SEPTEMBER 2006 EVERGREEN COMMUNITY NEWS PAGE 11
to attend college to earn a Bachelor of Sci-
Ohio State Fair RICHFIELD TOWNSHIP
further discussion on the procedure for
dedicating Miller Road. Trustee Winn ex- ence in Nursing. Dani’s all-time goal is to
From page 10 live in a big city where she can work in an
TRUSTEES plained per the Ohio Attorney General the
Township has Prescriptive rights after emergency room.
SELF-DETERMINED SR. - REGULAR MEETING MINUTES
twenty-one years of maintaining the road Lydia Mohr is the daughter of Karen
Andrew Pratt-SFR, Alexander Vasko- and with the utility easements. Mr. Decker Vaculik and Dennis Mohr, Lyons. She is a 9-
July 3, 2006
CW questioned how the Township can prove year member of the Metamora Friendly 4-
SEWING FOR OTHERS – The regular meeting of the Richfield they have maintained the road for over 21 Hers. A recent graduate from Evergreen High
Lydia Simon- SFR years. Ms. Winn explained by reports of School, Lydia will be attending Eastern
Township Trustees was called to order by
SHOTGUN – Anthony repairs on Miller Road and Mr. Ronaus time Michigan University where she will major in
Donald Eisel at 7:00 p.m. at the Municipal
Jagodzinski- SFR sheets indicating snow removal, etc. Sports Medicine. Lydia is also an active mem-
Building, 3951 Washburn Road, Berkey,
Trustee Eisel explained there is a drainage ber in the Fulton County Junior Fair Board
SMALL ANIMAL – Ashlynn Ohio.
problem on Miller Road that needs to be where she serves as Secretary.
Krohn-CW, Outstanding Small Animal
addressed and the Township has no inten- Sarah Heilman is the daughter of Pam
SOYBEANS- Travis ROLL CALL:
tions of widening the road. and Brad Heilman, Delta. She is a senior at
There was discussion on the Town- Evergreen High School, participating in the
SPEAK OUT – Amanda Bet- Chairman: Donald Eisel – present
ship taking over Langenderfer Road; Post-Secondary Op Program at the Univer-
Vice-Chairman: Karen Winn - present
tinger-SFR Trustee Winn will check with the Engineers sity of Toledo. She is a 9 year 4-H member
Arthur Nevers - present
SPORTSWEAR FOR SPEC- office on the procedure. and is also a 2-year member of the Jr. Fair
TATORS- Martha Simon- SFR A letter of complaint was submitted Board. Sarah is currently a member of Goats
Also attending was Tom Laux, Greg
STAR SPANGLED FOODS – regarding drainage problems on Lathrop and “Udder” Things 4-H Club. Her projects
Bettinger, Dave Decker, Zoning Inspector
Kelly Fager-SFR Road north of Sylvania-Metamora Rd.; fur- this year include goats, chickens, rabbits, and
ther requesting the Trustees to look into. dogs. After graduation, she plans on pursu-
STAYING HEALTHY- Kris-
Trustee Eisel has left a message with the ing a career in the medical field.
ten O’Neil- SFR ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS:
Lucas County Engineer to examine further. Michael Roesner is the son of Michael
TUNE IT UP – Nicholas The clerk provided copies of the min-
and Sharon Roesner, Whitehouse. He re-
Erbskorn- SFR utes from the June 19, 2006 meeting, cur-
OLD BUSINESS: cently graduated from St. Francis De Sales
VEGETABLE GARDENING rent Cash Summary Report, and Pending
Trustee Nevers spoke with Lucas High School. Mike is an 8-year 4-H member
I – Samuel Riegsecker-CW, Jessica County Engineer Jeff Lohse regarding the of Goats and “Udder” Things 4-H Club. He
Sexton-CW, Gwenny Swain-CW, Ja- READING AND APPROVAL OF speed limit and load limits on Kilburn Road. is also a camp counselor for the YMCA in
cob Willson-HM Mr. Lohse informed Mr. Nevers the speed Temperance Michigan, a member of the Jun-
VEGETABLE GARDENING limit is 55 mph per the State of Ohio; further ior Fair Board, and a 4-H Teen Board mem-
Arthur Nevers made a motion to ap-
II – Michael Lumbrezer-CW stating the speed limit can only be reduced ber.
prove the June 19, 2006 minutes as cor-
by having a traffic study done to research Scott Lydon is the son of Thomas and
WARM IT UP – Levi Weber- rected. Karen Winn seconded the motion.
the speed limit. Based on the outcome of Mary Lydon, Liberty Center. He is a junior at
SFR Roll call: Eisel-yes, Nevers-yes, Winn-yes.
the study the speed limit could only be re- Liberty Center High School and an active
YOU’RE THE ATHLETE – Motion approved.
duced by 5 mph. The State of Ohio legal member of the Liberty Center FFA Chapter.
Tyler Gombash-CW, Andrea Heilman- load limits for Kilburn Rd. is 80,000 lb. Scott is a 10-year 4-H member and Vice Presi-
SFR PRESENTATION OF THE BILLS:
There was further discussion on the dent of Noah’s Ark 4-H Club.
The attached listings of warrants
YOU’RE THE CHEF – options of selling or leasing the old fire sta- Please join us on Saturday, September
(3098 - 3130) were presented for approval:
DaNelle Damman-SFR Karen Winn made a motion to ap- tion in Berkey. 2, at 4:00 p.m. at the “free” entertainment
A special meeting will be held on July stage located at the south end of the Fulton
prove payment of the attached listing of
On Saturday, July 8th, the State 19th, 2006, 7:00 p.m. at the Village Office to County Fairgrounds to see who will be
invoices and the corresponding pending
Fair Horse Qualifying Show was held discuss the old Berkey fire station. The crowned the 2006 Jr. Fair Queen and King.
warrants. Arthur Nevers seconded the
Lucas County Prosecuting Attorney will Good luck to all the contestants.
at the Fulton County Fairgrounds. motion. Roll call: Eisel-yes, Winn-yes, Nev-
Twenty-four 4-Hers qualified to show ers-yes. Motion approved. attend. The Special Meeting notice will be
placed in the Swanton Key and at the Main-
at the Ohio State Fair with their horse.
FIRE: tenance Building.
They are as follows: Tyler Puhl, Lo-
gan Griesinger, Colin Waisner, Ashley Greg Bettinger questioned the Trust- 2006 Fulton County
ees on the difference in the volunteer fire ZONING:
McGilvery, Jessica Buckenmeyer,
fighters payroll hours compared to the Zoning Inspector John Hassen Cattle Feeders Beef
MaKayla Dennis, Hannah Beck, hours in the annual fire report. The Trust- turned in $475.00 in permits and fees.
Rachel Beck, Kayla Reckner, Jacob ees will have Chief Tate review and present There was further discussion on the Queen
Nofziger, Maya Tadsen, Braelyn at the next scheduled meeting. proposed zoning amendment changes for The Ohio State University Extension
Cunningham, Jessica Robbins, Kate- the grading plan requirements for residen- and the Fulton County Cattle Feeders are
lyn Brown, Abby Maier, Mikaela Oyer, NEW BUISNESS: tial lots and ponds. A public hearing will proud to announce the selection of the 2006
Ericka Priest, Kelsey LaRoy, Ashley Lucas County Department of Emer- be held on Beef Queen. Congratulations to Tiffany Lynn
gency Services requested a report of all July 10th, 2006 at 7:00: p.m. at the Bentley. Tiffany is the daughter of Tracy
LaRoy, Aileen Santry, Casie Smith,
damage to the Township from the June 21st Township Hall. and Kelly Bentley of Fayette, Ohio and is 17
Emily Schneiderbauer, Megan Morrin,
storm and flood; including public build- years old. She lives on a farm where her
and Mariah Peake. There being no further business family raises beef cattle. Tiffany is a nine year
ings, roads, bridges, sewer systems, equip-
On Tuesday, July 11th, the State Karen Winn made a motion to adjourn at member of the Franklin Blue Ribbons 4-H
ment, vehicles, etc.. Trustee Eisel will meet
Fair Dog Qualifying Show was held at with Doug Ronau to complete the forms. 8:45 p.m., which was seconded by Donald Club. She has shown calves and steers
the Fulton County Fairgrounds in the Trustee Eisel reported several resi- Eisel. Roll call: Eisel-yes, Winn-yes, Nev- throughout her 4-H years, and has won 2
Veteran’s Pavilion. Sixteen 4-Hers dents have approached him expressing in- ers-yes. Motion approved. showmanship competitions, 2 reserve grand
qualified to show at the Ohio State Fair terest in the Township buying the St. Eliza- championships and 1 grand championship.
with their dog. They are as follows: beth School, church and property. There Tiffany is employed at McDonald’s in Arch-
Erin Brandt, Megan Gorney, Sierah was discussion on the cost of repairs and bold and is currently a senior at Four County
the value of the buildings. The Trustees Career Center studying cosmetology. She
Shaffer-Joughin, Jessica Curtis, Kayla
were in agreement to consider all options. will graduate in May 2007 and further pur-
Miller, Melissa Hoen, Madeline Tho-
sue a career in cosmetology.
mas, Ben Blohm, Brittani Francis, Doug Ronau reported to Trustee Eisel
the concrete and footers on the fire siren
2006 Jr. Fair Court
Remy Cousino, Stacey Mack, Amber
Gordon, Dakota Cousino, Sarah Heil-
@ Berkey is deteriorating; the Trustees Announced
were in agreement to have a professional
man, Ariel Gordon, and Marissa look into further. The Ohio State University Extension
Office is pleased to announce the Fulton
2006 Pork Industry
For more information concerning ROADS:
the Fulton County 4-H Program’s pre- Trustee Winn reported the Lucas
County Jr. Fair Queen and King candidates
for 2006. Danielle Burkholder, Sarah Heil-
fair judging, please contact the Fulton County Engineers are working on the Right man, and Lydia Mohr are the Jr. Fair Queen
County Extension Office at 419-337- of Way plans for Miller Road. There was candidates and Michael Roesner and Scott The Ohio State University Extension
9210. Lydon are the candidates for Jr. Fair King. and the Fulton County Pork Producers are
Danielle Burkholder is the 17 year old please to announce the 2006 Pork Industry
daughter of Joe and Kim Burkholder, Arch- Queen, Amy Jo Pennington. Amy Jo is the
bold and is a senior at Archbold High daughter of Gary and Luann Pennington of
School. Dani has been in 4-H for 8 years Fayette. She will be a senior this fall at Ever-
and has shown pigs and chickens, as well green High School. Amy Jo is a 9-year mem-
as taking cooking and sewing projects. She ber of the Chesterfield Feeders 4-H Club. She
is active in the EHS Band, Choir, Drama, Na-
Pizza Pit has been the Reporter, Treasurer and Presi-
dent of her 4-H club, Countryside Clovers. tional Honor Society and Quiz Team. She is
113 Morenci St. • Lyons, Ohio Dani is also involved In FFA. where she also an active member in her church. Her fu-
Marlene Taylor Sara Tanner ture plans include majoring in Music Educa-
419/923-6880 Owner/President Payroll Clerk/Associate has served as Secretary and is currently
serving as Historian. At school Dani takes tion and becoming a marine animal trainer.
Open Sun. - Thurs 4-9 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 4-10 p.m. part in choir and track. Her future plans are