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Index Alan Miller Jewelers..............….................................page 4 Amlin Auction....................……..................................page 4 Artistic Memorials…..................................................page 5 Bob’s Heating and Air Conditioning…...................page 5 Carolyn’s Catering & Sunrise Banquet Hall.............page 5 Chippewa Golf Course.............................................page 3 Compass Care...............................…..........................page 7 Eastern Maumee Bay Chamber...............................page 2 First Federal Bank……................................................page 4 Furniture Palace….......................................................page 6

GenoaBank…..............................................................page 3 Gross Electric…..........................................................page 6 Lake Erie Tree Service…............................................page 6 Lana Eckel-Rife, Key Realty........................................page 2 Luther Home of Mercy........................................…...page 3 Otterbein Portage Valley.......................................…page 8 Parkcliffe Memory Care....…......................................page 7 The Press Newspapers......................…….................page 8 Tri County Tire….........................................................page 7

Lana Eckel-Rife, Key Realty 109 E. Main Street, Woodville, OH 43469 419-344-9512 • www.lanarife.com Opening a successful small-town real estate office and turning it into one of the top real estate offices in the area was no accident. As a neighborhood Realtor, Lana Eckel-Rife specializes in applying her expertise and market knowledge to the local and surrounding communities that she has called home for the last 30 years. A native of Perrysburg, Rife started her marketing and sales career right out of college. She married her husband, Dirk, and moved to Woodville 30 years ago. As a former assistant manager with another brokerage, Rife realized the need for a local, neighborhood real estate office in the community, and was happy to fill that niche. Throughout her career, she has worked every aspect of the industry, representing sellers, buyers and investors in both residential and commercial markets, and has built a solid foundation of clients in a wide array of real estate transactions. She is passionate about the needs and goals of her clients, adding value, and helping them make the best decisions for themselves and their families. Among keys to her success are constant communication, attention to detail, knowledge of the communities, putting

customers’ needs first, and, most importantly, her work behind the scenes to get their home sold fast for the most money. She specializes in the local and surrounding communities and information, but being from Perrysburg, she has a wide area of expertise and knowledge of all of Northwest Ohio. Using her experience and foresight, Rife proactively addresses details before they become a problem. She leads, trains and motivates her team to be the best, and they are dedicated to customer service and communication from the first phone call all the way to close. Rife maintains a high level of commitment to her real estate education. She has been mentored and coached by several of the most highly acclaimed real estate coaches in the industry, and with the backing of Key Realty, Ltd., the largest brokerage in Northwest Ohio, feels confident in her efforts to serve your needs. Among various other community services, Rife serves as a Director on the Board of the Toledo Chapter of the Women’s Council of Realtors, and is also on the Fourth of July Celebration committee for Woodville.

understanding Eastern Maumee Bay Chamber of Commerce 4350 Navarre Ave. Suite C, Oregon, OH 43616 419-693-5580 • www.embchamber.org • director@embchamber.org Yvonne Thoma-Patton, Executive Director

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The Eastern Maumee Bay Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization whose mission is to improve the quality of life, general welfare and prosperity of the Eastern Maumee Bay Community. The Eastern Maumee Bay Chamber of Commerce service region includes the communities of East Toledo, Jerusalem Township, Walbridge, the city of Northwood and the city of Oregon. The Oregon Chamber of Commerce was formed in 1960 shortly after the city of Oregon was founded. The Oregon Chamber, along with area Chambers and Business Associations, formed the Maumee Bay Business Awards in 1993. The awards highlighted and showcased businesses in the area that excelled in safety, growth and increased revenue, and promoted best practices in business. The local business awards are now referred to as the Prism Awards. The Oregon Chamber of Commerce changed its name and charter in 1997 to Eastern Maumee Bay Chamber of Commerce to reflect a mission to serve and be more inclusive

of whole area east of the Maumee River. Today, the Eastern Maumee Bay Chamber of Commerce provides a range of services to businesses and non-profit organizations within the community, including health insurance group rates, workers’ compensation training and group ratings, credit card processing service discounts and other group programs and discount services. In addition, the organization also provides classes, workshops, open houses, networking events and training for chamber members. It also provides ribbon-cutting services for new businesses and grand re-opening for businesses that have relocated or refreshed their current business. The Eastern Maumee Bay Chamber promotes its members by organizing special events throughout the year, and hosts a community and business fair, and promotes local commerce on Small Business Saturday. Annually the chamber publishes a member directory in partnership with The Press Newspapers.


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Luther Home of Mercy 5810 N. Main Street, Williston, OH 43468 419-836-7741 • lutherhome.org Located in Williston, Ohio, Luther Home of Mercy (LHM) is a Christian ministry, dedicated to helping adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities live as they choose while providing the supports needed to help them fulfill their hopes and dreams. Luther Home believes support begins with the individual. They work with the people in their care to learn each individual’s hopes, goals and dreams for the future. These dreams may include making new friends at one of their six day program centers, obtaining meaningful community employment or planning a vacation of a lifetime. No matter how large or small the goal may seem, Luther Home of Mercy’s team of skilled and dedicated care providers walks alongside each individual on their journey to live the best life possible.

Recognizing that the health and desires of the people entrusted to their care changes throughout life’s journey, Luther Home of Mercy provides a full range of supports tailored to meet people where they are today and continue to serve them well into the future. Their main campus is a 97 bed intermediate care facility that is licensed by the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities. In addition, many individuals served by Luther Home of Mercy choose to live in their own home receiving in-home supports or in one of the 18 community homes managed by LHM Properties. Luther Home of Mercy believes that where to call home is one of life’s most important choices and are committed to helping individuals choose the best environment to meet their personal needs and aspirations.

GenoaBank Genoa, OH 43430 Branches in Oregon, Elmore, Millbury and other communities 800-592-2828 • www.genoabank.com Founded in September 1902, GenoaBank is celebrating its 115th year in business, and is looking forward to serving the community into its second century. The locally owned independent community bank serves businesses and private customers in Lucas, Ottawa, Sandusky, and Wood counties. Over the years, GenoaBank has expanded, and now has branches in Oregon, Elmore, Millbury, Maumee, Perrysburg/Rossford, Port Clinton/Catawba and Sylvania. GenoaBank is committed to being involved — to being a part of and helping make the communities it serves better and brighter. GenoaBank strives to create a feeling of family and belonging within its walls and beyond, and its staff — including managers, officers and board members — enjoy donating their time and talents to various charitable and civic organizations. GenoaBank offers ATM/debit/ credit cards, various checking and savings

accounts, CDs, safety deposit boxes and online and mobile banking, in addition to other products and services to help customers simplify their lives and finances. In-house auto, mortgage, equity, personal, and commercial financing are available as well. In addition, GenoaBank offers comprehensive banking services and solutions to help businesses thrive and achieve their goals. Committed to personalized service and community involvement, GenoaBank works to show customers they do not have to look outside of Northwest Ohio to have their financial needs met. GenoaBank’s mission is to create an environment in which: • Customers perceive the bank as a partner in achieving their financial goals. • Employees may achieve personal and professional success. • Shareholders achieve the rewards of ownership.

Chippewa Golf Course 23550 W. State Route 579, Curtice, OH 43412 419-836-8111 • www.chippewa579.com For more than nine decades, Chippewa Golf Course has invited golfers of all skill levels in Northwest Ohio to come and “play a round.” When the course opened in 1926, it was called Chippewa Country Club, a name inspired by Victoria Cadaract, a full-blooded Chippewa Native American who had once lived in a log cabin on the property. Like its name, Chippewa Golf Course has experienced a few changes over the years. Today the 18-hole course, originally designed by Toledoan Harold Weber, a four-time Ohio amateur champion, includes five sets of tees, tree-lined fairways, and strategically placed sand bunkers. Winding through the paths to 15

of the holes are Ayers and Crane Creek, which give golfers the chance to see blue heron, turtles, eagles, and occasionally, white-tailed deer. Chippewa also has a grass driving range, short-game practice area, and a practice putting green. The club pro shop stocks a wide selection of golf balls, caps, gloves, and tees, and also re-grips clubs and provides other club repair services. Golfers are encouraged to contact Chippewa to learn more about their leagues and custom golf event packages for outings. The Chippewa Room, the club’s private banquet hall, is available for booking baby showers, class reunions, retirement parties, birthday parties, and business meetings.

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Alan Miller Jewelers 3239 Navarre Ave., Oregon, OH 43616 419-693-4311 • alanmillerjewelers.com A hometown jeweler, Alan Miller Jewelers hopes each customer has the experience of warmth and friendliness with each visit. Having made the Toledo area his lifetime home, this is a priority for owner, Alan Miller. Together with his staff, they work to welcome everyone like a member of the family. Alan Miller Jewelers aims to provide the community with a one-stop shopping experience. Every diamond sold is handchosen by Miller himself, assuring that every diamond purchased is of high quality and a great price. All are either GIA or AGS certified or certified by Miller’s graduate geologist as well. Whether in search of jewelry for Mom, a new watch for Dad, loose diamonds, or a ring symbolizing a lifetime of love, Miller and his staff can help customers find the perfect gift. Alan Miller Jewelers showcases a number of brands, such as

Carizza, Gabriel, LeVian, Seiko, Pandora and many more. For customers searching for something extra special, Alan Miller Jewelers also creates custom designs. From making the original sketch and models of a new piece of jewelry to the finished piece, the entire process is done on site. Doing this in house allows customers to be more involved in the process, while still getting them a one-ofa-kind piece. Alan Miller Jewelers believes that each shopping experience is important – just like celebrating life’s special moments is – and Miller and his staff work hard to make sure every shopper is a satisfied customer. Have a piece of jewelry that needs repairs? Alan Miller’s master jeweler/ goldsmith is experienced in all phases of repair work, including repairs to platinum.

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Offices - Oregon: 419-690-8326 • Genoa: 419-855-8326 Dave Hymore: dhymore@first-fed.com or Brad Sander: bsander@first-fed.com First Federal Bank provides financial services that span well beyond the traditional deposit account and lending you would expect from a bank. With our Wealth Management Division and our affiliate First Insurance Group, we offer a full line of solutions that will accomplish all of your personal, business, insurance and investment needs.* We are proud to offer Mobile Banking with Mobile Deposit for both personal and business accounts along with Mobile Wallet solutions like Samsung Pay, Android PayTM and Apple Pay®. Each of our branches strengthens its respective community by supporting local initiatives, events and projects *Non-Bank Products are: Not FDIC Insured. Not a Deposit. May Lose Value. Not Guaranteed by the Bank. Not Insured by any Federal Government Agency.

through the investment of people and resources. We give each branch the flexibility to make decisions, employees to care for you and the communities they call home. We deliver superior customer service. We live and work in the communities we serve. Our lenders are also empowered to make local one-onone decisions cutting down on wait time so we can get you answers--fast. First Federal Bank has been honoring our commitments and acting with honesty, responsibility and integrity in all we do since the 1920s. We truly work to make our communities better… together.

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Amlin Auction, Jack Amlin 7860 Airport Highway, Toledo, OH 43528 419-867-7653 • www.amlinauctions.com Amlin Auction is a full-service auction company specializing in real estate auctions and liquidation. Jack Amlin knew he wanted to be an auctioneer from a young age. “Growing up in the farming community, I always enjoyed going to the auctions,” he says. Twenty-six years ago, he went to auction school, where he met his wife – a woman who shared his passion. “She worked at an auction company in Toledo; at that point we decided to start Amlin Auction,” he says. The couple’s sons Greg and Nick worked auctions at a very young age, and loved the family auction

business. Both work full-time in the business today. “We are the most complete auction company in Northwest Ohio, providing real estate auctions, as well as personal property, business liquidation and charity auctions,” Jack says. “With first- and secondgeneration auctioneers, we have the knowledge and experience to meet our clients’ needs, from the smallest real estate to the largest farm auction. “We take pride in providing family-friendly service to our clients,” Jack says, adding, “we are very excited about the new Danberry office in Bowling Green, located at 311 S. Main St.”

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Artistic Memorials 12551 Jefferson, Perrysburg, OH 43551 5552 Woodville Rd., Northwood, OH 43619 866-TOMBSTONE • artisticmemorials.net Jeff Pettit, a Certified Memorialist (one of about 110 in the United States and Canada) and graduate of the Monument Builders of North America Design Course, has been in the monument business for 35 years. He has spent the past 16 years building and growing his Perrysburgbased monument company, Artistic Memorials – the only full service monument company in Wood County. Jeff claims to have “stone dust in his blood” and enjoys the challenge of bringing granite to life. He expanded his business in 2013, opening a branch location in Northwood to serve Genoa, Oak Harbor, Lake Township and surrounding rural communities. He is a lifelong Lake Township resident, graduating from Lake/Penta schools. He has been active in the community for many years with Boy Scouts, coaching t-ball, softball and soccer. He is also active in the Perrysburg Kiwanis, as well as a mobile

meals volunteer for the Perrysburg Senior Center. Other memberships include the Perrysburg & Maumee Chamber of Commerce. Artistic Memorials offers a wide selection of cemetery monuments, along with stone signs for businesses and sub-divisions, address blocks, and boulders engraved with customer’s name or address. Cemetery lettering is also available. A cornerstone of the business is personalized service. Artistic Memorials is one of the few monument companies in the area that still does engraving inhouse. “My greatest satisfaction is helping someone design their memorial to honor their loved ones,” Jeff said. “With so many things in today’s society being ‘throw away,’ the product I deliver, to honor that person, will be there hundreds of years later for our ancestors to enjoy. “You can’t say that about too many products in today’s world.”

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Carolyn’s Catering - Sunrise Banquet Hall 1460 Woodville Road, Millbury, OH 43447 419-836-3606 • sunrisecarolyns.com Owned by sisters Carolyn and Mary, respectively, Carolyn’s Personalized Catering and Sunrise Park and Banquet Center have been partnering for more than 20 years to serve the community’s catering and banquet hall needs. Carolyn’s is the exclusive caterer for Sunrise, and also provides catering services at other venues throughout the Toledo area. Carolyn’s offers Dinners To-Go every Monday through Thursday from 4-6:30 p.m. Sunrise Park and Banquet Center offers clients convenient package pricing and a variety of menu choices that can be customized to fit any occasion or event, including hot and cold buffet items, a breakfast menu and more.

Clients can also count on Sunrise for event planning-services that cover everything from decorations to china. Carolyn’s and Sunrise can accommodate groups of all sizes and parties of all types, from breakfasts to corporate luncheons, and weddings to picnics. With ethnic menu items like chicken paprikas and Polish wedding dinners, and upscale grazing stations for grand openings and fundraisers, nearly all tastes can be satisfied. Together with their on-site event planners, the partnering companies can ease the stress of wedding planning and assist couples with customizing all details — coordinating the menu, linens, décor, bar and cake — to ensure for a memorable event.

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Bob’s Home Service Heating & Air Conditioning 3401 Woodville Rd., Ste. H, Northwood, OH 43619 419-243-6115

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Bob’s Home Service Heating & Air Conditioning has been family owned and operated since its opening in 1975. Founded by Bob Hays, the full service heating and air conditioning company looks out for its community, making sure each job is done right. Along with his wife, Oralane, Hays ran Bob’s Home Service until retirement in 2009. Now run by Hays’ daughters, Sherry Jones and Jaci Hays, customers still remain the priority. “We will always do the right thing when no one is looking,” says Jones. “We are not looking for a one-time deal, we are looking to make a lifelong

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client.” This philosophy goes beyond the family, having been adopted by Bob’s Home Service technicians as well. Kindness and honesty are important components of the company’s dynamic, which Bob Hays established. “I purchased the business so my parents could retire and have financial freedom, and the pleasure to come and go without any worries.” Jones states. Despite being retired, both Bob and Oralane Hays continue to be involved with the company. To date, Oralane still does all of the bookkeeping by hand.


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Gross Electric 2807 N. Reynolds Road, Toledo, OH 43615 419-537-1818

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Gross Electric was founded in 1910 by George J. (Joe) Gross, grandfather of the current owners. For three generations, Gross Electric has been helping individuals find the right lighting for their homes and businesses. “Our knowledge and experience are what set us apart from our competitors,” says Laurie Gross, president of Gross Electric. “We can tell you which products will work best for your application – something you won’t get from the internet.” According to Gross, customers often say, “I should have come here first!” after visiting their stores. Gross encourages customers to act upon this sentiment. “Whether a customer is searching for a specialty bulb, a

unique lighting fixture, or some expert advice, we can help them!” explains Gross. “If we don’t have what they need in stock, we can get it for them.” As the oldest independent, locally owned electrical distributor in the area, Gross Electric provides quality lighting and electrical supplies to residential, commercial, and institutional customers in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan. The company carries a wide variety of products, including wire, receptacles, light bulbs, lighting control systems, door and cabinet hardware, furniture, and of course, decorative lighting. The company has three locations: the main office in Toledo, and branches in Northwood and Ann Arbor.

Lake Erie Tree Service 7333 Jerusalem Road, Curtice, OH 43412 (Corner of SR 2 and N. Curtice Rd.) 419-707-2481 • lakeerietree.com Lake Erie Tree Service started with owners Jim Lowe and Dave Studer. With their reputation for quality work, they have grown the company into what it is today. The company’s “lime green” trucks are distinctive in their service area from Sandusky to Fostoria to Toledo, and anywhere in between. “We take pride in our work and our employees. Every day, no matter the job, our employees know that they represent Lake Erie Tree. Whether they are in the trucks driving, or working on the job, they all take pride in what we stand for – to do the highest quality of work in the safest and most efficient time allowed,” Lowe said. Lake Erie Tree runs multiple crews to get the jobs done. “We have a fleet

of vehicles that can handle any task thrown our way, and do the best to get all of our customers helped as soon as possible. The weather plays a big part in our services. If we get a storm that comes through or have heavy winds, it may push back our schedule. It is always helpful when the customer understands that,” Studer said. Services include tree removal and trimming, stump removal, mulch, firewood, land clearing, and crane service. New to Lake Erie Tree Service’s inventory are a selection of colored mulches in red, brown and black, all of which are locally grown and produced and are available for delivery. The 24-hour emergency number is 419-707-2481.

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Furniture Palace 2255 Navarre Ave., Oregon, OH 43616 • 419-214-0226 4419 Woodville Rd., Northwood, OH 43619 • 419-214-0977 www.FurniturePalaceToledo.com Furniture Palace has been locally owned and operated for 11 years. Owner Adam Taouil took the business over from his father, Mike, a few years after their original location on Central Avenue in Toledo opened. Taouil has since expanded the business, opening locations in Oregon and Northwood. Having grown up and residing in Oregon, Taouil noted that his community was lacking what he could provide – a locally owned furniture store offering a great selection and great deals. “I wanted to be able to be a part of the community and give back to it,” Taouil said of the decision to expand.

Furniture Palace offers a variety of furniture, ranging in style from contemporary to classic, for bedrooms, living rooms, dining rooms, home offices and kids’ rooms. Furniture Palace has recently expanded their Oregon location to include a large Clearance Center. Furniture Palace carries a number of name brands, including Ashley, Millennium, Benchcraft, Sierra Sleep, Coaster Furniture, Pulaski Furniture, Serta, Michael Amini, Jackson and Catnapper. Store staff members are dedicated to working with customers and their budgets. “No Credit Needed” financing and online lay-a-way are available.

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Parkcliffe Memory Care Community 3055 East Plaza Boulevard, Northwood, OH 43619 419-467-9153 • parkcliffe.com • liz@parkcliffe.com Bringing Life to Each Day

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Located in a quiet residential n neighborhood, Parkcliffe Memory C Care Community is truly unique, and tthe perfect place to call home for p people with Alzheimer’s disease and d dementia. Staffed by an experienced team o of caring professionals, Parkcliffe o offers residents the opportunity to llive happy, meaningful lives — doing tthe things they have always loved to do. In 2017, Parkcliffe added Assisted Living suites. Like its Memory Care residents, Assisted Living residents can enjoy meals and snacks in the dining room with friends and guests,

or privately at their leisure. Activities, social events, and trips around town for shopping and entertainment are a regular part of life at Parkcliffe. Because residents enjoy regular visits from their grandchildren and great-grandchildren, Parkcliffe recently added a play area for its little visitors. Parkcliffe also added a stylish new kitchen area available for both residents and families to enjoy. And, both ladies and gentlemen are enjoying the new styling salons located in every building. Please call to schedule a visit to see the Parkcliffe difference for yourself.

Tri County Tire 7511 Jerusalem Rd. • Oregon, OH 43616 419-836-7788 • tricountytire.com Tri County Tire, Inc., a tire dealer and automotive service center, serves Northwest Ohio’s farmers, businesses and everyday drivers. Originating in Curtice, Ohio, Tri County Tire, Inc. opened its doors at an old Canning Factory Quonset Hut in 1983. This location was used until 1993, when the shop and service center was relocated to its current location on State Route 2 in Oregon, where Tri County Tire, Inc. continues to welcome customers from local and surrounding communities. Since opening, Tri County Tire, Inc. has grown from 1 employee to 23. In 1995 a 5200 square foot addition created a much needed warehouse space, and in 2008 an 8,000 square foot building was added to give the company enough room to maximize its commitment to its customers. Tri County Tire, Inc. has also expanded into full mechanical service. Other specialty commercial services are provided as well, including urethane filling on commercial tires. Prepared for a wide customer base, Tri County Tire, Inc. has tires for personal

and recreational vehicles and those used in industries such as commercial, warehouse and construction, farm and agriculture and lawn and gardening. Tire tubes are available in addition to wholesale tires. Tri County Tire, Inc. stocks a number of popular tire brands, like Cooper, Michelin, Goodyear and Firestone. They also offer tire installation, retreading, balancing, rotations, TPMS repair and flat tire repair. Tire rotations are free with a tire purchase. Amongst Tri County Tire, Inc.’s full auto repair services are repairs for A/C and heating systems, belts and hoses, brakes, exhaust systems and engines. Tri County Tire, Inc. has mobile services too, including farm and commercial roadside service. They can pick up and deliver a vehicle for repair, and provide customers with free loaner cars. With its ASE Certified Mechanics, Tri County Tire, Inc. is prepared to provide the best service on all types of vehicles and welcomes the opportunity to serve area customers.

Compass Care Man Manageme agement nt LLC 860 Ansonia St. #6, Oregon, OH 43616 419-469-8909 • melinda@healthcare-advocates.org Ten years ago, Melinda Shinaver’s parents became Medicare eligible and found themselves overwhelmed by the insurance decisions that needed to be made, and had nowhere to turn for direction. This is what inspired her to reevaluate her agency, Compass Care Management, and begin specializing in Medicare insurance products. Offering no-obligation consultations, she provides assistance to those who are Medicare eligible by navigating the Medicare insurance enrollment process.

Shinaver also has 30 years of experience in the insurance industry, holding licenses in Ohio, Michigan, and Florida. As an independent agent, Shinaver has the flexibility to analyze the majority of carriers in the market and determine which product, among Medicare Supplement, Medicare Advantage, and Medicare Prescription Drug Plans, best meets each of her clients’ needs. Melinda Shinaver helps clients thoroughly understand their options in order to make the best choice for their individual situation.

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Otterbein Portage Valley 20311 Pemberville Road, Pemberville, OH 43450 419-833-8917 •www.otterbein.org/portage-valley Otterbein Portage Valley Senior Lifestyle Choices is a faith-based, five-star community of nearly 200 residents. The quiet campus, which is only a 20-minute drive from Perrysburg and Bowling Green, offers independent living villas and apartments, assisted living apartments and rooms, 24-hour skilled nursing, rehabilitation and respite care. This spring, Otterbein Portage Valley will have something in common with the Detroit Lions – the HydroWorx 300 Sport. The Lions use the underwater treadmill for the rehabilitation of their athletes, and

Otterbein Portage Valley residents will be able to take advantage of the state-of-the-art aquatic therapy by early April. The buoyancy of water eliminates up to 90 percent of a person’s body weight, thus allowing for the introduction of safe, therapeutic exercises shortly after an injury or surgery. The warm water reduces pain and increases range of motion. To learn more about Otterbein Portage Valley and its services call and talk to Geri or Lori. Schedule today and enjoy a free lunch along with a tour.

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