Saturday, November 1, 2014
4:30 – 6:30pm
Harvest Festival – Dunbar Gym and Backlot
Games and Prizes
Warrior Shop – spirit wear items
Extreme Face painting – Junior Class
Concessions – Senior Class fundraiser
Cakewalk – Music Department fundraiser – Parmelee Gym from 4:30-6:30pm
Tailgate Party with Grilling and Games – West Parking Lot at 6PM
Pigskin Classic – Grades 9-12 flag football tournament starts at 7PM
Emmanuel Christian School
4607 West Laskey Rd.
Toledo, OH 43623
Walk to End Veteran Homelessness
October 24th, 6 p.m.
Walk in the name of a veteran you would like to thank!
They Fought for us. Now We Fight for Them.
“He who gives when he is asked has waited too long.”— Lucius Annaeus Seneca Continue reading
2014-15 Board of Trustees
President of the board is Marianne Knitz. A Hillsdale resident, Mrs. Knitz is with Alignment Supplies located in Maumee.
Vice president is Maumee resident Amanda Geletka who is with Brooks Insurance. Secretary is Sylvania resident Elizabeth LaValley who is with LaValley, LaValley, Todak & Schaefer. Treasurer is Holland resident Rich Hoover who is with Libbey Glass. Past President is Grand Rapids resident Cari Jennings who is with Huntington Bank.
New to the board this year are Maumee resident Brady Fineske with TDC Companies; Maumee resident Laura McIntyre with Welles Bowen; and Holland resident Mary Pope with the Toledo Clinic.
Returning board members are Toledo resident Rusty Belcher (Cinemark); Waterville residents Ron Finn & Harvey Popovich MD (Physician Healthcare Consulting); Maumee resident Ann Frahn (Mercy St. Charles); Curtice resident Diana Skaff (Wells Fargo Advisors); Holland residents Nadine Furey (Caring for Kids) and Rev. Dan Zak; Sylvania resident Kate Kelly; and Whitehouse resident Kathy Lieser.
Heartbeat of Toledo is a pregnancy support center that has been in existence since 1971. Its mission is to be the best source of information and support to women facing unplanned pregnancies and to help moms, dads, and babies in need. Heartbeat offers free pregnancy tests and ultrasounds; options counseling; prenatal and parenting classes; and emergency assistance. Parents have the opportunity to earn free baby items for every class they complete. All services are free and confidential.
Heartbeat is located at 4041 W. Sylvania Ave., Suite LL4 in Toledo, across from Franklin Park Mall. It also has a satellite office named Your First Look, which is located at 101 Main St. in East Toledo.
The trailer can be seen at http://www.discoverzacryan.com,
“Life Changes Everything”
Date: Oct 3
Time: 8PM (approx 75 minutes long)
Cost: Free will offering
Location: 3510 Schneider Road Toledo, OH
$1 Kids movie will also be played in our fellowship hall.
Toledo, Ohio Emmanuel Christian School announces their “Bigs” vs. “Littles” soccer match scheduled to kick off at 2 p.m. on Thursday, October 2, 2014. Continue reading
Ex 33:18 And he said, I beseech thee, shew me thy glory. 19 And he said, I will make all my goodness pass before thee, and I will proclaim the name of the LORD before thee; and will be gracious to whom I will be gracious, and will shew mercy on whom I will shew mercy. Continue reading
Good Morning Everyone!
Welcome to another beautiful day in the neighborhood. And it’s beautiful because you’re my neighbor and you’re part of it.
Making the World A Better Place
Do you believe you can make the world a better place for everyone? Would you like to be able to? I believe it is possible. I believe it is easy to do. Continue reading
What Your Family Needs to Know at the End of Life
DATE: Sunday, September 21st
TIME: 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm
LOCATION: Christ the King parish center meeting room (4100 Harvest Lane, Toledo, OH 43623)
~ Understanding Catholic Ethics and Medical Treatment
~ Living Will and Power of Attorney for Health Care Decisions
~ When Treatment Becomes a Burden
~ Options for Organ Donation
Receive a FREE Diocesan Legacy Kit for all your important documents
Personal Funeral Planning
Create a Personalized Vigil Service, Funeral Mass, and Final Requests
Fr. Bill Rose, Pastor – Complete Guidelines for Liturgical Plans, Scripture, Songs
Ansburg West Funeral Directors – Navigating Our Final Choices, Writing the Obituary & Eulogy
Catholic Cemeteries – Understanding Catholic Burial Options
Do you like to sing?
Is there a performer hidden within you?
If you can answer “yes” to any of these questions, then, The Clarence Smith Community Chorus (CSCC) is for you! The chorus is presently looking for those persons who wish to further develop their musical interests and skills. The CSCC is a team of individuals who enjoy performing while challenging and strengthening their musical and artistic gifts.
The chorus specializes in the performance of Negro spirituals and is dedicated to its preservation as well as the performance of musical styles including classical, jazz, and Broadway. Its membership is diverse and comes from all walks of life. The CSCC is unified by their mutual love of great music and bringing it to life by way of stirring performances. Do something special for yourself and your community. Join today!
For interviews and further information, please contact Clarence Smith, (419) 534-2299 or visit us online at www.cscchorus.com. You may write to us at: Engagements@cscchorus.com