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  All Day LOW VISION SUPPORT GROUP, TIFFIN   International Low Vision Support Group You are invited to a Free Support Group Meeting for Visually Impaired Adults Join thousands of people around the world for this monthly series of Internet webcasts. Date: Tuesday, April 08, 2014 Time: 10:30 A.M. Location: St. Francis Home, Inc. This month’s topic: “Riding the Wave of Evolving Technology” Presented by: Dan Roberts An update on exciting developments in low vision technology
 
  n/a n/a Spring Clean Up at Fountain Cemetery, Fostoria   Lot owners are asked to remove all winter decorations from their lots before April 14th. Any remaining items, with the exception of those directly on the stone, will be disposed of by cemetery employees. Lot owners are asked to wait until April 18th before placing new Spring & Summer decorations on their lots.
 
  All Day "Not So" Extreme Make Over: Website Edition   Is your awesome business the victim of a not-so-awesome website? Go Grow Strategies is looking for people like you! Enter for the chance to win a kick butt custom website—on us! If you want to boost your business and get people talking, let us show you what we can do. How to register your business: 1. Like Go Grow Strategies on Facebook. 2. Complete the registration information at: http://contest.gogrow.us/ 3.Promote! If you are selected as a finalist, share the voting page with your Facebook friends to increase your chances! Important Details: All entries are due by 9:00 AM April 30, 2014. Go Grow Strategies will select 5 Finalists on April 30, 2014. Voting is open to Facebook users from April 30-May 14, 2014.
 
  All Day Findlay Young Professionals - Lunch & Learn   Join the Lead and Connect Committees for FYPs First Lunch and Learn on Wednesday, April 9th at 12:00pm. The topic for this luncheon will be "How to Serve on a Board and Why Its Important". There will be a panel of four quest speakers, Duane Jebbett, John Bookmeyer, Cheryl Buckland Manley and Bridgett Mundy. The goal of this event is to allow members to learn about serving on boards and the importance of it. Lunch will be provided by The Findlay Country Club and is FREE to members. Use the link under "TICKETS" to register if you are a member. If you are not a member but would like to attend please register at the link below. Your lunch will be $12.95. Members Registration: https://findlayyp.typeform.com/to/agZAba Non-Member Registration: http://mkt.com/findlay-young-professionals/lunch-and-learn
 
  10:00AM 11:00AM STUART LITTLE, Ritz, Tiffin   Grades K-5 Stuart Little tells the surprising story of a most unusual mouse who happens to be born into an ordinary New York City family. In no time at all, his life becomes a series of adventures and misadventures as he learns to survive in his supersized world of humans. Beleaguered by Snowbell, the Malevolent family cat and befriended by a beautiful bird named Margalo, Stuart's tale includes an exciting boat race in Central Park and a thrilling journey in a gasoline-powered model car to see the countryside. Along the way, he encounters a variety of colorful characters and exciting situations that test his spirit. Hopeful and determined, this well-dressed mouse discovers the true meaning of life, loyalty and friendship. The Ritz is delighted to once again welcome the Dallas Children's Theatre. Touring nationally since 1996, DCT travels coast to coast with professional large-scale productions and has been rated by TIME magazine as one of the top five theatres in the nation performing for youth. www.ritztheatre.org
 
  10:30AM 11:30AM LOW VISION SUPPORT GROUP, TIFFIN   St. Francis Home, Inc. invites visually-impaired senior adults to attend a unique support group for individuals with low vision. Meetings are held the second Tuesday of every month at 10:30am. The next gathering will be held Tuesday, April 8 from 10:30-11:30am at St. Francis Home located at 182 St. Francis Avenue in Tiffin. The topic this month is “Riding the Wave of Evolving Technology” presented by Dan Roberts. He will provide an update on exciting developments in low vision technology. The International Low Vision Support Group provides free monthly webcast presentations about eye disease and living successfully with low vision. It is hosted by MD support, a leading nonprofit organization offering information and help for people affected by macular degeneration and related eye diseases. Staff members from St. Francis Home will be on hand to facilitate the meetings. Join thousands of people around the world for the free monthly series of Internet webcasts. To reserve a seat, or for more information, please contact Jane Cook, RN-BC, Director of Nursing at (419) 447-2723.
 
  1:00PM 2:00PM STUART LITTLE, Ritz Theatre, Tiffin   Grades K-5 Stuart Little tells the surprising story of a most unusual mouse who happens to be born into an ordinary New York City family. In no time at all, his life becomes a series of adventures and misadventures as he learns to survive in his supersized world of humans. Beleaguered by Snowbell, the Malevolent family cat and befriended by a beautiful bird named Margalo, Stuart\'s tale includes an exciting boat race in Central Park and a thrilling journey in a gasoline-powered model car to see the countryside. Along the way, he encounters a variety of colorful characters and exciting situations that test his spirit. Hopeful and determined, this well-dressed mouse discovers the true meaning of life, loyalty and friendship. The Ritz is delighted to once again welcome the Dallas Children\'s Theatre. Touring nationally since 1996, DCT travels coast to coast with professional large-scale productions and has been rated by TIME magazine as one of the top five theatres in the nation performing for youth. www.ritztheatre.org
 
  4:00PM n/a HANCOCK COUNTY SAVES, FINDLAY   Hancock County Saves, coordinated by Ohio State University Extension, Hancock County, will hold its 5th Annual Meeting Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at 4:00 p.m. at the Hancock County Agriculture Service Center 7868 CR 140, Findlay. Hancock Saves is a United Way Partner Agency and exists to promote and increase savings and debt reduction to produce financial stability among individuals and families in Hancock County through education and awareness. Hancock Saves works with a broad base of community partners. Hancock County Savers, and other interested persons, are invited to attend for a presentation of 2013 Program Highlights and an election of Board Members. Light refreshments will be served. Those planning to attend should RSVP no later than April 3 online at www.hancocksaves.org or by calling (419) 422-3851. For additional information, please contact Amy Carles at Ohio State University Extension Hancock County at (419) 422-3851 or carles.6@osu.edu.
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