Katie Hominsky Conversation about MS and her COVID-19 challenges

Katie Hominsky Conversation about MS and her COVID-19 challenges


COVID Conversation with Krista Wasowski, Medina Health Commissioner

COVID Conversation with Krista Wasowski, Medina Health Commissioner

 


Covid Conversation with Janie Parish

Donna Beheydt had a conversation with CEO of Wadsworth Chamber of Commerce. View it here.

 

 


No Sew Masks

Check out my video on how to make a no sew mask.

 


COVID-19 Job Search

Looking for Work during these troubled times

If you are looking for work during COVID-19, the state of Ohio has compiled a list of Employers seeking employees. There are over 300 job openings listed for the Medina area.

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VoteVets Endorsement

Appreciation

It is so nice to have the endorsement of the VoteVets PAC. Donna is a proud Veteran, and appreciates service to country.

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Feeding Medina County Fund Raiser

Donna Beyhedt discusses Feeding Medina County needs during the Pandemic with Sandy Hinkle.

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Right to Work is Wrong for Ohio

Like so many families in Ohio, my family is made up of farmers, auto mechanics, coal miners, railroaders, factory workers, truck drivers, and labor and trade workers.  They lived through the decades of job losses caused by jobs moving outside the United States and by the introduction of technology.  Today our families struggle to keep up and stay employed with real living wages. This, I believe, is in direct relation to the decline in labor unions.

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Letter to Representative Hambley

Dear Representative Hambley,                                                                                                    

I urge you to vote The Ohio Fairness Act out of committee and to pass it into law, for the good of all Ohioan’s.

Growing up, my cousin was different than the rest of us girls. She didn’t want to play house, or dolls, or dress up. She preferred to hang and play with the boys and to dress like them. We didn’t know why, and our family chalked it up to “being a tomboy” and she would grow out of it. She didn’t and she suffered in silence not knowing why she felt different than her gender.  We didn’t know how to help back then, but we do now. We have the science to educate ourselves and the compassion needed to hear and understand their cries for help. I’m happy to say that today he has made the transition into the person he’s always seen in the mirror.

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