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Volunteering for All Ages: How 14 Toledo Girls Found a Way to Help Do Their Part During WWII

Posted about 28 days ago by Maddison S

The Girls' Activity Friendship Society, a club created by fourteen young girls from Glenwood School in 1943, is not only emblematic of the perseverance by all during the wartime effort, but it also can serve as inspiration to help the Toledo community during current and future hard times. Read more to learn about the GAFS as well as reading suggestions and local volunteer opportunities.

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Start Coding

Posted about 1 month ago by Kate M

From creating video games to designing web pages, from programming robots to developing apps, coding is the superpower you need. The Library introduces free software and classes to get you exploring this exciting field.

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