The League of Women Voters in Perrysburg has honored PRIZM Creative Community’s efforts to bring art into the community. PRIZM Founder Annette Jensen accepted the award on behalf of the many PRIZM volunteers who have bestowed a gift of education, economic stimulus, beauty and culture for the community. Some of the members of PRIZM that attended are pictured, (L-R) Larry McHale, Jimmy Lambert,Emanuel Enriquez, Annette Jensen, Darlene Krohn, Priti Shah, David Ridenour, Pat Strobl, and Gloria McAlear. See PRIZM’s efforts in action through May 25 at the 1 1 th Annual Art-A- Fair exhibition at the 5/3 Building at One Seagate (550 N. Summit. St.) in Toledo. myprizm.com
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Connections That Count Toledo Vietnam veterans reach out to help fellow soldiers By Jeff McGinnis A native of East Toledo, Bob Stewart served for six months in Southeast Asia before being shot by the enemy in the Cambodian jungle, resulting in a number of injuries, including wounds to his chest, back, arm and thigh. After