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Acoustics For Autism Set For Sunday In Uptown Maumee

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — The annual Acoustics for Autism will take over uptown Maumee this weekend, marking the 13th year for an event that has grown into one of the largest free musical festivals around. During an interview with Rolling Stone magazine last year, event organizer Brian Sniegocki was …

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Hungry Families Are Winners In AW Vs. Perrysburg Food Drive

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — With 2,175 food items, Fallen Timbers Middle School (FTMS) won the competition, but the real winners were area families in need of food. On February 19, members of the school’s Community Leadership Council (CLC) flooded the hallways of FTMS to grab boxes of canned and boxed …

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Couple Runs To Raise Awareness For Team RWB

  Kami and Brian Deppen pause while running through Farnsworth Metropark on February 9 carrying a U.S. flag to raise awareness of Team RWB, an organization that promotes physical fitness and social activities for the well-being of military veterans. The Waterville couple has set a goal of running 100 miles …

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Anonymous Donor Gives $75,000 To Maumee Schools

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Maumee City Schools has received a significant donation from an individual who wishes to remain anonymous. At the January 21 meeting, the Maumee school board formally approved acceptance of the $75,000 gift, which was distributed to the district through the JLW Foundation. The money will …

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Waterville Holds Opening Ceremony For New Bridge

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Kids in strollers, dogs on leashes and adults of all ages from both Lucas and Wood counties meandered around on bridges old and new, posed for photos and peered over the edges into the rushing water of the Maumee River. Friday, January 31, 2020 is a …

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Maumee Names Patrick Burtch As New City Administrator

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Dr. Patrick Burtch has been named new administrator of the city of Maumee. He replaces John Jezak, who left the job last year after serving the city nearly 20 years. Burtch will be paid an annual salary of $145,000 plus benefits, with an increase to …

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