All posts by Athena Cocoves

Frogtown Froggy Museum

The Frogtown Froggy Museum is a fun place with over 700 frog related items on display.  It is a perfect museum for Toledo, long considered “Frogtown”.  Ever wonder why this nickname?  There were no paved streets in 1837, and much of the downtown area was a large frog-filled swamp, hence the nickname.  The museum is

TARTA in the age of social distancing

For many Toledoans, public transportation is a necessity. According to a 2015 transportation survey conducted by The Ability Center of Greater Toledo, 19.1% of respondents reported using services from the Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority (TARTA) regularly.  According to survey respondents, most trips are for medical appointments, shopping and work, with the core demographic including

Don’t Just Throw It Away

Is your medicine cabinet full of old, out-of-date, or unneeded prescriptions? Join Jennifer Grabarczyk, Chief Clinical Pharmacist, for a Lunch ‘n Learn presentation on Prescription Drug Use/Misuse & Proper Disposal of Medication.

Laurie Gross Appointed to ALA Board of Governors

Laurie Gross, president of Gross Electric, was recently appointed to the American Lighting Association (ALA) Board of Governors. Gross, who has been an active member of the ALA, a national trade association representing the residential lighting industry, for over 40 years says “I am honored and excited to join the Board of Governors.” Gross joins

Celebrating Community Advocacy with Dr. Celia Williamson

Respected and admired for her research and her efforts fighting human trafficking and domestic violence, Dr. Celia Williamson was awarded the Community Advocacy Award during the 18th annual Access to Justice Awards. Dr. Williamson’s long list of accomplishments includes founding multiple programs and organizations, such as Second Chance in Lucas County, the first and oldest