Fremont women to meet
FREMONT - Fremont Area Women's Connection is to meet for a luncheon 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. March 13 at Anjulina's Catering, 2270 Hayes Ave., Fremont.
The cost is $12, and complimentary nursery is available by reservation.
Featured guests include Joanne McDowell of the Humane Society of Sandusky County and Lucille Van Aaken of Hillsdale, Mich., who is to present "From Bondage to Freedom."
Reservations are required by Thursday. For more information, call Donna at (419) 680-2251 or email Betty at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Genealogical group to gather
The Seneca County Genealogical Society is to meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Frost-Kalnow Room of Tiffin-Seneca Public Library.
Lisa Swickard, author of "Weathering the Extremes: Seneca County's 'Other' Floods & Deadly Heat Wave," is to provide the program. The event also includes a business meeting.
Genealogy sites taught at Hayes Center library
FREMONT Hayes Presidential Center's Internet Genealogy II class can show how to maximize Internet genealogy research. The next class takes place 9:30-11:30 a.m. Saturday in the Hayes Library.
Head librarian and veteran genealogist Becky Hill is to lead the class. She is to explain how to discover genealogical information from online subscription websites such as Ancestry.com, HeritageQuest and Fold3.com.
The Hayes Library provides free access to these subscription sites via a bank of public-use computers available in its Reading Room.
Cost to attend Internet Genealogy II is $10 for adults and $5 for students through high school. Register by calling (419) 332-2081 ext. 231 or email email@example.com.
The Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center is located at Hayes and Buckland avenues in Fremont.
Library to teach signs
Teen Department at Tiffin-Seneca Public Library is to host "Sign Language Basics for Teens and Adults" 6:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesdays, March 14 and 21, in Frost Kalnow Room. Participants are to learn the alphabet, basic conversation and survival signs. Websites to continue learning also are to be shown.
Registration is necessary at the Junior Library desk, by calling (419) 447-3751 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
'Read It - See It' continues
Tiffin-Seneca Public Library is to host a book discussion about "Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Bronte as part of the "Read It See It" series with The Ritz Theatre at 2 p.m. April 15 in Frost Kalnow Room. Copies of the book are available at the check-out desk and include large-print and audiobook versions.
The Ritz Theatre is to feature the motion picture "Jane Eyre" at 2 p.m. April 22. Patrons can present their library card and get a free popcorn. For more information, call (419) 447-3751 or visit www.tiffinsen.lib.oh.us.
'Babies & Books' to be offered
Tiffin-Seneca Public Library is to have "Babies & Books" during the month of March. There are to be two 30-minute classes March 13, 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., in Junior Home Room.
"Babies & Books" features stories, rhymes, songs and finger plays. Parents or caregivers and babies, age birth to 24 months old, can sign up for one session of language enrichment activities.
Call (419) 447-3751 to register, starting Tuesday, for the free program.
Library to offer computer courses
Tiffin-Seneca Public Library is to offer adult computer classes in April. Space is limited, so registration is necessary. Registration is under way. The library charges $1 per class to cover copy costs, which must be paid by the time of the class.
"Searching the Internet" is to be 2-3:30 p.m. April 3 and is to teach students how to search the Internet, in addition to learning about types of search engines and directories, and how to formulate good searches. Students must be familiar with how to use a mouse and the keyboard and should have taken the "Beginning Internet" class.
"Facebook Basics" is to be 2-3:30 p.m. April 4 and is to teach students about privacy settings, how to navigate in Facebook and find friends and businesses, and how to upload pictures. Students must have an open, accessible Facebook account, know their password and be able to navigate the Internet.
"E-Mail" is to be 10-11:30 a.m. April 10. It is to teach students sites that offer free email accounts and is to walk them through setting up an account. Students should be familiar with the Internet, as well as how to use a mouse and the keyboard.
"All About Digital Photos" is to be 2-4 p.m. April 10 and is for students who are familiar with using the Internet, email and attachments. Students are to learn how to save, transfer, organize and share digital photos. Bringing personal digital cameras or mobile devices and connection cables is optional.
"Mouse 101" is to be 10-11 a.m. April 11 and is to teach students how to use the mouse. They are to distinguish between left and right clicking, double clicking and moving the mouse around.
"Intro to Publisher" is to be 6-7:30 p.m. April 11 and is to teach the basics of the desktop publishing program, Microsoft Publisher 2007. Students are to learn how to use basic Publisher tools such as text box, picture frame and templates while creating and saving a document. Students may wish to bring USB flash drive to save documents. Students must be familiar with how to use a mouse and the keyboard.
"Intro to Excel" is to be 10-11:30 a.m. April 18 and is for students who are familiar with how to use a mouse and the keyboard. Students are to learn the basics of the spreadsheet program Excel. Students also are to learn how to set up an address book and create a checkbook.
"Create a Facebook Account" is to be 6-7:30 p.m. April 18 and is for students who have an accessible email account, know their password and are able to navigate the Internet. Students are to learn how to open an account, upload pictures, enter information and about privacy settings.
"Beginning Word" is to be 2-3:30 p.m. April 24, and knowledge of how to use the mouse and the keyboard is helpful. People can learn the basics of word processing using Microsoft Word 2007. Students are to learn how to create and save documents and how to use basic Word functions.
"Beginning Internet" is to be 6-7:30 p.m. April 25 and is for participants who are just learning the Internet. Students are to learn the buttons and pull-down menus of Microsoft Internet Explorer, as well as how to use their newly learned skills to navigate on Tiffin-Seneca Public Library's links and resources. Students must be familiar with how to use a mouse and the keyboard.
"Basic Computing" is to be 10-11:30 a.m. April 26 and is designed for users who are just learning to use a computer. Students are to learn the basic parts of the computer and the desktop. Knowledge of how to use the mouse is required.
To register or for more information, call (419) 447-3751.
People to share all things Clyde
CLYDE - People who collect Clyde memorabilia each are to share five of their favorite items from their collections at 6 p.m. Thursday at Clyde Public Library. They also are to view a "Then and Now" photography presentation. Have something to show? Attendees are welcome to bring in one item to "show and tell." No reservations are required for this free program.
Library to help solve laptop nissues
CLYDE - Clyde Public Library is having a monthly meeting for people who can take their laptops to the library. People can call (419) 547-7174 to register and let the library know any particular problem areas they want to cover. The group meets at 1 p.m. the second Thursday of the month.
Learn to decorate cupcakes
CLYDE - Linda Lambert from Bella Cuisine is to offer another workshop at Clyde Public Library 1-2:45 p.m. Saturday. Each participant is to decorate and take home six cupcakes with a St. Patrick's Day theme. Lambert is to demonstrate using buttercream, Royal icing, fondant and candies to make a leprechaun's shoe, candy shamrocks, a rainbow, a pot of gold, a leprechaun and a mug of green beer. Call (419) 547-7174 to sign up for the free program. People must be at least 12 years old to participate, youths ages 12 to 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Library having computer classes
BELLEVUE - Bellevue Public Library is offering free basic computer classes. The next series of classes is to be held March 15, 19 and 22. Each session is 10 a.m.-noon. Registration by Monday is recommended. Call (419) 483-4769 to register or for more information.
The library received a federal grant to participate in Connect Ohio as a participant of Every Citizen Online. The matching grant helped fund the purchase of laptops for small-group computer instruction.
Monthly Connect Ohio classes are to consist of a series of three sessions. Each series of instruction includes an introduction to computers, an introduction to the Internet and basic use of the Internet, including email. After completing six hours of training, students are to receive a certificate of completion. Certificate holders are eligible for certain discounts on broadband Internet access.
Learn about digital resources
BELLEVUE - Bellevue Public Library offers more than 15,000 digital books and downloadable audiobooks through the CLEVNET eMedia website. To learn about these resources, people can attend a demonstration-style program at 2 p.m. March 13 in the library's meeting room. The presentation is to review searching for ebooks and audiobooks, downloading titles and transferring titles to portable devices, such as the Kindle, Sony eReader, Barnes and Noble Nook and the Apple iPod. For more information, call (419) 483-4769.
Library offers new program
BELLEVUE - Bellevue Public Library is offering a new program for children ages 6-8. Bingo and a Book is to be offered 4-4:45 p.m. one Thursday a month. The program is to target concepts such as the alphabet, rhyming words, picture words and sight words. Concluding each session is to be the reading of a short story by the librarian. Sessions are scheduled for April 5 and May 3.
Yarn club to gather
BELLEVUE - Bellevue Public Library Yarn Club is to meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Patterns and yarn for those interested in making a 7-inch by 9-inch piece for the club's Warm-Up America blanket project are to be available. The next meeting of the club is 1 p.m. March 17.
Center seeks volunteers
International Cultural Center is seeking volunteers who would like to share their cultural heritage with area children at International Festival for Children 1-4 p.m. March 25 at Tiffin Middle School. The purpose of the event is to celebrate the cultural diversity in the community and offer children an opportunity to learn about other countries and cultures.
The center is looking for people who could teach children a new game, show them how to do a simple craft project, teach children a few words from another language, demonstrate a dance or sing a simple song. The center is to supply all materials for the games and crafts so there is no cost to the volunteers.
For more information, call (419) 447-3358 or email email@example.com.
Crop for CASA
"Crop for CASA," a scrapbooking and papercrafting fundraiser for Court Appointed Special Advocates, is being organized as a Calvert High School senior project. It is 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday in the recreation room of the former St. Mary School. 75 S. Sandusky St., Tiffin.
The cost is $20, which is non-refundable, and includes lunch, dinner and vouchers for two drinks. Each crafter is to have his or her own 6-foot table. Punches and Cricut Expression are to be available for use, but participants should take their own 12-inch mats and cartridges.
For more information, call (419) 618-5409, (419) 934-1084 or (419) 618-7457, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration and payment must be received no later than Thursday.
Fostoria seeks kindergarteners
FOSTORIA - Fostoria City Schools has set March 27 as kindergarten registration for students who live in the district. Children must be 5 years old by Aug. 1 to be eligible for kindergarten during the 2012-13 school year.
Parents and legal guardians must bring documentation at the time of registration, which includes proof of residency, the child's birth certificate/hospital record, immunization record and Social Security card, and custody agreement, if applicable.
A medical history form is to be completed by the parent and legal guardian at the registration. Children should accompany their parent/guardian to registration and receive a required vision and hearing screening at no charge in addition to a brief literacy assessment.
Children are not to be assigned to a kindergarten class without a birth certificate and immunization record on file with the district. If a child needs any of the required immunizations, Seneca County Health District provides weekly clinics in Fostoria and Tiffin. Information about the clinics can be obtained by calling (419) 435-6673.
Parents and legal guardians should take their child and all documentation to Longfellow Elementary School, 619 Sandusky St., Fostoria, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. March 27.
No appointment is needed to register children for kindergarten. For more information, call (419) 436-4135.
Mohawk to hold screening
SYCAMORE - Mohawk Local School District is to conduct kindergarten registration April 12 and 13. Any child who is 5 years old on or before Aug. 1 is eligible to attend kindergarten next school year. Screening is to include vision, hearing, speech and language, and general readiness levels. The process takes about 75 minutes.
Appointments for screening and registration are being scheduled. People interested in registering a child for screening who have not completed a registration form can call (419) 937-2414.
Fostoria choir, band to perform
FOSTORIA - Fostoria High School's music department is to participate in Ohio Music Education Association District 2 Adjudicated Event at Oak Harbor High School.
Chamber choir is scheduled to perform at 5 p.m. Friday, and concert band is to perform at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. The event is free.
Learn to manage files
MILAN - EHOVE Career Center is to offer a file management class 6-9 p.m. March 26 and 28. Pre-registration is required. Fees are $69 for tuition and $12 for supplies. For more information, visit www.EHOVE.net or call (419) 499-4663, ext. 232.
Students raise money
Krout Elementary School students collected $300 for Humane Society of Seneca County and $91.47 for Tiffin Police Department for the fund for a new canine officer. The student council presented the checks at their meeting Feb. 27.
FFA members attend conference
DUBLIN - Students from across Ohio attended the 2012 Leadership Conference, an activity of National FFA Organization. Emily Daniel, Kayla Draper, and Somer Freeman, members of the Mohawk High School FFA chapter, attended the conference Jan. 21-22.
St. Wendelin students take first
FOSTORIA - St. Wendelin Catholic School placed first with LEGO robotics during Innovation Fair at Fostoria Intermediate Elementary School Feb. 10. Advisers are Ron Bowerman and Susan Tiell. Members of the Innovation Fair team were sixth-graders Emma Prince, Alex Hill, Kayla Hunter and Patrick Castillo; seventh-graders Luke Volkmer and Maco Gonzalez; juniors Logan Borer and Philip Streacker; and seniors Josh Kinn and Haley Wolfe.
Sentinel students compete, qualify
A delegation of 46 students, 19 student assistants and all staff members represented and assisted Sentinel Career and Technology Center at the northwest Ohio regional SkillsUSA competition and conference at Sentinel Feb. 17. Twenty-seven students have qualified to advance to the Ohio SkillsUSA
competition April 27-28 in Columbus by placing first, second or third in their skill competitions.
Seventeen students placed first in their competition, including Brittany Flint, cosmetology, a senior in cosmetology from Columbian High School; Ricardo Galvan, automotive service tech, a senior in automotive technology from Fostoria High School; Austin Harrison, industrial motor control, a senior in electrical trades from Hopewell-Loudon High School; Brandon Hicks, carpentry, a senior in building trades from Columbian; Steven Jordan, first aid/CPR, a senior in public safety from Columbian; Jason Lucius, collision repair, a junior in collision repair technology from New Riegel High School; Kacie O'Donnell, job interview, a junior in public safety from Columbian; Joshua Reed, automotive refinishing, a senior in collision repair technology from Seneca East High School; Tyler Tyree, criminal justice, a senior in public safety from Hopewell-Loudon; the health knowledge bowl team, all from the medical technology program, Taylor Nye, junior from Old Fort High School, William Roe, senior from Columbian, Melanie Scherger, senior from St. Wendelin High School, and Alexis Schwilk, junior from Upper Sandusky High School; and the TeamWorks team of Trevor Nye, senior in building trades from New Riegel, Stephen Swander, a senior in building trades from Columbian, Dustin Wagner, a senior in building trades from New Riegel, and Nathan Wilhelm, a senior in electrical trades from Hopewell-Loudon.
Second-place winners included Josselyn Cook, nurse assisting, a senior in medical technology from Columbian; and the crime scene investigation team, all from the junior public safety program and include Hollie Alexander from Seneca East, Micaela Barth from Upper Sandusky and Justin Hoover from Columbian.
Third-place winners included Zoe Dolch, cosmetology, senior in cosmetology from Columbian; Marissa Kirian, CNC turning, a junior in precision machining from Hopewell-Loudon; Chase Perry, residential wiring, a senior in building trades from Upper Sandusky; Austin Rodriguez, Job Skill Demo A, a senior in automotive technology from Columbian; Daytona Swartz, nurse assisting, a senior in medical from Upper Sandusky; and Paige Webb, prepared speech, a senior in collision repair technology from Old Fort.
Other Sentinel students who participated included: from Bettsville, Cole Paxton, a senior in electrical trades; from Bridges Community Academy, Travis Hickman, a junior in computer communications network technician; from Columbian, Thomas Elchert, a junior in public safety, and Bryan Spencer, a senior in computer-aided design; from Fostoria, Kendra Bechtel, a senior in medical technology, Zachery Freed, a senior in welding, and Tyshea Perkins, a senior in cosmetology; from Hopewell-Loudon, Shailee Bentz, a senior in CCNT, and Arion Tiell, a junior in medical technology; from Mohawk, High School, Kalene Goist,a senior in medical technology, Kyle Marquis, a senior in computer-aided design, and Danielle Sammet, a junior in medical technology; from New Riegel, Sarah Faber, a junior in cosmetology, Jacob Lucius, a senior in precision machining, and Zachary Reinhart, a senior in precision machining; from Seneca East, Jacob Cook, a senior in building trades, and Courtney Shepherd, a junior in cosmetology; and from Upper Sandusky, John Conn, a senior in CCNT, and Danica Manns, a senior in cosmetology.
Sentinel is to send a delegation of about 57 students to the Ohio SkillsUSA state competition and conference. Students who place first in their category at the state competition are to advance to national competition.
Lima Catholic, TU partner
LIMA - Tiffin University and Lima Central Catholic High School are to begin a College on Campus program, a partnership where students can earn high school and college credit without leaving their school, during the 2012-13 academic year.
The program is similar to TU's existing partnerships with Calvert High School, Columbian High School, Mohawk High School, Buckeye Central High School and Clyde High School.
Unlike other post-secondary programs that require students to travel and attend classes on the college campus, the College on Campus partnership with TU keeps student leaders at their own high school where they can remain active in the life of their school while earning high school and college-level credit.
TU is to offer six courses at Lima Catholic High School.
For more information, call (419) 222-4276 or (419) 448-3414.
Terra partner in ECO
COLUMBUS Terra State Community College is a partner in the statewide Every Citizen Online broadband training project and is providing free basic computer training to adults. The free computer and Internet basics course is helping area adults connect and communicate online. The coursework includes six hours of training covering computer basics, an introduction to the Internet and discussions about how broadband can be helpful in daily life.
Classes are being offered at Sandusky County Job Store, 2511 Countryside Drive, Fremont, OH 43420, (419) 332-2169; and Ottawa County Community Resource Centre, 8043 W. SR 163, Oak Harbor, OH 43449, (419) 898-3688, ext. 270.
Senior Forum to be offered
FINDLAY - University of Findlay's Senior Forum is a six-week series of learning opportunities for the retired community. The spring 2012 session is to begin March 28 in Alumni Memorial Union. Discounted session fees are offered for those who register before March 21.
The forums, consisting of a variety of programs, are to take place each Wednesday through May 2.
Sessions may be attended for one fee of $60 per person or $115 per couple, if paid by March 21. Attendees also may choose to attend single sessions at $4 each, per person, or $8 each, per couple. After March 21, full-session fees are $65 per person, or $125 per couple, and single-session fees are $5 per person, or $10 per couple. A buffet lunch is available for an additional $5 per person, per day.
The March 28 forum is to feature "Findlay's Bicentennial!" with Tamara Rooney, founder and owner of Red Tornado Art Gallery in Findlay, 10:15-11:30 a.m.
The second program of the day is to feature "Great Decisions: Promoting Democracy" with Gary Hess, who has emeritus status at Bowling Green State University, noon-1 p.m.
The third program of the day is to feature "Jazz in Retirement!" with John Cleveland, jazz pianist, 1:15-2:30 p.m.
To obtain a registration form, contact Nancy Leatherman at (419) 434-4672. To register, send the completed form and payment to Nancy Leatherman, University of Findlay, Office of Academic Affairs, 1000 N. Main St., Findlay, OH 45840. Checks should be made payable to University of Findlay.
For more information, call (419) 422-3560 or (419) 434-4553.
Kern to offer fitness courses
FREMONT - Kern Center for Community and Industrial Development at Terra State Community College is offering non-credit fitness classes in the spring. People can register in person at Kern Center, Building B, room 104, call (419) 559-2255 or email email@example.com.
Learn about math
FINDLAY University of Findlay is to celebrate the 25th annual Mathematics Day March 14 with activities in Alumni Memorial Union.
Doug Ensley, professor of mathematics at Shippensburg University, is to present "Invariants Under Group Actions to Amaze Your Friends" at 10 a.m. in the multipurpose room. He is to present "Permutations in Graph Puzzles" at 1 p.m. in the multipurpose room.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thomas M. Cooley honor roll
LANSING, Mich. - Ryan Good, formerly of Tiffin and now of Hesperia, Mich., is on the honor roll at Thomas M. Cooley Law School. He is the son of Jeff and Judy Good.
Fifth Third Bank gives to Terra
FREMONT - Fifth Third Bank (Northwestern Ohio) presented the fourth installment of a four-year grant of $100,000 from Charles E. Schell Foundation, Fifth Third Bank trustee, to Terra State Community College. The final of four $25,000 payments was presented to Terra College Foundation.
The grant money is earmarked for interest-free educational assistance loans to Terra students who otherwise might be unable to complete their education.
University of Northwestern Ohio dean's list
LIMA - Kyle Mullholand of New Riegel is on the dean's list at University of Northwestern Ohio.
'Berg honors faculty
A month of highlighting academic excellence at Heidelberg University culminated Feb. 17 with the presentation of three faculty awards and the conclusion of the 19th annual student research conference earlier in the week.
During a dinner with the board of trustees, three faculty members were honored for their excellence in research and teaching and commitment to the humanities.
The recipient of Distinguished Scholarship/Research Award for Faculty was John Bing, professor of political science, criminal justice and anthropology. Doug Collar, associate professor of English and integrated studies and director of Honors Program, was the recipient of Ream-Paradiso Distinguished Teaching Award. The recipient of Jane Frost Kalnow Professorship in the Humanities was Cynthia Lepeley, professor of Spanish.
H-L grads perform
FINDLAY Jessica F. Lynch and Ryan Wood performed in University of Findlay's symphonic band and wind ensemble pops concert "Dancing with the Stars."
Lynch, a 2009 graduate of Hopewell-Loudon High School, is the daughter of Ruth and Lawrence Lynch, Bascom. Wood, a 2010 Hopewell-Loudon graduate, is the son of Roger and Charlene Wood, Tiffin.
March is Red Cross Month
Each spring, the President of the United States acknowledges the reach of the Red Cross through an official proclamation that declares March as Red Cross Month. It's a time, Red Cross officials say, to recognize the work of current volunteers, and to encourage more community members to donate blood and become involved in the various service areas that help change lives.
"We touch lives down the street, across the country and around the world," said Kathy Smith, collections director for the Western Lake Erie Region of the American Red Cross. "And it's your support that allows us to be there every day for the millions of people who depend on us during their time of need."
In 1881, 60-year-old Clara Barton launched the American Red Cross based on a European movement that provided relief and protection to wounded soldiers. Barton opened the first Red Cross chapter in Dansville, N.Y., and within the year, the organization responded to its first large-scale disaster in Michigan. In 1889, the Johnstown flood called for the organization's largest response yet, with volunteers providing food, shelter and medical care to 25,000 victims.
Now, the Red Cross continues to help individuals and families prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. Red Cross Month celebrates the services and volunteers in areas like blood donation, disaster relief, health and safety training, and support to military members and their families. The Western Lake Erie Region is among 36 Red Cross Blood Regions nationwide, and contributes to collecting more than 6 million units of blood from about 3.5 million blood donors each year.
"Whatever way you give be it through blood donation, volunteerism or financial contribution you'll feel good knowing you're helping to change lives," Smith said. "Without people like you, there would be no American Red Cross."
Elmwood skilled nursing completes survey
GREEN SPRINGS - Elmwood at The Springs annual nursing home survey inspection conducted by the Ohio Department of Health proved to be a success for the skilled nursing facility located in the Healthcare Center on the west campus.
The four-day survey process consisted of five surveyors interviewing staff, interacting with residents, reviewing proper medication administration, data entry, as well as the evaluation of other standards and practices.
"It seems regulations are becoming much stricter," Jean Smith, West Campus Nursing Home administrator, said in a statement. "We had zero-deficiencies at our last annual survey in 2010, so doing this well again makes us very proud. Our staff and leadership teams are the best! They do such a wonderful job caring for our residents and patients."
Kathy Hunt, CEO and owner, was pleased.
"Even though we continue to work on our building renovations, we still make a point to regularly review our services, involve staff in new ideas and programs, while still listening to our patients and residents' needs," she said. "This takes a tremendous amount of time and coordination, but because it's done as a team, it's been successful. Everyone involved should be proud for doing such a great job."
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Old Fort promotes Mike Daniel
Michael C. Spragg, president and CEO of The Old Fort Banking Company, is pleased to announce Mike Daniel has been promoted to executive vice president and chief financial officer.
"Mike's leadership, proficiency and strategic responsibilities have proven to be a tremendous asset to the company," Spragg said in a statement. "We are pleased to recognize his achievement and value his commitment to the Old Fort Banking Company."
Daniel began his Old Fort Bank career in 1998, serving as the bank's auditor. He became the investment officer in 2003, in 2005 was promoted to chief financial officer and in 2008 he was promoted to senior vice president.
"I am pleased to be a part of a true community bank and a member of the Old Fort Bank's senior management team," stated Daniel, whose office is located at 634 W. Market St. "I look forward to the bank's continued success."
Daniel holds a master of business administration from Heidelberg University and is a certified public accountant. He received his bachelor's degree from Tiffin University in 1993.
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