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Grateful Embrace will be held November 9. Applicator of the year nominations due November 11.

| November 5, 2013

Grateful Embrace November 9 in Rittman and Dayton

The Annual Grateful Embrace will be held on November 9 in Rittman at the Ohio Western Reserve Cemetery and in Dayton at the Dayton National Veterans Cemetery.  OLCA, ONLA and the Ohio Western Reserve Cemetery will partake in the annual community service of beautifying the hallowed grounds and you can participate in this special event as well.  Contact Lori Landry at llandry@offinger.com if you would like to sign up or click here for more details.

OLCA 2013 Applicator of the Year Nominations Deadline November 11


Applications will be accepted until November 11, 2013 for the OLCA Applicator of the Year. Winners will be announced by email prior to the OLCA Annual Meeting taking place December 3 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center.

Nominees must be employed with an OLCA member company to be considered and must be nominated by a company owner, manager or supervisor. Nominees must have proof of a state of Ohio license with a minimum of two years experience. Applications are located on the OLCA website in the "Members" tab or call the OLCA office at 800-510-5296.  Applications must be received on or before November 11.

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