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Recreational drumming is new therapeutic tool at Otterbein
HealthRHYTHMS is used as a complementary strategy to maintain or reestablish a healthy life.
“Music is a common denominator. Most people enjoy music, but can’t necessarily play an instrument proficiently,” said facilitator Barbara Radebaugh. She added that empowerment drumming is ideal for everyone, because it is an opportunity to participate in recreational music making, while reducing stress and increasing a feeling of joy; thereby improving wellness.
Otterbein North Shore plans to offer a limited amount of recreational drum empowerment sessions to community organizations. Contact Radebaugh at 419-798-8203.
Otterbein North Shore is located at 9400 North Shore Boulevard, in Danbury Township. It is a retirement community offering independent and assisted living, long-term care and short-term rehabilitation.
The Center is named for The Rev. Gerald H. Labuhn, LHS executive director emeritus and archivist, who has dedicated over 60 years of ministry work to the Society. Pastor Labuhn served as executive director of Lutheran Homes Society from 1964 to 1994.
The award is sponsored by AK Steel, whose Walbridge subsidiary, AK Tube, manufactures carbon and stainless steel tubing products. The deadline has been extended to August 31. To learn more go to www.mcfoundation.org/steelmagnolia or call the Middleton Community Foundation at 513-424-7369.
Each recipient will be able to designate a $1,000 donation to the charity of her choice.
Nagle is a graduate of the University of Toledo with a bachelors’ degree in finance. His professional and community involvement includes serving on the boards for the Mercy St. Charles Hospital Foundation, the Ohio Trucking Association and the University of Toledo Intermodal Transportation Institute.
Uhler serves as president and CEO of TTL Associates Inc. in Toledo. He is a founding member of the Wood County Port Authority and a member of the Lucas County Improvement Corporation. Uhler earned a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the University of Toledo.
Other trustees are include Diana (Dee) Talmage, Ottawa Hills; H. Richard Rowe, Findlay; David Habegger, Oregon; Allan Libbe, Perrysburg; Dr. Ronald McMaster, Perrysburg; R J Molter, Woodville; and William Takacs, Toledo.
Auctioneers from across the world competed in the bid-calling contest and participated in educational seminars. Judges for the bid-calling contest represented all segments of the auction industry and traveled as far away as South Africa to choose the new champions to become ambassadors for the National Auctioneers Association.
To qualify for this state honor, Kerecz submitted the winning essay on making her agency more competitive.
He is a graduate of Bowling Green State University with more than 22 years lending experience. He resides in Bowling Green where he is a member of First United Methodist Church.
She has more than 17 years of experience in the banking industry. She attended Heidelberg College, specializing in Business Administration.
Stalter is a member of the Maumee Chamber of Commerce. She resides in Whitehouse.
Chio said items needed include crayons, markers, colored pencils, notebooks, pocket folders, glue sticks, pens, pencils, book bags, book covers, erasers and paper. The drive continues during regular business hours until August 24. Call 419-898-0821.