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Several honored at Family Center Recognition Night
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 04 February 2010 13:50

At the East Toledo Family Center’s annual Meeting and Recognition Night held Jan. 27, the board of trustees welcomed new members Paul Gibbs, Andrea Martin and Betsy Ujvagi.

Board officers include Erik Wineland, president; Lisa Pavley, vice president and Kim Wineland, secretary and Darrin Arquette, treasurer.

Several awards were presented at the meeting. They include:

The Dorie Steinmetz Memorial Community Service Award was presented to Scott Williams. The award is given annually to an individual who exemplifies volunteerism and community service.

Service awards were presented to Aetna, Exchange Club of Greater Maumee Bay and WGTE for assistance to the Family Center over the past year.

The Senior Director Award, created in honor of the East Toledo Senior Activities Center’s first director, Nancy Gernheuser, who retired in 1997, was presented to Gwen Olic.

Program Awards, given to program participants who show outstanding advancement in academics, sportsmanship, character and leadership, were presented to Matthew Gearhart (Kids Kare); Delicia Perez (cheerleading); Brittany Ferris (Strictly Teens); Alayna Avalos and Charles Avalos (athletics); Anthony Ashford (Bridges) and Samantha June (tutoring).

 
CASA volunteers sworn in
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 28 January 2010 13:16

The Ottawa County CASA Program held a swearing-in ceremony for five new Court Appointed Special Advocates on Jan. 11.

Ottawa County Probate and Juvenile Court Judge Kathleen L. Giesler administered the oath to Ron Mainous, Audrey Massie, Corinne Smith, and Linda Teen as volunteer Guardians Ad Litem in Ottawa County. The new volunteers were welcomed by the juvenile court staff and executive director Kami Sayre.

CASA volunteers advocate for an abused, neglected, or dependent child in court. In order to become a CASA volunteer, one must complete 30 hours of training, which includes information concerning child abuse, neglect, communication skills, court procedures, culture awareness, and child development, domestic violence, and substance abuse.

For information about becoming a CASA volunteer, call 419-734-7705. The next training is scheduled to begin in March.

 

 

 
Church returns to roots
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 07 January 2010 11:33

Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 4155 Pickle Rd., Oregon, is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a number of special events to be held throughout 2010.

The mission church, started by a group of Lutherans, met for nearly two years at Christ Dunberger VFW Post in Oregon, until a church building was constructed at Pickle and Lallendorf Roads in what was a country setting at the time. The church has grown with the community and today boasts a growing congregation of 300 members.

On Sunday, Jan. 10, Prince of Peace is returning to its roots, with the 8 and 10:30 a.m. worship services and the 9:15 a.m. Sunday School to be conducted at the Dunberger Post, located at Pickle and Wynn roads. All of the charter members of the church have been invited to return for the services, which will use the order of worship from 50 years ago. A reception and open house will be held at noon at the church building. The public is invited to join the celebration.

Call 419-691-9407 or visit princeofpeaceoregon.com for more information.

 
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