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D & D Total Repair moves to Tiffin

20180719_130245.jpegThe former Fort Ball RV location at 582 N. Sandusky St. in Tiffin has a new tenant. D & D Total Repair is a full service auto and mechanical repair shop and 24 hour roadside assistance and towing service covering all of Seneca County.

While the business is not new to Seneca County, it is to Tiffin. David and Alicia Hess started their business in Bloomville in 2015. They made the move to Tiffin when their business became a AAA provider for the entire county, in order to be more centrally located. With the move, they have taken on another mechanic and a couple additional drivers.

If you haven’t seen their new shop on the north side of town, you have may have seen their brightly colored, puzzle piece covered truck spreading autism awareness around the county.

For more information or to schedule service, call 419-983-4010.

Downtown Tiffin businesses offer “Trick or Treat”

Downtown Trick or TreatA new Tiffin Halloween event, the 1st Annual Downtown Trick or Treat is slated for Friday, Oct. 30 from 3:30-5 p.m. More than 60 businesses, organizations and offices all over downtown Tiffin will be opening their doors to provide candy to children. Afterward, Tom Rodgers Flowers will have cider and donuts for adult trick or treaters from 5-6 p.m.

Organizer Yolanda Gonzales got the idea from a similar event in Owensboro, KY, where she used to live. “It was a win for the community, businesses got positive exposure, kids got candy, caretakers learned more about their community and it was daylight. I found myself entering business that I would not normally go into – it was a wonderful way to meet businesses in town – also meet the people who own the businesses and  people who work there,” she said. “So, I contacted Mr. Montz with the idea and he said it was a great idea – but he needed someone to coordinate it.  I volunteered.”

Gonzales was greeted with excitement and enthusiastic responses from downtown businesses and hopes to make this an annual event. “The owners of Cabin Creations said they used to do this downtown – but no one else remembers.  I hope this becomes a new tradition for Tiffin.”

The following organizations are scheduled to participate, as well as businesses displaying a flyer in the window during the event:

If you have a downtown business, organization or office and would like to join the fun, contact Yolanda Gonzales at yolanda.gonzales4@gmail.com.

This is only one of the many events taking place over the next two weeks. Other upcoming community Halloween events include: