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 Oak Harbor Public Library

Coffee with Mayor Quinton Babcock:  Tuesday, January 7 at 6 pm & Wednesday, January 8 at 2 pm

How to use Smart Phones  Friday, January 10 at 1 pm  Instructors from Goodwill Industries

Make your own Journal  Tuesday, January 14 at 6 pm  (Adults only please)

Self Defense Class w/ Jeff Behm  Saturday, January  18   10 am to 12 pm

Learn to Play Mah Jong  Tuesdays, January 21, 28, February 4 & 11 at 4 pm    Hour long classes, each class will build

on the one before.

Cozy Mystery Book & Food Group  Wednesday, January 22nd at 6 pmM

Puzzle Exchange  Saturday, January 25 10 am to 2 pm Bring in used puzzles in good condition starting January 11th and pick up new to you puzzles on Jan 25


BCS/OAK HARBOR FOOD PANTRY (located at St. Paul UCC) donations for January are: cereal, coffee, diapers, cleaning supplies. Bins are located by the handicap ramp.

 

OTTAWA COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS is looking for men & women to work at the polls on election days. To be a precinct election official, you must be a registered voter in Ottawa County and in good health, as some lifting and standing is required and the work day is long. Training classes are offered before every election  and you can choose in which precincts you prefer to work.  Our county has 36 precincts and 18 polling locations, from Genoa to Marblehead. Precinct election officials are paid to attend training and for working on Election Day. Please contact Karen McTague at 419-898-3092.

                

PROJECT READ is free literacy instruction customized to the needs of adults in Sandusky, Ottawa & Seneca counties.  Trained volunteer tutors work one-on-one or in small groups to help adults who read at low-levels to become more proficient.  To receive help or volunteer as a tutor, please call 419-455-1072 or email: nwohioprojectread@gmail.com.