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Events planned for Marblehead Bank’s 105th anniversary

The Marblehead Bank will celebrate its 105th anniversary by inviting the community and its visitors to special complimentary events that will be held in each of their branches during the first week of July.
On Thursday, July 5, the bank is sponsoring an Afternoon Tea at the location of its branch on the campus of Otterbein North Shore, 9400 N. Shore Blvd., Marblehead. The event will be hosted by the bank and Otterbein employees in the main dining facility from 2 to 4 p.m. and will feature refreshments, prizes and bingo.
On Friday, July 6, the bank is grilling up hot dogs at its main office at 709 W. Main St. in Marblehead. The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bank President Bill Tuttamore will be manning the grill and bank employees will help serve up chips and refreshments. A special game with prizes will be available to those who attend.

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Sign up now for community garage sale

Marblehead is having a community garage sale Saturday, July 14th. Organizers are looking for village and township residents to participate in the sale. Residents will be displaying their treasures in front of participating shops on Main Street.
For details and registration, stop by the Jodie McCallum Gallery at 724 W. Main St., Village Clothing Company 122 W. Main St.or PC Antiques, 215 W. Main St.
This garage sale is being advertised locally and regionally — Cleveland, Columbus and Toledo — so a large crowd of enthusiastic shoppers is anticipated.
The deadline to reserve a spot is Monday, July 9.

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Report poachers to ‘TIP’ line

Anglers throughout the state can do their part to protect Ohio’s high quality fishing by reporting fishing violations they observe to the Turn In a Poacher hotline at 800-POACHER or online at ohiotip.com, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources’ Division of Wildlife.
Each year, the TIP hotline receives approximately 4,800 calls from concerned citizens reporting violations involving the poaching, or illegal taking, of fish and game, trespassing, commercialization of wildlife and the over-harvesting of fish and game. Since its inception in 1982, more than 3,000 convictions have been made using information from the hotline. While the majority of TIP reports are received during the hunting seasons, anglers should remember that the TIP hotline is available year-round.

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