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From left to right: Laura Bigelow, Cindy Thomas, Paul LaFontaine, Rebekah LaFontaine, John King, Laura Glover, Kate LaCourse, Richard Ruth.

Friends of the Family Home Health Care

The ribbon cutting ceremony at the Friends of the Family Home Health Care at 8257 Mayberry Square in Sylvania, on Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014. CLICK THE PHOTO TO ENLARGE.


Chic Happens opens

Chic Happens, owned by Carol Matrisciano, officially opened, Nov. 11, at its location on 5693 Main St. in Sylvania. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW.


Sylvania Schools superintendent Brad Rieger with students of the month, in the center, Shaleen Goel (Southview) and Manasa Rao (Northview).

Sylvania chamber's November Luncheon

Photos from the Sylvania Area Chamber of Commerce November Luncheon, Nov. 4, at the Sylvania Country Club. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW.


Muna Market opens on Monroe Street

Owner Joe Saadeh, and business partner Emad Dahbor, center, cut the red ribbon, Nov. 5, to officially open Muna Market, 5464 Monroe St. in Toledo.


From left, Brandon Wolf of Real Seafood, Terry Kretz, Renee Palacios, Jim Cameron of Heidelberg Distributing, Kelly Becker of Real Seafood, and Jeff Ienla of Gallo Wines.

'Kick Hunger' benefits Family House

Main Street Ventures and its restaurants held a Taste of the NFL a dine/donate program with Heidelberg Distributing and Gallo Wineries. This program assists Family House Homeless Shelter to “Kick Hunger.” The event began Sept. 1 and encourages diners to purchase participating wines and for every bottle of wine sold, a meal will be donated to Family House.


Team Oakleaf at The Walk to End Alzheimer's

Team Oakleaf at The Walk to End Alzheimer's

Attached is a picture of Team Oakleaf at “The Walk to End Alzheimer’s” on Sunday, Oct. 19. Oakleaf Village residents and staff raised over $4,000 for this worthy cause. This event is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. We are pleased to announce our new Memory Care Community, The Grove at Oakleaf Village, is coming Spring 2015.


The participants at the event, right to left, (front row) Nutan Dixit, Shveta Suarna, Bimla Pandey, Heather Harris, Lt. Andrea Luna (Lucas County Sheriffs Office), Laura, Maneesha Pandey, M.D., Molly, Kimberely Irons, Barbara Irons. Right to left (back row) is Mr. and Mrs. Brentlinger,Sowmini Singh, Tracey Merrithew, Lisa Smith, Tracy, Tracy and Matt.

Third Annual Domestic Violence Event at Herbally Radiant

October is the National Domestic Violence Awareness month and Herbally Radiant once again hosted a successful annual Domestic Violence Awareness Event on 17th October 2014. The subject discussed was “What is a Healthy Relationship?” The event was led by Lt. Andrea Luna of Lucas County Sheriff’s Office. She discussed various impacts domestic violence has to our community. Respect, communication, boundaries, kindness, and the willingness to listen are the key points towards a healthy relationship.


Northview boys soccer undefeated

The Northview boys soccer team won the NLL and finished the season with a 13-0-2 record. They set a new school record only allowing 4 goals to be scored on them all season and scoring 45 goals. They won their first post season tournament game 7-0 over Whitmer and move on to play St. Johns on Oct. 21. Seniors on the team include: Brandon Osborn, Andrew Klien, Chris McElfresh (Team Manager), Jake Mason, Zack Liber, Matt Bules, Ben Haselhuhn, and Micheal Condon.


Sylvania's Maplewood Elementary School students practice an evacuation drill Friday, Oct., 17.

Maplewood Elementary evacuation drill

The students of Sylvania Maplewood Elementary School practiced an evacuation drill Friday, Oct. 17, 2014. Students and staff were all at the park and accounted for in 11 minutes. Total time for the drill was 20 minutes, according to principal Ed Eding.


Students at Highland Elementary raised more than the goal of $15,000 a the annual walkathon, earning them the right to dunk Principal Mark Pugh.

Highland Stride and Dunk Tank

Students at Highland Elementary raised more than the goal of $15,000 a the annual walkathon, earning them the right to dunk Principal Mark Pugh, on Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.