Lucas County made an incredible showing at the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Awards this year, with four recipients honored for their achievements in social justice. State Rep. Michael Sheehy (D-Oregon) congratulated the winners, two of which are from the 46th district he represents, saying, “I extend hearty congratulations and deep gratitude to my neighbors, and I look forward to working with them to build bridges between all Ohioans.” The winners included The Toledo Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club (Cultural Awareness Award), Pastor Michael E. Carter (Governor’s Humanitarian Award), Groomed for Greatness, and the Lucas County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board.
Abbie Kramer is not your typical kid. Five years ago, when she was just shy of seven years old, her parents offered a golden opportunity: $100 to start her own business. Inspired by her love for her dogs and her cat, Abbie began making pet treats, whipping up her own special concoctions: Miss Abbie’s Pet
Playing with Pups for a Cause If you love dogs, then the Assistance Dogs for Achieving Independence (ADAI) is a volunteer opportunity that you won’t be able to turn down. Part of The Ability Center’s work for people with disabilities, this is a cause that includes such adorable programs as Puppy Smart Start, Hug a
Ohio Caverns Est. drive time: 2 hours 2210 E. SR 245 | West Liberty 937-465-4017 | ohiocaverns.com Known as “America’s Most Colorful Caverns,” there are two separate tours to choose from, which both allow you to learn about the site’s rich history and natural beauty. The Historic Tour takes place in the original exploration area