Maumee Watershed District
July 29, 2015
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Free Screening of Big Hero 6

Hayes Memorial Church is sponsoring a FREE movie night this Thursday, August 6 from 8:45 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. They will be showing the movie Big Hero 6 at the Creek Bend Farm Wilson Nature Center in Lindsay, OH.  For more information, please visit the MWD Events page by clicking: MWD Events - Free Movie Night.
Lakeside Chautaugua
The Fellowship of Local Pastors & Associate Members Retreat

The Fellowship of Local Pastors & Associate Members is holding a retreat at Lakeside Chautauqua on Sunday, August 23 through Wednesday, August 26.  This four-day retreat is a time of rest, renewal and reflection for pastors and their spouses. It is loosely structured for those who wish some activity or you can simply chill out. This is a great opportunity for our West Ohio Fellowship members to enjoy a few days apart for personal renewal or make connections. For additional info and registration info, see the MWD events page by clicking: MWD Events: Lakeside Chautauqua Retreat. 

Healing Weekend 2015: Let's RAP: Remembrance, Advocacy, Prevention

The West Ohio Aids Task Force is celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the WOC Healing Weekend, this August 21 -23 at Camp Widewater in Liberty Center, OH. The Healing Weekend is open to all people affected or living with HIV/AIDS as well as their partners, friends, families and caregivers. For more information or to register, please visit the MWD Events page by clicking: MWD Events - Healing Weekend.
Help Camp Sabroske


Camp Sabroske, located in Oak Harbor, OH has encountered a great deal of flooding and as result, had significant revenue loss.  They are seeking donations to help fund the cleanup and restoration of their beautiful campgrounds.  Due to the extensive mud water damage, they're currently only open for limited camping. If you'd like to donate, visit their funding site: You Caring.   If you would like more information, please visit the MWD news page by clicking: MWD news: Help Camp Sabroske

Seed Potatoes Help Feed Appalachia


When a family receives a ten-pound bag of potatoes, they may be able to eat them for a week or two. But when a family receives a bag of seed potatoes, they can raise their own crop, and then have food to eat for months.  The society of St. Andrew, who  takes pride in being committed to feeding America's hungry more efficiently and effectively than any other hunger relief organization, has written a blog post detailing exactly how they've done that using seed potatoes.  See the full blog post, linked here!

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