Feb 112016
Otterbein Rehab Facility Offers Home-Like Atmosphere

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — With comfy sofas, a large kitchen table and the smell of baked goods, 5076 Otterbein Way feels more like a large home than a rehab facility – and for good reason. While Otterbein Senior Lifestyle Choices has been around for 100 years, the “Small House … Big Difference” . . . Read More

Mar 132015
Senior Center Nutrition Program Marks First Anniversary

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Fresh food never tasted better at the Maumee Senior Center, according to executive director Malinda Ruble. To celebrate its one-year anniversary of preparing nutritious meals in-house, the center will host a special anniversary lunch. “We want people who aren’t aware of the center or our new lunch program . . . Read More

Oct 032014
Honor Flight Northwest Ohio Nears The End Of Its Run

BY AMY MANLEY | MIRROR REPORTER — Honor Flight Northwest Ohio shows no tired signs of an organization nearing its end. The massive, enthusiasm-fueled volunteer organization continues to surprise and delight the honored veterans it serves, most recently with a September 24 Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. Korean War Air Force veteran Dick Gladieux said, . . . Read More

Aug 012014
New Lunch Program At Maumee Senior Center Makes Mealtime Tastier

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — The Maumee Senior Center is serving up tasty meals cooked right on-site. Since March, kitchen manager and cook Wilma Rice has been preparing healthy meals for lunch, including salmon patties with creamed peas, meatloaf, casseroles, chicken potpies, pulled pork sandwiches and chef salads. “It’s just marvelous,” said Wesley . . . Read More

May 082014
Honor Flight Northwest Ohio Begins Final Season

BY AMY MANLEY | MIRROR REPORTER — Honor Flight Northwest Ohio completed its first flight of the 2014 season on April 30. Sixty-four veterans were on board, bringing the total number of veterans served to 1,730. Every flight is significant, but this 33rd flight was particularly poignant as it marks the beginning of the end. The organization . . . Read More