Arrowhead Park A
Volume 13, Issue 2
Photo Ops Owens cuts ribbon to open educational classrooms in Arrowhead
•Red Cross and APA Blood Drive
Maumee Mayor Tim Wagener congratulates Dee Talmage of the Owens Community College board on the opening of its branch in Arrowhead.
•June Quarterly Luncheon •New Trustees •Park News
•Welcome New Members
Adam J. Kral, of Spring Valley Associates and a trustee with the Arrowhead Park Association catches up with Jason Mason from Program Solutions Group.
L-R: Carl Dettmer, of Owens’ Workforce and Community Services, talks with Tomahawk Development’s Mark Rasmus about the new site.
March Quarterly Meeting The March meeting of the Arrowhead Park Association was a lively panel discussion of the future of health care.
Left: Tim Casey, whose firm Kuhlman Corp. hosted the event, greets George Stadtlander, from Cleveland’s Medical Mutual.
Right: On the panel were John Randolph of Paramount Health Care, George Stadtlander of Medical Mutual and Daniel Wakeman, of St. Luke’s Hospital.
Arrowhead Park Association Newsletter - Page 2
Chairman’s Message Carl Dettmer
Owens Community College Workforce & Community Services Welcome to summer in Arrowhead Park!
Though the orange barrels are still with us, progress is being made on the overpass to make our driving life smoother in the future. Speaking of construction, ODOT will attend our June quarterly representatives’ meeting to update us on the project. Did you know that Lucas County will be erecting a stoplight at Manley Road and Salisbury at the end of the ODOT construction? Just one of the interesting facts surrounding the ODOT project. Keynoting the meeting is attorney William Beach from the area law firm Robison Curphey & O’Connell. He has studied the new Health Care Reform Bill and will offer his insights on how it will effect your business. It is an important topic for all our firms and the future of their health care benefits so I hope you can attend or send a representative in your place. The breakfast event will take place at The Andersons’ headquarters building, 480 W. Dussel Drive in late
June. Watch for your invitation in the mail. The first all-Arrowhead Park/Red Cross blood drive will be Thursday, July 15. This is such a critic time for donations and that makes it the best time for us to contribute. I am an O negative so the Red Cross is quite familiar to me! I know the important role its plays in servicing 38 area hospitals. Designate someone in the office to sign up your employees and make this essential donation. The 15th annual Arrowhead Park Association Golf Outing is scheduled for Monday, August 9. This is a great event and a chance to network with members of the participating firms as well as treat your employees or customers to a day out. The outing includes lunch, a shotgun start at 1 p.m. with awards and dinner to follow. I am not a golfer but will see all of you at the dinner! Lastly, don’t forget that The Pinnacle is hosting Thursday night parties to benefit area nonprofits. Stop by to support these fine organizations. From our new member, Jim White Honda
Quality & Service
... A White Family Tradition
Mark your calendar for T h u r s d a y, J u l y 1 5 , when the Red Cross visits Arrowhead Park looking for blood! We all know the summer is a very important and essential time to give blood and the APA is stepping up to the plate to make it happen. The goal is only 40 units. We can beat that if everyone comes out and donates! The event will be held from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at 1695 Indian Wood Circle. Visit the Web site, www.redcrossblood.org to schedule your appointment, code: ArrowheadPark. While there, sign up for our many door prizes!
Whenever you do business with a company or organization it helps to know that behind the name lies a history of integrity and pride. In the White Family, a legacy of excellence has been handed down through four generations. Today our family tradition continues with grandsons Dave, Tim, and Jim Jr., and their sons leading the way. Since 1914, our family has offered you our guarantee that you’ll always receive the best in quality and service. After all we have a hundred-year-old tradition to uphold. We would like to offer a 10% discount on Service and Parts, plus employee pricing on new Hondas! This discount is for all Arrowhead Park employees and T.I.R.E.S. members. Please call for details and restrictions. 1-419-8935581.
Arrowhead Park Association Newsletter - Page 3 Biennial APA Telephone Directory published
Work has been completed on the 14th edition of the Arrowhead Park Telephone Directory. It was distributed to all park firms earlier this year. Huntington Bank, formerly Sky Bank, first began the directory as a marketing tool in the 1980s. The APA has published the last three issues. A BIG thank you to our major sponsor, Tomahawk Development, whose support allows all firms in the park to receive a copy of the booklet and to all our advertisers for their support. Additional copies are available for sale. The cost is $5 for APA members; $10 for nonmembers who are located in Arrowhead Park and $15 for nonmembers located outside the Park boundaries. Call the APA office at 419-897-6614 or email email@example.com (Sue Utterback, APA staff) to order.
Twilyte Terrace at The Pinnacle
Every Thursday night through the summer, The Pinnacle, 1772 IWC, will be hosting a patio party to raise funds for local nonprofits. There will be live music, mini dinners and other entertainment each week. The cover charge is $10, half of which goes to the charity as well as a cash bar ... a percentage that benefits the charity as well. The public is invited to these evenings that begin at 5 p.m. There is no cost to the nonprofits so it)s a BIG win-win!
ODOT Update/Health Care Reform bill interpretation planned for June quarterly
Theresa Pollick of ODOT will update members on the progress of the Dussel/Salisbury corridor construction at the next quarterly membership meeting. The event will be held at The Andersons’ corporate building, 480 West Dussel Drive in late June. Watch for your invitation arriving soon in the mail.
Also on the agenda will be Bill Beach, attorney with Robison, Curphey and O’Connell, who has studied the Health Care Reform bill and will offer his opinion on how it will affect businesses. There is no cost but reservations are required. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 419-897-6614.
15th Annual APA Golf Outing M o n d a y, A u g u s t 9 , 2 0 1 0 • Br a n d y w i n e C o u n t ry C l u b L un c h fe at u ri n g W al t C h u r c h i l l B u rg e r B ar Sh otgun sta rt 1 p. m. P o s t P l a y C o ck t a i l s / Ne t w o r k i n g /A w ar d s
New APA Trustees The board would like to
extent a warm welcome to its
newest trustees, Jim Berger of Heartland Rehab at Arrowhead and Jim McCann of UnitedHealthcare.
The Fairfield Inn is undergoing renovations and will be re-named Fairfield Inn and Suites once completed. A solar roof on a garage was approved at The Lathrop Company as a test item.
Welcome New Members
Edward Jones-Stephen Sterling
Jim White Honda UnitedHealthcare