Angeline School and Industries

11028 County Highway 44, Upper Sandusky, Ohio 43351 (419) 294-4901

Mar

26

APRIL ANGELINE HAPPENINGS

By Jenny

April 2 – Angeline School Closed – students return April 3

April 6 – Wyandot County Preschool Play-based Assessment, Angeline School, 8:30-12:30.  Contact Kim Pachis, Preschool Supervisor, for more information at 419-447-2927.

April 7 – Family Connect & Share:  Sensory Friendly Showing of the Movie: Ferdinand, 1-3pm, Star Theater at 121 W Wyandot Avenue, Upper Sandusky.  For more information or to reserve your tickets, contact Camille Swartz at 419-294-4901 or Paula Frey at 419-294-3445.

April 16 – Adult Services Spring Dance, 5-8pm at Angeline Gym (16 years of age and older).  Contact Lyneen Reinschell at 419-294-4901 by April 11th to make a reservation.  Dinner is $5 payable at the door and DJ Tom Kromer will be providing music from 6-8pm.

April 19 – Wyandot County Board of DD Board Meeting, 7:30 pm

**NEW** April 19 – “Pathways through Autism”, 5:30-8:30pm at North Central Ohio ESC, 928 W Market Street, Tiffin.  The event is sponsored by Seneca Autism Learning & Support Association (SALSA).  Keynote speaker is Tyler Aldrich and there will be several breakout sessions presented by additional speakers.  For more information contact Sandy Hallett, SALSA/Parent Mentor, at 419-618-0687.

**NEW** April 21 – Angeline Industries Community Shred Day from 9-11am at Angeline School & Industries.  First 10 pounds are free and over 10 pounds invoiced at $.24/pound.  Wyandot County residents only.  Please no businesses or companies.

**NEW** April 21 – Family Fun Fair from 10am-12pm at Upper Sandusky High School.  This event is geared toward children birth to 8 years old and must be accompanied by a parent. Sponsored by Wyandot County Agencies serving young children and for more information call 419-294-6408.

**NEW** April 23 – Wyandot County Special Olympics fundraiser at Chipotle, 596 W Market Street, Tiffin from 4-8 pm.  Be sure to let your wait staff know you are supporting the athletes so that 50% of all proceeds will benefit Wyandot County Special Olympics.

 

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