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Julia Yingling performs in Kentucky

Julia Yingling, a former St. Rose student, with Ellen Stephens, the director of the Northern Kentucky School of Music. Julia performed modern American composer Dan Forrest's "Requiem for the Living" alongside the award-winning Northern Kentucky School of Music Youth Sinfonia and the Voices of the Commonwealth. Julia is the daughter of Suzanne and Jay Yingling, Cincinnati and Toledo, and the grandaughter of Brigitte and Thomas Johnston, Perrysburg, and Jean Yingling, Maumee. Julia is a former member of the Toledo Symphony Youth Orchestra.


Dills family wins new Cherokee

Matthew and Susan Dills, of Perrysburg, whose son Matthew is a freshman at St. Francis, receive the title and keys to a brand new 2014 Jeep Cherokee Sport from Fr. Ronald Olszewski, president of St. Francis de Sales High School. She won school's car raffle that benefits the tuition assistance program for students at the school. The Jeep was purchased at Charlie’s Dodge and made possible through a gift of the Richard M. Barchick Family.


When Otterbein received its service award, Kathryn Brod, left, LeadingAge Ohio president and CEO is shown, from left to right, with Megan Vandyke, quality of life coordinator for Otterbein Perrysburg; Katie Gulgin, guide for Otterbein Perrysburg; and Adrienne Walsh, professional recognition committee chair and president/CEO of Bayley.

Otterbein receives volunteer service award

Otterbein Senior Lifestyle Choices Perrysburg Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitative Neighborhood facility was honored with the “Excellence in Intergenerational Volunteer Service” award from LeadingAge Ohio. The award honors a LeadingAge Ohio member volunteer group for exemplary service. The award was given in conjunction with the Toledo Public Schools Option Four Stepping Out Program which connects special needs students with older adults to complete activities, play games, visit and learn from one another.


More food was donated than the number Meijer bags, so that food is to go to the Perrysburg Christians United food pantry.

Bags of groceries go to seniors in need

Donated non-perishable food items were packed in 100 paper Meijer grocery bags and were picked up on Tuesday by Perrysburg firefighters to give to seniors in need.