Empowering youth at the Pauda Center

. January 1, 2018.
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Since opening in October 2006, the Padua Center has helped local youth learn the principles of unity, self-determination, collective work, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity and faith through special programming. Providing resources, like academic assistance, physical exercise, peace education, pottery, and more, the Pauda Center’s Christian, community-based presence has made a difference in the lives of Toledoan children and teens. Get involved by volunteering as a tutor. Retired citizens, college students and high school students are welcome to stop by from 3:30-5pm on Monday through Thursday to help tutor.
1416 Nebraska Ave., 419-241-6465. paduacenter.org

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