Updated: June 3, 2021
Humane Society Seeks Craft Show Vendors
The Toledo Humane Society is seeking vendors for the 2021 Arts and Crafts Fair schedule for Saturday, November 13.
For information and a registration form, e-mail email@example.com and type THS Fair in the subject line. The deadline for registration is Monday June 21.
Hope Chest Reopens With Saturday Hours
Hope Chest, a shop featuring gently used clothes, toys, games and home goods, has reopened at Hope United Methodist Church, 10610 Waterville St. in Whitehouse.
Open on Saturdays between 9:00 a.m. and noon, Hope Chest has expanded the store with rolling racks in the Community Life Center – giving guests an opportunity to spread out safely while shopping.
A mission of the United Methodist Women, Hope Chest raises funds to support local, national and international missions. Donations of clean clothes can be deposited in the door at the back of the church.
Bonita Bead Offers Handcrafted Necklace
Bonita Bead is offering a uniquely designed handcrafted necklace in memory of Lucas, the Toledo Zoo’s male elephant. Available in silver and gold with a genuine African trade bead to honor his species, the necklace is 18 inches long. The cost is $24.95 plus tax and a portion of the sale of each necklace will be donated to the Toledo Zoo. To order, call (419) 873-7344 or visit www.bonitabeadboutique.com.
As We Grow Diaper Bank Seeks Donations
The Junior League of Toledo, Paramount Advantage and Getting to 1 are partnering to provide diapers for low-income families in the Toledo area. The Junior League of Toledo established its own diaper bank, called As We Grow, in June this year.
The Salvation Army, in conjunction with the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department and the Hospital Council of Northwest Ohio, announces a new community partnership with the Junior League of Toledo, which has agreed to come alongside the Getting to 1 diaper bank to provide diapers for infants/children living in poverty.