The Padua Center
Announces the “Peaces” of Art Banquet
Mack and The Buffalo Solders will be honored at the Padua
Center’s “Peaces” of Art celebration on October 13, 2019,
from 5:00-800 at the Sullivan Center. The Buffalo Soldiers,
a motorcycle club, is a community service organization that
promotes safety especially for youth. They are frequent
guests are schools, clubs and are the hit of any parade.
The keynote speaker for the
event is Monsignor Michael Billian, pastor of St. Joseph
Church in Sylvania, Ohio. After the closing of St. Anthony
Parish in 2005, Msgr. Billian conceived the idea of starting
an outreach center in the former rectory. In 2006 The Padua
Center was begun. He has been instrumental in the formation
of the Center and presently serves on the Board of
highlight of the silent auction will be the auctioning of
two framed counted cross stitch pictures done by Kay
Shrewsbery. These pieces of work made of thousands of small
stitches reflect the cultural and ethnic riches of the
African American community. The silent auction will begin
at 5:00 p.m. Persons who are unable to attend and wish to
bid on these pieces can come to The Padua Center, 1416
Nebraska Ave and review the art work and place a silent bid.
Art work created by the children
of The Padua Center will be auctioned in the live auction.
Music will be provided by
“Straight Up” and a banquet will be served. Tickets and more
information are available by calling The Padua Center,
419-241-6465, or visiting the webpage:
If you go: Peaces of Art, a
silent and live auction to benefit the work of The Padua
Center, Sunday, October 13, 2019 from 5:00-8:00 at The
Sullivan Center, 2049 Parkside Blvd., Toledo, Ohio.