Week of September 8th, 2020
The last two weeks have been great for just getting outside and exploring nature close to home. Experiencing a bit of FOMO? It's not to late to climb on this wagon. Get in touch with Jen Swicker!
John's Usual Excuses & Apologies--

Short one this week. I hope that you all had a good, safe holiday weekend.

Not too much to report this week. I left the Huron County Board of DD's Frequently Asked Questions below. This will be the last week that we'll feature it, but feel free to let me know if you have a question that you'd like me to chase down with HCBDD for you.

We'd love to have some more pictures or videos to feature in these newsletters. If you would like to share, just email them to me at john@CLIsupports.com.
Kenilee Lanes is pulling fall/winter bowling leagues together. There are openings on the Seniors' day league, the Tuesday & Wednesday Men's leagues, and the Wednesday night and Thursday morning women's leagues. Cost is typically around $11 per week and it's lots of fun. Kenilee Lanes and all leagues will be following the State of Ohio's COVID guideline for non-contact sports. We'll be sanitizing between leagues and actively ventilating the inside with fresh outside air between leagues.

That's all I have for this week. Feel free to call me with questions or suggestions. Enjoy the tail end of summer-- and wash your hands!

Practice makes perfect! Woody carried Ms. Jamison in last week's Flip Cup Challenge as they beat the competition putting the Seminary Shakers ahead of both the East Side Elites & the 16W Brew Crew.

Next week's challenge is Beer (less) Pong, so if anyone has some skills honed that they want to lend . . .
CLI's virtual schedule:
Firelands Local LLC Update:

James Johnson
Ever seen the bucket shuffle?
From James Johnson, GM

I wanted to send an update for last week's drop off event in Sandusky.

Like Willard last week, it was very successful. In a different way though. Today there were 21 customers and each one was residential. This was an average of 1 person every 8.6 minutes. Although, there would be a line for about 15 minutes then nobody for the next 20 minutes. We collected 1600 pounds of material. We also had a request by someone who works at a local nursing home, to come back in the spring, but at their location. It was about 50% new people who have never used our service before. The other 50% were grateful they did not have to drive to Norwalk to drop off their documents to be destroyed.
A special thanks to Stu and the administration of the City of Sandusky for helping make this a success.
At this point -- the next municipal collection is scheduled is 9/21 in Monroeville. 

Any cities or villages that would like to schedule their own event, should call or email me.

Have a great week!

Who says there's NO FREE LUNCH? We know people--
The FREE Good Works Cafe will runs every Friday at 11:30 am until they run out of meals.
If you or a friend want a delicious meal but cannot get transportation, we can deliver to you for a $20 donation!

*Donations are accepted & 100% go to future Fridays.*

Spread the word!