THE 25th ANNUAL BENEFIT GOLF OUTING
The 25th Annual BENEFIT GOLF OUTING sponsored by Portage Industries, Inc. is scheduled for Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at Windmill Lakes Golf Club
. Golfer openings are still available. See the attached Golfer Notification Brochure
. There are still opportunities for Event Co-Sponsorship and Corporate Sponsorships. Hole sponsorships are available for as little as $50.00. See the attached Sponsor Brochure
. Prize and gift basket donations are being accepted through Wednesday, July 13.
PROCEEDS FROM THE BENEFIT GOLF OUTING WILL HELP SUPPORT AND FUND FUTURE LEVY CAMPAIGNS.
YOUR SUPPORT IS APPRECIATED!
The Ohio DD Council’s Bidder’s Conference is Coming in August!
Are you interested in applying for a DD Council grant? If so, register for one of two Bidder’s Conferences to be held in Columbus and Byesville Ohio.
To register and learn more about the grants, please go to the following link:
The deadline is July 22, 2016. So register today!!
The Ability Center - Third Annual Ohio day at the Range and Outdoor Adventure Fair
September 24, 2016
Free event for people with disabilities and disabled veterans!
All ages welcome!
For more details, download the following flyer:
Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) Survey
As a component of the Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) development process, the Hospital Council of Northwest Ohio (HCNO) is implementing a Quality of Life online survey via SurveyMonkey.
The survey is a tool used to measure overall perceptions of the Portage County community among all community members.
Here is the survey link:
The Portage County Flashes and Thunder teams recently advanced to the state playoffs.
The Thunder defeated the Medina County Blue Streaks and the Lake County Cougars in the first two rounds and then bowed out of the playoffs in the third round in a close game to the Cuyahoga Mayfield Lancers. The Flashes came into the tournament as a big underdog but won two playoff games by defeating Murray Ridge #2 in the first round and the Stark DD Bulldogs in the second round. The Flashes fell to the Medina Flash in the regional championship game. All of the players, coaches and cheerleaders gave their best effort and proudly represented Portage County in a great way.