Get crafty with two groups that meet at the library once a month: the Knit and Crochet Club at the West Toledo Branch (1st Monday, 1:15pm) and Open Crafting with Fiberworks Orphans at the Heatherdowns branch (3rd Saturday, 10am-5pm). To give back to the community, the Knit and Crochet Club focuses on making beanies and blankets for neo-natal and oncology units. Practice your craft while doing a good deed. With Open Crafting, you’ll receive instruction from Sandra Scharlow and Fiberworks Orphans on needlework projects including lacemaking, crocheting, and knitting.
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Toledo native Joyce Brown has spent her life challenging norms— and herself. Joyce Lathan Brown is a native Toledoan who knows who she is. She achieved that self-knowledge on her path to becoming Ms. Texas Senior America. Joyce’s accomplishments echo the goal of the pageant, which “seeks recognition of the achievements of senior women, motivating
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