NB October Brush Pick-Up is Monday (10/1)

Please remember the Village will only pick up piles that measure a maximum of 6×6 feet. Larger piles should be referred to a contractor.

Don’t forget Monday, Oct. 1 (First Monday of Month) is the monthly “Brush Pick Up” date for trimmed brush from a North Baltimore resident’s property only.

Remember the brush should not be larger than 6” in diameter.

Piles should be neatly stacked, with cut ends curbside, with no lawn waste, poison ivy, or thorns, and need to be placed at the curb by 7:00 a.m.

Please remember the Village will only pick up piles that measure a maximum of 6×6 feet. Larger piles should be referred to a contractor.

Contact the village with questions – 419.257.2394.

Visit:  Village Website


Cross Country Results

From Lima Bath Meet…..

Here are Tiger Cross Country results from Lima Bath (September 25) meet
The Tigers boys  took home two individual awards with Levi Trout finishing 7th (18:22) and Wyatt Mowery 30th (19:57).  The Tigers finished in the top half with a 6th place finish.
The girls brought home the 4th place trophy edging out the host team Bath 109 – 114.  The girls were led by Caitlin Schwartz with an 8th place finish (21:59).  Sydnee Smith 23rd (24:07), Rachel Crouse 25th (24:11), and Lydia Hartman 27th (24:15) all brought home awards.
Girls team finished fourth. photo from twitter
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Rachel CrouseSr.3yr24:11*3rd/25/77
Zion CookSr.1yr21:103rd/56/115
Katie DewulfJr.2yr(27:17)5th/50/77
Lydia HartmanJr.2yr(24:15)4th/27/77
Sydnee SmithJr.2yr(24:07)2nd/23/77
Jaden BucherJr.DNRDNR
Wyatt MoweryJr.2yr19:572nd/30/115
Levi TroutJr.2yr18:221st/7/115
Gabe GazarekSo.21:524th/66/115
Jordan KimmelSo.1yr23:417th/91/115
Alex TroutSo.23:458th/92/115
Caitlin SchwartzFr.21:591st/8/77
Rhiannon PowellFr.(29:03)7th/62/77
Lucy TroutFr.(28:43)6th/60/77
Jaiden BaldwinFr.22:055th/68/115
Darrian ZitzelbergerFr.22:386th/76/115
Boys 6th out of 12 full (20:41)
Girls 4th out of 8 full (24:22)
Zach Livingston was the top placer for the JH in 41st with a time of 16:33.
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Alivia DelancyVBVB
Jordan Coup17:052nd/48/57
Zach Livingston16:331st/41/57
Submitted by Coach Bradlee W. Rowlinson


Watch this video for Double-Chocolate Olive Oil Cake with Salted Chocolate Caramel Icing……

A flavorful and versatile cooking oil, olive oil is trusted in many popular cooking methods, but it can also be added to baked goods, like this Double-Chocolate Olive Oil Cake with Salted Chocolate Caramel Icing, as a better-for-you ingredient. With strong flavors like chocolate, an olive oil such as Filippo Berio Extra Light Olive Oil lets the sweetness come through while also serving as a more nutritious option when compared to butter or margarine due to its high levels of mono-unsaturated fats.

Find this and other baking recipes that utilize olive oil at filippoberio.com.

Filippo Berio

Going on NOW – Pumpkin Fest & Tracks to the Past

Head on down to CR 99 and the NW Ohio Rail Road Preservation Society complex for some great family fun!

September 29 & 30, 2018
Saturday 10am – 5pm / Sunday 11am – 5pm
Free Parking
Cost $10.00 per person, includes all activities and games,
unlimited train rides, Kids Zone Access, and games & events
Adult admission includes 1 pumpkin voucher
Additional charge for extra pumpkins.

Live Country Concert Sat Noon – 4:30
 Chris Salyer & Shellby Messmer
 Luke Rausch
Corn Cannon Sharpshooting
Antique Farm Machinery
Pumpkin Decorating
Food & Drinks from
 Franks Fries
 Cattlemen Association
Kids Zone Sat & Sun all day
 Bounce Houses
 Children’s Games
o Corn Hole, Checkers,
o Jenga, Tic-Tac- Toe
o Plinko, Bottle toss, and more
Unlimited Pumpkin Train Rides
Pony Rides Sat & Sun 1:00 – 4:00
Chicken Scramble Sat 2:00 for 10 and
Pedal Tractor Pull Sun 2:00
Giant Sand Pile
Mini Pumpkin Chuckin’ (extra charge) Face Painting (extra charge)

12505 County Road 99, Findlay, Ohio 45840
Email: nworrp@nworrp.org / Web Site: www.nworrp.org
Phone: 419-423-2995
All proceeds benefit NWORRP
501(c)(3) non-profit charitable corporation

Lutheran Church News for September 30

Pastor Ralph Mineo will share a message “Echoes of Love”………….

St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, North Baltimore

Sunday, September 30, Pastor Ralph Mineo will share a message “Echoes of Love” based on Mark 9:38-50 at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in North Baltimore at 10:15 a.m. Please join us. Sunday School for all ages begins at 9:00 a.m.

St. John’s Lutheran Church, McComb

Sunday, September 30, Pastor Ralph Mineo will share a message “Echoes of Love” based on Mark 9:38-50 at St. John’s Lutheran Church in McComb at 8:00 a.m. Please join us. A joint adult Sunday School class with the McComb United Methodist Church begins at 9:15 a.m.

Refresh Your Space

5 steps to simplify your next paint project……

(Family Features) A fresh coat of paint is one of the easiest ways to upgrade your home. Whether you’re revamping a main living area or freshening up your home’s curb appeal, some planning and preparation, plus the right painting tools, go a long way toward helping you achieve a professional-looking finished project.

Execute your paint project flawlessly with these tips and tricks from Jennie Kitchen, product manager, Valspar Applicators at The Sherwin-Williams Company, Consumer Brands Group:

Step 1: Choose Your Color
Selecting a color can often be the most difficult part of a paint project. While browsing through all the colors can be overwhelming, a resource like AskVal.com offers a variety of tools to help you select the perfect shade. You can also have paint chips delivered to your home for free, allowing you to see how they look in your space.

Step 2: Pick Your Tools
Every paint project is unique and may require different tools depending on the size of your space and type of paint you choose. However, there are a few must-haves for nearly every project such as brushes, rollers, roller frames, an extension pole, a paint tray with liner and rags.

“The quality of your paint rollers and brushes is just as important as the paint you use,” Kitchen said. “For a smooth finish and easy application, I recommend Valspar’s line of applicators and accessories, which are now available at Lowe’s and work well with all paints and stains. Our quality painting tools make it easy for DIYers to bring their projects to life.”

Step 3: Prep Your Space
Start by removing all of the furniture or pushing everything to the center of the room and covering it with a drop cloth or plastic sheet. Remove outlet and switch covers, and clean dirt, dust or grime from the walls using a microfiber duster or vacuum attachment. Don’t forget to lay drop cloths, tape off trim and fill in any small cracks or holes.

Step 4: Apply Your Paint
Start at the top, beginning with the ceiling, and work your way down to the walls and trim. A tool like Valspar’s Wall and Trim brush is ideal for most interior painting projects. Its thin, tapered design provides ultra-clean lines when cutting-in around windows, door frames and molding.

When you’re ready to roll, start at a corner of the room in a 2-by-4-foot section at the top of the wall. Then roll downward into a narrow V shape, filling in any unpainted areas as you go.  Once you are done with the top section, move down and repeat until you’ve reached the baseboard.

If you’re painting standard height ceilings or taller, it’s helpful to use an extension pole. For a seamless finish, it’s important to always keep a wet edge and let the weight of the loaded roller do the work. Some pressure can be applied as the roller cover starts to run out of paint, but if you hear a “sizzling” sound, that means it’s time to reload with more paint. To finish, use the roller and roll straight down all the way across your walls.

Step 5: Clean Up Your Mess
Remove tape while the paint is drying to avoid paint peeling, remove drop cloths and then rearrange furniture. Between paint projects, always clean brushes with soap and water, but don’t leave brushes soaking in water. Always save the package, known as the keeper, to help the brush retain its shape.

Find more tips and tricks for your next paint project at valsparpaint.com/applicators.


NB Boys’ Golf Team finishes 6th at Sectionals

Held on Thursday September 27th at Green Hills Golf Course in Clyde

by Suzanne Bucher

North Baltimore’s Boys’ Golf Sectionals were held on Thursday September 27th at Green Hills Golf Course in Clyde, which is 1 of 6 Div III boys’ sectional sites in NW Ohio.

North Baltimore finished 6th with a team score of 374.  The top 3 teams plus the top 3 individuals not on a qualifying team advance to Districts at Stone Ridge Golf Course on October 4th.

Leading off for the Tigers was Hunter Baker (88), followed by Jaden Bucher (91), Hunter Vogelsong (96), Ellias Burleson (99).

Margaretta’s Carson Kennedy was tournament medalist shooting a 76.

Teams advancing to Districts out of the Green Hills sectional include Margaretta (343), Fremont St Joe CC (345) and Danbury (357).

For full results go to:



1st – Margaretta – 343

2nd – Fremont St Joe CC – 345

3rd – Danbury – 357


Lakota – 362

Woodmore – 372

North Baltimore – 374

Hopewell-Loudon – 375

Gibsonburg – 397

St Mary CC – 400

Northwood – 414

Crestline – 454


Danny Greenhill (Woodmore) – 79

Cody Balliet (Hopewell-Loudon) – 80

Ethan Longoria (Lakota) – 83


The Evolution of Pumpkin Spice

How the iconic fall treat progressed from pumpkin pie to practically everything–including dog treats……

(Family Features) Pumpkin spice has become the quintessential symbol of fall. Check out these details about the evolution of the iconic autumn flavor, from holiday pie to lattes and even dog treats, such as GREENIES™ Limited Edition Pumpkin Spice Flavor Dental Treats. Find these seasonal treats for your furry friend at Chewy.com.