Anthony Wayne

AW Nurses Honored For Outstanding Performance

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER— In a normal year, a school nurse’s day is filled with managing student medication, answering parent phone calls, conducting hearing and vision screenings and teaching students about hygiene and other health-related topics. “Now COVID-19 takes up about 60 percent of my job,” said Jill Beach, the Anthony …

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Mayor Reports That Waterville Is A Thriving Community

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Dozens of geese filled the lawn of the former Waterville Primary School last week, soaking in the sun and enjoying access to the Maumee River. Within the next few months that will change, as Waterville moves ahead with Phase 1 of the Parker Square/Memorial Park renovations …

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Monclova Survey Results Inform Township Plan Update

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Pedestrian and bicycle connectivity, additional recreational resources and a downtown Monclova center are priorities. So are sustainability of services, preservation of natural areas and careful planning of future development. For the past year, a Monclova Township steering committee and Reveille principal Glenn Grisdale gathered information to …

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Volunteers Update Records For Swan Creek Cemetery

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — As Monclova Township’s cemetery sexton, Ken Bucher regularly gets phone calls from people who are filling in the branches of a family tree. “It’s hit or miss,” he said of the information he could provide. Bucher would search the sexton’s log, ledgers and file cards, but …

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AW Graduate Sails World, Documents Adventures

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER – As a kid, Curtis Jazwiecki read his dad’s sailing magazines cover to cover, devouring accounts of the Whitbread Round the World Race and the Vendee Globe Race – and imagined himself racing across the ocean. Now, the 1998 Anthony Wayne graduate is sailing around the world, …

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Kids Learn Joy Of Giving Through Secret Santa Events

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Hadley Hutt found the perfect gift for her 2-year-old brother Carson: a Cars-themed poster with a set of pens. The Waterville second-grader had some help from grown-up Nancy Eberly, who like many of the adult volunteers was sporting a holiday-themed sweater and a smile as she …

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