The members of the Toledo Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club were named recipients of the 2019 William L. Mallory Award on September 11, as part of the Urban Minority Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Outreach Program conference in Toledo. The award, named after the first African American to serve as Majority Floor Leader in the Ohio Legislature, was given to the Buffalo Soldiers in recognition of their efforts toward improving the community. The national Buffalo Soldiers club, organized in 1999 in honor of the first peacetime all-African American regiments in the U.S. Army, has over 100 chapters nationally dedicated to community service projects.
Who gets your vote for our Readers Choice Awards? Your opinion counts. Please take time to tell us who should receive this coveted recognition.
“Nature is built from millions of specialized interactions and relationships.” – Dr. Doug Tallamy A professor in the Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware. That powerful quote from Dr. Tallamy is meant to inspire members of the National Wildlife Federation to revolutionize the way people garden and landscape to benefit wildlife and
When thinking about selling, exterior presentation can make the difference between a potential buyer walking in or passing by. Curb appeal is important.
For the sixth year in a row, Adams Street Publishing has teamed up with The Fair Housing Center, The Arts Commission and the Toledo Lucas County Public Library for the Ode to the ZIP Code poetry contest.