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Fall Festival Planning Meeting – March 1

The Fall Festival planning committee will meet on Wednesday, March 1 at 7pm at the Continental American Legion. If you would like to be a part of this community event – volunteers are needed, please consider attending this meeting. Fall Festival 2017 will be September...

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American Legion Post 541 Activities and Events:

Sons of American Legion Gun Raffle

Sons of American Legion Post 541 will be hosting a Gun Raffle event on Saturday, March 11 at 7pm. Tickets are $25 and includes BBQ Beef, Hot Dogs, Chips and Cowboy Beans. For every 25...

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  1. Christ UM Community Lunch – Wednesday, March 1

    Christ UM Community Lunch – Wednesday, March 1

    Christ United Methodists’ Community Luncheon will be held on Wednesday, March 1, 11:30 to 1pm. The Ash Wednesday meal will feature: Assorted Soups, Hot Dogs, Tuna Salad Sandwiches, Desserts, and Beverage. All donations will be given to the local food pantry. Everyone is welcome! Come for great food & fellowship. Christ United Methodist Church is located on South Main Street....

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  2. The Helena Acre HomeGrown Scholarship Program

    The Helena Acre HomeGrown Scholarship Program

    Helena Chemical Company, Continental branch, is excited to announce the recipient of the Helena Homegrown Scholarship. Ron Harter is the winner of a $1,000 scholarship dedicated in their name to an eligible student attending Continental High School. The Helena Homegrown Scholarship will be awarded to a 2017 graduating high school senior pursuing a degree in agriculture or science. Helena is...

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  3. Free Developmental Screenings for Infants, Toddler, Preschoolers

    Free Developmental Screenings for Infants, Toddler, Preschoolers

    Putnam County Help Me Grow Early Childhood Specialists will be available to screen Putnam County infants, toddlers and preschoolers free of charge. Developmental screenings that are available include hearing, vision, physical development (rolling, sitting, crawling, walking, etc.), speech and language, behavioral and play skills. The free screenings are offered to Putnam County residents monthly. Our next screening will take place...

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  4. Coffee & Conversation – Saturday, February 25

    Coffee & Conversation – Saturday, February 25

    The monthly non-denominational Coffee & Conversation gathering will be on Saturday, February 25 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, on the 4th Saturday of the month at 10:00 am. Hope to see you...

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  5. This Week in Continental, February 20 – 26

    This Week in Continental, February 20 – 26

    Monday, February 20: President’s Day 8:00 Legion Meeting Tuesday, February 21: 7:00 Continental Local Schools Administrative Board Meeting 9:00 Post 541 Weekly Drawing Wednesday, February 22: Thursday, February 23: 6:00 Len Collier Band @ Continental American Legion Friday, February 24: Saturday, February 25: 10:00 Coffee & Conversation @ Bloomers 9:00 Karaoke @ Continental American Legion Sunday, February 26:

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  6. Continental Lions Club Annual Raffle, Feb 17

    Continental Lions Club Annual Raffle, Feb 17

    Buy your tickets – need not be present to win! The Continental Lions Club is holding their annual Raffle at the Continental vs Kalida Boys Varsity Basketball game on Friday, February 17. There are awesome prizes! Grand Prize is a Samsung ChromeBook Laptop. 2nd prize is a Protocol Drone and 3rd prize is an Amazon Eco Dot. If you cannot...

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  1. Thacker Graduates From Ohio Technical College

    Thacker Graduates From Ohio Technical College

    William Hantl, President of Ohio Technical College, proudly announces the graduation of Brian Thacker on February 10, 2017. Brian successfully completed the 18-month program and received his Diploma in PowerSport Technology. Brian graduated Valedictorian making OTC’s Honor Roll 5 quarters, maintaining 90% or higher on test scores and lab performance. he also earned 15 months of Perfect Attendance Honors as...

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  2. Defiance College Fall Semester Honors List – Continental

    Defiance College Fall Semester Honors List – Continental

    ​DEFIANCE, Ohio – Each semester, Defiance College recognizes students who have attained an outstanding level of academic excellence by naming them to either the Dean’s list or the school honors list. The honors list is for students achieving a grade point average of 3.5 or higher and enrolled in 6-11 semester hours for which letter grades are given. Students who...

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  3. Patricia A. Williamson, 1932 – 2017

    Patricia A. Williamson, 1932 – 2017

    Patricia A. Williamson, 84, of Continental died 6:30 a.m., Sunday, February 19, 2017 at the Meadows of Kalida. She was born June 27, 1932 in Dupont to the late Glen and Gladys (Halbgewoks) Prowant. On April 20, 1950, she married Kenneth L. Williamson. He died May 25, 2010. Survivors include five children: Jodie (Pedro) Soto, Sr. of Continental, Tammy (Michael)...

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  4. Donald Wayne Fuller, 1928 – 2017

    Donald Wayne Fuller, 1928 – 2017

    Donald Wayne Fuller, 88, of Continental, died 4:31 a.m., Sunday, February 19, 2017 at Defiance Inpatient Hospice. He was born August 7, 1928 in Oakwood to the late Aden Fuller. On December 7, 1948 he married Marjorie Wagner and she survives in Continental. Also surviving are two children: Ron (Lorraine) Fuller of Continental and Lori (Ruben) Fuerst of Liberty Center;...

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  5. Bronc Busters 4-H Club News

    Bronc Busters 4-H Club News

    Bronc Busters 4-H Club held their second meeting on January 29, 2017. Last year’s Secretary, Katie Keller called the meeting to order and led the pledges. Ashley McCleese was awarded a first-place plaque for her 2016 project ‘Set the Stage’, and Emily Deatrick received a 1 yr. certificate. Kelly Slattman received a 15-year certificate. The members answered roll call with...

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  6. Brad D.Schroeder, 1962-2017

    Brad D.Schroeder, 1962-2017

    Lima – Brad D. Schroeder, 54 of Lima, formerly of Glandorf died 5:10 a.m. Friday, February 10, 2017 at OSU James Cancer Center in Columbus. He was born April 3, 1962 in Lima to the late Orvel and Janet Ann (Etter) Schroeder. On April 7, 1990 he married Ann Baylor, who survives. Also surviving are his children: Casey Schroeder and...

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  7. Alvarado Awarded UF Endowed Scholarship for 2016-17

    Alvarado Awarded UF Endowed Scholarship for 2016-17

    FINDLAY — Chance Alvarado, of Continental, was awarded the following endowed scholarships at the University of Findlay for the 2016-2017 academic year: Sharon G. Milligan-Lois Annabelle Foltz-Milligan Memorial Scholarship, Allen Clopper Scholarship, I. N. Heminger Scholarship and Austin E. Knowlton Memorial Scholarship The University of Findlay is one of the largest private colleges in Northwest Ohio. With a total enrollment...

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  8. Earl B. Curtis Jr, 1945 – 2017

    Earl B. Curtis Jr, 1945 – 2017

    Cloverdale – Earl B. Curtis, Jr., 71 of Cloverdale died 3:45 p.m. Saturday, January 28, 2017 at Lima Memorial Health Systems surrounded by his family. He was born February 4, 1945 in Van Wert to the late Earl B. and Lola Mae (Bish) Curtis, Sr. On February 23, 1965 he married Terry Johnston, who survives in Ottoville. They were married...

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  9. Bronc Busters 4-H Club News

    Bronc Busters 4-H Club News

    Bronc Busters 4-H Club held their organizational meeting on January 15, 2017. Last year’s President, Taryn Homier, called the meeting to order. Parker Wildermuth was awarded a first-place plaque for her 2016 project ‘My Collectibles’. Advisors Stacy Ruck, Chelsea Slattman, and Kelly Slattman welcomed everyone to the meeting and everyone introduced themselves. There were 24 members, 8 cloverbuds, 2 advisors,...

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  1. Cheer on the Young Pirates This Weekend!

    Cheer on the Young Pirates This Weekend!

    The Putnam County League Basketball Tournament for 7th and 8th Grade boys kicks off this Saturday, February 25th. If you have not had an opportunity to support these young Pirates, this is a great time to do it! The 8th grade boys will have a home-court advantage as Continental is the host site. Continental will kick-off the tournament with the...

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  2. Pirate Lunch Menu, February 27 – March 3

    Pirate Lunch Menu, February 27 – March 3

    Monday, Feb 27: Chicken Nuggets, Au Gratin Potatoes, Bread Stick, Corn, Mandarin Oranges, Choice of Milk Tuesday, Feb 28: Hamburger, W/G Bun, Peas, Pickles, Applesauce, Choice of Milk Wednesday, March 1: Mini Corn Dogs, Macaroni and Cheese, Baked Beans, Corn, Banana, Choice of Milk Thursday, March 2: Salisbury Steak, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Green Beans, W/G Dinner Roll, Pears, Choice of...

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  3. Pirates Come Back to Defeat Rams

    Pirates Come Back to Defeat Rams

    Sports — A lot was happening at Tinora on Saturday. Senior night for the Rams post game, recognition of their State Champion Cheerleading squad and coach Paul Wayne was going for win 500. Oh, and they also were taking on Continental in a non-league boys basketball match-up. You could sense Coach Wayne was in the house as the first quarter...

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  4. Eickholt Finalist in College & High School Photography Contest

    Eickholt Finalist in College & High School Photography Contest

    Congratulations to Continental High School sophomore Breanne Eickholt for being a finalist in the 37th Annual College & High School Photography Contest!! Around 13,000 photos were entered from countries worldwide and her photo titled “Surfacing”, is one of the 100 high school finalist! Her photo will be published in Photographer’s Forum Magazine and in a hardcover book Best of College...

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  5. Pirates in Action, February 20 – 25

    Pirates in Action, February 20 – 25

    Sports — A big week for the Pirates Winter sports teams as the Girls Varsity team travels to Paulding for the OHSAA Division IV sectional semifinal on Tuesday when they play Fort Jennings. If the Lady Pirates win they will take on Ottoville in the sectional final on Saturday. Thursday night the 2017 Putnam County League Boys Basketball Champion will...

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  6. Pirate Lunch Menu, February 20 – 24

    Pirate Lunch Menu, February 20 – 24

    Monday, Feb 20: No School – Presidents Day (Fed) Tuesday, Feb 21: Hamburger, W/G Bun, Cheese Slice, Green Beans, Pickles, Pears, Choice of Milk Wednesday, Feb 22: Chicken Nuggets, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Corn, W/G Dinner Roll, Applesauce Cup, Choice of Milk Thursday, Feb 23: Washington’s Birthday – Sausage, Cheese Slice, W/G Bun, Smile Potatoes, Fresh Broccoli, Ranch Cup, Banana, Choice...

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  1. Scams Target Paulding Putnam Electric Members

    Scams Target Paulding Putnam Electric Members

    Paulding, OH. (12-16-16)– Paulding Putnam Electric Co-op (PPEC) wants you to be aware of a few scams that have surfaced in the area. The first incident occurred in the Monroeville, Indiana area where a person pretending to be a PPEC worker, requested payment for tree trimming services. Unfortunately, an elderly person ended up making a payment of $150. PPEC wants...

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  2. Election Process Begins for Paulding Putnam Electric

    Election Process Begins for Paulding Putnam Electric

    Paulding, OH – Paulding Putnam Electric is looking for highly qualified professional individuals to run for the board. Three seats are up for re-election within Paulding Putnam Electric Co-op (PPEC)’s territory. The upcoming election will be for districts 1, 6, and 9. · District 1 includes members who reside in Allen and Adams counties in Indiana and in the following...

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  3. Jane’s Crazy Spooktacular Walk

    Jane’s Crazy Spooktacular Walk

    Jane Deken celebrated life with all her heart. She took every moment and made it a great memory for those around her. Join the Deken family in remembering Jane on Sunday, October 30, 2 p.m. – 5 p.m., for “Jane’s Crazy Spooktacular Walk” at Sparling Park, on the corner of North Main and West Forrest Street in Continental, Ohio. All...

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  4. Do You Recognize This Trash?

    Do You Recognize This Trash?

    Posted on the Putnam County OH Sheriffs Office Facebook page (Sept 17): “We have a resident on Road H-24 near Dupont that has an ongoing issue with trash being dumped on his property. Here are a few pictures of some items recently left. We are asking if anyone recognizes this. If you know who may have left this, please call...

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  5. Continental Fall Fest Sept 23, 24 and 25

    Continental Fall Fest Sept 23, 24 and 25

    The Continental Fall Festival is an annual event held in downtown Continental that showcases the spirit of the entire community of Continental, Ohio. Held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the end of September each year, the Continental Fall Festival has games, activities and events for all ages. Since the beginning of the Fall Festival, community members have joined forces...

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  6. Grant Insurance Agency Celebrates 80 Years

    Grant Insurance Agency Celebrates 80 Years

    A local business staple of Continental is celebrating a milestone birthday in a big way!  Grant Insurance Agency, Inc. invites you to attend their Customer Appreciation Luncheon on Friday September 16, 2016 from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM as their way of saying  thank you for allowing them to serve you for the last 80 years.  In addition to hamburgers, hot dogs,...

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  7. Severe Storms Make For an Eventful Evening

    Severe Storms Make For an Eventful Evening

    Continental’s tornado siren sounded several times this evening with the band of storms that passed through just before 8:00pm. Two systems spawned tornadoes on paths from Van Wert – Cloverdale – Dupont – Continental and also Antwerp – Defiance – Napoleon, both systems originating in Indiana. Continental was unscathed but Dupont suffered storm damage and power outages – mostly large...

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