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President Jimmy Carter Visited Waterville Township Farm

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — The yellow corrugated metal building and four grain silos still stand among the pine trees at 9246 Dutch Rd., but the two-story farmhouse – where President Jimmy Carter once sat chatting with Don Schaller and his family – has been gone for years. That October 25, …

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Acoustics For Autism Event Set To Help Local Families

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — With the 16th annual Acoustics for Autism just around the corner, volunteers and musicians are busy getting ready for the event that supports Project iAm families. Ninety bands will be performing on eight stages in uptown Maumee on Sunday, March 5. Megan Lesle, of The …

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Counselors Build Trust, Skills So Students Get Needed Support

BY KRISTI FISH and KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTERS— Walking through the halls of Fallen Timbers Middle School last week, Waterville Primary counselor Jillian Cowell saw several of her former students – and remembered each one by name. “Mrs. Cowell!” exclaimed one girl, running up to say hello. “How are you doing?” she …

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Topics Camera Club Is A Haven For Photographers

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — In 1963, a group of interested photographers met up at the Eastmoreland Phar-macy and later created Topics Camera Club.  Now, every month, a group of photographers gathers at Monclova Community Center to discuss their passion for the subject and offer advice to each other. The …

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Toledo Helps Ukraine Partners With ProMedica

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — Toledo Helps Ukraine is still working hard to secure a brighter future for displaced and besieged Ukrainians nearly a year after Russia’s invasion. “Toledo Helps Ukraine has existed for almost a year now. It’s hard to believe we’ve gone through 11.5 months of hard work,” …

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