Steve Tobocman and Linda Alvarado: “We
welcome immigrants, refugees!”
Can the Midwest go from the Rust Belt to the Gold Belt?
By Kevin Milliken
Toledo-Lucas County officials are in the
process of developing a strategy to make Northwest Ohio a
more welcoming community for immigrants and refugees, much
like Michigan and other Ohio and Wolverine cities have done
over the past several years.
Michigan St. University to host Latino
E. Lansing: Michigan State University
will play host to a day-long summit on how to improve the
health and healthcare issues among Michigan’s Latino
population on Fri., March 21, 2014, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center.
BMV selects second winner of “What’s
on Your Plate?” contest
COLUMBUS, March 5,
Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) has selected its second
“What’s on Your Plate?” winner! As this quarter’s
winner, Diane Grimes, will be featured on the
BMV’s Web site, Facebook and Twitter pages. Diane will also
receive a decorative license plate with the personalization
of her choice.
Northwest Ohio Scholarship Fund
increases scholarship cap
March 3, 2014:
The Northwest Ohio Scholarship Fund, Inc.
(NOSF) has announced that it has increased its maximum
scholarship amount to $1,500 for the 2014-2015 school
year. NOSF awards need-based scholarships for students to
attend nonpublic schools or be homeschooled for kindergarten
through the 8th grade.
Pirates, Renegades and other
Scoundrels of the Maumee Valley
The Maumee Valley Heritage Corridor announces that it
will present a free public history program about some of the
colorful characters in regional history on March 19, 2014,
at 7pm at Oberhaus Park, in Napoleon, Ohio.
Abuelito Rico Pico
Canta Oompa Loompa
11 de marzo
--con amor de parte de nietas Rikki y Serenity