Fred LeFebvre and the Morning News

Fred LeFebvre and the Morning News

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Amy Herr and her son Jacob have written a parody song called Quarantine about the coronavirus outbreak. Amy is an intervention specialist in the Fremont Schools working with special needs students, and Jacob who is autistic attends Terra where he's studying music. He's also in a band called Northern Star
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St. John's Jesuit HS will be holding a collection this week for Lucas Cty. Medical Operations and Promedica. Items will be accepted in a manner that is safe and in accordance with social distancing. Phil Skeldon spoke with Fred about the collection on Friday
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Both Sandy Spand and Bill Wersell checked in this morning with details about how local small business can apply for and access funds available for companies of less than 500. Money would be available almost immediately and goes directly to your account.
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JustinGodell talked with Fred this morning about how small businesses can access and apply for small businesses of under 500 employees. Funds are available now and are easy to access through the SBA government website or the Toledo Chamber of Commerce website
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Walk MS Toledo will be a virtual walk this year due to the restrictions of the Covid 19 restrictions. You can still fund raise and donate if you'd like and Jerry Pickering has a team you can access called Short Circuit-Deb Pickering at WalkMS.org
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Kimberlee Kristof of Back To Basics Massage Therapy talks with Fred about they are dealing with the covid 19 shutdowns and how they are reaching out to their customers and people in need of relief.
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Director Virgil Lupu of Forte Music School joined Fred today for a conversation about how the school is dealing with Covid 19 restrictions while still meeting the needs of their students. The school which holds lessons on voice, piano, percussion, strings etc etc has made the move online. Current students can continue their instruction and new students can also join the school.
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Maumee Mayor Richard Carr stops by the show to bestow a true "Maumee Welcome" on host Fred LeFebvre. Monday was declared Fred LeFebvre Day in Maumee and he got a city of Maumee official flag. Fred also spoke with the mayor about how the many small businesses in downtown Maumee are dealing with the Governor's Covid 19 guidelines, and what the city is doing to maintain services while keeping everyone safe.
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Robin Reese Exec Dir of Lucas County Children Services on April being Child Abuse Prevention Month and upcoming Wear Blue Day on April 8th. Robin and Fred talk about how LCCS is dealing with the stay at home directive when it comes to serving their clients. She reminds us about Wear Blue Day on April 8th and how you can become involved this year even from home.
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Tip Jar 419 is being launched on the GoFundMe platform. The Miller Diversified team has set up digital tip jars where users can leave tips for the wait staff of three different local restaurants: Barr’s Public House, Local Thyme, and Sunrise Skillet. If these fundraisers succeed,
Miller Diversified hopes to add campaigns in the future, as quickly as possible to bring relief to those in need at this time. Miller is celebrating 100 ye...

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Are you in need of a new roof? Are you struggling to make the cost of a new roof fit into your budget? Maumee Valley Habitat for Humanity (MVHFH) is seeking applicants for its Roof Replacement Initiative. As part of the Initiative, MVHFH partners with low to moderate income homeowners who need a new roof, and make the replacement affordable by charging only a portion of the overall cost of the roof based on the homeowner’s income. ...







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The Cocoon, a service for survivors of sexual and domestic violence, has had to cancel its' biggest fundraiser because of the covid-19 crisis. Fred spoke with Robin about the impact on the organization.
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Ly Eldridge of the Small Business Administration talks with Fred about the availability of disaster assistance to Ohio small business and private non-profits
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Barry Manilow has a new CD out called Night Songs II and Fred got the chance to talk with him about it and his continued residence on the Las Vegas strip.
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Sheena Marie Barnes, member of TPS School Board, talks about need for volunteers to help the effort to feed out of school children during this health crisis.
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March 20, 2020 7 min
Erin Moran Wiley of Willow Center on importance of mental health during the coronavirus crisis. With families in close quarters and stress from lost jobs it's more important than ever to be aware of your own mental health and relationships.
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Anna Kolin, Vice President, Regional Marketing Manager for Fifth Third Bank joins the show to talk the new deferral programs aimed at bringing to relief to those financially impacted by coronavirus.
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Todd James American Red Cross joins us to talk about blood supply shortages and drives coming up where you can help resupply!
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Heather Karns and Kurt Church spoke with Fred about the Toledo Rotary Club's Vocational Service commitee and their outreach and mentoring programs
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The Toledo Buffalo Soldiers and Off The Rails food truck are teaming up with community members to provide a healthy breakfast to kids who normally would have one at school or at the Wayman Palmer YMCA. With schools and The Y shut down for the time being we'll be taking the Off The Rails food truck to the neighborhood. If you'd like to donate you can do so by reaching Earl Mack at 419-536-7048
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