PENTA Career Center to Offer STNA classes in Oak Harbor

PENTA Career Center Adult & Continuing Education has partnered with the Ottawa County Riverview Healthcare Campus in Oak Harbor to offer State Certified Nurse‚Äôs Aide (STNA) training starting in April. The class will be held at the Riverview Healthcare Campus two nights per week for eighteen weeks. Funding may be…
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Ohio Chamber Symposium planned for Port Clinton

The Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the Ohio Chamber Symposium Thursday, April 25 at the Civilian Marksmanship Program at Camp Perry Training Site, Building 3. Registration is at 11:30am, the workshop is from 12-1pm. Todd Sarver with Steptoe & Johnson PLLC Attorneys at Law will be presenting…
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New Imaging Director Hired at Magruder Hospital

Monica Mokos has recently been hired as the new Imaging Director at Magruder Hospital. She comes to Magruder with 20 years of Radiology/Imaging experience. In her most recent position, she was the Operations Manager/Supervisor of Imaging Services at Kaiser Permanente. In that role she was responsible for the daily activities…
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LESI talks tourism in Columbus

A team of Lake Erie Shores and Islands area tourism industry representatives joined colleagues from the Ohio Association of Convention and Visitors Bureaus, The Ohio Travel Association and the Ohio Hotel & Lodging Association on March 20th for Ohio Tourism Legislative Day 2013. Participants included Joan Van Offeren, Dawn Weinhardt…
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Leadership Ottawa County class explores business & eonomic development

Leadership Ottawa County (LOC) began their March 13 class at the Davis - Besse Training Facility north of Oak Harbor. This month's topic was business and economic development. Dan Hartnett provided a behind-the-scenes look at the Nuclear Operations Training at Davis-Besse. Class members observed operator training in the control room…
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Evolution of women's work in Ottawa County

In Ottawa County in the 1960's, when women of the baby boomer era were in school and deciding what they wanted to be when they grew up, the most common career path was housewife or farm wife. If a woman wanted to or needed to work outside the home, perhaps…
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