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Communities to observe Memorial Day PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, May 21, 2014 10:18 AM
On Monday, May 26, remember those Americans who sacrificed their lives for our freedom and liberty. Special ceremonies will be held around the county. Melinda Krick/Paulding County Progress

 

From Staff Reports

Memorial Day activities in honor of deceased veterans will be held around the county on Monday, May 26.

The public is encouraged to share in these Memorial Day activities. Please, take a few minutes from busy holiday weekend schedules to recognize those men and women of the armed forces who were killed during times of war.

Memorial Day is a sacred day to all war veterans. America’s collective consciousness demands that all citizens be reminded of the deaths of their fellow countrymen during wartime. By honoring the nation’s war dead, their memory is preserved and thus their service and sacrifice. All U.S. flags should be displayed at half-staff during the morning hours. At noon, they should be raised back to full-staff.

 

 

ANTWERP

ANTWERP – The Antwerp VFW and American Legion will hold joint Memorial Day services. There will be a parade at 10 a.m. It will line up at 9:30 a.m. at the VFW on Railroad Street. Services will be held at Riverside Cemetery. Guest speaker will be Jonathan Lichty from the Paulding County Veteran’s Service office. Afterward, lunch will be served at the VFW.

 

CECIL

CECIL – Memorial Day services will be held at Rochester Cemetery, Cecil, at 9 a.m. Monday. The color guard of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 587 of Paulding will conduct the service.

 

GROVER HILL

GROVER HILL – Observance of Memorial Day in the Grover Hill area is being planned by the members of Grover Hill Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2873. The day will start with a pancake and sausage breakfast from 7-10 a.m. at the post hall on South Main Street, hosted by Boy Scout Troop 64. A free will donation will be accepted and take-outs will be available.

At 11 a.m., memorial services will be conducted by the VFW Post at the veterans’ memorial at Middle Creek Cemetery, located one mile southeast of Grover Hill. Rev. Mike Waldron of Zion UMC will speak. The Wayne Trace Band will be providing music for the program.

The public is invited to attend both events. Please join in as honor is paid to the nation’s fallen veterans and the service they have provided to the citizens of the community and nation.

 

OAKWOOD

OAKWOOD – This will be the 38th year for Oakwood’s Memorial Day activities. Memorial Day services will begin at 10 a.m. Monday at Oakwood Elementary School. The third graders will present the program, which is titled “A Military Salute.” The students honor each war that has been fought and also each branch of the military.

They will parade to the park where a short service will be held and “Taps” will be played. Following an American Legion 21-gun salute, there will be an arch of flags to the river where those present will drop flowers into the river in honor of the veterans.

The public is welcome to participate. Refreshments will be served at the park following the ceremonies.

 

PAULDING

PAULDING – Memorial Day services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Live Oak Cemetery, Paulding. The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #587 will conduct the service. Following the ceremony, hot dogs, chips and pop will be served at Post 587.

 

PAYNE

PAYNE – The annual Memorial Day events will be hosted by American Legion Post 297. A parade begins at 9:30 a.m. that will line up at the Divine Mercy Catholic Church and march to the Payne American Legion. At 10 a.m., a memorial service will be held at Wiltsie Cemetery. Speaker will be Father John Stites. Wayne Trace High School Band will participate.

A noon lunch will be served to veterans and their families. Bring a covered dish and place settings; meat will be provided by the post.

U.S. veterans fought for the rights and liberties Americans enjoy each day. Memorial Day gives citizens an opportunity to show appreciation for their sacrifices (some giving the ultimate sacrifice) by taking time from the holiday weekend to pay special tribute.

 

 
Panico's discover of cancer a real shocker
Wednesday, May 21, 2014 10:18 AM

By JIM LANGHAM

Feature Writer

PAULDING – When Paulding’s Tasha Panico received news that she had breast cancer a couple of years ago, it was one of the real “shockers” of her life.

“I found out about the cancer about a month before my 36th birthday,” observed Panico. “I found out in March of last year.

 
Seven compete in State Science Day
Wednesday, May 21, 2014 10:17 AM

COLUMBUS – On May 10, over 1,200 science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) students in grades 5-12 exhibited their science research projects at the 66th annual State Science Day.

Held at Ohio State University, the event honored students with scholarships and awards valued at more than $4 million.

 
Summer meal program announced
Wednesday, May 21, 2014 10:17 AM

PAULDING - The Northwestern Ohio Community Action Commission announced recently its sponsorship of the Summer Food Service Program for Children. Free meals will be made available to all children 18 years of age and under or persons over 18 who are determined by a state or local public educational agency to be mentally or physically disabled.

 
PEVS board hears from Kinkade, releases statement
Wednesday, May 21, 2014 8:43 AM

By JOE SHOUSE • Progress Staff Writer

PAULDING – Before a packed house on Tuesday night, the Paulding Exempted School Board heard from a second alleged victim of former teacher Don Schnepp. Defiance businessman, David Kinkade, a 1985 Paulding graduate, faced the board and in the two minutes allotted him, gave a somber statement concerning how he, too, was sexually molested by Schnepp, along with his disappointment in the actions of the school board.

 
Hospital in top 100 in U.S.
Tuesday, May 20, 2014 5:43 PM
From left are Ryan Mack from Congressman Bob Latta’s office; hospital CEO Gary Adkins; Wes Fahrbach from Senator Rob Portman’s office; and county Commissioner Roy Klopfenstein. Staff Photo/Paulding County Progress

 

PAULDING – Recently, at the National Rural Health Association meeting held in Las Vegas, iVantage Health Analytics officially announced the top 100 Critical Access Hospitals in the United States. Paulding County Hospital is one of three Ohio hospitals that received this distinction.

Last week, hospital officials held a press conference to share details. The data used to make the selections is compiled for CMS (the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare). The seven metrics of data include: competitiveness, cost, quality, customer satisfaction, county health ranking, financial stability and affordability. Paulding County Hospital was ranked No. 1 in affordability for Critical Access Hospitals in Ohio.

 

 

 
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