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Women roaring, men snoring Tom Pounds on two events sponsored by empowered women and Michael S. Miller on a pledge that may lead to a soft mayor’s race. page 3

Community

Military honor

Three names added to Lucas County’s Medal of Honor plaque. page 7

Health

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Community Health

Progeria progress Updates on the lives of Kaylee Halko and Carly Kudzia. page 12

Food Fight 419 SAM MELDEN and Food for Thought partner with local restaurants to help combat hunger. By Sarah Ottney, page 6

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t the Sept. 13 This Is Me event, the three women in The Rivets sang the latest Katy Perry song with gritty conviction: “I got the eye of the tiger, a fighter, dancing through the fire/’Cause I am a champion and you’re gonna hear me roar/“Louder, louder than a lion/‘Cause I am a champion and you’re gonna hear me roar.” At an event supporting female empowerment, the song set a perfect mood. The inaugural This Is Me, which benefited Girls on the Run (GOTR) of Northwest Ohio, was a rousing success, raising $6,000 according to organizer Jeremy Baumhower. The event featured large portraits of local women without makeup — Lucas County Prosecutor Julia Bates, Toledo City Councilwoman Lindsay Webb, WTOL-11 news anchor Chrys Peterson, 101.5 The River morning Thomas F. Pounds radio host Mary Beth Zolik, Project iAm founder Nicole Khoury, The Josh Project founder Wanda Butts, Hannah’s Socks founder Hannah Turner, two-time cancer survivor and Susan G. Komen for the Cure honoree Kelli Andres and Toledo Police Sgt. Anita Madison of the Toledo Community Initiative to Reduce Violence. GOTR is a 10-week program that combines running with an interactive curriculum to inspire self-respect and healthy lifestyles in preteen girls. Topics discussed include bullying, peer pressure and healthy body image with a focus on positive physical, emotional, mental and social development. The organization has chapters in more than 200 cities in the United States and Canada. Northwest Ohio’s chapter started in 2012 and hosted 13 teams of third-, fourth- and fifth-graders at 11 sites during its spring season. More local sites will be added this fall. The packed event filled The Blarney Event Center with music, chatter and the clear sound of raw female pride. Toledo Free Press sponsored This Is Me and another big event that night; my group left the GOTR event and drove to Fallen Timbers, where one of the women featured at This Is Me, Khoury, organized a Project iAm concert by George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic. Thousands of people watched one of the masters own the stage, waving arms, shaking bottoms and smiling ear to ear. Project iAm, a charity that provides scholarships to children with autism, is driven by Khoury’s vision and energy. Her efforts, along with those of GOTR and This Is Me, provided a very lucky Friday the 13th with a roar of empowerment that will echo through the lives of many for a long time to come. O Thomas F. Pounds is president and publisher of Toledo Free Press and Toledo Free Press Star. Contact him at tpounds@toledofreepress.com.

LIGHTING THE FUSE

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n a Sept. 15 column, one of the elderly white gentlemen at clearly state I should collect all the money in the Community Chest, but since we did not state The Blade wrote that Toledo mayoral canthat before I rolled the dice, I will forfeit didates Mike “Thunderdome” Bell and D. that opportunity, wot, wot.” Michael “The Dean” Collins should sign “The Flapjack Butterworth IV: “Indeed, old Clean Campaign Pledge developed by the Inman, that’s very sporting of you. What say stitute of [sic] Global Ethics, a Maine-based we end this competition and go soak in the nonpartisan group that promotes ethical beblood of the proletariat, wot, wot?” havior and integrity in public and private life.” Reginald Oldmoney III: “Capital idea!” A number of people posted comments on Bell and Collins predictably took the bait the irony of The Blade asking anyone to sign and signed the pledge. an ethics pledge, but more pressing is that I recently had a conversation with Schylar this the worst possible suggestion to guide this campaign through November. This is a Michael S. miller Meadows of The Juice 107.3FM about the mayoral race. We agreed that while Bell and Toledo mayoral election, not a game of MoCollins both have their supporters, no one is really fired up, nopoly at The Toledo Club. Reginald Oldmoney III: “I say, old chap, I seem to passionate or mobilized by either candidate. have landed on Free Parking. Vermont Cheshire Rules n MILLER CONTINUES ON 4 Thomas F. Pounds, President/Publisher tpounds@toledofreepress.com

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n MILLER CONTINUED FROM 3 Now that these men have signed the ethics pledge and promised to behave, the campaign will be as boring as Jack Ford’s daily planner. 8 a.m.: Breakfast 9 a.m.: Nap 10 a.m.: Console Joe McNamara 11 a.m.: Nap Noon: Lunch 1 p.m.: “Judge Judy” 2 p.m.: Nap 3 p.m.: Match socks 4 p.m.: Nap 6 p.m.: Dinner 7 p.m.: Bedtime Rather than put muzzles on Bell and Collins, it would have been fun to see which man really wants to lead Toledo by gettin’ down and dirty. Collins is a South End Irish cop and Marine. Bell is an Asian firefighter and Harley biker. Why in Carty’s name would anyone want to restrict these two men with a Narnia unicorn ethics pledge? Screw that. Turn these two mothers loose. Politics is about scheming, shuffling money, shifting blame and kicking ass when someone is stupid enough to expose their flanks. Gentlemanly pinkie-promise tea parties might be how the Harvard Rowing Club gets things done, but this is Toledo — home to Bob “Bulldog” McCloskey, Opal “The Prophetess” Covey and Carty “Marine Denyin’, Dog-In-Car-Lockin’, Coffee-Cup-Tossin’, F-Bomb-Droppin’” Finkbeiner. Not only should these men not have signed the ethics pledge, they should have seriously considered bitch-slapping anybody who waved such a pledge in their faces. “Excuse, me, Sir, I’d like to know why you haven’t signed this pledge —” “THWACK!” Now we get a campaign directed by Steven Spielberg instead of a campaign directed by Martin Scorsese. Toledo should take its cue from the world stage. Russia’s Vladimir “The Assassin” Putin has taken charge of the Syria crisis and made Barack “The Waffler” Obama look weak and ineffectual. Do you want candidates kissing each other on the cheeks and holding hands at Our Lady

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A Toledo tradition since 2005 ToledoFreePress.com of Perpetual Suffering bake sales, or do you want two men willing to win the right to run Toledo by slipping on brass knuckles, baring teeth, stealing each other’s women and bringing the pain? Who is better suited to lead Toledo into development battles with Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati and the rest of the region — a simpering, crotchless panty-wearing, One Direction fan willing to sign away his right to win by any means necessary or a walkin’ tall, Machiavelli-reading, Samuel L. Jackson-quoting baller who knows you don’t make a motherf----g omelet with breaking a few motherf-----g eggs? This could still be salvaged. Instead of a debate, let’s stage a cage match in which the two candidates choose their potential chief of staff as Heath Ledger’s Joker did — let’s see Bell and Collins snap a pool cue in half, hand a piece to their top two candidates, and remind them there is only one job opening. If they adhere to this pledge, we’ll have to watch Bell and Collins curtsy and waltz for an hour as they sing a Katy Perry song about fairness and diction, instead of seeing them unleash Hell on each other like Dr. Dre vs. Luke Campbell. It is no secret that Bell and Collins dislike each other. Why should they be forced to fake smile and act out two months of bull---t? What insight is that going to offer? Aren’t you tired of the masks and pretending and phony politicking? Aren’t you tired of the hypocrisy, closed-door deals and people who would rather drown you in paperwork than face you like men? Bell and Collins should have the freedom and resources to be who they are without worrying about distressing the egghead community’s collective pyloric valve. The Cambridge way ain’t our way. Let’s look to another C-town, Chicago, to set the tone. Set down the quill and pick up a baseball bat. Put away the driving mittens and let’s lace up the spiked gloves. Take that ethics pledge and stuff it in your ivory tower basement. Let Bell and Collins stay free to fight it out in the interest of standing tough for Toledo. O Michael S. Miller is editor in chief of Toledo Free Press and Toledo Free Press Star. Email him at mmiller@toledo freepress.com.

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FREE FROM HUNGER 2013

By Sarah Ottney

TOLEDO FREE PRESS MANAGING EDITOR sottney@toledofreepress.com

Twenty local restaurants have enlisted in a one-day campaign to help fight hunger. Food Fight 419 is a fundraiser organized by local nonprofit Food for Thought in recognition of National Hunger Awareness Month. Participating restaurants will donate 5 percent of their one-day sales to Food For Thought. The all-day event will take place Sept. 24. Participating restaurants are Balance Pan-Asian Grille (Sylvania and Maumee), Black Kite Coffee, Burger Bar 419, Caper’s, Deet’s BBQ, El Tipico, Epic Buffet, Final Cut Steak & Seafood, JB’s Sarnie Shoppe, Mancy’s Italian, Mancy’s Steaks, Ottawa Tavern, Plate 21, Registry Bistro, Scene, Take 2 Grill, The Blarney Irish Pub and Vito’s Pizza (East Toledo and Oregon). Sam Melden, Food for Thought’s chief thought officer, said he got the idea from a similar fundraiser organized by the Columbus-based Central Ohio Restaurant Association to benefit the Mid-Ohio Foodbank. “I saw they did this event in Columbus and said, ‘What if we did our own, but linked it up with National Hunger Awareness Month?’” Melden said. “I want to give a lot of credit to the local restaurant community. We have a strong community who wants to be engaged in Food for Thought and wants to be engaged in fighting hunger in our area.” Melden said he is always trying to come up with new and creative ways to fundraise. In May, Food for Thought hosted Jam City, which challenged local restaurants to create a dish inspired by the peanut butter and jelly sandwiches the organization gives away in sack lunches each Saturday morning in Downtown Toledo. “This event will kind of be the opposite of Jam City,” Melden said. “For Jam City, we had all the restaurants come to us and they had to do something different and unique. We charged admission and it was like a big party. Now we’re sending our supporters back out to the restaurants. We’re telling our restaurants not to do anything different and I think that’s great.” Food For Thought, which

formed in 2007, strives to build relationships in addition to providing food, Melden said. “With Food For Thought, it’s more about eye contact than it is about full stomachs; it’s more about handshakes than it is about handouts,” Melden told Toledo Free Press earlier this year. “Food is a vehicle to making simple, dignified relationships with people.” The money raised by Food Fight 419 will go toward the operation of Food for Thought’s mobile pantry program, including food budget, gas and vehicle maintenance, Melden said. The organization recently acquired a second truck and trailer and expanded its outreach to 19 food pantries, 18 being mobile and one located at New Harvest Christian Church in Oregon. “Just because something is going well doesn’t mean the problem is going away,” Melden said. “That’s what happens sometimes with Food for Thought and other organizations. People see success and walk away because they think that means it’s self-sustaining and they don’t need my contribution, but that’s not the case at all. We need community support more than ever.”

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Food for Thought partnering with local restaurants to combat hunger

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Sandy Spang, owner of Plate 21, said she wanted to participate in Food Fight 419 because Food for Thought’s emphasis on community mirrors her own business philosophy. “The spirit within the Food for Thought organization is so great because you don’t have a sense of us and them; you have a sense of community,” Spang said. “The best ideas are simple and this is a simple, direct idea. It’s also the season of Thanksgiving and we all have so much, so it’s perfect timing. We’re just honored to be part of it and share. I know Plate 21 customers will be happy to be part of this.” Hollywood Casino Toledo Executive Chef Brian Hein said giving back to the community is important to Penn National Gaming. All four casino restaurants — Epic Buffet, Final Cut Steak & Seafood, Scene and Take 2 Grill — are participating. “Food Fight 419’s focus on addressing hunger at a local level was something that really hits home,” Hein wrote in an email. “We have other local partnerships that main-

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tain local focus on feeding the disadvantaged every day. This is another way for us to jump in and hopefully spark a local reaction to assist the most urgent local need.” Melden said he’s hoping for a big turnout. “For people who support Food for Thought already, it’s a great way to go thank restaurants for their support and it’s a great way to take people out to eat and tell them about Food for Thought,” Melden said. “For everyone who might be just getting to know

Food for Thought or understand what it’s all about, it’s a great opportunity to go out to your favorite restaurants with intentionality — knowing the same day you are enjoying a meal out, you’re also helping give back to the enormous percentage of people in our area who are not only not going out to eat, but are trying to figure out what they are going to make for their family that evening.” For information, visit the web sites www.foodfight419.com and www. feedtoledo.org. O

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Three names added to Medal of Honor plaque

lived in, entered service in, died in or were buried in Lucas County. The Medal of Honor is awarded by sottney@toledofreepress.com the military for “gallantry and intreOne-hundred-fifty years to the pidity at the risk of life above and beday Lucas County gained its first yond the call of duty,” said Lucas County two Medal of Honor recipients, three Commissioner Carol Contrada. The three missing names were more men were granted their rightful place on a courthouse plaque hon- brought to the attention of the comoring the achievement. Added to the missioners by Marine Corps veteran plaque were Civil War veteran Chris- Nick Haupricht, the chairman of Retian Albert, Spanish-American War membrance Inc., a local group dediveteran Peter Johnson and World War cated to building and refurbishing war memorials in Northwest Ohio. II veteran Hulon Whittington. Albert, who died and is buried in The modified plaque was rededicated in a Sept. 17 ceremony attended Toledo, earned the Medal of Honor for by elected officials, leaders of local vet- his actions on May 22, 1863, during erans organizations and two direct de- the siege of Vicksburg, Miss. Conscendents of Lucas County Medal of federate surrenders at Vicksburg and Honor recipients. The original plaque Gettysburg, Pa., soon after are conwas dedicated in 2003 during Ohio’s sidered the turning point of the Civil War, Contrada said. bicentennial. Johnson, who died in Toledo, was The plaque, located on the second floor of the Lucas County Courthouse a fireman on board the USS Vixen in in Downtown Toledo, now lists 19 Cuba on May 28, 1898. 4265 LCBDD_EarlyInt_TFP921_Layout PM Page 1 names of recipients who were born in, 1 9/19/13 3:38 n HONOR CONTINUES ON 8 By Sarah Ottney

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n Lucas County Commissioner Carol Contrada, left, with Linda Swartz, great-great-granddaughter of Civil War veteran Wilson Brown, and Roxanne Whittington Jones, daughter of World War II veteran Hulon Whittington with the Lucas County Medal of Honor plaque.

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n HONOR CONTINUED FROM 7 He responded to a boiler room explosion, saving the lives of those on board the ship, including future president Theodore Roosevelt, Contrada said. Whittington, who married a Toledo native and died in Toledo, was serving in Grimesnil, France, on July 29, 1944, when his platoon came under enemy attack. According to his Medal of Honor citation, Whittington assumed command when his platoon leader and platoon sergeant went missing in action. He reorganized the defense and, while under fire, crawled between gun positions to check the actions of his men. As a line of German tanks attempted to penetrate a roadblock, “Sgt. Whittington, completely disregarding intense enemy action, mounted a tank and by shouting through the turret, directed it into position to fire pointblank at the leading Mark V German tank. The destruction of this vehicle blocked all movement of the remaining enemy column consisting of more than 100

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A Toledo tradition since 2005 ToledoFreePress.com vehicles of a Panzer unit. The blocked vehicles were then destroyed by hand grenades, bazooka, tank, and artillery fire and large numbers of enemy personnel were wiped out by a bold and resolute bayonet charge inspired by Sgt. Whittington. When the medical aid man had become a casualty, Sgt. Whittington personally administered first aid to his wounded men.” Whittington’s daughter Roxanne Whittington Jones of Bowling Green, and Linda Swartz of Perrysburg, the great-great-granddaughter of Civil War veteran Wilson Brown, spoke briefly at the ceremony. Jones said her father regularly gave speeches about military service, but rarely spoke about the particulars of his own service. “We are very proud. He would have been truly humbled by the recognition,” Jones said. Swartz said the ceremony was “very moving.” “It means a lot to us,” Swartz said. “It’s an honor. It’s great.” Brown and fellow Lucas County

Medal of Honor recipient Mark Wood met President Abraham Lincoln and became Lucas County’s first Medal of Honor recipients on Sept. 17, 1863. Both men took part in Andrews’ Raid, which commandeered a train in April 1862 and destroyed bridges, rails and Confederate supply lines between Atlanta and Chattanooga, Tenn. The plaque was modified by Co-

lumbus-based Columbus Art Memorial, the same company that cast the original plaque. The cost was $1,500, paid for by the Lucas County Commissioners’ miscellaneous fund. The commissioners declared Sept. 17 Lucas County Medal of Honor Day. One name on the plaque, Civil War veteran Charles Thompson, is disputed by Haupricht, who believes Thompson

was born in Perrysburg and has no connection to Lucas County. Haupricht has lobbied to remove Thompson’s name from the Lucas County plaque since he appears on the Medal of Honor plaque in Wood County, which was installed in 2012, but Contrada said records aren’t clear as to which county Thompson belongs and that it doesn’t hurt to honor him twice. O

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Race for Cure celebrates 20th year with two events By Jay Hathaway

TOLEDO FREE PRESS STAFF WRITER news@toledofreepress.com

Susan G. Komen for the Cure of Northwest Ohio is once again ready to kick off its Race for the Cure festivities and to honor two local women who have exemplified courage while facing cancer. This year’s “In Celebration of ” honoree is Kelli Andres, a Sylvania mother who has conquered cancer not once, but twice. Alongside Andres is ANDRES the “In Memory of ” honoree, Denise Soto, who owned Soto Loft and Signature Spa in Perrysburg and lost her battle with breast cancer in 2011. Andres, who has taken part in the race for the past three years, will be honored at the race and at events like survivor breakfasts. She has also spoken on behalf of Komen for radio and television appearances. “It’s a huge honor,” Andres said. “The Susan G. Komen foundation is such a

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leading force in breast cancer awareness and research, and servicing women in Northwest Ohio. Just being associated with them in that capacity is humbling. It’s so humbling, because every woman has their battles and all those [survivors] are so deserving as well.” Andres is a fantastic representation of what the foundation stands for, said Stephanie Pilgrim, marketing and communications manager at Komen Northwest Ohio. “She has overcome adversity, and has come out on the other side of things. Since she’s been diagnosed with breast cancer, she has made it her mission to fundraise. She’s always put other people ahead of herself, and that’s something that we really admire, and that’s why we chose her,” Pilgrim said. When Andres was 12 years old, she was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer, in her knee. “I had a doctor tell me, ‘The only way for you to survive is if we take your leg,’” Andres said. After having her left leg amputated, Andres went through 15 months of chemotherapy. She said at that time, 1977, the survival rate for her type of cancer was about 50 percent. “I was a preteen and went through junior high going to che-

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motherapy, but I did well, did my checkups and never had a recurrence,” Andres said. She later attended the University of Toledo and began a career in marketing. After marrying her husband, Van, and having two sons, she decided to become a stayat-home mom. Then, in 2010, Andres was diagnosed with stage-3 breast cancer, which required a mastectomy and more sessions of chemotherapy. “It was a long year,” Andres said. “We took that time to teach our boys about the ‘silver lining.’ We had friends that were bringing us meals, and friends that sent their teenage boys over to mow our lawn during the summer. You just see this shining light that tells you that there are people all around you that do great things.” Andres again overcame her cancer, and once she was feeling better, she began to get involved with fundraising efforts, including Komen for the Cure. Andres and her family now spend time hosting events like “Confections for the Cure,” a pink dessert party, which raised nearly $2,500, as well as fundraising ef-

forts during both her husband’s and sons’ birthday parties. For the latter, friends were encouraged to bring donations in lieu of gifts, and raised $175 for Komen for the Cure. “Just to listen to those boys cheer each other on as he was opening cards, it was just amazing,” Andres said. In addition to raising money, Andres emphasized the need to raise awareness and to educate more women about the importance of staying on a regular checkup schedule. “Early detection is not a cure, but it saves lives,” Andres said. “When your cancer is detected early, the survival rate is extremely high. Women need to be vigilant about self-exams and getting mammograms.” Andres offered advice for women diagnosed with breast cancer, including the importance of drinking a lot of water to offset some chemotherapy side effects, and avoiding excessive searches for information. “I remember being overwhelmed early on, and it took me about six weeks to get my head around it. You really have to just take it one day at a time. I think that really makes a difference. Also, the Internet is a great thing for information, but it can be scary, and it can be overload.

I did just enough to find out the right questions to ask. Your doctor will tell you about credible sources to go to, because there are a lot of sources out there that are unreliable or misleading. “Don’t be afraid to ask questions, and be your own advocate, because that way, you can still have some control,” she added.

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This year marks the 20th time Race for the Cure has been held in Toledo, and several new additions will be featured, including a second race in Northwest Ohio. “We decided to launch the inaugural Findlay race,” Pilgrim said. “With the milestone of 20 years, it would be nice to start something else. We are absolutely thrilled about it.” The Findlay Race for the Cure will take place Sept. 28, the day before the Toledo race. For the Toledo race, Downtown streets along the route will close at 6 a.m. Sept. 29, and festivities begin around 7 a.m. Attractions include a survivors’ tent for breakfast, a gift shop and a kids’ area. For more information, visit www. komennwohio.org. O

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n KAYLEE CONTINUED FROM 12 “I finally caved in and got Kaylee and the boys a dog. They’ve been asking for years,” said Tim, their dad. “So far, Louie has been great.” Except that day at the bus stop. “Louie peed on Kaylee’s book bag on the first day of school. We all got a kick out of that except Kaylee,” their mom, Marla, said and laughed. “I

told her not to put the bag down by the bush. And the bus was there — nothing you could do but wipe it off in the dew on the grass.” Wanting to change the subject, the Monclova Primary School fourth-grader did a trick. “Watch,” Kaylee said, then proceeded to stand on her head. Baseball was next as Brendan, 13,

pitched to his sister, who hit line drives and grounders. She’s still taking dance — cheer, hip-hop and jazz. And karate starts again soon for the yellow belt, who is a Taylor Swift fan. Kaylee also continues to participate in a triple drug trial through the Progeria Research Foundation. She is one of 22 children in the country with

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clova Road. The 5K run/2-mile walk begins at 10 a.m. The cost is $15 if registered by Oct. 1 or $20 the day of the race. Register on Facebook at groups.to/sweetkaylee or on-site at 9 a.m. Children 10 and younger are free. “Kaylee drew the shirt this year,” Marla said. “I drew my shoe,” she said, showing the sneaker that’s almost as colorful as she is. There will also be a silent auction and raffle at the event. Tim and Marla are looking for silent auction items and sponsorships. Contact them at (419) 878-3231 or tmhalko@msn.com. “There’s not a lot of kids with progeria, so for us to get out there and raise funds, it really makes a difference,” Marla said. “We think the Progeria Research Foundation is headed in the right direction and eventually will find a cure,” Tim said. “We’re trying to make sure that kids like Kaylee and Carly live long enough to see that day.” O

n CARLY CONTINUED FROM 12 Carly climbed aboard her tricycle and rode in the driveway of her Whitehouse home. She hopped off her bike and pulled around a wagon. Then she threw and bounced a ball, clapping and laughing all the while. “Carly has two speeds — Curious George and Mach 1,” Heather, her mom, quipped. It’s been a big year for the little girl: Carly has more teeth and started going to preschool two days a week. “She’s potty-trained now, so that’s exciting,” Heather said. “And she got a big-girl bed.” And she started the triple drug trial for progeria. She is one of 22 children in the United States and 103 in the world with the rare, rapidaging disease. “It was kind of a roller coaster,” Heather said of the July trip to Boston Children’s Hospital to start the trial. “The day I had been dreading as well as anticipating was the infusion day; that was the first actual drug. I just remember being so scared because it’s a 30-minute infusion, how was my 3-year-old going to handle this? “They were so great. Carly was playing with an iPad and she had numbing cream and they put a port in earlier in the morning, so it really wasn’t a big deal. They hooked her up to the machine, she was sitting on my lap and we were talking. “And so I had the moment of relief that it wasn’t horrible and the realization that we were getting our first medicine, that it was really happening, and that we’d been waiting for two

years,” Heather recalled, tearing up. “Then the next day they brought in a gigantic shopping bag full of drugs, all the medicine we needed for the next six months. Boom, they just set it down. It was just like, finally, I’m doing something!” While the Progeria Research Foundation awaits approval for a third drug trial, it expanded the current trial. “We need to still move forward with these children who have been waiting, including Carly; that’s what we’re doing now,” said Audrey Gordon, president and executive director of the foundation. “Our focus with the drug trials and the children is getting them in, getting those other 40 kids in here so they can begin to take some drugs that we hope will help them.” “The trial, with all the kids getting added, Carly included, costs $4 million,” Ryan said. “We’re having Carly’s Party for the Cure to raise money for her drug trial and support the Progeria Research Foundation.” The third annual Carly’s Party for the Cure will take place at 7 p.m. Sept. 27 at the Pinnacle, 1772 Indian Wood Circle, Maumee. There’ll be about 60 raffle and auction baskets, appetizers, a cash bar and music by 56 Daze. Tickets for the 21 and older event are $30 online at teamCarlyQ.com/ events and $35 at the door. “We’re working hard to raise money for the trial and at the same time, our eyes aren’t on just this treatment because it isn’t a cure,” Heather said. “It’s slowing things down, but our ultimate goal is a cure, so we need as much help as we can get.” O


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Mark and Nikki Meyers are fulfilling their dream of owning their own business with the opening of Meyers Auto Wash at the corner of Heatherdowns Boulevard and Key Street in South Toledo this weekend. “We have always had a very strong desire to be small business owners in the Toledo area and are overwhelmingly excited that our dream is now coming to the grand opening point,” said Nikki, who co-owns the business with her husband Mark. To celebrate their opening on Sept. 21, the couple is offering free car washes to everyone through Sept. 28. They hope to wash as many as 1,000 cars daily. They said they thought it was a good way to introduce their business to customers in the community. The new car wash with a Key West theme is located on the site of a former gas station. They maintained the original building and added on to it to accommodate the car wash business, Mark said. “We went out of our way to make sure we included as many local companies and workers as possible throughout the building process,” Nikki said. Meyers Auto Wash offers express car washes in three minutes with options costing $5 to $13 with the latest state-of-the-art Sun-Ease equipment. The free use of vacuums is included with every car wash, they said. “We wanted to offer a convenient, quality wash with

cleanliness, speed and free vacuums,” Mark said. Sonny’s The CarWash Factory, the equipment manufacturer, also helped them to design the site plan for the business, which somewhat resembles a fast-food operation and with a drive-thru lane. Cars pull into the lane and up to the menu board to view the various car wash options. They proceed to the automated pay station where they can pay with cash, credit card or a pay-as-you-go that is similar to the E-Z Pass used on the Ohio Turnpike. “We are using technology that allows guests to skip the paying portion of their wash when they are on the pay-as-you-go plan we call Easy Breezy. Instead, they simply have a sticker in their window with a code that is read as they enter the tunnel so there is no need to delay when schedules are so busy,” Nikki explained. The technology offers the latest in “green” car washes available with a Purwater reverse osmosis water recovery system that recycles 100 percent of the water used. “We realize the value of offering a clean, bright, cheery location that caters to families with children,” Nikki said. “We have windows that allow children to see the cars going through the car wash.” The business’ mascot, Ted the Turtle, was named after Mark’s father, Ted Meyers, a Toledo native who played football at The Ohio State University for Woody Hayes and served with the U.S. Marines in Korea. Meyers Auto Wash will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday. O

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n the world of investing, there is an rent interest rate environment. With old saying: “Buy the rumor, sell the bond funds facing massive outflows, news.” What this is saying is that in- many investors are looking for a place vestors make their money on assuming to put their hard-earned cash to work an outcome based off of facts. Once a for them, and are getting back into the news outlet has gotten hold of a piece markets, putting their 2008 concerns of information, you are too late. At that and memories on the back burner. What Treece Financial tries to help point, enough market participants have acted on the information that there is others understand is that media outlets are too late to the game when it very little upside potential. Even with all of the negative bits of comes to investing. There is no breaking news, the rumors floating piece of news that you around are rather incan learn from CNBC triguing. that is going to make or In the past two weeks, break your 401(k). If an we have seen CPI rise investor is reading an slightly, a drop in MBA economic report from Purchase Applications due Bloomberg, they are to rising mortgage rates too late to act on it. If and a drop in consumer MSNBC reports that sentiment. Typically, these initial jobless claims are numbers would be a bit startling for those seeking Ben TREECE down, the markets have already factored that insigns of financial stability. Even through these reports signal formation into prices before the innegativity, at the time of penning this vestor can even pick up their phone or article the Dow Jones industrial av- log on to their computer. When investing, it is essential erage is within 150 points of its alltime high, less than 1 percent. The to stay ahead of the curve. The goal Nasdaq is within just 7 points of its should not be to react to a report that is due out; it should be to know what record high as well. Reuters reported that for the week the report is going to say due to nuending Sept. 11, 2013 domestic eq- merous other factors prior to the reuity funds saw inflows of $1.8 billion port’s release, and act accordingly. It is impossible to say specifically while non-domestic equity funds saw inflows of $1.9 billion. On Aug. 7, the what the markets see going forward, Wall Street Journal reported equity when we will reach the top, or what mutual fund inflows of $2.6 billion. that level will be. The point is that news outlets and All of these inflows stem from a record July with $40.3 billion of inflows into the markets are not portraying the same story right now. If history shows U.S. equity funds. Many investors are struggling with us anything, it is that the markets act this concept. How could the news on news long before it ever reaches coming from the Federal Reserve, Main Street. O Treasury Dept., etc., be so bland, or even at times dismal, yet result in eq- Ben Treece is a 2009 graduate from uities performing so well? There are a the University of Miami (FL), BBA couple of reasons for these solid equity International Finance and Marketing. He is a partner with Treece numbers of the past several weeks. As I wrote going back months, Investment Advisory Corp (www. many U.S. companies have been sit- TreeceInvestments.com) and licensed ting on cash and have been afraid to with FINRA through Treece Finandeploy capital. It is quite possible that cial Services Corp. The above inforcompanies are beginning to deploy mation is the opinion of Ben Treece that capital, enticing investors back and should not be construed as investment advice or used without outinto the markets. Another reason could be the cur- side verification.

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conomists have a term they use to describe money that’s already been spent towards achieving a particular goal: “sunk costs,” It’s usually used when deciding whether they want to continue to build toward that goal or abandon it, in those cases where the goal is not going to be achievable or profitable, and continuing to spend more money is wasteful. Colloquially, you could call it “throwing good money after bad,” or even “deciding to fish or cut bait.” That assessment normally takes place some chunk of time after the beginning of any given project. A year … 6 months. Well, one organization decided to bail on its plan a mere two weeks in. That would be the Cleveland Browns.

apoplectic. I don’t Only two weeks into think anyone expected the regular season, the the team to compete, Browns have thrown up to be honest, but all of the white flag by trading the new faces in the orTrent Richardson, the ganization, from head only decent player on coach Rob Chudzinski the team, to the Into CEO Joe Banner, dianapolis Colts for a talked a lot in the first-round draft pick in preseason about how 2014. This came hours after they announced Matt CULBREATH the team was going to show renewed effort. that not only will Instead, they’ve seen two games their starting quarterback Brandon Weeden miss this week’s game against of lifeless football, and a front ofMinnesota with a sprained thumb, fice that just threw its arms up. but that he’ll be replaced by Brian Might as well take that season ticket Hoyer under center. Hoyer leapfrogs package and flush it, because you’ll Jason Campbell, who entered the get more entertainment out of that then actually using the tickets for season as the backup. Fans, as you can imagine, are their intended purpose.

Let’s be honest, though — this Browns team wasn’t going anywhere even with Richardson in the lineup, and in the new NFL, star running backs aren’t as high of a commodity as they once were. Just look at the Minnesota Vikings: they have one of the premier rushers in the league in Adrian Peterson, but they’re oh-fer coming into Sunday’s game against Cleveland. Meanwhile in Detroit, you have a renewed offense that can use the pass more effectively because defenses have to look out for Reggie Bush. The ground game sets up the pass game, but the pass game brings the wins. Richardson did a lot of good things, but when you have Weeden passing to, what, Greg Little?

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As golf enthusiasts reluctantly consider putting their clubs into storage, the 2013 Annual Don Campbell Memorial Golf Outing presents one last opportunity to squeeze in 18 holes before the weather turns all while feeding hungry children in and around Toledo. The beneficiary of this year’s outing will be Feed Lucas County Children (FLCC), a Toledo nonSIEBENECK profit organization focused solely on eradicating child hunger in Lucas County by providing hot, nutritious meals to local children. Campbell was a general surgeon at Toledo Hospital for nearly 40 years who died from gastric cancer in 2007. FLCC Executive Director Tony Siebeneck said Campbell was a man who loved people, loved giving back to the community and loved golf. “A group of doctors from the hospital have decided to keep Dr. Campbell’s legacy going, and every year they hold a golf fundraiser for a community organization that

the last several weeks raising awareness of their need and working on plans for a new home. After an inspiring show of support from the majority of Toledo’s print, television and radio outlets to bring publicity to the issue, Siebeneck said he is starting to see some momentum building in the community. “We’ve received some phone calls,” he said. “The community is starting to get involved. This is a tight-knit community, and kids are near and dear to their hearts. Some businesses are starting to talk to us about equipment and design. The pieces are starting to fall into place.” Siebeneck plans to announce the location of FLCC’s future home in the very near future. The Don Campbell Memorial Golf Outing is open to the general public and will begin with a shotgun start at 1:30 p.m. Oct. 6 at The Legacy Golf Club in Ottawa Lake, Mich. The cost to play in a four-person scramble is $75 per person with all proceeds benefiting FLCC. A dinner and raffle will follow. Siebeneck will attend this year’s outing in high spirits, though he admits his golf game has a “terrible handicap.” For more information about the 2013 Annual Don Campbell Memorial Golf Outing, call Bob Ingram at (419) 539-4269 or email secorgardens@att.net. O

is in need of financial support,” Siebeneck said. FLCC was the beneficiary of last year’s golf outing as well. “What impressed me last year was the caring attitude of the doctors,” Siebeneck said. “As doctors, I think preventing children from going hungry is something they can really get behind. It’s a perfect fit.” For Siebeneck and his organization’s roughly 200 volunteers, the decision to donate the proceeds from this year’s outing to FLCC could not have come at a better time. FLCC is currently engaged in a major campaign to raise $800,000 to build a new kitchen, the first public call for aid in the organization’s 11year history. Siebeneck and FLCC’s board of directors received word over the summer that FLCC would need to move from its current location in the Macomber Building on Monroe Street by 2014. Despite using a model of decentralized distribution, involving 86 locations around Lucas County, the charity still relies on one large central kitchen to prepare and cook some 7,000 meals every day. Such a large operation, which has served 1.5 million meals to Lucas County children in the past ten years, will not fit in an existing food preparation facility such as a restaurant or school cafeteria. Siebeneck and his team have spent

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The Eight Fifteens are excited to perform at “Idiots With Instruments” because of a connection the band has with The Village Idiot. “That is really where it all started for The Eight Fifteens,” the wrote guitarist and vocalist Josh Q. Whitney in an email. “It is more than a bar; it is a community of people, a family that cares for one another.” Twelve acts will perform from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Oct. 6 at The Village Idiot, 309 Conant Street. The show is open to all ages and will showcase talent from Maumee and Toledo that have played and still play at The Village Idiot. “We are very lucky to have a large group of musicians in this town that, instead of stepping on each other to get ahead, help and respect one another,” said Whitney, who coordinated and helped plan the event. This is the first time for the show but Whitney hopes it will not be the last. “I have been tossing the idea of a music fest around in my head for a little while now — to get local bands with originals and covers to perform a ‘Toledo Woodstock,’ if you will,” he said. Nicole Khoury of Arctic Clam, who will perform at the show, said The Village Idiot is the greatest place in town to have a musical event and Toledo musicians are second to none. “To be part of any event that combines the two is always top on our priority list,” Khoury said in an email. The show will include Evan Bates, The House Band, Barile and May, The Killer Flamingos, Andrew Ellis, Old State Line, Bob Rex, The Eight Fifteens, Mike Fisher, Clarence Clamwater, Arctic Clam and Dooley Wilson. Each band will play 45-minute sets. There is a suggested, but not required, $5 donation at the door. “Old State Line is proud to be considered part of the Village Idiot extended family,” Larry Meyer of Old State Line said in an email. “There is a sticker on the door that says ‘Be nice or go home.’ A lot of great people pass

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Gorgeous melodies, cool rhythms, and thought-provoking lyrics — that’s “Aims,” Vienna Teng’s disc due out Sept. 24. In its 11 songs, the singer-songwriter explores everything from daily motivation and online surveillance to the Occupy movement and shipping routes. “This is the first time I’ve felt unreservedly excited about an album,” the pianist said during a call from San Francisco. That may be due to her interest in sustainability. Three years ago, Teng walked away from music to pursue a graduate degree in environmental studies and business at the University of Michigan. “Music and I had gotten to this weird place in our relationship, and I needed to step back for a little while,” she said. “When I started working on this album, I was so excited and it was such a joyful process. I totally forgot that making music could be that much fun.” Her joy is heard in the beat of “In the 99.” ”I think I was listening to a lot of Kanye West at the time, and I came up with this beat where I was clapping and stomping in the shower, and that was actually the first piece of the song,” she said. “The Hymn of Acxiom,” a sacred ode to Big Brother, had a more familiar beginning for Teng. “I sat down at the piano one evening and started playing lullaby-sounding melodies, and I was immediately bored,” she said and laughed. “So I thought well, this is pretty, but what can I do with it? How can a lullaby be creepy? So I

started to think about ways in which you’re rocked gently to sleep by something that actually doesn’t have your best interests at heart. “And I began thinking about data collection with the NSA stuff going on, especially in the last election,” she explained. “You have someone watching you, figuring out what you want and what you need, and it turns out it’s a database.” “Level Up” opens the CD with Teng singing, “If you are alive/Give more.” “That song actually felt like the key to the whole album when I was writing it because I wrote it when I was in a difficult place. I wasn’t actually depressed, but really struggling with the idea of what is the point of being hopeful about anything. “If you look at a lot of the facts about some of the challenges that we’re facing as a society or even as individuals, sometimes it can feel overwhelming,” she said. “I can believe that environmentally we might be doomed or that collectively we’re going to be fighting wars and doing horrible things to each other, but that doesn’t change the fact that I can get up every day and try to be as a good a person as I can be.” The singer’s been waking up with that attitude in Detroit, where she moved after graduating in May. “The rest of the world thinks Detroit is a dysfunctional place; there’s a lot of truth to that, but that’s not the only story,” she said. “I’m really inspired by the people who are drawn to Detroit and make their home in Detroit, and those are the people that I want to be near.” Teng will play two sold-out shows Sept. 26 and 27 at The Ark in Ann Arbor. O


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nce every couple of weeks or the North Dakota food columnist who so, this meme pops up on my rose to fame last year with her glowing review of a newly opened Olive Facebook news feed: “The girl you just called fat? She Garden. Like a Walmart shopper has been starving herself & has lost baring too much cellulite for random over 30lbs. The boy you called stupid, onlookers’ tastes, Hagerty’s work was unexpectedly hurled he has a learning disthrough cyberspace on ability & studies over a wave of condescen4hrs a night. The girl sion. It was popularyou called ugly? She ized and scrutinized not spends hours putting quite by its own honest make-up on hoping merit, but rather by our people will like her. The deep-seated belief that boy you just tripped? we are kind of too good He is abused enough for Olive Garden. at home. There’s a lot The question is more to people than Shannon SZYPERSKI “Who is the ‘we’ with the you think. Put this as superiority complex?” your status if you’re “We” can’t be the average American. against bullying.” In fact, I see quite a bit of antibul- Considering both companies’ populying sentiments peppered here and larity and staying power, the average there and nearly everywhere during American surely shops at Walmart this cultural moment in time. Bullying and eats at Olive Garden. No, there seems to be one of the hot topics of the must be an elitist few sounding off current social crusades, which is and louder than the rest of America, much should be a good thing. As an ’80s/’90s like the teen bullies nightly commanDepeche Mode kid who grew up truly deering teen cyberspace. The peer pressure of junior high believing in the idea that people are people regardless of race, nationality, and high school doesn’t always end creed, sexual identity, size, income, in- there and a mob mentality is all too terests, clothing and just about anything easy to fall into, even when we’re else, I fully welcome societal policing of in our 30s or 40s and sitting alone in our living room. Did past genrespect for fellow human beings. That being said, I’ve also noticed erations really fight for people to be that, for some reason, this popular an- judged by the content of their chartibullying sentiment suddenly stops acter only for us to remotely criticize short at the front entrance to Walmart. a stranger’s shopping attire and body In addition to all of the inspiring “ac- shape? Do we have any right to scold cept people for who they are” Facebook bullies much younger and much less posts, I also scroll through quite a few worldly when we spend time chuck“look at this freak shopping at Wal- ling at someone’s facial hair? In all honesty, a woman sporting mart” posts. Even individuals who have no tolerance for other types of human a full-on beard is likely much more intolerance oddly find people inno- comfortable in her own skin than cently shopping at a particular store those of us gawking and posting her picture online for all to LOL at. We absolutely fair game. I hate to admit that I’ve clicked and can’t very well demand that our chilexplored the supposed spectacle when dren demonstrate true acceptance of faced with easy access. I may have even their classmates when we find humor smirked a time or two or three while in things like “I don’t always feel like browsing. However, it began to occur to I’m at the top of the gene pool, but me that there is little difference between when I do I’m at Walmart.” Even before the Internet was ubiqme staring judgmentally at the clothing, hygiene and other superficialities of uitous and Walmart bashing became harmless shoppers, and the teens and trendy, we had a cultural problem with tweens passing unfair judgment upon thinking we were personally better one another in hallways, on buses and than most of humanity. Remember online. Perhaps the only difference is when “Seinfeld” tackled the issue in pre-Walmart terms?: that I really, really should know better. “Have you been to the motor veWhat is it that makes online stranger-mocking an acceptable hicle bureau? It’s like a leper colony American pastime? Immature curi- down there.” The motor vehicle bureau and osity? A cultural disconnect? Plain ol’ Walmart and Olive Garden represent “my way” snobbery? the whole of America. They are places I tend to think it’s the last. I am reminded of Marilyn Hagerty, most of us end at up on occasion, one

way or another. Can we find it in us to genuinely accept that we really are all part of a common thread, the “One” U2 sang about?

That woman we just chuckled at on PeopleOfWalmart.com? She’s a person of flesh and blood and she deserves better. O

Shannon Szyperski and her husband, Michael, are raising three children in Sylvania. Email her at letters@ toledofreepress.com.

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Sept. 22 – 28, 2013 Events: Sun enters Libra (22nd) Fall Equinox

By Elizabeth Hazel Aries (March 21-April 19)

Libra (September 23-October 22)

The week’s events stimulate your competitive spirit. There’s excellent potential to attract good partners, or share big gains with existing partners. Major moments will take place after Wednesday. Apply strategic finesse by alternating forward movement with pauses for the best results.

The sun shines on you as it enters your sign. It’s a great week for planning events, for home decorating and making all sorts of arrangements. Money or extra resources become available on Thursday. Peace-making and social harmonizing skills may come in handy on Saturday.

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

Scorpio (October 23-November 21)

Cooperating with others smoothes the path to major lifestyle and career upgrades. Deals made on Thursday or Friday are long-lasting and beneficial. Pick your battles carefully. Concentrate on the major points; the details can be worked out later to your satisfaction.

This is a good week to negotiate agreements with people in distant locations, or to make travel plans. Property changes may be in the works, too. Desires/lusts reach a peak after Wednesday. Partners can be highly beneficial if dominance and ego are carefully balanced.

Gemini (May 21-June 21)

Sagittarius (November 22-December 21)

This is a favorable week for love and friendship. People and information flow in the right direction. A big prize may arouse contention between natural competitors or adversaries. Experience and resources count, but so do fortunate personal & family connections. Play to win.

Clear goals help you function at peak capacity but demand a faster pace. Projects flow with cooperation from others. Thursday and Friday are hectic but deliver great gains on multiple levels. Saturday is prone to excesses of thought, desire, and know-it-all attitude. Keep hands on the reins!

Cancer (June 22-July 22)

Capricorn (December 22-January 19)

Protracted quarrels are resolved as people find common ground for agreements. Call on Tuesday to set up meetings on Thursday or Friday for superb results in any kind of dealings. As the weekend arrives, generosity is wonderful unless too many strings are attached.

Recent good deeds bring various rewards this week. Tensions are reduced and people are more cooperative. Partners deliver much-needed assistance and may be the source of unexpected bonuses. Seasonal tasks take a lot of effort; plan some special enjoyment for Saturday evening.

Leo (July 23-August 22)

Aquarius (January 20-February 18)

You enter new territory/locations in your work or travels. People facilitating your entry may become new friends. A secret angel repairs a long-term problem. Results exceed expectations. Excuses for procrastinating on tasks or dealing with issues disappear after Friday. Get going!

Ups and downs with partners are resolved and you can move ahead with confidence. Interesting invitations, programs or exhibits attract your attention. Some extra benefits come your way after Wednesday. Good planning and punctuality facilitate plans on Saturday.

Virgo (August 23-September 22)

Pisces (February 19-March 20)

You can reach your greatest potentials through cooperative ventures and shared projects. Keep a tight lock on projected worries on Tuesday. Arrangements flow and details/ concerns are easily resolved on Thursday and Friday. Pace yourself on Saturday; be careful with heavy lifting.

This is an excellent week for social connections, travel and event planning. Move carefully to avoid aggravating old injuries or lower back problems. Incredible blessings arrive after Wednesday. Love is everywhere; the trick is making time to share it with everyone.

Elizabeth Hazel is a professional tarotist-astrologer and author. She gives readings every Wednesday at Attic on Adams above Manos Greek Restaurant. She may be contacted at ehazel@buckeye-express.com (c) 2013

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www.fsomr.com SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2013 10:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. Erie County Fair Grounds 3110 Columbus Ave., Sandusky sponsored by Firelands Society of Model Railroaders ADMISSION ADULTS $5.00 KIDS 18 AND UNDER FREE FREE PARKING legal notices Sealed bids will be received by the Board of County Commissioners of Lucas County, Ohio, at its office at One Government Center, Suite 800, Toledo, Ohio 43604 until 2:15 PM, October 9, 2013 and opened immediately thereafter for the performance of all labor and furnishing of all materials and tools required to complete all work for the Lighting Upgrade Phase 2 for the Lucas County Juvenile Justice Center at 1801 Spielbusch Avenue, Toledo, Ohio 43604. The project is estimated at One Hundred Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($115,000.00). A mandatory pre-bid meeting and site visit will be conducted on Tuesday, October 1, 2013 at 10:30 AM at the Lucas County Juvenile Justice Center, 1801 Spielbusch Avenue, Toledo, Ohio 43604. Bid documents, technical specifications and drawings will be available September 23, 2013 and may be downloaded from the Lucas County Website: http://co.lucas.oh.us/bids.asp or they may be obtained from City Blueprint of Toledo, 3455 Briarfield Boulevard, Suite D, Maumee, Ohio 43537 (419-243-7271), between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. One (1) complete set of plans and specifications will be provided to each Prime Contractor. Additional sets shall be purchased by contractors. Each bid shall be accompanied by a Bid Guaranty Bond, a Certified Check, Cashier’s Check, or a Letter of Credit. The Bid Guaranty Bond shall be in an amount equal to 100% of the bid. Certified Check, Cashier’s Check or Letter of Credit shall be in an amount equal to not less than 10% of the bid. Each of the aforementioned shall guarantee to the County that if a contract is awarded to the bidder they will within ten (10) days from the date of such award enter into proper and acceptable contract for the faithful performance of their work. In the event the Contractor fails to enter into proper contract, an amount equal to 10% of the Bid Guarantee Bond or the full amount of the Certified Check, Cashier’s Check, or Letter of Credit will be forfeited to Lucas County as liquidated damages. Bids must be stamped with the time and date received by the Commissioners’ receptionist. The Board of County Commissioners may, in its discretion, reject all bids, or accept any bid for both labor and material for such improvements which is the best and lowest in the aggregate, and said Board reserves the right so to do. Bids for the above-described work must be made on blanks to be furnished by Lucas County. Bids must be addressed to the Board of County Commissioners of Lucas County, Ohio, and endorsed on the outside of the envelope with the items of work bid upon. This Notice is posted on the Lucas County Commissioners’ web-site at http://www.co.lucas. oh.us/bids listed under Construction. Adopted: 10/30/12 Carol Contrada, President Tina Skeldon Wozniak, Commissioner Pete Gerken, Commissioner Published: 09/22/2013

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Invitation for Bids

Exterior Improvements to Richmar Manor IFB #13-B006 Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority (LMHA) will receive bids for Exterior Improvements to Richmar Manor. Pre-Bid Meeting: Wed., Oct. 2, 2013, 10AM ET - 3423 W. Alexis Road, Toledo, OH 43623. Received in accordance with law until Thurs., Oct. 17, 2013, 11AM ET. For Documents: www.lucasmha.org, 435 Nebraska Ave., Toledo, OH 43604 or 419-259-9446 (TRS: Dial 711). Bidders required to meet Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity requirements as described in Executive Order #11246. Sec. 3 Compliance Applicable.

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REAL ESTATE homes Toledo, 421 East Streicher 4BR/2BA Multi Family Great Investment Lease or Sale $750 DN, $168/mo 877-519-0180 Toledo, 1910 Harlan Rd 3BR/1BA Single Family Detached Garage Lease or Sale $1750 DN, $625/mo 877-553-5348 Toledo, 4427 Woodmont Rd Charming 3 bedroom/1 bathroom home 1500 sq ft, attached garage, beautiful lot Near DeVeaux; $895/month Move-in ready Oct. 1 Contact Susan, 419-308-7528 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.

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A home for Peanut Peanut is a 7-year-old male Chihuahua mix. His owner brought him into the Toledo Area Humane Society (TAHS) shelter because he couldn’t afford to take care of him. Peanut is a laid-back middle-aged dog who enjoys going on walks and napping on a fluffy pet bed. Since he is a little dog, Peanut prefers to be up off the ground. He has never been around cats or children and he enjoys playing with the other small dogs at the shelter. Peanut has been neutered, examined by a TAHS staff veterinarian, is current on his vaccinations and is microchipped. Toledo Area Humane Society is located at 1920 Indian Wood Circle,

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Peanut Arrowhead Park, Maumee. Adoption hours are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Call (419) 891-0705 or visit www. toledoareahumanesociety.org. O

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SNOW PLOW OPERATORS WITH VEHICLES The City of Toledo, Streets, Bridges & Harbor Division is interested in contracting with owners/operators of snow plow vehicles for plowing on residential streets during heavy snow conditions. All bids must be received by 2:00 PM October 3rd, 2013, for a copy of the bid proposals and specifications contact Streets, Bridges & Harbor.

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