Well tomorrow is Thanksgiving day. A very American holiday. A time to pause and give thanks for all we have been blessed with as Americans. For a strong and free government blessed with divine providence from God. So take a moment and be thankful.It could be worse. We could actually have a horrible economy and owe the nation to a Communist country. (Oh wait we do!) Well at least we have a President who puts his country before his own ego. One that will support his troops and let them know that , he has their back. (OH what?
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Ottawa Hills Village Council Meeting
Monday, Nov. 23th - 7:30 pm
at Ottawa Hills Elementary School Gym
The location for the next Village Council meeting on Monday, Nov. 23rd at 7:30 pm, will be the gymnasium at the Ottawa Hills Elementary School, which is located at 3602 Indian Road. The meeting location will provide more space for interested citizens who wish to attend.
A hot meal delivered to victims after a disaster. Blood when it is needed most. Shelter when there is nowhere else to turn. These are just some of the ways the selfless gifts from our community are put to work through the American Red Cross. The lifesaving mission of the Red Cross is possible because of individuals like you and we are privileged to provide gifts that save the day for families in our community. Thank you for your compassion, generosity and volunteer spirit. Thanks for giving.
American Red Cross
Northwest Ohio Regional Director
Should the Toledo Blade Continue To Print In "Today's Log" Dogs Killed and Dogs Adopted at the Lucas Co Dog Pound
Would You Vote For Someone Other Than Pete Gerken and Tina Skeldon Wozniak Based Solely On Their Refusal To Fire the Dog Warden
Let’s get together and put together the plan to be an effective Community organizing group for the 2010 elections and beyond. The Parties have been doing this for years, now it is time for WE The People to rally the troops.
*Tired of having to vote for the lesser of two evils?
*Tired of seeing your voice have no effect?
*Wondering how has hijacked our country and where are we heading?
*Wondering how do we stop it?
*Do you think you are alone in having these questions?
Toledo, Ohio. The Northwest Ohio Chapter of Miami University Alumni Association announces a special wine tasting event for alumni, family and friends. We will sample five wines (two white and three red) and enjoy appetizers of antipasto, assorted cheeses and crackers, hummus, bruschetta, spinach artichoke dip, stuffed mushrooms, Swedish meatballs, fresh fruit, artisan breads and dessert petit fours.
DATE: Monday, November 23, 2009
TIME: 6:00 pm
PLACE: Manhattan’s Restaurant
1516 Adams Street
Toledo, Ohio 43604
Just sent little brother a message of congrats on his re-election to Maumee City Council. While I no longer reside in Maumee I know that they strive to excell there.
Tom Waniewski: I invite you to attend the first public information meeting on the new automated trash pick up. I am happy to have snagged the first public meeting in our district to inform residents who may still have questions about the new program. I've been trying to hit as many block watches as possible to answer questions, but I know there are likely more questions still out there. Residents don't have to live in District 5 to attend, so invite your neighbors. The informational meeting will be Thursday, November 19th at 6 p.m. at Aldersgate Church on Douglas and Sylvania.
Larry Elder Approves this Message: Featuring James "The ACORN Shaker" O'Keefe and Buddy Sosthand. Zo's in there somewhere too!
Toledo Wines and Vines blog is a new blog focused on wines of Northwest Ohio.
The purpose, from the site is to:
Keeping you in touch with the Toledo, Ohio, area wine scene, providing information on wine tasting and events and sharing tasting notes and travel exploits.
If you are interested in wines looks like they have the start of a good blog. Check them out at:
It appears that there are too many special interest groups involved in the educational process. Rather than an honest examination of what the playing field is and what has a chance of working, too much time and resources are wasted in trying to do "things right" as defined by a bureaucratic system. Too many resources are also wasted through trying to "win public debates" that are already lost. A system that constantly needs to respond to whatever made the news in The Blade yesterday cannot spend it's resources on the core mission.
The University of Toledo Alumni Association is sponsoring a perch fishing trip with Tom on Saturday, October 17. The trip is coordinated by Sassy Sal Charters and departs from the Jefferson Street Pier, 40 Jefferson Street, in downtown Port Clinton at 7:30 a.m. sharp.
We will fish and socialize until 2:30 p.m., leaving in plenty of time to catch the 7 p.m. kick-off in the Glass Bowl against Northern Illinois.
“Green” enthusiasts interested in expanding their knowledge about green energy are invited to participate in Green Energy Ohio’s seventh annual Ohio Solar Tour Oct. 3-4.
“Solar Tours” in 91 communities and 166 sites throughout Ohio will showcase solar, wind, biomass and energy efficiency working for homes, businesses, farms, public buildings and utilities.
Jason Hickey gives us all something to think about with the following Tweet:
Newark, N.J. Toledo will trade you Carty Finkbeiner & The Mudhens for Cory Booker. No deal? Fine, take the TV rights to Coffee w The Fords.
Thank you Jason for wondering what we can do to rid ourselves of these scourges :) Maybe we can ask more cities? Offer a two for one?
Contractor and subcontractors give back to community,
Help family facing debilitating illnesses
Ridge Stone Builders and Developers along with nearly 30 of its subcontractors are building a special house for a special family in a very short period of time. The builders and subcontractors are donating their services.
Paul and Nicole Martinez of Sylvania will soon have to face life in wheelchairs.
This year's Diocese of Toledo Red Mass will be celebrated by His Excellency, Bishop Leonard P. Blair STD at Rosary Cathedral on Sunday September 27, 2009 at 11:00 am. This will be the third annual Red Mass, and it will be a bit different from the last two. First, it will fulfill the Sunday obligation of Roman Catholics (the last two Masses were on Thursday nights). Second, the dinner program with featured speaker will be replaced by a coffee-and-doughnuts social after Mass in the auditorium. Third, the annual Jack Schlageter Award (JSA) will be presented at the end of Mass by Bishop Blair.