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Beeping eggs help blind children join hunt
In the past, 12-year-old Jalen Ballard has had people help him search for Easter eggs. This year, he looks forward to joining other children in searching for Easter eggs that beep. Through the efforts of his mother Michelle Ballard, Jalen and other local blind and visually impaired children will be able to participate in a popular Easter tradition. Mrs. Ballard has organized the first Beeping Easter Egg Hunt, to be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 21 at St. Stephen Lutheran Church in Sylvania.
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  • Making memories, welcoming New Year Indian style

  • Oakleaf Village residents celebrate 101st birthdays

  • Friends of the Family Home Health Care

  • Chic Happens opens

  • Sylvania chamber's November Luncheon

  • Muna Market opens on Monroe Street

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  • IN PICTURES: Southview tops Springfield

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  • IN PICTURES: Notre Dame tops Northview

  • IN PICTURES: Southview boys top Northview

  • IN PICTURES: Northview girls beat Springfield

  • IN PICTURES: Cougars pounce on Yellow Jackets
Sylvania Voices
David Livingston
Lourdes University president

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"Our faculty and students are excited to learn ... in these new state-of-the-art facilities."
Mike McMahon
Sylvania Recreation operations manager

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"We had seven great shows that we considered to be home runs last year."
Meira Zucker
Purimspiel performer

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"[The Purimspiel] is religious ... and you're very upfront about issues"
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