To build a stronger, more inclusive community, Toledo natives Jason and Kelli Daniels see four objectives for the professional workforce: leadership, influence, focus and talent, four values that make up the acronym L.I.F.T.
City Picks Pics: The Hunt for ‘Read’ October is running strong NOW. 1) Enter a pic of a Toledo City Paper reader and then 2) throw in a pic of a business or event you’ve learned about from the City Paper. Get creative. Get weird. Upload here or use #citypickspics on Instagram to enter!
Winner’s pics chosen weekly. Prizes are sweep-y… local eatery gift cards abound!
The Agnes Reynolds Jackson Fund is a nonprofit organization providing financial assistance to women seeking an abortion. Since its founding in 1992, the Fund has raised money for their mission, and now welcomes supporters to their Beers for Choice event.
Jupmode, the screen print company promoting the “You Will Do Better In Toledo” craze, will celebrate two years as part of the Village on Adams. Jupmode’s 2nd Anniversary Party will bring a crowd with a screen-print-your-own-tee shirt activity, 10% discount on all items in the store, pinball, tours of the building and a vintage photo booth to capture the memories. The first 25 visitors will receive a free swag bag of Jupmode apparel and more.
With the Toledo area renaissance in full swing, the City Paper salutes the progress of businesses, agencies and service providers that are transforming our region, beginning with the redevelopment of Downtown.