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This Week in Continental, January 22 – 28

Monday, Jan 22: Tuesday, Jan 23: 9:00 Post 541 Weekly Drawing Wednesday, Jan 24: Thursday, Jan 25: 6:00 Len Collier Band @ Continental American Legion 6:30 Dupont Church of the Brethren Worship @ Kalida Meadows Friday, Jan 26: Saturday, Jan 27: 10:00 Coffee & Conversation...

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American Legion Post 541 Activities and Events:

Post 541 “Membership Ball” February 10th

Post 541 Membership Ball Saturday, February 10, 2018 Cocktails 5:30 – 6:30 Dinner 6:30 Horizon 8:00 – 11:00 Open to all Continental American Legion Winnow & Arn Post 541 members, persons who would like to...

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  1. This Week in Continental, January 22 – 28

    This Week in Continental, January 22 – 28

    Monday, Jan 22: Tuesday, Jan 23: 9:00 Post 541 Weekly Drawing Wednesday, Jan 24: Thursday, Jan 25: 6:00 Len Collier Band @ Continental American Legion 6:30 Dupont Church of the Brethren Worship @ Kalida Meadows Friday, Jan 26: Saturday, Jan 27: 10:00 Coffee & Conversation @ Bloomer’s Boutique & Coffee 5:00 Sportsman’s Banquet @ Dupont Church of the Brethren Sunday,...

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  2. This Week in Continental, January 15 – 21

    This Week in Continental, January 15 – 21

    Monday, Jan 15: Martin Luther King Day 8:00 Legion Meeting Tuesday, Jan 16: 2:00 Worship @ Ottawa Meadows 9:00 Post 541 Weekly Drawing Wednesday, Jan 17: 6:30 College Credit Plus Meeting @ CHS 6:30 Identity Theft Prevention Presentation @ Putnam Co ESC Thursday, Jan 18: 10:00 Story Time @ Continental Branch Library 1:30 iPad Basics Seminar @ Continental Branch Library...

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  3. Bronc Busters 4-H News

    Bronc Busters 4-H News

    Bronc Busters 4-H Club held their organizational meeting on January 7, 2018. Last year’s Vice President, Katie Keller, called the meeting to order. Advisors Marge Kosch, Chelsea Bibler, Taryn Homier, and Kelly Slattman welcomed everyone to the meeting and everyone introduced themselves. There were 23 members, 4 cloverbuds, 4 advisors, and 14 guests at the meeting. Kelly distributed enrollment forms,...

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  4. After Prom Benefit-Post Game Party – January 13

    After Prom Benefit-Post Game Party – January 13

    Join the CHS After Prom Committee at the Continental American Legion following the Continental boys basketball game on Saturday, January 13th. There will be a DJ(provided by Undisputed Sound), food, and raffles to benefit the junior class. $5 at the door-price includes sandwich and snacks. Cash bar available. Please share to as many people as possible and help make this...

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  5. Israel Putnam Masonic Lodge Monthly Community Breakfast

    Israel Putnam Masonic Lodge Monthly Community Breakfast

    Community Breakfast Buffet @ the Continental Masonic Lodge Saturday, January 13, 7-9:30 By Donation! The Continental Masonic Lodge will be hosting their monthly Breakfast Buffet – an assortment of freshly made breakfast foods served piping hot. Dine-in or carry-out, cost is by donation. If you know someone who is a shut-in or homebound, please call Jeff at 419-306-8939 to arrange...

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  1. Deloris J. Weible, 1934 – 2018

    Deloris J. Weible, 1934 – 2018

    OAKWOOD – Deloris J. Weible, 83, of Oakwood died 12:00 p.m., Friday, January 19, 2018 at The Laurels of Defiance. She was born March 25, 1934 in Van Wert County to the late Clarence and Opal (Warrick) Wallick. On November 20, 1955, she married Don A. Weible. He died November 1, 1998. Surviving are four daughters: Michelle (Rob) Oller and...

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  2. Putnam County Reunion in Florida, February 8th

    Putnam County Reunion in Florida, February 8th

    The annual Putnam County Reunion for snowbirds in Florida will be held on Thursday, February 8, 2018 at Duff’s Restaurant located on the corner of St. Rt. 41 and 6010 14th St. West in Bradenton, Florida. Fellowship starts at 10:30, lunch will start at 11:00. For further information contact Marv Rau at 419-789-9332 or email rauar15@tds.net. Spread the word –...

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  3. Alice Joanne Spitnale, 1946 – 2018

    Alice Joanne Spitnale, 1946 – 2018

    Continental – Alice Joanne Spitnale, 71, passed away peacefully at 6:04 a.m., Sunday, January 14, 2018 at the Meadows of Leipsic. She was born February 17, 1946 in Defiance to the late Carl and Rosemary (Gerber) Spitnale. Alice is survived by her sister, LaDonna Engle and brother-in-law, Gene Engle of North Carolina, and Engle children: Ken, Michael, Vicki and Jenny;...

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  4. Book Signing by Local Author – Ezekiel O Tracy

    Book Signing by Local Author – Ezekiel O Tracy

    Local Author, Ezekiel O Tracy, is a baker, author, and artist. Growing up he read nearly every fantasy book in the Oakwood Library, filling his imagination and love for story-telling. When he isn’t writing, Ezekiel can be found baking or teaching art lessons. His published works include: The Death Diary, The Seed Bearer’s Chronicles: River & Pauline, and the Other/s....

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  5. Elaine Perkey, 1928 – 2018

    Elaine Perkey, 1928 – 2018

    OTTAWA – Elaine Perkey, 89, of Ottawa, died at 11:14 p.m. Friday, January 5, 2018 at St. Rita’s Medical Center, Lima. She was born August 14, 1928 in Putnam County, OH to the late Doyle and Harriet (Pangle) DeVelbiss. On August 17, 1946, she married E. Gene Perkey. He died March 4, 2004. Surviving are three children: Ginny (Bob) Hughes,...

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  6. Thank You From the Family of Don Harter

    Thank You From the Family of Don Harter

    The Don Harter family would like to express many thanks to family members, friends, and neighbors for everyone’s kindness, condolences, and support. We appreciate all the food, flowers, donations, cards, visits, and phone calls given to our family. We want to express special appreciation to Fresenius Kidney Care Dialysis Center, St. Rita’s Medical Center, Loretta from Bloomers Boutique, Love-Heitmeyer Funeral...

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  7. Volunteers Needed for “Night to Shine” Event

    Volunteers Needed for “Night to Shine” Event

    Kaitlyn’s Cottage and Family Christian Center are hosting a Night to Shine sponsored by the @Tim Tebow Foundation on February 9, 2018! Night To Shine is an unforgettable prom night experience, centered on God’s love, for people with special needs, ages 14 and older. Below you will find links to our Registration Websites. (All Volunteers and Guests Must register in...

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  1. Vikings 52, Lady Pirates 30

    Vikings 52, Lady Pirates 30

    On Saturday afternoon the Continental High School bus traveled east for Varsity Girls Putnam County League action against Leipsic. The Vikings came out strong to start the game by putting in the first 8 points. Pirate baskets by Addyson Armey and Kaitlyn Alvarado made it 8-4. A pair of Viking free throws made it 10-4 after 1. The Vikings opened...

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  2. Pirates Pick Up a Win Against McComb

    Pirates Pick Up a Win Against McComb

    There was a lot of excitement in the Cove on Saturday night as it was Mini-Cheerleader night, a Freezer and whole hog was being raffled, and the Pirate Boys Varsity was hosting McComb in a non league game. In a game of streaks it appeared from the start whichever team had the last one would win. The Panthers won the...

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  3. Pirates in Action, January 22 – 27

    Pirates in Action, January 22 – 27

    Only one Putnam County league game is on this week’s Pirates agenda as the Varsity Girls host Pandora Gilboa on Saturday. The Girls start the week’s Varsity action on Tuesday when they travel to Antwerp. The Varsity Boys hit the hardcourt on Wednesday when the host Lima Perry in a makeup game. Varsity action concludes on Saturday night as the...

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  4. Thank You! from the Continental Music Boosters

    Thank You! from the Continental Music Boosters

    Continental Music Boosters would like to thank the following for their wonderful contributions to our uniform fund… Heitmeyer Funeral Home Arps Dairy K&L Ready Mix Sand Ridge Excavating JPS Oil Ft Jennings State Bank We were thrilled to be the recipients of 3 community grants from Walmart of Defiance, Walmart of Ottawa, and Walmart of Napoleon. Also congratulations to Sue...

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  5. Musketeers Topple Pirates in PCL Contest

    Musketeers Topple Pirates in PCL Contest

    On Friday Continental play host to Fort Jennings in Putnam County League Boys Basketball. The middle two quarter provided the downfall for the Pirates. However things started out great for the Pirates as the Musketeers won the tip and put in the first 2 points the Pirates came back and tied it on a Jarret Keck basket. A 6 point...

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  6. Jennings Takes Lady Pirates in PCL Match-up

    Jennings Takes Lady Pirates in PCL Match-up

    On Thursday, Continental High Girls Varsity ventured to the South edge of Putnam County to take on Fort Jennings in a Putnam County League game. Early on had the Pirates finding the nets extremely unfriendly as they could only put in 3 points in the first quarter while the Musketeers made 8 points. A dominating second quarter by the Fort...

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  7. Pirate Lunch Menu, January 22 – 26

    Pirate Lunch Menu, January 22 – 26

    Monday, Jan 22: Egg and Sausage Sandwich, W/G Bun, Hash Browns, Broccoli with Cheese Sauce, Fruit Choice, Milk Tuesday, Jan 23: Hamburger Sandwich, W/G Bun, Cheese Slice, Peas, Pickles, Fruit Choice, Milk Wednesday, Jan 24: Sub Sandwich, W/G Bun, Baked Beans, Fresh Carrots, Ranch Cup, Fruit Choice, Milk Thursday, Jan 25: Chicken and Noodles, Cheese Stick, Mashed Potatoes, W/G Dinner...

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  8. 1st Place Winner in MLK Jr Writing Contest is a Vantage Junior

    1st Place Winner in MLK Jr Writing Contest is a Vantage Junior

    Congratulations to Cody Gaham, a junior in the Criminal Justice program from Parkway. He took first place in the state-wide 2018 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Art, Writing & Multimedia Contest sponsored by the Ohio Civil Rights Commission. Only one winner is selected to receive recognition from each grade level! Cody will be formally recognized and his essay showcased at...

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  9. Career Opportunity @ Continental Local Schools

    Career Opportunity @ Continental Local Schools

    Assistant Treasurer/EMIS Coordinator Continental Local School is seeking an Assistant Treasurer/EMIS Coordinator. This is a full time position, 260-day contract w/benefits. Qualifications: Two or four year college degree in finance or accounting. Willing to obtain a school treasurer’s license. Strong data-processing, financial, and organizational skills. Experience in Uniform School Accounting/Payroll Software (USAS/USPS), and state EMIS software. Efficient in Microsoft Office,...

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  10. Continental/Ft. Jennings Military Appreciation Night – Jan 19th

    Continental/Ft. Jennings Military Appreciation Night – Jan 19th

    Continental High School, Fort Jennings High School, and the Ohio High School Athletic Association would like to invite everyone to celebrate and show their appreciation for our country’s military men and women. When: Friday, January 19th, 2018 during the Boys’ JV/Varsity Basketball Game at Continental High School. All military personnel and veterans will receive free admission to the game and...

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  1. Hoops Gains Support from Fellow Applicants for the 81st House District Seat

    Hoops Gains Support from Fellow Applicants for the 81st House District Seat

    Barnhart, Lankenau, Meyer Encourage Republicans to Back Hoops: NAPOLEON, OH – Following an announcement that the Ohio House of Representatives selected former legislator Jim Hoops to fill the vacant 81st House District, three fellow applicants acknowledged the process for appointment as fair and encouraged northwest Ohio Republicans to back Jim Hoops, the incumbent, in the May primary. The former Mayor...

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  2. PPEC Members See Lower Electric Bills in December

    PPEC Members See Lower Electric Bills in December

    Paulding, OH-(12-12-17) Paulding Putnam Electric Members will see a lower electric bill around the holidays. That’s because Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative’s Board of Trustees recently approved to return $1.4 million to the Cooperative’s members. Members will be seeing a credit on their December bill. The money is being returned to members in the form of capital credits, also known as...

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  3. Village of Dupont Notice

    Village of Dupont Notice

    The Village of Dupont is accepting applications from interested residents for an open council position. The position will be available beginning on January 1, 2018. Interested residents should submit a letter of interest to P.O. Box 100 Dupont, Ohio 45837. All letters must be received prior to the meeting on Monday, December 11, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. Sara Thomsen Fiscal...

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  4. Barnhart Announces Decision to Seek Appointment to Vacant 81st House District Seat

    Barnhart Announces Decision to Seek Appointment to Vacant 81st House District Seat

    Leipsic, OH – The following statement can be attributed to Justin Barnhart: “After much thoughtful consideration and consultation with my family, I have decided to put my name forward for consideration to fill the vacant 81st Ohio House District seat. Our district has been well served by the leadership of State Representative Rob McColley, and I offer him my best...

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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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