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The Rural-Urban Record

“Your Free Weekly Community Newspaper”
“Celebrating 62 Years of Community Service!”

Volume 63, No. 37 Columbia Station, Ohio March 12, 2018

Early Childhood Education students “Spirit of Freedom Brass” to perform free
host Pajama Drive concert at LCCC’s Hoke Theatre

and those of JVS staff were
invited to wear their paja-
mas for the evening for this
fun and meaningful event.
The children enjoyed
hearing numerous Dr. Se-
uss stories read aloud. They
were also treated to dinner
and participated in fun ac-
tivities and games.
The cost of the evening’s
event was simply a new pair
of pajamas that will be do-
nated to Neighborhood Al-
liance, to be used in their
emergency shelters.
Early Childhood Educa-
tion seniors Hailey Black-
burn from Keystone and
Brooke Bird from North
Ridgeville, shared what a U.S. Air Force Band of Flight, “Spirit of Freedom Brass,” will be at Hoke Theatre March 26
great success the event was. to perform a free concert.
“We collected 112 pairs of
new pajamas to donate to Lorain County Community College’s Stocker Arts Center will host a free concert by the
Brooke Bird and Hailey Blackburn display some PJs that Neighborhood Alliance. We U.S. Air Force Band of Flight, “Spirit of Freedom Brass,” in the Hoke Theatre at 7 p.m. on
were collected during their pajama drive. are so happy that this night Monday, March 26.
The Lorain County JVS recently hosted a Dr. Seuss was fun for everyone and “Spirit of Freedom Brass” is a performing ensemble of the U.S. Air Force Band of Flight,
Early Childhood Education Pajama Party. that our collection of paja- stationed at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton. A brassy blend of sound, style and
senior FCCLA (Family, Ca- Children in the Lorain mas will help others when humor make them an engaging ensemble for audiences of all kinds. With five brass players
reer and Community Lead- County JVS three and four they need it most,” said and drums, the group presents the finest musical elements of American culture in the New
ers of America) Chapter year-old preschool classes Bird. Orleans brass band tradition. In addition to performing for U.S. presidents, visiting heads
of state and the highest levels of military leadership, “Spirit of Freedom Brass” has given
WHS Drama Club members rehearse for performances and clinics at some of the nation’s leading universities and conservatories.
Founded in 1942, the group, formerly known as Wright Brass, is the oldest continually-op-
“The 25 Annual Putnum County Spelling Bee” erating band in the U.S. Air Force and serves to honor those who have served, inspire audi-
ences and connect the American people to the Air Force.
This concert is free. No tickets are needed. The theatre doors will open at 6:30 p.m.
For more information, or a season calendar, call the Stocker Box Office at (440) 366-
4040 or visit The box office is open Monday-Friday from 12-6 p.m.
Lorain County Community College is located at 1005 N. Abbe Road, in Elyria. Parking
on campus is free.
Healthy Outlook program attendees
learn about Food Safety

The North Ridgeville
Senior Center held the first
session in a series of the
Healthy Outlook program
on March 5. The subject
was “Food Safety for Older
Adults,” presented by Lau-
ra Studevant, Registered
Sanitarian of Lorain Coun-
ty Public Health. It covered
pathogens that cause food-
borne illness, taking care
of your food at home, cold
storage chart, food product
dating and tips on transport-
ing food safely.
Rehearsing “Chip’s Lament” from L-R: Alanna Begley (graduate), Alaine Bremke (fresh-
man), Jonathan Cwalina (senior), Rebekah Arcuri (junior), Ezra Ohly (senior) and Abbie The second in the series
Drake (senior). is “Nutritional Eating,” pre-
sented by Lea Goldsmith,
The Wellington High School Drama Club and Wellington Community Theater present Nutritionist and owner of
“The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.” The show dates are March 22-24 and Maximize Fitness, on Mon-
curtain time is 7 p.m; doors open at 6:30 p.m. The performance is at the Patricia Lindley day, March 12, from 1-2
Center for the Performing Arts, located at 627 N. Main St., in Wellington. Tickets are $10 p.m. Local seniors gathered for the first session in a series of the
at the door. Healthy Outlook program.

Community Directory Carlisle 10 Grafton 14 N. Ridgeville 12 Profile 15
Events Page
Grafton Twp. 16
Eaton 10 LaGrange 13 Churches 6 Classified 17

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March 10 March 11 March 23

Hop Into Spring Pasta Paradise Fundraiser IX Indoor Amusement Cleveland’s St. Patty’s Day Parade
Free Craft show. Get out and Includes a pasta buffet (Chick- Park
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businesses. You may even find Mild Italian Sausage with Penne fun with over 100 rides and Parade begins on Superior and E. 18th and travels down
a special gift for those Easter Pasta; Pasta Bolognese with attractions including the NEW Superior to Public Square
Baskets, or Graduation Pres- Meat Sauce), salad and bread, Wild Cat roller coaster. Plus,
ents, and do not forget the Italian dessert, and a glass of enjoy family-friendly shows St. Patrick’s Day occurs in observance of the death of St. Patrick, the patron saint
Dad’s. house wine or beer. Coffee, tea like the Sea Lion Splash Show, of Ireland. What began as a religious feast day in the 17th century has evolved
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35600 Detroit Rd able. $20 Tickets help benefit ants and Jungle Terry’s Travel- special foods, music, dancing, and a whole lot of green.
Avon the Lorain Historical Society. ing Zoo. Now till April 15.
9:00am - 3:00pm Jackalope Lakeside IX Center
Restaurant, One I-X Center Drive March 24 April 2 April 6-8
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Enjoy gathering sap, mak- 2:00pm - 6:00pm Grape Escape, Wine Dyngus Day Grimm’s Fairy Tales
ing syrup, and leading hikes Tasting by Gervasi A Polish tradition, Dyngus Day A two-act musical featuring
through the Sugarbush at Ma- March 24 Vineyard celebrates the end of the ob- three of Grimm’s most beloved
ple Grove Picnic Area. Guided Climb aboard for this two hour servance of Lent and the joy of fairy tales. Join us on our jour-
hikes leave the sugarhouse March 17 Avant-Garde Art & ride through the National Park, Easter. Celebrate Polish-Amer- ney to the Cassia where we
every 20 minutes. Every week- Craft Show where you will be served five ican culture, heritage and tra- meet twelve dancing princesses
end till March 18. Large show will feature artists wine tastings and small appetiz- ditions in any of 3 locations in on their quest to find adventure
Rocky River Nature Center, and crafters selling their original ers! Departing Akron Northside Cleveland - Tremont, Gordon and love. Meet our Prince and
24000 Valley Pkwy., handmade items. $3 to the pub- Station. Seating is assigned. Square & Ohio City. Fairies as they mount a daring
North Olmsted lic, children under 12 are free! Tickets range from $60 and Kishka’s Beer Heaven magical rescue to save Sleep-
11:00am - 4:00pm Plus a full concessions stand on higher. Tent ing Beauty from a fairy who has
Cuyahoga Valley Scenic
gone astray.
W. 58th & Detroit Rd.
site. A portion of proceeds will Railroad Cleveland Elyria Performing Arts
Refined Distilled benefit local non-profit, Prayers 27 Ridge Street, Akron 10:00am - 9:00pm 600 West Ave.,
Alcohol Festival from Maria. 7:30pm - 9:30pm Elyria
Emerald Event Center
Refined is an alcohol festival March 18 33040 Just Imagine Dr., schedule Show times 2pm & 7pm
that features alcohol made only Avon
in Ohio. Whether its beer, wine, Hammer-In
or alcohol Refined is designed At The Blacksmith Shop 10:00am - 5:00pm
to showcase some of the most We will start with a demo and March 31
amazing flavors in Ohio. Buy suggested project, then open Sweet Buns & Rolls
tickets online. forging will follow. You are wel- Spend an afternoon in our state Community Easter Egg
Market Square at come to come out and see what of the art bakery exploring the Hunt
Crocker Park we are about, or try your hand craft of baking sweet cinnamon Bring the family and come
239 Market St., Westlake at moving some metal. Lunch and fruit rolls, and then put your enjoy this FREE Easter Egg
4:00pm - 10:00pm is pot-luck so bring a dish to skill to work creating your own Hunt! Complimentary refresh- share. Hosted by the Lagrange with cream cheese and fruit ments, games and activities for
Engine Club. frostings and glazes. $30 the kids, giveaways, and time

March 11 Lorain Fair Grounds LCCC specific egg hunts for different Advertise Your Event!
ages! Don’t forget your basket
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Blueberry Pancakes, Sausage, Adult Swim: Whiskey & plane (weather permitting). • Description of Event
Scrambled Eggs, Coffee and Hinckley Buzzard Mill Stream Park (Includes up to 25 Words)
Juice. All profits made will go Sunday Bourbon Tasting Maple Street
to Valley City Fire Department. See buzzards (turkey vultures) Sip while you take a dip into Valley City • Date
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life without getting wet. Mix 10:45am - 12:30pm
and Children. cliffs and ledges in Hinckley. • Time
Valley City Fire Dept. The event includes an early bird and mingle among the sharks, • Website (if needed)
at one-of-a-kind tasting events. April 1
6700 Center Rd., hike; skits, songs and stories, stingrays and sea cucumbers
Valley City displays, crafts, photos, con- $40 buy tickets online. • There is a cost to advertise
8:30am - 1:00pm tests and additional hikes.. Cleveland Aquarium • Restrictions apply to certain events,
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totaled $39,882.11. Correspondence was read. It was learned have a suggestion, question Follow me on
that there are 2 inch gas lines going in on Akins and S. West or comment, please feel free twitter @graigbansek.
River (south of Akins) starting March 12. Charter Communi- to call me at (440) 236-5008 #onceaRaider
Julie Petras cations (for Spectrum) sent its quarterly cable payment to the or email bansekg@colum-
Township of $19,814.42.
email: [email protected] Department Reports Columbia Historical Society
The incident report for Columbia was sent from the Sher-
The Columbia Historical Society will meet on Tuesday,
CHS Guidance - Attention Seniors iff’s office. There was a deputy present at the meeting to answer March 13, in the Town Hall at 7 p.m. for the social followed
questions. The Deputy mentioned that there are many telephone
The following local scholarships are available in the CHS scams occurring in Columbia right now. If you receive a phone by the program at 7:30 p.m. Columbia Town Hall is located at
Guidance Office for seniors to pick up. Scholarship applica- call to pay a fine for a relative in a jail or a fine for not appearing 25496 Royalton Road (Rt. 82). Parking is available on West
tions are due in the CHS Guidance Office by 3 p.m. on Tuesday, for jury duty or any other story, do not send any money. Hang up. River Road, behind the Baptist Church. We have been looking
March 20. Please see Mrs. Hechko for applications. The Co- It is a scam. IRS or Law Enforcement does not operate that way. into the rich history of our township and how it affected lives
lumbia Endowment Scholarship is available on the Columbia The Zoning Inspector reported 2 permits issued between then and now. We will be looking at the greenhouse industry
High School website. Feb. 18 - March 2. Violation letters were sent to a resi- of Columbia. If you owned one or worked in one, come to the
Scholarships available: Columbia Athletic Boosters, dent on Dupont and a resident on Fremont. No action was meeting on March 13 and share your history!
CLEA, Columbia Firemen, Columbia PTA, Columbia Eagles taken by either resident. They will be invited to come to a Columbia Library events
and LifeShare. Trustee Meeting and explain their lack of action. The Zon-
Columbia K-8 lunch menu ing Commission met on March 1 with only three mem- from 6-7 p.m. Nothing says you care more than a personally
Spring Card Making for Grown Ups - Tuesday, March 13,
bers present. The next meeting will be on April 5, at 6:30
Week of March 19-23: p.m. The January 22 meeting of the Board of Zoning handcrafted card. Come join us as we complete three different
Monday: Breakfast - WG cinnamon roll; Lunch - Choice Appeals continued to March 6 is postponed until further notice. and unique cards with a spring flavor that you’ll take home mail
of French toast and sausage, bologna and cheese sandwich or The Road-Service Director reported all equipment up and ready. Supplies provided.
peppi salad w/roll, with hash brown potato and cherry crisp. running. The work on the Mack Truck has been completed. After School Specials - Wednesday, March 14, from 2:30-4
Tuesday: Breakfast - French toast sticks; Lunch - Choice of The crew has been busy patching roads or plowing when snow p.m. Teens, stop in and enjoy a movie or TV show. Snacks will
chicken and pasta alfredo w/wg roll, bologna and cheese sand- shows up. The Fire Chief reported 35 on file, 33 on call, 29 be provided.
wich or peppi salad w/roll, with green beans and peaches. fire calls to date and 121 EMS calls. There were 10 mutual aid Knitting Club - Thursday, March 15, from 12-4 p.m. Are
Wednesday: Breakfast - Dutch waffle; Lunch - Choice of assists and 3 mutual aid requests. Transport billing for Feb- you a knitter or crocheter? Join us every Thursday anytime
chicken patty on WG bun, bologna and cheese sandwich or ruary brought in $13,287.27, bringing the total for the year to during this session. Preregistration not required.
St. Patrick’s Day Family Fun Open House - Saturday,
peppi salad w/roll, with vegetarian baked beans and pineapple. $29,296.61. During the recent power outage, the generator at March 17, from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Join us for games, crafts,
Thursday: Breakfast - Breakfast pizza; Lunch - Choice of the fire station had problems shorting out. The Chief is going to snacks and a leaping leprechaun good time.
orange chicken w/fried rice, bologna and cheese sandwich or look into service for the system. Mark your calendar now for the The Basics: Memory Loss, Dementia & Alzheimer’s Dis-
peppi salad w/roll, with broccoli and mixed fruit. Annual Pancake Breakfast on March 25, Palm Sunday. There ease - Monday, March 19, from 1-2 p.m. This program, pre-
Friday: Breakfast - mini Eggo pancakes; Lunch - Choice of will also be a blood drive. The Chief is encouraging donors to sented by the Alzheimer’s Association, is designed to provide
pizza, bologna and cheese sandwich or peppi salad w/roll, with preregister. Rita you with the basic information that everyone needs to know
corn and applesauce. Fruit and veggie bar available daily. Plata gave the cemetery report; $400 was received for burials about memory loss issues and what they mean for all of us.
and $850 was received for the sale of graves. Cookbook Discussion - The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook, by
Old Business Deb Perelman - Thursday, March 22, from - 6-7 p.m. Adults,
Columbia Trustees Meeting Ridge or Riverside Golf Course. The Trustees are planning to if you love to read, cook and share recipes, this is the group for
There is no new information on the Estates of Columbia
schedule a workshop meeting with the Fire Chief to discuss you. Bring a dish from the selected author’s cookbook and talk
about your experience in the kitchen. Copies of the book are
ambulance billing. available at the library.
The Columbia Township Board of Trustees met on March 5 New Business Adult Book Discussion - Rules of Civility, by Amor Towles
in the Town Hall with all three trustees present and the Fiscal The Trustees voted to approve an expenditure of $1,880 for - Monday, March 26, at 1 p.m. Copies of the book are available
Officer, Jackie Ramsey. The Trustees voted to accept the Feb. a pavement removal bucket for the backhoe. The Trustees also at the library. New members are welcome.
20 minutes as amended. The Trustees voted to pay the bills and voted to approve the firemen’s expense to attend the FDIC Con- The Columbia Library is located at 13824 W. River Road
payroll. The bills amounted to $14,874.12 and payroll amount- ference, not to exceed $150 per diem. North. For more information, call (440) 236-8751.
ed to $33,928.51, bringing the total to $48,802.63; the receipts Committee Reports
Mr. Cunningham reported that the Lorain County Town- COLUMBIA NEWS CONTINUED ON PAGE 7
Four Keys Restaurant ship Association will meet on March 15 in Elyria Twp. Mr. 4th Annual
Heidecker reported that the Southwest General Hospital Board

will meet again on March 28 and NOTA will meet on May 31
in Ashtabula County. Mr. Musto reported that the Township is Vendor & Craft Fair
Join Us for Dinner!
looking into ways to use the stormwater fee money for projects
in the township. There was nothing to report on Stormwater Saturday, March 24,
Phase II , LCCA or NOPEC.
There were no Fiscal Officer’s Financial Requests. After from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
~Corned Beef & Swiss Community Input, the meeting was adjourned. The next regular
Omelet for Breakfast meeting will be on Monday, March 19, at 7 p.m. in the Town Columbia Middle School
~Corned Beef & Cabbage Hall. 13646 West River Road
Dinner Columbia Station
~Hot Corned Beef Sandwich
Like us on The next edition of our families are able to spend Hosted by Columbia Class of 2018 After Prom
Facebook Lent Specials! CLSD’s tri annual newsletter, quality time together, enjoy
for Daily Raider Reflections, is an in- a family cooked meal, have Over 35 Different Vendors
Specials sert in this week’s Rural-Ur- fun times at a local recreation and Crafters
Perch Fish Fry Every Friday! $7.99 ban Record. Please take time spot or just relax, order in and Admission 1
play a game. We have part-
to read the awesome happen-
All-You-Can-Eat $9.99 ings in our schools! nered with several local busi-
nesses to provide discounts
Columbia Local Schools
Add the New Salad Bar for only $3.99 will celebrate its next “Fam- on this night. Please visit our • Hourly Performances
by Elie Magic
website for more information
ily Night” on Wednesday,
Delivery and Carryout available March 14. There will be no and the flyer. Thank you to • Food Concessions
homework, activities or prac-
Four Keys Restaurant, Boot-
34501 E Royalton Rd. Columbia Station 440-236-8688 tices on this night, only fam- leggers, Arena 51 Laser Tag,
Mon-Sat 6am-8pm & Sun 6am-4pm ily time. We are hoping that Angelina’s Pizza and The De- Proceeds benefit the Class of 2018 After Prom
pot at Union Station!
The next Citizen’s for
Schools levy meeting will
take place on Monday, March
12, at 7 p.m. at CHS, in the
Columbia Community Foun-
dation Media Center. If you
are interested in placing a
sign in your yard, please con-
tact my office at 236-5008 or
send me an email with your
information. Signs will be
placed at the end of the first
week of April. Thank you for
your continued support of
I am pleased to announce
Carpentry Limited that Mrs. Carlene Pullman
has been selected as the re-
cipient of our January 2018
Raider Nation Excellence
Award. Mrs. Pullman works
at Columbia High School.
Also nominated for this
month’s award were Trans-
portation Supervisor Al
Cantrell and School Nurse
Malinda Killiany. Thank you Hosanna Lutheran Church
for going above and beyond 13485 W. River Rd., Columbia Station
for our students! If you are
interested in nominating a Classes on Tuesdays at 7pm
staff member, please visit our
website. April 3 - May 29
We are always looking For class information call 440-236-8900
to improve the quality of • Fredericksburg, Ohio 44627 the school district and the
services we provide. If you

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Methodist Church, located at the corner of Grafton Road and Rev. John Bodo
Butternut Ridge. All children are welcome! Girl Scout Sunday is an event celebrated across the United - Associate Pastor
Pierogi Lunches States. It is a day for girls in scouting to visit and take part 440-236-8600
in other religious services with their families along. Lifespring
Community Church, in Valley City, looks forward each year to
St. Mary Parish Elyria is once again offering their pierogi putting on a program designed around the scouting promise.
lunches on the Fridays of Lent. Lunches are being served in the This year, the church was packed with girls from the Columbia,
parish hall from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. through March 23. The $6 Grafton, Buckeye and Brunswick service units and we even had NORTH
meal consists of 5 Sophie’s Choice pierogis, onions and sour girls travel as far as Wellington to join us. Pastor John spoke on EATON
cream, salad, applesauce, roll and a beverage. Take-out orders the value of serving others, then shared a slide show of the out- CHRISTIAN
can be placed by calling (440) 323-5539. ings that each troop submitted. Girls who earn their God and CHURCH
Easter Hungarian Sausage Sale Me pins are recognized each year at this special service. This Rt. 82 & 83
year, we had three girls from the Columbia troop recognized.
Community of Faith U.C.C., located at 9715 East River Rd., After the girls retired the flags, they joined the congregation 440-748-2230
in Elyria, is having an Easter Hungarian Sausage Sale on Satur- for a reception and even took part in some service work at the
day, March 24, from 1-4 p.m. The sausage is $6 per pound and church. Lifespring wishes to thank the girls who donated food Worship Services
available in one and two pound packages. To place an order, to the food bank at the church. We greatly appreciate your ser-
call (440) 309-6828, (440) 328-7534, (440) 366-4651, or the vice and hope to see you again before next year. 8:00am & 9:30am
church office at (440) 322-3781. Orders are accepted through Healing Hearts Sunday School
March 19. Please specify package size when placing your or- 10:45am
der. Healing Hearts is a non-denominational social group for Polly Tallos
Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner widows and widowers. Members enjoy a variety of events and Christian Ed. & Youth Director COLUMBIA UNITED
opportunities to meet and socialize with new people in simi-
Rev. David Chafin
lar circumstances. They welcome new members from all area Interim Minister METHODIST
Litchfield United Church of Christ’s Corned Beef and Cab- communities and adults of all ages. Their regular meetings are
bage Dinner will be held Thursday, March 15, from 5-7 p.m. on the third Wednesday of each month. CHURCH
Carry out orders are available at 4:30 p.m. Please call (330) They meet at the Brunswick Library, located at 3649 Center Worship Service
723-3051 to place a carry out order. Adults/$8.50 kids/$2.50 11 Road. Meeting times vary. Please contact Connie at (440) 526- 10:30 a.m.
years and younger. The church is located at 3928 Avon Lake 5495 for details. Sunday School
Road, in Litchfield. Their remaining meeting schedule for the first half of 2018 St. Elizabeth during Worship Service
GriefShare is as follows: March 21, from 1:30-3:30 p.m.; April 18, from Ann Seton COLUMBIA STATION, OHIO
1-3 p.m.; May 16, from 1-3 p.m.; and June 20, from 1-3 p.m.
GriefShare is a faith based support group for those who Catholic Parish Pastor Matt Merriman
25801 Royalton Rd.
have lost a loved one. We offer support, comfort and guidance Lenten Pierogi & Strudel Sale Columbia Station, OH 236-8822
through shared experiences, providing encouragement and Sacrament of Reconciliation
hope for joy in the future. Bring a friend if you prefer. For more The final order for the Lenten Pierogi Sale at St. Elizabeth Sat., 4 p.m.- 4:30 p.m. [email protected]
information or to register, contact Pastor Dominic Verdell at Ann Seton Church, located at 25801 Royalton Road, in Co- Anytime by Appointment
(440) 236-8282 or visit to sign up. lumbia Station, needs to be called in by Monday, March 19, for Weekend Masses
GriefShare is held at Christ Church, located at 23080 Royal- pick up on Thursday, March 22. Pick up times are 2-6:30 p.m. Sat. 5 p.m.
ton Road, in Columbia Station, (Rt. 82 at Marks Rd.), on Tues- The pierogies are sold by the dozen only and have the follow- Sun. 8 & 11 a.m. Church of Christ
day evenings, from 6:30-8 p.m. or Tuesday mornings, from 10- ing fillings: potato, potato/cheese, sauerkraut, ricotta cheese, 440-236-5095 Sunday Bible Study 9:30 am
11:30 a.m., now through May 15. prune, cabbage and apple. The strudel flavors are apple, blue- Sunday Worship 10:30 am & 5 pm
Divorce Care Seminars berry, cheese and cherry. Pierogies are $9 per dozen and strudel United Church of God Wednesday Bible Study 7 pm
strips are $5 each. Forms can be found in the entrance way of
211 Forest St., LaGrange
the church, or you may fax your order to the office at (440) 236- 12981 Grafton Rd. 440-355-6872
DivorceCare is a national support group that meets weekly in 5804. Orders can also be called in to (440) 236-5095, between Grafton, Oh 44044
Lorain County. It is a warm, caring environment where people 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m.
learn how to deal with the hurt caused by separation or divorce. Sabbath Services
Saturdays at 12:30 pm
The group understands how attendees feel because they all have Mark’s Gospel Live!
been in the same place. Participants are welcome to begin at-
tending the DivorceCare group at any point. Each session is On Thursday, March 15, at 7 p.m. at St. Jude Church, lo-
“self-contained” so there is no need to attend in sequence. At- cated at 590 Poplar Street, in Elyria, will be a program called GRAFTON UNITED
tendees will be able to pick up any missed sessions in the next “Mark’s Gospel Live!” Experience the entire Gospel of St. METHODIST CHURCH
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323-4644 or register at The and actor Rev. Joseph Morris. This is not a reading or talk, but a “Your Family Church”
group meets at the Church of the Open Door, located at 43275 dynamic proclamation of an ancient story about God’s healing 8:45am Sunday School
10:00am Worship
Telegraph Road, in Elyria. love. Pastors from the UK, Canada and the USA have called 10:35am Children’s Church
Bible and Brew this performance “mesmerizing,” “powerful” and “a profound Rev. Bob Kuntz, Pastor
experience.”Admission: Free-will offering.
Bible and Brew, a casual conversation about God, faith and Our Lady Queen of Peace
scripture, will meet weekly on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at Forts
Tavern in downtown Wellington. This event is presented by Catholic Church
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CHS Students of the Month On Saturday, March 24, at 12 p.m., the Columbia Commu- In Loving Memory
nity Easter Egg Hunt will be held at Columbia Community
Park. This fun-filled event is for children 3-12 years of age. The Marilyn Y. Fetchet
hunt will be highlighted by a visit from the Easter Bunny him-
self. The Community Easter Egg Hunt is sponsored by Clear-
view Church, Columbia Baptist, Columbia United Methodist Marilyn Y. Fetchet (nee Brobst), 88,
Church, Hosanna Lutheran, New Life Wesleyan and SEAS. of Columbia Station, passed away
This event is open to all and is free of charge. peacefully, surrounded by her family on
Saturday March 3, 2018 at the Jacobs
Sheriff’s Blotter Cleveland Clinic Pavilion in Avon.
The following is the Lorain County Sheriff’s Dept. Incident Re- She was born May 22, 1929 in Kansas
City, Kansas and had been a resident
port for Columbia Township for January/February. of Columbia Station for 53 years. She
January 29 - Civil Matter on Osborne Rd.; Alarm on Land- attended Kent State University. For
ing Ln.; Follow-up Investigation on Dupont Ave.; Harassment on 28 years, Mrs. Fetchet was the branch
Hawke Rd.; Domestic Violence/Dispute on Sprague Rd. manager and librarian at the Columbia
January 30 - Warrant on Westwood Ave.; Alarm on Akins Rd.;
Traffic Stop on Royalton Rd./East River Rd.; Follow-up Investiga- Station Library. She was a dog lover
tion on Royalton Rd.; 2 Traffic Stops on Royalton Rd./East Riv- and was involved with the AKC. For many years, she raised
er Rd.; Follow-up Investigation on Royalton Rd.; Harassment and showed dogs of various breeds. Mrs. Fetchet was a former
Amber Caldwell Gregory Grzywna on Sprague Rd.; Assist Ambulance on Sprague Rd. member of the Lorain County Mental Health Board, a former
January 31: Alarm on Crokers Landing; Assistance on Sprague den mother for the Cub Scouts and was a former Welcome
Seniors Amber Caldwell and Gregory Grzywna have been Rd.; Theft on East River Rd.; Traffic Stop on Osborne Rd./West Wagon Lady in Columbia Station. She was also involved with
chosen as Columbia High School “Students of the Month” for River Rd.; Traffic Stop on East River Rd./Royalton Rd.; Assistance the Historical Society. She enjoyed cooking, playing the piano
February. Nominees are chosen based on the following criteria: on Fairway Dr.; Traffic Stop on S. Boone Rd.; Shots Fired on Sta- and she was an avid reader. Mrs. Fetchet is survived by; two
Maturity, Citizenship, Behavior and Effort. tion Rd.; Suspicious Condition on West River Rd. daughters, Patricia Jowett (James) of Crystal Beach, FL and
Amber Caldwell is the daughter of Christina & Cliff Nichols February 1 - Alarm on East River Rd. Julie Dehrmann (Marc) of Medina; three sons, Laurence of
and the sister to Zach, Joseph, Lauren, C.J., Carol and Christa. February 2 - Civil Matter on Sprague Rd. Columbia Station, Thomas (Beverly) of Sharpsburg, GA and
February 3 - Civil Matter on Sprague Rd.; Theft on Quarry
Amber is a proud member of the class of 2018 and has been Ridge Rd.; Alarm on Emmons Rd.; Alarm on Royalton Rd.; Alarm John (Lynda) of Columbia Station; 10 grandchildren; and by
consistent academically throughout her four years. She has on East River Rd. eight great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by; her
many interests outside of school. Amber has been practicing February 5 - Traffic Stop on Station Rd./Capel Rd.; Alarm on husband, Frank Fetchet in 2010; her brother, Charles Brobst
and by her parents, Charles and Irene (nee Crawford) Brobst.
Taekwondo for many years and is currently a red belt. In her N. Boone Rd.; 4 Traffic Stops on Royalton Rd./S. Boone Rd. The family received friends for a memorial gathering on
free time, she loves to cook all different styles of cuisine and February 6 - Property Damage on Royalton Rd.; Traffic Stop Saturday March 10, 2018. The family suggests that memorial
she holds down a part-time job at McDonald’s. She would love on E. River Rd.; Alarm on N. Boone Rd.; Traffic Stop on Roy- contributions be made to the Columbia Station Branch of the
to travel the world one day and experience different cultures alton Rd./Station Rd.; Traffic Stop on Royalton Rd.; Traffic Stop Lorain County Public Library System. To leave the Fetchet
and new places to discover. After graduation, Amber will attend on Royalton Rd./East River Rd.; Shots Fired on Plum Creek Dr.; family an online condolence, please visit listonfuneralhome.
LCCC and pursue a degree in the culinary arts. Her dream is to Follow-up Investigation on South Boone Rd. com.
February 7 - Harassment on Aldridge Ave.
eventually move to New York and pursue an acting career. February 8 - Premise Check on Westwood Blvd./Snell Rd.
Gregory Grzywna is the son of Stan & Debi Grzywna and February 9 - Alarm on Sprague Rd.; Suspicious Condition
brother of Jill & Jeff. Greg has been active at Columbia High on West River Rd.; Premise Check on Royalton Rd.; Traffic Stop Fire Dept. Pancake Breakfast
School through numerous clubs. Greg has been involved in on Royalton Rd./Station Rd.; Suspicious Condition on Jaquay Rd.;
Leaders Club and is a member of the Marching Band, playing Warrant on Plum Creek Dr. It’s time again for our annual Pancake Breakfast! Breakfast
the saxophone. Greg was a member of Key Club his freshman February 10 - Suspicious Condition on Sprague Rd.; Alarm on will be served at the Columbia Township Fire Station, located
and sophomore year, joined the Science Club for his junior and Boone Rd.; Alarm on Redfern Rd.; Domestic Violence/Dispute on at 25540 Royalton Road, on Sunday, March 25, from 8 a.m.-
senior year and became a member of Pep Band his sophomore Root Rd.; Traffic Stop on Station Rd./Nichols Rd.; Premise Check 1 p.m. Breakfast includes all-you-can-eat pancakes, blueberry
and senior year. Greg was inducted into the Columbia chapter on West River Rd.; Premise Check on East River Rd.; Premise pancakes, sausage, juice, milk and coffee. Cost is $7/adults, $4/
Check on West River Rd.; Disturbance on Hawke Rd.
of the National Honors Society as a junior. Outside of school, February 11 - Lockout on Royalton Rd.; Alarm on Royalton senior citizens and children under 2 eat free.
Greg was involved in the community as part of Columbia’s Rd. Take the opportunity to come and enjoy some good food,
Boy Scout Troop 104. He earned his eagle award in 2016, as February 13 - Domestic Violence/Dispute on Plum Creek Dr.; tour the fire station and check out the trucks & equipment. It’s
well as the continued bronze and gold eagle palms. Greg has Assist Fire Department on Emmons Rd.; Assist Fire Department also a great opportunity to meet the men and women of the de-
partment that work hard to protect your community. As always,
maintained high honor roll GPA status all four years and is on East River Rd. the Red Cross will be on hand accepting much needed blood
dual enrolled in Lorain County Community College. In the fall, February 14 - Suspicious Condition on Plum Creek Dr.; donations. Help others by donating blood while you are here.
Greg plans to attend the University of Akron to study electrical Abandoned Vehicle on West River Rd All blood donors eat for free!
engineering, with a focus in robotics. He would like to thank February 15 - Premise Check on Royalton Rd.; Suspicious Your continued support and patronage is always appreciat-
everyone who has supported him thus far. Condition on Parkwood Dr.; Assist Other Agency on Westwood
Ave.; Traffic Stop on West River Rd./Folley Rd. ed, come join us and let us show our thanks. We look forward
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SHERIFF’S REPORT CONTINUED FROM PAGE 7 Rd.; Ordinance Violation on Sprague Rd.; Follow-up Investigation
February 16 - Traffic Complaint on West River Rd.; Juvenile on Nichols Rd.; Assistance on West River Rd.
February 22 - New Call on Station Rd./Frederick Ave.; Alarm
Complaint on S. Boone Rd.; Drug Investigation on Sprague Rd.; on Royalton Rd.; Missing Person on Osborne Rd.; Assist Ambu-
[email protected] Animal Complaint/Investigation on Fremont Ave. lance on Squire Rd.
February 17 - Trespassing on West River Rd.; Property Dam-
February 23 - Domestic Violence/Dispute on Valleyview Dr.;
age on Sprague Rd.; Lockouts on Plum Creek Dr.; Suspicious Follow-up Investigation on West River Rd.; Alarm on Reserve
Garden Club of North Ridgeville Condition on Root Rd. Way.
February 18 - Alarm on Lakeridge Wy.; Suspicious Condition
on Sprague Rd. February 24 - Drug Investigation on Squire Rd.; Disturbance
The Garden Club of North Ridgeville will meet on March February 19 - Assistance on Emmons Rd.; Premise Check on on West River Rd.; Shots Fired on Station Rd.
February 25 - Alarm on Sprague Rd.; 911 Hang Up/Open Line
13, at 6 p.m. at the North Ridgeville Library, located at 35700 N. Boone Rd.; Fraud on Jaquay Rd.; Assistance on Emmons Rd. on Andees Dr.; Assistance on Dupont Ave.; Animal Complaint/In-
February 20 - Premise Check on Sprague Rd.; Protection Or-
Bainbridge Road. Their speaker for the evening will be one der Violation on Royalton Rd.; Alarm on West River Rd.; Harass- vestigation on West River Rd./Royalton Rd.; Follow-up Investiga-
of their members, Chris Trunk, on the “Magic of Gardening.” ment on Sprague Rd.; Noise Complaint on Nichols Rd.; tion on Royalton Rd./West River Rd.
Chris is a very knowledgeable and entertaining speaker. If you 2 Traffic Stops on Royalton Rd./East River Rd.; Harassment on February 26 - New Call on Royalton Rd.; Alarm on Royalton
have an interest in gardening, they invite you to attend their Crockers Lndg.; Follow-up Investigation on West River Rd.; Fol- Rd.; Assist Ambulance on East River Rd.
February 27 - Suspicious Condition on West Bend Ct.; Assist
meetings. For more information, please call (440) 365-8522. low-up Investigation on Hidden Oaks. Other Agency on Eagle Pointe Ct.
February 21 - Alarm on River Glen Dr.; Assistance on Sprague
Senior Center Men’s Breakfast
Amy Carles of the Ohio Consumer Council will present “Are
You an Energy Saver” program at the North Ridgeville Senior
Center Men’s Breakfast on March 15, from 9-10 a.m.
Amy Carles is a senior outreach and education program spe-
cialist with Ohio Consumers’ Council (OCC), the residential
utility consumer advocate. Amy will present her program at 9:30
a.m. Here is a synopsis: How much do you really know about en-
ergy efficiency and keeping energy bills low? Test your knowl-
edge during this fun and interactive presentation while learning
fun facts and ways to reduce energy usage.
The Men’s breakfast is open to senior men 55 years and older.
Join them for conversation and friendship while learning about
special interests and information! The breakfast, served from
9-10 a.m., is a hot entrée along with fruit cup, juice and coffee, all
for $3. Reservations should be called in by 10 a.m. on Tuesday,
March 13, to the Senior Center at (440) 353-0828.

Ohio Genealogical Society meeting

The public is invited to attend the March 12 meeting of the
Lorain County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society at 7
p.m. at the North Ridgeville Library, located at 35700 Bain-
bridge Road. A social time will begin at 6:30 p.m.
“English & Welsh Parish Records 1538-1837” is to be pre-
sented by England native Elizabeth Pearson. This program will
examine the historical parish jurisdictions and the personal and
cultural impacts of the church/state law that governed most cit-
izens regarding baptism, marriage, burial and many other life
events. For more information, contact Norm at (440) 856-5170.
North Ridgeville Library

Little Learners - Friday, March 16, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Three
through 5-year olds and their caregivers are invited to stop by
the story room to explore and learn about the alphabet, num-
bers, shapes, colors, patterns and much more. Preregistration
not required.
A Celebration of Animation; The 100 Greatest Cartoon
Characters in Television History - Sunday, March 18, from 3-4
p.m. The only author to ever rank the greatest cartoon charac-
ters of all time hosts this fun presentation for children, teenag-
ers and adults. Marty Gitlin will show cartoon snippets and talk
about such legends as Bugs Bunny, Bullwinkle J. Moose and
many others. Children will learn about characters known by
their parents and grandparents and older adults will learn about
some of the more recent cartoon characters. Marty will share
his criteria for selecting the best of the best cartoons. Preregis-
tration not required.
Upcycle Book Craft for Adults - Tuesday, March 20, from
1-2:30 p.m. Adults, come enjoy an afternoon of crafting at the
library. Staff will present a fun, easy take home craft that will
be made from the pages of old books.
LEGO® Fun Night - Thursday, March 22, from 6:30-7:30
p.m. Do you love to build with LEGO® bricks? The library
will provide the LEGO® bricks and you supply the ideas and
creations. Intended for ages 5 and up.
The North Ridgeville Library is located at 35700 Bainbridge
Road. For more information, call (440) 327-8326.


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Camden seeks loving home
[email protected]
[email protected] Camden is a 3-year-old
Eaton Township Calender male Cocker Spaniel. He
AAUW History group weighs 22 lbs., is neutered
and all caught up on his vac-
3/14 - 7 p.m. Zoning Commission Public Hearing pertain- cines. Camden was rescued
Elyria’s American Association of University Women’s his- ing to: Zoning Amendment of Article 6, (Residential) File ZA- from a hoarding case and
tory group presents “Courageous Women in STEM.” The group 2017-03; Zoning commission will move into a Special Meet- pulled from a home with way
has been vigorously researching women in science, technology ing to discuss other zoning topics as soon as Public Hearing is too many animals. He has a
and math. They will be presenting their findings on Monday, concluded. great personality, loves ev-
March 19, at 7 p.m. at Grace Lutheran Church, located at 9685 3/15 - 6:30 p.m. Monthly LCTA meeting hosted by Elyria eryone he meets (including
East River Street, in Elyria. Township. kids) and he’s good with oth-
Meeting and refreshments to follow the program. If you are 3/16 - office closed. er dogs.
attending a college or university or have graduated, please con- 3/17 - 9:30 a.m. General work session. To meet Camden, e-mail
sider joining our group. We strive to advance equity for women 3/20 - 7:30 p.m. Board of Trustees Bi-Monthly meeting. [email protected].
and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy and re- 3/21 - 7 p.m. Zoning commission Special meeting regarding Camden
search. rezoning of Beavercreek.
3/21 - Office closed.
3/23 - All flowers must be removed from cemetery on But- HELP WANTED IN EATON TOWNSHIP
Recycle ternut Ridge.
We have an alternate position available with our Zoning
4/3 - 7:30 p.m. Trustee Meeting.
in the 4/4 - 7 p.m. Zoning Commission monthly meeting. Commission.
“Green” 4/5 - 5-7 p.m. Historical Committee meeting. Zoning Commission Alternate: must be able to attend
Cart! 7 p.m. Eaton Estates Neighborhood watch at town hall. all meetings (1-4 meetings per month) on Wednesday
evenings. Must be an Eaton twp resident, make changes
5/5 - 8-4 p.m. Eaton dumpster days.
Location for all calendar items are 12043 Avon Belden Rd., to zoning resolution, and other duties per the request of the
unless noted otherwise. Zoning Commission.
Please contact our office at (440) 748-2236 or secretary@ To apply -visit our website (under forms –application is to request a Resident Packet with links to available) or call our office 440-748-2236 and speak to the
Resources in the County/Township. secretary to discuss the responsibilities and requirements for
Keep in touch with your community Please visit our Facebook page for info. daily at www.face- this position. Application deadline is April 1, 2018.
Residential lock boxes & mailbox reflective signs are avail-
MIKE HIGNETT able at the town hall office.
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OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 3/11, 1 - 4 PM The Herb Guild Garden Club will hold its March meeting
4 Bdrm, 2 1/2 Bath in Midview on March 14. After a short business meeting and lunch, guest FAMILY VISION
Schools. Above Ground Pool, speaker Ron Zayac of Canterbury Creek Gardens will present CENTER
a program on “Growing Mistakes.” Canterbury Creek Garden
Tiered Deck, Heated 2 car Center is located in Westlake and is known for its all-organ-
garage and many updates. ic produce and gardening methods. They offer “seminars and 6621 Center Road
This is Must See! emails to educate customers about the problems associated Valley City
Offered at $237,500 37960 Chestnut Ridge with modern agricultural methods and how they can grow Dr. Norma Jesse, J 330-483-4035
Call Mike for a personal tour 440-506-0414 their own nutritionally rich food.” You can visit their website, for more information.
The Herb Guild is a local organization and meets on the WE CARRY A OUTSIDE
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New members and guests are always welcome. For more infor- GLASSES WELCOME
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No tires will be collected. Tires may be dropped-off at any developed around a specific theme along with learning activities.
of the following locations: Suggestions for themes are always welcome. Please call the li-
Grafton Township Hall, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Tuesdays & brary at (440) 647-2120 to register.
Saturdays, at 17109 Avon-Belden Rd. (corner of State Routes Library Board Meeting - The Herrick Memorial Library
[email protected] 83 and 303). Trustees will hold its board meeting on Monday, March 12,
The Lorain County Collection Center accepts Scrap tires at 10:30 a.m. The meeting will be in the library’s Community
State of Wellington breakfast and household hazardous waste items all year at 540 South Room and is open to the public.
Abbe Road, in Elyria. Collection Center Hours are Monday and
Read To Putter - Children can spend 15 minutes reading a
Wellington Kiwanis Club will be sponsoring a “State of Wednesday 12-6 and Saturday 9-6. You may call (440) 329- book or story to Putter and build their reading skills at the library.
Wellington” breakfast, featuring Mayor Hans Schneider, Vil- 5440 for more information. Putter is a registered therapy dog that absolutely adores listening
lage Manager Steve Dupee and Wellington Schools Superin- The following rules apply to all sites, at all times: to a good story. He does not mind if the child makes reading
tendent Ed Weber, at 8 a.m. on Thursday, March 22, at the Wel- • Driver’s License or other acceptable proof of residency is mistakes. Putter visits us on Wednesdays from 3-4 p.m. Stop in
lington Eagles, 631 Main St. required. or call the library at (440) 647-2120 to save your reading spot.
The community leaders will focus their presentations on the • Tire Collections are provided for the use of Lorain County
village’s and school district’s successes and challenges. The residents only. Pewter seeks loving home
event will conclude by 9:30 a.m. • Tires may be on-the-rim or off-the-rim.
Tickets are $10. They can be purchased at the Mayor’s Of- • Note: By State Law, you may not transport more than 10 time to feel comfortable with
fice, on the third floor of the Town Hall, Bremke Insurance, 104 (ten) scrap tires at one time without a special license you and he snuggles in and
S. Main St., Fifth Third Bank, 161 E. Herrick Ave. and Lorain • Acceptable - small equipment/passenger car/suv/minivan/ purrs and kneads to show his
County Community College’s Wellington Center, 151 Com- non-commercial van & pickup truck tires up to 20” rim diam- appreciation for your atten-
merce Drive. Tickets must be purchased by Sunday, March 18. eter and all bicycle/motorcycle tires. tion. Can you make his dream
The buffet breakfast will be served by the Fraternal Order of • Not acceptable - racing tires, semi-truck and trailer tires, of having a forever home
Eagles. farm equipment tires and any tires resulting from the opera- come true?
Wellington Kiwanis President Terry Mazzone said, “Events tion of a commercial business or farm. If you would like to
like this are held in other communities in Lorain County. We • Drop-off of tires at any times other than those listed is give Pewter a new, lov-
felt we ought to do something similar here. Mayor Schneider strictly prohibited; all sites are under video surveillance; viola- ing, forever home, please
and Superintendent Weber have embraced the opportunity to tors will be prosecuted call the Friendship Animal
meet with the Wellington business community and its residents Safely dispose of pharmaceuticals by taking them to the Protective League at (440)
and discuss the successes and challenges facing our village and Wellington Village Police Department, 117 Willard Memorial 322-4321. (www.Friendshi-
schools.” Square. The drop box is located in the front lobby 24/7. Pewter The shelter is lo-
Wellington Twp. Dumpster Day Herrick Memorial Library cat. He was rescued from a cated at 8303 Murray Ridge
Pewter is a gorgeous gray
Road, in Elyria. Adoption
Wellington Township’s next Quarterly “Dumpster Day” for Writers Group - Thursday, March 22, from 6-7:30 p.m. This home with too many cats. fees are $20 for 1 year and
the residents of the unincorporated area of Wellington Town- group meets every other Thursday at the Herrick Memorial Li- Pewter is understandably a older and $50 for less than 1
ship is Saturday, March 24. Residents may bring items for dis- brary. Join them if you have a passion for writing in all ven- little unsure in his new envi- year old. All cats have been
posal to the Maintenance Facility at 105 Maple Street between ues. Bring samples of your writing to share with the group. New ronment, but please don’t let spayed or neutered, vacci-
the hours of 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. *Please note that these are differ- members are welcome. Registration is encouraged. To register, that stop you from giving him nated, dewormed and have
ent dates than what was in the mailing brochure. Senior citizens call the library at (440) 647-2120. a chance. Give him a little tested negative for FeLV.
or special need residents that require assistance with their drop Spring Time Programs - Spring story time sessions at the
may contact Trustee Fisher at (440) 610-9092. Donuts and cof- library will begin on Monday, March 19, and last for six weeks. WELLINGTON NEWS CONTINUED ON PAGE 19
fee are served on Dumpster Days inside the Township mainte- Family Story Times will take place on Monday evenings at 6:30
nance building. Dumpster Days will also be held on Saturdays, p.m. and are for families with children up to age 6; Toddler Story
May 19 and September 29. Times will take place on Tuesday mornings at 10:30 a.m. and
Acceptable items for disposal include freon appliances; are for children, ages 18-36 months with their parent/caregiver; JACK MATIA
scrap steel, electronic devices, computers and batteries will be Lapsit Story Times will take place on Wednesday mornings at HONDA
accepted. You may also drop off canes, wheelchairs, walkers, 10:30 a.m. and are for children ages birth to 24 months, with
eye glasses and cell phones. These items may be repurposed their parent/caregiver; Growing Readers Story Times will take New & Used
for residents in the community via the Lorain County Southern place on Tuesday afternoons at 1:30 p.m. and are for children Cars
Satellite Office on Aging (SSO). Canned goods are accepted ages 3-5 years with their parent/caregiver. Register for these pro-
and donated to Well Help. grams at the Children’s Desk or by calling the Herrick Memorial 440-366-5501
No hazardous or infectious wastes, medications, brush, Library at (440) 647-2120. Steve Moore 823 Leona St., Elyria
waste oil, bricks, rocks or concrete, dirt or any materials pro- Homeschool Story Times - The Herrick Memorial Library
hibited by the state or federal law. offers a story time for Homeschooled children, ages 5 and up. New and Certifi ed Hondas
No Goodwill Items: Wellington Township no longer has a These story times will take place on Monday afternoons, March All Models - Used Cars
Goodwill Drop box; it was removed by Goodwill management 19 and April 16, at 1:30 p.m. The children will listen to stories Hours: Mon. & Thurs. 9-9; Tues. & Fri. 9-6; Sat. 8-5
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sure cuff at the library. Then submit your card for a chance to
win a $100 gift card of your choice. Find more information on
[email protected] Keystone Empower You’s Facebook page, email KeystoneEm-
[email protected] or call Andrea at 440-284-3285.
KHS Baseball fund-raiser is hosting Family Science Night on Friday, March 16, from 6-9
In upcoming events, the Keystone Elementary School PTA
The Keystone High School Baseball program is selling raf- p.m. at KES. The event is free for attendees. Activities include
fle tickets for a chance to win custom made cornhole boards hands on fun experiments, family photo booth, 20+ stations
and bags. These unique, full-size boards light up for nighttime presented by Lorain County Community College, Ohio State
play, have a scorekeeper and lock together for ease of trans- University, Black River Astronomy Club, Green Circle Grow-
porting and storage. Tickets are $2 a chance, $5 for 3 tickets ers, Nordson, volunteers and teachers! Specializing in:
and $10 for 7 chances. Drawing will be held this spring and Also, on Thursday, March 15, our sixth, seventh and eighth Automobile, Homeowners, Small Commerical,
winner does not need to be present to win. Please contact Sha- grade students will be holding a concert at 7 p.m. in the Key- Farm, Life, Motorcycle & RV Insurances
ron Belknap for your chance to win at (440) 666-4097. stone High School café. Lastly, although it’s hard to believe the Grafton Wellington
year is flying by so quickly, the end of our third grading period
Firefighters Country Music Show is on Friday, March 16. 35881 Grafton Eastern 173 Depot St
Franco Gallo, Keystone Superintendent, Franco.Gallo@
The LaGrange Firefighters Association is having their 25th, (440) 355-2424 440-926-3312 440-647-6010
Anniversary Country Music Show on Saturday, March 24, at 301 Lions Club Easter Lunch/Egg Hunt
Liberty St. (the old High School), in LaGrange. The featured art-
ist is T. G. Sheppard. The LaGrange Lions will be holding a Lunch and Easter
They will have two shows this year. The first show is at 6 p.m. Egg Hunt on March 31 at Lions Park, located at 240 Glendale
and the second show is at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 per person St., in LaGrange. Lunch will start at 12 p.m. and consist of a
and are now on sale. For more information, call (440) 935-7484. hot dog, chips, snack and a drink for $2 each. The egg hunt
If no answer, call the LaGrange Fire Station at (440) 355-6868. will start promptly at 1 p.m. There will be three age groups: 4
years and under, 5-8 years and 9-12 years. We will have 2 bikes
to raffle off and 2 baskets - 1 boy and 1 girl. Please bring your
own bag to collect eggs. Please call Tim at (440) 355-6441 with
any questions.
The KHS Concert Band performed at the OMEA District
4 Large Group Event in Westlake. Our concert band earned a Lions Fish Frys
“Superior” rating, which qualifies them for the State Contest on
April 20-21 at North Royalton High School. We are very proud The LaGrange Lions will 10 & under. Drinks are avail-
of our students for their hard work and this exciting honor! be holding Friday Fish Frys able for purchase. Tickets
I encourage you to take part in a facet of our wellness ini- all through Lent this year. are available at the door and
tiative and join the KeystoneGo program and get rewarded for There will be perch, shrimp, carry-outs are available. No
getting active. This month, pick up a punch card at the Key- fries, macaroni & cheese and phone orders please.
stone-LaGrange Library or Keystone Board of Education. Get dessert. The cost is $12 for Come join us at the Lions
your card punched whenever you do a designated activity – adults and $7 for seniors/kids Park, located at 240 Glendale
St., in LaGrange, from 5-8
p.m. every Friday up to, and 440-371-2862
Pfeiffer Chiropractic Clinic, Inc. including, March 30. Call
Ann at (440) 315-4278 with
any questions.
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Breakfast with the Easter Bunny

On Sunday, March 25, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m., you can have a
Ann McDonald 440-926-2774 delicious Pancake Breakfast and see the Easter Bunny too! The Spring is just over a week away, its staying lighter longer
email: [email protected] breakfast will be held at VFW Post #3341 in Grafton, located and our students are enjoying being outside, whether it’s for
at 781 Huron St. Breakfast includes pancakes, scrambled eggs,
recess, to walk the trails or practice for spring sports. It’s defi-
sausage, milk, juice and coffee. Price is $6 for adults, $5 for nitely a reenergizing time for Midview!
MIDDLE SCHOOL BAND CONCERT seniors & children 4-10; 3 years old and under eat free. There Last week, we had several important fundraisers happening
The Midview Middle School Band will be preforming a will also be a bake sale. The kids can enjoy coloring and craft for the district, including the After-Prom Committee’s Dodge-
concert at the Middle School on Thursday evening, March 15. making along with having their picture taken with the Easter ball Tournament, the Touchdown Club’s reverse raffle and the
They have been working very hard all school year for this per- Bunny for $5. All proceeds benefit the Cpl. Brad D. Squires tennis program’s Zumbathon. Thank you to everyone who at-
formance. Please come and enjoy our up and coming musi- Scholarship Fund and the Three-Deuce-Five Marine Founda- tended or supported the fundraisers in some way. Your gen-
cians! tion. For any additional information, call (440) 823-3993. erosity and support continues to make Midview an awesome
Attention all coaches, scout leaders and other adult advi- Grafton-Midview Library This week, we will recognize our winter student athletes at
sors: The Greater Grafton Partnership organization is looking the Sports Award Night on March 13. On March 15, the high
for an exceptional youth to honor. The youth should be of high school is hosting a meeting for parents on the upcoming Wash-
school age and be civic minded or very active in their com- To register for programs, visit the library at 983 Main Street ington D.C. field trip.
munity. The Greater Grafton Partnership honors a youth every or call (440) 926-3317. Registrations also accepted on-line at Also on March 15, the sixth, seventh and eighth-grade bands
year with a Right Track Award. Please send nominations and a will perform at Midview High School at 7 p.m. I invite you to
brief reason as to why they deserve the award to annieleerur@ National Craft Month: Teen Bonanza - March 13, 20 & attend and enjoy the hard work of our band students. 27 at 3 p.m. Every Tuesday in March there will be a different I would also like to invite any parents who have a child en-
FRIENDS OF GMPL NEWS themed craft. March 13 - create a cool seashell necklace, great tering kindergarten next year to our Kindergarten Registration
The Friends group will be presenting a special event at the for boys and girls; March 20 - paint a personalized mousepad Night on March 22, from 5-7 p.m., at Midview North Elemen-
library - “Trail Magic: The Grandma Gatewood Story” will be for your computer; March 27 - create comic book coasters. tary. During the evening, you can register your child, tour the
presented on Friday, March 23, in the library at 7 p.m. The Registration is required. building and meet the principals and teachers. We look forward
Emmy-nominated film shares the story of the first woman to Inspirational Book Club - Wednesday, March 14, at noon. to meeting the newest Midview Middies and their families!
solo hike the 2,168 mile Appalachian Trail in 1955 at the age You need not have read the book to attend. Bring your lunch Dr. Bruce Willingham, Superintendent, (440) 748-5353
of 67. This is a remarkable story presented by Eden Valley En- (optional) and come ready to discuss each book. Book copies
terprises and based on the book by Ben Montgomery. Emma are available at our Customer Service Desk. Facilitator is Peg- Grafton Village Council
Gatewood was born in Ohio, raised 11 children and survived gy Wyar. Read Atonement Child, by Francine Rivers.
years of domestic abuse…and one day told her children she Cleveland at War - Thursday, March 15, at 6:30 p.m. Eric
was going for a walk. The event is free and open to the public. Rivet, from the Western Reserve Historical Society presents The Grafton Village Council met on March 6. The resig-
Reservations are recommended. Light refreshments will follow “Cleveland at War.” Eric will discuss Cleveland’s role in World nation of a volunteer fire fighter was accepted. Several reso-
the presentation/discussion. War I and World War II and Cleveland’s industrial contribu- lutions were passed to purchase electrical material supplies. A
In April, the group will hold their semi-annual book sale. tions. Sunshine Court resident was in attendance to ask council to
They are currently accepting donations of new and gently used Hide & Seek - Friday, March 16, at 6:30 p.m. Have you consider hiring full-time EMTs, ensuring better ambulance re-
books, CDs and DVDs. ever wanted to run around the library? How about stay at the sponse times. The council, which is currently working on the
FRIDAY FISH FRYS library after hours? Your wish has been granted! Participants village’s budget, listened to her request and said the issue has
Grafton VFW - The annual Grafton VFW Lenten Fish Fry will be closed in the Library at 6:30 p.m. and must be picked been discussed. Cost and other factors currently make the mea-
will be held every Friday evening through March 30 at the up by 8 p.m. Registration and permission slips must be signed sure prohibitive. The next meeting is scheduled for March 20.
Post on Huron Street. It is open to the public. Members will for participants before the date of the program. For children
be serving from 5-7 p.m. Carry-outs are available by calling grades K-3. GRAFTON NEWS CONTINUED ON PAGE 16
926-3341 after 4p.m. on Fridays. A Lake Erie Perch dinner is
$12, a shrimp dinner is $12, and a half and half dinner is $13. MHS Guidance news Edwards Mobile Mower Repair
Chicken tenders are also available. “Let us come to you”
The Knights of Columbus - The Knights of Columbus The ACT Test is Apr. 14, The Elyria Rotary Schol-
Council 8369 is again having Friday Fish Frys at Our Lady with late registration from arship - Deadline is April 20, Self-Propelled Mowers & Riders • Sevice, Parts & Repair
Queen of Peace Church Hall, 702 Erie St., in Grafton. Service now - March 23. 2018.
will be on March 16 and 23 from 5-7 p.m. Lake Perch, shrimp, The SAT Test is May 5, Midview Education As- Get Ready for Spring!
pierogis, fries, coleslaw, applesauce, macaroni and cheese and with a registration deadline sociation’s Future Teacher Free Pick-up & Delivery within 25 mile radius
homemade pies are available. Dinner prices start at $11 for of Apr. 6 and late registration Scholarship - Deadline is
adults; senior citizen dinners are $10. Take outs are available. until Apr. 17. April 20, 2018. Offer expires April 30, 2018
The following scholarship Midview Diamond Club
information & scholarships Scholarship - Deadline is 440-315-8855
Karen A. Kramer, D.D.S. are available in the Student May 4, 2018.
420 N. Main St., Grafton Services Office or online: “38 years of doing it right”
Davis Scholarship - You
Emergencies may access this scholarship
at http://www.studentaward-
Welcomed! Deadline to apply is May 22,
Same-day Denture Sigma Phi Epsilon Bal-
Repairs Available anced Man Scholarship -
Deadline is August 15, 2018.
AES Engineering Schol-
“We Cater To Cowards” arship - Deadline is October
6, 2018.
440-926-3441 ucational Foundation, Inc -
Applications will be accepted
until April 5, 2018.
Educational Service 426 N. Main St. • Grafton
Center, Wayne Ross Schol- 440-926-2462
arship - Application can
Since 1983 be found at:
Restaurant forms/bn1ZDxykaax7rA4J2. March 17th Specials!
Deadline is April 6, 2018.
Medical Mutual of Ohio
& Pub Scholarship - Students may
apply online at https://tcf- Fresh Corned Beef Dinners
Rt. 57 Grafton • 926-2621 medmutual. Deadline is April
1, 2018. which include carrots, onions, cabbage & soda
Join us for Our 35 Annual Cpl. Brad D. Squires
St. Patrick’s Day Scholarship - Deadline is bread (from 11am-8pm)
April 16, 2018.
Festivities Agency, Inc. Scholarship - Fresh Shaved Reubens
Deadline is April 16, 2018.
Nordson Builds Schol-
Saturday March 17 , arship - Students may apply
from 10:30am - ? via their website: www.ofic. Try our
org/smr/nordson. Deadline is
May 15, 2018.
Special Irish Menu throughout the day The Herb Guild Garden
including Corned Beef & Cabbage, Club Scholarship - Deadline Pierogies
is April 3, 2018.
Reuben, Shepherd’s Pie, Connemara College Now/Jane Edna
Chicken, Somerton Salmon, Irish Hunter Scholarship - Dead- too!
line is April 15, 2016.
Stew, Mrs. Murphy’s Clam College Now/Manufac-
Chowder, The Flanny Burger, turing Scholarship - Dead-
line is April 15, 2018.
Sandwiches, Appetizers UAW Local 1216 Schol-
& More..., Slainte! arship - Deadline is March REGULAR
30, 2018.
LISA SPICER SINGS 3:30pm - ? rine Chapter Scholarship
- National Honor Society for
BAGPIPER 4pm Women in Chemistry. Dead- ALSO
line is March 31, 2018.
Early Bird Perch Fry Fridays 4-6pm Inc. Scholarship - Deadline
is April 6, 2018.

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GRAFTON NEWS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 14 and State Route 83. On February 25, traffic stops were made
Kiwanis Club meeting [email protected] on State route 303 and at the intersection of State Route 303/
Mennell Road. A disabled vehicle was reported on February 6
The Midview Kiwanis Club meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday on Haystacks Lane at Mennell Road and an abandoned vehicle
of every month The next meeting is on Tuesday, March 13, Cemetery Clean Up was reported on February 15 on Dellwood Road. A stolen ve-
from 12-1 p.m. at the Grafton Village Hall, 960 Main St. hicle/unauthorized use was reported on Grafton Road on Feb-
The Grafton Township Trustees are asking all decorations
Cemetery clean-up be removed by March 17 from the Grafton Township Ceme- ruary 6.
Deputies also conducted a premise check on Neff Road on
teries - Nesbett, Belden & Nichols-Aldrich. After this date, the February 3, conducted follow up investigations on Grafton
St. Mary’s Cemetery, on Rt. 57 in Grafton, is asking that township will dispose of all remaining decorations. Road on February 6 and on Law Road W on February 13 and
all decorations be removed by the weekend of March 17, as gave notifications on February 8 on State Route 83. The depart-
they prepare the cemetery for Easter. New decorations may be Public Zoning meeting ment received a domestic violence/dispute call on February 13
placed starting on Sunday, March 25. Any decorations left after on State Route 303. They responded to a burglary call on Men-
The Grafton Township Zoning Commission will hold a
March 18 will be discarded. Public Zoning meeting at the Grafton Township Hall, located nell Road on February16, an accident injury call on February
Fleet Hometown news at 17109 Avon-Belden Road, at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 20. 17 on Highland Drive, a missing person call on Mennell Road
on February 20, an animal complaint on Chamberlain Road on
tics, military courtesy, mili- The Zoning Commission will continue discussing current is- February 23 and a fraud call on Highland Drive on February
sues and concerns as they come up.
tary justice, physical fitness, 19.
first aid, Army history, core Belden Historical Society
values and traditions. Addi-
tional training included de- The Belden Historical Society will hold its first meeting of SENIOR OUTREACH PROGRAM
velopment of basic combat 2018 at the museum on the northeast corner of Rts. 83 and 303 Sponsored by North Ridgeville Seniors, Inc. with
skills and battlefield opera- on Wednesday, March 14, at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to programs being held at Hinkson Hysell VFW Post
tions. Advanced training was attend.
completed in basic demoli- The Mennell Road Story 3341 Banquet Hall - 783 Huron Street in Grafton
tions, explosive hazards, con- Do you ever wonder who or how our roads are named? One The Grafton/LaGrange areas are looking for Meals on Wheels
structing wire obstacles, fixed of our former members, Marian A. Weigel, was a Mennell. drivers. To become a driver, contact Robin @ 353-0829.
bridge building and basic ur- Marian was not only one very active member of our Belden
ban operations. Historical Society, but the great-great granddaughter of one of These Programs are Available to ALL SENIORS at NO CHARGE.
Meredith is a 2016 gradu- our first settlers, Crispen Mennell. 3/12 at 2:00 pm Senior Coffee Club. Movie with free
Army Private Jared T. Meredith ate of Midview High School. Crispen Mennell was born in Norton, England, in the year donuts and coffee for participants.
In February, Army Private He is the son of Jonelle & An- 1786. He and his wife Elizabeth, one son, Duke, and one 3/13 at 2:00 pm Senior Exercise Class being
drew Hylbert and Doug Mer-
Jared T. Meredith, of Grafton, edith. He is the grandson of daughter arrived in Grafton Township in the year of 1826. He instructed by Debi’s Personal Training with fruit and
graduated Basic training and Joseph & Phyllis Van Kerk- had a farm of 67 acres on the corner of Rt. 303 and Mennell
Combat Engineer Advanced hove and Dave Meredith. Road, and his son Duke owned 86 acres in the township. This juice for participants.
Individual training at Ft. Pvt. Meredith is currently was in the year of 1840. 3/16 at 2:00 pm Senior Card Club with pop and
Leonard, in Wood, Missou- stationed with the 101st Air- The rest of the story will be told at the Belden Historical snacks for participants.
ri. Pvt. Meredith success- borne Division Air Assault Society meeting on March 14, at 7:30. 3/19 at 2:00 pm Senior Coffee Club. Movie with
fully completed 16 weeks Operations at Fort Campbell, free donuts and coffee for
of extensive training in drill, Kentucky. Sherriff Report for Grafton Twp.
weapons, map reading, tac- participants.
3/20 at 2:00 pm Senior
The Lorain County Sherriff’s office has released their re-
KRAG J. CHURCHILL, DDS port for the month of February for Grafton Township. Deputies Exercise Class being instructed
responded to several alarm calls during the month. The first by Debi’s Personal Training
GENERAL PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY was January 29 on State Route 83, the second was on Dell- with fruit and juice for
wood Road on February 1. There were also two alarm calls on participants.
~NEW PATIENTS WELCOME~ Cowley Road, February 11 & 23. On January 29, deputies were 3/23 at 2:00 pm Senior Card
busy in the township with a new call on State Route 83 and Club with pop and snacks for
Hours By Appointment civil matters on State Route 83 and Mennell Road. Suspicious participants.
Condition calls were received on February 1 on Cowley Road
419 NORTH MAIN STREET and on February 20 at Grafton Road and State Route 83. • If you have questions on these programs, please contact
The deputies handled several vehicles calls in February. On
GRAFTON, OHIO February 1, there was a traffic complaint on Dunham Road E; the VFW’s Canteen Manager by calling 440-926-3341.
• The VFW Hall is available for rent to use for your special
440-926-2705 The deputies made a traffic stop on February 5 at the intersec- occasions. Call 440-926-3341 and ask for the Canteen
tion of State Route 83/Neff Road; Two traffic stops were made
Manager for additional information.

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bidding, including but rience & position. Quarterly WE SERVICE & REPAIR
not limited to: tools, toys, & year-end bonus potential!
collectibles, vintage trains Apply in person Mon.-Fri., TELEVISION REPAIRS
and accessories, jewelry, 9am-noon, at 711 West Smith
furniture, antiques, home Rd., Medina, or send resume -Service All Brands- 440-986-2665
decor, brand new tools & to LCD • Plasma • Big Screen
other merchandise plus 9072 Leavitt Rd.
much more! NOW HIRING! All positions Washers • Dryers
available. We are looking to Refrigerators Elyria, OH 44035 [email protected]
AUTOS WANTED grow our workforce for the See Our Selection of Ranges • Ovens
upcoming season due to an
increased workload. Join our Reconditioned Appliances Appliance Parts
Mike’s Hooker Service. We hardworking team now and ELECTRICAL
pay top dollar for all unwant- work right into the spring and FOR SALE! IN HOME SERVICE ON
ed cars, trucks, vans. Free summer months. Both crew APPLIANCES ONLY
pick-up. Pay cash. Call Mike, laborer and leader positions 15 East Ave., Elyria 322-2325
216-534-6514. available in our lawn mainte- J.A. Kilby Electrical
nance, horticulture, landscap- Bud & Diane Casey, Owners
CLEANING ing, hardscaping and lawn Residential & Commercial Electrical Service
care divisions. Must hold a val- DEMPSEY’S APPLIANCE
Custom cleaning. Everyone’s id driver’s license with a good SALES & SERVICE, INC. New Work-Replacement-Repairs
needs are different. We spe- driving record and have 1-3 60 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE •Whole House •Remodeling •Panel Upgrades
cialize in catering to what your years of experience. We are 41 YEARS IN BUSINESS •Security & Camera Systems
needs are. Call Marcie today a drug free workplace. Wages
for your free assessment ap- based on skills / experience. 433 OBERLIN RD. •Commercial Buildings •Parking Lot Lighting
pointment at 440-213-7527. Paid holidays / vacations, 401K ELYRIA, OHIO 44035 440-327-3433 ext #3 •
Over 13 years experience. retirement plan, health insur- 440-322-8170
ance. Apply Monday-Friday State License/Insured •24/7 Emergency Response
from 8:30-4:30. YARD SMART,
FOR RENT INC., 11847 Avon Belden Road,
Grafton. 440-235-9273 ASPHALT, CONCRETE & STONE
2Bdr. apartment in Grafton, ProDrivers: Jobs for CDL EXCAVATING
no stairs, security deposit. No truck drivers. 1yr. A/B CDL
pets. 440-343-5898 experience required. Multiple
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new carpet, ceramic tile and ALL PHASES OF CONCRETE •Plumbing Services •All Phases of Excavation •Sewer
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Hay for sale, delivery avail- TOWN & COUNTRY Tree Ser-
able. 440-236-3654 or 440-328- vice. Complete tree removal, Concrete • Masonry FENCING
7167, leave message. trimming, root feeding and
cleaning. Fully insured. FREE Stamped Concrete
sale. 440-236-3061. 440-327-3433 Residential - Commercial
House of Wilhelm, 17960 Pearl Industrial - Farm
Road, Strongsville, OH 44136. LOTS FOR SALE
1/2 off Sale! Larger items, let’s AUTO SERVICE
make a deal. No reasonable LaGrange lots, 303 & White-
offer refused. Last sale before head. BRING YOUR OWN BUCKEYE FENCING
we go into our new co-op BUILDER. 440-371-4111
store. March 15-18, Thurs.- We specialize in
PETS High Tensil Wire • Rail Fence
GOOD THINGS TO EAT Board • Split Rail • Picket Fence
Affordable Misty Meadow Call to schedule your FREE estimate
Homemade Hungarian Nut Farm: dog grooming, pet
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Rolls, Poppyseed Rolls and heated facility. Valley City, 216- Your Auto or Complete William M. Miller • 330-466-4012
cherry cheese Kuchens. Call 372-2755. mistyme Light Truck Full Mechanical Arlin Kline • 330-698-3951
Mitzi, 440-236-8424, to place
your order for Easter. Service Center Repairs
All Paws Kennel, 24344 Foster
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Heated indoor facility, 4 fenced
AMVETS POST 32 exercise yards, custom care. 24497 Sprague Rd., •Columbia Station
$20 per day. Grooming now
11087 Middle Ave., Elyria available.
Capacity: Hall-250, 440-235-6642
Q-Hut-100, Pavillion-250 Toy Yorkies, 8 weeks, not
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Call for pricing
and availability REAL ESTATE BUILDERS
COLUMBIA V.F.W HALL 2 brick ranch duplexes on
25-120 Capacity slabs, west side of Lorain,
Catering Available w/32x40 outbuilding, $5,000 KAZMIERCZAK CONSTRUCTION 24 Hour Emergency Service
440-236-3323 worth of yard equipment and
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FULL park with restrooms, 3 R&K Builders
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for 25 to 138. Call LaGrange for roofing, remodeling, etc. (Built by Amish)
Lions Club. 440-458-6781. Bobcat, Backhoe & Dump
Truck work available
Grafton VFW. Call from 9:30- CALL JASON’S SERVICES Quality Buildings at
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UPHOLSTERY Horse Barns • Garages Home Improvements
HELP WANTED & Riding Arenas
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Penske Truck Leasing. 2yrs. Call for free quote
CDL-A experience. Call Pen- on re-upholstery All Exteriors Construction
ske Logistics, 844-293-0601. 216-346-2682 20% OFF 10% OFF
Drivers, Class-A CDL: In-
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operator needed for supply COMMERCIAL &
yard. Great starting pay. 216- Construction RESIDENTIAL
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Laborers 440-864-5161 Licensed, Bonded & Insured

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•Custom Remodeling & Renovations •Interior PARKWOOD
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Specializing in Home Improvements D.W.V. • Gas Lines • Water Lines Services Available Boilers • Hot Water Tanks • Fixtures • Backhoe Work Call
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•Retaining Walls SEPTIC SERVICES
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•Waterproofi ng
•Foundation Replacement Dennis Tree Service & Landscaping
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WELLINGTON NEWS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 12 The fund-raiser, which is sold out, will begin with Hors d’ The 4-H Endowment fund helps support this vital 4-H pro-
Kindergarten Parent Meeting Oeuvres, followed by a six course dinner. Each course is being gram by awarding scholarships, grants and other funding re-
donated and hosted by a JVS Culinary Academy Alumni.
Westwood Elementary School will be hosting a Kindergar- These alumni are coming in from Cleveland; Dallas, Texas; The dinner/auction this year will be held March 24 at Wel-
ten Informational Meeting Monday, March 19, from 6-7 p.m. Louisville, Kentucky; Greenwich, Connecticut; and New York lington Fairgrounds. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the dinner is at
in the Westwood Cafeteria, at 305 Union Street. It is open to City, New York to lend their expertise and show their support. 6:30 p.m. Dinner tickets are available for $20 each or you can
parents of all children who will be entering kindergarten for the This scholarship is part of the Lorain County JVS Educa- sponsor a table for $200 and receive 8 tickets. All tickets are
2018/19 school year. Child must be 5-years-old on or before tional Foundation, which is administered by The Community advance sale only.
August 1, 2018 in order to enroll. Parents will be provided with Foundation of Lorain County. The scholarship will be awarded For more ticket or donation information, please contact the
information to help guide them through the kindergarten reg- each year to a Culinary Academy student who desires to further OSU Extension Office at (440) 326-5851.
istration, screening, and orientation process. There will be an their education in Culinary, Baking and Pastry or the Hospital-
opportunity to tour the school and materials will be sent home ity Industry. Black River Comedy Club
to aid parents and to prepare children for their new adventure. Monetary donations are still being accepted for the Pam
Kindergarten registration will be held Tuesday, March 27. If Faragher Culinary Scholarship Memorial Fund. Checks can be The Black River Comedy Club celebrates it’s 30th anniver-
you have any questions, please call the Westwood Elementary made payable to the Lorain County JVS Educational Founda- sary with the musical slapstick comedy, “Walkin’ to New Orle-
School office at (440) 647-3636. tion, with ‘Pam Faragher’ written in the memo line, and can be ans.” Show dates are March 16, 17, 21, 23 & 24, with curtain
Workshop Players presents... sent to: Lorain County JVS, attention Financial Clerk, 15181 time of 8 p.m., and Sunday Matinée on March 18 & 25 with
State Route 58, Oberlin, OH 44074.
a curtain time of 3 p.m. Show tickets are $9. The show is at
the Homerville Community Center, located on State Route 301,
Workshop Players Theater proudly presents “Steel Magno- 4-H fund-raiser just north of the intersection with State Route 224.
lias,” directed by Judy MacKeigan. “Steel Magnolias” takes A Swiss Steak Dinner by the Ruritan Club will be served on
Workshop Players back to the 90s with this epic tale set in Lorain County’s 4-H program currently helps over 2,000 March 17, from 5-7 p.m. Cost is $9 for adults and $5 for chil-
Truvy’s beauty parlor. Since everybody who is anybody in youth (ages 5-18) develop skills to become successful contrib- dren under 12. Reservations are needed. Call before March 15
Chinquapin, Louisiana gathers in Truvy’s salon, audiences are uting adults in our society. With support from donors, they are for reservations at (440) 823-9758 or (330) 625-2514.
treated to a slice of southern life that is alternately hilarious and able to continue to keep the 4-H program in Lorain County - The Black River Comedy Club is a non-profit organization.
touching. Truvy dispenses free advice to the town curmudgeon one of the best in Ohio. All proceeds benefit local and neighboring communities.
Ouiser, the eccentric Miss Clairee and the practical M’Lynne,
whose pretty daughter Shelby is about to be married as the play
opens. The sustaining quality of friendship is reinforced as
these women’s stories unfold. We Will DOUBLE Your
Cast: Kathy Dean-Dielman, Samantha Fischer, Alicia Fo-
gal, Bernadette Hisey, Melissa Hubbard and Mary Manos
Mitchem. Auto Show BONUS CASH!
Show dates continue March 16, 17, 18, 23, 24 & 25. Shows
now start at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday matinees are still at 3 p.m. Valid on Cruze, Malibu,
Doors open 45 minutes before show time. Tickets are $15 each.
Group rates are available. Trax, and Silverado 1500 46767 State Rt. 18 W.,
Workshop Players is located at 44820 Middle Ridge Rd., in Wellington, OH 44090
Amhert. Box Office: (440) 988-5613; www.workshopplayers. $500 becomes $1000
Bluebird Basics $1000 becomes $2000
Have you ever seen a bluebird? Are you interested in learn- 440-647-5381 • 800-322-5381
ing more about these beautiful native songbirds? AUTO SHOW BONUS CASH ENDS 3/12/18
On Tuesday, March 20, Penny and Fritz Brandau, members
of the Black River Audubon Society and the Ohio Bluebird So- PLUS QUALIFY FOR AN 0% Financing
ciety, will give a presentation about Eastern Bluebirds at 6:30 NEW 2017 EXTRA DISCOUNT*
p.m. at the Huron County Community Library, located at 33 Asian Conquest Cash -$2,500
Pleasant St., in Wakeman. Clearance! Domestic Conquest Cash -$2,000 up to 72
This program will focus on how to choose the right bluebird Chevy Loyalty Cash -$1,000
habitat, what features to look for when choosing a bluebird nest
box, how to monitor your nest box and recognizing bluebird 2017 CHEVY CRUZE LT
predators. Please join us for a relaxing hour and learn how to #17015 months
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Since class size is limited, registration is requested by call- Clearance Disc $1,687
ing the library at (440) 839-2976. GM Rebate $2,000 on 2018
DBL Auto Show Cash
JVS Culinary Program to host CLEARANCE FOR
Scholarship Dinner $19,183 Chevy Tahoe &
Pam Faragher would be tickled pink. It was always her hope *PLUS CONQUEST OR LOYALTY CASH
to start a scholarship for the Lorain County JVS culinary stu- Suburbans
dents and through the hard work of her family, the JVS staff,
students & alumni and numerous community members, her 2017 CHEVY MALIBU LT
dream is a reality. #17138
For the second year in a row, the JVS culinary program MSRP $26,000
is hosting the Pam Faragher Culinary Scholarship Memori- Clearance Disc $1,759
al Fund-raiser dinner. Last year the fund-raiser dinner raised GM Rebate $2,500
nearly $27,000 and it is the hope of JVS Culinary Arts senior DBL Auto Show Cash $1,000
instructor, Chef Tim Michitsch, that this year’s event will raise
even more. CLEARANCE FOR
The dinner is being held on Wednesday, March 14, begin- $20,741
ning at 6 p.m. at Lorain County JVS.
“The Pam Faragher Culinary Scholarship Memorial Fund *PLUS CONQUEST OR LOYALTY CASH
was created in May of 2017 as a way to celebrate the life of
Pam and her love of the Lorain County JVS and it’s culinary
program,” shared Michitsch. 2017 CHEVY TRAVERSE LT
Michitsch explained that Pam was a passionate and loyal #17059
guest of the JVS Buckeye Room Restaurant and was extreme- MSRP $39,170
ly impressed with the students’ skills and professionalism for Clearance Disc $1,800
many years. GM Rebate $1,750


J. A. KILBY ENT. Save THOUSANDS in interest!
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•Full Foundation Waterproofing •Wall Straightening, 2017 CHEVY SPARK #17066
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