Registration is required for the series, and space is limited to the first 8 families……………….
Ohio State University Extension, Wood County is offering a free program that brings fathers and their child (ages 10-16) together around a grill to learn basic nutrition, food safety and other life skills that can strengthen their relationships. This program is a research project with Ohio State University and OSU Extension in Wood County. Your help is needed to provide input on an educational program called weGrill designed to help fathers and father-figures and their teenage child be healthy.
As a research participant, you’ll be asked to participate in a series of workshops around food grilling and family time. You’ll be asked about how fathers and father-figures can best enhance relationships with their teens and about healthy eating and food grilling. Teens will be asked about the characteristics they need to be successful in the future. This is a non-invasive study.
weGrill program consists of 8 sessions. At each session fathers and youth learn about food safety and nutrition and have the opportunity to grill a healthy meal together. Once the food is done, families gather around tables to enjoy their meal together. This is the second, and final series offered in 2018. Current participants have stated, “This is a great program for my child and I’m so happy this program is offered in Wood County.” Youth have said, “I really enjoy the cooking, and spending time with my dad. I have tried foods I have never tried before!”
Registration Orientation Thursday May 31st 5:15-7:15 – complete paperwork forms
Dates for the 8 series session are:
Tuesday, June 12th, and Wednesday, June 13th Tuesday, June 19th and Wednesday, June 20th Tuesday, June 26th, and Wednesday, June 27th Tuesday, July 10th, and Wednesday, July 11th
All sessions will take place at the OSU Wood County Extension Office from 5:15pm – 7:15pm at 639 South Dunbridge Road, Bowling Green OH 43402
**Registration is required for the series, and space is limited to the first 8 families that call/ email to reserve their spot. To reserve your spot now either email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 419-354-9050 and ask for Shannon Smith
Judging will be based on the student’s visual representation of the “Ag is Cool!” theme, if it accurately reflects 21st Century agriculture, use of Ohio images, creativity and quality of work……………………………….
REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio (April, 2018) –The Ohio Department of Agriculture has opened 2018’s “Agriculture is Cool!” Creative Expression Contest. Children enrolled in school or home schooled in Ohio during the 2017-2018 academic year have until June 5, 2018 to show their personal interpretation of why Ohio agriculture is cool for their chance to win prizes including a trip to be recognized at the Ohio State Fair.
“Ag is Cool!” entries, which can include an original video, photograph, drawing or painting, will be judged in the following age categories. One winner from each age group and category will be chosen:
Grades K-2: Photography, Drawing or Painting
Grades 3-5: Video, Photography, Drawing or Painting
Grades 6-8: Video, Photography, Drawing or Painting
Grades 9-12: Video, Photography, Drawing or Painting
Entries will be judged by a panel that may include representatives from the Office of Governor John Kasich, Ohio Department of Agriculture, Ohio State Fair and professionals in the areas of video production, photography, drawing, painting and other visual arts. Judging will be based on the student’s visual representation of the “Ag is Cool!” theme, if it accurately reflects 21st Century agriculture, use of Ohio images, creativity and quality of work.
Winners of the art contest will be honored by the Office of Governor Kasich and other state officials at the Ohio State Fair on July 25, 2018.
For additional information about the contest, a complete copy of the rules and entry form visit agri.ohio.gov/AgIsCool/ or call 614-752-9817.
Continuing with our celebration of Easter, “The Lord is My Shepherd” based on Psalm 23″ is Pastor Ralph Mineo’s sermon topic at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in North Baltimore on Sunday, April 22 at 10:15 a.m.
Church of the Good Shepherd United Methodist will celebrate the 4th Sunday of Easter on April 22, with worship beginning at 10:15 a.m. Rev. Susan Kronbach will preach “Jesus: Light of the World” from John 8:12. Sunday School for adults and youth (middle school and older) is held at 9:15 a.m.; Sunday School for children is held during worship, after the Children’s Moments. Please plan to join us as you are able.
Other activities at the church this week include choir practice each Wednesday evening at 7:00 p.m.
Bairdstown United Methodist Church
The Bairdstown United Methodist Church will celebrate the 4th Sunday of Easter on April 22, with worship beginning at 9:15 a.m. Rev. Susan Kronbach will share from John 8:12 – “Jesus: Light of the World.” Sunday School class is held immediately following worship. Please plan to join us as you are able!