Fred LeFebvre and the Morning News

Fred LeFebvre and the Morning News

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August 3, 2020 7 min
Cheri Pastula from Columbia Gas spent some time this morning telling Fred about programs available to those customers who have fallen behind on their gas bills due to coronavirus setbacks. Simply calling Columbia Gas will set the ball in motion for you. 800-344-4077
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Ben Copley of the Zenobia Shriners talke with Fred about their very successful annual Sportsmen Raffle which is scheduled for later this year. Because of coronavirus concerns though the event will be virtual. You'll still have a chance to win some firearms or money but it will all be online. Here are the details
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Cory McVay wants to fill the seat left vacant by the suspension of Yvonne Harper of District 4. His letter of intent is impressive with a great high school career, business experience, and community experience. Listen to his interview with Fred.
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Dr Brehon Hall of Greater New Psalmist Church visits with Fred to talk about taking church into the neighborhood. How do you make a difference in the community if you aren't in the community. Bishop Hall talks about his upcoming programs to reach out the those in need. For more information click http://greaternpc.org/
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With the cancellation of the annual Maumee Summer Festival Mike Dibling and Todd Stanton put their heads together and came up with a cool new idea. Maumee Palooza TV! It's all the great local music you would normally see onstage at the festival only now on your laptop, tablet, and phone. The guys describe this unique event to Fred LeFebvre in this interview.
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Imagine being able to get your favorite pierogis and Polish dinners while never leaving your car! That's just what the Great Pierogi and Polish Favorites Drive Up is, and it's going to be in Toledo on July 26th. Listen for details in this interview with Tom Pruss and order today. Deadline is this week.
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Fred and John Gulch spoke about the 10th annual Andrew Gulch Memorial Golf Outing a fundraiser for MDA. Andrew passed away from complications of muscular dystrophy and his brother and mother currently deal with the disease. This golf outing yearly raises fund for services and research. To date over $125,000 has been raised. For further details visit http://gulchmemorial.com/
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It's a live concert, food trucks, skydiving exhibition, and pyrotechnics and fireworks to cap off the day. All with social distancing in mind. Reserve a spot for your car now, that's right your car! Just $35 per car, $50 per SUV or truck. Details at anthonydia.com with all proceeds going to the Dia family. Toledo Police officer Anthony Dia was killed in the line of duty on July 4th leaving behind a wife and two children.
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Fred spoke with Tyler George who is leading a Back The Blue March July 26 in Oregon, OH The march will start at 3 o'clock at the current Big Lots parking lot at the corner of Navarre/Coy. We will introduce the raffle ticket sales and have some speakers talk to spread our message. We will then be marching along Navarre down to 280 (covering the overpass). We will span the sidewalks on the sides of the road to make our presence k...
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The Lucas County Fair celebrates 162 years this year with some changes because of the coronavirus. There will still be rides, games, and fair food but there are some changes to events. Dennis Lange of the fair board joined Fred with the details
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Fred spoke with David Karmol today about what we can expect for the November general election this year. David Karmol the Chairman answers questions about early voting, absentee ballots, in-person voting options and the need for poll workers.
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Fred talks with Earl Mack about the loss of Officer Anthony Dia who was killed in the line of duty July 4. The Toledo Buffalo Soldiers held a solidarity ride and rally which drew a thousand people to the Safety Building on Sunday July 5. Earl talk about the importance of community engagement with the police.
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Steve Taylor of the Taylor Automotive Family spoke with Fred about Driven To Succeed. Steve announced the 5 student finalists who, along with their most influential teachers, will win a 2020 Hyundai Elantra on Wednesday July 1 at the Perrysburg location
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Fred had a chance to speak with founding member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group Chicago, Robert Lamm, about his newly released single. The song is called "Everything Is Gonna Work Out Fine" and is available everywhere for download and purchase. Fred and Robert spoke about the new single and Robert's success as a songwriter.
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Jackie Cummins of The Victory Center speaks with Fred about this year's Over The Edge event. You can register or donate at http://ote4victory.org/
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The National Association of Buffalo Soldiers and Troopers is holding a Ride For Justice nationwide this Sunday June 14. Locally the Toledo Buffalo Soldiers have invited motorcyclists from N'west Ohio to join their ride from Toledo to Napoleon, OH. Registration begins at 8a at 125 S Superior in Toledo with breakfast supplied. Food and music will be available at the end of the ride at Napoleon Harley-Davidson. Kickstands up at 1...
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Earl Mack is not only the President of The Toledo Buffalo Soldiers but also has 40 years in law enforcement in Ohio. Mack was former agent in charge of liquor control, did undercover work,was a member of the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force and Deputy Director of Ohio Homeland Security. In this podcast he reflects on the recent events in Minneapolis and across the country. Earl talks about his own experiences from his personal and la...
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Joaquin Cintron Vega and Coleena Ali of LMHA spoke with Fred on Thursday about the mission to provide housing for those needing help in our area. Besides the LMHA facilities already operating they are looking to the future. For information on LMHA use https://www.lucasmha.org/
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Megan Faykosh, a resident of Minneapolis, talks about her experience in the city that is ground zero for the George Floyd protests.
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Julian Mack, of CSRN, spoke with Fred about recent Toledo protests and a movement to enact change in the law enforcement community. They discussed the peaceful rallies, the lootings and destruction and the path out of this.
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