On Saturday April 25, 2015 the North Baltimore Gleaner Arbor held a business meeting at McDonalds, making donations to the NB EMS and NB Area Historical Society.
The meeting started with Mark Ohashi, the Wood County Habitat for Humanity Executive Director, sharing an upcoming build that will occur in North Baltimore on George Street. Once the project timeline has been finalized the Arbor will assist with a few job-site meals.
Then, checks were presented to the N.B. EMS (Troy Bateson) by Arbor President Craig Swope and the NB Area Historical Society (Janice Emahiser and Pam Seiler) by secretary, Elaine Swope.
During the meeting the group voted to donate money to Project Hope, which has two location (16195 W. Poe Rd., Bowling Green and 6645 TR 215, Findlay, Ohio) http://www.projecthope-equinetherapy.com/ .
The next meeting will be held on Sunday May 3rd at the NB Library where Gleaner members will “Join Hands” with Klassy Kids 4-H and create stepping stones for the Memory Garden at Powell School as well as sun catchers for Briar Hill Health Campus.
Submitted by: Elaine Swope, Arbor Reporter