POSTPONED – NB Youth League Uniform Fittings This Week

Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday FITTINGS POSTPONED!!!

We have an update on this weeks fittings.  We apologize for all these changes, but we are looking out for the best interest of everyone, during these trying times.

**In light of everything this is going on, the league has decided to cancel Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday’s uniform fittings. We will keep you up to date as soon as a new date is established.  As always, thank you for your support.**

With school being closed the next 3 weeks, the North Baltimore Youth League  will be rearranging the uniform fitting dates. North Baltimore Eagles 2633 will be the new location, in the side room. We want the children to have access to a restroom, to be able to try jerseys on. They will be held on the following dates:

Tuesday, March 17th: 5-6:30pm

Wednesday, March 18th: 5-6:30pm

Thursday, March 19th: 5-6:30pm

We will have a form for the parents to sign off on, to ensure the correct size is ordered. No fittings will be held past March 19th. The league has decided to continue on with our season, so we have to get uniforms ordered ASAP!

As new officers not everything was turned over to us. We will be collecting birth certificates for ALL players. Please bring a copy with you to uniform fittings. We will not have access to a printer and will need to have them by the beginning of the season. We appreciate your understanding and help with this.

As always, please contact an officer with any questions. Please feel free to share this post, to help us get the word out.


Motorcycle Ohio Training Course Registration

Opens January 21



Motorcycle Ohio’s training course registration opens Tuesday, January 21, 2020. The motorcycle training courses are conducted from April until early November. Approximately 12,000 students register each year in Ohio for a motorcycle training course.

Basic Rider Skills (BRS)

The BRS is a 16-hour course recommended for novice riders. BRS students must have a valid Temporary Instruction Permit Identification Card (TIPIC) to participate in the course. Motorcycles and helmets are provided. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will earn the BMV skill-test waiver for a motorcycle license or endorsement.

Basic Rider Skills for Returning Riders (BRS-RR)

The BRS-RR is an 8-hour course designed for riders 18 years of age or older who have been riding with a temporary permit for longer than one year (over 1,00 miles of experience), or an experienced rider returning after an extended time away from riding. BRS-RR students must have a valid motorcycle TIPIC, license or endorsement to participate in the course. Motorcycles and helmets are provided. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will earn the BMV skill-test waiver for a motorcycle license or endorsement.

Basic Rider Skills 2 (BRS-2)

This 7-hour, one-day, range-only course (no formal classroom session) requires a motorcycle TIPIC, license or endorsement. This class is also suitable for newly endorsed/licensed riders. Students will use their own street legal two-wheeled motorcycle and helmet. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will earn the BMV skill-test waiver for a motorcycle license or endorsement. Passengers are permitted in the BRS-2 course with a licensed or endorsed motorcycle rider.

Please visit for more information about Motorcycle Ohio’s training courses and locations.


BTC Praise Band & Midnite Hour Band – Miller’s Meat Chicken BBQ Dinners

Live Music By: 

BTC Praise Band & Midnite Hour Band
(starts around 6:30 pm)

Yard Games & Activities for ALL ages!

August 16, 2019

Miller’s Meat Chicken BBQ Dinners
– Tickets are $10
– Available from 5 – 7:30 pm

TO PRE-ORDER – Call and leave a message OR text – 419-650-8512

Basic Truth Church Website



More WC Parks Programs

Through the end of August…..

MTB Skills Workshop
Sunday, August 18; 11:00am- 12:30pm
Black Swamp Preserve
1014 S Maple Street, Bowling Green
Learn from the pros of Spoke Life Cycles and The Right Direction as they teach fundamental skills to conquer off-road biking challenges and features. Bring your own bike and helmet. This class is appropriate for riders of all skill levels. Must be 6 years of age or older to participate – no training wheels. Minors must be accompanied by parents or legal guardians for the program’s duration. Bring your own bike, helmet, and water. Minor repairs and bike set-up help available at the program.
Cycle Werk Basics
Wednesday, August 21; 6:00- 7:45pm
CycleWerks Bicycle & Fitness
248 South Main Street, Bowling Green
Bike upkeep is crucial to ensuring your rides are smooth and safe. Let the experts from CycleWerks tune-up your skills in maintenance fundamentals in this hands-on workshop. Bring your own bike for hands-on practice. All other materials provided.
River Wading
Thursday, August 22; 6:00- 8:00pm
27174 Hull Prairie Road, Perrysburg
Get up close and personal with the life in the Maumee River as we explore some of its runs, riffles and pools. Kids must be 8 years or older. Program cancelled in the event of high water. We will be in the water exploring with our hands and nets so wear quick drying clothes and footwear that can get wet and stay attached to your feet.
Hiking for Health Series
Friday, August 23; 10:00- 11:30am
Otsego Park
20000 W. River Rd., Bowling Green
Join a naturalist for exercise and the wonder of watching the seasonal changes. The hikes will offer a true mind-body connection.

Market Hog “Queenie” –  Queen of the Wood County Fair

Congratulations to Sara Casey…….

On Tuesday, July 30, Sara Casey and her market hog, fondly named Queenie, took home the title of all titles – Grand Champion Market Hog.
Sara spent all summer working with three market pigs and a market goat. Her hard work and dedication has paid off with the highest honor possible. Between her three market hogs, Sara brought home the following titles:

Champion Berkshire

Champion Middle Weight Market Barrow

Reserve Champion Market Barrow

Third Overall Market Hog

Champion Heavy Weight Gilt

Champion Gilt

Grand Champion Market Hog

All three of Sara’s hogs were bred locally in Arlington, at S&K Showpigs (owner, Scott Stauffer). Those sponsoring Sara’s Grand Champion at the
4-H sale on Monday, August 5 were as follows:

Casey’s Sales & Service

North Baltimore American Legion Post 539

Hancock-Wood Electric Cooperative, Inc.

Ray Beck Pioneer Seeds

Mike Stacy Crop Insurance

Legacy Cooperative

First Federal Bank 

Griffith Farms

Griffith Landscaping 

NB Custom Cuts

Lyle Bursick Family

Hosler-Corbin Insurance 

Sara is a member of Country Paws 4-H Club and will be an 8th grader at North Baltimore Middle School. She and Queenie enjoyed an unforgettable week together in the Champion Barn at the fairgrounds!

Sara with her barn banner display and her dad, Jim Casey
Sara and her market goat, Kirby 
Sara with Ivy
Sara and Ollie
Sara with market hog judge, Nathan Day
Sara showing Queenie
Sara and her awards
Sara with some of her sponsors- First Federal Bank, Legacy Cooperative, Casey’s Sales and Service and Hancock-Wood Electric 
Sara and Queenie

Sara is the daughter of Jim and Mary Casey and the granddaughter of Mike and Diane Julien and Ned and Sharon Casey, all of North Baltimore. 

submitted by Mary Casey

congratulations, sara casey. Job Well done!

TheNBXpress invites other North Baltimore area youth to submit a few pictures and paragraphs about their Wood County Fair Adventures to share with our readers. Send an e-mail to:  [email protected], or leave a message on our facebook page: NBXpress 

GOS Pet Show Results

Well-behaved pets shared at the Pet Show…..

Thanks to all 15 kids who came with their pets – clean & well-behaved!  Special thanks to Sebastian Fackler and his Lab, Clover, who were late for the dog competition because they were waiting on a train!  Another great Pet Show enjoyed by everyone!


1st Place – Anna Burrell age 9 with Jasmine a 7 week old Great Dane

2nd Place –Chance Frey age 11 with Grizzly a 3 month old Australian Shepherd Pit Mix

3rd Place – Leah Trout age 9 with Brady a 7 year old Pug


1st Place – Ashlyn Coup age 7 with Pearl an 8 month old mixed Siamese

2nd Place – Kale McDonald age 10 with Jax a 1 year old Siamese

3rd Place – Ava Burrell age 6 with 1 year old KitKat

Other Pets-

1st Place – Allie Engard age 8 with Hermit Crab – Shelly Seamore

2nd Place – Riley Engard age 11 with Hermit Crab – Salty Gary

3rd Place – Rilex Livingston age 6 with Guinea Pig – Zeek

Congratulations to All!

Chance Frey with Grizzly
Anna Burrell with Jasmine


Allie & Riley Engard with hermit crabs


Rilex Livingston holding Zeke


Ashlyn Coup with Mom, Teri, holding Pearl
Leah Trout with Brady


Sarah Ryanne with Collie, Piper


Jon & Mason Brim’s Mini-Dachshund, Roxy



TOMORROW: Hoytville UMC Plans Ice Cream Social

Everything is home made…..

Hoytville United Methodist Church will be having an Ice Cream Social on Saturday, July 27, 2019 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the HYCO building next to church. 

Everything is home made.  The menu items consist of Chicken, Barbecue Beef, Hot Dog sandwiches, Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Noodles, Pie, Cake, and beverage along with several flavors of ice cream “made from scratch – not a mix”. 

Carry out is available at the church.  Any questions, please call the church at 419-278-6624 and leave a message.  We will return the call as soon as possible or e-mail  [email protected].

Save Money on Summer Road Trips

Give yourself plenty of time to watch deals so you can grab the best one….

(Family Features) If financial constraints are keeping you from exploring the world, it may be time to reassess your approach to travel.

Photo courtesy of Getty

 From road trips across the country to jaunts across your state, there are plenty of ways to curb costs, so your biggest challenge is finding more days away from the office, not replenishing your bank account.

Make reservations in advance. Shopping early for lodging is one way to save. Give yourself plenty of time to watch deals so you can grab the best one, and if it’s possible, be flexible with the travel dates. Shifting your trip by even a day can sometimes make a difference in the rates.

Utilize rewards programs. Shopper loyalty programs make it easy to save money on essential purchases. Not only can you access exclusive card-holder discounts, but you can accumulate rewards points or even earn cash back. For example, with the Shell | Fuel Rewards® credit cards, you can save 10 cents per gallon (up to 20 gallons) every time you fill up at Shell, in addition to earning rebates on other qualifying purchases. See store for details or learn more at .

Share the journey. If your travel party consists of multiple families, consolidate into as few vehicles as you can. This helps minimize costs on everything from gas to per-vehicle admission fees at destinations like national parks.

Pack snacks. Next to lodging, food is the biggest expense you’re likely to encounter on a road trip. Consider packing snacks for the road so you can save money while managing your hunger. Alternatively, an option like the Shell | Fuel Rewards Mastercard lets you earn rebates on qualifying purchases made with the card.









Be conscious of your gas mileage. You may not have much of a choice when it comes to which vehicle you’ll drive, but paying more attention to your driving habits can stretch your gas tank a little further. Be sure your tires are inflated to the correct pressure. If your vehicle is a gas guzzler, consider renting a more efficient vehicle for the trip. Weigh the additional cost of the rental versus what you may spend in fuel for your personal car before making a decision.

Research attractions. Admission fees to various attractions can really add up, but a little pre-planning can help you capitalize on discount days and other special deals. If your plans are flexible, you can schedule your trip around those offers to capture the same experiences at a significantly lower price tag.

Travel doesn’t have to drain your wallet. Managing your trips with practical tips like these may even free up enough funds so you can fit in an extra adventure or two.


Northwestern Water and Sewer District Projects UPDATE

Heads up as you travel around Northwest Ohio…plenty of lane restrictions and construction crews….

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio, – The Northwestern Water and Sewer District (The District) delivers water and sewer services to over 19,000 customers in Wood, Sandusky, and Hancock counties.  Although many of our projects are performed underground, our utility work can impact roads throughout our service area.  The District will announce updates and when additional projects are under contract.  Updates and additions are highlighted in bold and underlined.

Henry County, Damascus Township – Hydrant Replacement *NEW WORK*
On Wednesday, July 24 lane restrictions are possible at the intersection of State Route 65 and 110 for hydrant replacement.  Effective today, July 22 through Friday, July 26, crews will be flushing hydrants in the Village of McClure.

Northwood – East Broadway Water Valve Instillation
Through October, shoulder restrictions are possible on Wales and Andrus Roads for water valve installation.  Project complete: October. Project investment: $480,000.

Northwood/Perrysburg & Lake Townships – Water Main Installation 
Through July, lane restrictions are possible at Tracy and McNerney Roads for restoration.  Additionally, at this time, lane restrictions are possible at the intersection of Oregon Road and Caple Boulevard.  Project complete: July.  Project investment: $155,000.

Perrysburg Township – Sanitary Sewer Improvements 
Through August, short-term intermittent lane restrictions are possible throughout Perrysburg Township for restoration.  Project complete: August.  Project investment: $998,000.

Rossford – Sewer Lining Project
Through July, watch for shoulder restrictions and construction crews on roads north of Eagle Point Road for sewer lining.  Project complete: July.  Project investment: $767,000. 

District-Wide Hydrant Flushing 
Through October, weekdays from 8 am until 3:30 pm, crews will be flushing hydrants in various locations throughout Wood County.  Residents are advised to flush water from their taps if the water becomes discolored.  For more information:


5 Easy Summer Recipes for Kids to Enjoy

Save time by creating quick recipes made with nutritious, fresh milk ….

(Family Features) Summer is busy, so a helping of no-cook options, especially those you can make in advance, are welcomed by many home chefs. When you shop online for groceries and include fresh, cold milk in your basket, you can make every second of summer count.

When you mix summer favorites with real dairy milk, you serve nutrients your kids need with the flavors they love. Try these five flavorful recipes that feature fresh milk so you can “breakfast and chill” with your kids this summer.

For more summer recipe inspiration, visit Next time you shop on Amazon Fresh or Instacart, be sure to add fresh, cold milk to your cart.

Creamy Green Goddess Smoothie Drink your vegetables with this take on your favorite salad that kids love, too. The goodness of this Green Goddess Smoothie starts with fresh milk mixed with avocado, spinach, banana and pineapple.

Acai Bowl You’ll say “ahh” to acai when you blend a batch of this antioxidant-rich Brazilian berry with ice-cold, fresh milk and top your bowl with coconut, granola and fresh fruit.

Creamy Vanilla Berry Ice Pops   These Creamy Vanilla Berry Ice Pops are perfect for breakfast or as a snack. This recipe includes farm-fresh milk and in-season berries, so this homemade option is a more nutritious option than store-bought ice pops. 

Berry Berry Smoothie There’s a reason not to mess with the classics – almost everyone loves them. For an easy and delicious summertime smoothie, simply mix ice-cold milk with fresh berries, honey and vanilla. This chilled combination can satisfy even the pickiest palates.

Super Food Smoothie Fresh ingredients, including cold milk, make this smoothie super tasty, super fast and super easy. Blend blueberries and bananas with your pantry staples, including honey and vanilla extract, for a tall, frosty glass of delicious.


Chef Cooper to be Featured at Salsa! Salsa!

The community event will take place on Thursday, August 1 from 4 -6 p.m……

Chef Tim Cooper, executive chef at Birchaven Village, a division of Blanchard Valley Health System, will be the featured presenter at the 2019 Salsa! Salsa! event. 

The community event will take place on Thursday, August 1 from 4 -6 p.m. at the Hancock Farmers’ Market, 200 West Main Cross Street (Findlay).

Chef Cooper will be presenting a live demonstration of salsa preparations and other preparations. Each attendee will receive a complimentary recipe card from his personal cookbook and tasty samples.

“I enjoy the excitement of cooking for people and adding vibrant, new flavors to menus,” Chef Cooper shared, “There’s nothing that’s off limits.”

To learn more about other BVHS events and programs please visit