I'd like to thank Riehm Farms, DK Precision Trenchers, U.S. Congressman Jim Jordan and everyone who came out for the Town Hall Meet and Greet yesterday.
I'd like to thank U.S. Congressman Jim Jordan, Speaker of the Ohio House William Batchelder, Hal Hawk and everyone who helped make my fundraiser successful last night.
I attended the Garlo Park Octoberfest and took this picture of John Arnold, Dan Reineke, and Carl Miller. This is the 10th year of this great fall event.
I'd like to congratulate Leverne Burns and Burns Electric on celebrating their 50th anniversary of quality sales and service!
I had a pleasure speaking at the Sandusky County Candidate Forum last night. I would like to thank Vanguard-Sentinel Career and Technology Center and the Sandusky County Chamber of Commerce for hosting and sponsoring this event.
Thanks to everyone who came out to the Seneca County Republicans' Hog Roast and Auction!
I'd like to thank everyone who walked both in the Tiffin Heritage Festival Parade and the Clyde Country Fair Parade!
In honor of the off week at Fremont Speedway, here are some of the pictures from my time at the track last weekend.
I would like the Fremont Lions Club and Mr. Harry Sargeant for inviting me and allowing me to speak at their meeting.
I support Tiffin University and higher education in general. The following dedication was for Tiffin University's Murphy Academic Support Center.
Fostoria Mayor Eric Keckler, former State Rep. and current State Treasurer Robert Sprague and me inspecting the inside of a big rig at Bowling Transportation Inc. in Fostoria.
Great coffee this morning from Our Town's Brewin', I appreciated the invite to the Clyde Scope Meeting.
Great day out at the Sandusky County Fair with Brian Brown, Peg Rettig, Irene Fry and Bryce Riggs!
Did you know? Tiffin and Fostoria had an abundance of natural gas that allowed them the opportunity to blow glass. Don't miss out on Tiffin's History, stop in at the Tiffin Glass Museum like I was able to for their ribbon cutting yesterday. (25 South Washington Street)
The Tiffin Tomorrow Committee of Mitch Felton, David Zak, Amy Reinhart, Dale Depew, Anne Gase and me working on Pizza Palooza, Jazz Festival and other events.
I enjoyed speaking with everyone at the Sandusky County Republican's Dinner last night.
I'd like to thank everyone who came out to the Seneca County Fair this past week. It was a pleasure speaking with everyone!
Thanks to everyone who came out to the Seneca County Fair today! I'll be in the Seneca County Republicans Tent for Senior Citizens Day tomorrow.
I'd like to thank WTOL and Jerry Anderson for my recent interview as part of the Leading Edge Program.
It was beautiful day to celebrate our independence! I spent my morning in Fremont for their Fourth of July Parade and then I spoke at a rally afterwards
"Small Town Strong and Proud" Recognizing Bellevue's Small Businesses
Barb Spitler and I are co-chairs of the Ritz Theatre capital campaign, Arts Alive! We attended the mayor's proclamation on April 9 at the Ritz.
Stopped by the 5k color run for Pontifex in Fremont on Saturday, April 5th.
Mark Levans opened The Paper Store last week, another great downtown business in Tiffin.
Two lambs two hours apart with the youngest an hour old from a farm near Green Springs.
Attended a "positive people" presentation in Fremont this week with guest speaker Mike Herbert on having personal passion and personal influence on the lives we touch and the things we do.
Back into the woods to see how maple syrup is made. Great pancakes and sausage from the Snavely's Sugar Shack in Republic, Ohio.
Pictured Above: Mayor Montz, Bill Reineke and Dale Depew at the North Central Ohio Council of Governments Annual Meeting.
Job creation cannot be stressed enough as they are what keeps our economy rolling. We need to work on helping our current employers retain jobs and grow.
Pictured Above: A few members of the Ritz Theatre Capital Campaign Committee. Beautifully restored theaters like the Ritz in Tiffin and Paramount Cinema and Strand Concert Theatre in Fremont are vital to our communities.
Pictured Above: Justice Kennedy and Bill Reineke at a Rotary Club Meeting
Creating jobs, proven leadership, and finding solutions to tough problems.