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Retired Music Educator Bringing Local Bands To TV

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — At 76, Marcella (Marcy) Mackey knows she’s old enough to sit in a rocking chair on the front porch and knit, but instead, the retired music teacher is going to clubs, regularly appearing on TV, gardening and traveling to sing with the Scioto Valley Sweet Adelines …

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The Toledo Humane Society Opens New Family Pet Clinic

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — The Toledo Humane Society celebrated the grand opening of its Family Pet Clinic in East Toledo on August 20. Members of the Maumee Chamber of Commerce were able to attend a ribbon-cutting and attendees were treated to a tour of the clinic, snacks, giveaways and …

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A Letter From Home Premieres At Maumee Indoor

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Jason Graven has never met his daughter, but when he does, he wants her to be proud. In A Letter From Home, a film about Task Force 20, Graven talks about feeling worthless as a teenager. After 9/11, he joined the Army and served multiple tours …

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Six Browning Veterans Thanked With DreamFlights

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Gar Suitor spent a lot of time aboard airplanes during his 10 years in the Air Force, but his ride aboard a restored World War II Boeing Stearman biplane last week was a first for the Vietnam War veteran. “I would do it again in a …

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The Maumee Senior Center Expands Activities

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — The Maumee Senior Center is preparing for several more events this year – with many on the calendar for September. Fundraisers are a popular event on the MSC calendar, allowing the center to raise money for services while providing members with the chance to socialize. …

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CCS Readies School Backpacks For Local Children

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — Lucas County Children Services collected money and school supply donations at Appliance Center in Maumee on July 27, partnering with Buckeye Broadband in hopes of filling backpacks for the new school year. Area residents dropped off much-needed supplies for LCCS-affiliated children in grades K through …

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