New Year’s Day ‘NEW’ Show at the Virginia Theatre

START’S FRIDAY JANUARY 1 – ALL REGULAR SHOW TIMES

The Virginia Theater in Downtown North Baltimore is starting another new movie run – – –

START’S FRIDAY JANUARY 1 – ALL REGULAR SHOW TIMES

In a world where dinosaurs and humans live side-by-side, an Apatosaurus named Arlo makes an unlikely human friend.

The Virginia Theater in Downtown North Baltimore is starting another new movie run – – – The Good Dinosaur 

All seats only $4!

SHOWTIMES:

Friday – New Year’s Day – 7:00

Sat  1:00  |  4:00  |  7:00

Sun  1:00  |  4:00  |  7:00

Tues & Thurs    7:00

We hope to see you at the movies!

Thank you for your continued patronage and support!

www.VirginiaMotionPictures.com

Updated: New Year’s Party at the NB Legion

New Year’s Eve Party at the North Baltimore American Legion Post 539 – – – OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – – – CHECK ON TICKET AVAILABILITY!!!

New Year’s Eve Party at the North Baltimore American Legion Post 539.

Contact Jim James for ticket availability – 419-306-6732. Tickets are $10.00 a person. (They were available at the Canteen beginning December 8th)

North Baltimore graduate, Sean Williams, who has recently moved to Nashville to chase his dream of a music career will be back for this year end celebration!

Doors will open at 7:30 and food will be provided and is included in the $10.00 ticket price. It is open to the public.

Come out and send 2015 and Sean out in style.

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New Year’s Eve Show at the Virginia Theatre

The Virginia Theater in Downtown North Baltimore will have a New Year’s Eve Showing.

The Virginia Theater in Downtown North Baltimore will have a New Year’s Eve Showing.

 

NEW YEARS EVE DECEMBER 31, 2015 – 7PM

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

The Featured Presentation is ALV!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!N and the Chipmunks in “The Road Chip”.

Reminder: Noon Year’s Eve Celebration Today for Kids at Powell School

North Baltimore Public Library is hosting a Noon Years Eve Celebration, held at Powell Elementary School……………….

Noon Year’s Eve Celebration
Today at Powell Elementary School
Thursday, December 31
11 am-12:30 pm
To be held in the Powell Elementary Gymnasium

Lady Tigers WIN on the Road

The North Baltimore Girls Basketball team got off to a slow start Wednesday night in a non-conference game in Northwood. The Lady Tigers rallied in the 2nd period, then held off the Rangers for a 44 – 34 win.

The North Baltimore Girls Basketball team got off to a slow start Wednesday night in a non-conference game in Northwood. The Lady Tigers rallied in the 2nd period, then held off the Rangers for a 44 – 34 win.

The Tiger had another solid, team performance, with balanced scoring.

GBB vs Northwood box score

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State Representative Brown Shares Helpful list of Ohio state agency websites

For Your Information…………..

As your state representative, I am very proud of what the Ohio General Assembly has accomplished this past year.  Additionally, I know there is much work ahead in getting our economy turned around.  If I can be of assistance to you, please do not hesitate to contact me at 614-466-8104 or rep03@ohiohouse.gov. To help you better stay in touch with your state government, following is a list of websites for the various state agencies that may be of assistance to you or your family.  I hope it is helpful to you.

 

I wish you and your loved ones happy holidays and a joyous new year!

Tim W. Brown, State Representative

Ohio House of Representatives

77 South High Street, 13th Floor

Columbus, OH 43215-6111

(614)466-8104

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State of Ohio Government Websites

www.ohio.gov

 

State Officials

Attorney General………………………………………………………………www.ag.state.oh.us

Auditor of State……………………………………………………………www.auditor.state.oh.us

Governor………………………………………………………………………www.state.oh.us/gov

House…………….…………………………………………………………www.house.state.oh.us

Lt. Governor………………………………………………………………www.ltgovernor.oh.gov

Secretary of State……………………………………….…………………….www.sos.state.oh.us

Senate…………….………………………………………………………..www.senate.state.oh.us

Treasurer of State…………………………………………………………..www.ohiotreasurer.org

 

State Agencies

Aging…………………………………………………………………….www.goldenbuckeye.org

Agriculture………………………………………………………………www.ohioagriculture.gov

Alcohol and Drug…………………………………………………………www.odadas.state.oh.us

Board of Regents…………………………………………………………www.regents.state.oh.us

Budget and Management………………………………………………….…..www.obm.ohio.gov

Commerce……………………………………………………………………www.com.state.oh.us

Development………………………………………………………………..www.odod.state.oh.us

Education……………………………………………………..………………www.ode.state.oh.us

EPA………………….………………………………………………………..www.epa.state.oh.us

Health……………………………………………………………………………www.odh.ohio.gov

Industrial Commission……………………………………………………………www.ohioic.com

Insurance…………………………………………………………………www.ohioinsurance.com

Job and Family Services…………………………………………………………www.jfs.ohio.gov

Lottery……………………………………………………………………….www.ohiolottery.com

Mental Health…………………………………………………………………www.mh.state.oh.us

MR/DD…………………………………………………………………..www.odmrdd.state.oh.us

Natural Resources…………………………………………………………….www.dnr.state.oh.us

Public Safety…………………………………………………………..www.ohiopublicsafety.com

PUCO…………….……………………………………………………………www.puc.state.oh.us

Rehabilitation and Correction……………………………………………………www.drc.ohio.gov

Taxation…………………………………………………………………………www.tax.ohio.gov

Workers’ Compensation……………………………………………………..www.bwc.state.oh.us

Youth Services………………………………………………………………….www.dys.ohio.gov

 

Track Ohio Rules that Impact Your Life and Business

 

I am pleased to announce that our State has created a new website called RuleWatch Ohio. This new website will permit citizens, businesses and interested parties to electronically follow rule activity from 120 state agencies. It is very easy to sign up for RuleWatch. All that is required is an email address and a password. Once you have signed up and have chosen the rules you wish to follow, you will receive an email whenever there is rule activity. The email will indicate the rule’s public hearing date, enable you to view the rule, and permit you to email comments about the rule. If you would like to sign up, the website address is www.rulewatchohio.gov.

Church News for St. James and Hoytville United Methodist Churches

for Sunday, January 3………..

St. James United Methodist Church

Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; Worship Service, 11:00 a.m.; Pastor Rick Adams’ sermon on Sunday, January 3 will be “Good News Can’t Be Stifled”; Matthew 2:1-12

Upcoming events:

Sun., Jan. 3: Communion Sunday.

Sun., Jan. 10: Fellowship Dinner following Worship Services.

Thurs., Jan.14: 7:00 p.m., Trustees Meeting.

Mon., Jan. 18: 7:00 p.m., Administrative Board Meeting.

Hoytville United Methodist Church

Sunday School, 9:00 a.m.; Worship Service, 9:45 a.m. Pastor Rick Adams’ sermon on Sunday, January 3 will be “Good News Can’t Be Stifled”; Matthew 2:1-12

WCCOA Invites Artists Age 50 and Older to Submit Artwork for “50+ Shades of Grey”

An Adult Art Exhibit,” scheduled for February 5-March 3, 2016………..

Bowling Green, OH (December 30, 2015) – Wood County Committee on Aging, Inc. (WCCOA) and The Bowling Green Arts Council invite adults age 50 and older to submit their artwork for “50+ Shades of Grey: An Adult Art Exhibit,” scheduled for February 5-March 3, 2016.

 

Anyone age 50 or older living within 100 miles of Wood County is eligible to participate. Artists may submit up to three original works in any 2D medium. Work previously exhibited at a BG Arts Council show is not eligible. Entry fee of $25 is required (one-time fee for up to three works).

 

Artists’ work will be exhibited from February 5-March 3 at the Wood County Senior Center in Bowling Green.

 

Entry form with full rules is available at www.wccoa.net and can be mailed, along with payment by Friday, January 22, 2016 to:

 

BG Arts Council

P.O. Box 555

Bowling Green, Ohio 43402

 

For more information on the programs and services WCCOA provides, contact us at (419) 353-5661, (800) 367-4935 or visit our website at www.wccoa.net.

 

 

Briar Hill Health Campus Director Reports on 2015

Ashley Brough, Executive Director at North Baltimore’s Briar Hill Health Campus, offers the following reflection on the past year.

We are so excited to reflect on our amazing past year. Here are some of our best and brightest highlights:

Ashley Brough, Executive Director at North Baltimore’s Briar Hill Health Campus, offers the following reflection on the past year.

We are so excited to reflect on our amazing past year. Here are some of our best and brightest highlights:

  • Hired and RETAINED 15 new employees
  • #3 company wide in Customer Satisfaction in
  • #9 company wide in Employee Satisfaction
  • TOP 10 in LOWEST TURNOVER (company-wide)
  • WELCOMED 94 New Admissions
  • Invested and re-invested in 4 nurse MENTORS and 4 CRCA PRECEPTORS
  • 4 NEW BABIES made their debut to our wonderful staff
  • Over 365 collective days of SMOKE-FREE employees
  • 764 VOLUNTEER hours
  • 16 NEW Volunteers
  • 10 ADVISORY BOARD members
  • 3 new DEPARTMENT LEADERS
  • 1 NEW MEDICAL DIRECTOR
  • Invested over 200K in CAMPUS INPROVEMENTS
  • Awarded 7 SCHOLARSHIPS
  • Provided ~$3,000 in EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE FUNDS
  • RAISED 5,00 pounds of food for the Independence from Hunger and $5,000 for the Hope for the Holiday’s campaigns
  • 100% employee DONATION to the Trilogy Foundation

It is a little daunting to think of how great this past year was. However, I am confident the residents, families, staff and community of Briar Hill will make 2016 another year for the record books!

Have a Blessed New Year,

Thanks and have a Happy New Year!

Ashley Brough, LNHA

Executive Director • Briar Hill Health Campus

600 Sterling Drive • North Baltimore, OH 45872

Phone: 419.257.2421 • Fax: 419.257.2515

LINK to Briar Hill Health Campus Website

Below is a LINK to a previous story that will tell you a little bit about the “new” director, who joined Briar Hill this past summer.

Welcome! Ashley Brough to Briar Hill Health Campus

Updated (with Photos)–NB Tigers Take Down Undefeated McComb Panthers in a Thriller

The North Baltimore High School Boys Basketball team got a big win in The Jungle tonight, as they knocked off 4 – 0 McComb 54 – 52. Noah Brian nailed a “catch and shoot” 3 – pointer from the right wing with about 14 seconds to go for NB’s final lead.

The North Baltimore High School Boys Basketball team got a big win in The Jungle Tuesday night, as they knocked off 4 – 0 McComb 54 – 52. Noah Brian nailed a “catch and shoot” 3 – pointer from the right wing with about 14 seconds to go for NB’s final lead.

NB hung close with the Panthers for the entire game, down one after the first quarter and tied at 26 at the half. However, in the 3rd quarter it looked as though McComb might open up a big lead, moving ahead 38 – 33.

But the Tigers worked hard, showed patience and worked the ball into the big man (Chad Wright) who had a game high 27 points, along with 11 rebounds, and NB outscored McComb 21 – 14 in the final period.

NB finally tied the game with 59 second to play at 48, but McComb would hit 2 free throws to take the lead 50 – 48. On the Tigers next possession the ball was worked into Chad Wright who missed from close range, but grabbed his own rebound and got a put-back to tie the game 50 – 50.

McComb would then hit a jumper with 32 seconds to play to take the lead 52 – 50. NB inbounded, worked the ball up and around, looking for an opening into Wright. Nothing opened up and on a swing pass to a wide open Noah Brian, he stopped and popped for the game winning trey, with 14 seconds to go.

McComb would still get off a good look from 24 feet that just missed with 5 seconds left. Watson was fouled on the rebound and then hit the front end of the one and one with 2.3 seconds to go.

McComb has the ball, on the 2nd missed foul shot by Watson, with 1.7 seconds and calls a time-out. On the ensuing play, McComb lined up to run their play and NB’s Coach Kloepfer calls time out to adjust his defensive set. McComb gets the ball in and does get a 2/3 court shot off, which does hit the rim, for a final groan from the McComb fans.

Sean Watson had another solid effort with 14 points. Noah Brian hit 5 points, including the game winner, along with 8 assists. Noah Cotterman had 5 points with some very strong minutes coming off of the bench. Brady Rader added 3 points. Julian Hagemyer, Taylor Bishop, Chase Naugle and Brody Naugle also played important roles in the big team win for NB, who is now 4 – 4 and 2 – 2 in the BVC.

Fotos by Ferg:

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Players were giving it up and hitting the floor in an all out effort for their teams
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Chad Wright hits the short jumper
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Noah Cotterman hits a clutch shot late in the game
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Julian Hagemyer looks to pass
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In JV action- Brady Rader passes the ball up the court
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In JV action- Bryce Gunter takes it up strong down low
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In JV action- Adam Flores takes a shot

and finally:

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Is that Ben “the human highlighter” Pack or a Village People impersonator?
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Hey Chad, what do you think about that game?

NB is on the road for the next three games.

SWALLOW YOUR PRIDE, CALL FOR A RIDE

Partners to provide safe alternative transportation to the residents of Wood County on New Year’s Eve……

SWALLOW YOUR PRIDE, CALL FOR A RIDE is a collaborative effort of the Wood County Safe Communities Coalition, Ohio State Highway Patrol, Bowling Green Police Department, Bowling Green State University Police Department, Person Centered Services Inc., and many other partners who desire to provide safe alternative transportation to the residents of Wood County to lower the number of alcohol involved arrests, crashes and fatal crashes in our area.

Free transportation will be available from 11:00 pm on 12-31-2015 to 4:00 am on 1-1-2016. Rides will be available from local establishments in Bowling Green to persons who reside within 10 miles of Bowling Green.

Also available is Tipsy Tow sponsored by AAA Northwest Ohio. This program will provide a tow for your vehicle and a ride to your residence, also within 10 miles of the tow.

  The number that citizens will need to call is  419-315-8257

 

NB Library January 2016 Newsletter

The North Baltimore Public Library has released their newsletter for January, 2016. – – – Please remember to take 4.27 seconds to answer the survey in the left column regarding Sunday Hours at the NB Library!

The North Baltimore Public Library has released their newsletter for January, 2016. – – –  Please remember to take 4.27 seconds to answer the survey in the left column regarding Sunday Hours at the NB Library!

Whistle Stop News NB Library Jan newsletter masthead

CLICK the link below for the newsletter in printable pdf format.

Library Newsletter Jan 2016