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SyLVaNIa- In 2009, Slvnitook Northwest Ohio b storm withits Bench Project “Sittin Prett inSlvni.” With the success of thebench project nd the need to keeprt nd rtists visible, the Slvni
Area Chamber of Commerce, City
of Slvni, Slvni Township
and the Sylvania Community ArtsCommission is unveiling “PottingPretty in Sylvania.” The Chamber
will plce 67 decorted wood ndcermic indoor/outdoor pots indowntown Slvni beginning onM 16 nd the will remin thereuntil M 23.Severl re rtisns, design-ers nd crftsmen designed such
notable pots as “Can you See the
Light,” “Growth Spurt,” “Sonic,”
“We Are on a Roll,” “Silly Circles”
nd “Midnight in the Grden.” Thepots will be vilble for viewingfrom M 16 nd  gl unveilingnnouncing the best of show judg-ing is scheduled on Thursd, M19. additionll, locl lndscpers
are designing oral creations for
some of the pots nd mn of thegrowers will be on hnd on M
19 from 4-8 p.m. with owers for
sle during the event.Severl Slvni schools, theirrt techers nd students were in-volved in the project. SlvniNorthview nd Southview, Tim-berstone Junior High School nd
Central, Highland, Hillview, Syl
-vn nd Whiteford ElementrSchools prticipted, s did St. Ur-sul acdem.People will be ble to vote fortheir fvorite pot rt until M 30nd the people’s choice wrd willbe nnounced in erl June. Thertistic merit wrds, juried bseverl locl rtists, will be givent  gl unveiling nd n uctionof n unsold pots will be done onM 19. awrds of $300, $200 nd
$100 will be given to rst, second
nd third plce in both the people’schoice nd rtistic merit ctego-ries.Mn of the pots will go onto permnent homes t locl busi-nesses nd residences fter M23. The proceeds from “PottingPrett in Slvni” re used to fundprogrms nd projects in the com-munit through grnts from the
Sylvania Area Chamber of Com
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The signicance of business
prticiption in  commemortivepublic outdoor rt project is  tre-mendous tribute to rtistic tlentnd will be  beutiful ddition tothe streets, business grounds ndresidentil res in Slvni. M- jor Sponsors of Potting Prett in
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St. Ursul acdem, Sonic Res-turnts, Kevin Hddd-SlvniTownship Trustee, Wlker FunerlHome nd Wingte Hotel.
Slvni re project “PottingPrett” unveils on M 16
SyLVaNIa- at
approximately 5:20 p.m.on May 7, ofcers from the
Slvni Police Divisionresponded to  cll of  mnwith  wepon cting irrtionlin  hllw to the SlvniGrdens aprtment complex,6632 Mplewood Drive.Upon contct with thesuspect in the doorw to his
apartment, the suspect ed
inside with  hndgun ndbrricded himself. SlvniMetro Specil Response Temws summoned to the scenessisted b Toledo PoliceSWaT, Toledo Bomb Squdnd Mumee SRT. Negotitionswith the suspect were ttemptedbut unsuccessful s the suspect
red upon ofcers. Chemical
gents were introduced to thesuspect’s prtment but werelso unsuccessful.During ttempted entr to
the apartment, the suspect redupon ofcers again and ofcersreturned re. The suspect was
discovered decesed insidethe prtment. The suspect’snme is being withheld until
notication of next of kin.BCI was requested to
invistigte the incident nd willbe the led genc.
Mn ded ftershootout with police
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SyLVaNIa- It ws tetime for ldies of ll gest the specil Mother’sD te t Sweet Sh-lom Te Room on ErieStreet in Slvni. Five-er-old Shelb Brndesws enjoing the spe-cil luncheon with hermom Ton, unt Lr-iss Ziesmer nd cousinLcie Lmond. In nother
room, 95-year-old Juanita
Hoppe ws sipping  vri-et of tes with her dugh-ter Monic Hrsnett, whows visiting from Indi-npolis.The theme for theweekend’s Mother’s Dcelebrtion ws Te nd
Comfort: A Pampering
Pr-Te, nd everthingon the menu ws mentto provide quiet content-ment. Those who ttend-ed one of two sittings onFrid nd Sturd wereseted t their specilplces, mrked b person-lized nme crds. a v-riet of tes, from BlckTes (Drjeeling, apricotnd Selh— te with or-nge nd sweet ginger),Oolong Te (Pomegrn-
ate), Green Teas (CitronGreen and Cherry Blos
-som) nd n Herbl In-fusion (ppropritelclled Mother’s Bouquet)were vilble during thecourse of the “afternoon
Bill of Fare.” Fresh ow
-ers on the serving trsnd lovel chin dishesnd cups set the tone.There ws no rush-ing during this mel, justplent of time for goodconverstion nd relx-tion, including the ser-vices of  msseuse, whovisited ech tble to givemini-shoulder mssges.It just isn’t te with-out scones, nd guestsweren’t disppointed.
Cream scones were rst
on the menu, followed b chicken nd dumplingsoup, nd then  selec-tion of te sndwiches,including bred nd but-ter sndwiches, cucum-ber, pimento cheese, nd bit of mcroni ndcheese. Fudge brownieswith chocolte gnchend old fshioned lemonbrs weren’t the dessert—tht ws pinepple upsidedown cke—but thewere equll delicious.Ton Brndes wscelebrting Mother’s
Day with her 5-year-old
dughter Shelb nd bothgreed it ws fun to stopon  bus Sturd ndrelx for  few hours.Shelb wsn’t sure shewould like the te, butshe ws looking forwrdto the dint foods thtwould be served.Mrs. Hrnsett ppreci-ted the slow pce of theluncheon. “I like the ideof eting slowl nd en- joing converstion. Mostof us, especill mothers,don’t hve tht luxurver often, so it ws niceto sit nd shre some timewith m mom.”as it turns out, the twooriginl owners of SweetShlom were mothers whowere bus rising childrenbut who found quiet timewhen the enjoed te to-gether. Through the ers,
Sara Velasquez and Chris
Kruse becme te enthusi-sts nd the opened theirown te room, in  housetht hd originll been smll frm house. The
use the three main oor
rooms for te prlors, hll,nd powder room, nd thelrge porch nd gzebore the perfect plce forenjoing te outdoors.a smll gift shop offersbooks bout the histor of te nd the correct w tomke te, nd  vriet of te-relted items.The women hvebrought in their husbnds(Bldemr Velsquez nd
Roger Kruse) and Chris’
son Ethn s prtners intothe business. Ethn’s wifeKriss nd Sr’s dugh-ter Elizbeth Julin re
the chefs, Chris’ daughter
Hether helps ever week,nd Grndm Kruse is thebookkeeper. It clerl is fmil business.Sweet Shlom is lo-cted t 8216 Erie Streetin Slvni. Reservtionsre required for the Fridnd Sturd tes nd cnbe mde b clling 419297-9919. Their websitewww.sweetshlomte-room.com offers plentof informtion bout thehistor of the building,the llure of te, s wells pricing nd prt infor-mtion.
Tea Time for Mothers Day
Juanita Hoppe shared Mother’s Day tea and treats with her daughter Monica Hars-nett.
It was Shelby Brandes’ rst grown-up tea party, and
she was careful with the beautiful teacup.
Serving a variety of teas, including a special blend for
Mother’s Day was LaRae Ransom.
Christine A. Holiday photos
 
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It started out as a day at theHolland Strawberry Festival.Love grew from 1975 to 1978 when they were waiting the Big Day, May 12, 1978. 33 yearslater... “STILL GROWING” Mom & Dad thank you bothfor showing us what true love isand showing us that a marriagetakes work, love and patience! Don’t ever change! We loveyou both more than you would ever know.“Enjoy your Big Day Together, You Both Deserve it!!” 
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A really interesting event iscoming up, and I want to tell youabout it.On May 18 Randy Brown,the curator of Wood CountyHistorical Center & Museum,will be presenting the program“Dating Through The Decades”.The presentation will be at 7 p.m. at Sylvania Heritage Center,5717 N. Main Street, hosted by the Sylvania Area HistoricalSociety. Now this is not about carbondating old relics. This will be anenjoyable look at dating ritualsand icons over the years. Most of us have a totally modern view of how to meet prospective matesand can’t even imagine theformality of calling cards (thatdoesn’t mean phone cards!). Wecan’t even wrap our heads aroundthe idea of chaperons and parentalsupervision of the Victorian-era.Even if we can identify with theincreased freedom of womenof the Depression, we womenof today wouldn’t dream of throwing on our flapper dresses,using the secret signal of threeknocks on the speak-easy door,and trying to meet men in theclandestine, smoky environmentof the forbidden watering hole.Oh wait, maybe some of that stillworks….We probably remember the1950s sock-hops and a handfulof poodle skirts might still residein a few Sylvania closets or attics. The drive-ins with their mayhem of socializing at thesnack bars are perhaps part of our personal history but we can’tdeny how social rituals havecertainly changed over the years.Those early days are a worldaway from modern-day speeddating and online dating sites.I remember as a teenager attending a youth group dancethat had a futuristic twist. We eachfilled out little questionnaireswhen we arrived, of personalcharacteristics and desirable traitsin a potential partner. Thingslike sense of humor, patience,intelligence, good looks, etc.The answers were recorded onlittle cards that were fed intosomething called a computer.Halfway through the evening,each of us was presented withour ‘match’ and the potentialof romance beckoned. Wegirls excitedly opened up our envelopes, nervously giggling aswe looked around for the dreamguy we now were supposed todance with.The name of my match wasunfamiliar to me, and uponmeeting him, I realized he had nodesired characteristics. I supposemine were not on his list either. Idon’t remember what happenedafter that, but now, looking back,I have a feeling the whole thingwas a hoax, a gimmick, justsomething to make the eveninga bit different. Come to think of it, back then, if there even wassuch a thing as a computer, itwould have taken up the whole building we were in. How couldthat dating service companyhave transported it to the event?Then again, maybe I hadwitnessed an early precursor tomodern online dating services.Perhaps, as a gangly, awkwardteenaged girl, I had been given aglimpse into the future. And thefuture is now!So come learn more aboutdating through the decades andhave a giggle or two! The meetingis free and open to the public andrefreshments will be served.For more info or questions visitwww.sylvaniahistory.org or call419-318-9632.
The Mating Game
Thinkingaboutyesterday
 
By SheilaPainter
SYLVANIA- Since itsinception in 1984, Lourdes’Theater Vision program has provided curriculum-basedtheater arts education to more thanhalf a million students throughoutthe region. Each season, a wideselection of performances is presented for school groups andthe public by professional touringcompanies that specialize inchildren’s theater.To date, Theater Vision has been exclusively housed inLourdes’ 850-seat FranciscanCenter Theatre. Beginning thisOctober, Season 27 of Theater Vision will be presented through anew partnership between Lourdesand the Valentine Theatre inToledo. Audience members will be able to see Theater Vision productions and experienceTheater Vision Days at theValentine Theatre as well as in theFranciscan Theatre.“We are very excited to partner with the Valentine Theatre, whichenjoys a great reputation for  presenting outstanding theater  programming in our area,” JuleHorn, Theater Vision director,said. “By providing two venuesfor our events, we will be ableto make professional theater for young people more accessibleto school groups and the general public.”The partnership allowsTheater Vision to presentapproximately 40% of its Season27 productions at the Valentine,with the remaining 60% in theFranciscan Center Theatre. Moreimportantly, some Theater Vision productions being presented atthe Valentine will offer specialSaturday matinees for the general public. Theater Vision’s Season27 line-up includes the followingshows:October 25 – 
ImaginOcean
– Franciscan Center Theatre November 2 & 3– 
We the People
– Franciscan Center Theatre November 7 – 
The Yellow Brick Road 
– Franciscan Center TheatreJanuary 13--
Skippyjon Jones
  – Franciscan Center TheatreJanuary 14 (Sat. matinee)
Skippyjon Jones
– ValentineTheatreJanuary 25 & 26 – 
Treasured  Eric Carle
– Franciscan Center TheatreFebruary 17 & 18 (Sat.matinee) – 
 Fancy Nancy
– Valentine TheatreFebruary 23 – 
Magic School  Bus
– Franciscan Center TheatreMarch 5 – 
 I Have a Dream:The Life and Times of Martin Luther King, Jr.
– FranciscanCenter TheatreMarch 28 – 
The Taming of theShrew
– Valentine TheatreApril 18 – 
Mufaro’s Beautiful  Daughters
– Valentine TheatreApril 20 & 21 (Sat. matinee) – 
 Rainbow Fish
– Valentine TheatreThe Valentine Theatre is a115-year-old 901-seat facilityoperated by the Toledo CulturalArts Center, Inc. After a 21-year effort by the Board of Trusteesand the community, the $28million renovation was unveiledon October 9, 1999. Since theGala re-opening, more than400,000 people have attended400 international, national andarea presentations. In its five and ahalf years of operation, the theatrehas been used by more than 32community groups includingthe Toledo Symphony, ToledoOpera, Toledo Ballet, Toledo JazzSociety, Masterworks Chorale,University of Toledo, CentralCatholic High School and St.John’s High School.Visit www.lourdes.edu/theater or call 419-824-3986 for the full Season 27 schedule andinformation on shows and tickets.
Lourdes, Valentine Theatreannounce new partnership
The skies were againaglow as Lourdes College presented the 11thannual“Luminations!” Honorarychairs Trent and Lori Smithfrom Toledo Edison/FirstEnergy joined Bob Helmer, president of Lourdes,and his wife, Linda, inwelcoming over 600guests to celebrate LourdesCollege and the performingarts.The evening includeda wonderful array of horsd’oeuvres from Michaelsand the sounds of the MaxxBand. Oohs and ahhs wereheard as guests admired thelighted floral centerpieces byBartz Viviano.Guests then were invitedinto the theater for the performances. Before the performances began, BobHelmer introduced guestOlga Boone, who celebratedher 102nd birthday this year.Her words of advice echoedthroughout the theater - “Bekind and love one another.And love life – it is such a precious thing.”Platinum sponsorswere Franciscan ServicesCorporation represented by CEO Jim Pope and Northwestern Mutualand Lourdes alumnus,Bruce Klinger. They wererecognized and thanked for their generous support.The Honorary Chairs for Luminations for the last 10years were also recognized:Geoff & Mary Lyden-True North/Lyden Company,George Matthews– Lourdes,Susan & Frazier Reams-Arts Council, Jim & KayMurray- Toledo Edison, John& Ann Meier- Libbey,Inc.,Tom & Betsy Brady-Plastic Technologies, John& Yolanda Szuch- FifthThird Bank, Mike & CarolAnderson- The Andersons,Al & Gerda Stroucken- O-I,Stephen & Kathy Guillard,HCR ManorCare.Chris Peterson, WTOL-TV, then introduced thefeatured performances: TheToledo Ballet, Toledo Opera,the Toledo Symphony andBroadway special guestMeredith Patterson– presented by Jim Findlay. Following the performances, guests sharedtheir enthusiastic review -“WOW! These were the best performances ever! We will be back next year!”A Silent Auction tantalizedguests with outstandingofferings, including a caseof wine from Bob & SueSavage’s wine cellar, a trip toDisney World, a trip to BoyneMountain a hand-blown glass bowl by Matt Paskiet anda beautiful watercolor byAaron Bivins. A highlight of the auction was the “Dinner with the President” that will be prepared by Bob Helmer,assisted by Linda Helmer andBob & Mary Arquette.A live scholarship auctionraised over $86,000 with Joeand Debbie Nachtrab and Billand Cathy Carroll leading off the bidding. An anonymousdonation of $10,000 wasmade in honor of Sr. AnnCarmen Barone, Lourdes’Vice President for Mission &Ministry, on the condition thatshe stand and be recognized.And, of course, she was happyto oblige! Oriana Orozco,a Lourdes College student,gave her heartfelt thanks andappreciation to guests for their generous support thathas helped her and her fellowstudents complete their education. Approximately$260,000 was netted for Lourdes’ students and their scholarships.Those attending included:John & Yolanda Szuch, Alan& Lisa Sattler, Randy &Barb Oostra, Lee & SusanHammerling, Faye & GladysDarah, Dick & Fran Anderson,Ernest & Carolina Enrique,Avinash & Hema Rachmale,Larry & Kathy Ulrich, Mike& Carol Anderson, JimFindlay & Pamela Schaefer,Dick & Kathy Faist, Frank &Sandy Viviano, Janis Foley,Keith & Susan Burwell, Joe& Carol Sharp, Joan Bayer,Tom & Nancy Kabat, KathyMagliochetti, Denny & SheilaJohnson, Barb & Tim Petee,Diane Ohns, Bob & PennyO’Brien, Paul & Carol Hood,Milo & Chrissie Danzeisen,Tony & Debbie Knight,Dick & Elizabeth LaValley,George & Maurine Glasser,Dave & Tracy Seeger,Wayne & Gayle Burrer,Mark Goodremont, AnnGalloway, Sandra Hylant,Jeannie Hylant, Richard &Loviah Aldinger, Marie Vogt,Bill Bostleman, Bill & LauraRudolph, Joe & AnnetteJensen, Joe Zerbey, Tom &Vicki Barlett, Brent & PamCousino, Kim & Vicki Davis,Peter & Deanne Douglas, ,Dr. George Baibak, Bruce& Marina Lung, Greg &Rose Geswein, Jennifer & Jon Steiner, George &Vicky Brymer, Matt &Donna Lewandowski, Geoff & Mary Lyden, Frazier &Susan Reams, Rod & JoanDurgin, Elaine Canning &Dan Kory, John & SarahBates, Scott Libbe, Rick &Denise Meadows, Bob &Sue Savage, Dave & HeidiWaterman, Buzz & MarthaMewhort, John & MaryFedderke, Bill & JeannieBuckley, John & ChrissieStockwell, Chad & MichelleTurner, Tom & MarleneUhler, John & Rachel Walsh,Tom & Ann Welly, Brian &Mary Kennedy
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 LUMINATIONS 
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Honorary chairs Trent and Lori Smith thank guestsas they arrive for the evening.President Helmer and wife Linda welcome mistress of ceremonies Chrys Peterson.
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