Fotos Added – Tigers Stumble at Arlington

Fotos by Ferg added – The Tigers (3 – 2 BVC; 4 – 4) again got off to a great start, scoring a TD within 18 seconds…

by JP Miklovic

The Tigers (3 – 2 BVC; 4 – 4) again got off to a great start, scoring a TD within 18 seconds, following a Levi Gazarek scoop of a Red Devil (2 – 3 BVC; 3 – 4) fumble at the 39 yard line. He was able to return the fumble 37 yards, to the 2 – yard line. Kole Wymer would carry it in for the score from 2 yards out. Brady Rader hit David Patterson with the 2 point PAT), giving NB the lead 8 – 0.

Arlington would force their first of 2 safeties in the game, with 3:42 to go in the 1st quarter to make the score 8 – 2. Arlington would score two TD’s in the 2nd quarter to hold a 15 – 8 at halftime.

The Tigers finally scored again with about 5 minutes to go in the 3rd quarter, when Rader hit Patterson on a 10 yard TD pass play (PAT no good), NB would be down 15 – 14.

Arlington picked up the 2nd safety with a couple of minutes to play in the 3rd, leading at the end of the third 18 – 14.

The Tigers would roar back in the 4th quarter to take the lead on a Rader to Patterson 70 yard pass play for a TD (PAT no good), to give NB the lead 20 – 18. Unfortunately Arlington was able to continue their strong running attack, scoring twice in the 4th quarter to win 30 – 20.

Rader led the Tigers in rusing with 50 yards on 16 carries. Rader also hit 15 of 25 passes for 222 yards, 2 TD’s and one INT. Patterson had 6 catches for 114 yards and 2 TD’s.

Arlington picked up 209 yards rushing on 43 carries, with 3 TD’s. They completed 6 of 9 passes for 120 yards, 1 TD and no INT.

Next week the Tigers travel to Leipsic for another key BVC game, kick-off at 7::00.

Fotos by Ferg are available on zenfolio.com – check it out!

David Patterson makes a tackle behind the line of scrimmage
Levi Gazarek upends the runner knocking the ball out before he could score
Cole Wymer takes the hand off and looks for running room

Council Committee of the Whole Meets Tonight – Oct. 10

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE

October 10, 2017

AGENDA

5:30 PM

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE

October 10, 2017

AGENDA

5:30 PM

I. Call to order at 5:30 PM Finance and Technology Committee. Holly Emahiser-Ryder Chair, Rich Rose and Art Patterson members.

1. Mr. Kirk requested time – 2018 budget update

2. Contract for Safe Routes to School

II. Call to order at 5:45 PM the Public Safety Committee. Art Patterson Chair, Rich Rose and Rick Van Mooy members.

1. Demonstration of Lucas device in EMS bay

2. Discussion of EMS rates, Mr. Kirk

3. NARCAN expense for 2017

III. Call to order at 6:00 PM the Public Utilities Committee. Rick Van Mooy Chair, Ty Carles and Leslee Thompson members.

1. Storm water bills

2. Citizen on Quarry Road desiring exemption from Storm water bill

3. Discussion on used equipment

IV. Call to order at 6:15 PM the Public Works Committee. Ty Carles Chair, Rick Van Mooy and Art Patterson members.

1. Drainage issues on Eagleville Road and Deweyville Road

2. Leaf bags, Leaf pick up schedule

V. Call to order at 6:30 PM the Economic and Community Development Committee. Leslee Thompson Chair, Ty Carles and Holly Emahiser-Ryder members.

1. Flags, banners along Main Street and Roundabout

2. Boy Scout House

3. Closure for Streets for Halloween Parade, Parade Route

VI. Personnel, Policy and Ordinance Review Committee. Rich Rose Chair, Leslee Thompson and Holly Emahiser-Ryder members.

VII. Mayor’s Items

VII. Tree Commission

October EMT Spotlight

EMS Spotlight has been created by Chief Walter to introduce the members of the North Baltimore EMS, to the citizens of North Baltimore and Henry Twp……………….

By Chief Phil Walter

Meet Mr. Scott Kaminski, AEMT

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I am proud to introduce Scott Kaminski as North Baltimore EMS October Spotlight EMT/Paramedic. Scott has been with the North Baltimore EMS for approximately 1 year. Scott has 25 years of experience in EMS/Fire and is a highly qualified AEMT who has also received his teaching certifications in Fire and EMS topics, including ACLS-PALS-BLS, Fire and Fire/EMS Program Coordinator.

Scott is married, with 3 children. When Scott is not on an ambulance or in a classroom instructing others in the field of EMS/Fire you will find him spending his off time with family and his farm. Scott supports the local 4H as well as assisting his children in their 4H efforts.

Scott, Thank you for your commitment and service to the North Baltimore EMS and the citizens which we serve.  Your efforts do not go unrecognized.

Note:

The North Baltimore EMS Spotlight has been created to introduce the members of the North Baltimore EMS, to the citizens of North Baltimore and Henry Twp. My goal is for all the citizens to recognize all the members of the EMS. In my experience it is always good to see a familiar face in those times when the EMS is needed. 

Submitted by: Phil Walter II, NB EMS Chief

 

Editors Note: Thank you for your Service!

National Fire Prevention Week Oct. 8-14

Home Fire Drill Day, a safety observance developed by Nationwide in partnership with NSC and other organizations, will be held at the end of Fire Prevention Week, on Oct. 14, 2017………….

Seconds Can Mean the Difference Between Life and Death…..


  • The theme for this year’s Fire Prevention Week Oct. 8-14 is “Every Second Counts; Plan 2 Ways Out!”Working smoke alarms, which cut the chances of dying in a house fire in half, are a family’s first indication of a fire. But once that alarm sounds a fire can spread quickly, leaving only a minute or two to escape, according to the National Fire Protection Association. That’s why it’s so important to have an escape plan and practice it using different ways out of the house. NFPA offers more educational resources on fire safety here.

    Call to Action for Families: Home Fire Drill Day


    A home fire is reported every 86 seconds. Despite this threat, families rarely practice home fire drills, and nearly half of parents report their children do not know what to do in the event of a fire.

    Home Fire Drill Day, a safety observance developed by Nationwide in partnership with NSC and other organizations, will be held at the end of Fire Prevention Week, on Oct. 14, 2017. Families are encouraged to practice home fire drills and take advantage of tools and resources offered at HomeFireDrillDay.com, including:

    • Step-by-step instructions for doing a home fire drill
    • Games to make the experience memorable for kids
    • Worksheet to help you draw a floor plan of your home
    • Video of a fire drill in action
    • Family pledge to practice a home fire drill twice a year
    • Downloadable fire safety resources to share with friends and family
    • Link to download the free Make Safe Happen mobile app that puts home fire drill instructions, including a drill timer, in the palm of your hand

    To participate in Home Fire Drill Day, practice as a family, take the pledge and encourage others to take the pledge. And be sure to spread the word on social media using #homefiredrillday.

 

Monthly Fire Department Report to Village Council

from October 3rd Village Council Meeting………… FIRE PREVENTION WEEK – In a fire, seconds count. Seconds can mean the difference between residents of our community escaping safely from a fire or having their lives end in tragedy.

Report for September 2017, presented at October 3, 2017 Village Council Meeting

In a fire, seconds count. Seconds can mean the difference between residents of our community escaping safely from a fire or having their lives end in tragedy.

That’s why this year’s Fire Prevention Week theme: “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out!” is so important. It reinforces why everyone needs to have an escape plan. Here’s this year’s key campaign messages:

  • Draw a map of your home by using our grid in English (PDF) or Spanish (PDF) with all members of your household, marking two exits from each room and a path to the outside from each exit.
  • Practice your home fire drill twice a year. Conduct one at night and one during the day with everyone in your home, and practice using different ways out.
  • Teach children how to escape on their own in case you can’t help them.
  • Make sure the number of your home is clearly marked and easy for the fire department to find.
  • Close doors behind you as you leave – this may slow the spread of smoke, heat, and fire.
  • Once you get outside, stay outside. Never go back inside a burning building.

Fire Prevention Week 2017