Fred LeFebvre and the Morning News

Fred LeFebvre and the Morning News

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July 22, 2021 13 min
Fred had a bad experience dealing with the folks from Social Security Administration when it came to Medicare/Medicaid so he decided to ask an expert. With over 20 years experience Scott Kerschner knows his stuff. And bonus, he didn't complain when Fred referred to him as Jeff.
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Laura Meinke stopped in and spoke with Fred about her campaign for Perrysburg School Board. Formerly on Genoa's Board she believes she can help Perrysburg move into the future.
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Dan Denton, union steward at Jeep, is also a poet and a writer. His new book is $100 A Week Motel and he stopped by to talk to Fred about that and his podcast.
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Jean Schoen of Cancer Connection has written three children's books about dealing with cancer. All three have now been awarded The Purple Dragonfly for excellence in children's books. She joined Fred to talk about her work with cancer patients.
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July 14, 2021 28 min
Jacob Spellis shares his amazing story of beating the odds and recovering from a rare form of cancer.
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Fred spoke with David Desser, candidate for Perrysburg school board, about his concerns over how the current board operates and his thoughts on Critical Race Theory.
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Matt Simpson spoke with Fred about the upcoming Cork & Pork event scheduled for August 24th. The annual event is a fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House. To get tickets now visit rmhctoledo.org
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Tiger great and Cy Young winner Denny McClain will be in Toledo Saturday and Sunday with memorabilia and memories. Denny is supporting the fundraising to bring the USA Patriot Amputee Softball Team to Toledo this August.
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Part 3 of Fred and Earl Mack speaking about Toledo street violence
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Fred and Earl Mack have a conversation about Toledo street violence. Part 2
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Earl Mack, President of Toledo Buffalo Soldiers and a law enforcement officer for 40 years, speaks with Fred about Toledo street violence. Part 1
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Montrice and Carleton continue their conversation with Fred about other programs in the neighborhood which are having a positive impact on young men and women.
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Montrice Terry and Carleton Mathis of City Park League speak with Fred about the program and how it's a positive influence on the community
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Fred spoke with William Kieffer about his new book, Military Career Transition, which seeks to help vets transition back into the civilian work world.
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Jon Gulch visits with Fred to talk about the annual Andrew Gulch Golf Outing which raises funds for Muscular Dystrophy research. This year's tourney is at Bedford Hills Golf Club on Saturday August 14th.
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Fred spoke with Montrice Terry and Carleton Mathis about the City Park League and other projects that are working to make the community better, and safer.
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Keith Jordan, publisher of Stalwart magazine, speaks with Fred about the June issue which focuses on fathers just in time for Father's Day.
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The City of Oregon wants to build an industrial park and the neighborhood isn't happy about the way they're going about buying the property. Beth Ackerman is fighting back and spoke with Fred about it.
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Love and Luggage is a program helping kids transition from foster care to emancipation life by providing much needed essentials. Listen to the conversation with Sarah Otis about how you can help.
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Ella-Lynn Dudek wants to bring her unique brand of cooking and attitude to TV but she needs your help. Eats With Ella is doing a Kickstarter to get a pilot shot so network execs can experience what we know to be true-Ella is a star!
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