Worth Charles Grilliot, Jr., 66, of Findlay

Worth Charles Grilliot, Jr., 66, of Findlay, passed away, at 4:35 a.m., on Monday, April 9, 2018, at Blanchard Valley Hospital, Findlay.

Worth Charles Grilliot, Jr., 66, of Findlay, passed away, at 4:35 a.m., on Monday, April 9, 2018, at Blanchard Valley Hospital, Findlay.

He was born on September 30, 1951, in Bowling Green to the late Worth C., Sr. and Rosella (Parker) Grilliot. He married Patricia Smith on November 28, 1970, and she survives.

Charles is also survived by his son, Charles Oliver (Mercy Lemley) Grilliot of North Balitmore; his daughters: Edith (Terry) Andrus of North Baltimore, Elizabeth (Matthew) Beegle of North Baltimore and Amanda (James Eaken) Grilliot of North Baltimore; his brother, Steven (Patty) Grilliot of Hammansburg; his sisters: Nancy Grilliot of North Baltimore and Crystal (Tom) Dull of Michigan; 13 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild.

He was also preceded in death by his brother, Robert Grilliot; and his sister, Jennifer Toomey.

A funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m., Thursday, April 12, 2018, at SMITH-CRATES FUNERAL HOME, North Baltimore, where full military rites will be conducted by the North Baltimore American Legion Post 539. Reverend Susan Kronbach officiating. Burial will be private.

Visitation will be held from 2:00-4:00 and 6:00-8:00 p.m. Wednesday at SMITH-CRATES FUNERAL HOME, North Baltimore. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.

Online condolences may be made at www.smithcrates.com.

Council Committee of the Whole Meeting Agenda – April 10

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE – COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE – April 10, 2018 – AGENDA – 5:30 PM

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
April 10, 2018
AGENDA
5:30 PM

I. Call to order at 5:30 PM Public Safety Committee. Art Patterson- Chair, Tim Engard, Leisa Zeigler members

-EMS portion of income taxes down and how that will affect year end

-Update on ambulance

-Police Department to update their report similar to EMS report with hours by employee

II. Call to order at 5:45 PM Public Utilities Committee. Tim Engard- Chair, Leisa Zeigler, Ty Carles members

-Discussion on water tower costs (explanation of $900,000 difference)

III. Call to order at 6:00 PM Finance and Technology Committee. Matt Beegle- Chair, Ty Carles, Art Patterson members

-Discussion on how citizens paying taxes “in year” could affect next year’s budget

IV. Call to order at 6:15 PM Public Works Committee. Aaron Patterson- Chair, Matt Beegle, Art Patterson members

-Unfinished items around the Village

V. Call to order at 6:30 PM Economic and Community Development Committee. Leisa Zeigler- Chair. Matt Beegle, Aaron Patterson members

-Update on local businesses

-Neighborhood Revitalization Grant Possible Projects

-Discussion on downtown funding and general fund carry over

VI. Call to order at 6:45 PM Personnel, Policy and Ordinance Review Committee. Ty Carles- Chair, Tim Engard, Aaron Patterson members
-Discussion on policy for mosquito spraying
-Discussion on policy for relatives working for the village
VII. Mayor’s Items

VIII. Tree Commission

NBHS Track Results – Doug Mowery Invite @ Van Buren – 4/6/2018

In the frigid cold & windy weather, the NBHS Boys & Girls track teams competed……………..

On Friday April 6th (in the frigid cold & windy weather) the NBHS Boys & Girls track teams competed at the Doug Mowery Invitational at Van Buren High School. Eight teams competed. The NB Boys finished in 5th place, and Girls finished in 7th place.

 

Girls Top 8

LJ – 5th C Lanning 13’7.5”

Discus – 4th K Brooker 91’2” (tie), 6th H Powell 89’1”

Shot – 2nd K Brooker 34’3.5”, 4th L Long 29’10.5”

100 – 8th K Mason 19.51

4×800 – 6th S Smith, M Krieger, K Dewulf, L Hartman, R Crouse 12:23.11

4×200 – 6th S Smith, C Lanning, M McCartney, M Krieger 2:08.56

1600 – 7th L Hartman 6:51

4×100 – 7th H Rose, M McCartney, K Mason, C Ongil 1:04.61

400 – 4th S Smith 1:10.23

300 Hurdles – 7th K Dewulf 3:19.20

3200 – 6th R Crouse 15:43.72

4×400 – 5th C Ongil, S Smith, M Krieger, L Hartman 5:11.35

 

Girls – Team Rankings1.     Carey – 1382.     Van Buren – 953.     Arlington – 884.     Arcadia – 795.     Vanlue – 716.     McComb – 517.     N Baltimore – 49.58.     Elmwood – 47.5

 

Boys Top 8

HJ – 6th J Kimmel 5’0”, 7th W Mowery 5’0

Discus – 3rd J Crawford 119’7”

Shot – 1st J Crawford 49’8”

4×800 – 5th J Kimmel, W Mowery, K Gerdeman, L Trout 10:33.85

200 – 4th D Patterson 24.98

4×200 – 7th H Wymer, J Rockhill, B Rader, C Williams 1:46.47

1600 – 2nd L Trout 5:10.40

4×100 – 6th D Patterson, B Rader, N Cotterman, C Williams 49.64

400 – 7th N Cotterman 1:00.49

800 – 7th L Trout 2:30.30

3200 – 8th W Mowery 13:31.10

4×400 – 5th K Gerdeman, B Rader, L Trout, N Cotterman 4:03.85

 

Boys – Team Rankings1.     McComb – 1372.     Van Buren – 1273.     Elmwood – 1184.     Carey – 675.     N Baltimore – 536.     Arcadia – 527.     Arlington – 518.     Vanlue – 13

 

For complete results:  http://www.baumspage.com/track/vanburen/2018/Results%202018.pdf

Upcoming NBHS Track ScheduleSat April 14th @ Toledo St John Jesuit Invite, 10amTue April 17th @ Hardin Northern, 4:30Fri April 20th @ Gibsonburg Invite, 4:30

submitted by Suzanne Bucher

Lady Tigers Defeat St. Joe

on Saturday…………………………

The Lady Tigers plated 8 runs in the first inning Saturday on their way to a 12-1 victory over Fremont St. Joe.

The Tiger offense had five different players with multiple hits, highlighted by Simone Thompson’s two doubles and 3 RBI’s.

Katelyn Weinandy gets the win in the circle as the Tigers put together another solid defensive performance.

After receiving a perfect throw from outfielder Makenna Ray, Simone Thompson puts the tag on the runner for the out
Olivia Hyatt singles
Sierra Johnson catches the liner

WP – Katelyn Weinandy (2-1)

Tiger Hitters:  Makenna Ray 2-1B, 2 RBI; Mia McCartney 1B, RBI;  Simone Thompson 2-2B, 3 RBI;  Jordan Baker 1B, 2B, 2 RBI;  Chloe Hopple 2-1B, 2 RBI;  Olivia Hyatt 2-1B, 3 RBI;  Hannah Lord 1B;  Maddie Gerdeman 1B.

Record 2-1 / 0-0

submitted by Coach Rob Brian

Simple Ways to Embrace Snack Cravings

Keeping flavor-forward snacks, such as almonds, on-hand can help you feel satisfied and happy without that feeling of guilt you sometimes get immediately after snacking…………………….

(Family Features) While snacking can bring you joy, it can also leave you feeling guilty. There are, however, simple steps that can be taken to help fight this inner conflict and allow you to embrace snack time rather than trying to ignore your wants.

These tips from the snacking experts at Blue Diamond can help you choose flavorful snacks that satisfy your cravings.

Plan for the day ahead. No one knows your schedule better than you, so planning your snacks ahead of time can set you down the right path. Writing down your timeline for the day and choosing what you are having to eat can help. It can allow you to know how many snacks you need to pack and if it needs to be an on-the-go or sit-down food. Try packing your snacks the night before to cause less drama rushing around in the morning getting everything ready.

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Focus on flavor. Keeping flavor-forward snacks, such as almonds, on-hand can help you feel satisfied and happy without that feeling of guilt you sometimes get immediately after snacking. Whether you’re yearning for something sweet or something spicier, an option like Blue Diamond Snack Almonds allows you to eat what you want without denying your cravings. With more than 20 flavors to discover – like Dark Chocolate and Sriracha – and 5 grams of protein per serving, you don’t need to sacrifice taste for a satisfying snack.

Mix and match. When planning your snacks, try a variety of flavor and texture combinations, think sweet and salty or creamy and crunchy, to see what fuels your body best. For example, homemade trail mix is one way to switch up what you are eating. It’s easy to throw in something soft and sweet like marshmallows or add salt and crunch with pretzels or nuts. The possibilities are nearly endless.

Keep a snack at your desk. If you don’t have time to pack different types of snacks each morning, try keeping a stash of your favorites at your desk. Look for options that are easy to store in a confined place, such as almonds, granola bars, crackers, popcorn or wafers.

Find more flavorful, guilt-free snacking solutions at BlueDiamond.com.

 

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