Otterbein residents Anna and Dave Glasmire, who helped fund the fence project
The Ottawa-Sandusky-Seneca Solid Waste District provided a grant to Otterbein North Shore, Marblehead, to replace a deteriorating wooden fence that surrounded the generator, recycling and trash containers. A requirement of the grant was that the fence had to be made of recycled product. Director of Environmental Services Wes Walton did the research to find a fence that is made of 100% recycled steel with recycled plastic inserts. The fence was installed by a local fence company. Residents Anna and Dave Glasmire made a donation to help reach the total goal needed to finish the project. Walton said, “It is quite a visual improvement over the old fence. The gate is on rollers, so it is easy to access for maintenance staff and the trash pick-up company. e’re grateful to the Glasmires for their donation and to the OSS Solid Waste District for the grant.”
Otterbein North Shore is located at 9400 North Shore Boulevard, in Danbury Township. It is a Continuum Care Retirement Community offering independent and assisted living, long-term care and short-term rehabilitation in the Jane Baker House. For more information call 419-798-8254. Additional information regarding Otterbein Senior Lifestyle Choices is available on its web site at www.otterbein.org.