During the month of August, we encourage you to visit our local flea and farmers markets! In the meantime, mark your calendars: the weekends of September 10 - 11 and 16 -18 are filled with great community events that will draw crowds from not only Seneca County, but also surrounding areas!
Do you know anyone who has achieved success in their professional career? Who has dedicated their time and effort to improve the quality of life for others within the community? Who has demonstrated high ethical and moral standards, and who works to help others achieve? If you know anyone who meets these criteria, we encourage you to nominate them for the Outstanding Citizenship Award, or the Women’s Career Excellence Award!
Bill Auxter, director of the Ohio Small Business Development Center at Terra State Community College, gave a talk to business owners this month about the benefits of the program and what they can do to grow.
During his presentation, Auxter explained the SBDC network, which covers 1,000 centers nationally and 40 centers in Ohio.
On July 16, 2016, the nation’s first Potato Chip Festival was held in Saratoga Springs, New York, the birthplace of potato chips. This event not only created history for the potato chip, but also for Ballreich’s Potato Chips and Snacks.
This year’s Around the Town will be held on Saturday, August 20th from 3:45 pm to 5 pm in Downtown Lot #7. This event allows incoming students from Heidelberg University and Tiffin University to become familiar with the resources that Tiffin has to offer! Restaurants, retailers, financial institutions, and non-profits are encouraged to participate. Political groups are not allowed at this event. Register here by August 12th. Please contact Deb at 419-447-4141 for more information!
Aaron Taylor, Vice President
2161 W. Market St., Tiffin, OH
Jimmy John’s is a nationally known restaurant specializing in a variety of freshly made, from-scratch sub and club sandwiches. Offering everything from the classic ham and cheese to specialty gourmet sandwiches, there is something for everyone to enjoy at Jimmy John’s! Furthermore, each franchise uses guaranteed fresh ingredients, and locally sources vegetables whenever possible. Jimmy John’s Tiffin location is projected to open in August 2016.
Seneca County Commissioners
Holly Stacy, President
111 Madison St., Tiffin, Ohio
The 32nd Educators’ Appreciation Breakfast will be held at the Camden Falls, 2460 S SR 231 on Tuesday, August 16, 2016 at 7:30 am. This welcoming breakfast will include new educators from Heidelberg University, Tiffin University, Tiffin Academy of Hair Design, North Central Ohio Educational Service Center, Bridges Community Academy, Calvert Catholic Schools, Hopewell-Loudon School, Mohawk School, New Riegel School, North Central Academy, Old Fort Schools, School of Opportunity, Sentinel Career Center, Seneca East School and Tiffin City Schools.
The Old Fort Banking Company is celebrating its 100th year as an independent community bank.
Chartered as a state banking institution, Old Fort was incorporated on July 18, 1916. Today, the bank remains a locally owned and operated financial institution. Headquartered in Tiffin, Ohio, Old Fort has assets totaling approximately $500 million. The Old Fort Banking Company remains an independent bank and operates through a community banking model that is the foundation for local decision making and provides the basis for client service that is reliable, responsive and competent.
The Ohio Small Business Development Center at Terra State Community College has funding available to provide free, one-on-one QuickBooks consulting through September 30th. If you are currently using QuickBooks and need some additional training, let them know and they will make arrangements to provide the free consulting.
The center is working with Jason Conklin, a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor, to provide this opportunity for our area small businesses. For more information about Jason, click here.
This opportunity is on a first come, first served basis so don’t delay your request.
Contact Bill Auxter, Center Director, by calling 419-559-2210 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.