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Tiffin, Ohio – Every year, almost 33,000 people are killed in motor vehicle crashes. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), car crashes are the leading cause of death from ages four through 30 years. Reineke’s Tiffin Ford Lincoln wants to encourage the community to drive safe by always wearing their seat belts.
Reineke’s Tiffin Ford Lincoln is bringing the facts and statistics about vehicle safety to the Seneca county community on Thursday, May 26, 2016 from 4pm-7pm at Reineke’s Tiffin Dealership – 2020 W. St. Rt. 18. The event will include Local Law Enforcement vehicles on display with facts and statistics, as well as K9 Officer and partner demonstrations, car seat safety checks from the Tiffin Fire Dept., Ford vehicle safety demonstrations, Rodney Biggert as the magician, coloring area for children, and a children’s bicycle rodeo to learn about bike safety. Food will be provided by Reineke Family Dealerships and Jolly’s Drive-In as well as free missing child ID kits, and pledge forms to always buckle up.
Reineke Family Dealerships would like to spread the importance of seat belt safety and to encourage everyone to always wear their seat belts. “We’re excited to host such an important event in our community as well as partnering with local organizations to help promote seat belt usage,” said Greg Dell, Marketing Manager at Reineke Family Dealerships. To participate in this exciting event, please visit Reineke’s Tiffin Ford Lincoln at 2020 W. St. Rt. 18 between 4pm-7pm on Thursday, May 26.


The annual Veterans Picnic For Hope and Opportunity will be held Thursday, May 26, 2016 from 10am to 2pm at the Seneca County Opportunity Center, 780 E CR 20, Tiffin.
The event is for the individuals served by the Seneca and Sandusky County Boards of Developmental Disabilities and is hosted by the Veterans Posts of Seneca and Sandusky Counties. The Boards provide educational and vocational services to residents with developmental disabilities. Participating organizations include the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Amvets, Vietnam Veterans of America, Military Order of the Cooties, Legion Riders, 40 & 8, and the Marine Corps League as well as their Women's Auxiliaries, Sons of the American Legion, Sons of Amvets and Dads of Foreign Service Veterans. 
In addition, many area businesses support this event. This year's picnic will serve over 450 traditional picnic lunches. In addition, there will be face painting, rides, games, a DJ and more. Volunteers are always needed and welcome. For more information, call 419-435-8302.


The last of the spring wildflowers finally bloom and spring bird migration is at its peak during the month of May.  Each week progresses with a changing view of the seasons from spring to summer.  Join Hancock Park District Natural Resource Coordinator Sarah Betts and Natural Resource Assistant Bob Sams in the Environmental Stewardship & Monitoring opportunities planned this month. 
For more information about the following opportunities, contact Sarah Betts at or at 419-424-1555.  All Environmental Stewardship & Monitoring are based on appropriate weather conditions, so please call or e-mail if weather is questionable to confirm that monitoring will be occurring on the designated days.
Bird Monitoring – Saturday, May 7 at 12 PM.  Meet at Riverbend Recreation Area, Shelter 3 located at 16618 TR 208, off SR 568, east of Findlay.  
Bird Monitoring – Friday, May 13 at 1 PM.  Meet at Aeraland Recreation Area, Shelter located at 1141 TR 243, Fostoria.  Come join us for our monthly surveys of bird life in the Hancock Park District.  All skill levels welcome. Hiking distances and times will vary; be prepared for weather, ground conditions, and at least 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 hours on the trails.  Children under 16 years of age should be accompanied by an adult.  Remember to bring your binoculars!
Wildflower Monitoring – Wednesdays, May 4, 11, & 18 at 1 PM.  Meet at Litzenberg Memorial Woods, Gatehouse located at 6100 US RT 224, west of Findlay.   
Wildflower Monitoring – Thursdays, May 5, 12, & 19 at 1 PM.  Meet at Oakwoods Nature Preserve, Richard S. “Doc” Phillips Discovery Center located at 1400 Oakwoods Lane, off CR 144, west of Findlay.  Binoculars, camera, and wildflower ID book welcome.  Be prepared for at least 1 ½ to 2 ½ hours on the trails.  Recommended for participants 12 years and up.
Habitat Restoration - Tuesday, May 24 from 6 PM - 7:30 PM 
Habitat Restoration - Wednesday, May 25 from 6 PM - 7:30 PM.  For all Habitat Restorations, meet at Oakwoods Nature Preserve, Richard S. “Doc” Phillips Discovery Center located at 1400 Oakwoods Lane, off CR 144, west of Findlay.  Tools will be provided for invasive species removal.  Register by the day before at 419-425-7275, so you may be contacted in case of weather cancellation.  Participants should bring gloves and dress for the weather.  
For more information about these opportunities or other upcoming park programs and events, view the HPD Seasonal Program & Event Guide at under the “What’s New” section, visit our park “Calendar,” or call the park office at 
419-425-PARK/7275 and Discover Your Hancock Parks. 



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