I’ve been working on the Lake Erie Bill of Rights (LEBOR) for about two years. I’ve gathered petitions regardless of temperature or weather conditions, in every social situation from massive parades to my local church. Over the course of these two years, I’ve gotten blisters, sunstroke, colds, frostbite, and heat exhaustion as a result of petitioning for extended periods of time.
If you ask the grassroots organization Toledoans for Safe Water, the answer is clear: Yes, and it is the best way to protect the people’s right to access safe and clean water and the Lake’s right to exist and flourish.
1 | Be a Dum-Dum Hey, we might like Dum-Dum’s, but we ain’t suckers. Celebrate over 110 years of family-owned business at the Spangler Store & Museum, the world headquarters of Dum-Dums. Take a tour of the factory of visit the museum. 400 N Portland St, Bryan. spanglercandy.com 2 | Rural relics Grab your camera,
Step outside, breathe in the fresh air, and explore our area’s Metropark trails to celebrate National Trail Day on Saturday, June 2.