Braden now has a beautiful Memorial Garden, dedicated on October 11, 2015. If you would like to purchase a brick, selling for $50, to be added to the garden, please contact Yolanda Durden. The deadline to purchase is April 24, 2016 as bricks will be added to the garden in May 2016.
Lucas County Children's Services needs 400 families to provide temporary care of children. Make a difference in a child's life by becoming a foster parent. We'll provide the free training and resources you need along with on-going financial and other supports to help your family welcome a new member. Foster care informational meetings will be held at Braden UMC every second Thursday of each month from 11:00am-12:00pm- beginning March 10, 2016.
The Toledo Lucas County Public Library is hosting a series Teen Job Fair Workshops. The series includes:
Let The Words Speak For You Get help learning how to create a resume that stands out from the rest. Participants should bring a flash (USB) drive to save their workshop materials.
Interviewing 101 A big stumbling block for many teens is how to make a good impression at the job interview. Learn the basic elements of an interview and key tips for teens to help them impress employers.
I've got the job, now how do I keep it? You may be ready to look for that elusive job, but do you have the skills to keep it? Employers expect some of the same basic behaviors from their employees. Learn how you can be the kind of emplyee they want to keep.
On the second Tuesday of each month, from 9:30 am-11:00 am, the Braden United Methodist Men distribute food which is given to the church by the Seagate Food Bank. There are income verifications needed to be met in order to receive the free groceries. Anyone may sign up by calling the church office at 419-386-2700 Ext. 2