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Fries cuts ribbon; first day ‘a great start’ SUSAN HARTLEY

STAFF WRITER shartley@earlybirdpaper.com

GREENVILLE – It’s official. Greenville school administrators and board members gathered Thursday morning for a ribboncutting ceremony at the city’s new K-8th grade building. Just a couple hours earlier, students successfully made their way to the first day of class following an extended winter break. “The first day is off to a great start,” said Superintendent Doug Fries, thanking building principals, volunteers and staff who were on hand to help guide students in the right

direction. Fries again thanked the Greenville community for their support. “This is an exciting day for Greenville City Schools,” Fries said, noting that the new state-of-theart facility will “enhance education” and provide “increased accessibility” for families and community members utilizing the building. The new school also includes up-to-date security and safety measures. Transportation director Andrew Grasty was pleased with how the district’s revised bus routes handled the first day transporting students to the new Ohio Street facility.

“Things went well. Big kudos to our drivers,” he said. A few students missed their bus stops due to their confusion on the new start time, Grasty said. “But everyone made it to school.” A bond issue passed in August 2013 by voters is funding the $55 million project, Fries said. An Ohio Facilities Construction Commission project, the state’s share is $20 million. Between 1,700 and 1,800 students in grades K-8 are attending the new 230,000 square-foot facility. A public open house and dedication ceremony is being planned for 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 26.

Superintendent Doug Fries, center, is surrounded by Greenville City School staff and board of education members as he cuts a Wave green ribbon, officially marking the opening of the district’s new K-8 school building. (Gaylen Blosser photo)

Darke County earns 10 Best of Ohio awards RYAN BERRY

MANAGING EDITOR editor@earlybirdpaper.com

GREENVILLE – The Best of Ohio results for 2017 are in from Ohio Magazine and Darke County has 10 events, restaurants, and historical sites chosen by readers. Many are making a return appearance on the list, but some are making the list for the first time.

The Great Darke County Fair, which starts the third Friday in August, has long been considered by local residents as the best in the state. Readers of Ohio Magazine prove what locals have known all along. The fair earned the award in the Best County Fair category. Although still fairly new compared to some festivals around the state, The Gathering at Garst has returned

Motorists will face detour on SR 571 GREENVILLE – The Darke County Engineer and Darke County Sheriff are issuing a public notice on the impending closure of State Route 571 east of Greenville. This closure will impact travel on the east side of Greenville which is an area with many manufacturing and industrial businesses. On Jan. 16, State Route 571 will be closed to thru traffic between JaysvilleSt. Johns Road and USR 36. This closure will last 60 days, or more, for the construction of a new bridge over Bridge Creek. During this closure, all trucks will be prohibited from traveling East on SR 571 from USR 36, except those trucks making deliveries or pickups to businesses accessed from SR 571, West of Jaysville-St. Johns. Westbound trucks on SR 571 coming to Greenville shall use Lansdowne Avenue and Jaysville-St. Johns Road, South of Lans-

to the list. The festival continues to grow and gets better every year, which is evident by the votes in the Best Summer Festival category. Long before any of the local businesses or sites on this “Best of” were around, a historical building on the outskirts of Greenville was milling wheat into flour. Bear’s Mill, one of only a few working mills still operating around country, earned the award for Best Historical Site. Many in Darke County still haven’t discovered the hidden treasure that is Garst Museum. The museum has excellent displays on Ft. GreeneVille, Annie Oakley, Lowell Thomas and much more. Visitors to the museum know it is a treasure and so does the rest of Ohio with the award for Best History Museum.

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STAFF WRITER shartley@earlybirdpaper.com

DARKE COUNTY – The Darke County Commissioners met in regular session Monday with their first order of business to reorganize commission leadership. Mike Rhoades will assume the role of chairman for 2017, with Mike Stegall as co-chair. Commissioners also approved appointments for commission’s administrative clerk/secretary – Robin Blinn – and assistant clerk /secretary Patty Harter. During their Wedneday, Jan. 11 meeting, commissioners “with regret” accepted the resignation of assistant clerk secretary Patty Harter, effective March 31. Harter, Cook said, had been serving the county the past 12 years Commissioners also approved their individual board representation for 2017 as follows:

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Rhoades: Darke County CIC Executive Board; 911 Advisory Board; Airport Advisory Chairman; Homeland Security /EMA & LLPC; Emergency Food & Shelter; Family & Children First Council. Stegall: Solid Waste Advisory Board; Area 7 Elected Officials Rep; Grand Lake Watershed Committee; Top of Ohio and ADA Council. Matt Aultman: DC Visitor’s Bureau, Main Street Greenville; Microfilm Board, Alternate Rep for Area 7 Elected Officials, 4-H Committee & Extension Advisory. Also Monday, business administrator John Cook gave a brief update concerning Harbor Freight’s interest in opening a Greenville location. Commissioners approved a revised letter of intent between the county and Harbor Freight, with Cook explaining he would be working with the company to conduct a walkthrough with a contractor

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have already earned the award for Best Casual Dining. Michael Anthony’s at the Inn in Versailles was recognized as the best for Fine Dining. Arcanum’s The

Old Arcanu was honored for its breakfast and the Best Breakfast Spot. The Coffee Pot in Greenville was awarded for Best Coffee Shop/Roaster.

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downe. Trucks other than those making deliveries or pickups shall not travel Jaysville-St. Johns North of Lansdowne. All trucks are specifically prohibited from using Jaysville-St. Johns between SR 571 and USR 36. Signs will be placed to guide trucks and prohibit them from certain routes. These routes will be strictly enforced by the Darke County Sheriff’s Office and drivers disobeying the routes will receive citations. The official detour for the project is via SR 721, SR 49 and USR 127/36. Please note that immediately following this project another bridge project will occur on SR 571 between Hartzell Road and Culbertson Road that will keep this route closed possibly into June 2017. Motorists are asked to plan their routes accordingly especially if you live and work in the area of the project.

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Specialty stores featuring everything from cookware to clothing and unique home improvement décor to restaurants combined with monthly activities in the downtown district made it is easy for readers to choose Greenville’s downtown as Ohio’s Best Main Street Shopping. Have you heard people complain about the dining choices in Darke County? Sometimes you don’t realize what you have because either you’ve never taken the time to visit, but others are taking notice of Darke County’s choices. Five of the 10 awards from Ohio Magazine went to a coffee shop, winery and restaurants. The Winery at Versailles earned the top award for Best Winery Tasting Room. The Merchant House only opened last year, but they

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of the former Aaron’s location on Wagner Avenue. Cook also said he was looking to having a lease with Harbor Freight within the next two weeks. Commission first announced the possibility of Harbor Freight opening in Greenville this past November. Also Wednesday, commission approved a proposal with Preferred Design LTD of Versailles to assist with proposed renovations of the former Big Lots building on Wagner Avenue. The design pro-

posal work is not to exceed $44,000 and will include measuring the building, preparing preliminary drawings for review, prepare documents for public bidding process, assist with bidding phase, attend weekly meetings, and prepare bidding documents for sanitary line relocation. Commissioners recently announced several county offices will eventually be moved to the Big Lots location, including recorder, treasurer, auditor, and engineer.

Gourmet meal from CADC GREENVILLE – Cancer Association of Darke County (CADC) is holding its annual Gourmet Dinner Raffle. You could be the winner of a gourmet dinner for eight will be prepared by a gourmet cooking team. Tickets are currently available now through Feb. 11 for $5 each or six for $25. The drawing will be held on Feb. 13. The date and loca-

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GREENVILLE POLICE BEAT

NARCAN administered to two drug users Illegal immigrant OVERDOSE On Jan. 8 an officer was called to the 100 block of East Third Street in reference to an unresponsive male. Upon arrival, the officer found the unresponsive male, identified as Aaron Sturgill, laying on the floor outside the bathroom, with a pulse but not breathing on his own. The officer began compressions. The Greenville Township Squad arrived on scene and administered NARCAN. Upon investigation, the officer located an empty capsule in the bathroom, as well as three syringes in the trash. Sturgill admitted to shooting the heroin in the bathroom, which

he mistakenly thought was meth, which he uses instead of heroin. He also admitted coming to the apartment with one syringe. He refused further treatment. Sturgill was advised of his rights and was told he needed to seek treatment for his drug addiction within 30 days. At that time, the officer will check back with Sturgill on his treatment progress. If he does not comply with treatment, he will be charged with drug paraphernalia. On Jan. 11 officers were dispatched to the 400 block of East Fourth Street in reference to a possible overdose. Upon arrival an officer observed an unrespon-

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so the officer opened the driver’s door and nudged him to get his attention. The vehicle was parked well into the roadway, about five feet from the curb, at the intersection. The officer asked Benten several times for his name and driver’s license but he was not able to function enough to remove his wallet from his pants pocket. After speaking with Benton, the officer detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from inside the vehicle. Benton was very disorientated and did not know where he was or why the police stopped him. Benton’s speech was slurred and he could not put a complete sentence together. Benton was asked to exit the vehicle and upon exiting, the officer detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage now coming from his person and discovered Benton had urinated in his pants. Benton was very unsteady on his feet and had to have officer assistance in standing upright. He refused to perform field sobriety tests, was placed under arrest and transported to the Greenville Police Department. Benton’s vehicle was pushed off the roadway onto Holly Hill Drive and secured. Upon arriving at the police department, agreed to give a sample of his breath, however Benton would not blow into the mouth piece. He was placed under an administrative license suspension and released to the custody of his mother. COUNTERFEIT BILL On Jan. 6, an officer was called to Speedway North, 201 Wagner Ave. in reference to a store employee turning in a counterfeit $20 bill. The employee stated that Speedway received the bill sometime between Nov. 30 and Dec. 25. The counterfeit bill was taken as property. WANTED PERSON On Jan. 6 an officer observed Brittany Harris walking east bound in the 300 block of Martin Street. The officer had prior knowledge of Harris having an active felony warrant for her arrest through the Adult Parole Authority. The officer made contact with Harris and the warrant was confirmed through dispatch. She was placed under arrest and transported to the Darke County Jail where she was incarcerated without bond. On Jan. 10 the defendant, Cassandra SmockRoser, turned herself into Darke County Municipal Court reference an outstanding bench warrant for failure to appear for an original charge of theft. The defendant was arrested and transported to the Mercer County Jail and released to their custody. Bond is $1,525. EARLY BIRD POLICY The Greenville Police Beat is prepared from public records available at the Greenville Police Department. Every effort is made to balance the public’s right to know with the rights of the individuals involved. Readers are encouraged to contact Greenville Police if they have information or concerns regarding these or any other incidents they see. The Early Bird notes all suspects are innocent until proven guilty and welcomes comments and concerns regarding this community service.

sentenced for local rape BY CLINTON RANDALL STAFF WRITER crandall@earlybirdpaper.com GREENVILLE – After a translator issue forced a plea hearing set for Monday to be rescheduled, 29-year-old illegal immigrant Hermelando Chacon appeared Thursday afternoon in the Darke County Common Pleas Court. Chacon entered a guilty plea to a sole count of Rape, a felony of the first degree. As part of a plea agreement with the state, Assistant Prosecutor Deborah S. Quigley dismissed several other felony sexrelated charges that appeared on the indictment. Following the plea, Judge Jonathan P. Hein immediately moved to the sentencing portion of the hearing. Judge Hein ordered Chacon spend the next five years in prison, which was the mutual agreed upon sentence

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stated in the signed plea agreement. Chacon was arrested in October 2016 following an investigation by the Greenville Police Department that he raped a female victim under the age of 13. Being an illegal immigrant into the United States, Chacon faces deportation by the U.S. Immigration Services after completing the five year prison sentence.

Ball drop in Ansonia ANSONIA – The Ansonia Athletic Boosters will be holding its second annual Ball Drop Bonanza on Feb. 11 after the boys varsity basketball game. Tickets are one for $10 or three for $25. The grand prize is $500 with a $250

and $100 second and third prizes. There will also be seven other great prizes giving entries 10 chances to win. Tickets can be purchased at any home varsity boys basketball game or by calling 337-5141.

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MURPHY – Mary Margaret Murphy, 84, of Fresno, CA, died Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016, at Golden Living Center Hillcrest in Fresno. Mary was born Feb. 12, 1932, to Elvin and Claudia (Hostetler) Murphy in Greenville and grew up in Ohio. She graduated from Greenville High School in 1949 and from Taylor University in 1954. She also took physics at Ohio State University to become a registered lab technician before moving to Arizona for 10 years and then to California. Mary earned a Master’s Degree in the History of Medicine from the University of California at San Francisco and began doctoral work at UCLA but decided it would only qualify her to be a professor and she did not want to do that. She qualified to be a member of Mensa. She was able to make technical things make sense to most people. She won an award for technical manuals she wrote for Xerox. She was one of the first people to own a personal Macintosh computer. Mary was a devoted member of Self-Realization Fellowship church. She led many meditations and was a role model for her behavior and kind manner. A sister, Susie (Jim) Oswalt of Centerburg; two brothers, Bill (Susie) Murphy of Greenville and John “Tom” (Sherry) Murphy of Mesa, AZ; a sister-in-law, Opal Murphy of Plant City, FL; a special friend, Nancy

Sanford of Canoga Park, CA; and numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, greatgreat-nieces and greatgreat-nephews survive her. Besides her parents, a brother, Jerry, preceded her in death. Serenity Funeral Services of Fresno was in charge of arrangements.

EMRICK – Richard “Dick” K. Emrick, 81, of New Madison, died Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017. A graveside Celebration of Life Service was held Saturday, Jan. 14, 2017 at Greenmound Cemetery, New Madison. REED – Mary Ann Reed, 72, of Greenville, died Saturday, Jan. 7, 2017. A Celebration of Life Service was held Saturday, Jan. 14, 2017 at Oliver Floyd Funeral Home, Greenville. Burial is in Greenville Township Memorial Gardens. BOWMAN – James Michael “Jamie” Bowman, 44, of Covington, died Friday, Jan. 6, 2017. A funeral service was held Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017 at the Stocker-Fraley Funeral Home, Bradford. Interment is at Greenville Creek Cemetery, Bradford. MANGEN – Armella E. (Knoth) Mangen, 84, of Versailles, died Sunday, Jan. 8, 2017. A Mass IN MEMORIAM

Nature did it First at DCP

GREENVILLE – Flight, nature did it first. Velcro, nature did it first. Umbrellas, nature did it first. Join Darke County Parks for a program on biomimicry on Jan. 19, 6:30 p.m., at Shawnee Prairie. Biomimicry is when you look to nature for inspiration and innovation for your own tools, buildings and even art. The adaptations of plants and animals have long been the catalyst for a countless number of human inventions. Spend an evening discovering the items you use every day and how nature did it first and, most likely, better. Remember to call the Nature Center for more information or to register for this free program at (937) 548-0165.

CAP closed for MLK Day

GREENVILLE – Community Action Partnership will be closed on Jan. 16 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. They will reopen for regular hours on Jan. 17 at 8 a.m.

of Christian Burial was held Friday, Jan. 13, 2017 at Holy Family Catholic Church, Frenchtown. Burial is in the Holy Family Church Cemetery, Frenchtown.

ERISMAN – Douglas A. Erisman, 64, Greenville, died Saturday, Jan. 7, 2017. A service was held Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017 at Zechar Bailey Funeral Home, Greenville. Burial is in the Stelvideo Cemetery, Darke County. STAHL – Lisa Marie (Pace) Stahl, 37, of Greenville, died Monday, Jan. 9, 2017. Memorial services were held Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017 at the Faith Baptist Church, Greenville. PRICE – Georganna Price, 84, of Pitsburg, died Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017. Funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 16 at the Kreitzer Funeral Home, 204 N. Main St., Arcanum, with burial to follow in Newcomer Cemetery. Visitation will be held at the funeral home 2-5 p.m. Sunday. PHILLIPS – Timothy “Timmy” Allen Phillips, 28, of Bradford, died Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017. A Celebration of Life Service was held Saturday, Jan. 14, 2017 at the Bradford Community Club. BRIGHT – Wanda Bright, 91, of Greenville, died Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017. Funeral Services will be held 3 p.m. Monday, Jan. 16, 2017 at Castine Church of the Brethren. Burial will follow in Castine Cemetery. Visitation will be held at the church Monday from 1 p.m. until service time.

New Paris story times In Memory on Christmas of Phyllis M. Pouder May 30, 1932 thru Jan. 16, 2014. They say there is a reason They say that time will heal, But neither time nor reason Will change the way I feel. For no one knows the heartache That lies behind our smiles. No one knows how many times We have broken down and cried. We want to tell you something So there won’t be any doubt. You’re so wonderful to think of, But so hard to be without Chester, Dennis & Lee, Duane & Lynn, Steve & Deborah, family and friends

NEW PARIS – Bring the kids (11 and under) to the New Paris Library every Monday at 5 p.m. in January for story time and a craft.

Offices closed for MLK Day GREENVILLE - The Darke County offices will be closed on Jan. 16, for Martin Luther King Day.

OBITUARIES

NMVO Red Cross celebrates centennial GREENVILLE – With World War I raging overseas and events such as the Great Flood of 1913 still fresh in the memories of many in the region, leaders through Northern Miami Valley set about to find a way to protect the citizens of the area. Their solution: The establishment of American Red Cross chapters throughout the region. In 1917, Red Cross chapters came into existence in Darke, Miami, Shelby, Clark, Champaign and Logan counties, and for the last 100 years the Red Cross has been helping prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of disasters in the area. From health and safety classes to supporting members of the military, the Red Cross has helped to make our community safer and more prepared. The Red Cross is kicking off a yearlong celebration of its 100 years of serving the Northern Miami Valley. For the

IN MEMORIAM

In Memory of Phyllis Marlene Pouder, gone three years Jan. 16, 2014. I wish Heaven had a phone so I could hear your voice again. I thought of you today, but that is nothing new. I thought about you yesterday and the days before, too. I think of you in silence. I often speak your name. All I have are memories and a photo in a frame. Your memory is a keepsake from which I’ll never part. God has you in his arms and I have you in my heart. Chester, Denise & Lee, Duane & Lynn, Deborah & Steve, Sister Doris Mikesell

next 12 months, they will be commemorating the many past and present contributions of the Red Cross and amazing volunteers who have given so much of their own lives to reach out and care for others, providing warmth and comfort when hope seems to be lost. During the coming year, they will be hosting a number of special centennial events. More details on those events will be made available closer to the dates they are held. They are also offering opportunities for the entire community to celebrate the contributions the American Red Cross these past 100 years through their gifts of: * Time: Volunteers are the heart and soul of the Red Cross, helping save lives, providing lifesaving services and leadership, and helping neighbors to prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. As they celebrate 100 years, they are offering special opportunities for others to help shape the next 100 years. * Money: The mission and work of the Red Cross is as important today as it was in 1917 when they first opened their doors, and the way they fund that work is the same as well---through the generosity of the people of the community. During this milestone year, they are offering those in the community a way to have an immediate impact on the organization’s future, making sure their critical work will grow and sus-

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CHURCH & SOCIAL

Chester and Diana Burns

Burns celebrate 40th anniversary ARCANUM – On Jan. 21, Chester and Diana Burns will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary. They were married in 1977 at the Greenville Church of the Brethren by Rev. Clarence Fairbanks. It was during the mini-blizzard and fuel shortage. There was no heat in the church and some of the attendees wore their coats. Diana’s house was in Arcanum and the street was shut off by huge snow drifts. Parking was on another street and the minister’s wife fell in a snow bank on the way to the reception. It was quite a tie. The next year was the big blizzard. They have seven children, Mark Burns (Gloria), Neal Burns (Brenda),

Paula DeVone (Chris), Terry Wetzel, Rick Wetzel (deceased), Tom Wetzel (Denise), Joe Wetzel (Renate), 10 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Chester and Diana are both retired from Whirlpool and reside in rural Arcanum. They will be having a dinner with their family.

Maria Stein Shrine to host prayer service MARIA STEIN – Prayer to ask the help of Saint Dymphna, the great patron saint of mental illness and epilepsy, will take place on Jan. 22, in the Shrine Adoration Chapel at Maria Stein. The service begins at 2 p.m. It is open to all, especially those who have mental illness, doctors and nurses, and those who are concerned about and give care to those with mental illness. The service will include prayer, song, testimonials and veneration of the relic of Saint Dymphna. Refreshments and a short social period will follow. The relic chapel will be accessible. Saint Dymphna was a princess and martyr who lived in fear of her father who was an unstable man. It was by her faith and courage that she became

Dean’s List

CEDARVILLE – Leah Allread, daughter of Jeff and Stephanie Allread, a 2014 graduate of Franklin Monroe, was named to the Cedarville University Dean’s Honor List for 2016 fall semester. Allread is a senior majoring in Intercultural Studies.

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EATON – Freda Kellenbarger will turn 94 on Jan. 27. She smiles and says you are never too old to ride a Harley. Freda’s children, grandchildren and great grandchildren wish her a very happy birthday. If you would like to send her a birthday card, send to The Greenbriar, 501 W. Lexington Road, Eaton, Ohio 45320.

a saint and an intercessor for those who suffer from neurological conditions. The service will allow those with seasonal and chronical depression, Alzheimer’s disease, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease and others seeking support and spiritual strength to come and pray with and find fellowship in others who are in similar situations. Speakers at this event include Dr. Aaron Kuhn and Dr. Molly Helmlinger. Vernation of the relic of Saint Dymphna will conclude the service. The Maria Stein Shrine of the Holy Relics was established in 1846 as the Sisters of the Precious Blood original motherhouse. Mother Maria Anna Brunner founded the Sisters of the Precious Blood in 1834 in Switzerland. The congregation expanded to the United States in 1844 and eight Precious Blood Sisters began perpetual adoration at Maria Stein on Sept. 24, 1846. Father Francis de Sales Brunner, Maria Anna’s son, established 10 major Precious Blood foundations in America. The Maria Stein Shrine of the Holy Relics provides faith nourishment and spiritual renewal through opportunities for prayer and pilgrimage and inspiration from the lives of the saints. People from around the world visit the shrine to explore and enjoy this environment rich in holiness and history. The Shrine is located at 2291 St. John’s Rd. in Maria Stein. To learn more about the Maria Stein Shrine of the Holy Relics, visit www.mariasteinshrine.org.

Northmen & Cathy

Northmen & Cathy coming to local church GREENVILLE – The Northmen and Cathy will be coming to Greenville for an appearance at Triumphant Christian Center on Jan. 22, 6 p.m. Alan Godsey, his wife Cathy Godsey and singer/ comedian Brad Luzadder have been singing Southern Gospel style Christian music for over 25 years. They host The Northern Gospel Singing Convention, Annual Winter Sing-

Library film features Trouble in Paradise

Lions plan chicken BBQ BRADFORD – The Bradford Lions are having a BBQ Chicken and Pork Chop dinner on Jan. 29. All dinners are carryout and presale tickets at $7.00 each are needed. You may purchase tickets at Littman-Thomas Insurance, Bradford office, both Bradford banks, or from any Bradford Lions or Lioness members. You may also call Kathy Myers at 448-2667 or Joanne Ferree at 620-7225 by the ticket deadline purchase date of Jan. 22. Dinners consist of one half BBQ chicken or two BBQ pork chops, served with applesauce, chips, and roll with butter, prepared by Romer’s. All profits will go toward purchase of eye exams and glasses, recognition of Bradford students, and other ongoing Bradford Lions Club community projects. We appreciate your support. Dinners may be picked up on Jan. 29 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Clark’s Pizza, Bradford location. 425 Memorial Dr. Greenville, OH 45331

fest and Homecoming Anniversary Concerts as well as sponsoring several Gospel Cruises. They have had 12 top 40 singles and have appeared in concerts in 40 states including Alaska and Hawaii. Pastor Shilot and the congregation of Triumphant Christian Center invite the community to this free evening of praise and worship at 1129 South Towne Court.

GREENVILLE – Trouble in Paradise (1932) is a witty and racy pre-Code comedy that tells the story of two master con-artists (Herbert Marshall and the inimitable Miriam Hopkins) who fall in love after trying to pull cons on each other. When their money runs out, they must find a rich and gullible victim to unwittingly fund their expensive lifestyle. They target the owner of a world famous perfume line (Kay Francis), but things get complicated when Marshall’s character develops complicated feelings for his charming mark. Ernst Lubitsch made a series of excellent romantic comedies in the early 1930s. These films were marked by fast and

clever dialogue, perfect comedic timing, and suggestive themes that were quite daring for their time. When Joseph Breen took over the Hays office in 1934 and began strictly enforcing the production code that governed morality in Hollywood films, Lubitsch’s edgy style had to be curbed. These early talkie comedies show the direction Hollywood humor might have gone were it not for the Hays Code. Join them on Jan. 26, 7 p.m., at the Greenville Public Library for this hilarious and stylish movie. David Nilsen will be leading a brief discussion after the movie, and, as always, there will be free theater popcorn, candy, coffee, and Jones Soda.

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SBA disaster loans available in Ohio ATLANTA – The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced that federal Economic Injury Disaster Loans are available to small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small businesses engaged in aquaculture and private nonprofit organizations located in Ohio as a result of the drought from May 24 thru Oct. 21, 2016. This disaster declaration includes the following Ohio counties: Athens, Auglaize, Darke, Mercer, Monroe, Morgan, Noble, Shelby, Van Wert and Washington. “When the Secretary of Agriculture issues a disaster declaration to help farmers recover from damages and losses to crops, the Small Business Administration issues a declaration to eligible entities affected by the same disaster,” said Frank Skaggs, director of SBA’s Field Operations Center East in Atlanta. Under this declaration, the SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan program is available to eligible farmrelated and nonfarm-related entities that suffered financial losses as a direct result of this disaster. With the exception of aquaculture enterprises, SBA cannot provide disaster loans to agricultural producers, farmers, or ranchers. Nurseries are eligible to apply for economic injury disaster loans for losses caused by drought conditions. The loan amount can be up to $2 million with interest rates of 2.625 percent

for private nonprofit organizations and four percent for small businesses, with terms up to 30 years. The SBA determines eligibility based on the size of the applicant, type of activity and its financial resources. Loan amounts and terms are set by the SBA and are based on each applicant’s financial condition. These working capital loans may be used to pay fixed debts, payroll, accounts payable, and other bills that could have been paid had the disaster not occurred. The loans are not intended to replace lost sales or profits. Applicants may apply online using the Electronic Loan Application (ELA) via SBA’s secure website at https://disasterloan.sba. gov/ela. Disaster loan information and application forms may also be obtained by calling the SBA’s Customer Service Center at 800-6592955 (800-877-8339 for the deaf and hard-of-hearing) or by sending an email to disastercustomerservice@ sba.gov. Loan applications can be downloaded from the SBA’s website at www. sba.gov/disaster. Completed applications should be mailed to: U.S. Small Business Administration, Processing and Disbursement Center, 14925 Kingsport Road, Fort Worth, TX 76155. Completed loan applications must be returned to SBA no later than Sept. 5, 2017.

DC EMA sets Storm Spotter Training GREENVILLE – Darke County Emergency Management Agency will host an annual Storm Spotter Training on March 16, from 6:30–9 p.m. at the Shawnee Prairie Preserve, 4267 St Route 502, Greenville. To register for this class, contact Josh Haney at josh@ darkecountyema.org or (937) 548-1444. Please register by March 10. Class is limited to 50 students. The training is conducted through the National Weather Service out of Wilmington and covers thunderstorm formation, severe weather production, and features associated with severe storms. Also part of the class is tornado formation and behavior, non-threatening clues which may be mistaken for significant features, and safety when thunderstorms threaten. Details include storm ingredients, characteristics of severe storms, anatomy of a storm, supercell storms and rotation. By providing citizens with this education it allows the Weather Service to receive

first hand reports of weather conditions from wherever the spotter is located. While “storm chasing” is not advised, reporting from your home, work or car (etc.) provides valuable information directly to meteorologists making decisions on watches and warnings. With Severe Weather Awareness week coming up March 19–25, it’s a great time to think about preparing ourselves and families for the threat of severe spring/summer storms. If you do not currently own a NOAA Weather Radio consider purchasing one. These radios are programmable with voice and/alarm modes that will notify you, your family or your business of impending severe weather any time of day. If you have any questions or would like additional information about preparing yourself, your family or your business, contact the Darke County Emergency Management Agency at (937) 548-1444 or through www. darkecountyema.org.

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COLUMBUS—State Representative Stephen Huffman (R-Tipp City) was recently sworn in as a member of the Ohio House of Representatives for the 132nd General Assembly. He represents the 80th Ohio House District, which includes Miami County and portions of Darke County. “I am honored to begin my second term as representative of the 80th House District,” said Representative Huffman. “I want to thank all of my constituents in Miami and Darke counties for their ongoing support and I look forward to what we can accomplish in the 132nd General Assembly.” Representative Huffman resides in Tipp City with his wife, Kathryn, and his five children. He is the former Miami County Coroner and a practicing physician.

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VERSAILLES – The Versailles Tigers overcame a slow start while taking advantage of 36 Justin Ahrens points including his 1,000th career point to defeat the Franklin Monroe Jets 73-56. “A lot of offensive firepower out there tonight,” said Versailles Coach Travis Swank. “A lot of good things to say about FM’s program and how hard they played tonight.” “Tonight we lost but I’m going to lose with guys like that,” Jets Coach Troy Myers said. “This is a group I’ll lose with and I’m proud of them.” Junstin Ahrens, a junior has verbally committed to play basketball for The Ohio State University used back-to-back free throws with 3:39 on the fourth quarter clock giving him 1,000 career points and a standing ovation from both sides of the court before closing out the night as the game’s leading scorer with

36 points. “He deserves it,” Swank said of the standing ovation for J. Ahrens. “He’s been in the gym since he’s been out of the crib. He’s always got a ball in his hand and he works on his craft all the time. It’s a testament to his hard work and dedication to the game.” The game saw two Franklin Monroe graduates going head to head on their respective benches with Troy Myers coaching the Jets and Travis Swank coaching the Versailles Tigers. The Jets took the opening period by a 14-12 score getting six point from 6’9” Kameron Thurmond and five points from Ethan Conly.” “I don’t think the first quarter we did a real good job of matching up,” said Versailles Coach Travis Swank. “They came out fired up ready to beat us and we just kinda threw the ball around…real lazy with the ball at times. I think we are better than what we showed here tonight even though we put

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was burying a three-pointer, a basket and nailing 4-4 at the line to give the home team the 73-56 victory. “Ethan (Conely)…he’s a load,” said Myers. “I love coaching him, not just because he can score. Justin (Ahrens) had 36 tonight. I don’t know what else you can do. You can run guys at him, you can do junk defense but that kid can play. There’s a reason why he probably signed before his junior. He had a heck of a night.” “We didn’t quit match their intensity and play as good as what we are capable of,” Swank noted. “They posed some matchup problems with their size and Conley’s athleticism. We made the adjustments we needed and came out with a victory.” Justin Ahrens led Versailles and all scorers in the game with 36 points including a perfect 6-6 at the line while Ethan Conley paced the Jets with 28 points.

Justin Ahrens throws down one of his four dunks on the night for Versailles in win over Franklin Monroe (Gaylen Blosser photo)

GJHS Lady Wave record wins in new basketball court opener BY CLINTON RANDALL STAFF WRITER crandall@earlybirdpaper.com GREENVILLE – In the same day Greenville students started class at the new K-8 school facility, the Greenville 7th and 8th grade girls teams recorded victories in Thursday’s opening night of the new junior high basketball court. After playing the final games ever at the old junior high on Tuesday, and just one day of practice on the new floor, Greenville had little time to prepare as they welcomed Fairborn. Looking for their first win of the season, the 7th grade team did not want to record the first loss on the new court…and they didn’t! Holding a 19-12 lead at halftime, the girls continued to execute into the second half and got their first win by a final of 33-28. “We have had so many close games this season that just didn’t go our way in the end,” said 7th grade coach Dave Westfall. “Tonight we got our first win in the first game in the new gym…how great is that!” The 8th grade team did not fare as well in the first half…trailing Fairborn 11-8 at the break. Fortunately, the second half proved to be a much different ballgame for the young Lady Wave. Led by Abbie Yoder with 12 second half points and a big defensive effort to

Both Greenville 7th and 8th grade girls basketball teams got wins in Thursday’s opener at the new K-8 school. (Clinton Randall photo)

hold Fairborn to just two points in the third quarter, Greenville stole the lead and sealed the victory by a final score of 29-23. “It is a great feeling to be the first teams to win in our new gym,” said Yoder. GJHS 8th grade coach Jeff Martin told The Early Bird how proud he was of the team for not giving up after a dismal first half. “After a big loss on Tuesday at the old gym and only scoring eight points in the first half tonight, it would have been easy for the girls to give up…but they didn’t,” Coach Martin said. “We came out in the second half and played to win. It is great to have both teams get wins on the opening night in the new gym. They can always say they got the first wins on the floor and that is something nobody can ever take

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GEENVILLE – Greenville senior Brooke Perreira recently signed to run cross country for the Indiana University East Red Wolves . “I knew I wanted to continue to run in college,â€? Perreira said. “Running has always been a part of me. It’s something I love. It’s my passion and I knew I wouldn’t want to stop at after high school.â€? “We’re excited to have Brooke join us,â€? said IU East cross country coach Brett Crowley. “She has been a solid 21, 20 minute runner in high school and I think she has a lot of potential to go lower than that in college. She is joining a great group. We are on the rise and I think she will deďŹ nitely contribute early on.â€? Perreira, the daughter of Nic and Shawna Perreira contacted IU East cross country coach Brett Crowley to initiate a successful recruiting process. “After I decided IU East was the college academically for me, I decided I wanted to run for them,â€? noted Perreira, “so I pursued them and asked them if I could consider running

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Stephanie Lind (Greenville Cross Country Coach, Shawna Perreira (mother), Brooke Perreira, Nic Perreira (father), Brett Crowley (IU East Cross Country Coach) (Gaylen Blosser photo)

for them.â€? “She visited our school of nursing one day and we go to know each other a little bit,â€? said Crowley. “Thanks to the age of internet we did a lot of investigation. Based on what we’ve seen we feel she is an excellent ďŹ t.â€? Perreira plans to pursue a Nursing career while continuing a sport she not only has proved to be very successful with at GHS but is very passionate about. “They do have an excellent nursing program which is something I am real interested in going into and it’s also fairly close to home,â€? Perreira said. “They have a very excellent cross country program and it is something I wanted to

pursue‌had everything I wanted in a college.â€? “I think IU East is a great ďŹ t for Brooke with the nursing program and continuing her career running in college,â€? said Greenville Cross Country Coach Stephanie Lind. “She is going to be a huge asset for them. She is a really hard worker and a really great student. “ “Persistence, hard work,â€? Coach Lind said of Perreira’s successful running career. “She has been a determined athlete from the get go and I think she will do fantastic. I can’t wait to see her improve even more and grow with their program.â€?

Defense lifts Arcanum to win over Lady Roaders BY GAYLEN BLOSSER SPORTS WRITER gblosser@earlybirdpaper.com

ARCANUM – The Arcanum Lady Trojans used a Gracie Garno layup at 7:45 on the ďŹ rst quarter clock to take a 2-0 lead and never trail in defeating the visiting Bradford Lady Railroaders 53-20 in a Cross County Conference match-up. “We prepared hard for them,â€? Arcanum Coach Matt Grote stated. “The girls stepped up to the challenge.â€? “Hats off to them,â€? Bradford Coach Patrick McKee said of the Lay Trojans. “Our team was stuck in ďŹ rst, maybe second gear and they were in ďŹ fth gear all night.â€? Elle Siculan led the Lady Trojans to a 14-2 lead after one period of play drilling two three-pointers a basket and a free throw good for nine ďŹ rst quarter points. After a slow start, the Lady Railroaders’ Chelsea Gill hit a second period three-pointer and two ďŹ eld goals to lead Bradford with seven of the teams nine second quarter points only to have the Lady Trojans’ McKenzie Sharritts knock down two triples leading Arcanum to a 27-11 halftime advantage. Period No. 3 had Arcanum adding 14 points to

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McKenzie Sharritts drives to the basket for the Lady Trojans in win over Bradford (Gaylen Blosser photo)

the board while keeping the visitors scoreless in the period to lead 41-11 heading to the ďŹ nal quarter of play. “We played really well,â€? noted Grote. “We locked down defensively. We have been getting after it in practice.â€? Arcanum would take the ďŹ nal quarter 12-9 on its way to the CCC win. “They came out ready to play from the tip. They kept that same pace, that same energy and enthusiasm‌they kept it for four quarters. It was just a com-

pletely different pace than what our girls were playing at.â€? Sharritts led all scorers in the game with 11 points with eight Lady Trojans getting in the scoring column as Coach Grote used his entire team in the win. “I like when we sub,â€? Grote said. “We keep people fresh‌we play tough defense.â€?

PITSBURG – Franklin Monroe senior Bryanna Diceanu signed to play soccer for the IU East women’s soccer program. Diceanu, the daughter of Danny and Claudette Diceanu is excited to play for the Lady Red Wolves in the school’s inaugural 20172018 NAIA women’s soccer season. “I’m very excited,â€? said Diceanu. “New opportunity and I love the school.â€? Diceanu plans to further her education in the medical ďŹ eld while competing in a sport she excels at. “I’m kinda undecided now,â€? Diceanu said of her ďŹ eld of education. “I want to go into the medical ďŹ eld either Occupational Therapy or Nursing. IU East tapped Shane Meridith to serve as the ďŹ rst head coach of the women’s soccer and is excited to have a well-known soccer name join the program. “We love that,â€? Meridith said of signing “a Diceanueâ€? to the program. “I am thrilled with not only getting a great player but a great person and meeting the family. This is really a great day.â€? Meridith brings extensive college coaching experience to the new Red Wolf Program. Meridith won conference Coach of the Year honors twice during his tenure at Earlham College. Meridith served as an assistant coach for NCAA Division I programs at IUPUI, Miami University (Ohio) and the University of Iowa. “She’s a soccer junkie,â€? Meridith said of Bryanna. “She has real good pedigree with her dad playing and family playing.â€? Coach Meridith has no doubt Diceanu will be a major contributor. “She’s going to be somewhere in the attacking half, but whether that be as a target player or whether that be in the inďŹ eld,â€? noted Meridith. “Being a brand new program we’re going to have to put these pieces together‌the puzzle. The important thing is we are getting a nice piece of a puzzle here, so she’ll ďŹ t in some place. I’m conďŹ dent about that. Probably be on the front side of things‌attacking half.â€? Diceanu comes from a soccer family where her father Danny was a 1984 second team All-American soccer player for the University of Scranton, was inducted into the school’s Wall of Fame in 2004 and has twice been named D-III Coach of the Year for the state of

Bryanna Diceanu signs to play soccer for IU East. (L-R) Danny Diceanu (father), Claudette Diceanu (mother), Bryanna Diceanu and IU East Soccer Coach Shane Meridith (Gaylen Blosser photo)

Ohio in 2012 and 2014 while coaching boys soccer at FM. “Just a proud moment knowing that she is going to go on and play and that she has her heart in it,â€? said Bryanna’s father. “She’s the one deciding she wanted to do it‌not because I wanted her to.â€? “It will be fun to watch her grow and see what she can do with it and how far she will take it,â€? added Diceanu. “The most important thing is that you are able to get an education, follow your dream and pursue your desires.â€? Franklin Monroe Lady Jets soccer coach Scott Howell is pleased Diceanu will represent the Lady Jets at the next level of competition. “Just goes to show you how much heart, dedication and commitment that Bryanna had,â€? said Howell. “I’m glad that she is getting a go play. It’s a dream. It will help our program. These girls see that and hopefully

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Kora Kerns recognized for influence on and off the court BY CLINTON RANDALL STAFF WRITER crandall@earlybirdpaper.com

UNION CITY, Ind. – Union City senior Kora Kerns was presented with the Gary Horner Sportsmanship Award for her positive influence both on and off the court following Saturday’s Randolph County Tournament championship game. “It was a total shock and surprise, because there are so many great seniors in the county. I am honored by the award and have had great role models and mentors – Sarah Black, Geoff and Nikki Grow,” Kerns told The Early Bird. Kora was nominated for the honor by her basketball coach Sarah Black. “She doesn’t know how to give anything, but 110 percent in everything she does,” Black said about Kerns. “She is never the

player you wish you could get more out of…but the player you wish you had more of.” “She is not afraid to be a positive role model who stands up and leads people in a positive direction,” Black added. “Kora’s actions on the basketball court speak for themselves, but she does so much more outside of this arena to make a positive impact on others.” Beyond basketball, Kora has participated in multiple sports at Union City Jr/Sr High and currently holds an impressive academic 3.77 GPA. Additionally, she dedicates her time to volunteer at community and church dinners, outreach programs and each year volunteers time to go on a mission trip with Wesley United Methodist Church. Kora’s relationship with

GCS receives state auditor award

COLUMBUS – A recent financial audit of the Greenville City School District by Auditor of State Dave Yost’s office has returned a clean audit report. The school district’s excellent record keeping has qualified it for the Auditor of State Award with Distinction. “We’ve had a qualifying audit for every year since 2001,” said school treasurer Carla Surber. “We’ve got a lot of good people who follow the rules.” During their Thursday, Jan. 12 board of education meeting, board member Fred Matix and board president Jim Sommer praised Surber and other school administrators for the accomplishment announced by Yost’s office. “Every year for 16 years,” Matix said about the district’s clean audits. Surber again praised her staff. “We’ve been very fortunate. It’s a tribute to the people who work here,” she said. In a press release from the state auditor’s office, Yost said: “While a school district’s primary concern is its students, it must also remain accountable to taxpayers. Accurate record keeping is clearly a priority for the Greenville City School District, and I am proud to present this award to the district.” The Auditor of State Award with Distinction is presented to local govern-

GREENVILLE – A local man was placed on probation after serving 166 days in jail for setting several fires in the Greenville area in July. Tyelor Jamal HenryDever, 21, of Greenville appeared for sentencing Monday afternoon in the Darke County Common Pleas Court. After being indicted on several felonies, he previously entered a guilty plea to a sole count of Arson, a felony of the fourth degree. Henry-Dever was charged after an incident on July 27, 2016 in which he is said to have be responsible to setting several fires in and around Greenville. The fires included fire damage to a porch at two mobile homes at the Sherwood Forest trailer park. He is said to also be responsible for fire damage to a vehicle at a home on Fort Jefferson Ave.

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Kora Kerns (left center) with her sister and parents, along with Linda Horner (right center) and the Horner family. (Clinton Randall photo)

Randolph County school administrators and is presented to the most deserving nominee.

God carries onto the basketball court. She initiated and leads a prayer circle following each of the Lady Indians’ games in which their opponents are always invited to join – and usually always do. “My pastor challenged me to start the prayer circles. Many times I was hesitant, but the unity of the teams coming together has been worth it,” Kerns said. “I want to thank the Gary Horner family for supporting the community and athletes,” Kora concluded. Gary Horner was a long-time head coach for the Winchester girls basketball program that made a positive impact on everyone around him. Each year the award is voted on by

Theft in Office, a felony of the fourth degree. Normally a felony of the fifth degree, the charge is more severe due to the total amount being more than $7,500. She was granted an own recognizance bond (OR) and is expected to appear for a pre-trial hearing on Feb. 6 at 10:45 a.m. If convicted as charged, Lacey faces up to 18 months in prison and a $5,000 – in addition to any restitution ordered by the judge. The case is being handled by Darke County Prosecuting Attorney Kelly Ormsby for the state and David A. Rohrer will represent Lacey for the defense.

GREENVILLE – After working with the Village of New Madison for five years, Wanda L. Lacey has been indicted by a grand jury for allegedly stealing thousands of dollars from the Darke County community. Lacey, age 41, reportedly held several titles while working with the village from 2010 to 2015. According to the indictment, she is accused of taking over $21,500 during that time. On Monday, Lacey appeared in the Darke County Common Pleas Court to be arraigned on one count of

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Local man gets probation for setting Greenville fires BY CLINTON RANDALL STAFF WRITER crandall@earlybirdpaper.com

Lacey accused of stealing thousands

Both parties agreed that there may be a mental health issue that will need to be dealt with for the defendant. “Do you know why you did what you did,” asked Judge Jonathan P. Hein at Monday’s sentencing. “It is easy to do the right thing while you are in jail. I think you are smart, but you need to learn to control your emotions.” Henry-Dever told the court he has plans of returning to college and does not object to a mental health evaluation and possible treatment. After already serving 166 days in jail, Judge Hein ordered he be placed on intensive supervised probation (ISP) for up to 60 months. Henry-Dever is also required to complete 75 hours of community service and comply with arson registration requirements. If he fails to comply, he could face 14 months in prison.

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Arcanum will hold athletic HOF induction ARCANUM â&#x20AC;&#x201C; On Jan. 21, three new members will be inducted into the Arcanum Athletic Hall of Fame. Brenda (Denlinger) Doehrel, Class of 2006, Rex Karns, Class of 1956, and Brooke (Strayer) Hoying, Class of 2006, are this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s honorees. Brenda (Denlinger) Doehrel was highly involved in both academics and athletics during her time at Arcanum High School. She received 12 varsity letters playing volleyball, basketball, and softball. She also actively participated in band throughout high school. During her athletic career at Arcanum, she was nominated as the 2005 Cross-County Conference Softball Player of the Year, was named to the 2006 Volleyball All District and All Cross County conference teams, and received the 2005 YMCA Junior Athlete Award. Brenda graduated in the top ten of her class and currently holds the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Career Blocksâ&#x20AC;? record in volleyball. After high school, she went to college at Capital University where she played volleyball and graduated cum laude with degrees in accounting and ďŹ nancial economics. Brenda is married to Grant Doehrel

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Naturally Fit with Darke County Parks GREENVILLE â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Darke County Parks is hosting a series of ďŹ tness programs called Naturally Fit occurring the third Monday of every month. Everyone wants to lead healthier lives and spend more time outdoors. However, workout machines arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t always environmentally friendly, gyms arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t very exciting, and the cold winter weather makes it even less appealing. Besides, sometimes life just gets in the way. Use these programs as an â&#x20AC;&#x153;excuseâ&#x20AC;? to schedule time outside and get moving. Each of these programs focuses more on ďŹ tness than nature, with everyone moving at their

own pace, whether thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s one loop or ten. The January program will take place Jan. 16 at 4 p.m. at Tecumseh Point in Greenville. This short loop near scenic Greenville Creek will make those last 1,000 steps of the day easy to ďŹ nish. The park is located on the south west side of the Greenville Creek Bridge on north Broadway in Greenville. Meet there, and donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t forget to bring a water bottle. The brisk winter air will do your lungs (and the rest of your body) some good. For questions or weather updates, call the Nature Center at 548-0165.

CT students earn ďŹ fth place in real-world challenge BY SUSAN HARTLEY STAFF WRITER shartley@earlybirdpaper.com GREENVILLE â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Three senior computer technology students in Nathan Sharpâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s class at Greenville Career Tech Center have earned ďŹ fth place in the Deloitte Virtual Team Challenge. The challenge â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a free, real-time, 3D, multi-user online business simulation centered on a real-life problem â&#x20AC;&#x201C; this time an oil spill - offers teams of up to four students a chance to use a variety of skills to problem solve. Students in 23 countries participated in the fall 2016 challenge, Sharp said. The three Greenville

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teammates who came just points away from being in the Top 3 are Ryver Lewis, James Graves and CeeJay Miltenberger. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I learned good ways to conduct business and how to collaborate with my peers,â&#x20AC;? Miltenberger said of his experience playing the game, which takes about three weeks to complete. The challenge, hosted by Deloitte Management Consulting takes place twice during the school year. The program offers students an opportunity to learn real-life work skills. Each team player is assigned a â&#x20AC;&#x153;roleâ&#x20AC;? with speciďŹ c job duties to perform in order to help solve the problem at hand. Each role is central to the teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s success and can either contribute or detract from the team score. The four roles include: Fast Tracker: Responsible for Support Services including decisions about hiring emergency services and logistics vendors to make sure the cleanup runs smoothly. Smooth Operator: Responsible for Media and Volunteer Management including decisions about hiring a public relations ďŹ rm and a spokesperson for the cleanup so that support-donations from the public adequately fund the cleanup.

Senior students in Greenvilleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Computer Technology class recently completed an on-line real-time challenge, sponsored by Deloitte Management Consulting. One team of three students earned ďŹ fth place. (Susan Hartley photo)

Grime Stopper: Responsible for the physical aspects of the environmental cleanup including hiring oil spill containment, recovery and disposal vendors. If the cleanup is environmentally effective, New City will be saved and the team will receive the most support-donations from the public. Green Machine: Responsible for crisis administration including hiring vendors to write the disaster assessment document and handle legal and compliance issues. The top three placing teams actually earn money, Sharp said, for themselves, as well as their school. Also, a donation is made to their local United

Way. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pretty awesome that they placedâ&#x20AC;? ďŹ fth, said Sharp. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They were shocked when they learned they were just short of the Top 3 and said â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;we should have done this, should have done that.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;? All nine seniors in Sharpâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s class participated by working in teams of three. The other two teams included Trevor Brumbaugh, Jarret Watson and Dylan Hosbrook, who placed 26th and Braxton Sandlin, Tyler Carter and Liam Williams-Henninger, who placed 127th. There were 306 teams from around the United States participating in the SPILL challenge.

Fish Choice Pantry gives tax ďŹ ling help GREENVILLE â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Fish Choice Pantry is one of 43 organizations across Ohio that will receive funding to support the expansion of their free tax ďŹ ling services through The Ohio BeneďŹ t Bankâ&#x201E;˘. The Ohio BeneďŹ t Bank (OBBâ&#x201E;˘) is a program of the Ohio Association of Foodbanks that provides free help with federal, state and school district tax ďŹ ling to nearly 30,000 Ohio households each year. Fish Choice Pantry will be providing free tax completion services to the Darke County community by appointment, by providing weekday, evening and Saturday appointments. The OBB is made up of a network of more than 1,000 community and faith-based organizations that connect Ohioans with more than 20 work support programs and tax credits, including the Earned Income Tax Credit and child tax credits, through one streamlined online service called The BeneďŹ t BankÂŽ. Ohioans can visit sites like [name of organization] to ďŹ le their taxes for free with a trained counselor, or they can ďŹ le on their own at www.ohiobeneďŹ ts.org. Most households using the married ďŹ ling jointly sta-

tus with incomes less than $95,000 and most households using other ďŹ ling statuses with incomes less than $65,000 are eligible to ďŹ le their federal, state and school district taxes for free with the OBB. In 2016, The Fish Choice Pantry served 342 residents of Darke and surrounding Counties. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This year, we hope to serve even more residents and help them keep the full tax refunds theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve earned,â&#x20AC;?

said Fish Director Kristy Cutarelli. Residents interested in making an appointment to have their taxes ďŹ led through the OBB can call 937-547-9730. Appointments are available weekdays, evenings, or at one of their Saturday tax clinics. Community members interested in volunteering as OBB counselors are welcome to call Kristy or Laura at 937-547-9730 for more information.

Project FeederWatch ongoing at DCP GREENVILLE â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Calling all birders. Join Darke County Park District, and participate in Project FeederWatch, every Tuesday and Wednesday from 9:30-11:30 a.m. This is a unique citizen science program organized by Cornell University which studies winter bird populations. Observations from here in Darke County may be used in scientiďŹ c journals and shared with ornithologists and bird lovers nationwide. No matter your birding level, beginner or expert, they need your help. Bird watchers will gather inside the Nature Center

at Shawnee Prairie Preserve (4267 St. Rt. 502 West) and count the birds that visit the bird-feeding station. Drop in anytime on Tuesday or Wednesday from 9:30-11:30 a.m. to help with the project. There will be warm drinks available for those enjoying nature from the comfort of an armchair on a cold winterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s day. For more information on Project FeederWatch or if you have questions about any of the many other programs offered by the Darke County Park District, call the Nature Center at (937) 548-0165.


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Prom Dress Exchange set for February 5

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VERSAILLES â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Versailles Music Boosters will holding a Prom and Homecoming Dress Exchange on Feb. 5, 1-3 p.m., in the Versailles High School Cafetorium (please enter door 19 off State Route 185).

The sale is cash only and admission to shop is free. This event is open to the public. Persons want to sell dresses should drop dress off from 11-12:30 p.m. There is a fee of $7 per dress and

$3 per accessory or shoes. Pick up of unsold items will take place from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Any items not picked up will be donated. For more information, contact Kelley McGlinch at (937) 423-8802.

NEW MADISON â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Phyllis Cole Dubbs Library Service Award recipient for 2016, Marilyn J. Fritz, was honored at the Friends of New Madison Public Library Open House in December.

Marilyn currently serves as the NMPL Genealogy Volunteer and is an active member of the Friends group. Her volunteer service was honored in the name of Phyllis Dubbs, past trustee, volun-

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will likely lose muscle along the way. This can present all kinds of additional health problems. Add in those resistance training sessions from the beginning to help you maintain muscle mass. (Intermuscular adipose tissue and thigh muscle area dynamics during an 18-month randomized weight loss trial. Yaskolka Meir A1, Shelef I2, Schwarzfuchs D3, Gepner Y1, Tene L1, Zelicha H1, Tsaban G1, Bilitzky A1, Komy O1, Cohen N1, Bril N1, Rein M1, Serfaty D1, Kenigsbuch S1, Chassidim Y2, Zeller L2, Ceglarek U4, Stumvoll M4, BlĂźher M4, Thiery J4, Stampfer MJ5, Rudich A1, Shai I6. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2016 Aug 1;121(2):518-27. doi: 10.1152/ japplphysiol.00309.2016. Epub 2016 Jul 8. ) The above examples are just a sample of the information available about the benefits of taking care of your health. There really is no better time than the present â&#x20AC;&#x201C; whether because of a New Yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s resolution or because you have a goal for yourself at any time of the year. Be sure to check with your physician when starting a new nutrition or exercise plan and

Soda Alternative If you are trying to limit or eliminate your consumption of carbonated beverages or alcohol, here is a recipe that you might like. I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know what to call this recipe, but I use it a lot myself. Ice â&#x20AC;&#x201C; in a drinking glass Seltzer water or Club soda â&#x20AC;&#x201C; pour over the ice Add slices of freshly cut lemon and/or lime.

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The Greenville Elementary hosted a tour of its new building Tuesday, Jan. 10. (Susan Hartley photo)

New Madison’s Kennedy Vineyards will soon be adding craft beers under the name Big Rack Brewery.

Craft beer coming to Darke County SUSAN HARTLEY

STAFF WRITER shartley@earlybirdpaper.com

NEW MADISON – John and Louisa Kennedy are expanding their business to bring Darke County its first brewery. Kennedy Vineyards, located at 3911 State Route 722, New Madison, will be introducing four craft beers to their already popular wine list “Big Rack Brewery will be doing business under Kennedy Vineyards,” said Louisa. “We’ll offer four craft beers. Oatmeal stout will be our staple beer. We’ll have one seasonal beer and the other two will fluctuate.” The dark oatmeal stout has proved to be popular with Moeller Brewery in Maria Stein, Louisa said, explaining its brewer will be assisting her husband with the process of making the selection for Big Rack Brewery. The Big Rack Brewery name has already been approved by the state, Louisa said. “We’re waiting on our beer license.” Some brewing equipment has already come in, Louisa said. “We’ll do everything at the winery, brew and serve the beers there.” The Kennedy’s plan to purchase their beer-making supplies from local

Ohio growers. They won’t be growing their own hops for now, for example, but do plan on expanding their vineyard. “Our main focus for the property is the vineyard,” Louisa said. “We plan to plant a couple more acres of vines.” The idea to add craft beers to their menu came about, Louise explained, when asked by customers and those attending events at the winery asked if they served beer. “Wineries in Ohio are growing, and brew pubs are really growing. We’ve had weddings at the winery and have had people asking for beer. This spurred us to include beer. We’ll be the first brewery in Darke County. We want to meet the needs of our customers.” Although wines take up to six months to process from beginning to end, it only takes about 30 days to brew a beer, Louisa said. If all goes well, customers will be able to taste a couple Big Rack beers during the winery’s June 3 Wine and Swine Hog Roast. Tickets for the event are $25 and include dinner and a bottle of wine. The Kennedy’s are working with Food Adventures of Dayton to provide dinner items. For more information, visit Kennedy Vineyards on Facebook.

Sommer to serve as board president SUSAN HARTLEY

STAFF WRITER shartley@earlybirdpaper.com

GREENVILLE – Greenville Board of Education named a new president for 2017 during their reorganizational meeting Thursday. Jim Sommer was unanimously elected president, with Brad Gettinger as vice president. During their regular monthly meeting held following the reorganization, the board approved Mote & Associates as criteria engineer for the upcoming Harmon Field track project. The board also approved Alt & Witzig Engineering Inc. for the Harmon Field soil boring. The board also agreed to meet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 19, to conduct a work session about the proposed Harmon Field. In other business, the board  Approved the purchase of two 82-passenger

Students get sneak peek at new school SUSAN HARTLEY

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GREENVILLE – There were plenty of “oohs” and “ahs” as students and their families toured Greenville’s brand new K-8th grade building earlier this week. “I think it looks like a maze,” said seventh-grade cheerleader Rileigh Swisshelm, who also was impressed – as were many others – with the school’s new gyms. Kaijsa Maxwell, a seventh-grade basketball player, agreed saying she was impressed by “how big the gym was.” Mom Jill Swhisshelm is excited about sending her children to their new school. Swisshelm open enrolls four children to Greenville from Bradford. “I think it’s amazing,” she said Monday during the 5-8th grade open house. “It’s good for the community. And I like it that they (four children) are all in the same building.” Over in Tiffany Oswalt’s Life Skills classroom, several fifth and sixth grade students and their parents were eager to see each other, as well as all the brand new appliances, including a washer and dryer and complete kitchen that will benefit the multiple disabled students. “We’re very excited about our new building,”

Oswalt said. Life Skills classrooms with their own bathroom facilities also are located on the elementary side of the new school. Teacher Jaime Stocksdale was eager to start using all the new appliances to teach her eight MD students in grades K-2, explaining how she was using a simple convection oven to teach baking skills at Woodland. Her students also take a swim class each week and will now be able to learn laundry skills by washing their swimwear in their new washer and dryer. “This facility gives us the opportunity to capitalize on teaching these important life skills,” she said. Eighth-grader Harley West – an aspiring surgeon – was looking up where all her classrooms were located with her grandmother, Annie Murphy. “It’s a lot better than the other schools and I’m looking forward to coming here,” West said. “There’s more space in the hallways and the gym is bigger than the old junior high.” Murphy said she thinks Greenville’s new school “is awesome. It’s so fresh and new. I think it’s going to be good for the students. It’s a new start and new beginning for the kids.” Art teacher Nicole Hawk was greeting students in one of the school’s up-todate art rooms.

“I think it’s very exciting,” she said of the move from the older school buildings. “Students should be proud of their environment and do their best.” In the hall outside the art rooms, magnetic walls will offer spaces for student art work to be featured, Hawk said, noting that teachers were already planning ways to keep it “nice and full” and will rotate the artwork on a regular basis. Paraprofessional Kathy Brinkman, who assists students with math and language arts as well as special needs, said she “liked the pod idea. Kids will get to stay in the same area” for learning. Elementary students and families were invited to tour during an open house on Tuesday. Kindergarten teacher Mary Mclear said she’d “seen some very big smiles” on her students’ faces Tuesday when they came to check out their new digs. “We talked about the move,” Mclear said, before the long Christmas break. “They wanted to be sure we were going to take their classroom supplies with us. One student even asked if we were going to take Mrs. (Jody) Harter (principal).” The kindergarten rooms are all in one hallway, each sporting its own bathroom and drinking fountain. Teachers also will be wearing voice enhancement devices, explained kinder-

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UNION CITY, Ind. – When recently assigned a ’20-percent project’ by his science teacher Mr. Lehman, Union City 8th grader Hunter Reagan wanted to make it special. Reagan, a baseball allstar himself, wanted to do something to honor the memory of a fallen friend – Dylan Williams – who tragically lost his life after being struck by a ball during all-star practice in July 2013. “Dylan’s death was a very emotional moment for me,” Hunter said. “He was a friend of mine and we both loved baseball.” Hunter came up with an idea to create a peel-andstick decal that honors the memory of his friend Dylan that he can sell and raise money for his memorial foundation. With the help of his parents, Hunter contacted Wintrow Signs in Greenville to get the project started. Joe and Laura Wintrow

not only were eager to help out, but Laura let Hunter come in and she helped him develop and print out the decals right there in their shop. When it was all said and done, Hunter left with many decals ready to sell in which Wintrow Signs donated not only time, but all the material included. Reagan of course hopes for an ‘A’ on the project, but more importantly he is raising money to benefit a life-saving organization. The Dylan Williams Forever an All-Star Foundation uses donations to purchase and donate AED devices to area schools and youth and high school sports venues in case of an emergency – like one that took Dylan at such a young age. “An AED is important so there are less accidents like what happened to my friend Dylan,” noted Hunter. Hunter is selling the decals for $8 each…until they are gone. Anyone that would like to purchase one or more can contact Scott and Rhonda Reagan

Union City 8th grader Hunter Reagan holds up memorial decals he created for science project and fundraiser. (Clinton Randall photo)

(Hunter’s parents) at 937564-1125. The Dylan Williams Forever an All-Star Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization and any donations can be made to Citizens State Bank c/o Dylan Williams Forever An All

Star, P.O. Box 427, Union City, Ind. 47390. To learn more about the foundation, like their page on Facebook at https://www. facebook.com/pages/ Dylan-Williams- Foreveran-All-Star-Foundation/ 681507055220520.

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garten teacher Megan Delk, which will help all students hear what’s being said, no matter where they are in the classroom. Kindergartner Sage Jones said she liked her new school because “there’s a bathroom in my room.” And Bella Enicks, a firstgrader, was very happy with the new school’s media center. “I like learning new things,” she said, noting that her favorite part of the school day was the library. A popular stop for elementary students and their families touring the building on Tuesday were the extended learning areas, which feature colorful tables and seating options. These areas, Superintendent Doug Fries said, will be helpful when teachers want to team teach or have an activity for a grade level. Classroom walls open up to the extended learning area to offer that option. Fries again wanted to thank the community for the opportunity to build the K-8 building. “The community can be pleased with what they’ve provided us,” he said. “We really appreciate the turnout” at the two tour dates. “Every remark has been positive.” School began Thursday, Jan. 12 for Greenville students. The community is invited to attend an open house and dedication ceremony at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 26.

UC student’s class project honors friend CLINTON RANDALL

school buses for a total cost of $184,214 and one 82passenger handicap accessible school bus for a cost of $105,890. All three buses will be purchased from Cardinal Bus Sales and Service.  Approved the purchase of a John Deere T-Series Gator Utility vehicle for the new K-8 building. The Gator will be purchased from the lowest bidder, Koenig for $17,074.79.  Approved a storage building for the K-8 building at the recommendation of Garmann Miller Architects and Engineers at a cost of $154,848. The building will be paid for with permanent improvement funds. In his report, Superintendent Doug Fries reminded the board about the upcoming auctions of the contents of the East and South school buildings. East’s auction will be held Jan. 28, with the South auction set for Feb. 25. Midwest Auctioneers & Realty is handling the auctions.

Second-grader Lizzie Shaffer takes a moment to check out the new Wave tables in the new K-8th grade cafeteria. (Susan Hartley photo)

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-------------------------------------CHURCH OF CHRIST -------------------------------------Greenville Church of Christ 4599 Childrens Home Bradford Rd., Greenville, 937-548-4467

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-------------------------------------METHODIST-UNITED -------------------------------------Abbottsville United Methodist Church 3145 St. Rt. 49, Arcanum Ansonia United Methodist Church Corner of Pearl and High St., Ansonia 337-5781 EUM Church 1451 Sater Street, Greenville, OH 45331 Faith United Methodist Church 101 E. South St., Arcanum, 692-8934 First United Methodist Church 202 W 4th St. Greenville, 548-3075 Fort Jefferson United Methodist 3856 Church St., Greenville 548-4410 Gordon United Methodist Church 311 East St., Gordon, OH 937-8845129 Ithaca Grace United Methodist 750 Arcanum-Ithaca Rd 678-9062

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Darke County Center for the Arts Family Theatre Series will present Laura Ingalls Wilder on Jan. 29.

Laura Ingalls Wilder musical GREENVILLE – Darke County Center for the Arts Family Theatre Series will present Laura Ingalls Wilder on Jan. 29 at 2 p.m. at Henry St. Clair Memorial Hall, Greenville. One of the most beloved of ArtsPower National Touring Theatre’s productions, the show chronicles the exciting adventures of the Ingalls family as they travel across the prairie. “Each character in the show in their own way embodies the pioneering sense of adventure that helped make our country great,” said DCCA Artistic Director Keith Rawlins. “The plot is based on Laura’s childhood experiences, but the unique story-line explores the relationships between family members while at the same time bringing life on the prairie alive on the stage,” Mr. Rawlins stated. As those who are familiar with the books chronicling her life already know, Laura Ingalls Wilder and her family faced many challenges as they traveled across this nation’s unsettled frontier of the late 1800’s and labored to establish their home. According to Rawlins, this show features a lush musical score that captures the restlessness and excitement of those pioneer times. “ArtsPower National Touring Theatre is committed to enriching the lives of families through the performing arts; Laura Ingalls Wilder

provides a fine example of that commitment,” Mr. Rawlins concluded. DCCA’s Family Theatre Series is sponsored by Dayton Power & Light Company Foundation, Second National Bank, Greenville Federal, Greyson James Steyer Fund of the Darke County Foundation, Edison State Community College, Gordon Orthodontics, Jordan Insurance Agency, The Andersons Inc., Wayne Healthcare, and Greenville Rotary Club. The series also receives support from DCCA memberships and the Jean Louise Thieme Fund of the Darke County Foundation. The Harry D. and Esther Stephens Memorial Fund, Ketrow Foundation, and Lydia Schaurer Memorial also provide operating support for DCCA. Additionally, the Ohio Arts Council helped fund this program with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans. Tickets for Laura Ingalls Wilder are $5, and can be reserved by contacting DCCA at 937-547-0908 or dcca@centerforarts.net or purchased on-line at www. centerforarts.net. Tickets are also available at the Greenville Public Library and Readmore’s Hallmark in Greenville, as well as at Worch Memorial Public Library in Versailles.

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FOR RENT 3 BR brick home, full basement, 1 full bath, 2 half baths, appliances, a/c. No Pets. No Smoking. Located in Ithaca, Arcanum schools. $600/ mo + deposit. 417-2066 or 548-9734

COMMERCIAL SPACE for rent. Great location on E Main St, high visibility. For more details 548-5264 LAND CONTRACTS G’ville: Remodeled 3-4 BR home, 2-3 BA. $637 to $890/mo, $2K-$4K down. Garages, c/a & heat. 548-5053 benanzer.com Storage for personal & business use. Penske Truck Rentals. Call Greenville Stor & Lock. 548-1075, 5328 Michelle St $410/mo. 2 BR, 1 BA house. Off-street parking. No Smoking. No Pets. 410 E Cross St, Ansonia. 937-670-2589

Willow Place Apartments - We’re better than ever! 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths. Call 937316-8489. Equal Housing Opportunity G’ville: Very nice 2 BR duplex in country. Garage, w/d hookup, a/c. No Pets or Smoking. $485/mo. 548-5053 benanzer.com Greenville, 2 BR Apt. Water, sewer, trash removal included. All electric. No pets. Deposit required. 5485264 414 N Gray, 1 BR apt. $350 per mo + $350 Security Deposit + utilities. Washer/dryer hookup. Range & refrig. NO SMOKING & NO PETS! Not Metropolitan approved. Call 548-9940 for Rental Application Very nice 1 BR apt in Greenville park. No Pets or Smoking. $380/ mo. 548-5053

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, JANUARY 22ND 1:00-2:30 P.M. 211 WESTMINSTER DR., GREENVILLE Look no more...this is the one! 1,943 sq ft home sitting on a quiet cul-de-sac, full semi-finished basement with 2 walkout French doors. Big back yard area for pool and play area. Solid wood doors and trim compliment this home along with master suite with a Whirlpool tub and walk in closet.

First Choice Realty

The Right Choice 1400 Wagner Ave. Greenville, OH 45331

www.cbfirstchoice.com

548-5464

MARK YOUR CALENDAR! OPEN SUNDAY JANUARY 22ND 2017 6464 Country Club Dr. Greenville, OH OPEN 1 to 2:30 PM

Custom built one owner home/condo is looking for you to call it home. Built in 1985 by Tom Haworth, no expense has been spared with this property. Enjoy the spectacular golf course view from the enclosed screened porch or multi-level decking. Inside features an updated appliance packed kitchen. Great room features ceiling to floor stone gas fireplace, cathedral ceiling, with an abundance amount of natural light. Large master suite with a recently updated 21x11 on suite bathroom that features two walk in closets, soaking tub, his and her sinks, heated flooring, huge walkin shower. Guest bathroom newly updated. Partial finished walk-out basement with a kitchen area for all your entertainment needs. Three car attached heated garage. (714520) Stop in for your personal tour with REALTOR® Lisa Francis.

1307 E. Main St. Greenville, OH OPEN 2 to 4 PM

Nice 3 bedroom brick ranch close to new Greenville school, hard wood floors, 2 car attached garage, fenced in yard. Full brick home with a nice size crawl space, furnace new in 2013, roof new in 2008, may qualify for government loan. (722433) Stop in for your personal tour with REALTOR® Shirley Rasor.

GREENVILLE

FOR RENT Spacious large 1 BR w/stove, fridge, washer, dryer. 205 Wayne Ave, Greenville. No Pets. $385/mo + deposit. 937-564-5317

G’ville - Beautiful updated 3 BR, 3 BA home in nice neighborhood. 2 car garage. Central air & heat. W/d hookup. Basement. 101 Glenwood. $895/mo. 5485053 benanzer.com Great Location! Grnvl 2 BR, 1 bath apt. 1 car attached garage. $525/ mo. 548-2307 1 BR upstairs studio apt in Gnvl, no pets, no smoking, no HUD. $400 per month, includes all utilities. Deposit required. 937-417-3140 Spacious clean apt suitable for 1 person. Close to Wayne Hospital. All appliances included. Plenty of privacy. Offstreet parking. No Pets, Smoking or Metro. Low utilities. 937-548-7339 G’ville, very nice 3 BR, 1.5 ba w/fenced yard, shed. W/d hookup. Central air. $615/mo. 217 Hiddeson. 5485053 benanzer.com In Greenville, 1 bedroom upstairs. Stove, fridge, water included. Washer/dryer hookup. $425/mo + deposit. 937-547-0254 Nice 2 BR mobile home. $475/mo + deposit & utilities. No Pets. 937678-2409 In Versailles, 1 BR apt. $425/mo + deposit. No pets. No smoking. 937564-4315 2 BR downstairs apartment in Arcanum. Stove, refrig, washer & dryer provided. Water paid. $420 per month 937-760-1110 106 E 2nd St, Arcanum - 2 BR, 1.5 bath & 1 car attached garage. Double. No Pets. $550/mo + $550 deposit. $100 off 1st month’s rent. 937-545-9735 Grnvl 1 BR apt. $450/ mo + deposit & utilities. W/d hookup. NO PETS! Leave message 937-547-0536 or 937467-5333 6944 Arcanum-Bears Mill Rd. Greenville schools. 3 BR ranch w/ garage. $600 + deposit. 937-459-7377 Greenville: 1/2 double, 2 - 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, $500 deposit/ $500 a month. Call 937-5644126 Upstairs 1 Br apt. in Greenville. $425 per mo. Includes everything. Call Dave, 937621-4726

6795 E. US RT 36 $795,000. 4 beds, 5 full baths, 2 half bath, 3 car att. garage, 12,247 sq. feet on 5 acres. (602255) 420 Circle Dr. $209,000. 3 Bed, 2 bath, 2 car att. Garage, over 2000 sf of living space, sunroom, large yard. (721473) 5973 Lake Ave. NEW PRICE $159,900. 3 Bed, 2 bath, 2 car att. Garage, located in a subdivision outside of city limits, many updates, on half acre. (725634) 3797 St. Rt. 121 NEW PRICE $99,900. 4 Bed, 2 bath, 2 car det. Garage, 3rd story attic possible living area, recent updates garage, central air/furnace. (718897) 425 E. Third St. $94,900. 5 Bed, 2 bath, 1 car garage, walk up attic, unfinished basement, plenty of storage, many updates throughout home. (725937) 620 Wayne Ave. NEW LISTING $89,500. 3 Bed, 1.5 bath, 1 car garage, home has ton of character, privacy fence, deck. (727283) 1175 Main St. (Wayne Lakes) NEW LISTING $74,900. 2 Bed, 1 bath, .96 acre, backyard to Shawnee Lake, deck, storage shed. (727173) 503 E. Water St. NEW LISTING $74,500. 3 Bed, 1.5 bath, 2 car garage, large fenced in yard, covered patio. (727278) 214 Hart Ave. $69,777. 2 Bed, 1 bath, 1 car det. Garage, full basement, many updates including windows, furnace, roof. (718862) OUT OF GREENVILLE 1373 Eaton Fort Nesbit Rd. New Paris $309,900. 3 bed, 1 bath, 1 car att. Garage, 36 acres, 3 barns and many home updates. (721555) 57 E Beechwood Dayton $27,500. 3 Bed, 1 bath, det. 2 car garage, hardwood floors, unfinished basement. (723626)

3 BR half double close uptown Greenville. Washer/dryer hookup. Central air. 417-3432 2 BR, 1 bath house in Greenville w/central air, gas heat. Washer/dryer hookup. $525/mo, $525 deposit. Renter pays all utilities. No Pets. 937547-9248 Greenville - 1 & 2 BR units, Rent $350-$550 + deposit, water & trash incl. 937-548-5284 Hollansburg, 2 story, 2 car garage, 4 Br, 1 & 1/2 baths, new carpet/paint. $650 per mo./$650 deposit. 937-459-0258 REAL ESTATE Brick ranch house for sale in Union City, OH. 3 BR, 2 bath, living & family rooms, kitchen, sun-room. 2 car garage. $83,500. 937-423-7049 or 937-968-3602

REAL ESTATE LENDER ORDERED SALE! Catskill Mtn Farm Land! 39 acres$84,900 (cash price) Incredible valley views, fields, woods, spring, stonewalls! Twn rd, utilities! Terms are avail! 888-7386994 NewYorkLandandLakes.com AUTOMOTIVE 2014 Cruze $11,995. 2007 Fusion $5995. 2005 Rendezvous $4995. 2003 TrailBlazer $4995. 2001 Ranger $3995. 1999 Ranger $3495. 2003 Durango $4995. 2004 Colorado crew $6995. 2004 Expedition $5995. 2003 Silverado $7995. 2010 Avenger $7495. Buy - Sell - Trade! CountryAutoSalesGreenville. com 548-1337

Becoming a Home Owner Need Not Be Just A Dream 2&3 Bedroom Homes Available Check our our selection of FREE handyman homes. Rental Homes Available Too! Sherwood Forest Mobile Home Community 937-548-9898 www.parkbridgehomes.com

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY Jan. 15th - 1-2:30pm

115 Ruth Ave., Gettysburg...Freshly painted 3 bedroom brick ranch with many updates to include new kitchen, updated bath and a half, hot water heater, roof and more, home is move in ready!

OPEN HOUSES! Sunday, Jan. 15 – 1 – 2:30 pm 653 Vine St, Brookville MLS 725857 ***** Saturday, Jan. 21 – 1 – 2:30 pm 13 Harvest Dr, Arcanum MLS 713408 _____________________________ A NEW YEAR IN A NEW HOME! Energy Efficient 1800+ sq ft with an open floor plan! Great room & 3 BR have neutral carpeting. Both BA have ceramic tile flooring. Textured granite countertops. Walk-in pantry. MLS 713408 #4513 LOOKING FOR A PLACE FOR A SMALL BUSINESS? Commercial building in Arcanum. Great location with large parking area. MLS 703103 #4420 NICE COUNTRY LOCATION! Brick ranch offering living rm, family rm & dining rm. Large KIT with numerous cabinets & ample counter space! Vinyl replacement windows & patio door. 10x12 covered patio. Blacktop drive. MLS 725480 #4527

AUTOMOTIVE 1997 Ford Ranger V 6 Auto $1200 OBO 937548-7509 HOUSEHOLD PILLOWTOP 14 INCH THICK MATTRESS & BOX SPRINGS: FULL SET $237; QUEEN SET $259; KING SET $399. NEW IN PLASTIC WITH WARRANTY. 937-8845455 We deliver

TV shelving unit, 2 pc, 71”Hx17” Dx59”Wx24”W, lights, moveable shelves, lots of storage, great shape $75. 937-547-0691 New, warehouse liquidation, queen $169, king $219, full $139, twin $109. We deliver. Call 937884-5455 Very nice used Rainbow vacuum sweeper. Warranty. Call 548-0870 MISC. FOR SALE FIREWOOD for sale. Seasoned hardwood split. Large pickup load $110. 937-417-4402 Professional SOUND SYSTEM Rental, Sales & Installation. Free quotes to your business, church or home for sound system updates & improvements. JBL, EAW, QSC, PEAVEY, CROWN. Bach to Rock Music 547-1970, email: bachtorock@earthlink. net. Also Renting sound systems for Weddings, Graduations, Business Meetings, or any other engagements! Safe Step Walk-In Tub Alert for Seniors. Bathroom falls can be fatal. Approved by Arthritis Foundation. Therapeutic Jets. Less Than 4 Inch Step-In. Wide Door. Anti-Slip Floors. American Made. Installation Included. Call 1-800-906-3115 for $750 Off

El Camino Spirit of Giving GREENVILLE – Tina Bandedo, manager of El Camino Real, wanted to give back to her loyal customers. During December, the restaurant allowed patrons to sign up for a free gift certificate worth $25. The drawing was held last week and 10 lucky customers were drawn to win the gift certificates. Bandedo believes in giving back to her customers and the community. Go to El Camino’s Facebook page to see photos of the winners. She would like to invite everyone to stop in and check out their new menu items featuring healthy and tasty alterna-

Shown is one of the winners of an El Camino gift certificate.

tives with great flavor and less oil.

R&S Reck Mobile Home Park New Paris, Ohio

Mobile Homes for Rent Or Rent to Own Call

937-417-7111

AUGUST 14TH JOIN US OPEN HOUSE 1-2:30PM SUNDAY JANUARY 22 1-2:30 306 E MEEKER Beautiful home offering Large LR with FP and Spacious eat in Kitchen with lots of natural lighting. 3 Large bedrooms 2 full baths and a Den. Home is situated on Beautiful lot in the park. N Broadway to Garst (watch for signs) 955 WASHINGTON 3 BR 1.5 Bath Two story home that is move in ready, outdoor living spaces include covered porch and large Deck. Home has many updates and large detached garage. 1035 DONALD Pending Open House cancelled 1292 FT JEFFERSON AVE Horse farm with 44 acres, 64 X 30 Horse Barn with 6 stalls ! Large farm house with large attached to 2 car garage. Located close to Fair Ground! ( 121 South becomes Ft Jefferson Ave) 1303 Chippewa Dr. Greenville

937-547-3077

OUTSTANDING PUBLIC AUCTION

AUCTIONEERS: MIKE HAVENAR - RICK BAIR - TONY BAYMAN - RYAN HAVENAR

Saturday, January 28, 2017 9:30 A.M. LOCATION: Miami County Fairgrounds, 650 N. Co. Rd. 25A, Troy, Ohio 45373 DIRECTIONS: County Rd. 25A North of Troy. Held in the Duke Building. FAVORITE STOVE & CAST PIECES - GUNS - CROCKS - ANTIQUES - COLLECTIBLE ITEMS - TOOLS AUCTIONEER NOTE: There will be 2 rings part of the day. A large collection of many years, Come spend the day the auction way.

OWNER: LAVON FRAZIER

TERMS: Cash or Check with Proper I.D. Not Responsible for Accidents. Any Statements Made Day. of Sale Supercede Statements. Hereon.

AUCTIONEERS Mike Havenar - Rick Bair Tony Bayman - Ryan Havenar (937) 606-4743 “Have Gavel - Will Travel” www.auctionzip.com (Auctioneer #4544 & 6480)

Monthly Public Auc�on

Sunday, January 22, 2017 @ 12:00pm 5419 St. Rt. 49 South, Greenville, OH 45331 Loca�on Behind Barga Hea�ng & Air Condi�oning

LOOKING FOR A HOME READY TO MOVE INTO? This 3 bedroom, 1½ bath 2-story home is the answer! Eat-in kitchen with ceramic floor; formal dining room with hardwood floor; freshly painted interior and updated bathrooms! Detached garage has a workshop and full attic for storage or recreational use! Drive by 205 Harrison and call for your personal showing! Mid 80’s. BEAUTIFUL VIEW OF CITY PARK with this 3 bedroom ranch home at 205 Memorial Drive! Lots of updates! Heated floors (aah!); cedar closets; walk-around hallway! 1½ car attached garage. $109,000. IN UNION CITY this DUO at 543 and 545 N. Walnut can be purchased separately or together! 3 bedroom ranch home for $41,000 and one for $38,000 or both for $77,500! Excellent return on your investment! CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN this 2-story home at 407 W. Fourth Street has over 2700 sq. ft. of living area! Maintenance free exterior; 2 car detached garage. Upper 70’s. SO MUCH TO OFFER! This 3 bedroom, 2 bath brick ranch at 6163 Requarth Road has newer vinyl windows; Florida Room; 32x24 barn! $139,000. IN SOUTH END OF GREENVILLE this 2 bedroom home at 941 Harrison has newer vinyl windows; newer roof; floor coverings and wiring! Mid 60’s. JUST WEST OF GREENVILLE at 3374 St. Rt. 571 this home features a galley kitchen; fireplace in living room; pull-into garage in basement! 4+ acres M/L. $149,000. IN NEW MADISON at 108 Summit is a brick and stone ranch home ready for a new family! 2 bedrooms; 2 baths; newer vinyl flooring; newer roof. Upper 70’s.

BLUE SPRUCE REALTY 547-9770

Jim Shuttleworth Evelyn Shuttleworth Joe Shuttleworth Greg Shuttleworth Richard Edwards

www.bluesprucerealtyinc.com

Numerous Totes, Old Secretary Desk, Kindle Fire, Sleigh Bed, White Whirlpool Duet Front Load Washer w/pedestal, Black Frigidaire Glass Top Range, White Frigidaire Side by Side Refrigerator, Variety of Washers and Dryer, White Chest Freezer, White Kenmore 110 Dryer, Compact White Washer, New Twin Bed Ma�ress, Kitchen Table and Chair, Brown Micro-fiber Sec�onal, Storage Cabinets, Shelving Units, Foot Lockers, Microwaves, Sweepers, Coffee and End Tables, Rocking Chair, Black Storage Bench, Dressers, Wall Hanging Pictures, 20 in Girls Bicycle (Frozen), Electric Heaters, Oil Heaters, Radiant Heater, Older Rainbow Sweeper, Baby Swing, Baby Items, Stereo Equipment, Record Player, Records, LP’s, Casse�e Tapes, 8 Track Tapes, Large Assortment of Quilts, Boxes of Quil�ng Patches, Afghans, Crocks, Dishes, Old Apple Cider Bo�les, Assortment of Bo�les, Cast Iron Skillets, Tupperware, New Knife Sets, Large Selec�on of Board Games, Harry Po�er Hardback Books, Nora Roberts Paperback Books, Porcelain Dolls, Presser Cookers, CD’s, DVD’s, Pots and Pans, Towels, Sword Collec�on, Large Assortment of Pocket Knifes, Jewelry, Old Greenville Ohio Newspapers, Adver�sements From New Madison Ohio, Older Calendars, Corning Ware, Fireking, Pyrex Nes�ng Bowls, Milk Glass, Silverware, Razor Collec�on, Tapestries, New Twin Sheet Sets, Purses, Yards�cks, Canes, Postcards, Sewing Machine, Sewing Items, Sewing Floss, Curtains, Wheel Chair, Walker, Cra�sman Wrenches, Cra�man Tool Set, Pipe Wrenches, CB’s, Organizers, Drywall Items, Tool Bags, Tape Measures, Vice Grips, Hammers, Plyers, Ba�ery Charger, Tool Box, Jig Saw, Extension Cord, ShopVacs. S�ll Unloading The Trailers. Come Shop With Us. Terms & Condi�ons: Cash, Check w/Proper ID, Visa, Mastercard with 3% clerk fee. Brian Rismiller-Auc�oneer 937-423-2070 Please visit www.auc�onzip.com for pictures and any addi�onal lis�ngs. ID#14589 Lunch provided by “The Weiner Wagon”.

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Soybean college to be offered in Darke Co. Farm toy display duction. This workshop will feature Dr. Laura Lindsey, Soybean/Wheat Extension Specialist; Dr. Kelley Tilmon, Field Crop Extension Entomologist; Dr. Mark Loux, Research and Extension Weed Science; Greg Labarge, Agronomic Systems Field Specialist; Dr.

John Fulton, Precision Agriculture Engineer; and Dr. Anne Dorrance, Field Crop Extension Pathologist. The soybean college will be held at the Andersons Marathon Ethanol, 5728 Sebring Warner Road, Greenville. The meeting will run from 8 a.m.

GREENVILLE CITY SCHOOLS – EAST ELEMENTARY 301 E 5th St. – Greenville, OH 45331

JANUARY 28, 2017 @ 9:00 AM

Live onsite auction and live internet bidding available via www.Proxibid.com Onsite INSPECTION: Thurs., Jan. 26th from 5pm – 7pm & Fri., Jan. 27th from 9am - 5pm Approx. 1,000 lots – School Surplus & Loose Furnishings – Commercial Kitchen & Restaurant Equipment – Electronics - Wood & Metal Cabinetry This is the first of four auctions being offered to liquidate the furnishing and assets of the k-8 buildings of Greenville City Schools. Items will include: Weil McClain Model 88 commercial dual system hot water or steam boiler, new in 2014, 12 section unit; Quincy single horse climate control air compressor w/ dryer; Comm. Kitch/Rest. Equip: Traulsen SS reach-in cooler; Hobart comm.. dishwasher/ sanitizer; Manitowoc upright freezer; Glenco SS refrigerator; (4) Blodgett convection ovens; Hobart comm.. mixer & attachments; Norlake Advent SS digital control freezer; Groen tilt skillet; Garland 6 burner stove/oven; SS prep tables; Cafeteria trays; Portable reach in coolers; Retractable cafeteria tables Electronics: Smartboards; NEC Projectors; Elmo document readers; Computer monitors & towers; Notebook laptops; DVD/VCR players; Routers; Media carts; Lg. sel. of wood and metal storage & file cabinets and shelving; 100’s of Student desks & chairs; Portable & stationary work stations; 10’ Primitive harvest table; Antique book cases; Stage curtains; Teaching supplies/aids; White boards; Office equipment; Laboratory supplies/equipment; Nurse’s exam tables; Sound equipment and musical instruments; Sports and gym equipment; Basketball bank boards, rims, & nets; Wall hangings; Shop items and tools; Alum Ext. ladders; Floor stripers; Housekeeping & Janitorial aids; More information will become available including pictures and order of sale. Please check our website at www.midwest-auctioneers.com daily for updates on this auction, as well as future scheduled dates for the remaining 3 auctions. Terms: Cash, personal or business check w/ID, or mastercard and visa. There will be an additional 3% clerking fee added for credit cards.

GREENVILLE CITY SCHOOLS

Midwest

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Mike Baker, Auctioneer/Broker 220 E. 4th St., Greenville, OH • 937-548-2640 • www.midwest-auctioneers.com

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COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE JANUARY 18, 2017 AT 6:00 P.M.

234 East Main Street - Greenville, OH 45331

OPEN TODAY! Sunday, Jan. 15th, 1 to 3PM Hosted by listing agent Chris Hayes

Showings by Appointment - Disregard any and all previous asking prices This 2 story glazed brick structure built in the 1900’s offers just over 2,330 sq. ft. of Victorian finished interior featuring high ceilings, attractive woodwork throughout, original French doors, stained glass windows, 2 elegant fireplaces, & a front open stairway w/ an additional rear stairway access. The lower level includes a large foyer/waiting area, receptionist area, private office space, & half bath. On the 2nd floor, there are 3 rooms for private offices/ bedrooms, bathroom, & full kitchen w/ appliances. There is also a full finished basement w/ private office or conference rooms & an unfinished 3rd floor attic. Dual AC units, newer shingle roof & replacement windows complete this home or office with rear off street parking & both front & rear entrances. Property zoning is Downtown Enterprise & is located in a high visibility & traffic area to showcase any business. Extremely motivated sellers, come prepared to buy at your price!! Terms: A 10% Buyer’s Premium shall be applied to the final bid to establish the final contract sales price. $3000 down day of auction & the full balance is due & payable w/in 35 days of auction. Please visit our website WWW.MIDWEST-AUCTIONEERS.COM for more information and pictures. To request a bidder’s packet or schedule a showing, please call the office at 937-548-2640.

ELM STREET REALTY, OWNER

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Mike Baker, Auctioneer/Broker 220 E. 4th St., Greenville, OH • 937-548-2640 • www.midwest-auctioneers.com

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In addition to the great presentations throughout the day, participants will receive a soybean college notebook. The notebook will include the notes from all presentations from the day and the following publications: Control of Insect Pests of Field Crops; Corn, Soybean, Wheat and Alfalfa Field Guide; and Profitable Soybean Disease Management in Ohio. Pre-registration and pre-payment are required. The cost is $50 per person. Registration deadline is Feb. 1. Registration includes breakfast, lunch and materials. Make checks payable to Ohio State University Extension. A registration flyer can be downloaded at www. go. osu.edu/2017 darkesoybeancollege. For more information about the meeting, contact Custer at custer.2@ osu.edu or (937) 548-5215. For more detailed information, visit the Darke County OSU Extension website at www.darke. osu. edu, the OSU Extension Darke County Facebook page.

Latas passes Indiana Bar GREENVILLE – Darke County attorney Joseph J. Latas recently passed the Indiana Bar Exam and is now licensed to practice law in the States of Indiana and Ohio. In 2015, Latas joined the law firm of Marchal & Marchal, Ltd. after graduating from the University of Dayton School of Law where he served on the Editorial Board of the University of Dayton Law Review. Latas’ Indiana practice will expand

Joseph J. Latas

upon Marchal & Marchal, Ltd.’s existing Ohio practice with concentrations in probate, estate planning, business law and real estate law. He lives in Greenville with his wife, Amy.

AUCTIONEER DIRECTORY

Weekly Auctions now featuring audio/video bidding. Convenience fee for on-line bidders only.

(937) 316-8400 (937) 459-7686

and omelet breakfast

VERSAILLES – On Feb. 25, from 8 a.m. until noon, the Versailles FFA will be hosting the second annual Omelet Breakfast to recognize the local agriculturalist and promote the agriculture industry. There will be a free omelet breakfast for all in attendance. This breakfast is free but will require RSVP to ensure proper breakfast by Feb. 17. The breakfast will also include a farm toy show, agriculture displays to promote the industry, and farm displays created by local youth. This event will be open for all of the public to enjoy. The Versailles FFA chapter invites and encourages you to enter the farm toy display contest. This contest is free and open to all youth in Darke County. Awards and monetary prizes will be awarded for each division sponsored by the Darke County Farm Bureau. All participants will receive a small prize; however, first place in each division will receive $25, second

place $15, and third place $10. All displays, along with a tag with your name and age, must be delivered to the Versailles FFA advisor Dena Wuebker, at Versailles Schools near the Greenhouse door (door 4) from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Feb. 23. All displays will be judged prior to the breakfast and the Farm Displays will be displayed on the stage of the cafetorium. Farm displays can be torn-down and loaded out between noon and 1:30 p.m. on Feb 25. Rules and Regulations: Division I- (Youth age 5 and under)-Maximum of 28” x 28” of space provided per display and Minimum of two (2) different aspects of agriculture or agricultural related items. Division II- (Youth ages 6-10) Maximum of 28” x 28” of space provided per display and Minimum of three (3) different aspects of agriculture or agricultural related items. Division III- (Youth ages 1114)-Maximum of 30” x 30” of space

provided per display and Minimum of four (4) different aspects of agriculture or agricultural related items. Division IV- (Youth ages 15-18)-Maximum of 32” x 32” of space provided per display and Minimum of five (5) different aspects of agriculture or agricultural related items. Displays will be judged based on the following Originality- 25 points, Contents-25 points, Neatness (Display and labeling-25 points and Overall Appearance-25 points. All displays are due Feb. 23 by 6 p.m. They should be dropped off by the Ag/ greenhouse door (280 Marker Rd. - door 4 - near the performing arts entrance) from 7 a.m.-6 p.m. If this date, does not work to drop off the display, contact Mrs. Wuebker to determine an earlier date, all displays need dropped off by 6 p.m. on Feb. 23. If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Wuebker at dena.wuebker@ vtigers.org or (937) 423-2369.

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AUCTION 2 DAYS - 2 DIFFERENT LOCATIONS

FRI., JAN. 20, 2017 @ 3PM

920 Ross Road, Greenville OH 45331 Early Farm Equip – Car – Tools -Primitives: **2003 Ford Taurus SES w/ 179,768 miles** (2) Oliver gas tractors incl. model 70 & 77; John Deere GT225 garden tractor; JD Cycle bar mower; Baler; 2-bottom plow; JD Flat bed wagon; JD Roto-tiller; Wood wheel barrow; 20’ Extension ladder; Wood step ladders; Chains & come-alongs; Jacks; Hydraulic hose; Metal outdoor fun.; Numerous hand tools, shop items, and primitives: Bicycle; Milk cans; Planters; Metal wash tubs; Metal fuel cans & water cans; Old wood chairs, beds, and baby crib; Wood porch swing; Many other barn primitives, tools, and pieces.

SAT., JAN. 21, 2017 @ 9:30 AM

Darke County Fairgrounds (Youth Bldng.) 800 Sweitzer St., Greenville OH 45331 Antiques – Collectibles – Primitives – Coins - Indian Artifacts – Glassware – Vintage toys & Games Household Furnishings – Pottery – RR Lanterns – Costume Jewelry - & More! Beginning at 11:AM the following items will be sold and will ALSO be available for internet bidding via WWW.PROXIBID.COM. BOOKS-QUILTS-JEWLERY Historical & Early Books Collection - Selection of Approx 35 handmade quilts in various colors and sizes and patterns & quilting, sewing supplies, fabric. Approx. 75 Lots of vintage costume jewelry. TERMS: Apply to both days: Cash or check w/ ID, or credit cards accepted w/ an additional 3% clerking fee. No buyer’s premium or sales tax required for onsite bidders. Additional terms and conditions apply to internet Proxibidders. Please visit our website WWW.MIDWEST-AUCTIONEERS.COM for more information including complete listing and pictures.

THE ESTATE OF THELMA S. ROSS Ted Finnarn – Atty., Exec.

Probate Case# 16-1-261

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Mike Baker, Auctioneer/Broker 220 E. 4th St., Greenville, OH • 937-548-2640 • www.midwest-auctioneers.com

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until 4 p.m. with a continental breakfast and lunch provided. Workshop sponsors include the Ohio Soybean Council, Seed Consultants, Crop Production Services and Otte Ag. They’ll cover: * Market Outlook –Chad Strobel, The Anderson’s * Can You Budget a Profitable Soybean Crop – Sam Custer * Agronomic Practices that Optimize Profitability in Soybean Production-Perception vs. Reality – Dr. Laura Lindsey * Waterhemp and other Resistant Weeds in Darke County – Mark Loux * Nutrient Management for Soybeans and How do Cover Crops Fit in all of this? – Greg LaBarge * Darke County On-Farm Research Results Sam Custer * Insect Pressure on Today’s Genetics and Future Control – Dr. Kelley Tilmon * Diseases We See and Predict to Deal With in the Future – Dr. Anne Dorrance * Decision Making with High Resolution Crop Imagery – Dr. John Fulton

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GREENVILLE – OSU Extension, Darke County will be hosting the 2017 Soybean College on Feb. 7. This will be a rare opportunity where The Ohio State University will have all of its state specialists working with soybeans at one meeting focusing on soybean pro-


Reid announces DASCO partnership RICHMOND, Ind. – The New Year launches a new partnership between a family-owned home medical equipment company and Reid Health.

The partnership, DASCO Reid Home Medical Equipment, is a joint venture in which 21 Reid Health team members have become a part of the new

venture. The partnership affects the Reid Health Home Medical Equipment stores and services based in Richmond and in a store location in Greenville.

REAL ESTATE AUCTION

SAT., JANUARY 28, 2017 10:00 AM 740 BIRCHWOOD DRIVE, GREENVILLE, OHIO 45331

“DASCO has been partnering with hospitals since 1989,” said Frank Bohman, director of HME for DASCO Reid. Jason Seeley, DASCO president, said the company and Reid Health are a great match. “We are family-owned and operated, and we have found our

culture is a great match for the people and patient centered culture we see at Reid Health.” DASCO, based in Westerville, Ohio, is considered an industry leader in home medical equipment and was the winner of the HME News 2016 HME Excellence Award.

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Child Fitness Week at YMCA GREENVILLE – The week of January 16–20 the YMCA Child Development Center will be holding its first Child Fitness Week for our Preschool and Pre-K classrooms. The

YMCA is dedicated to the HEPA Initiative (Healthy Eating and Physical Activity) where they want to promote health and wellness throughout all YMCA programs. The children will be

actively participating in the following activities: Kid Zumba on Monday; Gymnastics on Tuesday; Yoga on Wednesday; Kung Fu on Thursday and Swimming on Friday.

REAL ESTATE AUCTION 154.995 ACRES FARMLAND SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 2017 1:00 PM GREENVILLE TWP. HUNTER RD., GREENVILLE, OH

Flowers make the perfect accent for wedding or festive gala. Directions: Take North Broadway to Magnolia Drive and turn RIGHT on Magnolia Drive, then take a LEFT on Elmwood Drive, then take a RIGHT on Birchwood Drive to auction site. (WATCH FOR AUCTION SIGNS) This immaculate well kept 1-Story Brick Ranch Home built in 2001 features 3 Bedrooms and 2 ½ Baths. Master Bedroom features 2 Lg. Double Closets and Full Bathroom. Formal Living Room, Family Room w/Vaulted Ceiling, Eat in Kitchen with Oak Cabinets, Dishwasher, Garbage Disposal, 30” Elec. Range, Refrigerator & Built in Microwave Oven. Large Laundry Room with ½ Bath. Furnace Room with HiEfficiency Gas Forced Air Furnace w/Central Air Cond. 2 Car Attached Garage w/Opener, 6 Panel Solid Wood Doors throughout the Home, Covered Front Entry Porch w/Decorative Concrete Floor, Rear Patio w/Vinyl Railing, setting on a Crawl Space & Nicely Landscaped. Attend Open Houses and check out this move in ready home.

Attend Open House - Inspect This Property Make Financial Arrangements Be Prepared to Buy on Auction Day Shown by appointment… Call: Kirby Lyons (937) 316-8400 Everett Hocker (937) 417-0748

Terms: $4,000.00 down on day of auction. Complete Balance Due Within 30 Days of Auction. Taxes will be figured short term pro-ration to closing. Possession at closing.

MIRIAM H. KNICK - ESTATE

Richard L. Hahn & Ronald J. Hahn – Co-Executors Margaret Hayes, Attorney. D.C. Case #: 16.1.255 For photos and additional information on this offering please visit us at www.auctionzip.com and enter User I.D. # 8673. Remember, Never, Ever a Buyers (Penalty) Premium at our Auctions *WHAT YOU BID IS WHAT YOU PAY* “We work for our sellers, appreciate our buyers, and love our profession”

Office: 937.316.8400 Cell: 937.459.7686

PUBLIC AUCTION

Gabbard gives program on Perfect Flowers

GREENVILLE – Join the Greenville Public Library on Jan. 21, 1 p.m., for a beautiful program “Perfect Flowers for Your Unforgettable Wedding” by Katie Gabbard from The Ivy League. “Whether your idea of a perfect wedding is a festive evening gala or a rustic woodland shindig, fresh flowers and embellishments are the way to express your personal style and create an event that’s completely unforgettable,” says Gabbard. Gabbard will show you how thoughtful details, creative combinations, and thrifty secrets can give you the wedding you’ve always dreamed of. This is a free tick-

eted event limited to 25 seats. Pick up your ticket at the Reference Desk on the second floor of the Library. Refreshments will be served. Gabbard had her shop in downtown Greenville since 2007. She says she first studied fine art before finding her entrepreneurial spirit and love for botanical art. “I think that my earlier focus on art has really affected the style and design of my work.” She travels extensively for her wedding work and has helped brides in Cincinnati, Kentucky, Columbus, Dayton, and everywhere in between. Please see ivyleagueflorist.com for more information.

AUCTION LOCATION: Kirby Lyons Auction Facility located at 5378 Sebring-Warner Rd., Greenville, OH. Just off S.R. 127 (By-Pass) between S.R. 49 & S.R. 36. (WATCH FOR AUCTION SIGNS) Directions to Farm: From Greenville, OH take S.R. 118 NORTH 3 Miles to Hunter Rd. Turn LEFT or WEST on Hunter Rd. Then ½ Mile. (Between S.R. 118 & S.R. 49 on Hunter Rd.) (WATCH FOR AUCTION SIGNS) Approximately 145+ Acres Tillable & 8 ½ Acres Woodland. Selling Parcel I.D. #: F24-0-212-10-00-00-40200 Contact: Kirby Lyons Auctioneers @ 937.316.8400 for complete Bidders packet information. Terms: $25,000.00 down on day of auction. Complete Balance Due Within 30 Days of Auction. Taxes will be figured short term pro-ration to closing. Possession at closing.

MIRIAM H. KNICK - ESTATE

Richard L. Hahn & Ronald J. Hahn – Co-Executors Margaret Hayes, Attorney. D.C. Case #: 16.1.255 For photos and additional information on this offering please visit us at www.auctionzip.com and enter User I.D. # 8673. Remember, Never, Ever a Buyers (Penalty) Premium at our Auctions *WHAT YOU BID IS WHAT YOU PAY* “We work for our sellers, appreciate our buyers, and love our profession”

Office: 937.316.8400 Cell: 937.459.7686

SATURDAY, JAN. 21, 2017 9:00 AM 5378 SEBRING-WARNER RD., GREENVILLE, OHIO 45331 DOORS OPEN AT 8:00AM

Directions: Approx. 30 miles NORTH of Dayton, Ohio. From the intersection of S.R. 49 and U.S. 127 Bypass, take U.S. 127 NORTH approx. ¼ mile to Sebring-Warner Rd. and turn RIGHT or EAST to auction site, just 2 buildings EAST of the “Early Bird”. (WATCH FOR AUCTION ON SALE DAY) CLOCKS Approximately 20 Wall & Mantle Clocks including: Metal Ansonia Mantle Clock; 1913 Dayton Flood Clock (Ingraham); United Mantle w/Horse; Seth Thomas Mantle; Ithaca Calendar Clock; Marble Mantle Clock “Ansonia”; Mantle Clock w/Lions Heads & Pillars; Square Coca-Cola Clock; Waterbury Mantle Clock; Regulator Wall Clock w/Pendulum & Key & many others! SHOP EQUIPMENT – WOOD WORKING – POWER & HAND TOOLS Hobart Beta-Mig 200 Wire Welder; Acetylene Torch Set w/Cart & Gauges; Buffalo 2-Ton Shop Crane; Engine Stand; Roll-A-Round Tool Box; Floor Jack; Table Top Drill Press; Craftsman Pedestal Band Saw; R.T.C. 4 Ft. Wood Lathe; B&D Radial Arm Pull Thru Saw; Craftsman 5 1/8” Joiner/Planer; 10” Master Table Saw; Craftsman Router & Table; Makita Chop Miter Saw; Wood Shaper; Moto-Band Saw Dremel; B&D Workmate Table; Material Roller; Portable Sand Blaster; Porta-Power; Elec. Cut-Off Saw; Farm Jack; Jack Stands; Cargo Bars; Bench Vise; Log Chains; Air Hoses; 220 Elec. Cord; 1300 P.S.I. Elec. Pressure Washer; Pipe Clamps; Glue Clamps; Batt. Charger; Value Spring Compressor; Halogen Light; Kennedy Machinist Tool Box; Chain Boomers; Come-A-Long; Skil 7 ¼” Circ. Saw (in case); Starretts; Gauges; Easy Outs; Sharpening Stones; Allen Wrenches; Saw & Drill Bits; Hand & Power Tools; 4 Ft. Work Bench w/Vise; Dbl. Bench Grinder; Ext. Cords; Drill Bit Sets; Wrenches; Sockets; Snap-On 150 Lb. Torque Wrench; MAC Circuit Tester; Impact Drill; Snap-On Tap & Die Set; Impact Wrench; Impact Sockets; Interstate Battery Rack; Welding Helmet; Wheel Chalks; Poulan Gas Chain Saw #2775 (in case); HomeLite & Weed Eater Gas Trimmers; sev. Spools of Wire. FURNITURE 6 Leg Oak Gate Leg Table; Oak Dresser w/Mirror; Duncan Phyfe (Cherry) 6 Leg Dining Table w/(8) Chairs & (3) Leaves; Early Oak Rocker w/Leather Cushion; Oak Wash Stand; Footed Sofa & Chair; 6 Ft. Wood & Glass Dbl. Door Display Cabinet; Glass Door Kitchen Cabinet; Maple Rocker; Lamp & End Tables; Wood Book Shelf; Early Singer & Domestic Cabinet Sewing Machines; Cherry - Executive Desk, Conference Table w/(2) Leather Chairs, (2) Book Shelves, 2 Dr. File Cabinet and 2 Dr. Locking Cabinet. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES Wood Pepsi Crate; Yard Sticks; Early Wood Stomper; Early Post Card Album; Wood Butter Paddle; sev. older Radios; Civil War Artifacts & Books; Cigar Boxes; Powder Horn; Octagon Barrel Black Powder Rifle (Wall Hanger); Lg. Box of Civil War Times Magazines; Early Flight Chart; Sinclair Adv. Brochure; Century Record Turntable; 1916 Darke Co. Real Estate Valuations; 150 Years of Greenville Progress Book; Historical Ohio Book; Various Early Greenville, Ohio Paperbacks; 1960’s – 1970’s Ohio License Plates; Early Books; 7x35 Binoculars; Early Bed Warmer; (2) Turntables; Old Comforters; Silver Pitcher, Tea Pot, Tray, C&S; Kodak #8 Movie Projector & Camera; Kodak #10 Camera; Kodak 8 MM & 16 MM Movie Splicer; Las Vegas Sin City Sign Light; Wood Wagon Hub Lamp w/Gun, Powder Horn & Horse Shoe. MISC. & HOUSEHOLD Garden Planter; (2) Gun Locks, Cleaning Kit; Live Trap; (2) Pistol Holsters; E-Scooter; Tackle Box; Coleman Propane Camp Stove; Folding Bicycles; 10’ x 10’ E-Z Up Tent; Fishing Poles; Fuel Cans; Insta Bikes; Coleman Lantern & Grill; Bissell Steam Cleaner; Sm. Gold Star Refrigerator; C.B. Radio; 60’s through 90’s Playboy & Penthouse Magazines; Charcoal Grill; Room Divider; (2) Formica Top Metal Desks; Galv. Igloo Cooler; Granite Canner; Eureka & Dirt Devil Sweeper; Kenmore Sm. Chest Freezer; Casio Keyboard; Huskee Walk Mower; Wood TV Trays; Pictures; Kitchen Ware items; Record Albums; 45’s; Blankets; Bedding; Material; (2) Ohio State Stepping Stones; Ohio State Neon Light Helmet; Ohio State Yard Stone; Ohio State Basketball Hoop Set; Ohio State Wood Plaque. GLASSWARE Currier & Ives Dishes; Misc. Carnival Glassware; (12) Duck Tumblers; Figurines; 8 Pl. Providence Stone Ware; Misc. Shawnee Pottery; Floral Deep Bowls; Christmas Houses & Ornaments; Press Glass items; Lighthouse Lamps; Fenton Hen on Nest; Chicken & Rooster Figurines.

CONNIE & THE LATE BILL SEWELL & OTHERS

• ALL items must be paid for the day of auction. • ALL items are sold as is. • We must collect sales tax. • TERMS: Cash or Good Check with Proper Photo ID; Visa / MC / Discover accepted with a 3% Clerk Fee added. • Visit us online @ www.auctionzip.com and enter USER I.D. #8673 for photos and information. • Food Available on Site! • Open Friday, January 20th from 9:00AM to 5:00PM for Inspection. REMEMBER: +++Never, Ever a Buyer’s (Penalty) Premium at our Auctions…What You Bid Is What You Pay! We work for our sellers, we appreciate our buyers, and we love our profession! Kirby & Staff

Office: 937.316.8400 Cell: 937.459.7686 Michel Werner Auctioneer


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Nominate a business for BBB Eclipse Award

LEGAL NOTICE

DAYTON – Start the New Year by giving a shout-out to businesses and nonprofits that have made you a raving fan. Think about the companies you recommend to friends and family because of the great customer experiences you’ve had. Consider the nonprofits that you donate your time, talent and treasure to. These organizations deserve to be recognized for their efforts and nominated for a Better Business Bureau Eclipse Integrity Award. You could even nominate your own business or nonprofit. The public is invited to nominate organizations by visiting www.bbbeclipse.org or calling (937) 610-2270. The deadline to nominate an organization other than your own is Feb. 1. The deadline for self-nominations is March 1. (If you’re self-nominating, review the nominating procedures on your BBB’s website, www. bbbeclipse.org, or contact your BBB for the complete nomination form.) Organizations can even submit completed entries on March 1 online. It’s important to note the nomination process has evolved and there are some new requirements this year. Eclipse Integrity Awards will be presented to organizations for demonstrating trust and excellence in the marketplace. There are four award categories for businesses based on the number of employ-

ees. Your BBB also has two award categories for nonprofits, which are also based on the number of employees. The winners will be selected by an independent panel of judges and honored at the Eclipse Integrity Awards dinner on May 9 at the David H. Ponitz Sinclair Center, 444 W. Third St., Bldg. 12, Dayton. Nominated and self-nominated businesses and nonprofits are invited to join BBB as it hosts several free seminars to help organizations get a head start on putting together a winning entry. At each seminar, the process of putting together a winning binder will be discussed in detail. Attendees will have the opportunity to review past winners’ entries. And, representatives from last year’s winners will be on hand to share how they tackled putting together their entries. They’ll also get a sponsor’s perspective on the awards. Two seminars are scheduled for 2017: January 17 and February 7. Both will be held at the BARRYSTAFF Community Room, 230 Webster St., Dayton, from 8 – 9:30 a.m. Reservations can be made by calling (937) 610-2270. The Eclipse Integrity Awards are sponsored by many local organizations, including The Dayton Power and Light Company; WesBanco Bank, Inc.; Back to Business IT; WDTN-TV; Cox Ohio Media Group and iHeart Radio.

CITY OF GREENVILLE

On January 3, 2017, the City of Greenville, Ohio adopted the following legislation: • Ordinance #17-01 authorize entry into a Police vehicle service agreement with the Darke County Commissioners • Resolution #17-02 approve a contract for trash and recyclable materials removal and disposal • Ordinance #17-03 authorize payments related to the road right of way along Sweitzer Street near the intersection of Fourth Street This legislation can be read and examined in its entirety at the office of the City Auditor, Room 200, Municipal Building, Greenville, Ohio, between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 4:30 P.M., Monday through Thursday and 8:00 A.M. and 1:00 P.M. on Friday. Approved: Eric Brand, Law Director Vicki Harris, Clerk Greenville City Council 1/8, 1/15 2T

Darke County Sheriff’s Estate Sales For more information call 937-547-4603 or go to www.darkecountysheriff.org

Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26

Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26

Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26

Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26

Citizens Bank VS. Paul Boyer, et al. No. 16CV00140

Fifth Third Mortgage VS. Kevin Osterloh, et al. No. 16CV00532

Second National Bank VS. Caton McLear, et al. No. 16CV00451

JPMorgan Chase VS. Sarah Leeper, et al. No. 16CV00546

Pursuant to an Order of Sale, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the meeting room of the County Commissioners Building in Greenville, on Friday, February 3, 2017, at 10:00 A.M., the following described real estate, in the Township of Washington in Darke County to-wit:

Pursuant to an Order of Sale, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the meeting room of the County Commissioners Building in Greenville, on Friday, February 3, 2017, at 10:00 A.M., the following described real estate, in the Township of Brown in Darke County to-wit:

Pursuant to an Order of Sale, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the meeting room of the County Commissioners Building in Greenville, on Friday, February 3, 2017, at 10:00 A.M., the following described real estate, in the Township of Neave in Darke County to-wit:

Street Address: 3457 Duvall Rd. Ansonia, Ohio Parcel Number: C13021317000010100

Street Address: 3181 New Madison Coletown Rd. New Madison, Ohio Parcel Number: L45021131000031500

Pursuant to an Order of Sale, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the meeting room of the County Commissioners Building in Greenville, on Friday, February 3, 2017, at 10:00 A.M., the following described real estate, in the Village of Versailles in Darke County towit:

The complete legal description of the parcel may be obtained from the county auditor. Property was appraised at $125,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Appraisal did not include any interior examination.

The complete legal description of the parcel may be obtained from the county auditor. Property was appraised at $89,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Appraisal did not include any interior examination.

If any parcel does not receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale the same time of day and same place on Friday, February 24, 2017. There will be no minimum bid set for this sale according to ORC Section 2329.21. The purchaser shall be responsible for costs, allowance, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover.

If any parcel does not receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale the same time of day and same place on Friday, February 24, 2017. There will be no minimum bid set for this sale according to ORC Section 2329.21. The purchaser shall be responsible for costs, allowance, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover.

TERMS OF SALE: Deposit required for this property: $5,000.00 Balance due within 30 days after Confirmation.

TERMS OF SALE: Deposit required for this property: $5,000.00 Balance due within 30 days after Confirmation.

Toby L. Spencer, Sheriff 1/15, 1/22, 1/29 3T

Toby L. Spencer, Sheriff 1/15, 1/22, 1/29 3T

Street Address: 1854 State Route 571 Greenville, Ohio Parcel Number: S70011210000020101 The complete legal description of the parcel may be obtained from the county auditor. Property was appraised at $50,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Appraisal did not include any interior examination. If any parcel does not receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale the same time of day and same place on Friday, February 24, 2017. There will be no minimum bid set for this sale according to ORC Section 2329.21. The purchaser shall be responsible for costs, allowance, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover. TERMS OF SALE: Deposit required for this property: $5,000.00 Balance due within 30 days after Confirmation. Toby L. Spencer, Sheriff 1/15, 1/22, 1/29 3T

Street Address: 325 Greenlawn Ave. Versailles, Ohio Parcel Number: T76241018030311500 The complete legal description of the parcel may be obtained from the county auditor. Property was appraised at $63,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Appraisal did not include any interior examination. If any parcel does not receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale the same time of day and same place on Friday, February 24, 2017. There will be no minimum bid set for this sale according to ORC Section 2329.21. The purchaser shall be responsible for costs, allowance, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover. TERMS OF SALE: Deposit required for this property: $5,000.00 Balance due within 30 days after Confirmation. Toby L. Spencer, Sheriff 1/15, 1/22, 1/29 3T

Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26

Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26

Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26

Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26

JPMorgan Chase VS. Allen Swift, et al. No. 16CV00007

JPMorgan Chase VS. Scott Meyer, et al. No. 16CV00605

Nationstar Mortgage VS. Rhonda Magoto, et al. No. 16CV00429

Midfirst Bank VS. Matt Bondurant, et al. No. 16CV00465

Pursuant to an Order of Sale, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the meeting room of the County Commissioners Building in Greenville, on Friday, February 3, 2017, at 10:00 A.M., the following described real estate, in the Township of Butler in Darke County to-wit:

Pursuant to an Order of Sale, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the meeting room of the County Commissioners Building in Greenville, on Friday, February 3, 2017, at 10:00 A.M., the following described real estate, in the Village of New Madison in Darke County to-wit:

Pursuant to an Order of Sale, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the meeting room of the County Commissioners Building in Greenville, on Friday, February 3, 2017, at 10:00 A.M., the following described real estate, in the City of Greenville in Darke County to-wit:

Pursuant to an Order of Sale, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the meeting room of the County Commissioners Building in Greenville, on Friday, February 3, 2017, at 10:00 A.M., the following described real estate, in the City of Greenville in Darke County to-wit:

Street Address: 3200 State Route 722 New Madison, Ohio Parcel Number: D17021029000020300

Street Address: 217 Jefferson St. New Madison, Ohio Parcel Number: G31411013020113200

Street Address: 825 Manchester Dr. Greenville, Ohio Parcel Number: F27221223030115100

Street Address: 409 Harrison Ave. Greenville, Ohio Parcel Number: F27221235030514500

The complete legal description of the parcel may be obtained from the county auditor. Property was appraised at $115,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Appraisal did not include any interior examination. If any parcel does not receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale the same time of day and same place on Friday, February 24, 2017. There will be no minimum bid set for this sale according to ORC Section 2329.21. The purchaser shall be responsible for costs, allowance, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover.

The complete legal description of the parcel may be obtained from the county auditor. Property was appraised at $25,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Appraisal did not include any interior examination. If any parcel does not receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale the same time of day and same place on Friday, February 24, 2017. There will be no minimum bid set for this sale according to ORC Section 2329.21. The purchaser shall be responsible for costs, allowance, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover.

The complete legal description of the parcel may be obtained from the county auditor. Property was appraised at $118,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Appraisal did not include any interior examination. If any parcel does not receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale the same time of day and same place on Friday, February 24, 2017. There will be no minimum bid set for this sale according to ORC Section 2329.21. The purchaser shall be responsible for costs, allowance, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover.

The complete legal description of the parcel may be obtained from the county auditor. Property was appraised at $63,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Appraisal did not include any interior examination. If any parcel does not receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale the same time of day and same place on Friday, February 24, 2017. There will be no minimum bid set for this sale according to ORC Section 2329.21. The purchaser shall be responsible for costs, allowance, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover.

TERMS OF SALE: Deposit required for this property: $5,000.00 Balance due within 30 days after Confirmation.

TERMS OF SALE: Deposit required for this property: $5,000.00 Balance due within 30 days after Confirmation.

TERMS OF SALE: Deposit required for this property: $5,000.00 Balance due within 30 days after Confirmation.

TERMS OF SALE: Deposit required for this property: $5,000.00 Balance due within 30 days after Confirmation.

Toby L. Spencer, Sheriff 1/15, 1/22, 1/29 3T

Toby L. Spencer, Sheriff 1/15, 1/22, 1/29 3T

Toby L. Spencer, Sheriff 1/15, 1/22, 1/29 3T

Toby L. Spencer, Sheriff 1/15, 1/22, 1/29 3T

Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26

Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26

Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26

NS162 LLC VS. Terry Ungericht, et al. No. 16CV00578

Carrington Mortgage VS. Albert Fleckenstein, et al. No. 16CV00168

Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate Delinquent Lands Revised Code, Sec. 5721.191

US Bank VS. Robert Combs, deceased, et al. No. 16CV00332

Notice of sale under judgment of foreclosure of liens for Delinquent Land Taxes:

Pursuant to an Order of Sale, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the meeting room of the County Commissioners Building in Greenville, on Friday, February 3, 2017, at 10:00 A.M., the following described real estate, in the Township of Brown in Darke County to-wit:

Pursuant to an Order of Sale, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the meeting room of the County Commissioners Building in Greenville, on Friday, February 3, 2017, at 10:00 A.M., the following described real estate, in the Village of Ansonia in Darke County to-wit:

Pursuant to an Order of Sale, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the meeting room of the County Commissioners Building in Greenville, on Friday, February 3, 2017, at 10:00 A.M., the following described real estate, in the Township of Neave in Darke County to-wit:

In the Common Pleas Court of Darke County, Ohio, Case No. 16CV00600, in the matter of foreclosure of liens for delinquent land taxes Scott J. Zumbrink, County Treasurer of Darke County, Ohio, Plaintiff, vs. Richard Hollinger, et al., Defendants.

Street Address: 2636 State Route 47 Ansonia, Ohio Parcel Number: C14021318000030201

Street Address: 211 Riffle Ave. Ansonia, Ohio Parcel Number: C15221322010311100

Street Address: 3114 Weavers Fort Jefferson Greenville, Ohio Parcel Number: L45021129000030701

The complete legal description of the parcel may be obtained from the county auditor. Property was appraised at $50,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Appraisal did not include any interior examination.

The complete legal description of the parcel may be obtained from the county auditor. Property was appraised at $60,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Appraisal did not include any interior examination.

If any parcel does not receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale the same time of day and same place on Friday, February 24, 2017. There will be no minimum bid set for this sale according to ORC Section 2329.21. The purchaser shall be responsible for costs, allowance, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover.

If any parcel does not receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale the same time of day and same place on Friday, February 24, 2017. There will be no minimum bid set for this sale according to ORC Section 2329.21. The purchaser shall be responsible for costs, allowance, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover.

The complete legal description of the parcel may be obtained from the county auditor. Property was appraised at $90,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Appraisal did not include any interior examination. If any parcel does not receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale the same time of day and same place on Friday, February 24, 2017. There will be no minimum bid set for this sale according to ORC Section 2329.21. The purchaser shall be responsible for costs, allowance, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover.

Whereas, judgement has been rendered against certain parcels of real property for taxes, assessments, penalties, interest, costs, and charges as follows: $8,653.50 (Eight Thousand Six Hundred Fifty Three and 50/100)

TERMS OF SALE: Deposit required for this property: $5,000.00 Balance due within 30 days after Confirmation.

TERMS OF SALE: Deposit required for this property: $5,000.00 Balance due within 30 days after Confirmation.

Toby L. Spencer, Sheriff 1/15, 1/22, 1/29 3T

Toby L. Spencer, Sheriff 1/15, 1/22, 1/29 3T

General Information The Sheriff is issued Orders of Sales from the Clerk of Courts Office. Sales are advertised in The Early Bird once every week for three consecutive weeks. The Sheriff’s Office does not mail or give away a list of properties or information about purchasing foreclosed property. The properties are not available for tour or inspection as the Sheriff’s Office does not have keys to any properties. Prior to the sale, most properties are appraised from the outside only. The property is sold “as is”, caveat emptor (let the buyer beware). The Sheriff’s office does not have information on liens or taxes.

Real estate tax information can be found at the following web site: darkepropertymax.governmax.com real estate appraisal database. All sales are held in the meeting room of the County Commissioners Building, 520 South Broadway, Greenville. All sales begin promptly at 10:00 a.m. Bidding information Bidding starts as directed in each sale ad. Successful bidders must deposit in the following: If appraised value of property is less than or equal to $10,000 the deposit is $2,000.00; $10,001 - $200,000 the deposit is $5,000.00; greater than $200,000 the deposit is $10,000.00. Personal check (proper ID, local check

TERMS OF SALE: Deposit required for this property: $5,000.00 Balance due within 30 days after Confirmation. Toby L. Spencer, Sheriff 1/15, 1/22, 1/29 3T

signed in our presence), cashier’s check or cash is accepted. The buyer will be required to sign a disclaimer that relieves the Sheriff and appraising agents of liabilities of hazards, or past due bills, as it it the responsibility of the buyer to look into these matters before the sale date. The unpaid balance of the purchase price is due within 30 days after confirmation of sale is filed. More Information You may contact Abby Wilson at (937) 547-4603 if you require further information. A listing of properties can be viewed at darkecountysheriff.org.

175 N. Main St. New Madison, OH G31411013010413300 Whereas, such judgement orders such real property to be sold by the undersigned to satisfy the total amount of such judgment; Now, therefore, public notice is hereby given that I, Toby L. Spencer, Sheriff of Darke County, Ohio, will sell such real property at public auction, for cash, to the highest bidder of an amount sufficient to satisfy the judgment against each parcel at the County Commissioners Building in Greenville, in the above named County, on Friday, the 3rd day of February, 2017 at 10:00 o’clock A.M., and continuing from day to day thereafter, if any parcel does not receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale, under the same terms and conditions of the first sale and at the same time of day and at the same place, on Friday, the 24th day of February, 2017, for an amount sufficient to satisfy the judgment against the parcel. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL SUCH REAL PROPERTY TO BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION MAY BE SUBJECT TO A FEDERAL TAX LIEN THAT MAY NOT BE EXTINGUISHED BY THE SALE, AND PURCHASERS OF ANY SUCH REAL PROPERTY ARE URGED TO SEARCH THE FEDERAL TAX LIEN INDEX THAT IS KEPT BY THE COUNTY RECORDER TO DETERMINE IF NOTICE OF A FEDERAL TAX LIEN HAS BEEN FILED WITH RESPECT TO ANY SUCH REAL PROPERTY. Toby L. Spencer Sheriff, Darke County, Ohio 1/15, 1/22, 1/29 3T


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Chancellor’s list named RICHMOND, Ind. – At Indiana University East, outstanding undergraduate academic achievement is recognized by naming students who take 12 or more credits of graded coursework and obtained a 4.0 GPA to the Chancellor’s List.

The following local students have been named to this list: Arcanum – Kelsey Anderson, Trevor Boram, Grady Garno, Kayle Oswalt, Hayley Roberts and Lindsey Tauscher Eldorado – Elizabeth Miller

Greenville – Morgan Carter, Benjamin Fitzgerald, Danielle Harless, Samantha Holzapfel, Pamela Lehman, Dannielle Liebherr and Emily Weaver New Madison – Heather Ferris and Rachel Ferris New Paris – Nicholas Nakis

Masons to observe 300th anniversary

Ohio Farmers Union’s president’s priorities GREENVILLE – Joe Logan, the president of the Ohio Farmers Union, was the featured speaker at the Darke County Farmers Union annual meeting held in Greenville. He spoke to the crowd on four major policy issues the organization was currently involved. “May you live in interesting times,” he began; noting this was not only a Chinese greeting, but he has learned it is also a curse. He informed those present that many of our domestic companies have been bought out by international producers and acknowledged the biggest pork and beef producers are foreign and not domestic producers. With so many corporate consolidations, such as the September 2013 acquisition of Smithfield Foods by the Chinese company, Shuanghui International Holdings, we need to have some oversight on the quality and control of our food sources. JBS SA, a Brazilian meat

In addition, large Masonic dinner celebrations are planned for June 24 across Ohio to culminate the 300th-year observances. Throughout the year, local lodges also will have their own anniversary dinners, open houses, educational meetings, and newmember gatherings. “2017 is going to be a great year.” Ohio Grand Master Douglas N. Kaylor, of Dayton, said. “The world is changing and once again men are looking for the benefits that come from uniting with like-minded men dedicated to living well, to doing right, and to standing up for their beliefs when others seem to be stumbling.” For more information on local activities, contact Gettysburg Lodge #477 at bradley_horsCOLUMBUS – ley@hotmail.com Hi-tech farming or khocker1@woh. will be on display rr.com. in the interactive Ohio Farm Bureau exhibit at Power Show Ohio, Jan. 26 - 28 at the Ohio Expo Center, home The Village of Versailles is currently accep�ng bids of the Ohio State Fair, in Columbus. for the ren�ng of Village owned farm land for 2017. Farmers will learn The land consist of two parcels totaling approximately about technologies 29 acres. Sealed bid packets are available at the to enhance producVillage Administra�ve office, 177 N. Center St. tivity, and consumVersailles, OH. Only signed bids on Village of Versailles ers will learn how provided bid sheets will be accepted un�l Feb. 2, 2017, farmers are adopt11:00 a.m. For addi�onal informa�on contact Village ing technology to Administrator, Rodd Hale, 937-526-3294 ext. 225. produce affordable The Village retains the right to reject any or all bids. food while protecting the environ-

GETTYSBURG – The Masonic Fraternity this year observes the 300th anniversary of modern Freemasonry and the more than 80,000 Masonic members in 480 Masonic lodges in Ohio are making plans for the celebration. “On June 24, 1717, in London, England, four lodges decided to create the Grand Lodge of England.” Bradley Horsley, Master of Gettysburg Lodge #477 in Gettysburg, explained, “And this structure of organization has continued for three centuries and has spread around the world.” “Masonic lodges existed before that time,” he said, “But the 1717 date represents the basic, creative step in the overall continuity and agreement of principles that still govern the international fraternity we have today.”

The Grand Lodge of Ohio was formed in 1808, and observed its 200th anniversary a few years ago. In the United States, there are 51 Grand Lodges – one for each state, plus the District of Columbia. Total U.S. membership numbers nearly 1.2 million. The Ohio observance begins on March 25, with a “Grand Master’s Class,” which will allow new members to complete all initiation work in one day. Normally, weeks or months are required for the process. On that Saturday, initiation ceremonies will be held simultaneously in 25 locations across Ohio, including at Temperance Lodge #73 in Sidney Ohio, which will be the designated location for the Third Masonic District which includes Darke, Miami, and Shelby counties.

packaging company whose interests are represented in the United States by JBA USA in Greeley, Colo., is the largest beef packer in the world. Because our food supply is part of a global market, Farmers Union has fought hard for Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) legislation. We won the battle and the requirement to list the country of origin of fresh beef, pork and lamb was signed into law as part of the Farm Security Act of 2002. The law was expanded to include fresh fruits and vegetables in 2008 and then repealed in December 2015 due to the WTO’s ruling that claimed that the requirements set forth in the legislation discriminated against Canadian and Mexican livestock. The World Trade Organization also imposed a $781 million (to Canada) and $228 million (to Mexico) in retaliatory tariffs against U.S. imports and Mexico happened to be represented on

the committee deliberating the case. Corporate consolidation has created giant companies from the numerous mergers that have taken place over the last several years. Farmers Union is lobbying legislators to do what they can to support efforts by some members of Congress to hold hearings to examine the effects and the legalities of further mergers in the agricultural industry. There is a $500 billion trade deficit and Logan posed some caveats on the policy of imposing a 35 percent tariff on China, saying the Chinese government (along with others, such as Japan, Brazil, etc.) are known for their habit of currency manipulation. The Trans Pacific Partnership Act, the trade agreement maligned during the past election, is not as detrimental to the aspect of our trade deficit as the manipulation of currency has become. Logan explained he believes that a tool promot-

Shown are Ted Finnarn, Darke Co. Farmers Union, Joe Logan-President of Ohio Farmers Union and Todd Rhoades, President of Darke Co. Farmers Union.

ed by the IMF, in an effort to seek balanced trade among nations, which monitors currency values and they can adjust for unfair advantage is a valueadded tax (VAT). He said he’d rather see our government imposing a valueadded tax on these products coming in. Secondly, the Farmers Union is concerned with adequate farm and food support. Logan thinks an integrated supply management strategy would be advised. Considering the volatility of the global supply market and the unpredictable weather patterns of late, a farmer-owner reserve program might be used to stabilize our markets. Trump has no policy yet involv-

ing a safety net for farmers and the Secretary of Agriculture hasn’t been chosen as of yet. Thirdly, as discussed earlier, Farmers Union is concerned about the growing corporate consolidation in agriculture and is informing legislators on the issue and asking for more vigilance concerning the effect on markets and forethought in relation to the legal consequences of such consolidation. Lastly, the Farmers Union would like to stress the importance of keeping the Renewable Fuel Standard in relation to sustainability in our environment and its positive economic gains for farmers, especially in the production of ethanol from corn.

State University. Friday, Jan. 27 is Farm Bureau Member Appreciation Day. Farm Bureau members who visit the organization’s display will receive free refreshments and prizes. Ohio Farm Bureau is the state’s largest and most inclusive farm and food organization. Power Show Ohio visitors are encouraged to stop by the Farm Bureau display to learn about the group’s efforts

on behalf of Ohio’s food community. Power Show Ohio is the area’s largest indoor power equipment show featuring displays of agricultural, construction and outdoor equipment. More than 200 exhibitors will display products and services from more than 500 companies. Power Show Ohio is open all three days from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Learn more at omeda.org/ powershow.

Visit Farm Bureau at Power Show Ohio

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ment. Visitors to the Farm Bureau exhibit in the Celeste Center can register to win a Big Green Egg cooking system and $500 gift card for Certified Angus Beef, a prize package valued at more than $2,500. Farm Bureau’s display is for farmers and consumers of all ages and will feature new tractor and equipment technology, UAVs (drones), on-farm solar options, ap-

plied data, and nutrient management. A combine simulator will allow visitors to experience modern crop harvesting, and an augmented reality sandbox will demonstrate the relationship between the environment and food production. Support for the interactive display comes from Evolution Ag, Sunrise Cooperative, Third Sun Solar and the precision ag team at Ohio

Darke County Sheriff’s Estate Sales For more information call 937-547-4603 or go to www.darkecountysheriff.org Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26

Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26

Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26

Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26

Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26

Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26

JPMorgan Chase VS. Karen Jones, et al. No. 15CV00494

Second National Bank VS. Daniel Chavez, et al. No. 16CV00397

JPMorgan Mortgage VS. Mendy Helton, et al. No. 16CV00045

Pennymac Loan VS. Cody Petry, et al. No. 14CV00566

JPMorgan Chase VS. Katherine Hamilton, et al. No. 12CV00146

Pursuant to an Order of Sale, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the meeting room of the County Commissioners Building in Greenville, on Friday, January 20, 2017, at 10:00 A.M., the following described real estate, in the Village of Ansonia in Darke County to-wit:

Pursuant to an Order of Sale, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the meeting room of the County Commissioners Building in Greenville, on Friday, January 20, 2017, at 10:00 A.M., the following described real estate, in the Village of Gettysburg in Darke County to-wit:

Pursuant to an Order of Sale, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the meeting room of the County Commissioners Building in Greenville, on Friday, January 20, 2017, at 10:00 A.M., the following described real estate, in the Township of Mississinawa in Darke County to-wit:

Pursuant to an Order of Sale, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the meeting room of the County Commissioners Building in Greenville, on Friday, January 20, 2017, at 10:00 A.M., the following described real estate, in the Township of Van Buren in Darke County to-wit:

Federal National Mortgage VS. Patricia Jones, et al. No. 16CV00272 Pursuant to an Order of Sale, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the meeting room of the County Commissioners Building in Greenville, on Friday, January 20, 2017, at 10:00 A.M., the following described real estate, in the Township of Neave in Darke County to-wit:

Street Address: 253 Short St. Gettysburg, Ohio Parcel Number: A05431025030110600

Street Address: 13502 Hillgrove Fort Recovery Rd. Fort Recovery, Ohio Parcel Number: J37011417000030200

Street Address: 3878 State Route 49 Arcanum, Ohio Parcel Number: Q63030929000011800

Street Address: 3706 Shira Rd. Greenville, Ohio Parcel Number: L45021129000021200

Street Address: 2412 State Route 571 Greenville, Ohio Parcel Number: S70011214000010100 & S70011211000020300

The complete legal description of the parcel may be obtained from the county auditor. Property was appraised at $59,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Appraisal did not include any interior examination.

The complete legal description of the parcel may be obtained from the county auditor. Property was appraised at $65,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Appraisal did not include any interior examination.

The complete legal description of the parcel may be obtained from the county auditor. Property was appraised at $55,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Appraisal did not include any interior examination.

If any parcel does not receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale the same time of day and same place on Friday, February 3, 2017. There will be no minimum bid set for this sale according to ORC Section 2329.21. The purchaser shall be responsible for costs, allowance, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover.

If any parcel does not receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale the same time of day and same place on Friday, February 3, 2017. There will be no minimum bid set for this sale according to ORC Section 2329.21. The purchaser shall be responsible for costs, allowance, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover.

If any parcel does not receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale the same time of day and same place on Friday, February 3, 2017. There will be no minimum bid set for this sale according to ORC Section 2329.21. The purchaser shall be responsible for costs, allowance, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover.

Street Address: 409 S. Main St. Ansonia, Ohio Parcel Number: C15221322021012800 The complete legal description of the parcel may be obtained from the county auditor. Property was appraised at $30,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Appraisal did not include any interior examination. If any parcel does not receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale the same time of day and same place on Friday, February 3, 2017. There will be no minimum bid set for this sale according to ORC Section 2329.21. The purchaser shall be responsible for costs, allowance, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover. TERMS OF SALE: Deposit required for this property: $5,000.00 Balance due within 30 days after Confirmation. Toby L. Spencer, Sheriff 1/1, 1/8, 1/15 3T

The complete legal description of the parcel may be obtained from the county auditor. Property was appraised at $55,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Appraisal did not include any interior examination.

Pursuant to an Order of Sale, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the meeting room of the County Commissioners Building in Greenville, on Friday, January 20, 2017, at 10:00 A.M., the following described real estate, in the Township of Washington in Darke County to-wit:

If any parcel does not receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale the same time of day and same place on Friday, February 3, 2017. There will be no minimum bid set for this sale according to ORC Section 2329.21. The purchaser shall be responsible for costs, allowance, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover.

The complete legal description of the parcel may be obtained from the county auditor. Property was appraised at $30,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Appraisal did not include any interior examination. If any parcel does not receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale the same time of day and same place on Friday, February 3, 2017. There will be no minimum bid set for this sale according to ORC Section 2329.21. The purchaser shall be responsible for costs, allowance, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover.

TERMS OF SALE: Deposit required for this property: $5,000.00 Balance due within 30 days after Confirmation.

TERMS OF SALE: Deposit required for this property: $5,000.00 Balance due within 30 days after Confirmation.

TERMS OF SALE: Deposit required for this property: $5,000.00 Balance due within 30 days after Confirmation.

TERMS OF SALE: Deposit required for this property: $5,000.00 Balance due within 30 days after Confirmation.

TERMS OF SALE: Deposit required for this property: $5,000.00 Balance due within 30 days after Confirmation.

Toby L. Spencer, Sheriff 1/1, 1/8, 1/15 3T

Toby L. Spencer, Sheriff 1/1, 1/8, 1/15 3T

Toby L. Spencer, Sheriff 1/1, 1/8, 1/15 3T

Toby L. Spencer, Sheriff 1/1, 1/8, 1/15 3T

Toby L. Spencer, Sheriff 1/1, 1/8, 1/15 3T

General Information The Sheriff is issued Orders of Sales from the Clerk of Courts Office. Sales are advertised in The Early Bird once every week for three consecutive weeks. The Sheriff’s Office does not mail or give away a list of properties or information about purchasing foreclosed property. The properties are not available for tour or inspection as the Sheriff’s Office does not have keys to any properties. Prior to the sale, most properties are appraised from the outside only. The property is sold “as is”, caveat emptor (let the buyer beware). The Sheriff’s office does not have information on liens or taxes.

Real estate tax information can be found at the following web site: darkepropertymax.governmax.com real estate appraisal database. All sales are held in the meeting room of the County Commissioners Building, 520 South Broadway, Greenville. All sales begin promptly at 10:00 a.m. Bidding information Bidding starts as directed in each sale ad. Successful bidders must deposit in the following: If appraised value of property is less than or equal to $10,000 the deposit is $2,000.00; $10,001 - $200,000 the deposit is $5,000.00; greater than $200,000 the deposit is $10,000.00.

Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate Delinquent Lands Revised Code, Sec. 5721.191 Notice of sale under judgment of foreclosure of liens for delinquent land taxes: In the Common Pleas Court of Darke County, Ohio, Case No. 16CV00440, in the matter of foreclosure of liens for delinquent land taxes Scott J. Zumbrink, County Treasurer of Darke County, Ohio, Plaintiff, vs. Sandra Keckler, et al., Defendants. Whereas, judgement has been rendered against certain parcels of real property for taxes, assessments, penalties, interest, costs, and charges as follows: $1,009.67 (One Thousand Nine Dollars and 67/100) .333 Acres S. Shawnee Wayne Lakes, OH L80221133010313300 Whereas, such judgement orders such real property to be sold by the undersigned to satisfy the total amount of such judgment; Now, therefore, public notice is hereby given that I, Toby L. Spencer, Sheriff of Darke County, Ohio, will sell such real property at public auction, for cash, to the highest bidder of an amount sufficient to satisfy the judgment against each parcel at the County Commissioners Building in Greenville, in the above named County, on Friday, the 20th day of January, 2017 at 10:00 o’clock A.M., and continuing from day to day thereafter, if any parcel does not receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale, under the same terms and conditions of the first sale and at the same time of day and at the same place, on Friday, the 3rd day of February, 2017, for an amount sufficient to satisfy the judgment against the parcel. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL SUCH REAL PROPERTY TO BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION MAY BE SUBJECT TO A FEDERAL TAX LIEN THAT MAY NOT BE EXTINGUISHED BY THE SALE, AND PURCHASERS OF ANY SUCH REAL PROPERTY ARE URGED TO SEARCH THE FEDERAL TAX LIEN INDEX THAT IS KEPT BY THE COUNTY RECORDER TO DETERMINE IF NOTICE OF A FEDERAL TAX LIEN HAS BEEN FILED WITH RESPECT TO ANY SUCH REAL PROPERTY. Toby L. Spencer, Sheriff Sheriff, Darke County, Ohio 1/1, 1/8, 1/15 3T

Personal check (proper ID, local check signed in our presence), cashier’s check or cash is accepted. The buyer will be required to sign a disclaimer that relieves the Sheriff and appraising agents of liabilities of hazards, or past due bills, as it it the responsibility of the buyer to look into these matters before the sale date. The unpaid balance of the purchase price is due within 30 days after confirmation of sale is filed. More Information You may contact Abby Wilson at (937) 547-4603 if you require further information. A listing of properties can be viewed at darkecountysheriff.org.


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AUTOMOTIVE MARKET

Dr. King joins Family Health Eye Care GREENVILLE – Family Health is pleased to announce that on Jan. 3, Dr. Lindsey King joined their practice. Dr. King joins Dr. Robert McLear and Dr. Krista Swensen at Family Healthy Eye Care, 133 W. Main St., Greenville. A representative from Family Health said, “We are very excited to welcome Dr. King to our practice. She will see patients of all ages, but has a passion and strong focus on vision care for children with special emphasis on pediatric and binocular vision.” Dr. King received her Doctorate of Optometry from The Ohio State University and is a member of the Ohio and American Optometric Associations,

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ENGINE PARTS

as well as the Optometric Extension Program Foundation. Dr. Kings offers an InfantSEE assessment for infants between the ages six-months to 12-months that is 100 percent free. The assessment offers early detection of potential eye and vision problems and is a compliment to the eye screening conducted during a pediatric well-child visit. To learn more about this program, visit Infantsee.org. Early next fall, Dr. King plans to offer vision therapy services for patients ranging from school age through adulthood that are experiencing difficulty with eye strain, headaches, double vision, avoidance of near work, poor sports performance, dizziness or motion sickness and difficulty reading and concentrating. School age patients that would benefit from vision therapy services may be experiencing the following problems that can impact their ability to read: skipping or re-reading lines, poor reading compre-

Dr. Lindsey King

hension, extended time to complete homework, reversing letters like “b” and “d” and a short attention span with reading and schoolwork. Family Health Eye Care opened its doors to patients in March 2016 and is a natural extension of Family Health’s mission and commitment to provide for the healthcare needs of the underserved in the county regardless of their faith, race, age or ability to pay. They accept Medicaid, patient pay, the Prevent Ohio Blind-

ness Program to patients below 200 percent of the poverty level, sliding fee discounts and bill private insurance companies as needed. They also provide a 15 percent discount to patients if they pay in full at the time of service. Family Health is a model for health centers across the country in managing chronic disease, promoting wellness, demonstrating cost effectiveness and empowering patients to engage in healthy behaviors. Their mission statement is “building healthy lives together…” They support this mission by providing an array of services: medical care, behavioral health, laboratory, radiology, pharmacy services, dental services and patient education and support, but despite all these services, Family Health identified a huge need for vision services. Family Health Eye Care is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays 8 a.m. to noon. For an appointment, call 548-6111.

Arcanum Library lists January schedule

5453 S.R. 49

GREENVILLE, OHIO, 45331

937-548-7113

ARCANUM – The New Year is here, and the Arcanum Public Library is gearing up for a great start to 2017. There are activities planned for kids, programs for adults, new movies to watch, and more. Come find a book or two to help you keep any resolutions made. Read up on nutrition, health, organizing, decorating, learning a new language, or find a new recipe. With schools closed on Jan. 16, the library will be hosting a movie double feature. Come watch “The Secret Life of Pets” at 10

Crankshaft Grinding Block Boring Aluminum Welding Flywheel Grinding Connecting Rod Service Pressure Testing Cylinder Head Service Engine Parts

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a.m. and “Kubo and the Two Strings” at 2 p.m. Come enjoy the shows and some popcorn. On Jan. 23 and 30, bring your preschooler to StoryTime. Hear stories, sing songs, make a craft, and have lots of fun. There are two sessions each day at 10 and 11 a.m. Also on Jan. 23 and 30, kids in grades 1-4 can come for AfterWords. The group meets from 3:45 to 4:45 p.m. Enjoy a snack, play games, make a craft, and more. Kids in grades five and up will meet Jan. 19 and

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$11,995 2012 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 3.6 Lt., V6, 4x4

Maple Sugarin’ at the Prairie for local schools GREENVILLE – Darke County Parks invites teachers to bring their classes out to the park for their favorite seasonal school program: “Nature’s Sweet Treat.” This program allows students to observe the process of turning sap into the sweetest of nature’s treats, maple syrup. Topics will cover the science behind maple syrup as well as the rich cultural history of maple sugaring. Students will have the option of try-

ing some maple sugar and fresh maple syrup at the end of the program as well. The program lasts for 60-90 minutes, and classes are welcome to eat their packed lunch before or after the program. The park is offering this program only between Feb. 21-28; be sure to call and register quickly before the spaces fill up. Call (937) 548-0165 and ask to speak to Robb for more information.

VERSAILLES – Midmark Corp. (“Midmark”) recently announced that it is expanding its engineering team and will host a recruiting open house on Jan. 26, from 5 to 9 p.m. in the Midmark Education Center, 60 Vista Drive, Versailles (East building). The dress code for the event is business casual. Midmark encourages engineers of various backgrounds to attend, including mechanical, electrical, manufacturing, quality and software engineers with minimum three years of experience preferred. The open positions are in Versailles and Torrance, Calif. During the open house, attendees will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from Midmark’s engineering management as well as its human resources department. These representatives will offer insight on the open positions, culture and benefits of being a Midmark “Teammate.” The education center will afford attendees hands-on interaction with Midmark products of the three healthcare markets

they serve—medical, dental and animal health. Midmark is recognized in the region for its commitment to innovation and manufacturing. Midmark does this through its strategy, which is to enrich experiences between caregivers and their patients by bringing clinical spaces, technology and workflows into harmony. The company’s clinical space expertise stems from the immersive research collected during its more than 40 years of leadership in healthcare environments. This thoughtleadership has manifested into the company’s large suite of products and services. John Baumann, president and CEO of Midmark stated, “We are thrilled to be adding new talent and building depth to the core capabilities of our engineering team. Investing in engineering will accelerate our product development processes, which will fuel our growth and make us more agile for the future— this is crucial in serving a dynamic market such as healthcare.”

Engineers invited to Midmark open house

Dean’s List

SPRING ARBOR, Mich. – Emily Dimmick of Versailles, a professional writing major, has been named to the Spring Arbor University fall 2016 dean’s list. Approximately 464 students made the dean’s list for the fall 2016 semester at Spring Arbor University.

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$15,995 2013 Honda Civic, black, FWD, 1.8 Ltr, 4 Cyl, 43,XXX Miles ............................................................. $14,995 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 3.6 Ltr, V6, 4x4 ................... $15,995 2011 Dodge Charger, 3.6 ltr, V6, sunroof .......................... $13,995 2007 Chrysler 300, 3.5 ltr, V6, RWD ................................... $8,995 2006 Pontiac Vibe, 1.8 Ltr, 4 Cyl, FWD ............................... $5,995 2006 Chrysler Sebring, 2.4 ltr, 4-cyl., FWD ........................ $3,995 2006 Buick Rendezvous, 3.5 ltr, V6.................................... $6,995 2004 Dodge Neon, FWD, 4 cyl., blue .................................. $2,995 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 4.0 ltr, V6, 4x4, only 95,XXX miles ........................................................ $6,995 2003 GMC Sonoma Ext Cab, dk blue, 4.3 Ltr., V6 .............. $6,395 2002 Chevy Tahoe, 5.3 ltr, V8, 4x4 ...................................... $7,995

26. TNT (Tweens and Teens) meets from 2:45– 4:15 p.m. Come hang out with friends, make crafts, have snacks, watch movies, play games, and lots more. Patrons can keep up with updates about StoryTime, AfterWords, and TNT on Facebook. Simply search for Arcanum Public Library Youth Programs. The crochet group will be meeting Jan. 19 and 26 at 6:30 p.m. Learn how to crochet, work on a project, or get help to finish one. No need to register – just drop in. The library is pleased to announce it is starting a seed library. The “Ivy Ester Seed Vault” will be ready for patrons beginning in March. In the meantime, if anyone has seeds they wish to donate to help get them started, feel free to bring them into the library. If there are any questions, don’t hesitate to give the library a call at (937) 692-8484. Patrons can also check out their website at www.arcanumpubliclibrary.org or like them on Facebook.

Students will learn that the sap that flows out of the tree contains 98 percent water and only two percent sugar before it is boiled.

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BBBS gets ready for Bowl for Kids’ Sake Livingston inducted into HOF at MV GREENVILLE – Bowl for Kids’ Sake 2017 is scheduled for March 3 & 4, 2017, at Bel-Mar Lanes in Sidney and Treaty Lanes in Greenville. This year’s theme is Hawaiian. To help celebrate the festive theme, come dressed in your Hawaiian attire. Bowl for Kids’ Sake serves as the largest fundraiser for the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Shelby & Darke County. They invite you to join them in the challenge of making 2017 the largest fundraising event to date. Hundreds of area bowlers have teamed up

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UNION CITY – On Jan. 21, Mississinawa Valley will be hosting the annual induction into the Blackhawk Athletic Hall of Fame. The ceremony will be held before the start of the varsity basketball game between Mississinawa Valley and Randolph Southern. This year’s inductee is Mallory Livingston. Livingston was a member of the class of 2012 and participated in basketball and volleyball. She excelled in volleyball during her tenure at the Valley. In 2010-2011, she was named Darke County Player of the Year and Cross County Player of the year, along with being named to the first team all-conference and first team district team. In 2011-2012, Livingston was named to the first team all-conference,

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D SEABOAR D E T R O S S A PS PORK CHO

MON-SAT 6:00A.M.-10:00P.M. SUN 7:00A.M.-10:00P.M.

WE HONOR OHIO FOOD STAMP CARDS AND WIC VOUCHERS

Prices Effective the Week of Jan. 16 - Jan. 22, 2017

3.99

605 N. Main St., Arcanum, Ohio 45304 Tel: (937) 692-8463 Hours:

12DBL OR 6 MEGA RL QUILTED NORTHERN BATH TISSUE

6.99

1.25OZ ESSENTIAL EVERYDAY TACO SEASONING ...............................................2/88¢ 150OZ PUREX 2X LIQUID LAUNDRY DETERGENT ...........................................................5.99 15.5OZ BROOKS CHILI BEANS ..............................88¢

10.5-10.75OZ MUSHROOM, CHICKEN OR CELERY ESSENTIAL EVERYDAY CREAM SOUP.................79¢ 3OZ MARUCHAN RAMEN NOODLE SOUP .........4/88¢ 6OZ ESSENTIAL EVERYDAY TOMATO PASTE .....49¢ 32OZ ESSENTIAL EVERYDAY PASTA .................3/$4

7-8OZ ESSENTIAL EVERYDAY CHUNK & SHREDDED CHEESE

3/$5

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Early Bird eNewspaper 01-15-17