By Staff Reports TLNinfo@civitasmedia.com
February 4, 2014
Snowy weather led some area orgnanizations to cancel or postpone their events:
•Allen County Board of Elections closed today. Filing deadline is now 4 p.m. Thursday.
•Allen County Emergency Management Agency's siren test at noon today cancelled.
•Allied Waste in Lima delays Wednesday pickups to Tuesday, pushes back garbage pickups remainder of the week.
•Bluffton Public Library closed today.
•Foot and Ankle Centers of Ohio in Lima, St. Marys and Sidney are closed today.
•Gypsy moth presentation in Findlay postponed.
•Heart Specialists of St. Rita closed Wednesday.
•Kidney and Hypertension Associates closed Wednesday.
•Klass Family Medicine closed Wednesday.
•GI Clinic (Drs. Ediger & Ciciora) closed Wednesday.
•Lima Mall opens at noon. Individual store hours may vary.
•Martin & Martz Family Medicine closed Wednesday.
•OP Pediatric Specialty Serv. closed Wednesday.
•Pulmonary Clinics (Dr Liggett) closed Wednesday.
•Soup Cook Off scheduled for Thursday at Maple Crest Senior Living Village postponed to Thursday, March 6.
•St. Rita's Cardiac Rehab classes are cancelled for Wednesday.
•St. Rita's Family & Sports Medicine closed Wednesday.
•St. Rita's Family Medicine Associates closed Wednesday.
•St. Rita's Mass for Wednesday morning is cancelled.
•St. Rita's Medication Managment (Coumadin) clinic is closed Wednesday.
•St. Rita's Occupational Health is closed Wednesday.
•St. Rita's Wound Care Services closed Wednesday, planning to reopen Thursday morning as scheduled unless roads are not clear.
•UNOH Family Medicine closed Wednesday.
•Waste Management pickups in Lima cancelled for Wednesday and will be picked up Thursday. Remainder of the week will be serviced on a one-day delay.
•West Ohio Food Bank closed Wednesday. Attempted food deliveries and pickups on Monday and Tuesday, rescheduling others for Thursday and Friday. Plans to reopen for regular business hours Thursday.
•Whole Health Dentistry closed Wednesday. Office will contact people to reschedule appointments once workers return to office.