Norwalk Furniture's latest, job postings, Gallery of Success and more

A look at what's news on the local social networking scene.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Dec 15, 2012

See Norwalk Furniture’s latest

Benton Barnwood Collection:The wood to make these tables are repurposed from beautiful barns throughout Holmes County, Ohio that were built more than 100 years ago! Benton gets it's name from the small village where the reclaimed barn wood originates.

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.530093663667519.127979.127410240602532&type=1

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Willard area jobs among 100 posted

http://www.ohiojobdaddy.com/100-open-positions-starting-soon-spherion-staffing-services-willard-oh-46045.html?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=100-open-positions-starting-soon-spherion-staffing-services-willard-oh&utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

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‘Shop with a Cop’ still taking donations

Despite some nasty telemarketers they’ve contracted with for help, the local FOP lodge is still taking donations for it’s “Shop with a Cop” program - and they may be mailed directly to: FOP #185 (make check out to this), % Jim Ross, PO Box 348, Wakeman, OH 44889. To verify this - you may contact Jim at 1-800-686-7443. http://www.facebook.com/williamsnta/posts/4587692021713

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EHOVE adds pair to Gallery of Success

This year’s inductees joined 332 other individuals in the gallery.   To see ceremony photos and find out more about the inductees, go to www.EHOVE.net.

Rick Bryant -  Class of 1990, Monroeville HS  -  Auto Tech Program; Richard Bodey  -  Class of 2004, Bellevue HS  -  Computer Network Tech Program

http://www.ehove.net/news/4/339/

 

Comments

earlduck

shop with a cop is too good of a program to be ruined by telemarketers,please FOP
find Volunteer callers to do this important work,I have given for the last two years and love to donate to this charity I definitely don't want to see it get a bad name,