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Piping Industry Members Install Second Boiler at Collingwood Arts Center

Posted by Northwest Ohio Piping Industry

Nov 29, 2017 12:00:01 PM

It is never easy to go on stage and give a musical or theatrical performance.

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Topics: The Piping Industry Training Center, Toledo, GEM Inc., Volunteer, Northwest Ohio Piping Industry, Community Minded, Collingwood Arts Center, Industrial Power Systems

Kolebuck Kids Humanitarian Project

Posted by Northwest Ohio Piping Industry

Jun 22, 2017 4:08:00 PM

Members of the Northwest Ohio Piping Industry teamed up with other area building trades members and Feet on the Street, a non-profit organization affiliated with the Toledo Police Department to help two children recover from a horrific, life-changing situation.

The Toledo community was shocked to learn about a murder-suicide in August 2016, which took the life of one of Toledo's emergency dispatchers and left three children without their birthparents.

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Topics: Toledo, Volunteer, Community Minded, Kolebuck Kids Humanitarian Project, dispatcher, Feet on the Street

Piping Industry Volunteers Help Rebuild Homeless Shelter Kitchen

Posted by Northwest Ohio Piping Industry

Oct 30, 2015 11:16:02 AM

When deep funding cuts to Community Development Block Grants shuttered the kitchen at Toledo’s largest family homeless shelter, the community lost a valuable resource.  Today, thanks in part to the Northwest Ohio Piping Industry, Family House has a new kitchen and shelter residents no longer have to wonder where they will get their next meal.

With the capability to house 107 community members, Family House is Ohio’s second largest homeless shelter. Not being able to serve meals to residents presented a heartbreaking challenge to the shelter’s leadership. Without a kitchen, families only had access to a bin for refrigerated food and a locker for dry goods.

Family House plays an integral role in ensuring the health of Toledo’s homeless community by providing many families with their only source of nutritious food.  Located in an area of Toledo called a food desert, a spot where healthy, affordable food is difficult to obtain, most families at the shelter were forced to walk long distances to the nearest carryout for groceries, usually with young children in tow.

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Topics: Community Development Block Grants, Piping Industry, Toledo, Volunteer, Community Minded

Piping Industry Helps Open Toledo City Pools

Posted by Northwest Ohio Piping Industry

May 15, 2015 2:55:55 PM

For the second year in a row, the Northwest Ohio Piping Industry stepped up to the plate to help give Toledo residents a way to stay cool this summer.

When the Toledo city budget did not include any money to operate city pools this year, it was up to community leaders to find a way to keep these facilities open during the sweltering summer months. Thanks to donations from the Piping Industry and Northwest Ohio Building Trades, along with several local companies, six city pools will open on June 27: Willys, Roosevelt, Navarre, Pickford, Wilson and Jamie Farr. 

Donations came from ProMedica, which contributed $150,000; the Northwest Ohio Building Trades, $90,000; The Andersons, $75,000; Fifth Third Bank, $10,000; and Spartan Logistics, $5,000, Toledo Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson reported during a news conference at Willys Pool on Wednesday. 

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Topics: projects, Pool, Piping Industry, Toledo, Northwest Ohio, Volunteer, Community Minded

Piping Industry Volunteers Materials, Labor to Open Toledo's Wilson Pool

Posted by Northwest Ohio Piping Industry

Jun 18, 2014 4:30:00 PM

Members of the Piping Industry received accolades June 17 from Toledo city officials for the critical role they played in getting Wilson Pool in North Toledo ready for use this summer.

Funding shortages had threatened to keep the city pool closed, but members of the Piping Industry and other Northwest Ohio Building Trades volunteered their services and helped obtain needed equipment and materials to get the pool ready for use this summer.

Toledo City Council President Paula Hicks-Hudson held a news conference June 17 to celebrate the completion of the repairs at Wilson Pool. At the same event, Toledo Mayor D. Michael Collins said the work to renovate the pool was completed at only 25 percent of the originally estimated cost, thanks to the volunteer effort by city's building trades. 

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Topics: projects, Wilson Pool, Donation, Building Trades, Pool, Kuhlman Corporation, Toledo, Volunteer, Community Minded

Sylvania Area Family Services

Posted by Northwest Ohio Piping Industry

Nov 15, 2013 3:33:00 PM

In 2008, an expansion project for the Sylvania Area Family Services fell on some difficulttimes.

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Topics: Sylvania, Volunteer, Community Minded, Sylvania Area Family Services

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