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'Keeping it Together' looks to help local couples

(Toledo News Now) -

Keeping It Together, a program of Toledo Area Ministries, is hosting a Couple’s Weekend Retreat for all couples who are engaged, interested in marriage, married or parenting partners.  

The retreat will take place at The Robinson Middle School 1075 Horace, Toledo, OH 43606 on Friday, June 21 from 6-9pm and Saturday, June 22 from 9am-12pm.

The event is free and includes childcare at the location of the event, food for you and your children, and free transportation if needed.

All couples should RSVP by Monday, June 17 to Kesha Jackson at 419-242-7401 ext. 150 or Avis Files at 419-242-7401 ext. 149.

For more information about Keeping It Together or Toledo Area Ministries, please visit www.tamohio.org or call 419-242-7401.

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