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Budget deficit, wind farms
discussed at council meeting
Northview hockey wins league title
By Mike McHone
Herald Writer
dioxide emissions.
“It’s estimated that wind
mills will reduce it by 1.3
in first post-season tournament
Belt-tightening seems to 1.8 percent,” he said. SYLVANIA- The Sylvania
Northview Wildcat ice hockey team
to be the name of the game He added later that it
captured the inaugural Northwest
when it comes to economics was presented that the cost Hockey Conference Red Division
and government budgets of coal energy is $.44 per tournament championship title
as of late. Some cities are megawatt usage, whereas on Feb. 13 with a decisive 7-3
able to do so without many wind turbines run up to $23 win over the top-rated St. Francis
problems but some are not. per megawatt. Mr. Brown Knights at Sylvania Tam-O-
Sylvania, fortunately, falls said that he had trouble Shanter in the league’s first-ever
into the former category. understanding the math post-season tournament.
“The budget deficit has until the presenters at the This is the first year that the
been cut from $1.7 million seminar said that much of NHC has implemented a post-
to $559,671, and it will the cost is geared toward season tournament to determine
not, in any way, affect our the power companies being the league champion. St. Francis
current service levels,” required to maintain certain claimed the regular season title
city council president Todd power levels, as well as with Northview taking the runner- TJ Irwin photos
Milner said at the Sylvania maintenance on the power up honors. The last time that the
City Council meeting on grids and lines. Wildcats claimed the conference The Northview Wildcat hockey team poses for a team photo after claiming the Northwest
Feb. 7. Wind can only title was three years ago during Hockey Conference Red Division title on Feb. 13.
During Mr. Milner’s supplement power as energy the 2007-2008 season, when under scored at the 12:11 mark in the
report on the recent Finance companies are required to the previous NHC format, the period. Culver poked the puck into
Committee meeting, he have enough energy during team with the most points at the the net 14-seconds later after St.
said that money would also peak usage times. conclusion of the regular season Francis goaltender junior Thomas
won the league title. St. Francis Kosinski momentarily lost sight of
be allotted to go toward the “They can’t do away is the defending conference the puck when it bounced off of his
upkeep and maintenance with coal generated power champion.
of street repairs for the plants,” Mr. Brown said. pads and drop to the ice in front of
Northview’s third-year head the net.
rest of the year, to the “If there’s no wind, there’s coach Mike Jones stated he was
tune of $100,000. They St. Francis, who entered the
no power, so they have to proud of the way his young charges game as the number one ranked
also discussed providing a ramp up the coal generated played. “I think that they have got Division 1 team in the state
private contractor to cut ash plants, or the nuclear, or to feel good about going out and according to the recent coach’s
trees on private property the hydro, to make sure getting the job done today and poll, evened the score at 2-2 before
and allow the cost to be there’s sufficient power for winning the league tournament.” the period ended. Freshman Northview forward Cody Estrel scores a goal in the third
assessed to the property usage.” “Hats off to them,” Jones forward Matt Opblinger scored period of the championship game. Northview defeated St.
owner. The proposed site for declared, “They did a great job.” on a power play at the 6:30 mark Francis 7-3.
After Mr. Milner’s the turbines is west of the When asked after the game for the Knights and junior forward 5-3. talent -- they’re that good -- it’s a
report, a motion was made Sylvania city limits. about the importance of winning Josh Cline tied the score with less Wildcat freshman forward good morale booster. It’s good for
to make appropriations the Red Division title Jones stated, than two minutes remaining in the Cody Estrel and senior forward the team and it’s a good win.”
for current expenditures Other business discussed “We’ve only done it seven times in period Aaron Booth secured the win for Northview, who is currently
and other expenditures that night: 36 years. Within our room it means For St. Francis, this was as Northview with their respective ranked number 4 in the coach’s poll,
for the city for the fiscal The council voted a lot. I don’t know if it does around close as the Knights would get for goals in the final period. lost 4-1 in the state championship
year ending on Dec. 31. unanimously to approve the league but it certainly does in the remainder of the contest. Senior center Nolan Culver game last year to Cleveland St.
The motion was passed the appointment of Bruce our room.” Jones went on to say, Northview used the man- explained that the team felt that Ignatius after winning 11 straight
unanimously. Groves to the Board of “Any time [we have] a chance to advantage in the second period as they played flat against St. John’s games to reach the title game. The
Toward the end of the be a champion we’re are going to Culver netted his second goal of Jesuit dropping a 4-3 decision to Wildcats hope to make another
Trustees of Sylvania
try to take advantage of that and the game to give the Wildcats a 3-2 the Titans during their last regular run at capturing their first state
meeting, council member Area Joint Recreation our boys were fortunate to do that lead which they never relinquished. season game played on Jan. 29. hockey championship this season.
Mike Brown said he had District (SAJRD) to fill the today.”
attended a wind turbine unexpired term of Gregory Junior forward Nick LaPlante He said the team has worked hard Northview has finished as the state
In order for the Wildcats to scored on a power play to close in their practices leading up to runner-up four times (1982, 1990,
seminar in Blissfield, D. Stalter. reach the championship game in the
Michigan which was held out the period with Northview on this past weekend’s tournament 2006, 2010) but has yet to bring
“Mr. Groves is highly league’s new format for crowning top 4-2. games. home the coveted championship
on Feb. 5 at the Blissfield qualified,” council member a divisional champion, they needed Senior defenseman Graham “[Last] week in practice we trophy.
Middle School. Mark Luetke said. “He a dramatic 3-2 overtime win over Kelsey opened the third period just [bore] down,” Culver stated. The state playoffs begin this
The seminar was has a degree and teaches the St. John’s Titans in the semi- scoring at the 14:43 mark “We probably had the best week of week with the second-seeded
organized by the Interstate recreational management.” final game on Feb. 12 night. Junior increasing the Northview lead to practice that we’ve had all year and Wildcats taking on Perrysburg at
Informed Citizens Coalition, Mr. Luetke said that Mr. Tyler Harding netted the winning 5-2. I think that it lead this weekend to Sylvania Tam-O-Shanter on Feb.
a group of residents from Groves was ready to goal for Northview. Less than a minute after the two good wins against two good 17 at 8:00 p.m.
Palmyra Township, Riga take on the position. Mr. In the title game, the Wildcats Kelsey goal, St. Francis junior teams.” A new state ice hockey
Township, Blissfield, Stalter resigned over health opened up a quick 2-0 advantage Reid Kersey found an open corner “Whenever you beat a team champion will be crowned at
Ogden Township and reasons. on respective goals by senior of the net off of a rebound to pull like St. Francis,” Culver said, “with Nationwide Arena in Columbus
Sylvania, who are against Service Director Jeffrey forward Ryan LaPlante and senior the Knight to within two goals at that much skill and that much on March 13.
wind farm implementation Ballmer reported on the bids center Nolan Culver. LaPlante
in the area. The theme of
the event was to show the
effects a wind farm has on
the city had received for the
Centennial/Little Waterline
Project, for work to be done
Perrysburg gives Northview first NLL loss
a community, the science
behind wind technology,
how a wind farm may hurt
property values and other
in preparation for the new
water tower. According
to Mr. Ballmer, a bid was
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decibel levels. voted unanimously to League but Perrysburg was not early in the second quarter Northview 53.
“I went in with an open award the contract to them, willing to give in that easily. It but strong play by Perrysburg When asked what went
mind,” Mr. Brown said. authorizing the expenditure was a battle for possession of forward Nicole Delas gave the wrong, Northview Coach Jerry
He said that he had heard, for the improvements in the the top spot on Feb. 12 as the Yellow Jackets a 27-20 lead. Sigler answered, “They just
in the past, that by shifting amount of $430,518.30. LadyKats (15-3 overall, 11-1 After Delas left the game with outplayed us, their post people
to wind energy it would Also that night, the NLL) traveled to Perrysburg an ankle injury, Northview pretty much dominated us.”
help the United States council voted to authorize to take on the Yellow Jackets scored the next six points on a With regard to scoring, he
get away from foreign oil the mayor and director (15-2, 10-1 NLL). Perrysburg free throw by Rose, a 3-pointer said, “We didn’t shoot very
dependency. However, at of finance to expend emerged victorious and the two by Tori Busby, and a layup by well, we didn’t get to the foul
teams now share first place in Justinger to end the half down line like we did last time. I knew
the seminar, it was revealed
that only one percent of
$14,400 to go towards the league with just a couple by just one, 27-26.
landscaping and irrigation games left in the season. Both teams came out
that would be a concern.”
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COMMUNITY WEDNESDAY, February 16, 2011

Duncan signs to run at Central Michigan Engagement

TOLEDO- Notre Dame
Academy senior Lauren
Duncan of Sylvania had
a tough decision between
two strong collegiate cross
country and track teams– the
University of Dayton and
Central Michigan University.
She made her final decision
and the Chippewas of Central
Michigan will have a new
runner next season.
Duncan started
running with her mother
in the park before starting
her official career in sixth
grade at St. Joseph School
in Sylvania. She continued Photo submitted
her cross country career at Notre Dame Academy senior Lauren Duncan signs a letter of intent to run cross
McCord Junior High for country and track at Central Michigan University as her proud parents watch.
seventh and eighth grade. She Academic and All State was part of the Christmas in and high school coaches, Ms. Susan Flowers of Sylvania is pleased to announce
made the Eagle varsity cross Academic honors. She is a Appalachia service program families and teammates. the upcoming wedding of her daughter, Kady Flowers
country team as a freshman four-year member of the track and also has served in the Along with Duncan, the to Nick Sattelmaier, son of Michele and James Cermak
and has been earning honors team in the 4x800 meter relay children’s liturgy program at other athletes signing letters of of Walton Hills, OH.
ever since. and as a single participant St. Joseph Sylvania Parish intent were Kaila Gardner to Kady graduated from Northview High School in
She has been First Team, in the 800 meter and 1600 and as a volunteer in local attend Kent State University 2001, Otterbein College in 2005 and received her DVM
All City and First Team, All meter. She earned her varsity soup kitchens. for track, Elizabeth Treece from Ohio State in 2009. She is currently working at
District all four years. She letter in both cross country Duncan signed her letter to attend Siena Heights Spring Meadows Animal Hospital in Holland, OH.
was First Team, All Region and track for four years. She of intent at a ceremony University for softball, Nick graduated from Trinity High School in 1998,
for two years and All State also swam for the Eagles for with four other Notre Dame Megan McNamara to attend John Carroll University in 2003 and received his DVM
her junior year. A captain for two years. Academy seniors. The school Wright State University for from Ohio State in 2009. He is currently employed at the
the cross country team, she She is a member of the celebrated with a pep rally on tennis and Meghan Smyth to Animal Emergency and Critical Care Center of Toledo.
set a strong example during Pep Club and participated Feb. 9. The athletes made their attend University of Toledo A June 2011 wedding at Sylvania United Church of
practice, at races and in the in the Junior Academy Big commitments in front of the for volleyball. Christ is planned.
classroom earning All City Sis/Little Sis program. She entire student body, college

Nutrition Resolution welcomed New pep squad boosting Gray Wolves spirit

with ribbon cutting ceremony

Lourdes College began
play in several sports this
fall and winter, coaches
and administrators had
much to plan. In addition to
finding student-athletes to
compete in the games and
matches the school needed
a nickname, team colors,
a mascot and a fight song.
Also not to be forgotten
was the formation of a
spirit squad to help cheer
on the Gray Wolves to
Seven Lourdes students
came together to form the
Photo submitted college’s first spirit squad.
SYLVANIA- A ribbon community. Owners Trish the Sylvania Area Chamber They made their debut
Photo submitted
cutting ceremony was Jackson, Rhonda Roback of Commerce, Bill Sanford appearance at the first home
recently held to formally and Debbie Iott were from the City of Sylvania varsity men’s basketball Members of the inaugural Lourdes College spirit
introduce Nutrition welcomed to the business and Kevin Haddad from game in late November. squad cheer on the team at a recent home basketball
Resolutions to the community by members of Sylvania Township. The students, most with game. Pictured left to right are Kristin Wilson, Kayla
cheerleading background, Brownfield and Daniella Mazzocca.

Valentines for Vets

began practicing as a team Getting enough girls the spirit squad’s advisor.
just a couple of weeks together to form a team She is present for all of
before that game. was not difficult. Many the team’s practices and
Recent marketing of the students on the performances.
graduate Ori Orozco was squad had inquired at “The squad does a great
the force behind getting one time or another if job of interacting with the
the squad organized. She Lourdes was going to crowd and brings them
said she originally wanted have a spirit squad when into the game as more of
to get a few girls together they found out athletics a participant than just a
just to cheer during the were being added. Junior spectator,” she said. “The
first home basketball game. Kayla Brownfield had squad could have easily
While it took the squad spoken with administrators been put on hold until next
a little longer than she about the potential to year, but these students
anticipated being ready to form a competitive cheer were excited and driven. It
“go live,” they were able to and dance squad. When just shows that at Lourdes
field a partial squad for the the College approved a the enthusiasm and
school’s first-ever home cheer team for basketball, engagement of the students
basketball game. the team came together can make things happen.”
“Cheering has been quickly. For the time being the
a passion and a big part “When I found out the spirit squad will perform
of their lives,” Orozco spirit squad was being only at home games. Squad
said of the students who formed for this basketball members expect the team
are choreographing the season I was ecstatic, words to grow and hope it will
team’s cheers and dances can’t even express how one day be approved to be
Photo submitted
while practicing on their happy I was,” Brownfield, a varsity sport. Currently,
own time. A graduate of a junior early childhood it has club sport status.
Arbor Hills students, under teachers Anne Heinl and Sarah Godwin, took time Whitmer High School with education major who also Other members of the
from their traditional social studies classroom activities to learn a valuable lesson in 17 years of cheerleading is a Whitmer graduate, said. cheer squad include Carlie
civics. Students made 150 individual valentines for each of the veterans in the VA experience, Orozco “So far the experience has Creque, freshman nursing
hospital in Ann Arbor. The valentines were then hand-delivered over the weekend doubled as the team’s been amazing. The squad is major, from Arlington,
by the teaching staff who also purchased candy for out-patient veterans. Patients in coach through the first two coming together nicely, and OH; Kristin Wilson,
the hospital cannot accept treats. home games. Because she we all share a passion for freshman early childhood
Pictured here (left to right) are Arbor Hills students Elijah Miller, Ashley Leiby, graduated from Lourdes in cheering on the sidelines education major, from
December, she has chosen and competitively.” Evergreen High School;
Brian Hemsoth and Selia Linninger working on their Valentines for Veterans. to continue on only as the Amy Mergen, Lourdes Alyssa Orozco, junior
team’s coach. director of admissions, is early childhood education
major, from Whitmer
High School; Daniella
Mazzocca, adolescence
to young adult education
major from Central
Catholic High School; and
Ariana Taylor, nursing
major from Monroe High

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WEDNESDAY, February 16, 2011

Christ Child Society holds Celebrity Wait Night Sylvania Area Chamber of
The 16th annual Christ Commerce announces last
Child Celebrity Wait Night
was held at Zia’s and Real
Seafood on Feb. 7. Today,
call for expo
SYLVANIA- The Sylvania information.
celebrity wait nights are very Chamber of Commerce’s annual A favorite part of the expo
popular ways to raise funds Showcase Sylvania Business is the Taste of Sylvania. Local
but this concept was first Expo will be on March 26 from supermarkets, specialty foods
brought to Northwest Ohio 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. at the and coffee shops will be offering
in 1996 by Christ Child So- Sylvania Sports and Exhibition fresh ideas for entertaining,
ciety. The event continues Center at Tam-O-Shanter, 7060 dinner and healthy alternative
to grow each year with over Sylvania Avenue. The expo is a meals. Additionally, chefs will
500 attendees this year. massive event and last year had be offering recipes, wine tips
Mike Gibbons, the own- an attendance of over 4,000. and more.
ers of the restaurants, and This year’s event will feature This is always a first class
many of the thirty waiters representation from 140 area event for local businesses. Free
were on hand to greet the businesses. There are about ten parking for the expo is on-site
guests. Waiters for the event spaces left for the expo. at Tam-O-Shanter or off-site at
are community leaders who The show highlights local Olander Park and Southview
encourage their friends to Pat Nowak photos
businesses that reflect the High
“Give from Your Heart” area’s private and professional The Sylvania Area
which was the theme of the
Mary Ellen Bernardo, Bob Bernardo, Carol Leupp,
Over 500 people went to Zia’s to enjoy the fun at Christ Child Celebrity Wait business diversity. Visitors Chamber of Commerce also
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Many of the “celebrity” J. Scott
wait service. Stewart, Joanne
Cetera, formerly of the musi- off the fall fashion season, Expect communication to be your mind academies. and feeling the Businesses
life pur- feelfeatured for theis Chamber.
like everyone listening to
Ollivier, Denise Colturi, Joyce and this year will be celebrat-
Chicago and trinkets
also Guests
Moses, atKlein
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and includ- ing the fashions, companies
good this week, especially in your pose that only willyou becanproviding
fulfill. giveaways
you and your energy Forwillmore
drawn information,
renowned for
to entice the giving. numerous chart relationships. Make sure you and door
Scorpio prizes. them in even contact
closer.the Sylvania
Start the Chamber
hits in his solo career. ed Keith Yanik.
Rosemary and Katie Walker, and resources of our great
The dinner was superb; Bob and
Toledo Linda
Symphony Helmer,
spend some alone time with your In 2011
(Oct. 23-Nov. 21) features weekwill of goCommerce
ready to and you will at 419-882-
Co-Chairs Mirza Baig, city. enjoy the rewards
thereM.D.wereandso many Martinez,
Bernardo choices Kitsie Can and
you believe that theJudy Models will be strutting the
Jim Valiton,
partner and clear the air. Expect include
great things thefinancially
Flower Hospital/ 2135 by or Friday.
email pnowak@
Gemini this week. Watch for sales of any Imagine if every week were this
the restaurant chefs are and Toledo Symphony League Paramount Pavilion offering sylvaniachamber.org or visit
promise an outstanding John Gorun, Lou Ann stage wearing fashions from (May 21-June 21) kind but especially those in real easy how much you could accom-
to event.
be commended
The proceeds benefit celebrates Fanfare at Fifty-
along Kornowa, locally owned stores Elegant health screenings and wellness www.sylvaniachamber.org.
Five as a wayBob to sayandBravaMary
Right now, your physical estate. Your time is good for asset plish.

Adopt a hydrant
to Rags,Committee
Gallippo’s Kids
withrobotics simulation
the waiters on staffand train-
who Ellen Bernardo,
the League CrescendosHenrywho and Klothesline, members at the annual
strength will be low. Christ
However, Childcreation.
ing at St. Vincent Mercy Lady C, Lily your emotions will be on an all Sagittarius
worked attentively to
Medical Center with the use make Karen
directed DeMain,
the past and Terry
raise and
the lebrity Wait Night
Whitestone, Ragazza, Sophia took a moment out of the busy evening
time high leaving you feeling very (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)
sureofeverything was served in baton to the members who to
the daVinci robotic system. Denise Benton, Mary Pat Lustig, Sophie’s Sister and pose for a picture. Pictured left
up and down. to right are Ann Ma-
The week may get off to an
a timely Themanner. The charm-
event features station give full measure
Anderson, Barbara rie Blank,
to theand Ken Toledo Furs. Diana Gable, Marsha Cyranowski, Cancer odd start but SYLVANIA-
Charlene stay focused onWith just the recent fight the fire and may allow the
ing dining,
table biddecorations
board auctions were organization and applauds
and Bro, Carol and Harold Leupp Kuhn andalways
This event eventdraws
chairmana Candy (JuneSturtz.
22-July 22) today. Byheavy
the end snowof the weekaccumulation,
you the fire to grow.
a fabulous new members who will direct huge crowd because of the Sylvania
why youTownship Fire Depart- To make a fire hydrant as
designed by afterglow
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buffet and gourmet coffee bar. and Mary and Bob Arquette. delightful vendor boutiques
the organization?
auction tables. There were
people Harbor’s
around you Resource
with your high Center at
stressed atment would
all. Plan like toget-
a quick ask everyone accessible as possible, please
Florist,For a long-time supporter
ticket information call The event will be held that are set up beginning at 10 and low moods. Be careful not to away for to
of the organization.
419-251-2117. Heart
Friday, and
Sept. 19 Soul
at the 2011
home many
a.m., withitems
a tastyand bidding was
luncheon Monroe Street, patient facil- theadopt
create long-term conflicts by nect withtoa their
the fire
or loved
hydrant closest clear a path approximately 3 feet
or recon-
manyraise over of It Tom and Joan fast and furious. ity upgrades at the Northwest or businesses and around the hydrant and shovel a
dedicated snowed sixFought in
unexpected and the fashion extravaganza. pushing people away from you. from out of town.
keep it free of snow during the path to the street or the roadway
$30,000 for the Christ Child inches that day but over 300
volunteers who step up to be Rossford. Cocktails, musical ForThis
more event began
information six
call years Ohio Psychiatric
Leo Hospital, Capricorn
winter. up to the fire hydrant. The Fire
showed up ago when Tony Rasczyk and and (Julya23-Aug.
transportation fund (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
on the committee.
programs. This nationalHats offor- to entertainment and exquisite 419-885-5733. 22)
Zehra Baig, Brenda Johnson, supporters dining stations still
are planned. —- At a fire, the Fire Department Department also asks everyone
Heart & Soul Sally Binard put their heads to assist with purchasing a
Lately you may have been Balancing your time this week
ganization was founded in to
Barbara Ledrick, Mary the annual
Additionally a tremendous Please send all information feeling like you are heading in will feel like must quicklyThere
a struggle. locate areand gain a to consider helping a neighbor
1887 dedicated
Ziegler, to the wel-
Diane Shemak, Jackie 2011 Caring
“Fanfare” cakefor together and
thebeCommu- to Pat Nowak, Sylvania
will held the first handicapped accessible van
event5700at Grumpy’s
two directions at the same time. responsibilities water supply
holding yousource
back from the with a medical condition or who
of children. The Charla
Mary Price, Toledo nity unveiled
heldlater in the
at the evening.
Suites Level Herald, Monroe St.,in down- So, nowfor thetime
is the Thomas
to make aM. sen-Wernert
from the things
closestyoufire really want to If the fire
hydrant. is elderly, by shoveling out a
Ulrich, was
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at Fifth black and town
Field Suite 406,Toledo.
SylvaniaThe firstorevent
43560, Center. about what you do. Spendhydrant
sible decision some time prioritizing
is buried by snow, it fire hydrant in front of his or her
1990 and aids the communi- on Feb. 5. The area was set was standing room only and
Strohmaier, Joanie Barrett, white cocktail attire is worn. e-mail to want to do Please send all informa- is difficult to find and valuable home. This act of kindness will
with your life. your projects and then rewards
ty through several programs up For
Pat Bullard, Kathy Zacharias, more information call nowakp112946@aol.com.
beautifully in shades of has grown through the years; tion to Pat Nowak, Sylvania time must be spent digging it benefit the entire neighborhood.
including distributing 800 red. what a tribute! Herald, 5700 Monroe St., out. It may take several minutes If you notice a fire hydrant
layettes to needy families, Grazing stations were The event is held to raise Suite 406, Sylvania 43560, or to dig out a fire hydrant buried has been damaged, is missing
the Clothe-A-Child program, placed strategically through- awareness for mental illness e-mail to nowakp112946@ by snow. The delay in securing a caps or is leaking water, please
Parenting Today’s Kids and out the concourse so you and help erase the stigma aol.com. Please make sure to water supply from a fire hydrant notify the Sylvania Township
tutoring support. Last year, could mingle, sample and associated with it. Proceeds send information in time for could disrupt the timely manner Fire Department by calling 419-
the organization contributed visit the overloaded silent will go toward enhancing publication deadlines. in which firefighters are able to 882-7676.

We’ve got the power!

Spring Information Meeting
Sunday, February 27, at Noon
• challenging academic programs earn students
top national honors and scholarships

• block scheduling provides a solid foundation

for college

• faith-based community helps build strong

bonds that last a lifetime
• faculty & staff are caring and supportive V SU
• winning SUA sports, clubs, and activities
fit any interest

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Lourdes College baseball Upcoming Events Police

signings now stand at eight Fifth Third Bank Reports
SYLVANIA- Head baseball strikeouts. Due to his performance presents homebuyer’s Monday, Feb. 21 Criminal mischief: On and found to be OVI. He
coach Andy Ham now has on and off the field last year, seminar 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Jan. 31, at the 6300 block had a breath test result of
commitments from eight high Marcus received the team’s TOLEDO- A special Toledo Hospital of Coppersmith Road, a .154 BAC.
school student-athletes to play coach’s award. Marcus is an honor program designed to walk 2142 N. Cove Blvd, victim reported unknown
baseball at Lourdes College roll student at Henry Ford and will prospective homebuyers Toledo
following the recent signing of study nursing at Lourdes. Marcus suspect(s) threw eggs at Petty theft, found
through the process will the victim’s house at two property: On Feb. 5, at the
five players. The first edition of is the first athlete from the Henry be presented by Fifth Thursday, Feb. 24
the Gray Wolves baseball team Ford Academy to sign a letter of different times. 7500 block of Sylvania
Third Bank in conjunction 9 am – 2 pm Avenue, a suspect
will begin play next spring. intent to play collegiate athletics
Jordan McNeely of Bellevue on scholarship. Paul Gray from with Brad Plock, RE/ Mercy Healthcare Arrest: On Jan. attempted to take an eight
High School signed with Lourdes Leetonia High School in Leetonia, Max Preferred and First Center 31, at the 6800 block gigabyte memory card, a
College on Feb. 9. A pitcher and OH, was the sixth baseball recruit Capital Title from 6 – 2200 Jefferson Ave., of Convent, Stephen four gigabyte memory
first baseman, Jordan batted to sign with Lourdes. A versatile 8 p.m. on Feb. 24 at Toledo Lamont Allen, 25, was card and a baby monitor
.300 for the Redmen and had an athlete who plays multiple First Capital Title, 4900 stopped for a traffic without purchase or
earned run average of 3.20 with positions, he expects to start for Whiteford Road. The Friday, Feb. 25 violation and found to permission.
16 strikeouts in 23 innings of his varsity team for the third seminar, hosted by Jeff 7:30 am - 2:00 pm have an outstanding
work as a junior. He was part of consecutive year. He plans to study Aurand, Fifth Third Bank St. Luke’s Hospital
Bellevue’s 2010 Northern Ohio pre-law at Lourdes. Two players warrant. He was issued Petty theft: On Feb.
mortgage loan officer, 5901 Monclova Rd, a summons and released. 5, at the 7000 block
League championship team and from Barberton High School is free and open to the Maumee
received the Redman Spirit Award signed on Jan. 27. Andy Kefalos of Sylvania Avenue, a
for his leadership on and off the is a corner infielder who will be an
public. Arrest: On Jan. 31, victim reported to police
field. Jordan plans to study early education major at Lourdes. His Attendees will learn: at the 6700 block of an iPod Nano had been
· Do’s and don’ts of St. Francis to host art
tom’s tire & auto
childhood education at Lourdes. high school teammate Chase taken from his vehicle.
tom’s tire & auto
Marcus Harris, a senior at
Henry Ford Academy in Detroit,
signed with Lourdes College on
Kallai is an outfielder and catcher
who plans to major in health care
buying your first home
· What to expect from
your lender and realtor
TOLEDO- St. Francis
de Sales high School will
Monroe Street, Kaleigh
A. Tubbs, 18, was served
on warrants for theft and
burglary and released
Domestic violence,
disrupting public service:
Feb. 7. Marcus is an outfielder Three players from the Toledo · Special loan and present Knight Fest: A into the custody of the On Feb. 5, at the 6100
and pitcher and will bring a lot area previously signed to play down payment options Celebration of the Arts
of speed and versatility to the at Lourdes: Jake Conklin from court. block of Glasgow Road,
· Benefits of owning and March 6 from 4-6
Lube, Oil & Lube,
Filter Oil & Filter
team. Last season, Marcus hit Anthony Wayne, Drew Gallagher versus renting p.m. at the Valentine Arrest: On Feb. 1,
Regina Ellen Reighard,
57, approached the
.351 and drove in 12 runs. On the from Bowsher and Sam Pace from · Move up options Theatre, 410 Adams

19 19
mound, he had aTire
era with 10 Whitmer. at the 6700 block of victim while he was in

$ 95$

Includes: Tire Rotation,
Top Off Fluids, Top Off Fluids, for second or third time Street, Toledo. The event Monroe Street, Julius bed and began jabbing
buyers will feature artwork by
Free Battery Test,
Lube (where applicable),
Free Battery Test,
Lube (where applicable), · Refinancing options St. Francis students and
C. Mcdonald, 33, was
served on warrants for
him with a .22 caliber
rifle. The victim called
New Filter & Up to New Filter & Up to for current owners performances by the St. driving under suspension, 911 during the altercation

tom’s tire & auto

6 Quarts of Oil
tom’s tire & auto
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6 Quarts of Oil
with other tireoffers.
& autoExpires 9-30-10
with other offers.
purpose of Francis Concert Band
this seminar is to walk and Singing Blue Men’s
through Chorus. There will also
home buying process so be a special appearance
display of plates and
seat belt required at the
probation office. He was
issued a summons.
and Reighard attempted
to disconnect the phone
from the wall jack. The
victim sustained injuries
they are able to make by Paul Geiger, the to his right hand, stomach
a confident, informed commissioned artist of area and left bicep area.
(419) 476-7845 • 1630 W.(419)
Lube, Oil & Filter Alexis 476-7845Rd., •Toledo,
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decision,”Rd., Toledo,
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the Valentine Theatre
BAC .17 grams by
Alexis Road just east of Jackman Alexis Road just east of Jackman breath: On Feb. 1, at The suspect was booked
“All the players- realtor, Mural. Admission is
Lube, Oil & Filter
Open: Mon. - Fri. 7-7, Sat. 8-5, Sun. Mon.
Open: 9-4 - Fri. 7-7, Sat. 8-5, Sun. 9-4 N. McCord Road and into Lucas County Jail.
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Includes: Tire Rotation,
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Free Battery Test, will be there to share appreciated. For more Robert M Conover, 69, Arrest: On Feb. 6,

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Lube (where Rotation,, at the 5700 block of
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Lube (where applicable), result was .209 BAC. stopped for a traffic
required, but seating is violation and found to
New Filter & Up to limited. Call 419-878- Second annual Toledo Arrest: On Feb. 2, have warrants for child
6 Quarts of Oil
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Alexis Road just east of Jackman

Mon. - Fri. 7-7,cars

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T.T.A. tirewith
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auto Void withSat.
offers/most other offers.
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9-4 additional
materials 9-30-10 reserve your seat. TOLEDO- On Feb. 20 W. Jennison, 28, was taken into custody and
at 3 p.m. at Jug’s Bowling picked up by Toledo transported to Fulton
Upcoming blood drives Center on 5111 Jacman Police Officers and found County.
(419)841-4911 • 3310 Holland-Sylvania Rd., Toledo, OH Road, the second annual to have warrants out of
Monday, Feb. 21 Local Bowl will be held.
476-7845 • 1630 W. Alexis Rd., Toledo, Ohio
M-F, 7-7, Sat. 8-4
Sylvania for possession BAC .08 grams by
(419)476-7845 • 1630
1:00 pm - 7:00 pm Sign up in teams of five of drug paraphernalia. breath, driving under
Alexis RoadW. Alexis
of Jackman Rd., Toledo, OH
just east
Mayfair Plymouth or sign up individually He was transported to suspension, open
Open: Mon.
Alexis Road - Fri.just7-7,east
Sat.of8-5, Sun. 9-4
Jackman Congregational and be assigned to a team. Lucas County Jail and container: On Feb. 6, at
M-F, 7-7, Sat. 8-5, Sun. 9-4 5253 Bennett Road, There will be prizes for booked. the 5700 block of Summit,
Toledo the first, second and third Dawn M. Morrision,
place teams. To reserve
Arrest: On Feb. 3, was stopped for traffic
MORE THAN A TIRE STORE! a spot, contact Pamat the 6700 block of violations and found to
Weirauch at 419-243-
Monroe Street, Robert L. be OVI and driving under
tom’s tire & auto 2081 or Larenda Hammett
at 419-386-5425.
Osley, 51, turned himself
in at court for domestic
suspension. Her breath
test result was .092 BAC
violence. He was leased and on open container of
Annual All Species Ball on an own recognizance rum and Diet Pepsi was
TOLEDO- On Feb. bond. found inside the vehicle.
Lube, Oil & Filter 26 from 7-11 p.m. at The
Fountain Room in the

Telecommunications Agency assist: On
$ 95
Includes: Tire Rotation,
Top Off Fluids, Civic Center Promenade harassment: On Feb. Feb. 6, at the 6000
Free Battery Test, at the Erie Street Market 3, at the 5700 block of block of Barkwood
Lube (where applicable), the annual All Species Acres Road, a suspect Lane, Sylvania police
Ball will be held. It will threatened
New Filter & Up to
6 Quarts of Oil a victim transported a suspect to
be a masquerade ball with with physical harm via Flower Hospital.
tom’s tire & auto Void with other offers. Expires 9-30-10 all guests dressed as a telephone.
non-human species. All Disorderly conduct:
proceeds benefit a program Telecommunications On Feb. 7, at the 5000
(419) 476-7845 • 1630 W. Alexis Rd., Toledo, Ohio that offers Toledo youth the harassment: On Feb. block of S. Main
Alexis Road just east of Jackman

Open: Mon. - Fri. 7-7, Sat. 8-5, Sun. 9-4

opportunity to raise small 4, at the 7800 block Street, victims and
livestock with Toledo of Shaftesbury Drive, suspects were involved
GROWS, the community a victim received a in an altercation in a
outreach program of phone message and the parking lot. Conflicting
Toledo Botanical Garden. caller failed to identify statements were given
For tickets, call 419-536- themselves. and all parties were
5566. directed to the Sylvania
Arrest: On Feb. 4, at Prosecutor’s Office for

7th and 8th Grade

Church to hold chicken the 6700 block of Monroe charges.
paprikash dinner Street, John Hughes, 24,
SAMARIA, MI- On turned himself in at court Arrest: On Feb. 7,

Like You Could Never Imagine!

Feb. 25, from 4-7 p.m., on a warrant for driving at the 6700 block of
Grace United Methodist under suspension. He Monroe Street, Jessie
Church located at 1463 was released on an own M. Hardison, 18, turned
Samria Road, Samaria, recognizance bond. himself in at court on a
MI will host a chicken burglary warrant. He was
paprikash dinner including Drive under influence: released on bond.
chicken, spaetzles, On Feb. 5, at Monroe
green beans, cole slaw,
St. John’s Jesuit High School & Academy homemade desserts and
Street and Parkwood
Boulevard, Bryan M.
harassment: On
rolls or corn bread. For Montana, 30, was Feb. 7, at the 4700
• Outstanding Academics/ Hands-on Active Learning more information, call stopped for a traffic block of Weldwood
• Excellent Extracurricular and Enrichment Programs 734-856-3490 or 734- violation and found to Drive, a suspect
856-6430. be OVI. He refused a telecommunicated with
• Faith and Spiritual Development field sobriety test and a the victim with the
Church hosting chemical breath test. purpose to abuse or
• Strong Athletic Program Changed Life Seminar threaten the victim.
• Financial Aid Available TOLEDO- Emmanuel Arrest: On Feb. 5,
Baptist Church, 4207 W. at the 6700 block of Domestic violence:
Laskey Road, will host a Brint Road, Richard On Feb. 7, at the 5600
Experience the Academy... Changed Life Seminar on Eli Faulkner, 49, was block of Radcliffe Road,
March 19 from 8:15 a.m. stopped for a traffic Mariah Washington,
Be a Titan for a Day! to 2:45 p.m. The featured violation and found 18, admitted to striking
speaker will be Sharon to have a warrant for the victim several times
• Meet SJJ Students/Faculty Jaynes and she will violation of a protection about his body. No
discuss “A New Kind of order. He was booked at physical marks were
• Tour the School Beauty.” Over 500 women Lucas County Jail. seen on the victim and
• Learn About SJJ from over 60 churches he refused to sign a
are expected to attend Drive under influence, statement of domestic
this non-denominational obstructing official violence.
Be a Titan for a Day! seminar. Reservations business: On Feb. 5, at
must be made by March the 6500 block of Brint Petty theft: On Feb. 7,
Contact Admissions at 11. For more information Road, Mickel Branden at the 5500 block of W.
419.865.5743, ext 257. or to register, visit Hill, 25, left his vehicle Alexis Road, a witness
changedlifeseminar.com before it could be stopped reported that .174 gallons
www.sjjtitans.org or call Judy Dashner at by police officers. He of diesel fuel was taken
734-850-1135 was later apprehended by an unknown suspect.
WEDNESDAY, February 16, 2011

Elusive memories Letters to InnerViews

the Editor
I write wonderful
columns in my sleep-
deeply philosophical,
about by Kimmie Rose
great topics, Pulitzer-
Prize-winning works yesterday Dear neighbors, asked to pass another one,
By Sheila The Week Ahead: Feb. 20 through Feb. 26, 2011
to stir the soul. But, by Painter My family and I recently an operating levy this
morning’s light, I can’t moved to Sylvania. Before time. Times are tougher Aries (March 21-Apr. 19)
even remember what they if someone received we decided on Sylvania, now and we are trying When it comes to finances, it’s really important to use caution
were about. annoying crank phone my wife spent hours to save as much as we and balance when spending money. If you are planning to make
Dreams are difficult calls, they’d have to file researching the schools can. But according to the a purchase, next week will be a much better time energetically
to recall but memories of a police report? Then a all the way from Dundee Community Update 2010, to do so. Stay grounded this week and everything will work
our past are a different tap would be installed on to Toledo and ultimately the levy’s cost would be out.
story. their phone line to find chose to live here based $150 a year for the owner
I can remember how out who was making the on that comparison. We of a $100,000 home. Taurus (Apr. 20-May 20)
customers had to parallel calls? There was no such figured that if the schools According to Wikipedia Relationship issues come to a head this week. What have
park at the old Sylvania thing as caller ID, then; are good, then the city the median income of a you been avoiding in your life? Whatever it is face up to it and
Post Office on Main it would have made the must be safe, city services household in Sylvania have the conversation you need to have in order to clear the air.
Street. If I couldn’t find a process so much simpler. must be superb and the is about $74,000. Is this Don’t be afraid of the outcome. It will go better than what you
spot I could just pull into, Long distance calls were residents must be the kind really a high price to think it will.
I would drive around and so expensive, it was a of people we would like to pay? We will be living in
around until I found one. have as neighbors. That is, this city for a long time Gemini (May 21-June 21)
special occasion to call Issues with family arise this week when there is a lack of
That site is now an office someone far away! good schools meant good and we must approach this
communication. Your frustration gets to a boiling point and
building, and I don’t There are many more neighborhoods. When important issue rationally you just can’t take it anymore. Speak your mind but it’s best to
know if clients have to Sylvania memories I can the levy issue failed last and not emotionally. We use caution with your words. Remember you can’t always take
parallel park. recall, like when Sylvania November we started to must think long term. If them back.
Getting a pedicure branch library moved worry. My wife and I are you heard that a city of
at the beauty salon on into the Major Magic well educated so we are 20,000 residents is laying Cancer (June 22-July 22)
the northeast corner of plaza while they were not worried about our off 100 teachers, would There’s a lot of energy and a lot of needed space for you this
Sylvania at McCord is renovating their building. daughter’s education. We you choose to move there? week. That long-needed break that you’ve been wanting for the
vivid in my memory I took my kids for story- have the capacity to teach If the schools get worse, last few months is finally here. Take time for yourself and don’t
because it was in a time there, and it looked her what she needs to learn. what sort of neighborhood make a lot of plans. Remember to just be in the moment and
building that once so weird seeing the books I am, however, worried and neighbors do you breathe.
housed the Church of the crammed into such a tiny about the environment expect to have? Isn’t $150
Nazarene (before that, it storefront space. Many in which she grows up. a year (for a $100,000 Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)
was a school). It’s now a items were in storage for If the schools are not home) a small price to pay, Emotions are up and down this week making you feel very
RiteAid at that corner. that year and not even well funded, then the city versus risking a further uncertain about things in your life. Know that outcomes can
Looking back at available. I’m sure glad will lose what makes it drop in your property always change depending upon what you embrace and how
ancient yearbook photos, it happened, though, Sylvania. Home values value? What sort of city much you love inside. Take time to put positive thoughts in
the seniors always look because our current will certainly go down, would you like to live in, your mind and release negative ones.
so funny looking and old. Sylvania library branch is driving down the taxes and what is it worth to you
Old-fashioned hairstyles, so beautiful and a true joy collected by the city. As to live there? Those are Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
dated eyeglass frames to visit. a result the infrastructure the questions we must ask Over the last three weeks, you haven’t been feeling well and
and clothing always will crumble, city services ourselves. finally you are getting your energy back. Now, it’s time to talk
I recall the brief time about the things you have been tucking away. Make sure that
made them appear to when the Burger King on will get worse and It is very easy to tarnish
you use clarity in your conversations with the people in your
be about 30 years old. I Monroe Street, now gone, Sylvania will not be a place a good reputation but very life.
righteously felt that didn’t had a giant inflatable where people will want to hard to build one.
apply to my generation. jumping thing set up. move. I understand that Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)
Yet, if I happen to see a We had never seen such some people are annoyed S. Sahutoglu It’s time this week to really, really set some goals and make
bevy of prom goers at a a thing at a hamburger after passing a levy just Sylvania some decisions. Make sure the balance you are looking for is
restaurant in the spring, place before. Now, two years ago. We are about you. Get in touch with what is deep down inside your
I always think, “Gosh… inside playgrounds are heart. You might be surprised at what you can make manifest
look at those dresses, common. when you do this.
and their hair, and their My favorite discount To the Editor: encourage organizations
makeup! I can’t believe shopping was done at to step up and reschedule Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)
they’re in high school!” Basix or the Pharm. Just Winter weather has a canceled blood drive, This week is all about letting go of the things that you hold
So logically, I guess my memories now. Every blanketed much of the agree to host an emergency against yourself. You know that self blame, doing bad things and
senior photo is just as now and then, I come nation over the past several blood drive or increase feeling sorry for yourself does not serve your highest good. Let
dated. across an old package in weeks, and the storms their existing blood drive go and forgive yourself. It’s time to manifest new beginnings.
I just read the new book my cupboard with one of are taking a toll on all of goal by 10%.
written by Marlo Thomas. their price stickers on it. us. Perhaps even more The Red Cross is grateful Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)
You know her; she’s Nowadays, there aren’t important is the impact to those who responded This is a week that feels a little up and down. You’ve been
married to Phil Donahue, even price stickers! this weather has had on to our appeal for blood feeling like you are not sure which way you are going. If you
the old talk show host. I may not recall what I our nation’s blood supply. donations, yet the need is have been dating a Sagittarius, you may feel like your head is
She was the star of “That had for lunch yesterday, You may not realize it, still great. Now is a great spinning. Take time this week to find clarity. Quick decisions
Girl” and was the real- but every two seconds, time to join the “Recovery aren’t always the best.
but old memories are
life daughter of Danny vivid. What are your someone in the United 2011” initiative and help
Thomas of “Make Room Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
old fond Sylvania States needs a blood meet the needs of patients
Financial issues come up this week as you find yourself
For Daddy,” one of my memories? Share them at transfusion. The American in our local community. in a little bit of a bind. Don’t fret because it’s only temporary.
favorite old shows. Read sylvaniahistory@gmail. Red Cross was forced to Please call 1-800-RED Holding negative thoughts and worrying will only make matters
this paragraph to anyone com or 419-318-9632 cancel more than 750 blood CROSS (1-800-733-2767) worse. So, stay positive and things will ease up for you sooner
under thirty, and they will and they could appear in drives in January alone, or visit redcrossblood.org than you think.
say “Who???” a future column! resulting in a shortfall of to find out more about this
Remember when, over 28,000 scheduled program or to make an Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)
blood donations. appointment to donate at a This is the week for you to breathe. Things have been crazy

Get Your Children Interested

To help build the blood blood drive near you. over the past couple of months. It’s important to spend time
supply back up to sufficient with your family. Communication is also important so speak
levels, the Red Cross has up. When you know what you need to say, you will be heard.
In Newspapers introduced “Recovery
2011.” This campaign is
Sincerely, Don’t be afraid.

How do you help parents get a child interested in look- designed to reach out to Donald L. Baker, CEO Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)
ing at a newspaper? Keep in mind that it’s a kid’s job to eligible donors to ask them American Red Cross This is a good time to write down some affirmations and
have fun. to make and keep blood Blood Services firm intentions on where you want to go and what you want to
donation appointments Western Lake Erie do. Remember this time is all about setting goals and also about
Here are a few ideas to share with the readers of our as soon as they are able Region knowing that when you reach deep into your heart anything is
paper. to do so. It also aims to possible.
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NOTICE TO BIDDERS BYRNE ROAD Flea Mar- Feb. 25–July 31 in the the Baroque period, This picture shows an members and supported in
Sealed proposals will be re-
ceived by the Board of Sylvania
ket every Sunday Works on Paper Galleries. roughly 1600– 1750, was etching and drypoint print part through the sustainable
Township Trustees of Lucas 7am-12pm. 206 S. Byrne, The free exhibition inspired by the Catholic circa 1663 entitled The grant program of the Ohio
County, Ohio, at the Township Toledo, OH (next to the includes prints by such Church, which wanted to Fall of Giants by Salvator Arts Council.
Office, 4927 Holland-Sylvania TV station). Indoor & out- notable artists as Annibale display realistic images to Ross. It is part of a display An exhibition catalog
Carracci, Agostino influence its congregation. will be available online at
Road, Sylvania, Ohio 43560 at
of Baroque artists coming
door spaces available.
2:00 p.m. local time on Thurs-
day, February 24, 2011 and Contact Mark
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Art on Feb. 25
opened immediately thereafter 419-389-1095.

TARPS ridership sets records, Rudy Severhof Jr. named

for the performance on all labor.

072 Help Wanted

In compliance with Section
4115.03 through 4115.14 of the

TARTA ridership declines

to the Dean’s List
Ohio Revised Code, and the fur-
nishing of all materials, tools,

The Sylvania Herald

machinery, and appliances re-
quired for the 2011 Resurfacing TOLEDO- Ridership on Overall, 62 percent of
Toledo Area Regional Para- TARTA’s non-TARPS rid- AKRON- Rudy have achieved a grade
is looking for
Project, Phase 1 for the im-
transit Service (TARPS) ership reduction was the Severhof Jr. of Sylvania point average of 3.5 or
provement of Country Walk sub-
division, Country Meadow subdi-
vision, and Oak Creek subdivi- buses reached record levels result of Toledo Public was named to the Fall higher on 4.0 scale.
in 2010. However, ridership Schools cutting TARTA’s Semester 2010 Dean’s Rudy is a 2009 graduate
sion (plat 1-3). The work includes
milling and resurfacing the exist-
on the other bus services student service. List at the University of of Northview High School
provided by the Toledo Area Akron. The Dean’s List and is majoring in special
ing pavement, minor base repair,
and other related work. The esti- Total non-TARPS rider-
Regional Transit Authority ship was down by 776,444 includes students who Education.
sales reps
mated construction cost is

Central Catholic
$364,044.00 for the 1.60 miles of (TARTA) declined in the riders, a 23 percent reduc-
nine-community service tion compared 2009’s total
Each bid shall be accompanied
area in Northwest Ohio. ridership. Of that reduced
Must be personable, driven
announces honor roll
by a Bid Guaranty and Contract
Bond, a Cashier!s Check, or a “We’re elated TARPS number, 485,319, or 62 per-
and motivated. Sales continues to prove its value cent, of those rides were in
Money Order on a Solvent Bank
or Savings and Loan Associa-
to the transportation chal- the student category, defined At Central Catholic Mossing, Meghan Oberle,
experience a plus.
tion. The Bid Guaranty and Con-
tract Bond shall be in an amount lenged in the area and hope as students riding TARTA High School, 670 students Samuel Perry, Chandler
Hourly wage plus generous to provide even more ser- buses using passes from earned academic honors Rygalski, Courtney
equal to 100% of the bid. Cashi-
vice to this important cus- Toledo Public Schools. for the second quarter. The Rygalski, Brian Sherman,
er!s Check or Money Order on a

commission package.
Solvent Bank or Savings and
Loan Association shall be in the tomer base in the future,” “At the beginning of following students from Paul Weaner
James K. Gee, TARTA’s 2010, we didn’t anticipate Sylvania are on the honor
Email your resume to
amount equal to but no less than
10% of the bid. Each of the
general manager said. TPS’s action. It turned out roll. Second Honors (Grade
ads@heraldpapers.org TARPS is one of sev- to be the largest category of
aforementioned shall guarantee
to the Township that if a contract point average of 3.5 to
is awarded to the bidder, he will, eral services provided by ridership reduction record- First Honors (Grade 3.89) – Karianna Adamson,
within ten (10) days after the
or call 419-885-9222. TARTA, including regu- ed by TARTA for the year,” point average of 3.9 and Samantha Burkholder,
larly scheduled service Gee said. higher) – Joseph Beutel, Michael Hunyor, Joshua
date of such award, enter into a
proper and acceptable contract
for the faithful performance of his along specific routes, seven Also, effective Dec. 27, Nicholas Beutel, Kevin Jordan, Kelsey O’Brien,
work. In the event the Contractor days a week; Call-A-Ride, 2009, TARTA was forced to Beyersdorf, Aidan Dillon, Jesse Oswanski, Michael
fails to enter into a proper con- HOME CLEANING. Avail- door-to-door service in six put into effective sweeping Emily Durbak, Samantha Ramirez, Blake Wasung
suburban communities; and
tract, an amount equal to 10% of
the Bid Guaranty and Contract
able M-F 8-5, part-time
schedule revisions based on Fisher, Zachary Gray,
Bond or the full amount of the day hours. Insured car re- shuttle service to Toledo projections it would lose Mallory Hunyor, Courtney Third Honors (Grade
Cashier!s Check or Money Order quired. Call Merry Maids Mud Hen and Walleye pro- $900,000 in tax revenue Iannucci, Brian Kelly, point average of 3.1 to 3.49)
fessional sporting events. as a result of falling prop-
on a Solvent Bank or Savings in mornings
and Loan Association will be for- Sara Koelsch, Claire – Sarah Glassmoyer, Corey
Both TARPS and Call-A-
feited to Sylvania Township as erty tax values and increas- Langenderfer, Connor Grindle, Julius Swolsky,
Ride are call-in-advance ing foreclosures. TARTA’s Langenderfer, Jason Matthew Westrick
088 For Rent
liquidating damages. Upon ac-
services to arrange pickup main source of revenue is
UF to host third Economic Summit
ceptance of the work, a one (1)
year maintenance bond in the
amount of 25% of the contract times. two property tax levies.
will be required to guarantee “In evaluating TARTA’s These changes impacted
such work. Each bid must con- 5758 SUMMIT Street, Syl-
non-TARPS 2010 rider- all of TARTA’s nine service FINDLAY- The University free enterprise system and
tain the full name of the party or vania. Lower duplex.
ship, we have to consider areas and involved the ma- of Findlay’s third Economic its ability to serve as the
parties submitting the proposal Close to stores, park &
the overriding impacts of jority of its fixed-line ser- Summit, which this year will foundation of the solutions
focus on the free enterprise we might employ to solve
and all persons interested school. 2 bedrooms, full
therein. Each bidder must submit the following events: the vice routes, including elim-
basement, appliances, system, will be held on these problems,” Paul Sears,
evidence of its experiences on
heat & water included. Toledo Board of Education ination of some routes, and March 4 from 8 a.m.- 4 Ph.D., dean of the College of
dropping most non-yellow changes in frequency for
projects of similar size and com-
plexity, and a complete listing of $675/month. Call p.m. in the Winebrenner Business said. “We believe
all subcontractors to be used. 419-517-3310. bus service in September; Call-A-Ride and TARPS. Theological Seminary’s TLB the role of a University is
The Board of Sylvania Township sweeping reductions in ser- The cutbacks represented Convocation Center. to offer perspectives from
094 Cemetery Lots vice at the first of the year six percent of TARTA’s to-
Trustees may reject any and all
of the bids on any basis and Kevin Moley, former the most informed minds
without disclosure of a reason. as a result of falling prop- tal service. U.S. ambassador to the available, to help shape our
The failure to make such a dis- erty tax values and increas- “As it turned out, our United Nations in Geneva, students’ thought processes,
closure shall not result in accrual
3 CEMETERY lots avail- ing foreclosures; and the budget loss from tax rev- Switzerland, will deliver the broaden their perspectives
impact of ‘comparatively’
of any right, claim, or cause of
action by an unsuccessful bidder able at Toledo Memorial enue reductions was higher opening keynote presentation, and inspire their future
against the Board of Sylvania Park, Section 36. Ph. low fuel prices for private than expected at slightly “Free Enterprise Conquers the careers.”
Township Trustees. 419-822-0515. vehicles,” Gee said. more than $1 million; and Globe,” at 8 a.m. Following Planned panel discussions
Plans may be obtained at the
2010’s TARPS rider- the service cuts, as expect- the keynote, a series of six include:
100 Services
Township Office, 4927
Holland-Sylvania Road, Sylvania, ship marked 14 consecu- ed, resulted in ridership discussion sessions will · “Venture Capital and
Ohio 43560, Monday through Fri- tive years of record usage. losses,” Gee said. examine the relationships the Free Enterprise System,”
day 8am to 4pm. A non-refund-
TARPS ridership climbed to Gee also pointed to between free enterprise moderated by Greg Knudson,
able deposit of $20.00 in cash or
PRIVATE HOME Care. 219,257 passenger trips in “comparatively” low fuel and the government, local director of Rocket Ventures
economic development, (9-9:50 a.m.)
a check made payable to the Syl-
vania Township Trustees is re- Compassionate compan- 2010 compared to 183,997 costs in 2010 as a reason
quired for each set. ionship. Certified nursing passenger trips in 2009. many individuals chose small business, the health · “The Role of
By order of the Board of assistant. 20 years experi- “Furthermore, TARPS to drive their vehicles in- care system and the venture Government in the Free
Sylvania Township Trustees
ence. Affordable rates. usage continued to climb stead of using TARTA’s capital market, as well as the Enterprise System,”
future of free enterprise. moderated by Terry McGann,
of Lucas County, Ohio
2/9/11 & 2/16/11 Call Bonny 567-686-3636. and set a new monthly re- service. Average price for “We face many economic principal of California
cord during January 2011, regular gas in Ohio fluctu-
102 Painting &
challenges in this country, Strategies & Advocacy LLC
044 Pets when usage exceeded
20,000 passenger trips for
ated during 2010 from a
low of $2.41 per gallon of
ad there seems to be a (10-10:50 a.m.)
Papering increasing skepticism about · “Getting the
the first time in the handi- regular gas in mid-February our continued reliance on the Work of Local Economic
TWO ENGLISH Bulldog Hurley!s Painting capped service’s 22-year to a high of $3.18 per gallon free enterprise system to help Development Done,”
puppies for adoption. Interior/Exterior Painting
history,” Gee said. of regular gas on Dec. 29, us address these challenges. moderated by Chris Ward,
AKC, home-raised, vacci- Reasonable prices. All This January, TARPS according to the web site The purpose of the UF Ed.D., associate professor of
nated & health guarantee. work guaranteed. Free es-
recorded 20,450 passenger ohiogasprices.com. Economic Summit is to business administration (11-
trips, exceeding the former TARTA’s 2010 total
timates. Call
allow our students, as well as 11:50 a.m.)
Contact me at
record of 19,977 passen- non-TARPS ridership was other students and members · “The State of Area
ger trips set in November 3,298,806, a reduction from of the greater community, Small Businesses and the
2010. 4,075,250 in 2009. to critically examine our Free Enterprise System,”
moderated by Jim Zellner,

marketing manager for
Findlay Publishing Co. (1-
1:50 p.m.)
· “The Free Enterprise
System and Health Care,”
moderated by Josephine
Kershaw, Ph.D., associate

professor health care
management (2-2:50 p.m.)
· “Future Prospects for
the Free Enterprise System,”
moderated by Paul Sears,
Ph.D., dean of the College of
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Lourdes professor Sunrise gymnasts compete at Battle of Champions

publishes fit textbook

SYLVANIA- Judi Nath,
PhD, professor of biology
and health sciences at
Lourdes College, is co-
author of Fundamentals
of Anatomy & Physiology
– 9th Edition, alongside
Frederic (“Ric”) H.
Martini, author of this
best-selling textbook
Released last month,
the 9th edition has been
substantially revised and
is regarded as the most
readable and visually
effective edition to Photo submitted
date. Published by the Photo submitted
Gymnasts from the Sunrise Gymnastics Academy recently competed in the
Benjamin-Cummings Dr. Judi Nath, professor at Lourdes College, recently Battle of Champions in Toledo. The team competed well and came away with many
Publishing Company, co-authored an anatomy and physiology book. This is top finishes.
the text is supported her fifth published book.
TOLEDO- Sunrise Jesslene O’Loughlin division, Alexa Troendle
by Practice Anatomy cycle. As soon as one Nath joined the Lourdes Gymnastics Academy’s placed second on vault. placed first on beam,
Lab™ (PAL™) 3.0 and publishes, I have to community in 1992. Her girls level 4-8 teams In the Level 4 Jr. C second on bars and third
MasteringA&P™ and begin work on another. It accomplishments include competed at the Battle of division, Lauren Parsil all around. Carleigh
includes new spotlight really is a never-ending serving as Chair of the Champions at the Seagate placed first all around Brown placed third on
figures integrating text process and I always Department of Biology & Center in January. The and first on all four vault and bars and Jaden
and visuals for easy have a ‘working copy’ Health Sciences (2001- Level 4 team finished individual events. Delaney Keckler placed second on
reading. sitting on my desktop. I 2003), developing a second and the Level 5 Dronebarger placed third beam.
This is the fifth am continually marking hybrid pharmacology team placed third. on bars and floor. In the Level 6 Jr. A
textbook Dr. Nath notes for corrections, course and opening In the Level 4 Jr. A In the Level 4 Jr. D division, Abbey Glancey
has authored or co- suggestions, additions, a cadaver lab on the division, Alexa Lajiness division, Nora Ayad placed second on vault.
authored. Her previous deletions and re- former Sandusky site of finished first all around, placed first on vault, In the Level 7 Jr. B.
texts include Anatomy organization for the next Lourdes. In addition to first on vault and floor and second on floor and division, Alexa Below
& Physiology – 2nd edition.” her teaching career, Dr. third on bars and beam. second all around. Erin placed second on floor
Edition, Fundamentals of Dr. Nath says the first Nath also dedicates time Jada Powers finished Mills placed second on and third all around.
Anatomy & Physiology book she wrote was in to the Human Anatomy second all around and first bars and third on vault and In the Level 8 Jr. A
– 8th Edition and Using fact decades before ever & Physiology Society, on bars and beam. Kyleigh beam. Brookelyn Duhmel division, Kyleigh Baird
Medical Terminology: Borowicz finished third placed first on bars. finished third on vault.
becoming a published where she has served as on vault. In the Level 4 Jr. E In the Level 8 Jr. D
A Practical Approach author. “I still have a member of the board of
and Visual Anatomy & In the Level 4 Jr. B. division, Cati Ide placed division, Jenifer Brown
two books that I wrote directors and as central
Physiology – 1st Edition on anatomy in the 5th regional director and
division, Mackenzie first on beam and second placed third all around.
which will be released Kauffman finished third on vault. In Prep Optional,
grade - apparently I was secretary. She received all around and third on bars In the Level 5 Jr. B Robye Hall placed third
in its final version this destined to enter biology her Bachelor’s and and beam. Kassie Scott division, Olivia placed on vault and bars and
April. and become an academic Master’s degrees from finished third on vault first all around and second Rose Kemmerling placed
Of her experience author!” Bowling Green State and bars, Login Williams on beam and floor. second on vault and third
serving as writer of An accomplished University and her Ph.D. placed third on vault and In the Level 5 Jr. A on floor.
academic texts she notes,
A Little Snow Fun
educator, award-winning from The University of
“Most of my books are teacher, and author, Dr. Toledo.
on a three-year revision

Sylvania Senior Softball League

getting ready for new season
Sylvania Senior Softball
League is getting ready to
throw out the pitch for its
fourth season. The league
holds games for the 58 and
older group on Tuesdays
and for the 50 and older
group on Thursdays. There
is a membership drive
going on now and it will
end on March 4. Games are
played at Pacesetter and the
participation fee is $55 per
person or $80 for anyone
wishing to play on both Taking time out friends labeled with their left to right are snowmen
Photo submitted
nights each week. Visit www. from classes, Stranahan PAWS indicia. PAWS is a creators Justus Windom,
Sylvania Senior Softball player Rob Boehme holds Elementary students school-wide model used Kalani Boykin, Cherice
sylvaniaseniorsoftball.com up two fingers for the number of out-of-the-park home
for more information or engage in a little snow time to encourage positive Chan, Ella Neugebauer,
runs he hit in 2010 softball action. The league will start on the playground, creating behavior choices in and out Ashley Draeger and Trevor
call Jerry Keefe at 419-699- up again soon and new members are encouraged to
1429. three new playground of the classroom. Pictured Warns.
Heninger graduates basic training
Force Airman Tyler J.
Heninger graduated from
basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base
in San Antonio, Texas.
The airman completed
an intensive, eight-week
program that included
training in military
discipline and studies,
Air Force core values,
physical fitness and basic
warfare principles and
skills. Photo submitted

Airmen who complete of Timothy Heninger

basic training earn four of Sylvania and Natalie
credits toward an associate Heninger of Toledo.
in applied science degree Heninger graduated
through the Community in 2006 from Northview
College of the Air Force. High School.
Heninger is the son

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