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Send us your photos! Have you taken pictures at any recent events in your Catholic community? Email catholicchronicle@toledodiocese.org for a chance to be featured in this online gallery or in the next print edition of the Catholic Chronicle! Be sure to send the highest quality version of your image and include your name, parish and any relevant information about when and where your photograph was taken.

Padua Center adds wheelchair ramp

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Tuesday, 12 May 2015 03:00
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A ribbon-cutting ceremony officially opened the new wheelchair ramp at The Padua Center in Toledo. Among those at the ceremony were Marsha Rivas, fourth from left, director of Equal Access Ministries, Tiffin Franciscan Sister Virginia Welsh, second from right, director of The Padua Center, and Jim Etzel, in wheelchair, who is a member of the Inclusive Catholic Education Council for the Diocese of Toledo. (Photo courtesy of Chris Harben)

A ribbon-cutting ceremony officially opened the new wheelchair ramp at The Padua Center in Toledo. Among those at the ceremony were Marsha Rivas, fourth from left, director of Equal Access Ministries, Tiffin Franciscan Sister Virginia Welsh, second from right, director of The Padua Center, and Jim Etzel, in wheelchair, who is a member of the Inclusive Catholic Education Council for the Diocese of Toledo. (Photo courtesy of Chris Harben)

Last Updated ( Monday, 11 May 2015 16:10 )
 

Lima student earns Exchange Club award

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Saturday, 09 May 2015 03:00
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Lima Central Catholic High School senior Tobe Dick, right, was given the Accepting the Challenge of Excellence Award by LCC alumnus Adam Stolly on behalf of the Lima Exchange Club. (Photo courtesy of Lima Central Catholic High School)

Lima Central Catholic High School senior Tobe Dick, right, was given the Accepting the Challenge of Excellence Award by LCC alumnus Adam Stolly on behalf of the Lima Exchange Club. (Photo courtesy of Lima Central Catholic High School)

Last Updated ( Thursday, 07 May 2015 15:52 )
 

Senior paints mural at Lima Central Catholic High School

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Thursday, 07 May 2015 03:00
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Lima Central Catholic High School senior Audrey Stemen signed the mural she created during Easter break today in an informal ceremony with her parents and LCC President Walt Klimaski present. The mural, located in the school's entrance hallway, required 37 hours to complete.  A time-lapse video of the painting can be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xG9KY_jmfaw#action=share. Audrey is planning to attend the Columbus (Ohio) College of Art and Design in the fall. (Photo courtesy of Lima Central Catholic High School)

 

Lima Central Catholic High School senior Audrey Stemen signed the mural she created during Easter break today in an informal ceremony with her parents and LCC President Walt Klimaski present. The mural, located in the school's entrance hallway, required 37 hours to complete.  A time-lapse video of the painting can be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xG9KY_jmfaw#action=share. Audrey is planning to attend the Columbus (Ohio) College of Art and Design in the fall. (Photo courtesy of Lima Central Catholic High School)

Lima Central Catholic High School senior Audrey Stemen signed the mural she created during Easter break today in an informal ceremony with her parents and LCC President Walt Klimaski present. The mural, located in the school's entrance hallway, required 37 hours to complete.  A time-lapse video of the painting can be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xG9KY_jmfaw#action=share. Audrey is planning to attend the Columbus (Ohio) College of Art and Design in the fall. (Photo courtesy of Lima Central Catholic High School)

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 06 May 2015 15:17 )
 

Immaculate Conception students donate $600 to CASA of Ottawa County

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Sunday, 26 April 2015 03:00
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Immaculate Conception students donate $600 to CASA of Ottawa County

Port Clinton Immaculate Conception principal Connie Snyder, left, and fifth-grader Marcella Brenner present Connie Cornett, executive director of CASA of Ottawa County,  with a check for $600. In conjunction with Right to Read Week, students participated in a penny war and jeans day to raise money for a charity. Jane Drusbacky’s fifth-grade class won the penny war and the privilege of choosing the charity for the donation. After a class discussion and learning about different organizations in the community, CASA of Ottawa County. Ms. Cornett , executive director of CASA of Ottawa County, visited the school to tell the students more about the job of a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA).  (Photo courtesy of Port Clinton Immaculate Conception)

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 22 April 2015 15:19 )
 

Sandusky St. Mary Central Catholic finishes successful season

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Tuesday, 07 April 2015 03:00
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Sandusky St. Mary Central Catholic Quiz Bowl Team

The Sandusky St. Mary Central Catholic academic challenge team completed its season by taking third place in the 2015 Firelands Challenge championship series March 10. The team also participated this season in the Academic Challenge show on Channel 5, WEWS, in Cleveland and finished third in the BGSU Holiday tournament at the Firelands campus. (Photo courtesy of Sandusky St. Mary Central Catholic)

Last Updated ( Monday, 06 April 2015 17:30 )
 
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