RVI accepting donations for rummage sale

Riverview Industries, Inc., is now accepting donations for the annual rummage sale, which will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 18, and Friday, Sept. 19.

RVI personnel can pick up items to be donated or they can be brought to RVI, 8380 W. Ohio 163, east of Oak Harbor.

Proceeds from the rummage sale go to the Client Council, to be used for activities for the individuals served by RVI. The non-profit provides meaningful work experience and quality of life for the benefit of adults with developmental disabilities.

To donate, call Joni Rodgers at 567-262-3073.


RVI art studio creates banners for Oak Harbor

Oak Harbor Power employee Dan Wendt hung a banner created by the artists at Riverview Industries Imagine Art studio Monday morning on Ohio 19 just south of Ohio 163 in Oak Harbor. RvI provides employment and other services to adults who have developmental disabilities. Four banners created by Imagine Art artists can be seen through September. They can also be seen on Ohio 163 near the intersection with Ohio 105, near Adolphus Kraemer Park, and on Locust Street.


Common Grounds one year anniversary

L to R: Manager Lynne James, Jason, the new Common Grounds mascot, Sam and Marci.

Common Grounds celebrated their one year anniversary on Tuesday, June 10, offering samples of food and drink and also giving all customers 10% off every order.

Lynne James, manager of Common Grounds, wanted to thank everyone for a great first year and she wishes for many more. “I appreciate people’s efforts in finding us here in the Sutton Center and supporting us.”

Common Grounds is located in the Sutton Center at 1848 E. Perry Street. For more information on Common Grounds visit or call 419-732-3777.

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