Dellner, Uible to Lead Friends of Scouting
John Uible, Friends of Scouting clipping Jan-Feb 2002
NEWARK - Local bankers James P. Dellner and John B. Uible will lead the Community Friends of Scouting campaign for the Licking District, Simon Kenton Council in 2002.
James Dellner is Assistant Vice President and Trust Officer at Park National Bank. Dellner has worked in the financial services industry in Newark for over 20 years. Dellner is a graduate of Denison University and holds an MBA degree from Miami University. He has served on the boards of the Newark and Licking County Chamber of Commerce and Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Licking County, where he also served two terms as president of the board. Dellner, an Eagle Scout, has been a Scouting leader and volunteer in various capacities. Dellner is a member and past president of the Newark Rotary Club.
John Uible is Assistant Vice President and Trust Officer for Park National Bank. He has served as a personal trust administrator in the bank's Trust Department for 20 years of his 22 years at Park National. Uible is also a Denison University graduate. He has served on the boards of the Newark Public Library and the Institute of Industrial Technology. Uible is a past board member and board president of Family Counseling Services. He has been a Newark High School Call to College volunteer. Uible is an Eagle Scout and serves as a Scouting volunteer. He is a former Finance Chair of the Licking District of the Boy Scouts of America.
The Community Friends of Scouting campaign provides an opportunity for individuals and businesses to provide financial support for Scouting. Along with the Family Friends of Scouting campaign, which is run through Boy Scout troops, Cub Scout packs, and other Scouting units throughout the county, and the annual golf outing, the Community Friends of Scouting campaign is one of three major annual fundraisers for the Licking District of the Simon Kenton Council, Boy Scouts of America.
Other old news from the Our Town newspaper that week:
- Virginia Artz, an original member of the Hebron Historical Society, will present a program on the "The History of the Hebron Library"
- Nutcracker Family Restaurant in Pataskala has a Tuesday and Friday all you eat special
- The Licking county YWCA in Newark sold their building, 140 W. Church St., at public auction for $270,000, and officially ceased operation.
- Financial tips for newlyweds includes these tips: communicate, track finances, realistic budgeting, debt reduction, manage credit, pay yourself first, and take advantage of savings opportunities.