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Published by The Rural-Urban Record, 2016-09-19 14:58:47


TheRural-Urban Record
“Your Free Weekly Community Newspaper”

Volume 61, No. 51 Columbia Station, Ohio June 27, 2016

Pages 12-13

Victory comes to Cleveland! The Cavs bring it home!

Left: Lebron James waves to fans. Middle: Skylar Cereshko of Strongsville watches the parade on the shoulders of her father Darren. Right: (L-R): Locals Kent Rodhe, Jarrod
Williams, Bobby Petras, Mitch Mikoletic and Zac Isenhour brave the crowds at the outside Watch Party on June 19 to see the Cavaliers win in the NBA Championship game.
Photo credits: Macy Clayton, Christie Cereshko and Mitch Mikoletic.

The Cavaliers and LeBron James brought victory to Cleveland in the final game with Golden State after a 52 year championship drought for the city. The
team had many history making moments throughout the season, but coming back to win the final three games to clinch the championship was undoubtedly the
most notable. They were the first team to accomplish that in basketball history.

The MVP led his team to victory, somehow finding the right motivation in the final game of seven to inspire the win.
LeBron had been tasked with delivering a championship to his hometown since he was in high school. No matter how many other titles he won, LeBron’s
legacy would not be complete until he won a title for Cleveland.
The Cavaliers have gotten close to a title before, but this year they brought it home to a loyal group of ecstatic fans who always “believed” it possible.

Local Band reunites for charity

Original members of the Mid-Nite Express Band (L-R): Jeff Miller, Kim Bryan, Al Pasadyn, The original Midnite-Express Band is reuniting for “One Last Ride” twenty-five years after
Gerald Hawley and Butch Marks. Not pictured is Greg Lundy. their last performance. Proceeds will benefit Milestone Autism Resources. The band will play
at the Wellington Eagles Club on Saturday, July 23, from 8-11 p.m. The event is open to the
public and the band invites all their fans to the show. The music caps off a fun day of activities
at the club. A car and bike cruise-in will be held from 11 a.m.-4 p.m., followed by a barbeque
festival from 4-8 p.m. The band will then take the stage.

The Midnite-Express Band was a popular country/rock cover band which performed local-
ly from 1981-1991. Their last performance was at Panther Trails on August 10, 1991. During
their decade together, the band played at various night clubs, weddings and festivals, the Lo-
rain County Fair, the Medina County Fair and Ponderosa Park with Waylon Jennings. They
also shared the stage with Earl Thomas Conley and Sawyer Brown. Scheduled to appear are
Al Pasadyn, Gerald Hawley, Jeff Miller, Butch Marks, Kim Bryan, and Greg Lundy. For more
information regarding the 25th reunion concert, contact Jeff Miller at (440) 396-3328.

Milestones Autism Resources Center helps individuals with autism reach their potential by
focusing on education. They also provide coaching for family members. The center conducts
conferences, workshops, professional development, referral calls and online resources to con-
nect the autism community with vital information, and each other. For more information about
Milestone Autism Resources, log onto

The Rural-Urban Record Community Carlisle 10 Grafton Twp. 18 Churches 8
Columbia 2 LaGrange 19 Profile page 9
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Page 2, RURAL-URBAN RECORD, June 27, 2016 the boy and girl soccer teams, Step 5 for the Varsity Football

football team, marching band, Coach. Classified Employ-
Dawn Dewerth cheerleading, persons with ee Contracts (approximately
disabilities, and graduating 40) were authorized for the
classes. Improvements were school year 2016/17. The
Columbia Community The Columbia Local in donations for their stadi- also required to make the sta- Board accepted volunteers
Garage Sale Schools Board Of Education um. In comparison, Colum- dium ADA compliant, EPA working with District athlet-
regular meeting was held on bia School District received compliant and keep insurance ic teams during the 2016/17
Columbia Station and the Columbia Chamber of Com- June 15. The minutes from about $50K in donations and affordable for the District. All school year.
merce are proud to be hosting the 3rd annual Columbia the May 18 Regular Meeting grant money to renovate the of the students would benefit
Community Garage Sales. were approved by the Board. football field. Wayne Brassell from the renovations of the The Board renewed the
The Board approved the re- said due to size of the commu- Art room and locker rooms at agreement for consultation
Being a Rural Community, it is hard to draw shoppers out ceipts, expenditures and bal- nity, there is a smaller pool of the High School. and support services with Pos-
to our garage sales. Most shoppers like to go to developments ances for the month ending contributors that all Columbia itive Education Program. The
or to cities where they can hit multiple sales all in the same May 31, 2016, the FY16 Final organizations approach. The The Board approved salary Board approved the 2016/17
day. Last year we held these sales and had 150+ participating Appropriations and the FY17 District presently sends out a notices for administrative staff book bills for Copopa and
houses. We made it easier for shoppers to come to Columbia Temporary Appropriations. tri-annual newsletter for mar- effective August 1, 2016. The Columbia Middle School (a
to purchase treasures and had a huge amount of traffic! They also approved the Prop- keting at a cost of $15,000 per Board approved the negoti- slight reduction for all grades
erty & Fleet Insurance annual year. But there is no way to ated agreements between the with the exception of 7th
When: Thurs., Fri. & Sat., July 14-16. Time: 9 a.m.-4 premium for FY17 of $33,960 get the community to READ Board of Education of the Co- grade, which had a $.02 in-
p.m. (hours may vary by address). Participating houses will (FY15/16 $33,915, FY14/15 the newsletter. The District lumbia Local School District crease). The Board contracted
be listed on handouts available to download and view on- $33,649). The Board accept- provides a presentation twice and the Ohio Association of North Coast tutoring, Easter
line. To have your house listed, please send your address, ed a donation of $800 from per year known as the State of Public School Employees Lo- Seals and Children’s Develop-
days and hours you will be “open” and a few items you will the Columbia Band Boosters the Schools. cal 382 for the period August mental Center for the extend-
be having in your sale to Mandie Andrews at: garagesale@ to the CHS Color Guard. 1, 2016 through July 31, 2019. ed school year services. If you do not have access to email, A parent suggested put- Graig Bansek said both con-
please contact Mandie by phone at (216) 409-6668. Partic- Three district parents at- ting some advertising of the tracts were ratified in less than The Board Meetings and
ipation is free… please share this with your neighbors and tended the meeting to learn District’s successes in a com- 8 hours. Patricia Eddy said ne- Work Sessions are open to the
friends. Deadline to list is noon on Friday, July 8. more about developments of munity welcome packet for gotiations were constructive. public. Both the Board and
the proposed random drug new residents. Wayne Brassell District invite the community
Letter to the Editor testing policy and its impact said the Columbia Commu- The Board approved the to attend, express concerns,
on the extracurricular activ- nity Foundation does make salary notices for exempt, su- make suggestions and share
To the Editor: ities, as discussed during last packets for new residents and pervisory and administrative ideas on how to make possible
Some observation on Julie Petras’s recent article in The Ru- month’s Work Session. Ad- would include the District employees effective August 1, additional sustainable oppor-
ral-Urban Record. I’m sure Julie is a very nice person, but her ditionally, a parent said they provided material. One par- 2016. Supplemental contracts tunities and how to best serve
article can hardly be viewed as “feel good.” We are talking about sought to make available to ent said other districts have an were awarded and one per- the students of the District.
a housing explosion that will benefit only a few property own- their kids as many opportu- alumni association that does son was added to the classi- The next two Regular Board
ers, developers and their cronies in Columbus. Columbia Station nities as possible and felt the marketing efforts for their dis- fied substitute employees list Meetings will be held August
will be in perpetual gridlock. 252, West River and Sprague Rd. District was too small and un- tricts. Columbia’s Alumni As- for the 2016/17 school year. 3 & 17. Board minutes will be
intersections will be parking lots during rush hours. You will be able to offer programs other sociation disbanded recently, One Supplemental Contract available at www.columbia.
able to get an oil change at Jake’s 252 Garage while waiting to districts have available (such donating remaining funds to modification was approved to Have a great July!
get through that intersection for the morning rush and a sand-
wich at the Butcher Block during the evening rush on the way as labs, sciences, fieldtrips, the library. Graig Bansek said
home. Property taxes will sky rocket, of course, we will need a career day, NASA guests and other options would be to seek
new high school, a bigger fire station, a bigger library, maybe our
won police force and that town hall will never do. We definitely Free Hot Meal & Food Pantrymore extracurricular activi- corporate sponsors. One par-
have to replace that. We’ll need more $6,000 rocks to identify ties). ent suggested selling bricks to
those buildings also. I bet all that has been on the books since Sean Ondrejko explained alumni as an Alumnus Walk
2007 also. that the discussion about for- of Fame. The District will On Saturday, July 2, a free hot meal will be served and a
Has any thought been given to having the developers help feiture of games was just one consider polling the parents perishable foods pantry will be available at New Life Wes-
us finance all of these future taxes? A $5,000 to $10,000 fee for possible outcome stemming and students via possible re- leyan Church, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. This is a monthly event
every new home built would help lower our tax bills. Of course from “establishing” the ran- sources at Ashland University held on the first Saturday. The meal and food pantry (featuring
the developers’ lawyers will argue that they are being singled out dom drug testing policy if a or LCCC. fresh perishable foods) is available at no charge to all local
and treated unfairly, unlike the taxpayers of Columbia Station. teammate on one of the small- residents.
H. Sigmund, Columbia Station er teams tested positive. Steve Moore said the Dis-
trict’s goal is to focus on offer- The church is located at 11149 West River Road, in Co-
Olmsted Heritage Days needs You Graig Bansek reviewed ing sustainable services that lumbia Station. For more information, please contact Kathy at
Be a part of Olmsted History!!! the present open enrollment can benefit the largest portion (440) 840-2923 or Susan at (216) 906-5091.

“That’s the Spirit” statistics. The District open of the student population. The
enrollment sees about $258K stadium improvements benefit COLUMBIA NEWS CONTINUED ON PAGE 4
Parade ~ August 4, 2016 given to other schools for
Kick Off ~ Thursday @ 6:30 pm households choosing to go to
Festival Days ~ August 5 - 7, 2016 charter, homeschool and pri-
Fri. ~ (Kid’s Day) 11 am to 10 pm vate schools. However, the
Sat. ~ 11 am to 10 pm District receives $500K for
Sunday ~ Noon to 5 pm students coming to Columbia
from other Districts. Wayne
Sponsored By YOU! Brassell said with the increase
in housing, the number of stu-
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are not having as many chil-
Historic Downtown Olmsted Falls, Ohio dren these days). The District
Historic Grand Pacific Junction has not yet seen an increase
in student population from re-
cent new home builds. Addi-
tionally, the District would not
see additional money from the
state for additional students
until after a new levy passes,
even though the District may
receive additional students be-
fore then.
The District does not of-
fer track due to the cost of
approximately $25,000 after
renting a field from another
District, paying a coach sal-
ary and other related costs • MULCH
for a small percentage of the
student population. The track
was not an option at the foot-
J&J Greenhouse ball field as it would not have • STONE
met regulations. The District
“We Grow On You” had done away with French as
a foreign language due to the
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and the cost to support that
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Steve Moore said the pri-
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percentile in technology, but
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Page 4, RURAL-URBAN RECORD, June 27, 2016 up and running. The Issue I project for this year will not begin meet June 29, NOACA will meet July 8 and Northeast Ohio
COLUMBIA NEWS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2 until July. An Issue I project for next year will be submitted - a Township Association will meet June 30 in Lexington Township,
culvert replacement on Hawke Road. That project will have to be Stark County. Mr. Musto reported that NEOSORD is revising its
Columbia Trustees Meeting a joint project between Eaton Township and Columbia as Hawke sewer rates but the stormwater fees will remain unchanged until
is in both townships. 2021. Dale Rundle reported that RLCWA will meet on Wednes-
The Columbia Township Board of Trustees met June 19 with day, June 22, at noon to bid out the Columbia water tank. The
all three trustees present and the Fiscal Officer, Jackie Ramsey. The Fire Chief reported 32 on file, 32 on call, 82 fire calls regular meetings will be changed to the first Wednesday of the
The minutes of the previous meeting were accepted as written. to date and 288 EMS calls. There were 12 mutual aid assists month from the 2nd Wednesday.
The Trustees voted to pay the bills and payroll. The bills amount- and 18 mutual aid requests. Transport billing for May brought
ed to $68,128.21 and the payroll amounted to $23,330.68, bring- in $9,825.35, bringing the total for the year to $50,806.70. The The Fiscal Officer called for a Budget Hearing for the 2017
ing the total to $91,458.89. The receipts totaled $22,330.36. annual pump testing is finished. There will be a Blood Drive budget. It will be held on July 5 at 7 p.m.
on Friday, June 24, from 3-8 p.m. at the fire station during the
Department Reports Homecoming Days. The Department is looking into a backup After Community Input, the meeting was adjourned. The
Two single family home permits were issued within the last radio system in case of a major catastrophe where cell phones next regular meeting will be on Tuesday, July 5, at 7 p.m.
two weeks, bringing the total to 11 for the year. Under viola- and wi-fi go down.
tions, a resident who had been sent a letter regarding junk and Tony D seeks loving home
debris on the property was invited to the meeting to explain his Old Business
situation. The Zoning Inspector related how the Ohio Revised Some residents in the Columbia Reserve Subdivision are re- Tony D Shepherd. He has all his vac-
Code had changed to no longer allowing debris, etc. behind a pairing their mounds themselves, but there is more work to do Tony D (D’nozo…named cines and has been neutered.
fence - it had to be garaged. The resident said that it would be a on them when the Homeowners Association takes over. Right after Tony in NCIS) is a Tony D was abandoned at
financial hardship to build a garage. However, no decision could now Columbia is waiting to hear from the Comprehensive Plan 6-year-old mini Australian a dog pound before being
be reached on a time table to have everything cleaned up, so the consultants before any action can take place. The Lorain County rescued by Ziggy’s Friends,
Trustees voted to send the matter to the prosecutor. Other viola- General Health District Mini Grant for the Walking Trail Exten- which blows me away be-
tions covered businesses with temporary signs. They were told to sion in the Columbia park is done. Be sure to take a walk on it. cause he’s do darn cute! He
remove them. All but two businesses have complied. The Zoning Part of the grant requirements is to acknowledge the grant and loves to cuddle and go for
Commission will meet on July 7 at 6 p.m. They are working on hold photo ops and put up signage. This will take place on June walks and get belly rubs. He
the Comprehensive Plan, Mixed Uses,and Private Drives. There 24, at 3 p.m. The street light at Riverview and West River will would do best as the only pet
is no meeting in June for the Board of Zoning Appeals. be put up soon. According to Ohio Edison they are swamped and with no small babies or
The Road-Service Director reported that all equipment was with work. There are still 4 projects ahead of this one, but they toddlers please - he’s too tiny
will notify the township when they are ready to start the project. for that. At 6, Tony D would
HYDROPONICS Plans for the lots in Columbia Reserve with utility connection love a nice quiet home.
issues are starting. The developers/builders have said they will
The Indoor Gardener put everything back the way it was. The Trustees have said that If you would like to meet
Store this will necessitate going back to Lorain County Planning. Until Tony D, please call June with
then, the moratorium still stands on the sale of those lots. The Ziggy’s Friends at (440) 522-
Grow Lights • Nutrients repair of the basketball courts has to be postponed until after the 858.
Grow Media and More! Homecoming Festival. The contractor selected to put up the new
salt shed is finishing a project. He will be in Columbia in two GOD BLESS AMERICA
23005 Sprague Rd, Unit 5 weeks to start ours. The information and prices on the new truck
Columbia Station for the township is ready for the Trustees’ decision. The Trustees Premier Quality Metal Roofs by Local Amish Contractors
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Mr. Cunningham reported that the Lorain County Township
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nothing listed on the Rocky River Watershed Council website.
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Columbia Library events Popcorn and a Movie - Enjoy popcorn and a family friendly RURAL-URBAN RECORD, June 27, 2016 Page 5
movie on Wednesday, July 6 at 2 p.m. This PG-rated flick takes er, Myranda Parobek, Kaitlin Pettegrew, Hannah Primozic, Jes-
The library will be closed for Independence Day on Monday, you on a quest to find a legendary treasure – a journey that in- sica Saki, Julianne Schulte, Emma Seitz, Lily Smith, Madison
July 4. cludes stealing the Declaration of Independence! Pre-registra- Spirnak, James Sprinkle, Jordan Titherage, Julia Vozar, Jordan
tion is required. Wasko, Magdalena Welker, William Wentz, Natalie Wilkins,
Minecraft Club - Join a new club! Children and teens ages 10 Courtney Yoder and Kassi Zeinert
and above are invited to sign up for Minecraft Club that meets Astronaut Fitness - Participate in an interactive program led
next on Tuesday, June 28, from 6-7 p.m. Activities may include by staff from the Armstrong Air & Space Museum on Wednes- Honor Roll: Adam Alten, Amber Caldwell, Jake Garrow,
free play, group games, challenges and Minecraft-related crafts. day, July 6, at 6 p.m. Astronauts have to be physically fit to mas- Kyle Heidecker, Ashley Henry, Savannah Ives, Sarah Robison
Pre-registration is required. ter their job. Learn how they train for missions and maintain their and Todd Schmidt.
health during months in space. Plus see an Apollo-style space
Fitness Tracker Disguise Tips - Learn some fun, funky and suit when staff demonstrates the challenges of wearing one. All Merit Roll: Haley Bures, Samantha Calvey, Troy Cassidy,
even glamorous ways to disguise your fitness tracker on Wednes- ages will enjoy this program.Pre-registration is required. Courtney Cummings, Adrian Frederick, Katelin Hughart, Jo-
day, June 29, from 6-7 p.m. Adults, step in to the library to make seph Kobiloinsky, Thomas Lupica, Alec Paine, Rebecca Pierce,
a new bracelet for your tracker during this program. Pre-registra- Book Page Crafts - Adults, make a beautiful new creation Weronika Rapacz, Trevor Rindfleisch, Eric Schaef, Rachel
tion is required. by recycling old books on Thursday, July 7, from 6-7:30 p.m. Sprouse, Erik Tallos and Nathaniel Wetzel.
Pre-registration is required.
Booking It For Fitness Walking Club - Looking to get a little 11th Grade
bit of exercise and make new friends? Join the new walking club Library Night with Lorain County Ironmen - See the Lorain High Honor Roll: Payton Alpine, Denise Biljes, Halle
on Saturdays at 11 a.m. This group makes use of the beautiful County Ironmen play for free! Show your library card at The Campbell, Jasmine Caraballo, Audrey Chonko, Madilyn Cox,
adjacent walking trail in the Columbia Township Park. Meet in Pipe Yard on Saturday, July 9 for free admission to that night’s Bailey Dillon, Morgan Elek, Tatyana Ellis, Hattie Gault, Baylee
the library’s meeting room and grab a water bottle, which will game. The game starts at 7:05 p.m. The Pipe Yard is located at Silvaggio, Leah Spielberger, Shelby Stevens, Rachel Tacchite,
be provided for your walk. Come early to check out the library 2840 Meister Road in Lorain. For more information, call the li- Rebecca Tacchite, Miya Timura, Isabella Trombetto, Conrad
displays on all things health and fitness, or have a staff member brary at 440-244-1192 or 1-800-322-READ. Welker, Alyssa Wood and Logan Zeinert.
help you load your device with digital audiobooks or music from Honor Roll: Candice Ballachino, Taylor Beck, Owen Elias,
the library website to make your workouts more entertaining. Registration for programs and additional information is avail- Samuel Gunther, McKenna Heidecker, Nicole Kittelberger,
able online at or by calling the Colum- Shannan Martynowski, Hannah Nolen, Kaitlyn O’Neal, Scott
Story Times - The summer sessions of preschool and toddler bia Library at (440) 236-8751. The Columbia Library is located Schlegel, Sarah Severo, Torrie Shields, Dana Trujillo and Alexis
story times start Tuesday, July 5. At 10:15 a.m., children between at 13824 W. River Road North. Wood.
the ages of 3 and 6 years old with their caregivers will enjoy Merit Roll: Lance Boise, Colton Demagall, Ashley Goeb-
stories, music, crafts and more. At 11 a.m., beginning walkers CHS Honor/Merit Roll el, Jared Heidecker, Kristina Pack, Andrew Schneider, Cody
to 3-year-olds and their caregivers will learn with stories, music, Schwartz, Nathaniel Smith, Jacob Weinmann and Garrhett
movement and rhymes. Dad and Me Story Time is on Saturday, 9th Grade Wheatley.
July 9 at 10:30 a.m. Dads and grandfathers are invited to bring High Honor Roll: Jennifer Boey, Jared Bycznski, Saman-
the kids for a fun-filled story time with books, songs, games and tha Carrico, Benjamin Champagne, Bailey Coleman, Matthew 12th Grade
more. Pre-registration is required . Dixon, Courtney Faber, Danielle Gerda, Serena Goode, Jillian High Honor Roll: Sara Aniol, Martin Barnard, Owen Barta,
Grzywna, Tyler Hite, Connor Hutchinson, Allysia Leap, Steph- Brianna Berkley, Jacquelyne Dembie, Laycie Hagen, Samantha
Mystery Book Discussion - Thirty years ago, two young girls anie Makowski, Nicholas Milluzzi, Anthony Mirisola, Andrew Henry, Nathan Hite, Shawn Hodson, Sara Kalinowski, Macken-
disappeared. Now after a traffic accident, a disoriented woman Perrott, Ryan Petit, Savannah Roberts, Danielle Roginsky, Adam zie Keaton, Danny Malin, Cullen Nagle, Bailey Patouhas, Mor-
claims to be one of the girls but everything she tells police leads Ross, Benjamin Skowronsky, Annie Sprinkle, Ambriel Stair, gan Peters, Tessa Quinn, Brooklyn Roberts, Austin Ruggles, Ali-
them to dead ends. Find out if she knows something in “What Carissa Templeton, Emily Titherage, Lizzabeth Whatmore and son Schafer, Annaliese Silvay, Justin Tacchite and Linus Wright.
the Dead Know” by Laura Lippman. Borrow this novel and dis- Logan Wos.
cuss it with other mystery lovers on Tuesday, July 5 at 6:30 p.m. Honor Roll: Benjamin Alten, Justin Bell, Brandon Coleman, SEE HONOR ROLL ON PAGE 7
Copies of the book are available at the desk. Pre-registration is Andrew Collins, Alexis Corbett, Jay DeLisle, Jordan Hawley,
required. Robin Hensley, Thomas Hones, Jackson Ives, Joseph Janke, A Family Tradition Since 1955
Michael Lovell, Kelsey Palmer, Cole Schwartz, Kaylee Sevic, The Monteleones
New Antique Store... Come check us out! Daniel Snakovsky and Riley Thomas.
Open Daily 10am-5pm, Sundays opening at 11am Merit Roll: Andrew Anthony, Nicole Ballachino, Alexis 29320 Lorain Rd. N. Olmsted 440-360-7995
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HONOR ROLL CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5 Adoption fees are $20 for 1 private, non-profit humane RURAL-URBAN RECORD, June 27, 2016 Page 7
Honor Roll: David Delahunty, Bethany Dixon, Milo Drumm, year and older and $50 for society. They depend on the
less than 1 year old. All cats generosity and financial sup- Historical Society
Trevor Fess, Samuel Krizek, Shane Mullar, Samuel Nagle, Tay- have been spayed or neu- port of the public to serve the Ice Cream Social
lor Napoli, Jaymie Pekrul, Edward Satterfield, James Surman, tered, vaccinated, dewormed people and animals of Lorain
Kristne Swartz, Jacob Viccarone and Nicole Wiltrout. and have tested negative for County. The Lorain County Historical Society’s popular Ice Cream
FeLV. Friendship APL is a Social fund-raiser at The Hickories Museum returns to offer
Merit Roll: Rachel Borrhello, Brian Brophy, Matthew Freed- good old fashioned family fun. Join them on Sunday, July 10,
son, James Jacobs, Jesse Lambert, Leah LaMonica, Wolfgang Tax Bills sent from 1-5 p.m. to enjoy The Hickories Museum and grounds, an-
Loos, Brandon Maher, Amber Nebinger, Christa Nichols, Joseph tique vehicles, historical displays featuring 1916 and 1966, live
Osterndorff, Cody Reichard, Dustin Seibert, Suzanna Szabados, Daniel J. Talarek, Lorain County Treasurer has announced musical entertainment, an onsite broadcast of oldies music by
Cole Thomas and David Wos. that Real Estate Tax and Special Assessment Bills have been pro- WOBL1320 AM, old fashioned games, a cake walk for the chil-
cessed and mailed. Taxpayers should have received their bills by dren and some of the best desserts in the county!
JVS 9th Grade June 20, with a July 8, 2016 due date. Payments will be accepted
High Honor Roll: Cassandra McDowell. at the Treasurer’s Office Monday-Friday, between the hours of 8 Ticket price includes ice cream and cake or pie, and a tour of
Merit Roll: Elizabeth Henning and Cole Witte. a.m. - 4:30 p.m. The Hickories Museum, located at 509 Washington Avenue, in
Elyria. Tickets are $5 per person pre-sale and $6 at the Social.
JVS 10th Grade Property owners may also submit payment at a local branch For more information, please contact LCHS at (440) 322-3341,
High Honor Roll: Jeffrey Hershey. of First Federal of Lorain. Taxpayers that choose to mail their visit or e-mail [email protected].
Merit Roll: Anthony Elek, Corey Garrow andAnthony Mun- checks will be considered timely if their payment is postmarked
cie. on or before July 8, 2016. Ohio Law requires that a ten percent Also available will be hot dogs, Sloppy Joes, chips, popcorn,
penalty fee be assessed to all payments postmarked after the ice cold fresh lemonade, soda, hot coffee and bottled spring wa-
JVS 11th Grade closing date. ter. This event is open to the public.
High Honor Roll: Hailey Delzeith, Alexis Jones, Joseph
Meyers, Matthew Olah and Dylan Vandal. Cedar Point Strongsville Historical Society
Honor Roll: Aric Paine, Dylan Risdon, Cameron Rose, Keith Kids Drawing Contest! Pot Luck
Washington and Thomas Widenmeyer Jr.
Merit Roll: Clea Gonzalez, Victoria Lindsey, Ray Potter and Radio Stations WOBL & WDLW announced their 2nd annual Strongsville Historical Society is inviting you to an old fash-
Genevieve Wetzel. “Get To The Point” Cedar Point Kids Drawing Contest! All kids, ioned “pot luck” in the Lathrop House (the big yellow Victorian)
17 and under, are invited to submit a drawing of their favorite in the Strongsville Historic Village on the corner of Pearl Road
JVS 12th Grade thing at Cedar Point. It can be their world famous French Fries, and Zverina Drive in Strongsville. Enjoy an evening with “the
High Honor Roll: Ashley Delzeith, Nathan Ennemoser, Wil- a favorite ride, the beach…whatever their favorite thing at Cedar Locals” and “the Villagers” while perhaps gathering some new
liam Saki and Tyler White. Point is, we want them to draw it and share it with us. Feel free to recipes. Festivities begin June 28, at 6 p.m. There is always free
Honor Roll: Andrew Kiley. use crayons, markers, colored pencils, duct tape and glitter, and parking beside the grounds of the Village. Beverages will be pro-
Merit Roll: Celina Hayes, Macy Petry and Tyler Yarsky. it can be any size, from tiny to extra large. vided, but you will need to bring your food to share and your
place setting. All are welcome. Call (440) 572-0057 for more
Jimmy seeks loving home This is a great opportunity for a family of 6 to have a great information, look for them at their web site, www.strongsville-
time on the shores of Lake Erie this summer with six (6) tickets, on Face Book and the Strongsville City
Jimmy pet, brushed and have his chin to Cedar Point and $100 in cash fun money! Calendar.
Jimmy is such a sweet- scratched. Jimmy hasn’t been
heart! He is an adorable 9- around dogs or children. He All drawings can be dropped off in person at WOBL/WDLW, Dawn DeWerth
year-old whose elderly own- is friendly with adults and 45624 U.S. Route 20, in Oberlin or by mailing them to: WOBL/ 10380 Greenview Drive
er became too ill to care for lived with other cats. Jim- WDLW, Attn: Cedar Point, P.O. Box 277, Oberlin, OH 44074. Columbia Station, OH 44028
him. Jimmy enjoys a quiet life my is timid at the shelter and The staff of Radio Stations WOBL and WDLW will vote on their 440.212.5683 • [email protected]
so the sooner he is back in a can’t wait for the day that he favorite creation.
loving home the better. His is a pet again. If you would
owner said that he likes to be like to give Jimmy a loving, Rules/Regulations:
forever home, please call the This contest is open to all kids 17 and under. Limit to one
Friendship Animal Protective drawing per child, per household. Drawing must include child’s
League at (440) 322-4321. name, age, address and phone number. Prize package must be
( claimed by winning child’s parent(s) or legal guardian(s) and
picked up in person at WOBL/WDLW. Deadline to enter is
The shelter is located at Wednesday, July 6, 2016. Winner will be chosen and notified
8303 Murray Ridge Road, in by phone on Monday, July 11, 2016. Cedar Point tickets are not
Elyria. Their hours are from valid after 9/5/16.
11 a.m.-4:30 p.m. on Mon- If you have any questions or need more information, please
day, Friday & Saturday; from call (440) 774-1320, ext. 23, or visit
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Page 8, RURAL-URBAN RECORD, June 27, 2016 Our Lady Queen of Peace St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church St. Elizabeth
Catholic Church Ann Seton
The Rural-Urban Record All are welcome at
Weekend Masses Weekday Catholic Parish
Published Weekly on Monday Sat. 4:30pm Mass God’s Table.
8:00am 25801 Royalton Rd.
Abel E. Carpenter & Grace A. Carpenter Sun. 8:30 & Chapel Sunday Worship Schedule Columbia Station, OH
Founders 1955 8:30 am Quiet Communion Service
11:00am Mon.-Tues. Sacrament of Reconciliation
Lee Boise, Publisher & President Confession: Thurs.-Fri. 9:30 am Christian Education for all ages (Confession)
Leonard Boise, Publisher 1993-2010 10:30 am Communion Service with Music
Sat. 3:30- Sat., 4 p.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Mailing Address: Children’s sermon at both services Anytime by Appointment
P.O. Box 966, Columbia Station, OH 44028 4:00pm
Located at 24487 Squire Rd, Columbia Station 300 3rd Street, Elyria, Ohio Weekend Masses
Phone: 440-236-8982 • Fax: 440-236-9198 ~708 Erie St., Grafton • 440-926-2364~ (440) 322-2126 Sat. 5 p.m.

Email: [email protected] Sun. 8 & 11 a.m.
Website: Like us on Facebook
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OFFICE HOURS: Mon-Thurs., 9am-4pm “Welcome Home” NORTH TRINITY
Out of Area Subscriptions - $35/year EATON
Lighthouse Bible Church CHURCH
11149 West River Rd, 38307 W. Royalton Rd.
24050 Royalton Rd, Columbia Station, OH Columbia Station (Disciples) Grafton (Rts. 82 & 57)

8:00AM & 10:30AM Adult Bible Study SUNDAY 10 AM 440-748-2230 9:30am
440-236-6341 Worship & Children’s Church
WEDNESDAY 6:45 PM Church ph: 440-748-2154
Adult Study, Women’s Study, Preschool ph: 440-748-3445
Teens, Kids Club Worship Services
Rev. Steven Spaeth,
8:00am & 9:30am Rev. John Ramsey II
GRAFTON UNITED United Church of God 440-236-8600 Sunday School
12981 Grafton Rd.
METHODIST CHURCH Grafton, Oh 44044 10:45am

973 Mechanic St. •Grafton •926-2034 Sabbath Services Polly Tallos
“We Celebrate Children” Saturdays at 12:30 pm
Christian Ed. & Youth Director
8:45am Sunday School
10:00am Worship Rev. Charles A. Butcher

10:35am Children’s Church Pastor

Rev. Bob Kuntz, Pastor COLUMBIA UNITED
Pittsfield Church VBS SEAS 40-year Anniversary CHURCH

“Ocean Commotiion - Diving Into Noah’s Flood,” will This year, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton is celebrating 40 Worship Service
be the theme for the Vacation Bible School, July 11-15, years of service to Catholics and others in the Columbia 10:30 a.m.
from 9-11:45 a.m. at the Pittsfield Community Church, lo- Station area. SEAS was founded July 4, 1976. Hundreds
cated on the corner of Rts. 58 and 303, in Pittsfield Town- of baptisms, confirmations, marriages and funeral services Sunday School
ship (Wellington). For more information, call (440) 774- have been performed during that period, as well as daily
2162. masses, faith formation and education. PSR (Parish School during Worship Service
of Religion) has provided an ongoing structured program
Belden UMC VBS of teaching the basic moral and theological principles of 25453 ROYALTON ROAD
the Catholic Christian Faith for the youth of our area. Char- COLUMBIA STATION, OHIO
Belden United Methodist Church invites all children to itable donations and works also have been a very import-
get ready for fun at Surf Shack: Catch the Wave of God’s ant part of the Christian mission of SEAS Roman Catholic Pastor Matt Merriman
Amazing Love. Come discover how to surf through life Church of Columbia Station. The SEAS Guiding Mission 236-8822
with God and others! The fun happens July 11-15, from is to gather together as a Christian Community and walk
6:30-8:30 p.m. at the church, at 36130 State Rts. 303, with the Lord, reach out to others, develop spiritually and [email protected]
in Grafton. Surf Shack is for all children ages preschool celebrate together as a family, as SEAS has done these past
through 8th grade (the grade they will be in for the school 40 years and is still doing during this proclaimed Year of
year 2016-2017). To be a part of all the excitement at Surf Mercy. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton P.S.R.
Shack, preregister by calling the church at (440) 926-2209.
Health District seeks The deadline for enrollment of PSR at St. Elizabeth Ann
Bible School thank you community feedback Seton Church is July 1. We miss those who have not been
registered as of yet. The significance of Religious Educa-
The Community VBS “Camp Discovery” was a suc- The Lorain County General Health District is com- tion in your child’s life is very important to us.
cess! Thank you to all the churches and their volunteers. mitted to providing high quality programs and services to
Without all your help it wouldn’t have turned out so great! meet the county’s needs. The Health District is seeking It is not to late to register! Please call the Religious Edu-
community feedback in an online survey to assist in plan- cation office at 236-3711 to register, or stop in at the church
Thanks to Schild’s IGA and Sundae Funday’s for your ning for the future. and pick up a registration form. Classes start in early Sep-
donations to the Community VBS. Thanks to the S.E.A.S. tember.
Knights of Columbus for cooking the food for the VBS pic- Many are unaware of the programs and services offered
nic. Thank you to the Columbia Fire Department for mak- by the Lorain County General Health District. The Health
ing a visit to the VBS. District inspects restaurants and grocery stores, monitors
water quality, provides immunizations, defends the public
With all of us working together it was very enjoyable against infectious diseases and works with school districts
and the children loved it! to provide health services for students. These programs
and services represent only a fraction of the work the Lo-
PAL Support Group rain County General Health District conducts behind the
scenes to keep Lorain County safe and healthy.
Parents of Addicted Loved Ones (PAL) is a support
group of parents helping parents. They offer education and “Our decisions affect the entire community,” said
support at no charge for parents who are trying to save a Health Commissioner Dave Covell. “The community’s
son or daughter from addiction. These meetings are not for input is instrumental in making sure we take the right
the addict, but the family members that are 18 yrs. or older. steps to provide high quality public health to more than
300,000 residents, and thousands of businesses, and es-
The group meets on the 1st and 3rd Monday of the tablishments.”
month from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Lighthouse Bible Church,
located at 24050 Royalton Road, in Columbia Station. To participate in the survey, follow this link: http:// For more information, con-
tact the LCGHD at 440-322-6367 or visit LorainCounty-
FUNERAL HOME For more tips on how to keep healthy, follow
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Page 10, RURAL-URBAN RECORD, June 27, 2016 Free Community Meal Registration closes on July 31. The cost is $30 per adult and
includes lunch, dinner and all activity materials and equipment.
Attention residents A free home-cooked meal will be served on Tuesday, June If you have any questions, contact [email protected], or call
28, at 5:30 p.m. at North Eaton Christian Church. Plan to join Michele Weilnau at (419) 755-4345. If you would like to volun-
The Carlisle Township Fire Department will be flushing hy- them for good food and fellowship and to meet and make new teer a skill or help prepare for this event, contact gscout@aol.
drants, both City Water and Rural Water, in Carlisle Township friends. The church is located at 35895 Royalton Rd., (Rt. 82 com or look on Facebook: Camp-Timberlane-60th-Anniversa-
through July. near Rt. 83), in Eaton. Doors open at 5 p.m. For more informa- ry-Reunion.
tion, call the church office at (440) 748-2230.
Members of fire department will be flushing hydrants ap- To register for the event, go to, go to the events
proximately 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Tuesdays-Thursday s. Areas affect- Composting Site Hours tab and enter, then go to the search tab and enter Camp Timber-
ed include: Ravine’s Edge, Carlisle Woods, LaGrange Rd. area, lane Reunion and follow the instructions for registration. Spread
Slife Road area, Brentwood area and Hope Court for Rural Wa- The Composting Site at Eaton Township, located at 12043 S. the word and tell a friend and be prepared to have a good time!
ter; East River Road area, East Avenue-Grafton Road-Butternut Avon Belden Rd., is open through November 26, from 10 a.m. -
Ridge Road areas, Murray Ridge and Oberlin-Elyria Road-Hall 4 p.m., every Saturday. Twigs, grass, leaves and small brush are The Posey Depot
Road areas for City Water. acceptable.
Floral and Gift Shoppe
Flushing will not be conducted on inclement weather days. Girl Scouts 60th Anniversary 41304 Oberlin-Elyria Rd, Elyria, OH
Water may be discolored due to sediment being distributed. Run of Camp Timberlane
water until clear. For additional information, the station contact Hours: M-F 10-6, Sat-Sun 10-5
number is (440) 458-5178. The Girl Scouts of North East Ohio are celebrating the 60th
Anniversary of Camp Timberlane on Saturday, August 20, from Friday, July 1st
Youngstown State University 10 a.m.-10 p.m. at the camp on Green Rd. in Erie County. The PREVIEW - 4pm
President’s List event is for Girl Scout adult camp alumnae and friends.
The following local students at Youngstown State University Celebrate with other Timberlane alumnae and tour the camp ABSOLUTE AUCTION
were named to the President’s List for the Spring 2016 semester on a haywagon, or by hiking, to see the camp, new and old. En-
with 4.0 grade-point averages: joy renewing friendships and make some new friends. The day (Real Estate not included)
will include songs, crafts, a scavenger hunt, archery and water-
Tyla Corlew of Elyria - Criminal Justice; Raylene Crofts of front activities (includes pool and splash pad, plus watercraft on Auctioneer Richard ‘Ric’ Weitzel
Elyria - Criminal Justice; Ali Spigiel of Grafton - Criminal Jus- the lake). Check out displays at the Edgewater Program Cen- Questions Phone: 216-346-1312
tice; Michael Plas of Elyria - Pre Social Work; Shevon Bennett ter. Help identify some pictures and share copies of some you
of Elyria - Social Work; Sarah Conway of Elyria - Social Work; may have. End the day around a campfire by renewing the joy of
Jonathan Greenawalt of Elyria - Social Work; Holly Hill of Girl Scouting, until the last song is sung. Current membership is
Elyria - Social Work; Deborah Jorgensen of North Ridgeville not required - join the fun if you were ever a counselor, camper,
- Social Work; Anne Kearney of Elyria - Social Work; Jessie troop leader or just enjoyed being at Camp Timberlane sometime
Smith of Elyria - Social Work; and Bertha Toton of Elyria - So- during it’s 60 year history.
cial Work. Congratulations!
Did you know?
Notice is hereby given that the Eaton Township Zon-
Brake Calipers & ing Commission will hold A Public Hearings per O.R.C.
Automobile Parts Section 505.87 on at the Eaton Township Hall, 12043 S.
cannot be in the Avon Belden Rd., Grafton, Ohio 44044
Green Recycle Cart!
7PM June 29, 2016 pertaining to: Site Plan Review
Only Recyclables in the Green Cart! revisions regarding Stonecreek Development – Zoning
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Is Your Grill Ready for Your Tips for Perfectly Grilled
Culinary Imagination? Vegetables

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Fourth of July Barbecue

Master Magical Marinades Essentials

Grilled foods boast be enhanced with spices, with regard to texture or The 4th of July is fast have plenty of water avail- some friendly competition as
inviting flavors that put oil and herbs. color in a matter of min- approaching and revelers able to guests, and provide well.
many diners on the look- utes. across the nation are pre- sodas, iced tea and lemon-
out for second helpings. It’s important not to let paring to toast their inde- ade as well. Offer alcoholic Safety
Quite often the magic be- foods sit in marinades for It’s important to always pendence with family and beverages to adult guests, Though no one wants to
hind grilled meals lies in too long, as any alcohol, marinate foods in the re- friends. For many Ameri- but don’t go overboard stock- think of a 4th of July cele-
the marinade used to give acid or salt in the mixture frigerator. Food left sitting cans, backyard barbecues ing up on alcohol, as that bration taking a turn for the
foods that flavorful kick. can chemically “cook” the out on a counter - even are synonymous with the might encourage guests to worst, hosts must prepare
food in a process known when it’s in a marinade - Fourth of July, a day that, in overindulge. for emergencies. Restock
Marinades can be used as “denaturing.” Adhere to invites the growth of bac- the United States of America, the first-aid kit if necessary
to enhance the flavor of timing recommendations teria. If a recipe calls for commemorates the adoption Games and keep a constant eye on
meats, vegetables and when using store-bought marinating at room tem- of the Declaration of Inde- Backyard barbecues are guests, especially children,
poultry. While marinades marinades, and keep such perature, continue to mari- pendence by the Second most fun when guests are to ensure everyone is having
add flavor, they also may guidelines in mind when nate in the refrigerator, but Continental Congress on entertained, so plan to have a safe and happy time. Pro-
be responsible for some using homemade mari- extend the length of time July 4, 1776. some games available for gram a list of local taxi com-
other benefits in grilled nades as well. Many may you marinate. This helps guests of all ages. Encour- panies into your phone so
foods. tell you to let foods sit no to prevent foodborne ill- Precious few Americans age guests to bring a change you can easily call for trans-
longer than four hours. nesses. can say they have not been of clothes or swimsuits if portation should any guests
Marinades add flavor Marinades with citrus juic- present at a 4th of July barbe- games will involve water or have too much to drink
Defined as a savory es may require even less When marinating, use cue or witnessed a fireworks something that might soil during the festivities. Hosts
acidic sauce in which food time for flavor to pene- plastic or glass containers display honoring America’s their clothing. If you have a should abstain from alcohol
is soaked to enrich its fla- trate. so the marinade does not official declaration of inde- pool, purchase some pool so they can serve as desig-
vor, marinades help break cause a chemical reac- pendence from Great Britain. games so swimmers can nated driver should the need
down fiber and tenderize The timing of marinade tion, which may occur if Hosting a July 4th barbecue do more than just wade in arise at the end of the night.
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Page 14, RURAL-URBAN RECORD, June 27, 2016 Adult Writing Group Trustee Gordon reported that road man Albrecht had been
called in for a random ODOT drug/alcohol test. Trustee Gordon
Patriotic Music Concert On Thursday, June 30, from 6-7:30 p.m., the Herrick Me- reported that he and Trustee Johnson will borrow an asphalt
& Ice Cream Social morial Library Adult Writer’s Group meets again. saw from LaGrange Township to cut the damaged roadway by
Doug Johnson’s house. LaGrange Township will then repair an
Celebrate Independence Day with A Free Patriotic Musical The special writing project for this session is to write a 1-2 approximate 3’ x 20’ section of the roadway and bill the Town-
Concert and an Old Fashioned Ice Cream Social! page story, using the following words: blatantly; famillia; vi- ship.
cissitude; red; potato (potatoes); roses; parchment; oversight;
Your heart will swell with American pride on July 3, when book; stoic; suspense; beach; euphoria and paper. Trustee Johnson reported that he has 3 footers to pour at the
the Patriots Symphonic Band plays at Main Street Wellington’s cemetery. He had two checks for cemetery fees - one for $80
annual concert, sponsored by Mike Sunderman of Edward Jones New members are welcome to attend and participate in the and one for $100. Johnson reported that he has installed the
Investments. The band is comprised of 70 volunteer musicians current project, or just to meet the group. The group meets outlet needed by NCW for the security system and that NCW
from 23 Lorain County communities and lead by musical direc- bi-monthly on Thursdays, from 6-7:30 p.m. should complete the installation of the security system soon. He
tor Harry Pfingsten. The free performance will begin at 7 p.m. reported on the progress of the KEY Collaborative story book
and will include many patriotic selections, Broadway, Big-Band Registration is encouraged, as space is limited. To register, stroll installation. The Bookmobile will change out the story
and popular instrumentals, with a few vocals. call the Herrick Memorial Library at (440) 647-2120. every two weeks. Trustee Johnson reported that the Bookmo-
bile will be at the park on from 10-10:45 a.m. on 6/28 and every
There is no formal seating in Howk Park, so come early with Penfield Twp. Trustees meeting Tuesday through August. It was reported that the road closed
lawn chairs and blankets. A free, “Old Fashioned, Ice Cream sign on the east side of the bridge is in the ditch again.
Social” starts at 6 p.m., courtesy of Wellington’s Village Market. The June 6 regular meeting of the Penfield Township Trust-
ees was called to order at 7:30 p.m. All officers were present. With no additional business to discuss, the meeting was ad-
If the weather is inclement, the rain location is at the Patricia The meeting was attended by 9 guests. journed at 8:03 p.m. with a motion made by Lloyd Gordon sec-
Lindley Center for Performing Arts, located at 627 North Main onded by Duane Johnson. This motion was rescinded in order
Street in Wellington. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and ap- to open the Curtis Ditch bids. The bids were as follows: Phase
proved. Vouchers #11293-11337 and POs #36-38-2016 were II lateral - Big Trees - $21,980 & Haynes Land Improvement -
At dusk (around 9:30 p.m.) the Wellington Area Chamber of also approved. Fiscal Officer Denes read the correspondence, $25,856; Phase III - Big Trees - $33,750. A motion passed to
Commerce sponsors the popular annual Independence Day fire- which included the Sheriff’s report, the Pride Day wrap-up hire Big Trees for both Phases.
works at the Lorain County Fairgrounds. This is one of many and information regarding the Red Cross Blood Drive on 6/24.
community pride events coordinated by Main Street Wellington, Denes advised that the backflow device at the Town Hall has With no additional business to discuss, the meeting was ad-
Inc. For more information, please see www.mainstreetwelling- been tested and the one at the Park will be tested upon repair. journed at 8:11 p.m. or call (440) 647-3987. Denes questioned whether there would be any OPWC project
to apply for this year. After discussion, it was determined that Submitted by Vicki Denes, Fiscal Officer
there would be none this year. Denes reported that Ashland Re-
cycling had paid .02 cents per pound for the scent jugs. No Jr. Fair Board Tractor Pull
further jugs will be accepted until a better market is found.
All Makes, Models, CV Joints, Denes reported that Crest Fence had been contacted and the The Lorain County Jr. Fair Pulls are open to residents
Township can save $279 if we order both the vinyl fencing for Board Tractor Pull is sched- of any county. All tractors
AUTHORIZED U-Joints, Standard Transmission, the Eagle Scout project and the split rail fencing at the same uled for Sunday, July 3, at the will enter the infield by the
Medium & Heavy Duty Trucks, time. Vinny Tyrone will be ready to start his project late July Lorain County Fairgrounds. east track gate. Cars and spec-
or early August. A discussion was held and a motion passed to Weigh-in Starts at 6:30 a.m. tators will be allowed through
TRANSMISSIONS 4 Wheel Drive, Transfer Cases, purchase both fencing materials at the same time. Denes will and the Tractor Pull starts at the front gate. Entry forms
Front Wheel Drive, Overdrive call in theorder. 9:30 a.m. General Admission are available at weigh-in.
and Clutches is $5 and the Class Entry Fee
Zoning Inspector Richard Donahue discussed a problem is $20. RENT ME!
with a resident - Dennis Jordan selling fencing material from
his home. This has been an ongoing problem and after discus- Farmer’s Market
sion, the Trustees advised that a cease and desist order should
“Automatically Better” We are a full-service be sent. Trustee Richard Conrad questioned the fence going up Friday, June 17, was
on the Augustinov property at the corner of Foster Rd. & Rt. 18. Opening Day for the Wel-
T FREE TRANSMISSION He is concerned that it might be in the road right of way on Rt. lington Farmers’ Market! The
18 as the set back is greater on the State Route. Donahue will Farmers’ Market is located in
Repair Shop check and advise. downtown Wellington on the
RANS Estimates 440-355-6500 Willard Memorial Square,
T UUNE- P 417 North Center St. Zoning Secretary Linda Van Meter reported that there will which is a new site. The Pequea SL 10 Lime Spreader
LaGrange be a BZA Hearing on 6.22 at 7 p.m. to discuss a conditional Market features home- made
2371875 $ use permit for a bed and breakfast proposed by Vantilburgs on goods, home grown musicians KRYSTOWSKI
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Foster Rd. and monthly cooking demon- TRACTOR
99.95Starting at strations. The Market is on REBUILDERSASSOCIATION Trustee Conrad reported that he had contacted ODOT re- every Friday throughout the WELLINGTON OH 44090
garding the gravel at Foster and Rt. 18 and they will inspect season from 5-7 p.m. (440) 647-2015
and fix the problem. Resident Craig Moyer reported to Conrad
that the County is repairing Foster and Indian Hollow roads and
doing a good job.

RURAL-URBAN RECORD, June 27, 2016 Page 15


July 4th Freedom Celebration
July 3, 6 p.m.-Dusk & July 4, 11:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Insurance Freedom Peggy Karolak Ins Agency Inc
Celebration Peggy Karolak, Agent
Agency, Inc. Schedule of 805 Patriot Dr, Suite C
Wellington, OH 44090
• Business Events Bus: 440.647.4600
• Personal Fax: 440.647.3777
• Home & Auto July 3: [email protected]
6 p.m. - Ice cream Social
149 E. Herrick Avenue, 7 p.m. - “Patriots Symphonic Band”
Wellington, OH 44090 Dusk - Fireworks at the Fairgrounds (rain date July 8) The greatest compliment you can give is a referral.
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12 p.m. - Pet Parade
TOLL FREE: 1-800-589-3580 12-2 p.m. - Music: “The Wannabes” Honey • Creamed Honey • Honey Candy
FAX: 440-647-3112 12-5 p.m. - Cruise-In with “It’s Showtime,” DJ Honey Sweetened Jam & Jelly • Hand Cream
OFFICE: 440-647-3580 12-5 p.m. Life Share Blood Bank (So. of the game area)
CELL: 440-346-5078 12-5 p.m. - Dunk Tank Fun! Beeswax Lip Balm • Soaps • Gift Baskets
1 p.m. - Balloon Animals & ”Magic w/Robert E. from Beeswax Candles • Bee Collected Pollen
DAVID M. KING Cleveland Magic and Balloons”
1 p.m. - Children: Pedal Tractor Pull, ages 3 to 12 & Much More!
BROKER, REALTOR 1 p.m. - “Little Miss Firecracker” Contest Wayne & Valerie
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King Realty 3 p.m. - “Star Spangled Banner” sung by Ava Zietlow [email protected]
Parade Marshall: Friends of Findley State Park
206 North Main Street • Wellington, OH 44090 4-6 p.m. - Music: “Rock Island Band”
4 p.m. - Hot Dog Eating Contest 4 p.m. - Preschool Games
4:30 p.m. - Frog Jumping Contest: In the Park
5 p.m. - 50/50 Drawing

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39th Annual Ohio Scottish Games - Saturday, Friday, July 1 - Mallory San Marco - Humorous in advance for
June 25. acoustic singer-songwriter from Cleveland. attending the
Sunday, July 3 - Patriots Symphonic Band Spon-
Relay for Life - Willard Memorial Park - 1-800- sored by Edward Jones - Mike Sunderman. WELLINGTON
227-2345. Come at 6 p.m. to enjoy a free Old Fashioned Ice
Cream Social to celebrate our Independence! July 4th
Celebration in the Park - 6 p.m. Ice Cream Social; Friday, July 8 - Brambelin - Acoustic/Electric Rock, Freedom
7 p.m. Patriots Community Band Concert. Folk and Original Songs. Celebration
Friday, July 15 - Starship Truckers - Folk and Light
Independence Day - Monday, July 4, at 11:30 Rock. presented by
a.m. Activities in the Park; Fireworks at the Fair- Wellington Chamber
grounds at dusk. Friday, July 22 - Darlene Neptune - Inspirational.
Friday, July 29 - Becky Burkhardt - Christmas in July of Commerce
16th Annual Cheese Heritage Festival - Fri- and more. August Concerts are on Aug. 5 and 12.
day-Sunday, July 15-17. 5K/10K & 1 Mile Walk -
July 16, at 8:15 a.m. Farmer’s Market
Fridays from 5-7 p.m.
Lorain County Fair - Monday-Sunday, August Now-October 14
22-28. 115 Willard
Memorial Square
46th Annual LaGrange Engine Club Show - Fri-
day-Sunday, September 16-18.

Page 16, RURAL-URBAN RECORD, June 27, 2016 2013. The season starts in early to mid-August and ends in the Grafton-Midview Library
middle of October. For more information or to register, log onto
V.F.W. SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS or call Lisa Nicholson at (440) 506- To register for programs, call 926-3317, visit the library at
Grafton V.F.W. Post 3341 would like to announce and extend 1318. 983 Main Street or visit their website,
congratulations to their three scholarship recipients. They each
received $500. The first recipient is Katelyn Kundtz, daughter of SOCCER CAMP Puppetry Workshop - Tuesday, June 28, 6-7 p.m. Become
Mr. and Mrs. David Kundtz, who is enrolled at Bowling Green Boys and girls ages 3-14 are invited to participate in the 2016 the next Jim Henson through an interactive puppetry workshop
State University. She is planning to be a math teacher. The sec- Soccer Camp sponsored by the Midview Soccer Boosters, Mid- with the Center for Arts Inspired Learning. Create an original
ond recipient is Dalton Holtzman, son of Karen Holtzman, who view High School players and coaches. The camp will be held performance using upcycled hand and rod puppets.
will be attending Baldwin-Wallace University to become an at the Midview Soccer Complex, 16218 Chamberlain Rd. The
athletic trainer. The third recipient is Erica Frabotta, daughter 3-day camp will be held July 18-20, with July 21 as a rain make- Book Club Discussions - Tues., June 28, 6:30-7:30 p.m. &
of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Frabotta, who is enrolled at Cleveland up day. For more information, contact Lisa Nicholson at (440) Wednesday, June 29, 10-11 a.m. Discuss a book each month
State University earning a degree in Human Resources. Congrat- 506-1318 or email [email protected]. from different genres of non-fiction and fiction. Join us for this
ulations and good luck to all the recipients as they pursue their monthly conversation. Additional dates: Book Club meets 4th
educational endeavors. Winning Logo Tuesdays and Wednesdays of the month, unless otherwise stated.

FIREWORK DONATIONS NEEDED The Bicentennial Com- Garden Thyme: Sun Prints - Wednesday, June 29, 1:30-2:30
Independence Day fireworks will light up the Grafton sky at mittee has counted the votes p.m. Harness the power of the sun and your creativity. Join us
dusk on Saturday night, July 2. The village has hired the Zam- and is ready to present the to make delightful sun prints using only special light-sensitive
belli Company, who offered more fireworks for the same price. winning logo design. The paper, and the great outdoors! We will read some sunny stories,
Donations are still needed to defray the cost. Please place a do- logo will be used through- check up on our garden and enjoy the summer sun.
nation in the collection cans located at many Grafton businesses, out Grafton’s Bicentennial
or drop off donations at the village hall. year, 2017. It will be used at Salsa! - Thursday, June 30, 4 p.m. Come get in the groove!
events and will be on decora- Kids in grades 4-12 can learn the basics of Salsa dancing. The
BUSINESS ASSOCIATION MEETING tions and memorabilia. Center for Arts-Inspired Learning’s Kenya Woods will help kids
The next meeting of the revitalized business association will use Salsa as a means to discover personal strengths, express in-
be held on Wednesday morning, June 29, at 8 a.m. in the meeting Grafton Village Council dividuality, connect with peers and develop positive social skills
room of the Library. The agenda includes: a light breakfast meet and of course have fun!
and greet, voting on a name for the organization, a “what’s new” The Planning Commission joined the Grafton Village Coun-
with your business informational share time and a guest speaker. cil at their meeting on June 21. Councilman Jason Strah was Pages & Pizza - Thursday, June 30, 6-7 p.m. Create unique
Grafton area business owners are encouraged to attend and to vacationing and not in attendance. The Planning Commission jewelry, grab a few slices of pizza and discuss the book Cinder,
bring along another business representative. discussed two issues. The first issue is an ordinance to require by Marissa Meyer.
property owners in a planned community to use like material
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY MEETING when replacing a driveway. The second issue was to review the Storytime - Wednesdays, July 6 & 20 and August 3, 10-10:30
The July meeting of the Friends of the Grafton-Midview Li- definition of a pocket park and to discuss a pocket park as a con- a.m. Storytime is designed for children 3-6 years old. Each pro-
brary will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 5. They’ll be ditional use in a commercial business district. The issue will pave gram we will explore great books, fun concepts and engage in
meeting in the library’s Community Room. Please join them as the way for the new Bicentennial Park on the corner of Mechanic creative, educational activities.
they work to support our library. Minutes of the Friends meetings and Main Streets. A pocket park is defined as being one half acre
are available on-line at or at the circulation desk or less. A pocket park cannot contain playground equipment, sol- Tech Tutor - Wednesdays, July 6 and August 3, 9:30 a.m.-
at the library. id walls in landscaping, permanent sound equipment, nor food 12:30 p.m. & 2:30-4:30 p.m. Registration is recommended, how-
preparation or service. Temporary sound equipment and food ever walk-ins are welcome if no appointments are scheduled.
GOLF OUTING consumption are permitted. A second reading on the conditional Sessions are 60 minutes. GMPL is happy to schedule appoint-
The Holy Name Society of Our Lady Queen of Peace will use will be on the July 19 agenda with a public hearing and final ments as needed if Wednesday times do not work. Please contact
hold their annual 4-man Golf Scramble on Saturday, July 9, at vote to be held August 16. the Library at (440) 926-3317 or [email protected] to
Pine Brook Golf Course with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. The cost for schedule a Tech Tutor appointment.
the event is $65 per person and includes 18 holes of golf with After asking questions from a Quasar representative, council
cart, food, beverages and snacks.There will be various raffles, voted to enter into an agreement with Quasar for waste water Get in the Video Game - Thursdays, July 7 & 21 and August
skills games and the possibility of winning a new car with a hole- sludge removal. Council was invited to tour the company’s facil- 4, 1-3 p.m. Take a break from the heat and play your favorite
in-one on a designated par 3 hole. This event is sponsored by ity in Sheffield to see how the sludge is turned into methane gas video games at the Library. Available systems include Xbox 360,
Liberty Ford, Brunswick. Hole sponsors are being sought. Please and how the gas is then used. PS3, Wii and tablets. Bring in your own games to share or bor-
contact Jim Andrews at the Parish Office at (440) 926-2364 or row from the Library’s collection. Refreshments provided.
fill out the sponsor form online at Council then held a discussion as to retaining Poggemeyer
golf-outing. Design Group as the village’s engineering firm. Other engineer- Dads and Donuts - Saturday, July 9, 10-11 a.m. Dads are
ing companies have been interviewed. Grafton is currently work- invited to bring their little dudes or dudettes to the Library for a
MIDVIEW SOCCER LEAGUE REGISTRATION ing with PDG on several road projects and additional upcoming father and child storytime. We will celebrate your special bond
Registration is now open to play recreational soccer with the projects. Other firms may bring a fresh approach and/or save the with stories, songs, crafts and donuts!
Midview Soccer League this fall. The program is open to boys village money. Council is split on the issue. Negotiations with
and girls U7-U15 or those born 2010 or before. There is also a PDG and the other firms resulted in the removal of exclusivity. Need to look at our archives?
Bumblebee program, U-4-U6, for players born in 2011, 2012 or The village can stay with PDG and try other firms on different Visit our website at:
projects. Council tabled a vote on hiring an engineering firm un-
ALAN & til Councilman Strah can offer his thoughts on the issue.
In other business, the bicentennial committee presented the Karen A. Kramer, D.D.S.
AUTO new logo. A venue has been secured for a formal New Year’s 420 N. Main St., Grafton
REPAIR Eve ball to kick-off the bicentennial year. Committees will be
working to plan the details. The mayor gave an update on the Emergencies
4th Annual Customer Appreciation Day! finances for the Independence Day fireworks, the revitalization Welcomed!
Sunday June 26th, 12-4pm of a business association and the results of other meetings he
has been attending. It was also announced that several new busi- Same-day Denture
440-926-4100 • 697 Main St. Grafton nesses may be coming into Grafton. Council will have only one Repairs Available
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Splash Pad Open and 12th grades in the 2016-2017 school year. As mandated by RURAL-URBAN RECORD, June 27, 2016 Page 17
the state of Ohio, all students entering 7th grade are required to Over-the-Counter: What Does it All Mean? - Over-the-
Morgan Wells and Rachel Whary enjoy the Grafton Splash Station have proof that they’ve received a dose of meningococcal vac- counter medications can help put you in charge of your health
splash pad. cine. All students entering 12th grade are required to receive a and may save you a trip to the doctor’s office. But, have you ever
second dose of meningococcal vaccine, unless their first dose wondered what the difference is between store brand medica-
The Village of Grafton announces that the Splash Station was received after age 16, in which case only one dose is re- tions and brand name medications, or whether to choose regular,
splash pad is now open. The hours are: 10 a.m.-8 p.m. every quired. Incoming 12th graders still need to receive a dose of the extra or maximum strength, or the difference between caplets,
day until Labor Day. A new parking lot has been installed near Tdap vaccine. tablets and capsules? These topics, and more, will be covered in
the water fun pad. The Splash Station is located in North Pork. the “Over-the-counter and through the woods!” presentation by
Restrooms, a playground and a little library are also open at the Throughout the year, immunizations are also available by Rebecca Margevicius, PharmD, Clinical Specialist, Southwest
park. Entrances are on Elm Street (near the village limits) and appointment at community locations near you. Call (440) 284- General.
on Novak Road. For more information, contact the village hall 3206 to make an appointment at one of these locations. Scheduled Forums:
during office hours at 926-2403. Friday, July 8, 10 a.m. - Ehrnfelt Senior Center, 18100 Roy-
To find out if your child is protected from vaccine-prevent- alton Rd., Strongsville.
Sherwin Williams Grant to the able diseases, contact the Lorain County General Health District Monday, July 25, 11 a.m. - Brunswick Recreation Center,
Belden Historical Society at (440) 322-6367 or visit 3637 Center Rd., Brunswick. Call for reservation at (330) 273-
Keep Ohio Beautiful is pleased to announce that the Belden Free Summer Concerts Free Hearing Screening:
Historical Society is one of nine organizations to win a grant as in Oberlin A free hearing screening will be provided by ENT Health
part of the National Painting Week Ohio Program sponsored by Services, Inc. on Thursday, July 14, from 9 a.m.-noon at the
Sherwin Williams. Groups are provided paint and painting sup- Kick off summer with live music and free family-friendly Cuyahoga County Library, Strongsville Branch, 18700 West-
plies to renew a community structure through the application of concerts beginning Friday, July 1. The free concerts are held ev- wood Dr., Strongsville. To make an appointment, call (440) 816-
fresh paint and a lot of elbow grease. ery Friday in July at the bandstand on Tappan Square in the heart 4037.
of downtown Oberlin. Bring your lawn chairs, blankets and join Healthy Summer Eating:
We have someone in mind to do the prep and painting, but them. Join Amy Dunbar, registered dietitian, Southwest General,
need monetary donations to help cover the work. We are a 501c3 and the Southpark Mall Walkers Club, as she discusses ways to
non-profit organization and have raised about half of the needed This year’s Friday lineup includes something for everyone: improve summer eating. Amy will share tips about nutrition and
funds through private donations. Tax-deductible monetary do- •Friday, July 1: Motor City Gold - 7-9 p.m. This group will how to buy fresh ingredients and cook them on the grill to en-
nations can be sent to: The Belden Historical Society, c/o Bob tantalize, surprise and entertain with a diverse combination of sure healthy eating all summer long. Tuesday, July 19, at 10 a.m.
Flickinger, 35939 St. Rt. 303, Grafton, Ohio 44044. musical styles including Urban, R&B and Motown. - Cuyahoga County Public Library, Strongsville Branch, 18700
•Friday, July 8: Cats on Holiday - 7-9 p.m. They will perform Westwood Dr., Strongsville. To register for this event, call (440)
Special clinic dates with hard rockin,’ swamp poppin,’ American-influenced roots, 238-5530.
for new vaccinations country, Cajun and blues. 9-1-1 … Then What?
•Friday, July 15: A Community Picnic will begin at 5:30 p.m. Join Jackie Haumschild, RN, Paramedic-EMS Coordinator,
The Lorain County General Health District Health Commis- Then at 7 p.m. relax and enjoy Soul Proprietors, a local band Southwest General, as she breaks down what you can expect
sioner, Dave Covell, wants parents to be aware that in order to playing original music with funk, blues, folk, pop and rock roots. should you ever be in need of emergency care; such as the Lucas
accommodate the back-to-school rush, the Lorain County Gen- E. T. King will join the band for additional blues and soul sounds. Device, which automatically delivers accurate CPR and other
eral Health District will hold special immunization clinics from emergency medical equipment. Wednesday, July 20, at 10 a.m.
1:30-6 p.m. at their main location, located at 9880 South Murray Southwest General - Cuyahoga County Public Library, Strongsville Branch, 18700
Ridge Rd., in Elyria, on Thursday, July 14, and Monday, August Healthy Events Westwood Dr., Strongsville. To register for this event, call (440)
15. 238-5530.
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Page 18, RURAL-URBAN RECORD, June 27, 2016 way and a noise complaint. There were two burglaries and five
domestic disputes, which the sheriff’s department continues to
Grafton Twp. Honor Board investigate. TLC Insurance Group, Inc.

Persons in Grafton Township who have served in the armed The Zoning Inspector then gave his report. Four permits were Providers of Senior Insurance Products
forces are named on the Honor Board in the Park Gazebo at the issued in May. Two were for the construction of accessory build-
corner of St. Rt. 303 and St. Rt. 83. If you know of someone that ings and two were for fence installations. Letters were sent to ALLAN J. RODAK
served in the armed forces, while a resident of Grafton Twp., residents to inform them of township regulations regarding nui-
that would like their name included on the Honor Board, please sance violations and open burning. Medicare Supplement Specialist
contact Bob Flickinger at (440) 926-2680.
The Road Department reported that they are rotating vehicles 1-800-378-5335 or 440-759-3268
Grafton Twp. Trustees into maintenance work. In a related matter, the trustees voted to 650 Calann Drive purchase Synergy traction tires as replacement tires. Water was Elyria, OH 44035
The Grafton Township Trustees meeting on June 14 began temporarily turned off at Nesbett cemetery while work was done [email protected]
with the opening of bid packages for the Neff Road resurfacing on a frost-free fire hydrant.
project. The two bidders, Erie Blacktop and Crossroads, were
close in price, with Crossroads having the lower bid. The packets The Fire Department received $10,000 from a state grant.
will be reviewed by the Lorain County Engineers office for ac- The money is restricted to purchase new turn-out gear. State SENIOR OUTREACH PROGRAM
curacy and compliance. The Crossroads bid was approximately regulations have changed; turn-out gear must be replaced after
$133,500. the expiration date regardless of wear. The township needs ap- Sponsored by North Ridgeville Seniors, Inc. with
proximately 25 sets. The department has raised approximately programs being held at Hinkson Hysell VFW Post
Sheriff Deputy Bungard reported to the trustees that there $22,600 towards the gear, which will purchase approximately 15 3341 Banquet Hall - 783 Huron Street in Grafton
were 65 incidents in the township last month. The incidents in- sets of turn-out gear. A pressurized fire extinguisher was pur- The Grafton/LaGrange areas are looking for Meals on Wheels
cluded assisting the Ohio Highway Patrol, livestock in the road- chased to replace an old one at the cost of $1500. Some of the drivers. To become a driver, contact Robin @ 353-0829.
fire department personnel will attend a conference in August. If there is ever a snow day for Keystone or Midview,
VALLEY CITY EMS responded to ten calls in May, three were motor vehicle
VISION CENTER accidents. The cemetery sexton said one cremation and two foot- ALL PROGRAMS WILL BE CANCELED.
ers were done last month. The septic system was cleaned at the These Programs are Available to ALL SENIORS at NO CHARGE.
Dr. Norma Jesse, FAMILY VISION township hall. 6/27 at 2:00 pm Senior Coffee Club. Movie with free
Optometrist CENTER donuts and coffee for participants.
In other business, the new website will go on-line soon. The 6/28 at 2:00 pm Senior Exercise Class being instructed
6621 Center Road noise ordinance will be reviewed for additions or corrections. by Debi’s Personal Training with fruit and juice for
Valley City The tire trailer will be relocated to a new area of the property. participants.
Bids will go out to create a concrete pad, install fencing and in- 7/01 at 2:00 pm Senior Card Club with pop and snacks
330-483-4035 stall security cameras. The county will provide staff to monitor for participants.
the trailer two days a week. Eaton Township Trustee Jason Mon- 7/04 at 2:00 pm Senior Coffee Club. Movie with free
WE CARRY A OUTSIDE schein was in attendance to get support to protest the annexation donuts and coffee for participants.
FULL LINE OF PRESCRIPTIONS of property owned by the Village of Grafton into Grafton. The 7/05 at 2:00 pm Senior Exercise Class being instructed
Grafton Township Trustees voted to send a letter of support for by Debi’s Personal Training with fruit and juice for
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7/07 at 2:00 pm Sign up for Senior Dinner to be held
Hours: Mon & Thurs 9-7; Tues & Fri 9-5 The next meeting is scheduled for July 12 at 7 p.m. at the 7/14/2016 at 5:30pm. Two names per phone call only.
Closed Sat, Sun & Wed township hall. CANCELLATIONS FOR DINNER MUST BE MADE
BHS Ice Cream Social 7/08 at 2:00 pm Senior Card Club with pop and snacks
for participants.
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Trustees Special Meeting Spring Arbor University RURAL-URBAN RECORD, June 27, 2016 Page 19
Dean’s List
Further review of the proposed Cemetery Regulations will Parent/Tot Water Fun class
take place at a special meeting on June 27, at 6 p.m., at the Anthony Nelsen, of LaGrange, a Senior majoring in Pastoral
Grange Hall, 113 South Center Street, in LaGrange. An updated Ministry is on the Dean’s List at Spring Arbor University. The Elyria Parks and Recreation Department is offering a
version of the proposed regulations can be found on the township Parent and Tot water adjustment class for ages 6 months to 3
website, Spring Arbor University is a Christian liberal arts university years of age. Parents will get in the water with their child. Class-
located in Spring Arbor, Michigan. It helps students pursue wis- es will be held at North Pool, July 11-20, from 6:30-7:10 p.m.
KHS Class of 1966 dom by offering an education grounded in a mission statement Classses meet Monday through Friday the first week and Mon-
50th Reunion known as “The Concept.” Spring Arbor University is a commu- day-Wednesday the second week. The fee is $50, which includes
nity of learners distinguished by a lifelong involvement in the one parent and one tot. Register at North Pool, located at 901
Keystone High School class of 1966 is having its 50th class study and application of the liberal arts, total commitment to Duffey Street. For more information, call (440) 326-1500 or
reunion at Coppertop at Cherokee Hills Golf Course, in Valley Jesus Christ as the perspective for learning and critical participa- (440) 365-4251.
City, on Saturday, October 15. The search is on to locate class- tion in the contemporary world.
mates. For details, graduates and former teachers are encouraged Walsh University Dean’s List
to contact [email protected] or call Cindy Worthington Myers Congratulations Anthony!
at (440) 647-2570. The following students earned Walsh University Dean’s List
Medina Genealogical Society honors for the Spring 2016 semester:
Keystone Class of 1971 research help program
Reunion Andrew Dowdell of North Ridgeville; Elizabeth Foisy of
The Medina County Genealogical Society will present a pro- Elyria; Kayla Hirschfelder of Grafton; Kendra Moore of North
The graduating class of 1971 will be holding their 45th class gram on Saturday, July 9, at 2 p.m., entitled “Research Help,” Ridgeville; Paul Sonego of North Ridgeville; Tyler Stephenson
reunion on August 20 at the LaGrange Lions Park. They are at the Medina County District Library, 210 S. Broadway St., of Elyria; Caitlyn Tipple of North Ridgeville; Rachael Trujillo
searching for fellow classmates. Information on any Keystone Medina. Members will be available to help participants solve of North Ridgeville; and Lauren Wisnor of Elyria.
classmates would be appreciated. Contact Sally Wise Tolbert at questions about family research problems and brick walls. Bring
(440) 355-6586 for any information. notes and a laptop or other electronic device to help in the search Congratulations!
for answers. The public is invited to attend the meeting and earli-
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Page 20, RURAL-URBAN RECORD, June 27, 2016 women in history. Copies of the book are available at the adult IRS scams in Lorain County
information desk.
Fire Works Road Closure Once again, due to many complaints received by citizens
Tech Tips - Bring your questions to this informal session of Lorain County, Sheriff Phil R. Stammitti and the Lorain
On Saturday, July 2, at 4 p.m., Bainbridge Road will be about how to use library computer software and apps on your County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind all citizens
closed at the intersections of Route 83 and Root Road for the computers, tablets, eReaders or the Internet. Visit on Wednesday, about recent Internal Revenues Service (IRS) scams that are
city’s annual Firework Celebration. The street will re-open Sun- June 29, anytime between 1-3 p.m. for one-on-one assistance going around Lorain County and the nation.
day morning. with staff members.
Aggressive and threatening phone calls are being made to
Combined NRHS reunion Game Zone – Family Board Game Night - The library staff residents of Lorain County by criminals impersonating IRS
will break out their collection of board games, playing cards and agents. These impersonators will threaten police arrest, de-
A combined North Ridgeville High School Class Reunion for dominoes, and let you and your family have at them on Wednes- portation, license revocation and other things. The caller may
the years 1969-1974 will be held on Saturday, August 13, at 6:30 day, June 29 between 6-8 p.m. The games will be set out and threaten you with arrest or court action to trick you into send-
p.m. at the Lone Tree Tavern, located at 33009 Lorain Road, in you’re welcome to play whichever ones you’d like, either with ing money to them. They may also state that you are entitled
North Ridgeville. Attendees will be responsible for their own your friends and family, or with other game lovers from the com- to a huge refund. Rest assured, this is NOT the IRS contacting
beverages and food. The event is also listed on www.facebook. munity. There will be games for children of all ages. you over the phone.
Browser’s® Buddies - Browser’s® Reading Buddies is a Scammers make unsolicited phone calls claiming to be
Representatives are needed from each of the 6 classes to help relaxed, dog-friendly program, where first through fifth-graders IRS officials. They demand that the victim pay a tax bill.
with contacting classmates. For more information, please email may sit and read with a certified Therapy Dog International ca- They con the victim into sending cash, usually through a
[email protected]. nine volunteer. Each child may sign up for a 15-minute session prepaid debit card or wire transfer. They may also leave an
on Saturday, July 2, from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Call to check for “urgent” callback request through phone “robo-calls” or via
NRHS Class of 1976 Reunion availability. a phishing email.

North Ridgeville High School Class of 1976 is planning their Life-Size Angry Bird Invasion - Help! Angry Birds have in- Scammers often alter caller ID numbers to make it look
40th Reunion to be held on August 13, 2016 at the Lone Tree vaded the library! Visit on Saturday, July 2, from 2-4 p.m. for like the IRS or another agency is calling you. The callers use
Tavern, 33009 Lorain Road, in North Ridgeville. For more infor- your chance to help launch birds at those pesky piggies and help IRS titles and fake badge numbers to appear legitimate. They
mation, visit their Facebook page, save the day. Games will run every 15 minutes. Program is for may use the victim’s name, address and other personal infor-
groups/130966956944761/ or contact Deb Arnold at arnold- ages 3 and up. mation to make the call sound official.
[email protected].
Holiday Closure - The Library will be closed for Indepen- Here are five things that scammers often do but the IRS
North Ridgeville Library dence Day on Monday, July 4. will NOT do. Any of these five things is a tell-tale sign of a
Adult Afternoon Book Discussion - Enjoy a fun and inter- Coloring For Grown-Ups - Visit on Wednesday, July 6, from
esting discussion of a popular title on the 4th Tuesday afternoon 1-2:30 p.m. Experience the calming, stress-relieving benefits 1. Call to demand immediate payment, nor will the agency
each month. Come discuss the nonfiction title “Being Mortal,” of coloring beautiful designs and patterns made specifically for call about taxes owed without first having mailed you a bill.
by Atul Gawande on Tuesday, June 28, from 1-2 p.m. Copies of adults. Coloring sheets, colored pencils and markers will be pro-
the book are available at the adult information desk. New adult vided. Coffee, tea and light dessert will be served. This program 2. Demand that you pay taxes without giving you the op-
members are welcome. is for adults age 18 and older. Pre-registration is required. portunity to question or appeal the amount they say you owe.

Game-A-Palooza - Third through eighth-graders, get ready Little Learners - Explore and learn. Two through 5-year- 3. Require you to use a specific payment method for your
to put your agility, teamwork and intelligence to the test. Visit olds and their caregivers are invited to stop by the story room taxes, such as a prepaid debit card.
on Tuesday, June 28, from 2-3 p.m. and Tuesday, July 12, from on Friday, July 8, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Children will develop
2-3 p.m. for afternoons filled with exhilarating team contests and skills involving the alphabet, numbers, shapes, colors, patterns 4. Ask for a credit or debit card number over the phone.
games. Are you up for the challenge? Pre-registration is required. and more. 5. Threaten to bring in local or other law-enforcement
groups to have you arrested for not paying.
Adult Morning Book Discussion - Borrow “Catherine the North Ridgeville Writers - Are you an adult who wants to If you get a phone call from someone claiming to be from
Great: Portrait of a Woman,” by Robert K. Massie. Adults are meet other writers and hone your writing skills? Do you need the IRS and asking for money, here’s what you should do:
invited to discuss this biography on Wednesday, June 29, at motivation to pick up a pen in the first place? If so, take part in -Do not give out any information. Hang up immediately.
10:30 a.m. This is the story of an obscure German princess who the writing group. They will meet on Saturday, July 9, from 2-4 -Contact TIGTA to report the call. Use their “IRS Imper-
became one of the most remarkable, powerful and captivating p.m. Activities include read and critique sessions, writing prac- sonation Scam Reporting” web page, or you can call them at
tice and more. Pre-registration is required. 800-366-4484.
-Report it to the Federal Trade Commission. Use the “FTC
Library Night With Lorain County Ironmen - See the Lorain Complaint Assistant” on Please add “IRS Tele-
County Ironmen play for free! Show your library card at The phone Scam” in the notes.
Pipe Yard on Saturday, July 9, for free admission to that night’s If you know you owe, or think you may owe taxes, call the
game. The game starts at 7:05 p.m. The Pipe Yard is located at IRS at 800-829-1040 and an IRS worker can help.
2840 Meister Road, in Lorain. For more information, call the Stay alert to scams that use the IRS as a lure. Tax scams
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Malibu LS Sonic Hatchback Town & Country Touring Cruze LTZ
$10,995 $11,995 $11,995
Sk# 8834
Sk# 8747 Sk# 8651 Sk# T8907
51K miles 15K miles 76K miles

46767 State Rt. 18 W., 440-647-5381
Wellington, OH 44090 800-322-5381

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