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Otterbein North Shore Customs and Border Patrol Program at June Breakfast of Champions

On Wednesday, June 25, starting at 9 a.m. a hot buffet breakfast prepared by Chef Ron will be served, followed by a presentation by the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol. CBP’s top priority is to keep terrorists and their weapons from entering the U.S. while welcoming all legitimate travelers and commerce.  Find out about what activities and tasks are carried out by this community neighbor to protect our shore and borders.  Make your reservation today with Jo Ann or Kirsten at 419-798-8250.  Space is limited.

About Otterbein Senior Lifestyle Choices

Founded in 1912, Otterbein Senior Lifestyle Choices is a nonprofit health and human service ministry, serving nearly 2,000 people, and is related to the East Ohio and West Ohio Conferences of the United Methodist Church. Otterbein’s five full-service retirement communities in western and northern Ohio are located in Lebanon, St. Marys, Cridersville, Pemberville and on the Marblehead Peninsula on Lake Erie. In addition to these five continuing care “lifetime” retirement communities, Otterbein Senior Lifestyle Choices offers an entirely new concept in short and long term care with the Otterbein Small House Neighborhoods located in Perrysburg, Monclova, Middletown, Maineville and Springboro.

Additional information regarding Otterbein Senior Lifestyle Choices is available at otterbein.org or by calling 1-888-513-9131.

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Great Egret Marsh Preserve opens near East Harbor

Nancy Beadle of Marblehead at the entrance to the Preserve

 

On May 10, International Migratory Bird Day, another jewel was added to Ottawa County’s necklace of wetland preserves along the Lake Erie shoreline. The Great Egret Marsh Preserve, managed by The Nature Conservancy, consists of more than 150 acres of marsh and surrounding upland across the road from East Harbor State Park.

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Ferguson Gallery to celebrate 35 years in business with open house

In 1979 Cary Ferguson put his dreams into action opening Ferguson Gallery. Ferguson is inviting the public to come and see the landmark achievements of his success. The open house, which will be held June 7 and 8 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., is intended to show gratitude to the loyal customers and dear friends that have supported the business over the years. As a thank you from Ferguson, there will be a paperweight glass making extravaganza for only $28 a person (regularly $68) along with free food and drinks for everyone in attendance.

The open house will also feature painting, photography and glass blowing demonstrations by resident artists Rick Dziak (OPA), Dave Kyle (Cleveland Cavaliers photographer), Cary Ferguson and Deborah Prue. Rick Dziak, Ferguson Gallery’s newest feature artist, will be doing oil painting demonstrations in his newly decorated showroom space. For many visitors to the gallery, this will be the first time they see the brand new showroom featuring Dziak’s work. The new showroom is the most recent addition to the floor space at Ferguson Gallery.

The glass blowing workshop is on a first come, first serve basis so Ferguson encourages people to come early to get a spot. For more information about this event or to contact Ferguson Gallery, call 419-734-0600.

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