The Legislative Breakfast was held on Thursday, March 9th. Mayor Aaron Montz, Seneca County Commissioner Mike Kerschner, and State Representative Bill Reineke gave a summary of 2016 and spoke of things that will take place in 2017.
Another February has passed and we've celebrated another successful Casino Royale fundraiser. We'd like to thank everyone who attended this year, especially our event sponsors.
JA is looking for a few good men & women to provide JA educational programming to Krout elementary students (grades 2 & 3) on Friday, May 5 from 8am to 11am.
The delivery model will be JA in a Day, where the entire JA program (5 lessons) is covered between 8am and 11am. As with all JA programming, each module provides practical information about financial literacy, entrepreneurship and career development and its impact on students’ lives. As compared to other similar programs, JA is both modular and sequential. Each student can receive programming every year from K-12. A 1 hour training session, including JA curriculum will be provided to volunteers on Thursday, April 6 from 8am – 9am at Mercy Health Tiffin Hospital. Attached is a brief scope and sequence of all programs. ‘Our Community’ is recommended for Grade 2 while ‘Our City’ is recommended for grade 3. The curriculum can be presented either individually, the buddy system or an entire grade can be adopted by an organization. In any case, the regular classroom instructor will be present at all times.
For more information, look over the recruitment material here.
On February 16, Heidelberg University held a Chamber After 5 event. The Dean’s Student Advisory Board for the School of Business sponsored the networking event, bringing together students, faculty, and business professionals. Individuals from each of these groups met on the fourth floor of the School of Business’s Adams Hall.
Welcome to our newest members!
Dear Chamber Members,
Please accept this letter of introduction for Community Creations, Inc. of Columbus, Ohio.
Community Creations offers “Pen and Ink” prints that capture the essence of a community. Bruce Loeschen, the artist, has been creating his prints for over 35 years. He combines local landmarks and figures with the commercial landscape to create a unique representation of a community.
Welcome to our new members this month!
Welcome to our new members!
On Friday, December 2nd community members gathered for the annual Christmas Tree Lighting; in the new Leadership Park. The white spruce was planted in November. It was a cold evening when Mayor Aaron Montz lit the Christmas Tree. The Heidelberg Chamber Choir shared some beautiful Christmas music. Debby Roszman, Tiffin-Seneca Public Library read the Twas the Night Before Christmas. WTTF provided the PA system for the evening. Jimmy John’s passed out samples and the Tiffin Elks gave out hot chocolate. Electro Alarms passed out candy canes. Thank you to everyone who helped to make this a fun and memorable event!