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WSPD town hall health care forum

WSPD and other sponsors have rescheduled their original meeting which was supposed to happen last week. They will be presenting both sides of the debate. Health care professionals, business owners and insurance reps will be on hand to discuss both sides of the debate. Elected officials from Ohio and southeast Michigan have been invited, but we do not know who has confirmed. Marcy Kaptur will not be in attendance, according to Brian Wilson this afternoon.
http://www.meetup.com/The-children-of-liberty/calendar/11276746/

Public forum with YMCA leadership

Dear Y supporter;

This is the meeting you have been waiting for!!!

Public Forum w/YMCA leadership

Wed. September 16th - 7:00 pm

Teamsters Local 20 • 435 Hawley St.

(South Ave. and the Anthony Wayne Trail)

Don't miss this opportunity to get answers. The YMCA leadership will be attending this meeting. This is an opportunity to speak out! Make your voice heard. Let the Y leadership know how much you care about a YMCA presence in all communities throughout Toledo.

Never Forget, Always Remember...to Commemorate 9-11-01

Do you remember what you were doing that day? When our country changed forever? When our world would never be the same?

This undeniable American tragedy on our soil should be remembered year in and year out, to remember how people died that day because, in fact, they represented everything that America stands for.

Response requested from Superintendent Foley - second request

Via e-mail from Steven Flagg:

For your information. Responses from John Foley to the original questions regarding the Scott auction are included in the text below. The auctions of TPS property have raised many questions within the Toledo community. Did they follow state law? Did we receive fair value for the property sold at these auctions? Why were property appraisals not completed for Scott and other auctions?

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: [Fwd: Re: Responses to your questions]
Date: Wed, 02 Sep 2009 12:24:56 -0400
From: Steven Flagg
To: John Foley

Mr. Foley,

St. Andrew’s Hosts Pork Chop Feast to Benefit Outreach Programs

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church hosts a Pork Chop Feast and jewelry sale to benefit the parish’s community outreach programs. Chops are cooked over charcoal and catered by Grandma’s Backyard BBQ, Port Clinton. The public is welcome.

Date: Saturday, September 12, 2009

Time: 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Place: 2770 West Central (between Secor and Douglas)
entrance ot Parish Hall from parking lot on
Chollett Drive

Admission includes one pork chop, baked potato, green beans, coleslaw, applesauce and dessert.
Adults - $10

DeeDee's Talk of the Township

Greetings!

This issue of my Township Update will focus on the work and priorities of the Public Works Department - road repaving, leaf pickup, flooding/drainage, etc.

Helping Planned Pethood

Just a quick plug for a worthy cause, Planned Pethood. The group - which is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded over 30 years ago - has a goal of reducing the overpopulation and suffering of dogs and cats through educational programs as well as low-cost spay/neuter programs. Planned Pethood also rescues, vets, and places adoptable dogs and cats into good permanent homes.

Councilman Tom Waniewski's August 2009 Newsletter

A Nuisance or Not

What is the best nonsense topic to drown out nonsense posters?

Maumee Republican Club makes a comeback

If you did not already hear, the Maumee Republican Club is back and looking to build their ranks.

For more information, please see their Facebook page:
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=112554288300&ref=mf

or their Web site:
http://maumeerepublicanclub.org

Their mission:
The Maumee Republican Club is a group of individuals that are committed to encouraging and promoting Republican candidates and ideals throughout Maumee, Ohio.

Voice of America profiles Salmenna Sedique

Voice of America is profiling Salmenna Sedique and her new role as president of the Masjid Saad Islamic Center.
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Some in the West have long held negative stereotypes toward the Islamic faith, particularly when it comes to the role of women. But if one woman in Toledo, Ohio has her way, that is about to change. She was recently elected president of a local Islamic center. She oversees the operations of a community center, school, and mosque, including the activities of the Imam. Her goal is to show the non-Muslim world that women of Islam can do and achieve anything they want.

Jazz in the Garden

I have a brief review of tonight's Jazz in the Garden featuring the Toledo Jazz Orchestra, but just a reminder that there are only two concerts left in the series:

* August 13: Vocalist Ramona Collins
* August 20: Los Gringos

Tickets are $7 each, and you can bring your own cooler plus folding chairs or a blanket for a relaxing and entertaining evening.

"Lost Emerald World" (Hocking Hills, Ohio)

Tour of Scott High School, July 28, 2009

Before the renovation of Scott High School begins, the district is planning
to offer tours of the school to Scott alumni and area residents. Scott High
School principal, Ms. Treva Jeffries, will conduct two guided tours next
Tuesday, July 28th. Anyone interested in participating in one of the tours
is asked to park in the back lot of the school and meet in the cafeteria.
The morning tour will begin at *10 a.m.* and the afternoon tour will begin
at *1:30 p.m*.

Grand Tetons Slideshow by David Ben-Ariel

4th Annual Toledo Scott High Alumni Bulldog Picnic

The Classes of 1986 and 1987 have teamed up again for this year's *4th
Annual Bulldog Alumni Picnic*!!

Sunday, August 16th at Ottawa Park in Toledo, Ohio.

B.Y.O.P. = Bring Your Own PICNIC!

A DJ and a live reggae band will be performing.

Donations, talent, vendors and performers are all welcome!

There is a PSA on 95.7 and ads are in the community calendars of our urban
newspapers.

4th Annual Toledo Scott High Alumni Bulldog Picnic: August 16th, 2009

Time????

Smoke on the Water 2009 - Updated

7/23 Update:
Smoke on the Water - Ribs for the Red Cross Entertainment Headlined By
Presidents of the United State of America and Chuck Wicks

Song of Toledo Winners, Mayoral Candidates Part of Event

The largest ribs event in northwest Ohio, the 2009 Columbia Gas Smoke on
the Water - Ribs for the Red Cross, proudly announces their full
entertainment schedule.

In addition to national headliners Presidents of the United States of
America and Chuck Wicks, Smoke on the Water features Toledo's Mayoral
candidates on Saturday afternoon starting at 3 p.m. Each candidate will

August Friends of Library book sale

Brown Bag Concerts
Authors! Authors!
Summer Reading Club Programs
Local branch activities
Levy Campaigns

2009 Friends of the Library Book Sales

Reynolds Corners Shopping Center,
1301 Reynolds Road (southwest corner of Reynolds Road and Dorr Street).

August 6, 7, 8

Thurs. noon-4 p.m. (FOL members only!) 4 p.m. — 7 p.m. (public sale)
Fri. 9 a.m. — 4 p.m. (public sale)
Sat. 9 a.m. — 4 p.m. (public sale)
Hardcover books $1
Paperbacks 50 ¢
Books on tape $1
Children's hardbound 50 ¢
Children's paperbacks 25 ¢
Videos $1
Magazines 25 ¢

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