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This Week in Continental, December 5 – 11

Monday, December 5: 6:30 Story Time @ Continental Branch Library 7:00 Continental Elementary K-2 Christmas Program Tuesday, December 6: 9:00 Post 541 Weekly Drawing Wednesday, December 7: 11:30 Christ UM Church Community Lunch Thursday, December 8: 6:00 Len Collier Band @ Continental American Legion 6:00...

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Post #541 Canteen Offers Friday Dinner Specials

Starting this Friday Dec 2nd and every Friday until April, the Continental American Legion will offer sirloin steak and BBQ Rib dinner specials. The small hall will be open for dining for those that may...

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  1. This Week in Continental, December 5 – 11

    This Week in Continental, December 5 – 11

    Monday, December 5: 6:30 Story Time @ Continental Branch Library 7:00 Continental Elementary K-2 Christmas Program Tuesday, December 6: 9:00 Post 541 Weekly Drawing Wednesday, December 7: 11:30 Christ UM Church Community Lunch Thursday, December 8: 6:00 Len Collier Band @ Continental American Legion 6:00 Community Worship @ Meadows of Kalida Friday, December 9: 6:00 CVFD Toys for Tots Drive...

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  2. Post 541 Donates to Toys for Tots Drive

    Post 541 Donates to Toys for Tots Drive

    Commander Jason Rue presents a $300.00 check from the Post 541 Legion Family to representatives of the Continental Fire Dept for their annual Toys For Tots drive. Thank you to our community for supporting Legion events – whether it be visiting our Canteen or attending fundraisers, with your support we are able to donate back to our community as well...

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  3. Christ United Methodist Community Luncheon, Dec 7

    Christ United Methodist Community Luncheon, Dec 7

    The church ladies are cooking again! Christ United Methodists’ Community Luncheon will be held on Wednesday, December 7, 11:30 to 1pm. The menu for December is: Beef & Noodles, Mashed Potatoes, Corn, Rolls, Desserts, and Beverage. All donations will be given to the local food pantry. Everyone welcome! Come for great food & fellowship. Christ United Methodist Church is located...

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  4. Community Breakfast @ Continental Masonic Lodge

    Community Breakfast @ Continental Masonic Lodge

    Saturday, December 3 7am – 9:30am Home-cooked Breakfast (cost by donation) Menu: Eggs, French toast sticks, ham, sausage, sausage gravy & biscuits, coffee & juice. Continental Masonic Lodge on West Grove Street Community breakfasts will be held on the first Saturday of the month to support the many outreach programs of the Masons. All are invited – come & dine!

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  1. George Louis Jorkos, Sr., 1930 – 2016

    George Louis Jorkos, Sr., 1930 – 2016

    George Louis Jorkos, Sr., 86, of Defiance, passed away on Thursday, December 1, 2016 at CHP Defiance Area Inpatient Hospice Center in Defiance, Ohio. He was born on February 14, 1930 to John and Mary (Matese) Jorkos in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. George worked at Bethlehem Steel in Pennsylvania, and he worked at General Motors in Defiance as a journeyman millwright until...

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  2. Agnes Buff, 1924 – 2016

    Agnes Buff, 1924 – 2016

    Miss Agnes Buff age 92, of Holgate and formerly of Continental died Friday morning, December 2, 2016 at the Vancrest Healthcare Center of Holgate. Her Legacy… Agnes was born February 11, 1924 to Jacob V. and Minnie Agnus (Schultz) Buff in Continental. In 1942, she graduated from Continental High School. Most of her adult life was spent on the farm,...

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  3. Sandra Shafer Brady, 1939 – 2016

    Sandra Shafer Brady, 1939 – 2016

    Sandra “Sandi” (Shafer) Brady, 77, passed away on Nov. 25, 2016 in Wenatchee, WA after a brief illness. The oldest child of Howard & Lois (Day) Shafer, Sandi was a 1957 graduate of Continental High School. Following that she attended nurses training in Fort Wayne and became a registered nurse. Sandi met her husband-to-be in Indiana, and they moved to...

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  4. Richard R. (Dick) Parrish, 1923 – 2016

    Richard R. (Dick) Parrish, 1923 – 2016

    Continental – Richard R. (Dick) Parrish, 93, of Continental died 2:25 a.m. Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at the Defiance Inpatient Hospice Center. He was born August 5, 1923 in Paulding County to Clyde and Blanche (Coder) Parrish. On July 4, 1945 he married Helen L. Fitzwater who survives in Continental. Dick is also survived by his three children: Douglas (Glola)...

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  5. Rebecca “Becky” J. Zimmerman, 1950-2016

    Rebecca “Becky” J. Zimmerman, 1950-2016

    Rebecca “Becky” J. Zimmerman, 66, of Continental, passed away on Monday, November 28, 2016 at the Toledo Hospital. She was born on November 21, 1950 to Henry and Dorothy (Miller) Lantow in Defiance. On June 25, 1976 she married Charles “Charlie” Zimmerman, who resides in Continental, Ohio. Becky was a member of St. John Lutheran Church in Defiance, and the...

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  6. Thanksgiving – Count Your Blessings & Share Them!

    Thanksgiving – Count Your Blessings & Share Them!

    From the Editor: A Facebook post today from the Putnam County Dog Shelter asking for donations comes at a most opportune time – families celebrating Thanksgiving. If your family has been blessed this past year, perhaps they would like to share those blessings by making a collective donation to a worthy cause. Christmas for Kids (Putnam County) will be accepting...

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  7. Congratulations Quinn & Go Blue Jays!

    Congratulations Quinn & Go Blue Jays!

    Quinn Donaldson, son of Duane Donaldson and grandson of Howard & Janice Donaldson, is having a stellar season in his senior year at Johns Hopkins University. Here are some recent highlights shared by Duane: The Blue Jays are 10-0 this season and have a 37 game regular season winning streak in tact through season’s end. The seniors have capped off...

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  8. Catherine Donaldson Elected President of UF Student Group

    Catherine Donaldson Elected President of UF Student Group

    FINDLAY, OH — Catherine Donaldson, of Continental, has been elected president of the Health Professions Organization at the University of Findlay for the 2016-2017 academic year. This group is one of more than 90 active student clubs, organizations, national honor societies and special interest groups at UF. The University of Findlay is one of the largest private colleges in Northwest...

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  9. Viola Mae Sorensen, 1934 – 2016

    Viola Mae Sorensen, 1934 – 2016

    Continental — Viola Mae Sorensen, 82, of Continental passed away 9:54 p.m. Friday, November 4, 2016 at the Twin Rivers Care Center, Defiance following an extended illness. She was born May 11, 1934 in Continental to the late Elmer and Doris (Corkwell) Schwartzengraber. On February 10, 1973 she married Nelson T. Sorensen, Jr., who preceded her in death on February...

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  1. Pirates in Action, December 5-10

    Pirates in Action, December 5-10

    All the Varsity action is at home this week as the Lady Pirates kick off the Putnam County League portions of their schedule against the defending PCL and Northwest Conference Champs Columbus Grove on Tuesday night. The girls are back at it on Thursday they match up against Tinora. When you go to the Boys game on Friday night remember...

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  2. Pirates Win Season Opener, 61-46

    Pirates Win Season Opener, 61-46

    Friday night had Paulding winning the tip and scoring the first two points in the non league boys basketball season opener at Continental. The Pirates countered with a pair of baskets by Wade Stauffer and Jacob Williams. Another Panther basket made it 4-4 when the Pirates hit for 5 (Caleb Olds basket and Williams 3 point play) and took a...

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  3. Aces Best Pirates in Girls Hoop Action

    Aces Best Pirates in Girls Hoop Action

    Sports — It was a slow start by the Lady Pirates that made the difference in the Thursday night non league matchup against Hicksville at the Cove. The Aces came out hitting on all cylinders as they outscored the Pirates by 15 in the first quarter (24-9) and 13 in the second (22-9) for a 28 point halftime lead. Aces...

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  4. Pirate Lunch Menu, December 5-9

    Pirate Lunch Menu, December 5-9

    Monday, Dec 5: Hamburger, Cheese Slice, W/G Bun, Green Beans, Pickles, Pears, Choice of Milk Tuesday, Dec 6: Chicken Nuggets, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Corn, W/G Dinner Roll, Mandarin Oranges, Choice of Milk Wednesday, Dec 7: Sausage, Cheese Slice, W/G Bun, Smile Potatoes, Fresh Broccoli, Ranch Cup, Banana, Choice of Milk Thursday, Dec 8: BBQ Rib, W/G Bun, Baked Beans, Fresh...

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  5. 2016-17 Pirate Cheer Squads – Go Pirates!

    2016-17 Pirate Cheer Squads – Go Pirates!

    The following students will be leading the cheers at the Continental Pirate basketball games. Congratulations and Go Pirates! The cheer squads are: Varsity Cheerleaders Front Row: Alivia Homier. Second Row (L-R): Briley Collier, Paige Lawhorn. Third Row (L-R): Brooke Davis, Kaytlin Bibler, Sydney Eickholt, Breanne Eickholt, Sierra Prowant. JV CheerleadersFront Row (L-R): Darcy Sybert, Macy Collier, Andrea Snow. Back Row...

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  6. Pirate Boys 2016-2017 Basketball Preview

    Pirate Boys 2016-2017 Basketball Preview

    Last year the Continental Pirates Basketball team had no seniors on the roster, this year the Pirates will suit up four who all had major roles in last years 7-14 squad. Senior Wade Stauffer was Honorable Mention Division IV All District and first team all Putman County League. Seniors Jacob Williams and Trevor Williamson were Honorable Mention All Putnam County...

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  7. Presale Ticket Info for Paulding and Temple Christian Games

    Presale Ticket Info for Paulding and Temple Christian Games

    Presale Info for the Boys’ Basketball Games vs. Paulding and Temple Christian Presale tickets for the boys’ basketball games this weekend will be available in the high school office on Thursday from 7:45-4:00 and on Friday from 7:45-12:00pm. You may also send money with your elementary student to turn in to the elementary office and we’ll send their tickets home...

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  8. Lancers Best Lady Pirates, 49-29

    Lancers Best Lady Pirates, 49-29

    The Pirates won the tip and Brooke Bradford put in the first basket for a 2-0 Lady Pirate lead but that was all the points the Pirates had in the first quarter in a non-league Saturday night game played at the Cove. Linclonview then finished the quarter by scoring the next 13 points as part of a 17 point run...

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  9. Pirate Lunch Menu, November 28 – December 2

    Pirate Lunch Menu, November 28 – December 2

    Monday, Nov 28: Pancakes, Sausage, Hash Browns, Orange Juice, Choice of Milk Tuesday, Nov 29: BBQ Pork, W/G Bun, Baked Beans, Fresh Carrots, Ranch Cup, Pears, Choice of Milk Wednesday, Nov 30: Corn Dog, W/G Macaroni & Cheese, Peas, Steamed Broccoli, Frozen Fruit Cup, Choice of Milk Thursday, Dec 1: Taco Meat, W/G Tortilla Shell, Low Fat Cheese, Lettuce, Tomatoes,...

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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. Water Line Leak is Repaired

    Water Line Leak is Repaired

    From the “Village of Continental” Facebook page posted at 5pm, August 11th: I am pleased to announce that the alley between E Sugar Street and E Ash Street has been reopened. The leak has been repaired with minimal interruption of the water supply to the residents. Again, I do thank everyone for their patience on this matter. –Mayor Miller

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