April 6, 2017 by Lisa
Students at the University of Toledo spent Saturday, March 25 giving back to the community recently in what is heralded as the institution’s annual ‘Big Event’. The event is a student-run community service project, and the largest such project at [Read more]
December 19, 2012 by Mark
November 19, 2012 by Mark
Thousands of spectators turned out for the 25th Annual Holiday Parade on Saturday, November 17. The annual parade kicked off at 10:00 am with Erik Kynard, who is an Olympic silver medalist, and [Read more]
October 18, 2012 by Mark
The Toledo Zoo will be holding the MaskZOOrade in just over a week’s time. The MaskZOOrade is an after-hours adult costume and dance party presented by KeyBank. Kroger and Health Care REIT are [Read more]
September 3, 2012 by Mark
Piston Automotive, LLC, an auto parts supplier based in Michigan, is looking at two different sites for the location of its new plant that is to be opening in [Read more]
August 13, 2012 by Sarah
A crowd of approximately 1,100 were thrilled by the Kelly Miller Circus which rolled into town on Thursday, August 9.
Ringmaster John Moss III, invited [Read more]
July 25, 2012 by James
Hickory Farms, a specialty food store famous for its gift baskets and boxes of snacks, is moving its base of operations from Maumee to Toledo. The company intends to move its current headquarters in [Read more]
June 19, 2012 by Mark
A new coffee shop, Black Kite Coffee, is expected to open its doors within the next few weeks in Toledo’s Old West End. The shop is located at 2499 Collingwood Boulevard and is owned by Kristen Kiser.
The idea for [Read more]
May 18, 2012 by Sarah
The annual “Spring Fling Senior Day”, held on Tuesday, May 15, included a performance by jazz legend Jon Hendricks. At 90 years old, Hendricks is known as the oldest jazz performer still active on the stage. Claiming to have been a local celebrity at the age of 10, it is doubtful that any performer can match Hendricks’ pedigree and longevity in the genre.
The annual Spring Fling Senior Day is put on by the Area Office on Aging. This year’s event was held at Sylvania’s Tam-o-Shanter from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm and, in addition to the jazzy entertainment, the four-hour event included demonstrations on flower arranging, fishing, painting, and wood carving. Giveaways and information about services and products for seniors were available from approximately 100 exhibitors.
At events such as the Senior Spring Fling, where exhibitions are present and businesses or service providers hand out information, a variety of printing services may be required. In addition to Banner Printing, many exhibitors may also require business card printing or stationery printing in order to hand these items out to those present at the event. Flyer printing, brochure printers, and other services are also likely to be used.
Justin Moore, who serves as the Area Office on Aging’s Vice President of Communications and Operations, stated that the event is planned each year based upon feedback from the previous year’s event. He said the annual event was designed to honor and celebrate senior citizens in the area and help them live quality lives.
April 2, 2012 by Mark