Woodland Lane ‘Cemetery’ to be Centennial fall feature

Some spooky fun is happening this year at Centennial Terrace during the last two weekends in October. Families of all ages can take a spirited walk through the ‘Woodland Lane Cemetary,’ from Oct. 20 through Oct. 22 and Oct. 27 through Oct. 30.  Hours are 5 to 10 pm on the two Fridays;  11 am to 10 pm, the two Saturdays; and 1 to 9 pm the two Sundays. Monday, Oct. 30 hours are 5 to 9 pm. Continue reading Woodland Lane ‘Cemetery’ to be Centennial fall feature

Catholic Social Teaching – The Church’s Vision of a Just Society

Social Justice—What is it, when did “it” begin and why is it so important today? Join Sisters Joan Jurski, Nora Klewicki, and Eileen Ripsin on Saturday, Sept. 30 in the Regina Conference Room,6832 Convent Blvd., from 10 am to noon for a conversation around this topic. Continue reading Catholic Social Teaching – The Church’s Vision of a Just Society

Relationships flourish at Kingston Residence of Sylvania

“We really care about our people and their families,” noted Sherry Lake, RN.  She has been taking care of residents at the Kingston Residence of Sylvania’s skilled nursing center for the past 18 years. “Most of the nursing, nursing assistant, and rehabilitation staff have also been here for a long time. We all get along very well and we make a great team,” she related. “This is a wonderful place to work.” Continue reading Relationships flourish at Kingston Residence of Sylvania

Highland Meadows Pool Director retires after 50 years

In 1973, the United States ended its involvement in the Vietnam War after the signing of the Paris Peace Accords; Secretariat became the first horse since Citation in 1948 to win the Triple Crown; the Alaska Oil Pipeline bill was passed allowing construction of the pipeline to access oil from the North Slope of Alaska; a Three-Day Weekend was put in place in the UK;  Queen Elizabeth opened the Sydney Opera House AND, even more important to many in Sylvania, Bill Geha began his 50-year-long career managing the Highland Meadows pool, making a significant impact on generations of children and adults. Continue reading Highland Meadows Pool Director retires after 50 years

AMERICAN JEDI: THE SALMAN HAMDANI STORY

“American Jedi: The Salmon Hamdani Story” a short film screening plus talkback will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 12 at 6:30 pm at the University of Michigan Helmet Stern Auditorium. Filmmakers Nick Eyde and Mohammed Khalil will be hosting this free screening but rsvp’s are encouraged at bit.ly/AmJediåa Continue reading AMERICAN JEDI: THE SALMAN HAMDANI STORY

TMP to host annual car show to benefit Wreaths Across America

Toledo Memorial Park will host the annual car show on Aug. 20 from 10 am to 2 pm to benefit the Wreaths Across America program.
“The car show has been a staple at the park for more than a decade and might be my favorite day of the summer,” said Mel Harbaugh, local coordinator of Wreaths Across America. Continue reading TMP to host annual car show to benefit Wreaths Across America