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24 - THE VILLAGE REPORTER - YOUR HOMETOWN NEWS SOURCE WEDNESDAY, JULY 23RD, 2014
FOR SALE - Do you love history? Do you love FAYETTE?
1916 Fayette Tattler (Yearbook), good condition. $20.
419-630-4305.
Storage
STORAGE - West Unity Storage Units for Rent. Month To
Month Rates - Call 419/924-5007. 10x20 $49 10x10 $38
WANTED TO BUY - Junk cars & trucks, dead or alive, top
dollar $ paid. 419-708-1615, 419-335-1358.
Wanted
Help Wanted
To Place Your Classifed Call 419-485-4851!
For Sale
Help Wanted
HELP WANTED - PART-TIME MEAL DELIVERY DRIVER
- The Fulton County Board of Commissioners is accept-
ing applications for the position of part -time Regular
Meal Delivery Driver. This person will report to the Fulton
County Senior Center in Wauseon daily to perform deliv-
ery duties as per assigned route, Monday through Friday,
10:00 a.m. to completion of assigned route, minimum two
hours. The starting wage will be $8.00 per hour. All in-
terested candidates should send applications to the Ful-
ton County Senior Center or visit www.fultoncountyoh.
com for more information. EEO Employer
HELP WANTED - MARCOS PIZZA is now hiring. Inside
& delivery help needed. Management positions also avail-
able. Apply in person at Marcos or fax 419-592-7525.
FOR SALE - Beautiful F1B Aussiedoodle pups $300. 16
weeks old. Call 419-572-0999.
LEGALS - On June 9, 2014, the Council of the Village of
Pioneer, Ohio passed the following legislation:
Ordinance No. 06-2014: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING
THE APPROPRIATIONS FOR 2014 AND DECLARING AN
EMERGENCY. This Ordinance allows the Village to real-
locate the existing line item balances in the General Fund
during the fscal year 2014 for municipal purposes and
declares an emergency. All provisions of this Ordinance
go into full force and effect immediately.
On July 14, 2014, the Council of the Village of Pioneer,
Ohio passed the following legislation:
Ordinance No. 07-2014: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING
THE APPROPRIATIONS FOR 2014 AND DECLARING AN
EMERGENCY. This Ordinance allows the Village to real-
locate the existing line item balances in the General Fund
during the fscal year 2014 for municipal purposes and
declares an emergency. All provisions of this Ordinance
go into full force and effect immediately.
Resolution No. 10-2014, A RESOLUTION ACCEPTING
THE AMOUNTS AND RATES AS DETERMINED BY THE
BUDGET COMMISSION AND AUTHORIZING THE NEC-
ESSARY TAX LEVIES AND CERTIFYING THEM TO THE
COUNTY AUDITOR. The purpose of this Resolution is to
authorize the County Auditor to place upon the tax du-
plicate and collect the property taxes apportioned to the
Village Pioneer commencing January 1, 2015.
The complete text of the above legislation can be ob-
tained or viewed at the offce of the Village Fiscal Off-
cer, at 409 South State Street, Pioneer, Ohio 43554. This
summary was prepared or reviewed and approved by
Thomas A. Thompson, Village Solicitor for the Village of
Pioneer, Ohio.
EVENTS - Fall Travel Party, Sun. Aug. 3rd--1:30-4:00pm
Ramada Inn--Exit 13--Ohio Turnpike, On Stage Alaska
Our 1st promo for our 26th tour, June 14-26, 2015; Free!
Free!--7 day inland--4 day cruise, Entertainment, Door
Prizes & refreshments. I will also be going through all my
tours............Evelyns Excursions 419-737-2055 www.ev-
elynsexcursions.com
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E O E / M / F / D / V F O L L O W U S O N F A C E B O O K & T W I T T E R
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS for
Order Pickers, General Laborers,
Machine Operators & Forklift Drivers
Full & part-time schedules
1st, 2nd, 3rd and weekend shifts available
Weekly paychecks; Benefits options
Clean, safe worksite; Great team
Possible Conversion to a Sauder Employee
Must be 18; HS diploma/GED Required
Walk/stand for shift duration
Able to lift up to 50lbs
Must pass drug testing
A P P LY T O D AY & E A R N U P T O $ 9 . 2 5 / H R
Join Our Team
in Archbold, OH
apply.smjobs.com
Visit Us: Mon-Thurs, 8AM-4PM and Friday, 8AM-1PM
408 Sauder Street Archbold, OH 43502
Apply online, stop by or call: 419-446-3900
JOB CODE
7M6S
Staff Management | SMX at SAUDER is growing
and it's a great time to get your foot in the door.
LPN
Part-time, Fri.-Sat.
Second & third shift and/or PRN
Private Duty Home Care
Resume to:
Community Health Professionals
230 Westfeld Dr., Archbold
419-445-5128 ComHealthPro.org
Kecy Metal Technologies, an ARC Group Worldwide
Company (NASDAQ: ARCW), currently has openings
in multiple areas in our Hudson, MI and Wauseon, Ohio
facilities.
Cost Accountant
MRP Coordinator
Tool and Die Repair 1st and 2nd shift
Production Supervisor 2nd shift
Robotic Welder
Press Operator - Stamping
Industrial Maintenance
We offer a competitive beneft package including medical,
dental, vision, life and 401K. To apply you may complete
an application Monday Thursday 7:00 a.m. 4:30 pm or
send salary requirements, resume, and references to:
Kecy Metal Technologies
Attention: Human Resources
Email: ntrent@kecycorporation.com
4111 Munson Hwy
Hudson, MI 49247
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MORE WAUSEON AREA NEWS
By: Benjamin Kessler
THE VILLAGE REPORTER
The Wauseon farmers market is a great
place to get local produce and keep local
companies and farms in business and
keeping our hard working local. This not
only provides local economic growth but the
knowledge of knowing where your produce
is coming from. The farmers market is held
every Saturday from June 21st to October
11th from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm.
At the market you can fnd everything
from great homemade needle point canvas
work to a local company, Primerica, whose
company goal is to help local families
escape debt and fnd a balanced economic
cycle in their daily lives to improve their
fnancial wellbeing. Other vendors at the
Wauseon farmers market are the Kahrs
Family Farm, Blue Skies Orchard Farm,
Thomas Produce, and The Fulton County
Health Center providing free blood pressure
checks.
A local vendor doing a cookbook sale
and will be there weekly with all her profts
going to help veteran projects and the new
VA hospital in Toledo to help them improve
their campus, so local VA patients no longer
have to travel to Ann Arbor, Michigan. They
will also be holding an Ice Cream Social at
the Toledo VA hospital on July 23rd. So
stop on down to the farmers market and
help support local families and your local
Veterans.
Benjamin may be reached at
publisher@thevillagereporter.com
The Wauseon Farmers Market Continues Sucecssful Season
PHOTOS BY BENJAMIN KESSLER, STAFF
LOCAL PRODUCE ... The booths at the farmers market offer locally grown and freshly
harvested produce.
SKILLED ARTISANS ... Many uniquely hand-crafted goods are also available.
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE ... Enjoy the live music, local vendors, and time spent
with family and friends.
Solve the mystery on Tuesday, July
29 at 6:30 p.m. The Mystery Book
Discussion Group will be discussing
The Long Way Home by Robin Pilcher
in the Wauseon Public Librarys second
foor meeting room. The book discussion
is free and is open to everyone.
According to the book jacket, When
Claire Barclay receives news that her
beloved stepfather has had a stroke,
shes more than a little shaken. Leo is her
last real relative, and his own children
rarely check up on the old man. Claire
and her husband, Art, leave New York
and fy back to Scotland to care for him
during the summer. Their visit makes
clear that Leo is no longer capable of
living on his own, but he is determined to
stay in his beloved old house. Art comes
up with the idea of turning the place
into a conference center, thinking they
could purchase the place from Leo and
build him a cottage on the property. But
the situation is much more complicated
than it seems. Claires old fame, Jonas
Fairwether, has become Leos caretaker
and trusted confdant. Though Claire
distrusts Jonass motives, Leo chooses
to take his advice to put the house up for
public auction rather than sell directly
to Art and Claire. Claire is immediately
suspicious, and even more so when she
fnds out that another application has
been submitted to develop the property.
Does Jonas Fairwether want to knock
down the Leos house and build a
development? It looks like whoever
is behind the plan is being driven by
fnancial gain, but there may be an even
stronger motive.
The library has ordered copies of
the book, so each group member may
have one. Please stop by the library,
and pick up your copy today. For more
information on the book discussion
groups, call the Wauseon Public Library
at 419-335-6626 or email amy.murphy@
oplin.org.
INFORMATION PROVIDED
Solve The Mystery At The Wauseon
Public Librarys Book Discussion Group