates, and more. Kelly has put the word out inviting anyone who would like to have an entry in the Festival parade to be at the school on Sunday, September 27. Line-up starts at noon and...

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  3. This Week in Continental, August 24

    This Week in Continental, August 24

    Monday, August 24: 4:00 – 6:00 Open House @ Continental Local Schools 7:30 Continental Local Schools Board Meeting 7:30 CHS Band @ Defiance County Fair Tuesday, August 25: First Day of School!! 7:00 Continental Village Council Meeting @ the Town Hall 9:00 Post 541 Weekly Drawing Wednesday, August 26: Thursday, August 27: 6:00 Len Collier Band @ Continental American Legion...

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  4. Fundraiser For Children @ Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus

    Fundraiser For Children @ Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus

    Mark your calendars for Saturday, November 21st – Traci Okuley & friends are planning a fundraiser for the children at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus. There will be a taco bar, 50/50, raffles, and Dueling Pianos at 7pm. This fun and enjoyable event for our community will also benefit the children treated at the Nationwide Children’s Hospital. If you would...

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  5. Continental Farm Market, August 21

    Continental Farm Market, August 21

    Continental’s Farm Market menu on Friday, August 21 will feature Sloppy Joes, Build-your-own salad, and pie. Set up is free in the Continental United Methodist Church parking lot – do you have some extra farm produce, craft items, baked goods or perhaps a few garage sale items you would like to find a new home for? Everyone is welcome to...

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  6. August Food Pantry Needs

    August Food Pantry Needs

    The Circle of Friends Co-operative Parish is in need of the following food pantry items in August: Crackers. Items may be donated at any of the local churches or dropped off at the Helena office, located at 200 North Main Street in Continental. The community support for this project is greatly appreciated. Through everyone’s efforts we are able to help...

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  7. This Week in Continental, August 17th

    This Week in Continental, August 17th

    Monday, August 17: 8:00 Legion Meeting Tuesday, August 18: 10:00 – 2pm CHS Senior Composite Pictures in the Choir Room Noon – 2pm & 6:30-8pm Kingdom Kids Preschool & Latchkey Open House @ Dupont Church of the Brethren 9:00 Post 541 Weekly Drawing Wednesday, August 19: 10:00 7th Grade Orientation @ Irene Casteel Auditorium Thursday, August 20: 6:00 Len Collier...

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  8. Community Farm Market, August 14

    Community Farm Market, August 14

    The Community Farm Market on Friday, August 14th features the menu: Ham Loaf, Macaroni & Cheese, and Cherry or Peach Dump Cake. Table set-up is free – do you have flea market or garage sale type items? Baked goods, crafts or garden produce to sell? The Farm Market is Friday afternoons, 4-6pm in the Continental United Methodist Church parking lot...

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  1. Please Support “All Pauline’s Children” in Walk to End Alzheimer’s

    Please Support “All Pauline’s Children” in Walk to End Alzheimer’s

    Dear Friends, “All Pauline’s Children” will be participating in the “Walk to End Alzheimer’s” for Northwest Ohio Alzheimer’s Association for our 6th straight year. We will be walking in Defiance, Ohio on August 29, 2015. This is one of the largest events to raise funds and awareness to fight Alzheimer’s. Currently, as many as 5.3 million Americans are living with...

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  2. Phyllis L. Tegenkamp, 1936 – 2015

    Phyllis L. Tegenkamp, 1936 – 2015

    DUPONT – Phyllis L. Tegenkamp, 79 of Dupont died at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, August 12, 2015 at Defiance Area Inpatient Hospice Center. She was born July 29, 1936 in Dupont to the late Harry “Raymond” and Ruby Hazel (Matson) McClish. On January 13, 1951, she married Thomas A. Tegenkamp, Sr. who died April 21, 2010. Survivors include 4 sons: Thomas...

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  3. Margie E. Wagner, 1927 – 2015

    Margie E. Wagner, 1927 – 2015

    FORMERLY OF CLOVERDALE – Margie E. Wagner, 88, formerly of Cloverdale, began her new life in Heaven on Friday, August 7, 2015 after a courageous battle with Alzheimer’s and cancer at Hospice of Northwest Ohio in Perrysburg. She was born on April 20, 1927, in Decatur, IN to the late John M. and Susan (Gravott) Springer. On October 19, 1946,...

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  4. Christeen Irene Ford, 1923 – 2015

    Christeen Irene Ford, 1923 – 2015

    Grover Hill – Christeen Irene Ford, 91, of Grover Hill, died 1:47 p.m. Thursday, August 6, 2015 at Van Wert In-Patient Hospice. She was born September 27, 1923 in Grover Hill to the late Thomas Edward and Christeen (Winters) Taylor. On September 28, 1944 she married Wendell Robert “Bob” Ross who died September 22, 1958. Then on January 29, 1972...

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  5. 61st Gillespie Reunion, Saturday August 8th

    61st Gillespie Reunion, Saturday August 8th

    The 61st Gillespie Reunion will be held on Saturday, August 8th at Christ United Methodist Church, 311 South Main Street in Continental. Meet at the church at 1:30pm for afternoon activities – swimming/fishing at the Columbus Grove Municipal Pool, cemetery tour, or movie matinee. Potluck dinner will be back at the church at 5pm. Bring any new or old photos...

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  6. Carolyn J. Warren, 1930 – 2015

    Carolyn J. Warren, 1930 – 2015

    Leipsic – Carolyn J. Warren, 85, of Leipsic, died 12:50 a.m. Sunday, August 2, 2015 at St. Rita’s Medical Center, Lima. She was born March 16, 1930 in Putnam County to the late Harry and Carrie (Shafer) Winover. On June 14, 1949, she married Raymond “Jake” Warren, who died February 17, 1999. Carolyn is survived by 2 sons: Robert (Irene)...

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  7. Merlyn W. Wildermuth, 1934 – 2015

    Merlyn W. Wildermuth, 1934 – 2015

    Merlyn W. Wildermuth, 80, of East Hanover Township, Dauphin County passed away Thursday, July 30, 2015 in the Carolyn Croxton Slane Residence. Born October 6, 1934 in Auburn, he was preceded in death by his parents, Raymond and Mary Wildermuth, son, Raymond “Butch” Wildermuth, grandson, Alex Lee, and brother, Lamar Wildermuth. He graduated from Milton Hershey School, class of 1952,...

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  8. Jessie M. Howard, 1945 – 2015

    Jessie M. Howard, 1945 – 2015

    CONTINENTAL – Jessie M. Howard, 69, of Continental died at 12:44 a.m. Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at St. Rita’s Medical Center, Lima. She was born December 14, 1945 in Berea, KY to the late Roy and Dorothy (McIntosh) Combs. On October 20, 1962 she married Charles Howard who survives in Continental. Also surviving are 2 sons: Stephen (Cana) Howard of...

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  1. 2015 Lady Pirates Season Preview

    2015 Lady Pirates Season Preview

    Last year the Lady Pirate soccer team made it to the District Semifinals where they were knocked out of the tournament by Ottawa-Glandorf 6-2. The Titans ended up Division III State Runners-up. The Pirates lost All State Second Team player McKenna Scott to graduation. The Pirates finished 2014 with a 11-6-1 record while finishing second in the PCL. Highlighting the...

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  2. Volley Pirates 2015 Season Preview

    Volley Pirates 2015 Season Preview

    Last year the Volley Pirates had their season end in the sectional semifinal to a McComb team that finished as Division IV State Runners-up. This year the Pirates hope to build on a 1-21 record with a host of returning letterwinners. Highlighting the Pirates season is season opener at Patrick Henry (8/27) and home opener against Wayne Trace (8/29). The...

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  3. 2015-16 All Sports Passes

    2015-16 All Sports Passes

    All Sports Passes for the 2015-16 school year will be $100 for adults (reserved seats for varsity boys’ basketball games are an additional $10 with the pass, or $50 without) and $25 for students. All Sports passes will grant admission to all Junior High and High School HOME sporting events for the 2015-16 school year (regular season games only). Sports...

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  4. Continental Elementary School Class Lists 2015-16

    Continental Elementary School Class Lists 2015-16

    From the Continental Elementary School, the class lists for the 2015-16 school year: Mrs. Geckle (Room C115) Kindergarten Devin Volkert, Breann Davis, Easton Niese, Haley Fulmer, Logan Hammond, Destiny Calvelage, Gracin Okuly, Danniella (Danni) Coble, Taylor Clark, Karson Varner, Kamryn Searfoss, Griffin Fuller, Emma Dudek, Adin Daisy, Micalin Basinger, Brayden Frisch, Maeci Dockery, Ryker Armey, Zoe Fessel, Kaeden Wagner, Mercedes...

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  5. Pirates Fall Season Kicks Off This Week

    Pirates Fall Season Kicks Off This Week

    Wauseon is the first opponent for the both the Pirate Boys and Girls soccer teams this Saturday. The Boys host the Indians with a 10 am start while the Girls travel to Wauseon for an 11 am start. The Volley Pirates serve up their first game at Patrick Henry on Tuesday and on next Saturday go to Upper Scioto Valley...

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  6. Correction To Workbook Fees:

    Correction To Workbook Fees:

    Correction to the 7th & 8th Grade fees: Staff will welcome students back to Continental Local Schools with the first day of classes to be held on Tuesday, August 25, 2015. Classes will be running from 8:20 a.m. – 3:05 p.m. for grades K-6 with doors opening at 8:05 a.m. Grades 7-12 classes are from 8:15 a.m. – 3:00 p.m....

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  7. Immunization Requirements for Students Entering 7th Grade

    Immunization Requirements for Students Entering 7th Grade

    There has been a significant change in the immunizations required for school attendance for students entering the 7th grade. Most children entering 7th grade in Ohio have not yet received the Tdap or Td booster. The Director of the Ohio Department of Health updated the required immunizations for 7th grade school attendance to include a Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis)...

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  8. “Let’s Paint The Bell!”

    “Let’s Paint The Bell!”

    There seems to have been a lot of people saying “Hey, let’s paint the bell!” this summer. There were times it was painted so quickly that one wasn’t able to get a photo before it was painted again. The photos below are the art work done mostly during July and August, 2015. Ohhhhh, the tradition goes on!

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  9. Pirate Lunch Menu, Week of August 24

    Pirate Lunch Menu, Week of August 24

    Tuesday, August 25 (First Day of School!!): Hot Dog Sandwich, Baked Beans, Cucumbers & Carrots, Ranch Cup, Mandarin Oranges, Milk Wednesday, August 26: Cheeseburger Sandwich, Smiles, Pickles, Peaches, Milk Thursday, August 27: Popcorn Chicken, Au Gratin Potatoes, Corn, Whole Grain Dinner Roll, Pears, Milk Friday, August 28: Whole Grain Pepperoni Pizza, Green Beans, Fresh Carrots, Ranch Cup, Applesauce Cup, Milk

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  1. PPEC Expresses Concern About EPA Clean Power Plan

    PPEC Expresses Concern About EPA Clean Power Plan

    Paulding, Ohio– Monday, Aug. 10th, 2015-Paulding Putnam Electric, along with other electric co-ops in Ohio and Indiana are bracing for what is being describe as the negative financial and reliability impacts of the EPA’s newly released Clean Power Plan regulating existing power plants. Acting under what the EPA says is its authority given to them by Congress under section 111(d)...

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  2. Back To School Information/Open House

    Back To School Information/Open House

    Staff will welcome students back to Continental Local Schools with the first day of classes to be held on Tuesday, August 25, 2015. Classes will be running from 8:20 a.m. – 3:05 p.m. for grades K-6 with doors opening at 8:05 a.m. Grades 7-12 classes are from 8:15 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. with doors opening at 8:00 a.m. Parents and...

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  3. Breaking & Entering @ Willshire American Legion Post 207

    Breaking & Entering @ Willshire American Legion Post 207

    Press release from Van Wert County Sheriff’s Office (7/31/2015): Van Wert County Sheriff Thomas M. Riggenbach is seeking information on a break-in that occurred at the American Legion Post 207 in Willshire. Sheriff Riggenbach stated that sometime between the hours of 4:00a.m. and 5:00a.m. on Thursday July 30th two people entered the Willshire American Legion Post 207. Once inside an...

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  4. PPEC Members Donate Over $12,000

    PPEC Members Donate Over $12,000

    Paulding, Oh. – For those not familiar with Operation Round Up, the idea is to give members the option of having their bills rounded up to the nearest dollar every month, with those extra few cents going to benefit people in need within the co-op’s service territory. Paulding Putnam began doing Operation Round Up in July 2010. Currently, over 8700...

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  5. Message From the Continental Police Chief…

    Message From the Continental Police Chief…

    From the Putnam County OH Sheriff’s Facebook page: Release issued by Continental Police Chief Arnie Hardy: On July 20, 2015 the Continental American Legion was broken into at approxamately 4:40am. The subjects entered through a north side door. Once inside, the subjects searched for money and other valuables. They opened one of the safes, and removed another from the building....

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  6. Be Aware of Recent Thefts

    Be Aware of Recent Thefts

    The eNews was contacted this week to alert the residents of Continental to be aware of recent thefts in the area. In the last 2 weeks a full patio set and also a Little Tikes play set were stolen. Both incidents were large items and would have required a truck and trailer to move. Please keep an eye on your...

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  7. Mike Makes The All-Stars!

    Mike Makes The All-Stars!

    From the Editor: As I have said before, our staff writer, Mike Jones is one lucky guy! Back in March, Mike was chosen along with four other Whirlpool employees to film a new Maytag commercial. Mike’s primary job is Quality Control Engineer at Whirlpool’s Marion, OH plant. Mike was treated to an all-expense paid trip to California with sightseeing excursions,...

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  8. Putnam County Rose To The Challenge!

    Putnam County Rose To The Challenge!

    So it rained, and rained, and rained on the GOBA riders all through Friday night and still raining in the morning – over 3 inches. The Elementary School doors opened at 5am and the lights came on in the gym at that time – wake up! The halls quickly filled with riders dressed in soaking-wet cycling attire. Local groups were...

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  9. GOBA – A Warm Welcome To Putnam County!

    GOBA – A Warm Welcome To Putnam County!

    The 1900 riders on the Great Ohio Bicycle Adventure left Bowling Green on Friday morning heading to Ottawa – a 54 mile jaunt. With the A.M. stop in North Baltimore, lunch stop in Deshler, and P.M. stop in Leipsic. The riders had been keeping track of the weather and knew heavy rains were expected for Friday evening into Saturday and...

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