Startups face a number of legal issues ranging from business entity choice to legal compliance.
With this fact in mind, the Braintree Business Development Center is hosting a free seminar with business attorney Jack Stewart. More…
In October 2016, 1812Blockhouse focused one of the first posts in our “Landmarks of Mansfield” series on the Farmers Bank Building on Park Avenue West. More…
With just two weeks to go until Christmas Eve, many Mansfield area residents are still gift shopping for friends and family. Destination Mansfield has shared a number of suggestions for items you might consider close to home, right here in Richland County: More…
An overview of weekend events shared by Destination Mansfield – hover over image for video.
One of country music’s most popular touring bands, Sawyer Brown, will perform a concert at the Renaissance Theatre on January 6 at 8 PM. The concert is presented as a part of the Avita Health System Concert Series. Local country band, The DeVault Ridge Band, will open the show. More…
Have you seen this beautiful tree at the Mansfield Richland County Public Library – Main Library? Where else have you seen the holiday spirit popping up in Richland County? #RichlandIsHomeForTheHolidays photo credit :Jen Blue pic.twitter.com/Cocy9WEXRZ
— DestinationMansfield (@DestinationMans) December 8, 2017
The new SkillsUSA chapter at Mansfield Senior High School is expected to advance the Career Technical Education program and expand its ties to local business and industry.
All 241 juniors and seniors in the Career Tech program automatically are chapter members. The purpose and benefits of SkillsUSA membership will be outlined to juniors and seniors in two assemblies scheduled for Friday. More…
As the hustle and bustle of the holiday season continues in December, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) has several opportunities to make gift giving a little easier this year. Why not give the gift of the great outdoors? Consider giving a gift that will encourage family members and friends to spend time outside and enjoy the beauty and fun that nature in Ohio has to offer.
Ohio State Parks Gift Cards and Gift Certificates
An Ohio State Parks gift card or gift certificate (click to access) makes a perfect present for anyone who appreciates the great outdoors right here in the Buckeye State. Gift cards or gift certificates can be used at Ohio State Parks for overnight stays, allowing the recipient to enjoy a favorite state park or visit a new one! Gift cards or gift certificates may be redeemed for camping, getaway rentals, cabin rentals or in most of Ohio’s state park lodges. People may also use gift cards or gift certificates at state operated retail stores, for golfing at our six public courses at Ohio State Parks, or for boat rentals at many state park marinas. Available in any denomination and with no expiration date, gift cards and gift certificates may be purchased online at parks.ohiodnr.gov/giftcards. Gift cards may also be purchased at any state park office or by calling 866-644-6727.
Wild Ohio Magazine
The Wild Ohio Magazine (click to access) provides readers with an entertaining look into Ohio’s wildlife and conservation activities. The magazine is delivered six times per year, one of which is a calendar edition. The cost is $5 per year for those who purchase at a license vendor or online through the Ohio’s Wildlife Licensing System or $10 with a mail-in form. This subscription makes a great gift for people who love the outdoors.
Wildlife Gift Certificates
Gift certificates can be purchased through Ohio’s Wildlife Licensing System (click to access). Recipients can use the certificates to purchase licenses, permits, the Wild Ohio magazine and wetland and legacy stamps. Gift certificates can be purchased for any amount and are valid one year from the date of purchase. Wildlife gift certificates can only be purchased and redeemed online.
Buying and giving an Ohio Wildlife Legacy Stamp (click to access) allows wildlife enthusiasts the opportunity to directly impact the future of Ohio’s native wildlife. The stamp proceeds go to the Endangered Species and Wildlife Diversity Fund and support: habitat restoration; land purchases and conservation easements; endangered and threatened native species; educational products for students and wildlife enthusiasts; and wildlife and habitat research projects. The individual purchasing an Ohio Wildlife Legacy Stamp for $15 will receive a collectible stamp, window cling and commemorative card, and the stamps can be purchased at Ohio’s Wildlife Licensing System. Showing your Ohio Wildlife Legacy Stamp at eight state park lodges can earn a 25 percent discount on lodge rooms for weekday stays, and the stamp holder must be present to receive this coupon.