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Catholic education Subject of talk by Kateri’s president
Written by John Szozda   
Thursday, 11 March 2010 13:29

Father David Reinhart, president of Kateri Catholic School System, will talk about the future of Catholic school education to the East Toledo Club Thursday, Noon at Packo’s in the Park, 7 S. Superior Street in downtown Toledo.

The Kateri Catholic School System was formed in 2009. It unites St. Thomas Aquinas and Sacred Heart schools in Toledo, St. Jerome School in Walbridge and Cardinal Stritch High School with the nine parishes in the Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha Deanery of the Diocese of Toledo.

The system’s mission is to continue to provide the high standards of a Catholic education in Toledo and its surrounding eastern communities in spite of declining enrollment.

The public is invited. Call Andrea at 419-691-7651

 
Suburban
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 04 March 2010 11:06

Seventeen nominated for 17th Annual Prism Awards
Seventeen businesses, organizations and citizens have been nominated for 2010 Prism Awards honoring excellence, according to Sarah Beavers, executive director of the Eastern Maumee Bay Chamber of Commerce.

The 17 will be honored at the chamber’s Prism Awards banquet on Wednesday, March 24, 6:00 pm at Sunrise Park & Banquet Center. Chrys Peterson, WTOL-TV anchor, will emcee the 17th annual event.

Three of this year’s nominees have won Prisms in the past. They are St Charles Mercy Hospital in 1997 and 2008; Bay Park Community Hospital in 2004 and AA Boos in 2003.

In 16 years, 109 Prisms have been awarded. This year’s award is designed by glass artist Shawn Messenger

The awards honor good business practices such as teamwork, product quality, customer service, community involvement, innovation and safety.

Last year’s winners were: BP-Husky Refining, Color Guard and Rifle Squad, Food for Thought, Penta Career Center, Riverview Industries and Terry Breymaier, person of the year.

For ticket information, call Sarah Beavers at 419-693-5580. 

 
Metro
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 04 March 2010 11:04

Seventeen nominated for 17th Annual Prism AwardsSeventeen businesses, organizations and citizens have been nominated for 2010 Prism Awards honoring excellence, according to Sarah Beavers, executive director of the Eastern Maumee Bay Chamber of Commerce.

The 17 will be honored at the chamber’s Prism Awards banquet on Wednesday, March 24, 6:00 pm at Sunrise Park & Banquet Center. Chrys Peterson, WTOL-TV anchor, will emcee the 17th annual event.

Three of this year’s nominees have won Prisms in the past. They are St Charles Mercy Hospital in 1997 and 2008; Bay Park Community Hospital in 2004 and AA Boos in 2003.

In 16 years, 109 Prisms have been awarded. This year’s award is designed by glass artist Shawn Messenger

The awards honor good business practices such as teamwork, product quality, customer service, community involvement, innovation and safety.

Last year’s winners were: BP-Husky Refining, Color Guard and Rifle Squad, Food for Thought, Penta Career Center, Riverview Industries and Terry Breymaier, person of the year.

For ticket information, call Sarah Beavers at 419-693-5580.

 
The Press wins State awards For reporting
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 25 February 2010 14:13

The Press recently won three awards in the Osman C. Hooper Newspaper contest sponsored by the Ohio Newspaper Association.

John Szozda, general manager, won first place for original columns in the class for largest weekly papers. His three columns were about a divorced couple putting their differences aside to enroll, with their children, in a unique family-counseling program managed by Unison Behavioral Health Group; a Clay Township woman who vowed to keep her special needs stepchildren together after her husband died of cancer and ringing the Salvation Army bell in East Toledo.

The judges wrote, “They (these stories) provide compelling narrative about local individuals facing life’s challenges and hardships…Heart warming, inspiring and informational all at the same time.”

Larry Limpf, news editor, won second place for In-Depth Reporting for his stories about alleged misconduct of elected and appointed officials in Gibsonburg. The judges wrote, “extraordinarily well-written and an excellent example of local news at it finest…it is apparent that exhaustive research and interviews were also done by the reporter; the story was truly enhanced by his efforts.”

 
The bottom line
Written by John Szozda   
Friday, 19 February 2010 08:54

The Andersons has announced fourth quarter earnings of 88 cents per diluted share and year-end earnings of $2.08 per diluted share.
 
The company announced net income at $38.4 million on $3.0 billion in revenue. This compares to 2008 net income of $32.9 million on $3.5 billion in revenue.
 
The group’s grain business had a record year and its ethanol business had its second highest year, according to a company press release. The retail group had an operating loss of $2.8 million on total sales of $162 million. Cited was reduced consumer demand due to the weak economy.

 
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