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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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Maumee Summer Fair Making Changes This Year

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — Maumee Summer Fair attendees can expect a mix of new and old at this year’s August 12 and 13 event. While the parade has been canceled for this year – a decision event chairs Mike Dibling and Stacey Torio did not take lightly – there …

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Team Of Women Transforming Restaurant Into Nature’s Nursery

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — When it comes to caring for the 3,700 injured and orphaned wildlife that arrive at Nature’s Nursery every year, it’s typically women doing the nurturing.  So it was no surprise to executive director Allison Schroeder when the architecture, engineering and construction firms working on the new …

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Toledo Nonprofit Continues To Support Ukraine

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February, dynamics around the world have changed and assistance to the region is still needed. For Alona Matchenko, co-founder of Toledo Helps Ukraine (THU), it has meant a great deal to her to help fellow Ukrainians during this time. …

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Maumee City Schools Looks To Fresh Start

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — Outgoing Maumee City Schools Superintendent Todd Cramer attended his final board of education meeting on July 25. “I just wanted to thank you for all the opportunities here in Maumee. When I arrived, it was a great, solid district. That was one of the things …

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Residents Share Concerns About Amphitheater Project

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Parking, noise, traffic, crime and the need for increased safety services are among the concerns citizens raised about a proposed amphitheater during the July 25 Waterville City Council meeting. Jeff and Angie Bronner, Steven Timms, Lisa Haberstock, Kelly Colling and Terri Massucci asked detailed questions about …

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Panther Pride Foundation Aims To Increase Giving

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — The Panther Pride Foundation is expanding and ready to support students of every age with almost any interest at Maumee City Schools. The foundation was created to support academics, arts, athletics and other student experiences at the high school, but it has since expanded its …

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