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Genesis Village Crochets Comfort For NICU Patients

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — Residents at Genesis Village on Reynolds Road dedicated much of their time in May to a project benefiting premature babies at ProMedica Russell J. Ebeid Children’s Hospital. Women in the knitting and crochet club created octopuses for the tiny patients in the neonatal intensive care …

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Maumee Teacher Takes Inspiration From Costa Rica

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — When Mike Dick’s Gateway Middle School students return in the fall, they will know why it is important to look to Costa Rica for lessons. Four Ohio teachers, including Dick, joined 17 other teachers, mostly from the Texas Association of Biology Teachers, and were able …

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Maumee Superintendent Todd Cramer Resigns

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — After seven years with Maumee City Schools, Superintendent Dr. Todd Cramer will step down on July 29. Cramer was hired as assistant superintendent in the summer of 2015 and replaced Dr. Greg Smith as superintendent after Smith’s retirement in July of 2016. The decision to …

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The Andersons Team Aids Blessings In Disguise Nonprofit

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Shower benches, raised toilet seats and travel wheelchairs are necessities for those with medical conditions that limit mobility, but most insurance companies don’t cover the cost. Blessings in Disguise, a nonprofit founded by Maumee resident John Sayre, is there to help – with assistance from some …

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Scott Bockelman’s “Office” Is In 300 Different Locations

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Climbing smokestacks, checking blueprints and poking around HVAC units are all part of a day’s work for Scott Bockelman. As the new fire prevention officer for Monclova Township Fire and Rescue, Bockelman is in charge of inspecting the township’s 300 businesses, schools, daycare operations and residences …

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