Briefs

Toledo Animal Rescue Marks 90 Years

Toledo’s oldest no-kill animal shelter is marking 90 years in business by changing their name to Toledo Animal Rescue.

Bistro Series: Doc and Scott

Vocalist Dr. Jim Young and pianist, composer and arranger Scott Lavender of the Toledo Jazz Orchestra perform eclectic jazz styles for your listening pleasure.

Peter Ujvagi Recognized For Supporting Immigrants

Peter Ujvagi’s work has been recognized through the ‘I Am An Immigrant’ campaign’s inaugural Celebrate Immigrants Awards.

St. Luke’s Hospital Seeking Volunteer Valet Shuttle Drivers

St. Luke’s Hospital is seeking Volunteer Valet Shuttle Drivers to help transport patients, visitors and employees between the hospital and their vehicles on established routes for drop-off and pick-up.

Celebrating The 40th Anniversary Of Marco’s Pizza

Celebrating The 40th Anniversary Of Marco’s Pizza

Join Metroparks For A Labor Day High-Level Bridge Walk

Join Metroparks for a four mile loop while enjoying scenic skyline and riverfront views.

West Side Story: Film With Orchestra

The Toledo Symphony celebrates Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday with a live performance of West Side Story’s score as the movie plays on the big screen.

Screening Of Toxic Puzzle At The Toledo Museum Of Art

Scientists document the affects of algae blooms around the world in the film Toxic Puzzle, which will be screened at the Toledo Museum of Art.

Susan G. Komen Northwest Ohio’s Race For The Cure

Whether you are participating in the race, cheering on walkers and runners, volunteering, or donating to the cause, every bit counts towards the fight against breast cancer.

OakLeaf Village Of Sylvania Township Hosts “Seniors Helping Seniors”

OakLeaf Village of Sylvania Township hosts the program “Seniors Helping Seniors,” where OakLeaf residents provide scholarships High School seniors.

Celebrate 50 Years Of The Fair Housing Act

Celebrate 50 Years Of The Fair Housing Act

Grow with Toledo Zoo’s Garden Tour Series

Meet with Toledo Zoo horticulturists during their Garden Tour Series and learn growing tips, watering practices and other information for your home garden. The first tour of the month on Saturday, August 11 is “Best of Summer.” See annuals, perennials, trees and shrubs at their peak, and how they are cared for during this time

Anita Plantz Named Outstanding Senior Volunteer

Ten years ago, Maumee resident Anita Plantz began volunteering at Helping Hands of St. Louis/Catholic Charities. Since then, she has contributed more than 8,000 hours to the organization, including time spent creating a clothing center that serves approximately 500 people per month. In addition, Plantz and her daughter run a shoe giveaway program during the

Local Collaboration Helps Handicapped

Announced in June, The Fair Housing Center and the Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority have teamed up to help those living with disabilities. The new collaboration sparks an easier way for residents who need special accommodations to make their requests known and to have them fulfilled efficiently. By law, those with requests who require any assistance

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

Head of Toledo Walleye Hockey Awarded Executive of the Year

Toledo Walleye General Manager Neil Neukam was named co-recipient of the ECHL (formerly the East Coast Hockey League) Executive of the Year Award in June, an honor he shares with Jacksonville Icemen President Bob Ohrablo. In the two years that Neukam has been general manager and executive vice president, the Walleye have set records with