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espite Ohio Secretary of State oversight and investigations, the Lucas County Board of Elections (BOE) has proven itself to be incapable of smoothly running even a low-turnout primary election. The May 6 election was marked by confusion over paper ballots in District 2, missing data cards, delayed results and, as usual, personal rancor and conflict among BOE members. The removal of former Director Meghan Gallagher seems to have made little difference; it is remarkable that a primary election that draws less than 10 percent participation could stumble so badly. The contention and Keystone Cop antics that have characterized BOE member Jon Stainbrook’s tenure have Thomas F. Pounds long since ceased to be funny. The recent hearings conducted by the Secretary of State have done nothing to alleviate the impression that the most sacred of democratic processes is unprotected and vulnerable to mishaps. There were not many surprises in the election. Incumbent Matt Cherry retained his District 2 Toledo City Council seat over strong candidates Marcia Helman and Bob Vasquez. In the 47th District Ohio House of Representatives race, incumbent Barbara Sears bested challenger Scott Allegrini. Kudos to Allegrini for moving from activist to candidate and we hope to see him run again in the future. In the Republican state central committee race for the male representative in the 11th Senate District, Bill Delaney defeated county Republican Chairman Stainbrook, a positive and encouraging development, but ousted BOE Director Gallagher kept her committee seat over Diana Skaff. The Secretary of State is clearly aware of the Lucas County BOE’s shortcomings and is taking steps to document its foibles. But it will take more than investigation and discussion to clean up the mess; it will take a clean sweep of the BOE to give Lucas County voters, as few of them as there are, confidence in the election process. Perhaps a clean start and renewed faith in the process will lead to increased participation from candidates and voters. O Thomas F. Pounds is president and publisher of Toledo Free Press. Contact him at


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iterature, theater and film can transport your mind barrassed, I took a deep breath and kept singing about and spirit to other realms and induce intense intel- trailers for sale and rent, ignoring the friendly laughter lectual engagement, but music is the art form that as it faded behind me. Many people had far worse childhoods most effectively grips emotions. than I did, but mine had its share of abuNot many people recite poetry or sive and scary moments, which I often novel passages in the shower or car, but dealt with by hiding under headphones a song stuck in the head can melt inhibiand listening to music for hours at a time. tions and inspire headbanging under the There used to be a Seligman Brothers water and on the highway. Not many of us record store on Broadway in the South have been caught acting out scenes from End, and they specialized in stocking our favorite movies, but lots of us have jukeboxes. been caught singing and bopping in the When the records returned from the car, cubicle or classroom. bars, sometimes worn gray in the grooves I remember one summer day walking around our duplex in Walbridge singing Michael S. miller from thousands of spins, the store would sell them for a quarter. I could walk in Roger Miller’s “King of the Road” with lusty off-key abandon. As I came around the corner, I there with $2 or $3, spend an hour browsing and walk faced our neighbor family looking at me with bemused home with a dozen fairly recent 45s. smiles. Too lost in my melody to be appropriately emn MILLER CONTINUES ON 4 Thomas F. Pounds, President/Publisher

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ast week on “The Morning people were jumping on Rich for Rush” we had a very interesting being such a “pig,” but I don’t think discussion with one of our lis- that’s what he was doing at all. He teners about a topic often avoided: said he knew how often he wanted How much intimacy should a mar- it, and after talking to his fiancée, she was aware as well. riage contain? She clearly knew she Sara Hegarty had could have said no, but reported a story during the relationship was our entertainment (is) perfect. news feature that feaHere’s the problem tured Tori Spelling’s I’m seeing. We’re all too new show, “True Tori.” quick to pass judgment Tori’s husband, Dean on other people. We McDermott, told the always think we know cameras that he didn’t Sid KELLY what’s best for them, but think having relations with his wife every two weeks was in the end, we can’t even determine what’s best for ourselves. Who cares often enough. After we discussed this, we got if this guy wants to have sex with his a call from a guy named Rich. He wife every 48 hours? Is it illegal to claimed that he and his wife have expect someone to willingly enter a contract that specifies how often an agreement with you if they know they have sex. It turns out that his exactly what they’re getting into, and wife has to engage him every 48 have the opportunity to disagree? No hours. If she doesn’t, he’s allowed … if anything it’s the way this is supto step out on his marriage and get posed to happen. Too many people are willing fulfillment elsewhere. Before you ask, yes, it does work both ways, and to look at this situation and think, they’ve been married for three years. “Something has to be wrong with this guy (or this girl) for this to Our phones blew up! The amazing thing about this was happen.” Does there? Just because it’s there were people that thought it was not something you would do doesn’t the best idea since the concept of mean it’s not something another marriage, and others who felt it was person can’t get into. If you haven’t run into this the dumbest idea they’d ever heard. The basic consensus was Rich’s wife, problem, let’s review now. There are going to be times in your life where Alli, was insecure. I wanted to bring this whole con- you hear someone is doing somecept full circle and get Rich’s wife thing you wouldn’t do. Just because on the phone with us. She wasn’t you wouldn’t do it doesn’t mean they available that morning, but after the shouldn’t. I can’t understand why weekend, and some off-air discus- someone would want to run to exsion, we were able to speak with Alli. ercise, but that doesn’t mean I don’t I have to tell you, I think I’m OK think it’s a good way to stay in shape. As I attempt to wrap this column with the idea. Here’s why: She knew what she was getting up in a nice little package for you, into. After having the opportunity I leave you with these words of to speak with both Rich and Alli, it wisdom: There doesn’t have to be was clear that Rich made it known something wrong with someone just what he expected out of her if they because they are doing something got married. Alli made it obvious you’re not cool with. O that she understood what Rich was asking for. She decided that he was Sid Kelly is host of “The Morning Rush,” weekday mornings on 92.5 worth the sacrifice, so she agreed. She could have said no. A lot of KISS FM.


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When things got nasty or heated on the homefront, I could close the door to my room, put on the huge airplane landing strip headphones held together with duct tape and play record after record, until every note and vocal nuance was etched on my brain. I spent more time with Bob Seger, Billy Joel and The Police in those days than I did with the in-name-only parents who expressed themselves through absence or aggression. I did not always sing to the music, but I remember one day belting out the drama of — don’t ask me why — “Don’t Cry Out Loud” by Melissa Manchester as it played over the WOHO airwaves. One minute I was belting out the story of how baby cried the day the circus came to town, and the next minute my father was crashing through the door, yelling at me about singing too loud. He tried to pull the headphones from the Realistic stereo but knocked it off the bookshelf to the floor, where its fake wood panel case cracked, silencing it forever and me temporarily. You may have heard the quote about parenting that cautions kids may not remember what you do or remember what you say, but they will forever remember how you make them feel. The details of that afternoon are lost to me, but that feeling of humiliation and embarrassment — which I did not feel at all in front of neighbors but felt drowned in as the target of my old man’s wrath — associated itself with singing out loud for far too many years. One of my life’s great

pleasures was spoiled, and while I got over it eventually, I do not remember giving any more impromptu concerts. So when my 6-year-old son Sean walks around the house or plays in the backyard, singing “Let It Go” from the movie “Frozen” at the top of his little lungs, I may be tempted to hand him a wad of taffy to keep him silent, but I refrain from repeating his grandfather’s mistake. “Let It Go” is the elementary school national anthem, heard anywhere there are children. I do not know what subliminal commands are buried in the music or the film’s images, but they are powerful mojo. Sean knows every line to the song, and sings it with classmates and family members on a seemingly perpetual, ceaseless, uninterrupted, endless, repeating loop that keeps going on and on and over and over and doesn’t stop and continues and repeats and starts again and refreshes and keeps going, forever and ever, amen. It’s maddening, like a low, throbbing toothache. But he is so sweet and happy when he sings it; I may shush his volume when it gets to 11, but with Manchester over my shoulder, I never want to make him feel bad about singing or want him to associate such a happy expression with parental consternation. I hope that means that while the beat goes on, the generational beatdowns don’t have to. O Michael S. Miller is editor in chief of Toledo Free Press and news director of Newsradio 1370 WSPD. Email him at


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The recent Women of Courage event celebrated 30 years of female firefighters in Toledo, from the pioneering women of the Class of 1984 to those who graduated with the latest Toledo Fire & Rescue Department (TFD) class this winter. As a member of the first TFD class to include women, Barb Aldrich, 59, can look back on her 30-year career with pride. Aldrich and her female classmates persevered through years of skepticism, scrutiny and discrimination to win over most of their co-workers in the male-dominated profession. She is the last of the nine women from her class still on the line. “When we first came on, there was a lot of animosity,” Aldrich said. “They were always bringing people out to see that we could do the job and check what we were doing. Every little thing was scrutinized. That was pretty much to be expected, but I was not prepared for the animosity. I was a little taken back because I’d worked for years with guys. To me it was no big deal.” n COURAGE CONTINUES ON 7

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n COURAGE CONTINUED FROM 6 Aldrich, whose father was a volunteer firefighter, joined TFD after 10 years as a police officer, EMT and paramedic in her hometown of Gibsonburg. In the early years, men and women didn’t have separate sleeping or restroom facilities. Firefighters’ wives would stop by to size up the female firefighters, both to check out potential competition and make sure their husbands’ safety wouldn’t be compromised at a fire, she said. “[They’d be wondering], ‘Can she get my husband out of a fire?’ I was like, ‘Can your husband get me out of a fire?’” said the 6-foot-tall Aldrich. One day, Aldrich came to work to find her hydrant wrench painted pink. “That actually really helped me out because I never lost that pink hydrant wrench in the grass at night and there was not a company in this city that was going to steal that wrench, so they saved me a lot of trouble,” Aldrich said. After one male firefighter refused to acknowledge her, Aldrich followed him around until she convinced him she was serious about learning the job. “He ended up taking over all my drills and training. He taught me so much that I use even today and we stayed friends to the end,” she said. Aldrich said it took three or four years before she started feeling a shift toward acceptance from a majority of male co-workers, although some still aren’t convinced women belong in fire service. “This isn’t a job; it’s a career and it becomes a way of life. You have to have a drive inside you that says, ‘I can do this,’” Aldrich said. “There are guys today on the job who think women don’t belong in the fire service, but you can go to any job and find that same attitude. I don’t worry about them. We have just as many men who support us and let us do our jobs as we have been trained to do. When we put our gear on and we’re in that fire, you don’t know who’s who. All that matters is if you can perform at the scene.”

‘Milestone day’

Mayor D. Michael Collins, a retired Toledo police officer, spoke at the May 3 Women of Courage event, calling it a “milestone day.” May 11 is the 30th anniversary of


TFD’s Class of 1984’s graduation. Members include many of the department’s current top brass, including Chief Luis Santiago, Assistant Chief Phillip Cervantes, Deputy Chief Thomas Jaksetic, Battalion Chief Gerald Takats and Battalion Chief Dennis Facer. Collins graduated with the 1973 Toledo Police Academy class, the first to include a woman with the maleequivalent title of police officer rather than police matron, he said. “I’m very proud to say I happen to be the mayor of a city that recognizes the importance in the profession that it is not gender-biased, that women WILSON play a vital role,” Collins said. Robert Schwanzl, retired TFD assistant chief and board president for the Toledo Firefighters Museum, said then-Chief William Winkle decided in 1982 to start recruiting women before the department was court-mandated as it had been for minority firefighters. In 1983, a new agility test called FEAT — First Encounter Acceptance Test — was developed that is still used today. Rather than pushups, situps, pullups and vertical jumps, the test measures ability to stretch and roll hoses, chop holes in roofs, lift heavy objects and other skills a firefighter actually uses on the job, Schwanzl said. Both men and women are measured by the same standard. Of the department’s 526 firefighters, 56 are women, including 48 white women, four Hispanic women and three black women. The highest-ranking female is Battalion Chief Sally Glombowski. TFD has 347 white male firefighters, 77 black male firefighters and 43 Hispanic male firefighters. The nine women in the 1984 class were Aldrich, Christine Armstrong, Kathryn Balogh Mayer, Sheila Layson, Deborah Leonard, Dorothy Lopez, Geraldine McCalland, Rebecca Williams and Jennifer Wilson. One of the women and two men didn’t graduate; another woman was cut along with two men during the probationary period, Schwanzl said. Wilson’s firefighting career was cut short in 1994 when she stopped to help at the scene of an injury accident while off-duty and was struck by a drunken driver. She now works as a dispatcher. n COURAGE CONTINUES ON 8

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n COURAGE CONTINUED FROM 7 “This is my family,” Wilson said. “It’s the best career you can ever want to have.” Schwanzl said it took time for many firefighters to get used to women on the job. “Change is something a lot of people really don’t like and a lot of people didn’t really like the idea they were going to have women on the Toledo Fire & Rescue Department, but we changed that. Actually it was the women we hired who changed that. They made it work. Pioneers are truly what these women were,” he said. Class of 1984 member Tim Ross, still a TFD firefighter, said at first he didn’t realize the significance of having female classmates. “That’s all I knew. That’s who we came in with. We saw them every day,” Ross said. “When we got on the line that’s when I was acutely aware this was something major, because it was the topic of conversation in so many engine houses. “There was a lot of fear, there was a lot of misunderstanding, a lot of things they had to go through,” Ross said. “I’m proud to say they stuck through, they persevered, they endured a lot and they did it with class. We’ve come a long way, but we have a long way to go. “Being pro-women doesn’t mean you’re antiman. It means you celebrate women and what they’ve done. I think that’s so important. They’ve brought so much to the table. Why would you not want to celebrate this?” Class of 1984 member Mark McBee, also still a TFD firefighter, said the department went through a lot of “growing pains” after bringing women into the department.

A Toledo tradition since 2005 “A lot of the rhetoric you hear — that they can’t do the job, can’t do this, can’t do that — that was the same thing they said about AfricanAmericans coming on the job,” said McBee, who is black. “The truth of the matter is there’s a lot of women on the SHUBETA job stronger than the average guy on the job.” The first African-American male firefighters were appointed in the 1890s, said TFD Public Information Officer Matthew Hertzfeld. “I’d like to see more people of color on the department,” McBee said. “I’m an advocate for minorities — black and brown and women, especially women of color.”

Father’s daughter

Lt. Kevin Goolsby has four sons, but it was his only daughter Komako who followed in his footsteps by joining TFD with the Class of 2006. Goolsby, 38, is one of TFD’s three black female firefighters. She thinks part of the reason there are so few black women is the lack of role models. She’s trying to change that by doing community presentations and leading tours at the Toledo Firefighters Museum. It doesn’t help that many people refer to firefighters as firemen, a pet peeve of Goolsby’s. “I’m not a fireman. I’m a firefighter,” Goolsby said. “Even in books, there are men with fire helmets, men on fire trucks. We want to change that and through these small efforts I believe it will

change. ... [Girls] have to see us to want to do it and to want to be a part of it.” Goolsby and her father were assigned to the same station and occasionally went on calls together. He retired last year after 31 years with TFD. “It was awesome,” Goolsby said of working together. “Indescribable.” Recalling a South Toledo fire in which a woman died after being pulled from the house, Goolsby, a trained surgical tech, said one of the toughest lessons she had to learn is she can’t save everyone. “I was just beside myself,” Goolsby said. “I thought, ‘Wow, as fast as we got here and as fast as we got in that house, we couldn’t save her.’ We’re talking eight to nine minutes. So I beat myself up pretty bad about it. “But the chief said something really important to me. He said, ‘It’s not your job to save that lady. Her life is out of your hands.’ ... Now every run we go on, I look at it like it is my job to do my job, but I am not God. I can’t save everybody. And that takes some getting used to, because as firefighters, that’s all we want to do.” Because a woman’s success or failure tends to reflect on all the other women on the job, Goolsby said many female firefighters feel pressure to be perfect. “[Aldrich] would tell me, ‘It’s not good enough for you to get a 70 [percent], just because 70 is all you need to pass. You, as a female, need to make sure you get a 95,’” Goolsby said. “That way you can never be questioned.” Goolsby said her father’s reputation helped her to some extent. “Just by his reputation, the guys gave me a chance,” Goolsby said. “But one thing my father

May 11, 2014 instilled in me as a little girl, whether I became a firefighter or not, is you have nothing to prove, only to yourself.”

Women of Courage

Women of Courage organizers said the group’s focus is on women, but celebrates all people of courage. “We are all courageous in our own way, but firefighters take it in a different direction,” said Kim Hood, a TFD firefighter since 1996. “It takes a very special personality to become a firefighter.” Another organizer, Gina Shubeta, a TFD firefighter since 2001, said the main goal is to “recognize diversity and embrace equality.” “We are going to continue to recognize the importance of women, diversity and equality on our department to bring forth greater unity amongst members to better serve the citizens of Toledo,” Shubeta said. “We recognize that there will still be challenges and some of the many goals will be to educate and move forward into a direction of harmony with all our brothers and sisters.” The group is selling Women of Courage Tshirts for $15 and patches for $10. Funds raised will benefit the Toledo Firefighters Local 92 Charities and the Toledo Firefighters Museum. To order, email Aldrich, who plans to retire next year, said she still loves the job. “It’s been one heck of a ride. There’s been ups and downs but it’s been a great ride for 30 years and I’ve met a lot of wonderful people,” she said. “Bumps in the road only make us stronger. We’re here and we’re here to stay.” O

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Annual Dressel memorial fundraiser set for May 15 By Chase Will

Toledo Free Press Staff Writer

On May 15, the fifth annual Re-

membering Detective Keith Dressel event will take place from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. in the banquet room of Hooters, 4782 Monroe St. Raffle tickets will be sold at the event,

and attendees choose which prize their ticket will be entered toward. “This year we have 15-20 items,” said Toledo Police Department Detective Bonnie Weiss. “We have two tickets to

Little Big Town at the zoo, four Detroit Tigers tickets, two Cedar Point Ride and Refresh tickets, and many more.” “It’s an all-day lunch and dinner kind of affair. It’s a bunch of friends, family and police officers who get together to share stories about Keith and also about Diane Miscannon’s dad [William Miscannon], who was also killed in duty,” said Dressel’s mother, Larraine Dressel, who helped organize the event. Keith Dressel served 14 years with the Toledo Police Department (TPD), in which time he became an honored member and was soon promoted to detective in the Vice/Narcotics Special Enforcement Division of TPD. Dressel died Feb. 21, 2007, after being shot in North Toledo. The event was founded when the general manager of Hooters approached Weiss about doing something special for TPD. Proceeds from the event go to the Officer William Miscannon Scholarship Fund in Memory of Keith Dressel. “The scholarship fund is for Owens Community College, and this year we’re offering a scholarship for $1,800,” Weiss said. “It’s for a male or female in the law enforcement program at Owens. This will be our fourth scholarship given, and this year we upped it from $1,500 because we know the price of everything is going up.” “It’s an event about camaraderie be-

tween the Toledo Police Department and the general public,” Miscannon said. “It’s open to the public, so anyone can come out and join in the fun. Later DRESSEL into the night it’s crazy chaos, people are all around, and I get to hear great stories about my father.” During the event, Frank Stiles will also give away copies of his new book, “City Soldiers,” which tells stories about Toledo police officers and includes chapters dedicated to Miscannon and Dressel. The public is also invited to the eighth annual Keith Dressel Memorial Ride on July 12. This event is scheduled rain or shine and will also include raffles. Those who preregister are guaranteed a T-shirt. “The distance has been cut down a bit since last year, but we always drive past the site where Keith was shot and killed,” Dressel said. “We come back and there’s food, people get T-shirts and it’s another time for remembering. We get a lot of money for the scholarship fund from there too.” Tickets to the memorial ride are $25 per single rider or $35 per double rider. To preregister, visit www. O


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Tallying of primary election results in Lucas County was delayed for hours May 6 in part due to several misplaced data cards that were believed to contain votes. Tabulation stalled at 72 percent of votes counted when it was discovered the cards were missing and did not resume for hours. After three hours of searching, a total of seven missing cards were located in a warehouse where the voting machines are kept, said Lucas County Board of Elections (BOE) member Jon Stainbrook. Five were initially found and then two later in the night, he said. Ron Rothenbuhler, chairman of the BOE, blamed poor inventory control and worker oversight for the issues. “We look at inventory control. We have part-time workers — not constant personnel. We certainly have some issues,” Rothenbuhler said. “The [missing cards] did delay the election.” Officials also suspected some of the STAINBROOK missing data cards that contained ballot information had been created May 7 rather than in April when the machines were tested, which would suggest dishonesty by personnel. It’s still not clear who might have created fake cards to replace the missing ones and why, Stainbrook said. The Ohio Secretary of State’s office is investigating. “The only way the people are going to have faith in this process is to say I feel safe with this election,” Stainbrook said. “I will not feel safe until all these questions are answered.” The tension at the Early Vote Center late May 6 was like courtroom drama. Stainbrook accused BOE Director Gina Kaczala of lying to the media. Kaczala initially told reporters there were no missing data cards and then changed her statement. “It’s unconscionable to me that Gina Kaczala, the director, would blatantly lie to the media to say that all cards were accounted for and knew there were five missing,” Stainbrook said. Kaczala was unable to be reached for comment. An employee was called in to answer questions about the allegedly forged cards. The employee, whose name was unavailable, reported that the cards were legitimate and was later taken into a separate room with two Lucas County Sheriff ’s deputies. Stainbrook threatened prosecution. The elections board convened three times over the night of May 6 and into early May 7 to officiate several ballots that were damaged or unclear. Results of the District 2 Toledo City Council race, which was conducted by paper ballot, were not released until about 4 a.m., with incumbent Matt Cherry the clear winner with 40 percent of the vote from a lukewarm turnout. The race was done using paper ballots because its candidate filing deadline was too late to include it on the electronic ballot, said BOE Deputy Director Dan DeAngelis. But many voters were unaware of this, leading to confusion. Cherry, a Sheet Metals Workers’ union member, received 1,823 votes, taking the seat by a margin of 303 votes over independent Marcia Helman. Helman won 33 percent of the vote; Bob Vasquez earned 17 percent; and Joe Celusta came in last with 9 percent. Cherry, who was confident of a win but wary of low

voter turnout, said he felt tired but excited about retaining the Council seat he was appointed to in January after it was vacated by Mayor D. Michael Collins. “Obviously, I’m very excited,” Cherry said early May 7. “I feel the voters of District 2 made a good decision and I’m going to prove that to them. Today, we have a Council meeting. I’m ready to show them I’m there for them and I’m ready to commit and do for them.” Cherry said he was disappointed in the snafu at polling headquarters. “I hope for future elections we have to get that back together. It looked like a circus sometimes down there and we have to move to stop that for sure,” he said. He said he was ready to get down to business by working with Collins on issues, including Toledo’s pothole problem and the vacant Southwyck property. “I’m going to see what we can do with Southwyck and I’m working with the mayor and I’m doing what I can,” Cherry said. Incumbent Republican Barbara Sears DELANEY defeated Scott Allegrini in the race for District 47 state representative. Sears, who had 59 percent of the vote, could not be reached for comment. Allegrini ran on repealing the Affordable Care Act and his public role as co-founder of the conservative group Children of Liberty. “I think Barbara is a good woman,” Allegrini said shortly before polls closed. “And she’s been a good representative. I just disagree with a couple issues. It’s time to put my money where my mouth is and run. That is what started it and it’s been a heck of an adventure.” Republican Kevin Haddad will face incumbent Democrat Carol Contrada in the Lucas County Commissioners race in the fall. Republican Richard May will challenge incumbent Democrat Marcy Kaptur for U.S. House District 9. Bill Delaney and Meghan Gallagher will represent District 11 on the Republican state central committee and Mark Wagoner and Dee Talmage will represent District 2. Delaney defeated incumbent Stainbrook. Gallagher, Wagoner and Talmage all retained their seats. Delaney told Toledo Free Press before the election that he would like to see more communication between local conservative organizations, including Republicans, Libertarians and the tea party. “We’ve got to draw all these ideologies into one big R because we’re not going to get anyplace being divided,” Delaney said. “There’s too much division. I want to get all these people together in one group. You’ve got to have somewhere where you can talk about it. Right now there’s no talking going on. We have got to form a better organization.” Issue 1 was approved with 65 percent of the statewide vote. The issue asked voters to approve a constitutional amendment authorizing the borrowing of $1.875 billion to help finance roads, bridges, sewer, drinking water and solid waste projects. Voters rejected school levies in Sylvania and Bedford. The Northwood school levy passed. Rossford voters approved levies for city improvements, the fire department and recreation by wide margins. Only about 10 percent of eligible Lucas County voters showed up at the polls. O


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that creates this sadness in my heart. It to lose its importance. These are not the same people doesn’t make me cry, nor wear a frown; it simply reminds me of a time that was they once were, BC (Before Child). The miracle of life has filled with pure happichanged them. The one ness and hope. common denominator I These people who have found in all of these are pushing babies probless-experienced parents ably have no idea why a pushing a stroller is they grown man with four act as a team. They have kids would be envious. taken smaller trips, figTheir faces normally ured out what has and look tired from lack of what hasn’t worked. The sleep or the constant trip to the mall is a big chasing of the baby’s deal, going to grandma’s first steps. Their shirts Jeremy BAUMHOWER tend to feature at least one stain from was the minor leagues. They have done a recent spit-up or its impromptu use the work and have their parental rouas a Kleenex. The hair and/or makeup tine down. They know who puts the standards for being seen in public have child in the baby seat, what items they greatly diminished. A new list of prior- need to carry in a diaper bag, how the ities naturally occurs and vanity seems stroller folds up or gets big. They know what to do in case of a dirty diaper or if the baby’s pacifier hits the ground. You are not a parent until you use your mouth as an emergency wash station for a dirtied binky. Mommy and Daddy warriors who DIED In THE LInE are on their first, possibly second, tour of DuTY of the insanity of parenthood use the JAn. 26, 2014 stroller as their family’s personal tank: a vehicle designed to carry and protect their most beloved item, a baby, and the things that keep a baby from crying. They normally push the fourPvt. Stephen A. Pvt. James A. Machcinski Dickman wheel-mall-equipped vessel with the zest of two people not afraid of conPlease join us to help the families quering the world. If they can pack 1000 Raffle of Stephen A. Machcinski and Tickets will be sold James A. Dickman, who tragically at $10 each for a lost their lives in the line fo duty.

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drowned out: Express anything from an unexpected “I love you” to a thank you to a compliment. Every parent of a young child is tired but that’s not an excuse. These randoms thoughts can make an exhausted soul breathe new life. The art of silence becomes habitual and is a leading killer of marriages. If you hold onto your words today, a tomorrow may never happen. When my son was born, a coworker and close friend of mine visited us in the hospital. He walked in, handed my now ex-wife a card and gift, shook my hand and whispered “life is no longer about you” into my ear. He smirked, nodded and walked out of the room, leaving me with the beautiful mental grenade of wisdom he had just unexpectedly dropped. I had no idea of how true his words were, and still are, until it was too late. I am sorry it took a divorce and a 50 percent reduction in the time I get to spend with my children to finally make me understand their meaning. Time is the most valuable thing in our lives; there is no machine that grants “do-overs.” Make every minute with your new family count and you’ll have an endless supply of smiles, laughter and happiness. I promise. For those of you who are currently pushing a stroller together, I am jealous. The future and the world can be yours if you tackle it together. Now don’t screw it up. O

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‘Maleficent’ among many looking to make movie magic By Jeff McGinnis

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he story of 2014’s summer movie schedule is suspiciously similar to the story of 2013’s, and the decade or so before that: a slate of superhero action movies, sequels to previous hits and smaller flicks hoping to grab a piece of the pie. There may be a surprise or two among the summer’s biggest films, but by and large it’s franchises galore. The tone was set by “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” on May 2, and as studios get ready to turn up the heat, here’s what 3661 1 8/30/12 1:28 PM Page 1 MayDevers_Collision_TFP95_Layout 30: ’Maleficent’ the rest of the season looks like.

“Neighbors” — Seth Rogen plays a suburban dad whose life is turned upside down when he moves in next to a 2014 fraternity house led by Zac Efron. The film has no relation to the 1981 John Belushi/ Dan Aykroyd comedy of the same name, though the basic premise of warring factions who live next door to each other is hardly new. Still, the early reviews have been excellent, indicating that Rogen’s streak of hit summer comedies may continue. Also: Faith-based comedy “Moms’

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May 16

“Godzilla” — The big guy is back. Sixty years after his first appearance, Godzilla once again stomps into theaters for a new American reboot, with Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. trying to erase fans’ memories of the fairly disastrous 1998 film from Columbia TriStar. A first-rate cast (Ken Watanabe! Bryan Cranston!) and a monster design much closer to Toho Pictures’ original beast help give American fans hope. “Million Dollar Arm” — Based on a true story, Jon Hamm plays a sports agent who seeks out talented new baseball pitchers by running a reality TV

show in India. The loose outline is suspiciously similar to “The Air Up There” and any number of other “unknown talents discovered” flicks, but it may be just the type of feel-good family flick that becomes a sleeper hit.

May 23

“X-Men: Days of Future Past” — The sixth “X-Men” film and the seventh to feature Hugh Jackman as Wolverine (if you count his quick cameo in “First Class”), this one brings both the old and the new casts together. Adapted from a classic comic storyline, the X-Men of the present send Wolverine back to the past in an effort to prevent an event that imperils everyone. n Movies CONTINUES ON 16


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n Movies CONTINUED FROM 15 The unanswered question: Will the scandal surrounding director Bryan Singer cause audiences to stay away? Also: Adam Sandler/Drew Barrymore comedy “Blended”

May 30

“Maleficent” — Get ready to see things from the villain’s point of view. Angelina Jolie plays the evil queen who imprisoned Sleeping Beauty, in a story that makes her the focal point. The look of the movie is incredible (as well it should be, since Oscar-winning production designer Robert Stromberg is making his directorial debut), and Jolie is the spitting image of her animated counterpart. How the story will hold up remains to be seen. “A Million Ways to Die in the

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West” — Seth MacFarlane has had a remarkably varied year, between his usual animated success, his coollyreceived and now-canceled sitcom “Dads” and his critically-lauded reboot of “Cosmos.” Now he tackles that most elusive of prey — a hit Western comedy. MacFarlane stars as a sheep rancher who tries to gain some gumption with the help of a gunslinger played by Charlize Theron.

June 6

“Edge of Tomorrow” — Here’s brilliant marketing for you: This Tom Cruise sci-fi action flick is based on a Japanese novel called “All You Need is Kill.” That is an unforgettable title. “Edge of Tomorrow” sounds like a soap opera that gets canceled in six months. Anyway, Cruise stars as an officer who gets caught in a time loop

where he lives the same battle over and over until he finds a way to win. Yep, it’s “Groundhog Day” mixed with “Halo,” though its premise could lead to some stellar battle sequences. Also: Literary adaptation “The Fault in Our Stars”

June 13

“22 Jump Street” — The surprisingly successful comedy based loosely on the former Fox drama “21 Jump Street” comes back for a sequel. Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum both return, as well as original directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller, for a story about the undercover cops working a case at a local college. It’s tempting to see if comedic lightning can strike twice, though audiences burned by “Hangover 2” and “3” may do well to be cautious. n Movies CONTINUES ON 17

Godzilla, that radioactive rem- became a perennial box office player nant of man’s folly with nuclear de- and enjoyed a long string of films in his native Japan. struction, is facing Up until the down a bomb. The 1990s, Godzilla giant lizard’s films made their newest Amerway to the U.S. to beican film foray, out come popular popMay 16, faces not corn programmers only all the chaland fodder for afterlenges within its stonoon TV film festiryline, but also the vals. Toho continued ill-will generated by the series into the his disastrous first new millennium, attempt to conquer but American auAmerica. Jim BEARD diences grew too The producers sophisticated and of “Godzilla,” this enamored with time from Warner CGI special efBros., have an upfects to embrace hill battle to win men in rubber suits over American crushing miniature audiences after cityscapes. the 1998 Columbia Today, Godzilla’s screen advenTriStar bomb of a film, but advance trailers seem to indicate they got it tures are considered kitsch of the right. The previous flick offered a highest — or lowest — order, so the Godzilla that didn’t much resemble new movie needs to sweep away its famous Japanese progenitor, but that taint and deliver something today’s American monster sports along the lines of the 1954 original: features that echo the original while a serious treatise on the dangers of endowing the look with modern playing God with nature. Can they do it? Recent giant sensibilities. Add to that hints of another creature to battle the Tokyo monster films such as “Cloverfield” Titan and star Bryan Cranston, hot and “Pacific Rim” didn’t exactly set off “Breaking Bad,” and we may be theaters on fire, but then again, this able to put Matthew Broderick and is Godzilla. The Granddaddy of his baby Godzillas behind us forever. ’em all. The Big G. The Terror of the Born in Toho Pictures’ 1954 East. If he can’t enthrall America, “Gojira,” the rampaging reptile soon no one can. O


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June 20

“Think Like a Man Too” — Another follow-up to a shockingly successful comedy, the sequel to the 2012 original (based on Steve Harvey’s relationship advice book) sees the original cast return and the setting shift to Las Vegas. Director Tim Story is back, too, as is the original writing team. The first flick made nearly $100 million and helped establish Kevin Hart as a star, so hopes are high here. Also: Clint Eastwood musical adaptation “Jersey Boys”

June 27

“Transformers: Age of Extinction” — This series just won’t die, will it? The fourth in the Michael Bay robots-indisguise saga is set four years after “Dark of the Moon,” in a world whereaTranst formers are hunted. Good news:tAh whole e new live-action cast (led by Mark Wahlberg) gives the series a breath of fresh air. Bad news: The writer is still Ehren


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Krueger, who has written every film since 2009’s “Revenge of the Fallen” — meaning the movies started getting really bad as soon as he took over.

July 25: ’Hercules’

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“Tammy” — Melissa McCarthy has become one of the most bankable comedy stars in recent years, and this one seems to be her baby: She cowrote, produced and stars in this tale of a woman who decides to leave her old life behind and hit the road with her grandmother (Susan Sarandon). You can bet on the box office success of this one (if McCarthy could make “Identity Thief ” a hit, she can do anything), and if the quality’s high enough, this could be the summer’s biggest comedy. Also: Horror/crime thriller “Deliver Us from Evil,” extraterrestrial family flick “Earth to Echo”

July 11

“Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” — Ten years have passed since Caesar led his rebellion, and the virus that was unleashed has wiped out most of mankind. Now, in this sequel to 2011’s “Rise of the Planet of the Apes,” humans and simians are on the brink of war. Which side will triumph and survive? Well, here’s a hint: A third film in this rebooted MUSICseries was SERIES already announced back in January. Also: Michael Douglas/Diane Keaton rom-com “And So It Goes” n Movies CONTINUES ON 18


July 2: ’Tammy’


June 13: “22 Jump Street” and “How to Train Your Dragon 2” June 20: “Jersey Boys” and “Think Like a Man Too” June 27: “Transformers: Age of Extinction”

May 9: “Neighbors,” “Moms’ Night Out” and “Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return” May 16: “Godzilla” and “Million Dollar Arm” May 23: “X-Men: Days of Future Past” and “Blended” May 30: “Maleficent” and “A Million Ways to Die in the West”

July 2: “Deliver Us from Evil,” “Earth to Echo” and “Tammy” July 11: “And So It Goes” and “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” July 18: “Jupiter Ascending,” “Planes: Fire & Rescue” and “The Purge: Anarchy”


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“Jupiter Ascending” — The Wachowskis are back again. It’s been 15 years since the original “Matrix” changed the face of modern action movies, and fans (and studio executives) have waited for the siblings to once more deliver on the promise that first film indicated. Is this movie the one? Starring Mila Kunis as a janitor who learns her destiny has incredible ramifications throughout the universe, the film has amazing visuals and a breathtaking trailer — reasons for hope. Also: Disney spinoff sequel “Planes: Fire & Rescue,” horror sequel “The Purge: Anarchy”

July 25

“Hercules” — 2013’s biggest box office star takes a swing at one of the biggest mythological heroes, as Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson plays the Herc. This is the second film based on the character this year alone (admit it, you already forgot about “The Legend of Hercules,” right?), and this one’s directed by Brett Ratner, a name which many feel doesn’t inspire confidence. But hey, Johnson is on a hell of a roll lately. Also: Cameron Diaz comedy “Sex Tape,” dance sequel “Step Up All In”


“Guardians of the Galaxy” — This may be Marvel Studios’ biggest crapshoot to date. The most obscure superhero team to get a movie in a while, the ensemble cast features Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, John C. Reilly, Djimon Hounsou, Vin Diesel and more. Directed by James Gunn (whose highest

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profile film was “Slither” back in 2006), this film may have an uphill climb in terms of market recognition, but the trailer is a hoot and may reel in fans who aren’t even into superheroes. Also: James Brown biopic “Get On Up”

Aug. 8

“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” — Michael Bay is dipping his fingers into Generation X’s childhood again! Well, he’s not directing this one, but true helmer Johnathan Liebesman’s resume (“Battle: Los Angeles,” “Wrath of the Titans”) doesn’t inspire optimism, either. Still, the effects in the trailer are impressive, and the cast is stellar and expansive (Megan Fox! Johnny Knoxville! Tony Shalhoub! Whoopi Goldberg!), so maybe lightning will strike. Also: Helen Mirren in “The Hundred-Foot Journey,” found-footage adventure “Into the Storm,” and Scarlett Johansson action flick “Lucy”

Aug. 15

“The Giver” — Journey with us to a dystopian future where everything

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isn’t as it seems. Director Phillip Noyce helms a film version of Lois Lowry’s 1993 young adult sci-fi novel, starring luminaries like Jeff Bridges, Meryl Streep and Katie Holmes. Also: All-star action sequel “The Expendables 3,” found-footage horror film “As Above, So Below”

Aug. 22

“Sin City: A Dame to Kill For” — Nearly a decade later, it’s time to return to the mean streets of Frank Miller’s imagination. This longawaited follow-up to Robert Rodriguez’s 2005 adaptation of Miller’s noir graphic novels is largely based on the second book in the series, with other original narratives peppered in. Original cast members like Mickey Rourke (Marv!) and Bruce Willis return, while newcomers like Eva Green, Josh Brolin and Joseph Gordon-Levitt sign on as well. Also: Out-of-body drama “If I Stay” O

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Annual Harp Gathering planned for May 15-18 From May 15-18, Denise and Michael Grupp-Verbon will host the seventh annual Harp Gathering at the Sauder Heritage Inn in Archibold. The event will include three concerts, 18 workshops and several vendors selling

instruments and accessories. “We have people who’ve been to the festival a few times and others who come every year. A lot of people sign up for next year before they even leave, which is a testament to how

much they love it,” Denise said. The couple will perform along with a roster of national artists. Performers and presenters include Maeve Gilchrist (Boston), Cynthia Shelhart (Chesterton, Indiana), Frank Voltz

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Live and Butterflies.’” Other workshops include The Organized Harpist and Intro to Improvisation. One registrant will win a model HG-30 harp made by Lewis Creek Instruments in the annual Harp Hunt and Gathering drawing. Denise said she started playing harp in fifth grade when she had a choice between joining choir or band, and she’s been passionate about it ever since. Her inspiration for the Harp Gathering comes from the joy of meeting other harpists and providing an environment for shared creativity. The Sauder Heritage Inn is located at 22611 state Route 2 in Archbold. The concerts are open to the public, and tickets are available in advance or at the door for $15. For more information, call (419) 478-4177. O — Chase Will

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4630 Heatherdowns Blvd., Toledo (419) 380-1616,

Hours: 3:30-9 p.m. Monday; 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. TuesdayWednesday, Sunday; 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Thursday-Saturday The Black Pearl’s patio overlooks Stranahan Theater and features a relaxing atmosphere, half-off bar and patio specials Thursdays starting at 9 p.m. and live entertainment when weather permits, said general manager Brad Holler. Known for its prime rib and fresh seafood, the venue offers a casual yet upscale dining experience perfect for catching a meal before a show, Holler said. Catering and a private room are also available. O

The Bronze Boar has one of the biggest patios in Toledo and offers cornhole, pool, KENO and live music Monday through Saturday. The venue features a casual atmosphere and an affordable selection of more than 100 domestic and imported beers. Bar snacks are available. O


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Burger Bar 419

4400 Heatherdowns Blvd., Toledo / (419) 724-5844 5125 Monroe St., Toledo / (419) 724-7901, Hours: Opens 11:30 a.m. Monday-Sunday Now open at two locations, Burger Bar 419 offers “comfort food with style, ” featuring its popular and unique layered burgers and plenty of locally grown menu items. The Monroe Street location, at the former Star Bar, features a 75-seat patio, including a full covered outside bar with eight rotating craft beer taps and several TVs, said co-owner Moussa Salloukh. Two garage doors can open to link the restaurant to the patio, which is set back from the road and secluded. Live music will play Wednesday through Sunday. A 24-seat covered front patio at the Heatherdowns Boulevard location offers a “nice little ambiance” rain or shine with strings of light and speakers, said co-owner Tony House. O

The Café and Mutz

At The Oliver House, 27 Broadway St., Toledo (419) 243-1302,

Hours: 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday (The Café) and 3:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. (Mutz). Both closed Sunday

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A casual open-air courtyard in the center of the historic Oliver House is used by The Café at Petit-Fours at lunchtime and by Mutz in the evening, said Neal Kovacik, general manager of Oliver House Operations. The space also features open mic nights on Wednesday, karaoke on Thursday, live bands on Friday and DJs on Saturday. The Café offers an eclectic lunch menu, featuring made-from-scratch soups, salads, sandwiches, quiches, wood-fired pizzas and more. Maumee Bay Brewing Co. beers, an extensive wine selection, freshly baked desserts and specialty beverages from Petit-Fours Patisserie and Wi-Fi are also available. O

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El Camino Real

2500 W. Sylvania Ave., Toledo (419) 472-0700,

Hours: Kitchen hours 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Sunday and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday-Saturday. Bar and patio open later Along with its margaritas, El Camino Real is known for its huge patio, which features an outside bar, regular live entertainment and giveaways and contests on weekends, said co-owner Jesus Angel. Smaller patios can be found at its locations in Oregon, 2072 Woodville Road, and Maumee, 551 W. Dussel Drive, Angel said. O

La Scola Italian Grill 5375 Airport Hwy., Toledo (419) 381-2100,

Hours: 5-9 p.m. Sunday-Monday, 5-10 p.m. TuesdayThursday, 4-11 p.m. Friday-Sunday. With its extensive wine list and gourmet Italian cuisine, La Scola is “a place to get away from it all,” said Moussa Salloukh, who co-owns the eatery with Gus Nicolaidis. The restaurant’s 40-seat patio, partially covered by a pergola roof with strings of light, offers comfortable, full-service dining and Pinot on the Patio events, Salloukh said. Mint, parsley, sage, oregano and tomato plants used in restaurant dishes grow in planter boxes on the patio. “All my herbs are out there so it’s got a nice fragrance when you hit the patio,” he said. The space is available for rehearsal dinners, showers and other events. O

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Le Petit Gourmet

1516 Adams St., Toledo (419) 243-6675,

6546 Weatherfield Court, Maumee (419) 866-6343,

Hours: Lunch starts at 11 a.m. MondaySaturday; Dinner, 5-10 p.m. Monday-Saturd ay; Brunch, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday

Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday-S closed Sunday. Open hours for catering aturday,

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Le Petit Gourmet is popular for catering events of all types and sizes, said Jason Dzierwa, who owns the eatery and catering company with his wife, Sarah. The casual deli features fresh salads, sandwiches and seasonal desserts and the atmosphere draws in repeat customers. “It’s a very inviting place,” he said. “We know 80 percent of the people that walk through our door.” O

Manhattan’s brings the taste of New York to Toledo with menu items like Manhattan Clam Chowder and Brooklyn Baked Scallops. The restaurant features an open-air patio and free Wi-Fi. Warm-weather Wednesday evenings on the patio are dedicated to Yappy Hour with chef-made doggie treats. Reservations are recommended on weekends. O

Loma Linda’s full-service patio features a fireplace. The family-owned eatery has been in business since 1955 and was the first Mexican restaurant in Toledo, said manager Jeanie Kunzer. Loma Linda serves authentic Mexican and American cuisine and features Margarita Mondays, daily lunch specials, a magician on Wednesdays and a mariachi band on Fridays. O

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The patio at Ventura’s offers full-service dining all day long with seating for about 40 on tables with umbrellas. Specializing in Mexican and American cuisine for the past 29 years, this local favorite is the place to relax with family and friends, said general manager Valerie MundtScott. The eatery also features a daily cocktail hour from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., a Tuesday margarita special for $2.60, including 10 different flavors until 9 p.m., and a 99-cent Con Queso special from 3-6 p.m. Monday-Thursday. A private dining room for special events of up to 50 people is available during the afternoon hours. O


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Bar 145º

Featuring burgers, bands and bourbon. $5 cover. 5304 Monroe St. (419) 593-0073, ✯ Zack Attack: May 9. ✯ Mustang Sally: May 10. ✯ Battle of the Bands: May 15.

Barr’s Public House

Offering craft beer, hand-crafted specialty drinks and martinis, a well-rounded wine selection and an eclectic food menu. 3355 Briarfield Blvd., Maumee. (419) 866-8466. ✯ Randy McIntire: May 9. ✯ Last Born Sons: May 10. ✯ Josh Whitney: May 15.

Bronze Boar

20 S. Huron St. (419) 244-2627, bronze ✯ Beg To Differ: May 9. ✯ Rukus: May 10. ✯ Steve Finelli and Oliver Roses and Open Mic: May 12. ✯ Steve Kennedy and Open Mic: May 15.

Cheers Sports Eatery

Parkway, Perrysburg. (419) 931-0273 or www. ✯ Open Mic: May 9. ✯ Making Strides Walk: 10 percent off for breast cancer survivors and a free cookie. ✯ Mother’s Day: Free drink for mothers if you say “This is my mom and I love her” to the barista working: May 11.

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Frankie’s Inner-City

5243 Dorr St., at Reynolds Road. (419) 5314446 or ✯ Don Coats: May 9.

Durty Bird

A full bar featuring frozen drinks and multiple happy hours (4-7 p.m.) on weekdays, plus salads, soups and sandwiches, accompany live entertainment four nights a week. 2 S. St. Clair St. (419) 243-2473, ✯ Open mic: 7 p.m. Tuesdays. ✯ Microphonics: 5 p.m. May 10. ✯ Post Modern Blues Band: 9 p.m. May 10. ✯ Ross Thompson: 12 p.m. May 11. ✯ Whitty & Murphy: 1 p.m. May 11. ✯ Jason Hudson: 8 p.m. May 12. ✯ Jason Quick: 4:30 p.m. May 13. ✯ Estar Cohen Project: 8 p.m. May 13. ✯ Jaime Mills & Ty: 8 p.m. May 14. ✯ Kyle White: 9 p.m. May 15.


This family-friendly eatery dishes up live performances and Chicago-style pizza. 7131 Orchard Centre Drive, Holland. (419) 491-0990. ✯ Name That Tune: May 10.

This two-man band (consisting of Dave Rybaczewski and Walter Guy) performs Beatles songs acoustically. ✯ River Café & Marina, 6215 Edgewater Drive, Erie. May 10.

Dégagé Jazz Café


Signature drinks, such as pumpkin martinis, plus live local jazz performers. 301 River Road, Maumee. $5 weekends for cafe seating. (419) 794-8205 or ✯ Cynthia Kaay-Bennett: May 10. ✯ Gene Parker: May 13. ✯ Gene Parker & Friends: May 14. ✯ Jesse Asbell: May 15.

The Distillery

A club “for the mature crowd,” Evolution offers $5 martinis on Thursdays and the occasional live musical performance. 519 S. Reynolds Road. (419) 725-6277 or ✯ Feel Good Fridays: Fridays. ✯ Sensational Saturdays: Saturdays.

The Flying Joe

A coffee house with wings? Maybe you’ll feel like soaring after a signature mocha. Sometimes they add a shot of music. 2130 Preston

Toledo’s venue for rock. Tickets $5-$14, unless otherwise noted. 308 Main St. (419) 693-5300 or ✯ J Davies Birthday Showcase with Peacekeepers featuring Rev V & D Boi, J Davies, Defonix, DKapp, Esai, Fif Element, JO2, B Dunn, DJ Syko: 8 p.m. May 9. ✯ Frankie’s Metal Prom: 9 p.m. May 10. ✯ Bernie Worrell Orchestra: 8 p.m. May 14. ✯ TFoak Release Party feat. Bigg Eddie Bauer, DKA, Floww Mosley, BMG, Brick, Chi Diallo, Shan Digg and special guests: 7 p.m. May 15.

Glass City Café

This small venue offers musical accompaniment for its Saturday brunches. 10 a.m., 1107 Jackson St. (419) 241-4519 or ✯ Michael Gramza & Guests: May 10.

H Lounge

Hollywood Casino Toledo, 777 Hollywood Blvd. (419) 661-5200, ✯ Jedi Mind Trip: 9 p.m. May 9. ✯ The Wailers: 10 p.m. May 10.

Sylvania. (419) 882-2266 or ✯ Stonehouse: May 9. ✯ Anna Givens Quartet: May 10. Casual meals and bingo and trivia nights with weekend entertainment. 1815 Adams St. (419) 725-5483 or ✯ She Bears, Zimmerman Twins, Indigo Wild: May 9.

Packo’s at the Park 7 S. Superior St. ✯ Zak Ward: May 10.

Potbelly Sandwich Shop

4038 Talmadge Road. (419) 725-5037 or ✯ Jaime Mills: Noon-2 p.m. Fridays.


With its focus on swing music, Jeff McDonald’s group of musicians provides a peek into another era, with music from bandleaders such as Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, the Dorseys and more. With combos from trio to full orchestra, the group provides music for all occasions. (419) 708-0265, (419) 874-0290 or ✯ Trotters Tavern, 5131 Heatherdowns Blvd., (419) 381-2079: 8 p.m. Tuesdays.

The Village Idiot

Ronn Daniels performs weekly at this pub. 8-11 p.m. Thursdays, 141 Main St. (419) 6976297 or ✯ The Ragbirds, ind’grass: 9 p.m. May 9.

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The Art Tatum Jazz Society will provide smooth, cool “Twilight Jazz” along the river, appetizers included. 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesdays, Grand Plaza Hotel’s Aqua Lounge, 444 N. Summit St. $5-$15. (419) 241-141 or


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Cedar Point Opening Day

Cedar Point’s opening day will feature two new rides, including the new Pipe Scream thrill ride. 1 Cedar Point Drive, Sandusky. (419) 6272350. ✯ Opening Day: 10 a.m. May 10.

PechaKucha Night Toledo

The sixth PechaKucha Night will focus on presentations about “Journeys.” Presenters include John Abbey of DOVE Fund, Joni Johnson of Humans of Toledo, artist Yusuf Lateef, photographer Elliot Charney, Amber LeFever of Leso Gallery, Barbara Laird and Lindsay Williams. Seed Coworking, 25 S. St. Clair St., 8 p.m. May 10.

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Monthly film screening: “Office Killer,” 7 p.m. May 12. Haigh Auditorium, Center for Visual Arts Building (attached to Toledo Museum of Art, 244 Monroe St. ). If you would like your event in The Pulse, contact Matt at (Wish him a happy birthday on May 15.)

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Grand Opening!!

Coordinator/Host: Provide support and activities for high school exchange students. Volunteer hosts also needed. Apply online:

Lighthouse Landing Art, Antique, and Craft Mall. Sunday, June 1st, from 9:45 to 4. We are currently looking for more vendors. Vendor Open House 5/15 6 to 8 and 5/17 10 to 3. Come and join us in this new and exciting venture. 4441 N. Summit St. in Point Place across from Cullen Park.


Specializing in the detailed maintenance of your landscape & garden beds.


From weeding to pruning, to trimming and planting, we provide landscape and garden care all season long! Available on an ongoing, periodic, or one time basis. Fully Insured. BBB Accredited with A+ Rating One of the top three finalists for 2012 Torch Awards presented by BBB.

Toledo Free Press publishes classified ads and cannot be responsible for problems arising between parties placing or responding to ads in our paper. We strongly urge everyone to exercise caution when dealing with people, companies and organizations with whom you are not familiar.

legal notices A+ Self Storage at 1324 W. Alexis Toledo, OH 43612 will offer for public sale at 3:30PM on May 28, 2014 the following units: Unit 256, Cheryl Morales 3425 N Erie St Toledo, OHIO 45840: Boxes, Stereo Equipment, Mattress; Unit 516, Jamie Perryman 10 Southard Apt 301 Toledo, OHio 43604: Boxes, Grill, Bicycle; Unit 613, Ashley Gould 5747 Talmadge #C-12 Toledo, OH 43623: Boxes, Grill, Toys; Unit 628, Stacey Leestma 5073 Breezeway Toledo, Ohio 43613: End Table, Sofa, Table Lamps; Unit 633, Emily Stone 5626 Chippewa Rd Toledo, OH 43613: Box, Shelf; Unit 659, Eric Padgett 4808 Douglas Toledo, OH 43612: Artwork, Kitchen Chairs, Toddler Bed; Unit 925, Ericka Burns 2530 Heather Hills Apt D Toledo, Ohio 43614: Holiday Décor, Storage Tubs, Artwork; Unit 1042, Neil Kominek 751 W. Temperance, MI 48182: Entertainment Center, Muffler; Cash and Removal. Call ahead to confirm: 419-476-1400 NEED 18-24 energetic people to travel with young successful business group. Paid travel. No experience necessary $500-$750 weekly. 480-718-9540 ADOPTION IS a brave choice for you. We promise your baby a secure life of love. Jen & Marc 1-866295-4446 Exp. pd. UNPLANNED PREGNANCY? THINKING OF ADOPTION? Open or closed adoption. YOU choose the family. LIVING EXPENSES PAID. Abbys One True Gift Adoptions. Call 24/7. 866-413-6294

Wanted WANTS TO purchase minerals and other oil & gas interests. Send details P.O. Box 13557, Denver, Co 80201

All real estate advertised in this paper is subject to the federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, in the sale, rental, or financing of housing. This Publisher will not knowingly accept any advertising that violates any applicable law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this paper are available on an equal opportunity basis. If you believe you have been discriminated against in connection with the sale, rental, or financing of housing, call the Toledo Fair Housing Center, (419) 243-6163.

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Public notice

Driver / Delivery / Courier

General Employment

THE FOLLOWING STORAGE UNITS WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION BY LOCK-IT-UP, LLC ON OR AFTER 5-27-2014 AT LEONARD’S AUCTION SERVICE 6350 CONSEAR RD OTTAWA LAKE, MI RICHARD LEONARD AUCTIONEER 3316 DUSTIN OREGON OH 43616 5040 Jennifer Ankney 2850 Pickle Rd. #192 Household. 8015/8016 Michelle Hoffman 1337 South Coy Road Household. 12400 WILLIAMS RD PERRYSBURG OH 43551 6020 Anthony A Richardson 25789 Apex Lane Household. 1046 S BYRNE RD TOLEDO OH 43609 3016 Lindsey Denham 1140 Shadow Ln Household. 6387 SOUTH AVE TOLEDO OH 43615 7045 Jerry Tipping 560 Butternut Ln Household. 7010 Denetta Webber 1254 Bernath Pkwy Household. 7840 SYLVANIA AVE SYLVANIA OH 43560 2016 Howard Beil 4614 Beaconfields Ct Household & Business. 3032 AIRPORT HWY TOLEDO OH 43609 5111 Zachary Burkett 2805 Airport Hwy Household. 5406 Antoinette Justus 7274 Starcrest Rd Household. 6128 Evon Kidan 236 Segur Household. 7218 Cleon Burkhalter 418 Maumee Apt A Household. 3004 Larry Reid 4340 Truxton Place Household. 4212 Brian Jones 628 Western Ave Apt 1A Household. 5002 & 8005 Ruth Smith 1143 South Household & Business. 802 S REYNOLDS TOLEDO OH 43615 3528 Amelia Hayes-Jones AKA Amelia Coogler 3033 Algonquinn Pkwy Household. 3413 & 3409 Natacia Parker 3362 Robinet Dr Cincinnati OH 45238 Household & business. 8102 Linda Prater 4444 Airport Hwy 19 Household. 6424 MEMORIAL HWY OTTAWA LAKE MI 49267 6351 Amber Short 5175 Allen St Sylvania OH 43560 Household. 6023 Mike Hernandez 922 Gribbin Lane Apt 1A Toledo OH 43612 Household. 11123 James Durkee 1144 Smith Rd Unit A Temperance MI 48182. 4601 JACKMAN RD TOLEDO OH 43612 1022 Ronald Frazier 1572 Clay St Household. 1080 Thomas Crawford 4524 Ruxton Rd Household. 5511 Jessica Collier 1779 Tremainville Apt 107 Household. 6112 Justin Maddox 1761 Giant Household. 5401 TELEGRAPH TOLEDO OH 43612 1029 Ludie Campbell 1134 Norwood Household. 2015 Unknown Abandoned Items Household. 2022 Patricia Teneyck 835 McKinley Ave Household. 3010 Janet Cullars 4846 Ventura Household 7013 Ashley Orra 2040 Marlow Household. 2024 Ariana Green 5756 Windgate St Household.

Employment Construction Custom residential construction company looking for a laborer and also a semiskilled carpenter. Both positions must have a truck or van. Residential experience a plus, but not mandatory. Pay commensurate with experience. Full-time positions with benefits. Send résumé or letter of qualifications to The Berman Building Company at 6711 Monroe Street, Building III, Suite B, Sylvania, Ohio 43560 or email to

Do you need a GREAT part-time job? be a toledo free press home delivery carrier!

Walking Routes available

CALL: 419-241-1700 ext. 221

Cryogenic Transportation LLC, a highway subsidiary of the Kenan Advantage Group, is seeking Class A CDL drivers out of Monclova, OH.

DRIVER OPEN HOUSE Wednesday, May 14th 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 2701 South Eber Rd., Suite 4L Monclova, OH 43542 Company Drivers • $1000 WEEKLY GUARANTEE • Local & OTR positions • Excellent benefits including: Medical, Dental, & Vision plans • Paid vacations & holidays • 401K with company match • Paid training on safe driving & product handling • Well-maintained equipment • Driver referral incentive pay • And so much more! Owner-Operators • Local & OTR positions • Competitive pay- Mileage Contracts • Health Insurance plans available • Peak demand pay • 100% of Fuel Surcharge paid • 100% of Billable Pump or Compressor Charge paid • No Forced Dispatch • Paid orientation and training • Paid weekly • Driver referral incentive pay *Some restrictions apply • And so much more!

Teams - $10,000 SIGN ON BONUS We require Class A CDL, 2 years recent, verifiable tractor-trailer experience, Tank and Hazmat endorsements (or ability to obtain), and a safe driving record. 800-871-4581

Kenan Advantage Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Education THE OCEAN Corp. 10840 Rockley Road, Houston, Texas 77099. Train for a New Career. *Underwater Welder. Commercial Diver. *NDT/Weld Inspector. Job Placement Assistance. Financial Aid available for those who qualify. 1-800-321-0298.

General Employment

VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR Metroparks of the Toledo Area has an opening for a part-time Volunteer Coordinator, up to 35 hours/week. Two years college and experience in volunteer administration or special event management required. $14.35 per hour. Visit to view job requirements and submit online application and résumé by May 18. EOE

Refinery Operator (Toledo Refining Company) Overview The Toledo Refining Company is located in Oregon, Ohio and is owned by PBF Energy LLC. The refinery has a crude oil processing capacity of 170,000 barrels per day. Description A Refinery Operator works 12 hour rotating shifts on various units within the refinery which process crude oil as a feed stock in order to produce gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, various chemicals and other products. Our Company is committed to a foundation of safe and environmentally compliant operations so Operators must follow all procedures and safe work practices. New hires will be required to complete a 36 month apprenticeship program. Starting pay is $26.54 per hour. Responsibilities An Operator may be responsible for: maintaining equipment and operations; climbing ladders, tanks and towers up to 200 ft.; taking samples/readings of various process streams; initiating work orders and permitting for work related to the assigned unit; maintaining proper and safe process operations of the operating equipment; and communicating effectively during the shift and at shift relief regarding key process unit and equipment information. Basic/Required Qualifications Must be at least 18 years of age; be legally authorized to work in the United States without restrictions; hold a High school diploma or equivalent; and hold a current driver’s license. Must be willing to perform/comply with the following: working overtime; working on holidays and weekends; working in enclosed/confined spaces, such as tanks and towers; working with large, hot, high-speed machines; lifting a minimum of 50 pounds; working around chemicals; wearing fire retardant clothing and personal protective equipment; maintaining your face daily so that a respirator/face mask can seal properly; performing fire fighting duties; working outside in harsh weather conditions; and working with petroleum products and support systems that are under high pressure and heat. Conditions of Employment Written tests and assessments; meeting physical criteria for the job; a physical skills demonstration test; ability to demonstrate basic computer skills; pass a background check and drug screening; be eligible to qualify or hold a Transportation Workers Identification Credential (TWIC card); and be eligible to qualify or hold a State of Ohio 3rd Class Steam Engineer License (SEL) within 24 months of employment. In order to be considered for this position, applicants must submit their résumé in Microsoft Word format per the following process on or before 11:59 P.M. of May 25, 2014. All applicants must provide a valid e-mail address where they can be contacted as candidates will be notified and assigned a testing date and time by e-mail on or before June 2. All contact information must be accurate and up to date. Phase 1 consists of 4 tests. Relocation is not available for this position. All interested candidates may apply by going to and selecting the Career tab. Once on the career page, candidates can click on view our current job opportunities; click on Toledo Refining Company; search jobs and apply to the job opportunity listed as “Refinery Operator”. EOE/M/F/D/V

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A home for Dottie

Dottie is a 3-year-old female Redbone Coonhound. She is a sweet independent girl with a curious nature. Dottie is always sticking her nose into different places looking for anything she may find interesting. Dottie is very intelligent and her mind is always searching for new experiences. Being a smart dog sometimes gets her into trouble. She may easily become bored if she doesn’t have enough mental stimulation and that’s when she is most likely to find creative ways to entertain herself. Dottie loves to swim in the baby pools at the shelter. Water games are her favorite and she will happily lounge in the pool with the kids or other dogs on warmer days. With a little training, Dottie can be taught to direct her powerful nose to find almost anything. She is a good fit for any family who enjoys spending a lot of time with their dog. Dottie

Dottie is spayed, current on her vaccinations and microchipped. Toledo Area Humane Society is located at 1920 Indian Wood Circle, Arrowhead Park, Maumee. Adoption hours are noon to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Call (419) 891-0705 or visit www. O



General Employment


Help Wanted

$25 Each

Gas & Electric

That’s $50+ Per Door! Canvassing Energy

866.RFGroup Restaurant

Now hiring: servers • bartenders dishwashers • cooks Must have an awesome personality and be able to multitask and work weekends and nights! Please apply at 1631 Toll Gate Drive, Maumee 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Ask for George.

Professional Services Construction & Building Mobile Welding Service, certified welding. Offering farm equipment repair, millwork, steel fabrication. Call (419) 322-0250 or email

Toledo, Saint Louis St 4BR/2BA Multi Family 2235 sqft, Hardwood Floors Lease or Cash $250 DN, $138/mo 877-535-6274

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A Toledo tradition since 2005

Visit us at our nEW location!

5442 Monroe st.

30 Years

of buying Gold, Silver, Diamonds and Platinum Jewelry

— TOlEDO —

(across from Mancy’s italian)

WRisT anD pOCkET WaTCHEs Wristwatches and Pocketwatches All Time Periods, All Kinds, All Types Rare Watches Worth A Fortune In Cash! Looking For : Regular Watches • Dudley Chronograph Watches E. Howard & Co Repeating Watches • Elgin Musical Watches • Frodsham Chiming Watches • Gallet Moon Phase Watches • Gruen Stop Watches • Gubelin Unusual Function • Hamilton Unusual Dial • Illinois Unusual Shape • International World Time Watches Jules Jurgenson Jump Hour LeCoultre • Doctor’s Longines • Pocket Watches Movado • Lady’s Watches Omega • A. Lange Patek Phillippe Audemars Piguet • Rolex Ball Seth Thomas • Breitling Tiffany & Co • Cartier Ulysse Nardin • Columbus Vacheron Constantin • Corum Ditisheim • All Others

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OlD COsTUME JEWElRy 1960 and Older (Buying Only Finer Quality Items)

Paying up to $300 for the following: Necklaces • Amber Items Sets Hat Pins • Compacts Mosaic Items • Cinnabar Items Jewelry Boxes From Jewelry Stores (pre‑1940) Marcasite Items • Silver Boxes Bakelite Items • Earrings Glass Beaded Purses Purses (all kinds pre–1950)

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All time periods, all kinds, all types. We are looking for the following: Silver Jewelry • Brooches Pendants • Necklaces Cocktail Rings Charm Bracelets • Earrings Bracelets • Cameos • Victorian Art Deco • Enameled Cufflinks • Pins Gold‑Filled Jewelry (1920 & Older) Pearl Items Geometric Designs Art Nouveau • Crossover Rings Lavaliers • Garnet Jewelry Bakelite Items Filigree Rings • Floral Designs

“We need your gold for our Manufacturing needs” Buy • Sell • Trade Gold, Silver, Platinum Diamonds


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We Pay

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Desirae A. McDonald Ryan David McFann Erika McGreevy Erin McIntyre Kaitlin McIntyre Luke Aaron McKee Seth A. Mclaughlin Delfina A. Medina Karen K. Medina Chandler Davidson Mendenhall Maribel L. Mendoza Christy Anne Merritt Eric Raymond Messer Erica Mestemaker Kayla Shaye Meszaros Lauren Nicole Meyers Steven M. Michalski Karina V. Middlebrooks Andrew Mikolajczyk Alexander Miller Ashley Renee Miller Carrie L. Miller Dinah Miller John Charles Miller Kelli J. Miller Tyler Miller Rachel Campos Molina Paula J. Monnett Theresa Marie Moon Dustin W. Moosman Alexandria Kay Morelock Amy T. Morford Arianne J. Morgan Michael D. B. Morgan Lisa Morlock Eric Jeffrey Morren Jonathon Gerald Moser Michael Todd Motter II Jared I. Motz Michael J. Mugler Jr. Angela Murphy Sarah Beth Murphy Angela Murtada Issam H. Mustafa Amber A. Myers Lance T. Myers Mallory A. Myers Joshua Naimy Andrew Felix Narvaez Joshua Nealis Kelsey Lynn Nedderman Nicole M. Neiling Jonathan Newton Victoria Marie Nichols Sara N. Nietz Libbie Katherine Nofzinger Kaethi M. Nolan Joseph S. Nollendorfs Rebecca Nollendorfs Jeffery Nowak Jonathan Nowak Olivia Nicole Nowicki Stephanie R. Nusbaum Kristin Nicole Nye Kristy J. Oates Alison Sue Okenka Jessica S. Okuley Amanda Ollila Allison Patricia Ormsby Daniel Stephen Ortiz Jr. Samantha Jo Ortmann Tom Otieno Seth Montgomery Ottney

Paul R. Overhulse Cheryl Ann Owens Jeremy L. Pam Sharron K. Pappas Leticia E. Parish Erika Parker Faith Kierra Parker Tiara D. Parker Gavin Michael Paszczykowski Luke A. Patay Brian D. Pautz Melinda S. Peace Michael Perault Joni D. Petersheim Matthew T. Pettit Breann Pfouts Jessica May Phelps Melissa Eileen Huff Rhonda M. Phillips Marina Phiouphilavanh Sharma Linda Wehr Piascik John M. Pietras Andrew D. Pinciotti Shelbie Pinkelman JoLynn Pinski Amanda Leigh Pioterek Dawn M. Pioterek Brianna Evon Planz Brianne Marie Porter Dyanni Price Devon Nichole Pugsley Melissa Dawn Quick Kenneth C. Quigg Megan Renee Rahm Marissa Karmen Ramirez Michelle LeAnne Ramlow Daniel P. Raufer Melinda Raufer Jamie Renner Jacob Revill Sakisha J. Reynolds Tiffany Rhineberger Aaron J. Rhodes Cheryl Lyn Rice Karen P. Ricica Joshua James Riebe Ashley Nicole Riley Rochele M. Rippee Tanya Renee Roach Alex T. Roberts Chad Matthew Robinson Jacquelyne Rene Robinson Markisha Monique Robinson Robbie A. Robinson Share’e N. Robinson JaLynn Denise Robison Brittany Lee Rode Esteban Alberto Rodriguez Brandon Matthew Rogan Christopher A. Rogerson Veronica May Rohlman Nichole Rolon Dionna LaTrice Rose Kenneth M. Rose Damion E. Roundtree Dustin K. Rowan Emily G. Ruetz Jocelyn F. Ruetz Zachary Michael Ruetz Keiara Sade Furr-Ruffin Paul J. Ruhland Beatriz A. Ruiz Eunice Russell

Kristina-Marie Rutherford Seth A. Rutledge Rubin Saada Eric J. Sadowski Kaleigh Marie Sampson Alexander Samson Derrisha L. Sanderfer Chelsea Marie Olivvia Sanders Eric Sattler Jenny Sayarath Jennifer L. Sayen Kindle Lynn Sayers Roger Matthew Scarborough Douglas Schmaltz Michael Schoenlein Paige Schwake Dennis J. Seger Courtney Ann Selders Erika Nichole Sell Louis Joseph Sepanski Rachael Elizabeth Shaffer Debra L. Shannak Patricia Anne Shepherd Bryan R. Shinaver Kelsey R. Shipp Marc Allen Shoun Allison I. Shrewsbery Nathan Shrewsbury Rachel K. Sidle John Siebert Heather A. Sieja Caleb Daniel Simmons Tia Michelle Simon Joyce A. Carter-Singer Tina M. Singleton Christopher E. Skibinski Brandy Lyn Sloan Chelsea L. Smith Erin P. Smith James Robert Smith Robert F. Smith Tyler Thomas Smith David M. Snoderly Benjamin Charles Snyder David J. Snyder Kay Lyn Snyder Shana Sparks Holly Kae Speiser Matthew Edward Sperry Fred Spieler Jr. Kaitlin Marie Spiess Philip Edward Stafford Kristen Leigh Staller Anthony C. Stang Brittney L. Stanley Grant L. Steigerwald Cori M. Stewart Robert St. Johns Arthur Perry Stokes Nicklaus Andrew Street Michael Aaron Stroud H. Thomas Study III Pamela S. Sumpter Aric Sutphin Jody L. Swain Jeremy David Swartz Michael Swick Lisa M. Thatcher Elizabeth Marie Theaker Kayla Jean Thibault Ingeborg Timmer Anthony R. Torres Eric S. Toth

Congratulations to more than 760 Owens Community College graduates! Since 1965, the majority of Owens graduates have remained in the community and contributed by working, paying taxes, voting and raising a family. Their investment in education is a mark of the confidence they have in Northwest Ohio. Thank you graduates!

Lindsay N. Trautman Gary Michael Tscherne Jr. Amanda Joy Ulrich Alicia Mae-Marie Upshaw Barton James Urbaniak Lisa R. Urbanski Todd Gregory Valko Melissa A. Vanklingeren Kerri Lynn Vasquez Nathaniel D. Veltman Oleksiy O. Vyhnan Lori Wagner Samuel Lee Wagner Shelley Renee Wagner Nathaniel Evan-David Walborn Crystal Denise Walker Lindsay Renae Walker Jacob M. Walsh Ashley C. Ward Tiffany Marie Ware Kaleb Watkins Jennifer S. Weber Laurie A. Weider Lindsay A. Weills Philip Joseph Weiner Emily F. Weissenberger Steven J. Weldy Jelyca Wells Candace Nicole Welsh Alia R. Werling Matthew Westrick Taesha N. Whirl GiGi White Kristin Danielle White David C. Whitney II Adam James Widdis Jayme M. Wietrzykowski Wesley Scott Willey II Terrell Deshea Williams Heather LaVetta Wilson Sharell M. Wilson Amy Jo Witker Loretta Jane Witte Morgan Hillary Elizabeth Woessner Candice C. Wolfe Samuel D. Woodring Justin T. Woods Rhea Workman Michael W. Wrobleski Shannon Nicole Wurster Sarah Beth Wurzinger Jennifer R. Wyse Julia D. Wyse Michael Yaklin Ashley Marie Yoder Jacob D. Yontz Annie Young Lauren Kaye Yovich Heather N. Zaborowski Daniel M. Zellner Lee Frank Zielinski Zachary X. Zientek Matthew Zitny Cassandra Zydorczyk

* Candidates for graduation ** Some candidate names omitted at their request ***Awarded posthumously

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Toledo Free Press – May 11, 2014  

This edition features WOMEN OF COURAGE: Kim Hood, Komako Goolsby, and Barb Aldrich celbrate 30 years of female firefighters in Toledo. By Sa...