Inaugural award winner

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Barbara Dysinger was honored this week as the inaugural winner of the Edwin L. Heminger Heroes Award, presented by the Findlay Rotary Club. Dysinger designated that her $2,000 award go to the Community Mental Health Fund at the Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation. Other nominees were Bill Ruse and Harold “Puck” Rowe. The winner was determined by voting at the Rotary Club’s website. Dysinger is a licensed professional counselor, a volunteer, and a Findlay school board member. She has served on numerous other boards. The Heminger award defines the qualities of a hero as leadership, perseverance, courage, caring, selflessness, humility, tolerance and passion. The award is named after the late Edwin Heminger, longtime editor and publisher of The Courier. (Photo provided)

Barbara Dysinger was honored this week as the inaugural winner of the Edwin L. Heminger Heroes Award, presented by the Findlay Rotary Club. Dysinger designated that her $2,000 award go to the Community Mental Health Fund at the Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation. Other nominees were Bill Ruse and Harold “Puck” Rowe. The winner was determined by voting at the Rotary Club’s website. Dysinger is a licensed professional counselor, a volunteer, and a Findlay school board member. She has served on numerous other boards. The Heminger award defines the qualities of a hero as leadership, perseverance, courage, caring, selflessness, humility, tolerance and passion. The award is named after the late Edwin Heminger, longtime editor and publisher of The Courier. (Photo provided)

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