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Edna Fischer

Community Christmas Project Director

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Employment History

Chairperson

Delphos Christmas Community Fund


Community Christmas Project Coordinator

Delphos Christmas Community Fund


Chairperson

Delphos Community Christmas Project


Delphos Schools Nurse

Lifelong Learning Institute at Ohio State University at Lima


Chairwoman

Delphos Community Christmas Club


Web References(22 Total References)


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The season of giving kicked off Delphos Community Christmas Project Director Edna Fischer and First Financial Bank Banking Center Manager Stacy Youtsey announcing the availability of angels from the project's many angel trees in local bank lobbies.


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Brad Hohenbrink of Hohenbrink TV donated a check for $1,800 today to Edna Fischer, chairperson for the Delphos Christmas Community Fund.


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Delphos Community Christmas Project Coordinator Edna Fischer reported one local girl's dream of learning to play guitar was able to be fulfilled by the project.


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Edna Fischer, chairperson for the Delphos Community Christmas Project acknowledges it would not be possible to continue this 31-year project without the generosity and hard work given by those who volunteer to help.Requests for help are carefully screened to be sure they qualify.Shoppers volunteer their time to fill the requested items.And local high school students give of their time to deliver the Christmas goodies."We make a donation to the St. Vincent de Paul Society to prepare the food baskets.I rely on Ken Grothous from the Optimists to take care of the Angel Tree donations and the bicycles.And high school students from the Jefferson National Honor Society and St. John's Religion class will give their time on Dec. 20 to deliver all these items," Fischer said.The Christmas Project, which was founded 31 years ago by the late Marie Dorman, has grown in size and requests over the years.Fischer said there are 105 requests this year and some are from the elderly wishing for food baskets.Some individuals or organizations contact Fischer wanting to "adopt" a family for Christmas.She asks that those who haven't notified her of their intentions to contact her so there are no duplications of gifts.Those who still want to make a donation to the Delphos Community Christmas Project can still do so by sending it in care of General Delivery, Delphos, or by contacting Fischer.


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- Several Delphos residents, including retired Delphos Schools Nurse Edna Fischer, attend classes through the Lifelong Learning Institute at Ohio State University at Lima.Several Delphos residents, including retired Delphos Schools Nurse Edna Fischer, attend classes through the Lifelong Learning Institute at Ohio State University at Lima.Retired Delphos Schools Nurse Edna Fischer is discovering what one owl in Northwest Ohio had for dinner recently.It's not biology 101, it's Backyard Habitats, a course offered this spring by the Lifelong Learning Institute at Ohio State University - Lima Campus."This kind of stuff is fun to me," Fischer, 66, said after class."If you have gloves, you can do anything."Fischer, fellow school retirees Jacquie Fritz, 67, and Barb Moorhead, 60, and Vera Chiles have been traveling to the OSU - Lima Campus for classes geared to students 50 years of age and over for several years, and have yet to be disappointed."A friend of mine retired from teaching first and then I retired," Fischer said."We already all have something in common," Fischer said.


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