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Monday, April 25, 2016 Paulding County Progress-Weekly Reminder - 1

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WEEKLY REMINDER

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PAULDING, OHIO
45879
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Paulding Progress P.O. Box 180, Paulding, Ohio 45879 419.399.4015

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Buying
Coins - Old Papermoney
Jewelry - Watches
Collections

Serving the Paulding Area for over 23 Years

T-SHIRT
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419-399-3353

HAPPY HOUR

Antique Shop

Domestic & Foreign Repair


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Electrical
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We Stock Trailer Tires
BIG Selection of Used Tires in Stock!
We mount and balance motorcycle, ATV and lawn & garden tires

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Fish Pick-up Dates


April 23, 30, May 7, 14, 21
Amur, minnows, blue tilapia
& other varieties. Aeration
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621 Flatrock Drive, Paulding

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ASE Master Certified Technician


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Paulding
High
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All Kinds of Housewares Knick knacks, pictures, lamps and glassware

April 29 8 am - 6 pm

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April 30 9 am - 1 pm

May 1 11 am - 3 pm

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May 6 1 pm - 5 pm

May 7 9 am - 1 pm

Mon., Tues., Thurs. 9-9, Wed., 9-6,


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419-399-2068

Food
Stamps

209 N. Williams
Paulding

Plant Sale

Scott, Ohio

One coupon per table. Not valid with any other offer.
Offer expires May 31, 2016.

Paulding FFA & FFA Alumni

New Supply of Used Furniture


Hurry in for best selection

80+ types of flowers,


vegetables and
succulents sold in
6-packs, flats, baskets,
3 pots, baskets,
Mothers Day potted
arrangements available

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Driveways l Stamped Concrete
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BASEMENTS
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TIRE REBATE
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2 - Weekly Reminder - Paulding County Progress Monday, April 25, 2016

ANNOUNCEMENTS

IF INTERESTED in a
FREE KJV Bible or children's story Bible,
please contact 419-7869309. We welcome locations interested in helping to distribute bibles.

NOTICES

NEW ITEMS - breaking


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TRAVEL

CHARTER BUS Tours


May 10Holland Tulip
Festival--$109; May 16 &
17Holmes County $299 (Lots of surprises!)
June 10-12 Samson
in Lancaster --$519.
Evelyns Excursions
4 1 9 - 7 3 7 - 2 0 5 5
www.evelynsexcursions.
com Ivah Lothamer
419-399-2386

STORAGE

HOUSE FOR RENT


3 BEDROOM, 2 bath
w/3 car garage in Paulding. No pets. References. $700/$700. 419594-2485
WE BUY HOMES
in any condition.
CHBSINC.com
419-586-8220

FOR SALE

2.5 wooded acres, new


septic, well, driveway
and electric, $36,900,
$1,000 down, $349
monthly;
2.5 acre lot, near Sherwood. $11,900, $1,000
down, $135 monthly.
828-884-6627

HOUSES FOR SALE

GARAGE/YARD SALES

GARAGE SALE - Saturday, April 30; Buckeye Drive, Paulding,


9am-5pm. Boys/Mens
c l o t h e s ,
Girls/Juniors/Womens
clothes, Vera Bradley,
sports, kitchen, toys.

5 PARTY

Huge Garage Sale


211 East Merrin St.

Across from Payne Post Office

Thurs., April 28th and


Friday, April 29th
9 am - 5 pm
4000 generator, pictures,
2- 8 ft. plastic wave slides,
lamps, end tables, sheets,
blankets, alot of decor, over
40 DVD movies, alot of toys,
kids kitchen set, kids book
bookcase, men and women
and alot of girls clothes.

AUTOMOTIVE

Sunday, May 1st


Auto Parts
Swamp Meet
8am-4pm.Fairgounds,
Wapkoneta,Ohio, Info
419-394-6484

FOR RENT

NOW LEASING: One &


Two Bedroom Apartments in Paulding, Ohio.
For information, please
call Straley Apartments
at 419-399-4068.

FOR SALE

25-UNIT apartment
building. Needs rehabed.
Will consider all offers.
574-848-9100

$150 QUEEN pillowtop


mattress set. New in
plastic, can deliver 260493-0805,

NICE 3 bdrm 2 bath


house with tenants FS
on Perry St, Defiance
$59,900. 419-670-3688
or 419-399-2416 (leave
message)

HELP WANTED

WANTED TO BUY

BUYING COINS,
PAULDING MINI Stor- stamps, comic books,
age: For unit sizes and old toys, knives, old jewprices please call 419- elry, antiques, collections. Call 419-399399-4068.
3353.
2 PARTY-ChildCraft
babybed, Jennylynd
bassinet, teen10-12
clothes, household
items, more! 951 W
Wayne. Mon 25th-?

SERVICES

DJ SERVICES - Music
for all occasions. 30
years experience. Call
John Martinez at 419399-4583

BUYING ANTIQUES,
old photographs, old
photo albums, military
items, old signs,old postcards, old toys, antiques,
etc. 419-393-2107

LAWN & GARDEN


BENNETT'S Lawncare
and Landscaping. Mowing, rolling and stone,
mulch, dirt hauling. Free
estimates. Insured. 419789-6781

R & B FABRICATIONS
INC. Manufacturer of
sewn items is seeking
additional personnel. Industrial sewing experience a plus but not required. Key attributes:
attention to detail, willingness to learn, selfmotivation, follow work
instructions, work closely
with others. R&B offers
competitive wages, 401K
plan, paid vacations,
paid holidays, pleasant
work environment. Apply 8:00 am thru 3:30 pm
M-F at 20128 Road 138.
Oakwood, Ohio (in Charloe)
WIND TURBINE Tech Hands-on training. Field
work included. KVCC offers the nations leading
program for jobs with the
industries top employers.
AWEA approved, BZEE
certified. Applications
being accepted for July
2016. 269-353-1560 visit www.kvcc.edu/wind.
Apply Today.

HELP WANTED

EWING LANDSCAPE &


D e s i g n - L a n d s c a pe
Worker Needed. Must be
able to lift 50#, have a
valid drivers license, be
able to work overtime in
busy season. Prior experience will help. Pay
according to experience.
Apply at 107 Stone
Street, Antwerp, OH, MF 9-12 or send resume
to PO Box 311, Antwerp,
OH 45813.
LPNS needed: Vancrest of Antwerp
(formerly Manor House)
and Vancrest of Payne
Assisted Livings currently have openings for
Full and Part time LPNs
on first and second
shifts. We are also seeking LPNs to help with
medpass 2 hours in the
morning and in the evening at the Antwerp Facility. Applications available at either facility or
send resume to lshipman@vancrest.com

#1753 New Listing - Affordable 3


BR home w/many updates. 315
W. Harrison St, Paulding $45,000.
Call Don Gorrell 419-399-7699

#1717 607 N. Williams St.,


Paulding... 4 or 5 BR, 2 baths, elegant turn of the century home, gourmet kitchen, 3rd floor bonus room..
NEW PRICE Call Don Gorrell

FOLTZ REALTY

Don K. Foltz II - Broker


Paulding, OH 106 N. Williams St. 45879
Maurie Wannemacher: 419-769-9090 Tim Boss: 419-769-0823 - Realtors

Real estate
listings
Auctions
Open house
announcements
In Print & Online!

113 S. Williams St., Paulding


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call 419.399.4015
or go to
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New Listing #1754 300 S. Williams


St. Paulding... Well-kept 3 BDRM
1.5 bath home on a corner lot, full
basement & newer metal roof, living
room w/fireplace, rear deck. $79,000
Call Don Gorrell

#1740 Three Bdrm 2 bath New


Construction Home, det. garage...
Located in Oakwood on SR 613 New
Price. Call Don Gorrell 419-399-7699

#1742 763 N. Williams St.


Paulding... 2 story, 3 BDRM, 2 bath
home, C/A, lg. living room, dining
room, eati-in style kitchen w/newer
cabinets & counter tops. New Price
$73,500... Call Joe Den Herder

#1741 Reduced! 7263 Rd 72,


Payne, Wayne Trace. 4 Bed, 3
bath home. Master Suite, move
in ready & beautiful. Pole Barn,
Shed, Many Updates.$169,900
Call Aaron 419-769-5808

211 North Main St.


REALTY AUCTIONEERS, INC.

Paulding, OH
419.399.4444

New listiNg- wayNe trace


8 acres surrounds this unique 3 bed
1 bath 1 story;newer kitchen;
computer room; wood burner;
allappliances; up ground pool w/
deck; large heated garage;
WELL kept;#394; $98,500;
(extra 2 acres available)

JeFF clarK
Paulding (+)
419-399-2511

#2894 2240 Sq Ft 4 or 5 Bedroom Country


Home w/ 2 Baths on 1.01 Acre. Home has
been completely Remodeled. 42x32 Morton
Building, Wayne Trace School District

HeatHer Miller
Paulding-Payne
419-670-2609
MadisoN deloNg
Antwerp-Payne
419-506-1620
barb browN
Melrose-Oakwood
419-980-3526

#2902 NEW LISTING!! 2 BR home with some


updates with a large enclosed breezeway that connects to a 2 Car Garage. Above the Garage is a 1
BR efficiency Apartment with separate entrance. Own
this home and let the tenants make the payments for
you. Currently rented for $300/ mo. Listed at $59,900.

#2901 NEW LISTING! Beautiful 4 Bedroom, 3 Bth Country Home built in 2011.
2180 Sq Ft. With Full Basement., also
has Formal DR and LR and large Utility
Room. Home sits 1/4 Mile from CR 424
to the North and 1/2 Mile from US 24 to
the South. Located on Rd 87. Call for your
showing today. $134,900

ANTWERP LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

is still your most


reliable connection
to the local real
estate market.

4 BR, 2 Bath Home - Corner Lot


Location: 203 Walnut St., Grover Hill, OH (Across from
the Grover Hill Elevator).. 4 Bdrm, 2 Baths, approximate 1,680 sq. ft. Att. 1 Car Garage, Investors and
Speculators Are Welcome Disregard Previous Asking Prices---- Open Inspections: Wed., April 20 &
Wed., April 27 from 3 PM to 4 PM or call the office
for other inspections .. Visit our web site @ www.
gorrellbros-paulding.com Terms: $1,000 earnest
money on the day of auction; balance due at closing
on or before May 6, 2016 . Seller: Joyce M. Kimmel
Estate, Pldg Co. Probate Crt Case 20161019 Patricia
M. Adams, Executor David A. Hyman, Atty. Don F.
Gorrell -Sale Mgr., Larry D. Gorrell, Broker, Aaron Timm
Joe DenHerder - Nolan Shisler Auctioneers

KNowledgeableaMbitiouseNergetic ageNts

#2899 Country Living at its best!! 3 Bdrm, 2.5


Bth Ranch Home on a scenic 12 Acre Lot. Home
has many features including Hickory Kitchen
Cabinets and All Stainless Steel Appliances,
Granite Countertop and tiled floor. Vaulted Ceiling
Master Suite w/ walk-in closet. Exterior Property
features 18ft deep fully stocked pond, 300 sq ft
deck off back of the home and 36x24 Workshop
with electricity and concrete floor. Motivated
Seller. Set your appt today.

POSITION: Assistant to the Treasurer Payroll and Accounts Payable


LOCATION: Antwerp Local School District Office 303 S Harrmann Road,
Antwerp, OH
QUALIFICATIONS:
Associate degree with training in accounting or equivalent experience
Previous payroll and accounts payable experience preferably in a school setting
Possess strong organizational skills, ability to collaborate with others, handle
confidential matters, work well under pressure, demonstrate attention to detail
and have strong written and verbal communication skills
Computer skills including, but not limited to: Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word and
Uniform School Accounting Software or similar payroll system
Knowledge of payroll tax reporting, governmental fund accounting and federal
and state regulations governing payroll
RESPONSIBILITIES:
Calculate and process bi-weekly payroll
Process/report all periodic payroll tax returns and statements
Manage all employee deductions, including but not limited to health insurance,
tax sheltered annuities, retirement, union dues, etc.
Maintain employee sick, personal and vacation leave
Perform administrative functions necessary to maintain daily operations of the
treasurers office
Prepare and process purchase orders and pay district invoices on a weekly basis
Tag and maintain fixed assets inventory records
Additional responsibilities as assigned by the Treasurer
CONTRACT: 260 day contract with health, dental and vision insurance, paid
holidays, vacation and sick leave starting date July 1, 2016
SALARY: Approximately $24,000 per year or more if experience allows
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Send a letter of interest, resume and two (2) letters
of recommendation by April 29, 2016 to the attention of:
Kristine Stuart, Treasurer
Antwerp Local School
303 S Harrmann Rd
Antwerp, OH 45813

Large Auction

Thurs., April 28 @ 5:00 P.M.

Antiques - Collectables - Toys


Lawn Tractors - Lawn & Garden
Woodworking & Shop Tools
Household - Mobility Scooter - Camping
LOCATION: Gorrell Bros. Auction Facility 1201 N. Williams St., Paulding, OH

To see nice color pictures & interior shots of properties offered


by Gorrell Bros. go to: www.gorrellbros-paulding.com

View other listings @ www.foltzrealty.com Office : 419-399-2347

The Paulding
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Wed., May 4 @ 5 P.M.

Multiple Listing
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Real Estate Auction


Grover Hill, OH

SEE PHOTOS-VIDEOS FOR 100+ MORE


STRALEYREALTY.COM

Sigg Realty, Inc.


840 A. North Clinton St.,
Defiance 419-782-1685

NEW OFFERINGS!

Antiques & Collectables ... NYC RR Water Can 13 Feed & Seed
Sacks (several local incl Laukhuf Hybrid, Payne, Paul Eichling,
Paulding & MG Stoller, Paulding . 4 vintage VW hub cabs ..
40+- vintage souvenir pennants (photos on web site) PW &
Edgemont Cracker tins, Marathon & other petroleum cans ... Pigeon hole cabinet Victorian love seat Cleveland, Cincinnati,
Chicago & St. Louis Railway oil can Several old drop leaf & other
tables, etc. (project pieces) 2 Commodes Pictures & frames
Griswold Dutch Oven .. Fenton Glass Kerosene lamps &
lanterns . Quilt Crocks, crock jugs, etc. Apple butter paddle
Large cast iron kettle Vintage lime green round kitchen table
Wagner ware cast iron teakettle Sad irons, iron skillets & other
cast iron & related items Hero Corn Grader w original paint
Vintage Maytag wringer washer Victorian Bed & related Old
gas light parts Marble top buffet / dresser Lovell wringer for
wood wash tub ... Wash board ... Oak chairs Old school desks
Vintage General Electric Portable electric sewing machine ..
Several old trunks White wicker rocker, side chair & table
Black wicker love seat ... Paulding County Plate & other decorator
collector plates & bowls Brass colored spittoon Store paper
holder Slaw cutter Wood boxes Old veterinarian items including sterilizer Banks Broad ax heads Wood pulley
Cow bells Pink, green and other glassware Vintage GE
elec portable sewing machine Pitcher & glass set Milk can
Grinding wheel Salt dips Milk, Diehl & other old bottles
Pitcher & Bowl 4 Old hats & 2 hat boxes Creamers... Knick
knacks.. figurines ... Hull vase & other vases & glassware items
Graniteware Flat of costume jewelry 2 Commodes Kerosene
cook stove Newer dry sink Old kitchen items Horse collar
mirror VCR movies 8 Track tapes Quilt frame White Rotary Treadle sewing machine Pony saddlePartial listing Toys,
Doll Items & Related including Structo semi tractor & cattle trailer;
Misc farm toys; GI Joe jeep & trailer; Hotwheels NASCAR race set
& other hot wheels; Nitendo; Toy elec range & chair; Old doll;
Doll high chair; Childs ice cream parlor table & chairs; oak childs
wagon; old wood bats; Childs shoes; Battery riding scooter, Cat
truck & Suzuki 4 wheeler toys; Farm set; Evil Knievel Scramble
Van .. Rough childs dresser; Clean Household & Related
including Wood kitchen table & chairs Nice 4 pc bedroom suite
2 Matching sofas & chairs Microwave stand and other stands
Sweeper Electric range Coffee & end tables & stands
Baskets & decorator items Fans Punch bowl set ... Small
electric appliances Suitcases Bedding, towels, linens, afghans,
etc. ... Nice clothing items including blue jeans, Paulding basketball
jersey Canning jars Spring Time 12 place setting dish set
Blankets 14 stackable chairs Mobility Scooter, Lawn &
Garden, Camping, Woodworking & Shop Tools & Related Lite
Rider Golden Mobility Scooter (2+- years old) SK 486 Wheel
Horse lawn tractor with front blade & mower deck 7 HP vintage
Wheel Horse lawn tractor Garden cultivator Older JC Penny
walk behind mower PECO 12 v lawn sprayer 10 table saw
Crafstman 10 drill press Long levels Craftsman reciprocating
saw DeWalt radial arm saw Sears air compresson Lincoln
225 amp welder 4 person tent & older tent Sleeping bag &
camping items Propane Fryer .. Skillets Water skis & water
toys . Misc fishing items Bicycles incl like new ladies bike
Lawn furniture Ice skates (several pairs) Small electric tools
Fireplace set Wrenches & hand tools Come-along, Shovels,
Rakes, etc. 2 Gas weed trimmers Mantis garden tiller Hose
Nails, screws, cords, etc. Wood Ladder Small hand and
Lawn tools.Tool Lawn Ornaments, etc., etc., etc. --- Visit our
web site @ www.gorrellbros-paulding.com for over 185 photos ..
Inspection: day of auction beginning at 9:00 AM --- Partial Listing
2 auction rings Terms: Cash, Check, VISA, Master Card or
Discover Card Sellers: Marvin (Doc) Estle, Mr. & Mrs. Jonas
Mack & Others Gorrell Bros. Auctioneers - Don Gorrell, Larry
Gorrell, Chris AuFrance, Apprentice; Aaron Timm, Nolan Shisler

Serving You from Sign Up to Sign Down


50+ Years Combined Experience

Sandra
Mickelson
Tamyra
Humes
419-506-1015
SIGG REALTY, INC.

840 A. North Clinton St.


Defiance, OH 419-782-1685

Plumbing & HVAC


Growing 31 year old company
has positions available for trade
professionals with residential
and/or commercial experience.

We offer GREAT PAY and a


COMPREHENSIVE BENEFIT
PACKAGE:
Nearly 1600 sq. ft. Traditional Home! Concrete
drive; Extra hobby room off the garage; 3 bdrm,
2 baths, Open kitchen/family room with corner
fireplace, wood floor & door to rear deck, Nice
oak cabinets & bar. Large front living room.
Recent metal roof, whole house generator, C/
Air. $98,900. Paulding Call Sandra & Tamyra to
view! 419-506-1015

Quaint Not another quite like!! 1.5 Story w/


walk-out basement! 2 Bdrm, Bow window in
LR, Laminate flooring through main living
areas, Covered front porch, Paver block rear
patio for picnic table & grill! Set in the side of
a hill! $66,900. Antwerp. Call Sandra & Tamyra
to view! 419-506-1015

Health, dental, vision


and disability insurance
401K retirement plan
with company match
Company vehicle
with gas card
Company cell phone
Uniforms provided
Vacation, paid time
off and paid holidays
Tool allowance
Overtime pay
We are looking for career
minded individuals to join our
team of professionals.
Reply to Ayers Mechanical Group
222 N. Market St., Van Wert, OH 45891

jbuschor@ayersmechanical.com
EOE and Drug Free Workplace

Monday, April 25, 2016

Paulding County Progress-Weekly Reminder - 3

ANTWERP LOCAL SCHOOLS


MAY 2016
SUPERINTENDENTS MESSAGE

PRINCIPAL BUTEHS/MS

PRINCIPAL MANZ-ELEMENTARY

As we enter the month of May and last few


weeks of school for the 2015-2016 school
year, students and staff are very busy with
end of the year activities. Awards programs,
concerts, sporting events, and student programs highlight the month of May. Please
check the district calendar and support our
students with your attendance at these celebrations. Students will likewise be in a celebration mood with their last day of school
arriving Wednesday, May 18.

The 2015-2016 school year is quickly coming to an end. It is hard to believe we are
moving into the month of May, which
means graduation is rapidly approaching.
The graduation ceremony is scheduled for
Sunday, May 22 at 2:00 p.m. in the varsity
gymnasium. For the senior parents, there is
a brochure on the main page of the school
website that will help explain the graduation
procedures.

The end of the year is approaching as we


finish up Ohios state testing in grades 3-5.
Testing during this time went smoothly for
the students and the teachers. Our teachers
and students worked hard to prepare for
these tests and we are confident that once
again our students will earn high marks.

The end of April and the first two weeks of


May are also times to celebrate and recognize the efforts of our faculty. National
School Bus Driver Appreciation Day is designated for April 26. School Support Staff
Appreciation Day is the following day, April
27. May 2-6 is National Teacher Appreciation Week with May 3 as National Teacher
Day. May 11 has been designated National
School Nurse Day. Please make an effort
during this time frame to thank a bus driver,
teacher, aide, school nurse, or other school
employee who made a difference in your
childs life. We are proud of all our employees and believe they make a huge difference
in the lives of children every day.

ASSESSMENTSThe middle/high school


students (grades 6-11) began their End-ofYear assessments the week of April 11
through April 26. The sixth and seventh
grade students completed the ELA and
Mathematics assessments. The sixth grade
students also completed the Social Studies
assessments. The high school assessments
completed include Algebra I (8th and 9th
graders), Geometry (9th graders), Biology
(8th and 9th graders), English I (9th graders), English II (10th graders), American
History (10th graders), and American Government (11th graders). I would like to
thank the staff and students for the excellent
effort put forth during this stressful time.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank
the Board of Education, fellow administrators, faculty, staff, students and community
on a productive school year. I believe collaboration among all of us had a direct impact on the success we experienced this
school year. I will end this last newsletter
the same way I began the first, Isnt it great
to be an Archer!

The Class of 2016, our 132nd graduating


class from Antwerp High School, will celebrate Commencement on May 22 at 2:00
p.m. with doors opening at 12:30. The ceremony will take place in the main gymnasium. The senior video will be shown in the
auditeria beginning at 12:30. This 15 minute video, with highlights of the Class of
2016, will be continuously looped until
1:50. We congratulate our senior class on
YEARBOOK CONVENTION
their many accomplishments in reaching this
Seniors Annie Miesle, Mikayla Boesch, and
milestone and wish them the best as they
Brittany Smith and junior Becca Johanns of
continue on a journey of lifelong learning.
the Archer yearbook staff traveled to New
York City with yearbook adviser Mrs. Amy
I want to thank the community for the supSorrell March 15-19 to attend the Columbia
port given to me and the opportunity to
Scholastic Press Association spring convenserve the Antwerp district during this initial
tion at Columbia University. The students
year as superintendent. Antwerp is a wonattended sessions related to yearbook theme,
derful school district with excellent staff,
writing and design, photography, and leaderstudents, and parents. The 2016-2017
ship. They also met with a nationally award
school year will begin Wednesday, August
-winning yearbook adviser to get a critique
17. In the meantime, enjoy the long summer
of their current work. The staff came back
days with your family and friends.
with a lot of ideas to improve the current
yearbook as well as ideas for next year.
Dr. Martin Miller
While in New York, the students also did
Superintendent
sightseeing including the top of the Rockefeller building, Central Park, 911 Museum
DISTRICT CALENDAR OF EVENTS and Memorial, a Broadway production of
Wicked, a boat tour to see the Statue of Liberty, and a tour of NBC studios. To see
May 2 AP Psychology Exam
more pictures from the trip, follow Archer
May 3 AP Physics Exam
Yearbook on Facebook.
May 3 VBB @Parkview Field 4:30
May 4 HS Pride Card Trip-Kalahari
May 5 MS Pride Card Trip-Crazy Pinz
May 7 HS Choir Performs at Cedar Point
May 9 6th Gr to McMillen Health Center
May 11 AP English IV Exam
May 11 Sports Physicals - Woodlan HS
May 11 Academic Awards6:30
May 12 AP Statistics Exam
May 12-13 Senior Exam Days
May 14 MS Choir Performs at Cedar Point
May 16 Field Day for Grades 3-5
May 17 Field Day for Grades 1-2
May 17 Spring Sports Awards
May 17-18 Exams for Grades 9-11
May 18 Volunteer Breakfast7:15
May 18 Elementary Awards8:30
May 18 LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
May 19 Senior Breakfast/Grad Rehearsal

May 22 Graduation 2:00

THANK YOU!
A great big thank you to all who support our
students throughout the year. From attending events to donating to fundraisers, we
appreciate all the Antwerp community does
for our students.

FROM THE LUNCHROOM


Beginning May 1, students will not be allowed to charge lunches. Please make
sure your childs account has enough money
in it to cover their purchases. Any money
left in the accounts at the end of school will
be there on the first day of the 2016-2017
school year.

FIELD TRIPSAdditionally as we head


into the last month of the school year, we
look forward to end-of-the-year activities
such as class field trips and field days. Depending on the grade level, our students will
be visiting places such as Science Central,
the Fort Wayne Childrens Zoo, the canals at
Grand Rapids, Sauder Village, and the local
park. Additionally, our elementary awards
ceremony will be held the morning of the
last day of school at 8:30 in the high school
gymnasium. Everyone is welcome to attend.
KINDERGARTENIts not too late to
register for kindergarten. Call the elementary office for details at 419-258-5421, ext.
2200. Your child will need to participate in
a kindergarten screening, so the sooner that
you can contact the office the better.
GRADE CARDSGrade cards will be sent
home the week after school is out. If you
have not already done so, please send in
your childs self-addressed and stamped
grade card envelope. Otherwise, you may
pick up the grade card in the office the week
after school is out during normal hours.
Additionally, please be sure your school fees
are up to date in order to receive your
childs grade card.
PTO SCRIPAs you may be aware, the
Antwerp Elementary PTO is excited to announce a new fundraising opportunity called
SCRIP. For those of you unfamiliar with
the program, SCRIP cards are gift cards
from national and area retailers. They are
the same gift cards that you buy in the store.
Many retailers in our area participate in the
SCRIP program, including Meijer, Walmart,
Buffalo Wild Wings, Applebees, Lowes,
and Starbucks, plus many online retailers
like Amazon and iTunes. The PTO is currently working hard to get our local businesses involved in the program as well.
Please contact a PTO officer, or the elementary office to get more information on this
new fundraiser.

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VARSITY BASEBALL

May 2
May 3
May 5
May 6
May 10
May 13

5:00
4:30
4:00
5:00
5:00
5:00

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May 5
May 6
May 10
May 13

5:00
5:00
5:00
5:00

May 2
May 6
May 9
May 13
May 16
May 19
May 21

4:30
4:30
4:30
4:00
4:30
TBA
TBA

May 2
May 5
May 6
May 10
May 12

5:00
5:00
5:00
5:00
5:00

May 2

5:00

Home w/Woodlan

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May 10 4:30
May 17 4:00

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Carrots, Apple, Milk
Thurs., May 5 Meatball Sub, Baked Fries,
Peach Crisp, Milk
Fri., May 6 Pizza Ripper, Coleslaw,
Applesauce, Milk
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pick up a copy in our office.

The Archer Yearbook


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Miesle, Brittany Smith,
Becca Johanns, and
Mikayla Boesch outside
the Columbia University library. The group
was led by Yearbook
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to make this trip possible.
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Treasurer: Kristine Stuart
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PAULDING EXEMPTED VILLAGE SCHOOLS


MAY 2016 NEWSLETTER

SUPERINTENDENTS MESSAGE when they come to school next year.

Dear Friends of the Paulding Exempted Village Schools,


It is hard to believe that the 2015-2016
school year is quickly coming to a close.
Our last day of school is still scheduled to be
May 24, 2016. We have currently missed 23
instructional hours, which includes 2 cancellations and 10 two/three hour delays. The
month of May has many activities and events
planned. As always, I invite you to become
an active part of our school district and to get
involved in the lives of our young people by
attending as many of the student activities as
your schedule allows. Please check the district calendar at www.pauldingschools.org
and support our students with your attendance at these celebrations and other events.
Reminder: The majority of students in grades
3-11 are currently taking some type of state
assessment at this time of the year. The testing window for our district is April 11
through May 13, 2016. Parents may contact
their child's specific building to see what
assessment will be given on what specific
day. Parents are also encouraged to visit www.ohiostatetests.org to learn more about
the state assessments. Our staff is dedicated
to work hard every day in efforts for our students to be successful.
The Class of 2016 will celebrate Commencement on May 29, 2016 at 2:30 pm, as our
128th graduating class from Paulding High
School. The ceremony will be in the high
school gymnasium. We congratulate our senior class on their many accomplishments in
reaching this milestone and wish them the
best as they continue on a journey of lifelong
learning. We are very proud of the academic
and extracurricular achievements of our students, and the many outstanding staff members who work with these students on a daily
basis. Also at this time, we will be recognizing our seventh Academic Hall of Fame
class. The inductees for the Class of 2016 are
Dr. Robert AuFrance, Class of 1987 and Mr.
Matthew Ludwig, Class of 1990.
May 2-6 is National Teacher Appreciation
Week with May 3 designated as National
Teacher Day and May 6 is National School
Nurse Day. Please take time during this week
to thank a teacher who made a difference in
your life. We are proud of all our employees
including our bus drivers, cooks, aides, secretaries and custodians, and believe they
make a difference in the lives of children
every day as well.
Preschool registration is open for the 20162017 school year for both Paulding Elementary and Oakwood Elementary. Please call
419-399-4656 extension 1228 to inquire
about screening and registration. Tuition
assistance is available and free tuition grants
are available for qualifying families with
children who are four years old.
I also would like to point out some important
items from our athletic director. Please note
that June 21 is the date that Dr. Kuhn will be
at our school providing Athletic Physicals for
our students involved in athletics. This is
another service provided for our student athletes at a reduced cost to parents. We want to
thank Dr. Kuhn and his staff for this service.
Also, the Athletic Booster golf outing is set
for 1:00 pm on Sept. 25, 2016 at Auglaize
Golf Course. I would encourage anyone interested in joining or helping the boosters in
any way, to do so, as the boosters help provide resources for our student athletes at
Paulding Schools.
Please feel free to visit me at my office in the
Paulding Administration office, call me at
419-399-4656, ext. 1510, or e-mail me at
w_hanak@pauldingschools.org at your convenience if you have any questions about our
school district or anything in this community
newsletter.
Yours in Education,
William D. Hanak, Superintendent
Go Panthers!
NOTES FROM THE PRINCIPALS
Paulding Elementary-Stephanie Tear
Happy Spring! The 2015-2016 school year
is quickly coming to an end, but we still have
so much to accomplish this final nine weeks.
I am very proud of the students here at
Paulding Elementary! We have a wonderful
group of children who have worked hard at
their academics and on developing their
character traits. I appreciate all you parents
who continue to encourage these positive
attitudes. We need to finish the year strong,
so we need continued parental support.
We held our Kindergarten Screening April
21st and 22nd and had a beautiful group of
future Kindergarteners come through. If you
were unable to attend, or if you know of any
child entering Kindergarten, please contact
Paulding Elementary at 419-399-4656. The
office secretary will schedule a screening
time for you. This screening is important for
your child so we can prepare to serve them

The Ohio State Tests are the beginning of


your childs testing career. They are very
important and take place April 19 through
May 12. Teachers have been working with
your children to ensure they have the skills
needed to be successful. Please make sure
your children have excellent attendance
throughout the end of the school year. Keeping a routine where homework is completed,
consistent sleep hours are set, and a healthy
breakfast is provided are essential to your
childs success. Drinking plenty of water is
great for the brain! Thank you for encouraging your children to put forth their best effort. The results will be in this summer and
we optimistically anticipate positive results!
Kindergarten Round up, the Spring Dance
and Art/Music night were amazing community opportunities the last few weeks. The
evenings were extremely well attended and
positivity was in the air! Im grateful to get
to work with teachers and parents who go
above and beyond!
Paulding Elementary supported Paulding
Putnams Honor Flight by wearing Red,
White and Blue and raising over $800. We
also participated in the Leukemia penny
drive and we raised over $700. A special
thank you goes out to the community for
supporting our cookie dough fund raiser.
The proceeds will go to the Principal Fund
which provides rewards, incentives, assemblies and playground equipment. There were
about sixty children who earned a limo ride
because they sold so much. We appreciate
your support! I have been touched by the
generosity of our community! These are opportunities for our students to reach out and
care for others.
The last day of school is May 24th. We are
amazed that this school year is drawing to a
close. It has been a great year thus far and
we are looking forward to ending the year
successfully! Thank you to the community
for your continued support and encouragement! Paulding Elementary is a great place
to be!
Oakwood Elementary-Jennifer Manz
Hello from Oakwood Elementary on a picture perfect spring morning! As hard as it
may be to believe, we have reached the final
month of the 2015-2016 school year! As we
begin the last month of our school year, we
certainly do not slow down! The month of
May is one of our busiest months of the year
a special event mixed in with our regular
lessons nearly every day!
When you read this, our students in grades 36 will probably be about half finished with
their Ohios State Tests. The OSTs are a
new on-line measure of our students understanding of the curriculum adopted by the
State of Ohio (our second year taking State
tests on-line, but the first year for this particular test company/style). At Oakwood Elementary, they will be taken by all 3rd through
6th graders in Reading and Math. 4th and 6th
graders will take an additional OST in Social
Studies, while 5th graders take an additional
test in science. Because the curriculum established at the State level has been adopted
by PEVS and drives our instruction and activities every day, we are confident our students are capable of performing well on these
tests and have encouraged them to take the
time to give the best possible answers, allowing him/herself to shine. So far, we are very
impressed with the effort our students are
putting forth! Parents will receive results of
the assessments in late June/early July.
On April 6th, we held our local Battle of the
Books competition here at Oakwood Elementary where three teams competed for the
right to represent our school at the Paulding
County Battle of the Books. Congratulations
go to Kristy Boecker, JB Rickels, Lacie
Shawver, Ariana Sheaks, and Cassie Weller!
These 5th graders headed to the Youth Leadership building on April 13th to compete in
the County Battle of the Books. The Battle
of the Books is sponsored by the Paulding
County Carnegie Library, and we want to
thank the library staff for organizing this
event to encourage an interest in reading
books of many different genres.
2016-2017 Kindergarten Registration and
Screening is scheduled for Friday, May 6, at
Oakwood Elementary. If you live in the
Oakwood Elementary district and have a
child who will be going to kindergarten next
year, please call the Oakwood Elementary
office to schedule a screening appointment
(419-594-3346).
We will hold our annual Right-To-Read
Week from May 11-17. The theme this year
is On Your Mark, Get Set, Read, and several events/activities during the week will
revolve around this sports theme. We look
forward to several special guests and events
during our celebration of reading. Throughout the week, students will be challenged to

read more than ever and activities will be


taking place to foster a genuine love for reading. We want to thank our Title I Reading
Teacher, Mrs. Laura Stechschulte, for coordinating Right-To-Read Week.
Please mark your calendar for Monday, May
30th. Our third graders will be presenting a
wonderful tribute to all who have served to
protect our great country. Our fortieth 3rd
grade Memorial Day program will begin at
10:00 in our caf/gym and will conclude at
the Oakwood Park. Again, we invite you to
join us for this program; and please extend
our special invitation to all members of the
U.S. Military, current and veteran.
Thank you for your support this year! Our
students experience the most success when
they have the school, the family, and the
community in their corner.
Middle School-Chris Etzler
Hello from Paulding Middle School! It is
hard to believe that we are down to our final
four weeks of school already! Although
there arent many days left, it doesnt mean
that we arent busy at Paulding Middle
School. Here are some of the events we have
going on to finish the school year.
On Friday, April 8, our Science Olympiad
team competed in the state competition in
Columbus after placing 4th and advancing.
These students did an excellent job of representing Paulding Middle School!
We have two individuals representing Paulding Middle School at the state Science Fair
competition on Saturday, May 14 on the
campus of The Ohio State University. 7th
graders Molly Adams and Hunter Kauser
will be there competing against other middle
school students from around the state. Good
luck Molly and Hunter!!!
Currently our students are taking the AIR
Next Generation Assessment tests. Our 6th
grade students are taking tests in ELA, Social
Studies and Math; our 7th graders are taking
tests in ELA and Math; and our 8th graders
are taking tests in ELA, Science and Math.
Our staff and students have worked hard in
preparation for these tests.
Our annual Paulding Middle School Awards
Day will be held on Tuesday, May 17 at 8:30
AM in the Auditeria. Letters will be mailed
soon to those students who will receive an
award on this day. We look forward to this
day as we recognize and honor those students
who have worked hard this school year.
Our JH sports teams are wrapping up their
seasons this month, as our students have
been involved in track, baseball and softball.
We will be having Paulding Middle School
Field Day during the morning of May 24th,
the last day of school down at Keysor Field.
After the completion of Field Day, we will
have a cookout for our 8th graders. This will
be an enjoyable way for the students to end
the school year.
Physicals for students interested in participating in athletics next school year will once
again be held here at Paulding. Those physicals will be held on Tuesday, June 21 at
Paulding High School. Please look for instant alerts that will be sent out regarding the
physicals.
Thank you again for your continued support
of Paulding Middle School. Please stay on
your student to remain focused on school for
the remainder of the school year. How they
perform this quarter affects their athletic eligibility for next fall, whether they will be in
8th or 9th grade. They must pass at least five
classes and have at least a 1.0 GPA to be eligible.
High School-Todd Harmon
Greetings from Paulding High School. As
we move into the last few weeks of school,
we are completing State tests required for
graduation, preparing for prom, award ceremonies and special events. Senior Awards
night is May10th at 7:00 p.m., Baccalaureate
will be May 11th at 7:00 p.m. the Underclassmen Awards will be held during the school
day, May 12th at 1:30 p.m. and Prom will
be May 14th, In order for students to attend
prom, all fees must be paid no later than May
5th.
Commencement will be held May 29th at
2:30 in the High School gym. All students
who wish to be part of the ceremony must
attend a mandatory practice on May
27th. Also, all fees must be paid no later
than May 6th if a student wishes to be a part
of the ceremony and receive their diploma.
The Paulding House standings at the end of
the third nine weeks, showed House Stupendum squeak by House Excellentia by 81
points. The overall standings are currently:
Palmarium 4264, Excellentia 4537, Vinco Vic Victum 4463 and Stupendum
4723. The race to see which House will win
the incentive and be immortalized as the first
winner of the Panther House, will be determined at the end of this nine weeks. The last
competition of the year among the Houses

will be a Minute to Win It game. This was


selected by students who submitted many
great ideas as they learn to take ownership
for the fun they can have in education!
Paulding High School would like to thank
our House sponsors: INSBIT, Paulding
VFW Post 587, Herbert Orr Company,
Baughman Tile Company - Pioneers in the
Drainage Business, Marcos Pizza, Paulding
Putnam Electric Cooperative, Insource, The
Klint Manz Family, Paulding Eagles, Paulding Kiwanis and Integrity Ford. There is still
time to be a sponsor for the Houses of Paulding High School. Just call Todd Harmon at
the High School office to find out how! 419399-4656 ext. 1110.
ATHLETIC PHYSICALS
Physicals for athletic participants will be
held on Tuesday, June 21, 2016 at the high
school by Dr. Kuhn. The cost of the physicals will be $15, payable to Paulding County
Hospital. The schedule of physicals is as follows; HS Boys 8-9:30am, MS Boys 9:3011:00am, HS Girls 12:30-1:30pm, MS Girls
1:30-3pm, however, if any student cannot
come at the scheduled time, or would like to
come with a sibling, they can come anytime
from 8:00-11:00 a.m. or 12:30-3:00 p.m.
SPORTS ELEGIBILITY
Parents of student-athletes are reminded that
students who plan to participate in a fall
sport next school year must meet the eligibility requirements in this current 4th nineweek grading period to be eligible next
fall. High school athletes must maintain a
1.0 GPA and be passing five credits. Junior
high athletes must maintain a 1.0 GPA and
be passing five of their courses.
MINI RELAY FOR LIFE
The PEVS Mini-Relay for Life will be held
on Friday, May 20. This has been an extremely successful way for our students to
give back to the community that is often so
good to them.
The event will be held from 12:00-2:45 at the
Paulding H.S. Track. There will be activities
for the younger students to participate in if
they wish. Many activities will be free, but
some will cost a nominal fee of $.25 $1.00.
There will also be concessions available for
purchase. Every cent of every donation will
go directly to our local American Cancer
Society, which provides many services to
those of our community who are afflicted
with this horrible disease. Parents, family
and community members are welcome to
join us.
ATHLETIC CALENDAR
Varsity Baseball
May 2 Allen East-H
May 3 Pandora-Gilboa-T (Make up)
May 5 Blufton-T
May 9 VanWert-H
May 12 Tinora-H
JV Baseball
May 2 Wayne Trace-T
May 6 Defiance-H
May 10 Fairview-T
May 13 Crestview-H
Varsity Softball
May 2 Allen East-H
May 3 Wayne Trace-H
May 5 Bluffton-T
May 9 Crestview-T (Make up)
May 10 Fairview-T
May 12 Defiance-H
May 13 Elida-H
JV Softball
May 3 Allen East-H
May 7 Spencerville-T (DH)
May 9 Elida-H
May 10 Wayne Trace-H
Varsity Boys/Girls Track
May 3 CV/St. Johns/WT-H
May 6 Antwerp Invite-T
May 9 Wayne Trace Relays-T
May 12 NWC @ Ada
May 14 NWC @ Ada
May 16 @Wayne Trace/Antwerp
JH Boys/Girls Track
May 2 @Ottoville/Crestview/WT - T
May 3
@Tinora/Defiance
May 6 NWC Meet
May 10 Panther JH Relays-H

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DISTRICT CALENDAR EVENTS


May 2 Band Booster Mtg
7:00p

May 4 Athletic Booster Meeting


5:30p
May 5-6 State FFA Convention
May 6
OE Kdg Screening
May 10 Senior Awards Program-Aud.
7:00p
May 11 Baccalaureate-Auditeria
7:00p
May 12 Undergrad Awards
1:00p
May 14 Prom
8:00-11:00p
May 17 MS Awards Program-HS Gym
8:30a
May 17 HS Band & Choir Concert-Aud 8:00p
May 17 Board Meeting-Admin. Bldg.
7:00p
May 18-19 Senior Exams
May 19 MS Band & Choir Concert-Aud 7:30p
May 19 Last day for Seniors
May 20 Mini Relay for Life-HS Track 12-2:45p
May 24 Last Day of School for Students
May 29 HS Graduation-HS Gym
2:30p
May 30 OE 3rd Gr Memorial Day Prog 10:00a
May 30 HS Band Memorial Serv-Live Oak followed by performance on court house lawn

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419-399-2542

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Sports Physicals for $20

1st Visit for $27

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washes w/ any
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purchased

1255 N. Williams St.


Paulding
1-800-399-2071
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6 - Weekly Reminder - Paulding County Progress Monday, April 25, 2016

On The West Side of the Square

State License #25417

Phone: 419-393-4690

Geothermal
Now Installing Water Softeners
Heat Pumps
and Sulfur Removal Systems
Furnaces
Air Conditioners

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Embroidery Transfer Prints Spirit Wear


Varsity Jackets Woven Throws
Corporate Apparel
112 N. Williams, Paulding

260-410-3276

419-399-5393

SALE DAYS
for April 29 - May 1
$1.99/lb.

Cole Slaw

Hoffmans
Hot Pepper Cheese
Living Lettuce

$4.49/lb.

$2.99 ea.

Whole,
Seedless Watermelon
Rhubarb

$4.99/lb.

$3.83/lb.

Filet Kabobs

$5.49 ea.

80% Ground Beef


Baby Back Ribs

$3.79/lb.

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Sunday 9 am - 5 pm

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Available in Bulk or Bagged

oil

change
$12.95
Up to 5 quarts of oil.
Excludes diesels,
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the

works
$19.99
oil change,
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LIFETIME

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BRAKES

Top Dirt
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Peat Moss
Decorative Gravel
Red, Brown and
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419-670-4602

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303 E. Perry St., Paulding

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Fulton, Williams and Van Wert

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$69

counties in Ohio, as well as


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Heating Oil

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Pumps

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Diesel Exhaust
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Located at 270 Dooley Drive - Paulding