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Published by The Rural-Urban Record, 2016-10-18 10:04:30


TheRural-Urban Record

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Volume 61, No. 15 Columbia Station, Ohio October 12, 2015

Wednesday, October 21, is the day that all girls at Co- 2015 Inductees into the Midview Hall of Fame, including members of the 1998-1999 basketball team, their representatives
lumbia Middle School will be participating in an assembly and members of the Hall of Fame committee, pose for a photo at the induction banquet last month.
offered by the Kind Campaign. The two hour, free assem-
bly was won in a drawing by the school counselor at CMS, Four individuals and one team were welcomed into the twice named a Plain Dealer Lorain County All-Star and
Mrs. Susie Dunn, as a promotion to both showcase Kind Midview Athletic Hall of Fame during the fourteenth en- named Academic All-Ohio in Division 1. Dominguez also
Campaign’s documentary ?lm “Finding Kind” and to pro- shrinement ceremony last month. Inducted were David started all four years on the basketball team as a guard.
mote kindness among middle school girls. Kind Campaign is DiFranco, Lisa Dominguez, Ben Elwell, Don Schaly and Dominguez set several Midview records. They include
an internationally recognized movement, documentary, and the 1998-99 Boys’ Basketball Team. most three pointers made in a game, most three pointers
school program based upon the powerful belief in KINDness made in a season, most three pointers made in a career, the
that can bring awareness and healing to the negative and last- David DiFranco, Class of 2004, was inducted for his highest three point percentage in a season, most consecu-
ing effects of girl-against-girl “crime.” accomplishments on the football ?eld and the basketball tive free throws made in a season, free throw percentage
court. A three-year letterman in football, DiFranco spent for a season and free throw percentage for a career. Her
Everyone knows that it’s hard to be a girl sometimes. It’s his time on both the offensive and defensive lines and percentage numbers were Lorain County records as well.
already hard enough to accept ourselves for who we are, let snagged catches as a tight end. For three straight years, Dominguez was an Offensive Player of the Year, Team
alone accept the perceptions and judgments that other girls he received All-Conference, All-County and All-District MVP, Academic All- Ohio, three times All Conference and
have of us. Over the years, the vicious ways in which fe- honors. He was also an All-State selection his junior and twice All County. After graduating from Midview, Domin-
males treat each other seems to have become normal. No one senior years. Following his senior year, he was selected to guez received a scholarship to Tif?n University, where she
is asking that everyone become best friends…that’s simply play in the prestigious North-South All Star game. DiFran- played basketball for four years. She was presented her sil-
unrealistic. However, through the Kind Campaign assembly, co was also a four-year letterman as center for the basket- ver jacket by Patti Dominguez.
?lm and website, we are suggesting something very simple: ball team. He was a two-time All-Conference, All-County
to STOP the competition, STOP the cattiness, STOP the hate and All-District selection. Following his senior season, he Ben Elwell, Class of 2000, was a two-year starter at
and BE KIND. To learn more, visit the Kind Campaign web- was announced as the Division 1 Player of the Year, and quarterback and a three-year starter in basketball. With El-
site at If you have questions about was an All-Ohio selection following his senior campaign. well as quarterback, the Middies went 9-1 in the regular
the upcoming assembly, please contact Mrs. Dunn at 440- He is the third all-time Midview scorer at 1,052 points season and claimed their ?rst play-off victory. During the
236-1227 or via email at [email protected]. and ranks as Midview’s all-time leading rebounder with year, the Middies racked up almost 400 yards per game.
759 boards. DiFranco was a three year letterman in shot- The following year, (1999) the Middies roared through a
Crowned Midview Homecoming Royalty were Logan Bolin put and discus as well. Following his career at Midview, perfect regular season before dropping their opening round
and Jordan Krugman. DiFranco signed a Division 1 scholarship to play football play-off game. Elwell was twice named ?rst team All-
at Miami of Ohio, where he received All-MAC honors at Conference and Honorable Mention All-County. At 6’6”,
The Midview Homecoming Court remained dry, but en- both guard and tackle. He was presented his silver jacket Elwell was a three year starter on the basketball team. As a
dured gusting winds as they were presented on Friday night, by Jim DiFranco. sophomore, Elwell averaged just below 12 points and 8 re-
October 2. The couples came through twirled ?ags from the bounds per game. While as a junior, he scored 11 per game
visiting side to the home sidelines as the Marching Blue Lisa Dominguez, Class of 2002, earned a total of 10 while grabbing a hair below 10 boards per contest. His
played music just for them. Midview’s record-breaking foot- varsity letters competing in basketball and soccer. Domin- senior season, Elwell averaged 13 points and just shy of
ball player, Logan Bolin, was crowned Homecoming King guez was selected as captain for each team during her ju- 10 rebounds per game.He was the team MVP and named
and Jordan Krugman was crowned Homecoming Queen. nior and senior years. In soccer, Dominguez started in 70 ?rst team All-Conference and second team All-County.
out of 70 games as goalkeeper, garnering 24 shutouts over He was recruited to play defensive end at Ohio Northern,
Wellington High School Volleyball is hosting a “Vol- her four years. She surrendered an average of only 1.7 where he competed for two years before a collarbone inju-
ley for Landry” fund-raiser on Tuesday, October 13, goals per game. During her time at Midview, Dominguez ry ended his college career in his junior season. His jacket
which is also Senior Night. They will have raf?e baskets set four school records: number of shutouts in a season, and plaque were presented to Gretchen Buckingham on
and a 50/50 raf?e. The money raised will be donated to number of shutouts in a career, least number of goals al- behalf of Ben Elwell by Lynn Elwell.
freshman Landry Cole, who has been battling brain can- lowed in a season and least number of goals allowed in a
cer, and her family. career.Dominguez was named 2nd Team All Lorain Coun- SEE MHOF PAGE 20
ty, twice earned Honorable Mention All Lorain County,
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Page 2, RURAL-URBAN RECORD, October 12, 2015 CHS Students of the Month roll consecutively throughout his school years and has a cumu-
lative GPA of 4.67. Austin has participated in science fair for
WEEKLY CALENDAR Sara Aniol Austin Ruggles three years and volunteers regularly at the high school conces-
Tuesday, October 13: sion stand. Austin is also a board member and assists Columbia
Friends of the Columbia Library will have a book sale for the Seniors Sara Aniol and Austin Ruggles have been chosen as youth in the Community in Action running club to ?ght against
remainder of this week during regular library hours, and from 10 Columbia High School “Students of the Month” for September. childhood obesity. This summer he had the opportunity to at-
a.m.-1p.m. on Saturday. Nominees are chosen based on the following criteria: Maturity, tend the Buckeye Boys State Program for a week at Bowling
Friday, October 16: Citizenship, Behavior and Effort. Green State University and learned the fundamentals of legisla-
No School - NEOEA Day. ture. At Boys State, he was elected as congressman and diligently
Columbia Raider Football will take on Brooklyn tonight at Sara Aniol is the daughter of Mark and Elizabeth Aniol and worked to pass laws. When Austin was a freshman, he started his
the Athletic Stadium at 7 p.m. Go Raiders! sister to Jacob and Elise. Sara has been extremely active during own tutoring business and currently helps many students with
her Columbia High school career. Sara has been a member of their academics. After graduation, he plans to attend the Ohio
CHS Weekly Calendar Key Club for four years, Leaders Club for two years and is cur- State University, majoring in epidemiology.
rently president of both. She has been the secretary of her senior
Monday, October 12: class since freshmen year and was inducted into the Columbia Dawn Dewerth
5:30/7 p.m. Volleyball at Clearview. chapter of the National Honor Society as a junior. She currently
7 p.m. Girls Soccer v. Fuchs Mizrachi. is secretary of NHS. Sara has been a girl scout since kindergarten The Columbia Township Board of Trustees met on October
Tuesday, October 13: earning both her Bronze and Silver awards. Sara has been an 5 in the Town Hall with all three trustees present and Fiscal Of-
5:30/7 p.m. Volleyball at Lutheran West. of?ce aide for Mrs. Kobe in the main of?ce since freshman year ?cer Jackie Ramsey. The previous minutes of Sept. 21 were ap-
Wednesday, October 14: as well. Sara is also involved in athletics at CHS. She has been a proved as written. The Trustees voted to pay the bills and pay-
PSAT testing. member of the softball team since her freshmen year and earned roll. The bills amounted to $51,782.25 and payroll amounted to
10:15 Senior Class meeting with Jostens. honorable mention all PAC, second team all Lorain Court, two $34,399.52, bringing the total to $86,181.77. The receipts totaled
Thursday, October 15: Raider Awards and the Scholar Athlete Award. She has been on $15,510.05.
8 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Blood Drive. the Varsity soccer team for four years and is one of the captains
5:30/7 p.m. Volleyball v. Brooklyn – Parents Night. as a senior. Sara was also a member of the color guard for two Department Reports
7 p.m. Boys Soccer v. Kirtland. years and was co-captain for one year. Sara has been involved in The Sheriff sent the incident report for September 2015.
Friday, October 16: science fair since 9th grade and has earned multiple awards from The Fire Chief reported 34 on ?le, 31 on call, 129 ?re calls to
No School - NEOEA day the 11 science fairs she has participated in thus far, including two date and 411 EMS calls. There were 22 mutual aid assists and 32
7 p.m. Football v. Brooklyn - Parents Night for Football, trips to State Fair in Columbus. In addition to CHS activities, mutual aid requests. Transport billing for September brought in
Cheerleading, Golf and Marching Band. Sara has been employed at Panera Bread for over a year. Next $20,834.54, bringing the total for the year to date to $100,684.25.
Saturday, October 17: fall, Sara plans to attend Bowling Green State University to earn Columbia is still in the running for an ambulance from a grant.
9 a.m.-12 p.m. Saturday School for assigned students. a Masters’ degree in Analytics. Fire safety week is happening in the schools. The Fire Depart-
10 a.m. JV Football at Brooklyn. ment will be picking an essay out of the fourth grade entries. The
4:30 p.m. Girls Soccer v. Oberlin - Parents Night. Austin Tyler Ruggles is the son of Marvin and Charlotte Rug- winner will be driven to school in the ?re engine. The Columbia
7 p.m. Boys Soccer v. Elyria Catholic - Parents Night. gles and brother to Thomas. Austin has been an active member of Fire Department now has an informative page on Facebook. If
the class of 2016. He played football for two years and is on the you participate in social media, be sure to look it up and like
Chamber Meeting golf team as a senior. He is a member of Student Council, serv- it. Support Issue 9 on the November ballot. The passage of the
ing as treasurer his freshmen and sophomore year and president operational levy for the Columbia Fire Department will keep the
All businesses welcome his junior and senior year. As president, he has enjoyed helping ?re department and emergency medical services there for you
The next Columbia Chamber of Commerce member meet- to plan and fund-raise for the upcoming class prom. He also was when seconds count.
ing will be a networking luncheon at Barbarino’s Restaurant on nominated to homecoming court this fall. Austin was inducted
Wednesday, November 4, at 12 p.m. This invitation is extended into the National Honor Society as a junior and is currently the J&J Greenhouse
to all local businesses, whether you’re a Chamber member or treasurer of the Columbia chapter. He has been on the high honor “We Grow On You”
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Page 4, RURAL-URBAN RECORD, October 12, 2015 Homeowners. Mr. Heidecker reported that the Southwest Gen- We are always looking to improve the quality of the school
The Zoning Inspector reported 4 permits issued between Sept. eral Hospital Board will meet Oct. 28 and the Northeast Ohio district and the services we provide. If you have a suggestion,
Township Association will meet Oct. 29 in Columbia. Mr. Musto question or comment, please feel free to call me at (440) 236-
21 - Oct. 2, of which 2 were new homes, bringing the total for the reported that the Courts ruled in NEOSORD’s favor and that the 5008 or email [email protected] GO RAIDERS!
year to 23. The Board of Zoning Appeals issued a 5-foot variance rainwater fee will be reinstated soon. There will be an informa-
for the school property on Station and Capel so the buyer could tional meeting on Oct. 19 in the Commissioners’ of?ce in regard Columbia Superheros
build one house on the property. The Zoning Commission will to sewers and stormwater and NEOSORD’s ?nancial charges walk for hemophilia
meet November 5 at 6 p.m. in the Town Hall. They are consid- and plans. NOPEC will meet in Independence at 11:30 a.m. on
ering changes in lot sizes for PRDs. Violation letters for uncut Nov. 10. Dale Rundle reported that RLCWA will have their regu- Amanda Kile, Marty Barnard, Greg Grzywna, Linus Wright, Nicole
grass by the mounds was sent to Columbia Reserve. After inves- lar meeting on Oct 14. Kittleberger, Sam Gunther, Miya Timura and Logan Zeinart.
tigation, it was found that the mounds are not under jurisdiction
of the Homeowners Association. They belong to homeowners. The Fiscal Of?cer had some ?nancial requests. The Trustees Once again, Columbia High School students participated in
Each lot will have to cut its portion of grass on its portion of the approved the reduction of other sources for the lighting assess- the National Hemophilia Walk on September 27. The walk was
mound. The mound sections are actually on the deeds of the in- ment fund from $21,194.66 to $17,625.01 for the 2016 of?cial held at Sunny Lake in Aurora with over 500 attendees, raising
dividual homeowners and are taxed accordingly. Violation letters certi?cate of estimated resources. The Trustees also approved a $40,000 for the Cleveland chapter Hemophilia Foundation. This
will be sent out again advising each owner to cut the grass. motion to approve the 2016 tax rates. year’s team captain was Miya Timura, a junior at Columbia High
School. Along with nine of her friends, they raised $1,000.
The Road-Service Director reported that all equipment is up After Community Input, the meeting was adjourned. The
and running. The Issue I project for 2015, the repair of S. Marks next regular meeting will be on Monday, October 19, at 7 p.m. Hemophilia is a bleeding disorder that prevents the blood from
Road, should be ?nished this week. The Director is waiting for a in the Town Hall. clotting, causing joint damage and severe pain when untreated.
letter from the EPA to make the oil separator in the new service Columbia has been a supporter of the walk for years through the
garage operational. The Trustees passed a motion giving per- Columbia Schools Timura family. Sam Gunther is a third year participant! Thanks
mission to the Director to go ahead and make the oil separator Superintendent Graig Bansek to all who sponsored and to the team who walked!
The Columbia Board of Education and the Columbia Town- Library Book Sale
Rita Plata gave the Cemetery Report: $275 was received for ship Trustees will meet on Monday, October 12, at 6:30 p.m.
burials and $1,700 received for the sale of graves. in the cafeteria at CHS. This is a roundtable discussion where From October 12-17, Friends of the Columbia Library are
the format will be informal. All residents are invited to attend. sponsoring a used book sale at the Library. Admission to Mon-
Old Business Thank you to the Trustees for working with CLSD! day’s book sale preview from 5-7:30 p.m. is reserved for mem-
The security cameras for the new service garage are installed bers of the Friends of the Columbia Library. The book sale is
and operating. The Lorain County Engineers will be asked to Congratulations to Coach Proctor, Coach Taylor and the open to the public Tuesday from 10 a.m-7 p.m., Wednesday and
check on each scenario of the SWAC feasibility studies. Some of boy’s soccer team on winning the Patriot Athletic Conference Thursday from noon-7 p.m., Friday from noon-6 p.m. and Satur-
the possibilities are the Plum Creek tile, the ditch between Station Stripes Division Championship last Saturday. The boys ?nished day from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. New members may join or former mem-
and Royalton Roads, the Riverview Culvert deterioration and the the conference with an overall record of 8-1. Great job and con- bers may renew their annual memberships that week. Friday is
ditch by S. Marks railroad crossing. The township is still wait- tinued success! $3/bag or $5/box. There will be a large assortment of material for
ing for information on the changes of elevation of Redfern Road. all ages. Note: saturday will be penny day for everything!
The ballot language for the ?re levy is available - check with the The next Board of Education meeting will take place on
?re station or town hall. The prosecuting attorney for Lorain Wednesday, October 21, at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria at CHS.
County, who is also the legal council for the township, said that Please note the change in location. At this meeting, we will be
the motion from the previous meeting in regards to callout time recognizing two groups from CMS: Garden Club and “C” Squad.
and overtime be rescinded because Mr. Heidecker, who voted on Both advisors will give an update on their programs to the BOE
it at that time, has a relative working in the township. The mo- and we will recognize each participant with a certi?cate of appre-
tion was rescinded. The motion for two hours of callout time to ciation. In November, we will recognize groups from CHS.
the road department was made with a stipulation that there be a
punch in and punch out time, but a full two hours would be paid. Thank you to all of the residents and businesses that are dis-
The motion carried with Mr. Heidecker abstaining. The item will playing our levy signs. We appreciate your support! As you
now go into the Personnel Manual. There will be a workshop know by now, CLSD will be on the ballot on Tuesday, November
(roundtable discussion) between the Columbia Township Trust- 3, Election Day. Issue #20 is a RENEWAL 3.13 mill levy for
ees and the Columbia Board of Education on Monday, October current operating expenses. Exact language on the ballot reads 5-
12, at 6:30 p.m. in the Columbia High School Cafeteria. year emergency requirement. If passed, there will be no addition-
New Business al taxes. These funds support every program in CLSD and pays
The old service garage is being used for records retention. for the costs associated with running our day to day operations of
Tables and chairs are in place to accommodate the process of the district. Please see ad in this week’s Rural-Urban Record.
going through the records. The garage is also being used to store
the paver and other messy equipment used for road work. Dry Columbia Fire Levy Issue #9
sand for use in the cemeteries is also being stored in the garage.
The mold tests have to be done by an outside service instead When seconds count, we’ve been there and we’ll continue to be there, but we need your help. We need sup-
of Mr. Musto’s company. There has been some damage in the port this November 3, 2015 with the passage of our operational levy for your ?re department and emergency
cemeteries, some due to vandalism and some due to the cutters. medical services.
The Trustees passed a motion to release the cutters from their
cemetery work. The Trustees thanked Columbia Fence for donat- Columbia Township Fire Department has 34 members consisting of 21 Paramedics, 2 Intermediate EMT’s,
ing 80’ of split rail fence for the township park. The Trustees and 11 Basic EMT’s. The department also has 3 members on the Lorain County Hazmat (Hazardous Mate-
discussed adding the LED ?ashing stop and stop ahead signs to rial) Team, 2 members on the Lorain County Dive Team, 3 members on the Lorain County Fire Investigation
the insurance. There are 7 total signs. There has been a prob- Team, and 1 member on the Lorain County Bomb Team. All members train every week on ?re and/or rescue
lem in the township with vandalism to the signs and even theft. areas. Your ?re station is equipped with two rescue squads, a 2001 model and a 2006 model. There are two
The signs are necessary for traf?c safety. The Columbia Com- ?re engines, a 1997 Sutphen and 2014 Sutphen; also a 1992 International with a 3500-gallon water tank and
munity Foundation may help with the insurance. The Trustees a 2012 multi-purpose vehicle.
approved an expenditure, not to exceed $6,725, for crack sealing
roads in Columbia Reserve. The Trustees approved an expendi- We, as a department, respond to approximately 800 emergencies per year. As of February 2012, our hours
ture of $30,000 for concrete for road repairs in Redfern Farms were extended so now your ?re station is manned 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This means our approximate
Subdivision. The Trustees approved an expenditure of $4,400 for response time is 5 minutes from the station and support from our homes.
asphalt for Emmons Road. Five sets of snow plow blades for
winter equipment will be purchased for $2,450.01. 40% savings What does this mean to you and your neighbors? Here are a few facts from the American Heart Associa-
can be realized if equipment is purchased now. The Trustees did tion and National Fire Protection Association to consider.
not need to vote on this purchase because it is under $3,000.
Halloween will be celebrated in Columbia on Saturday, Oc- 1. During cardiac arrest, brain death and permanent death start to occur in just 4-6 minutes. Cardiac ar-
tober 31, from 6-8 p.m. rest can be reversed within a few minutes with electrical shock to the heart, also referred to as de?brillation.
Committee Reports Chances of survival are reduced by 7-10% every minute that passes without CPR and de?brillation. Little
Mr. Cunningham reported that the Lorain County Township chance of survival is expected after 10 minutes without these interventions.
Association will meet Oct. 15 in Brighton Twp. The Rocky
River Watershed Council will meet Oct. 28 at 6:30 p.m. in the 2. A structure ?re doubles in size every minute. The likelihood someone will die in a ?re is almost 10 times
Columbia Branch Library. The subject is Stormwater Control for greater when it spreads beyond the room in which it started, which takes about 10 minutes.

Friday Funday! 3. How fast can a typical ?re consume a home? From start to the ?rst 5 minutes, 15% of a home can be
destroyed; 8-10 minutes can destroy up to 50% of the home, and a ?re burning for more than 16 minutes can
-NEOEA DAY destroy 100% of the home.

Oct. 16th This levy will generate approximately $211,000.00 per year and will increase your taxes approximately
$35. per $100,000 valuation per year for 5 years. The income received from this levy goes directly to the
Open 10:00-5:00 operation of the ?re department and emergency medical services. In addition to staf?ng, this levy will sup-
port our Worker’s Compensation, insurance, utilities, and training. This levy also supports the purchases of
16081 East River Rd Kids $5, Adults $2 needed medical equipment for the rescue squad, tools, ?re?ghting clothing, additional equipment needed and
replacement of vehicles for the operation of our ?re department.
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Wright receives a donation entry fee, and the coaches, parents and fans really RURAL-URBAN RECORD, October 12, 2015 Page 5
national recognition stepped up to help with this great cause. Amy Helgeson, Execu- Thursday: Breakfast - Dutch waf?es w/fruit; Lunch - Choice
tive Director for Autism Speaks, Ohio, visited the Columbia site of nachos, Italian ?atbread, peppi salad and corn.
Sean Lynch, Principal of Linus Wright and was pleased to see the support. She said “I cannot begin to Friday: Breakfast - French toast; Lunch - Choice of pizza,
Columbia High School, an- thank you all enough for this amazing gesture of awareness and Italian ?atbread, peppi salad and mixed vegetables.
nounced that Linus Wright, a key role their schools play in support for our community. On behalf of our families, volunteers *Assorted fruit and vegetable bar will be available with each
senior, has been named Com- their academic development, and the 1 in 68 touched with autism, thank you.” meal. A variety of milk will also be available.
mended Student in the 2016 is vital to the advancement of
National Merit Program. educational excellence in our Larry Hinton, League Commissioner expressed, “From the Sheriff’s Blotter
About 34,000 Commended nation.” minute we decided to do this, I knew it would be a great success;
Students throughout the nation however you all greatly exceeded my every expectation! What a The following is the Lorain County Sheriff’s Dept. Incident
are being recognized for their Congratulations Linus! great cause and a great league to be a part of. You all should be Reports for Columbia Township for September. There were a
exceptional academic prom- proud!” total of 29 incidents.
ise. Commended students
placed among the top 5% of Thank you to Mike Biro for leading all the LEYFL fund-rais- September 2 - Theft on Sprague Rd.
more than 1.5 million students ing efforts and coordinating so much of their weekend events. September 2 - Domestic Dispute on S. Marks Rd.
who entered the 2016 compe- September 2 - Speeding on St. Rt. 82 near Station Rd.
tition by taking the 2014 Pre- All players wore autism ribbon stickers on their helmets that September 3 - Speeding on St. Rt. 82/Hawke Rd.
liminary SAT/National Merit day during games to signify their support. Also, as an incredible September 5 - Speeding on Columbia West River/Osborne
Scholarship Qualifying Test. display of generosity, all referees reduced their of?ciating fees to Rd.
make a donation of $500 to the fund-raiser also. September 5 - Speeding on Royalton Rd. near Station Rd.
A spokesperson for NMSC September 7 - Speeding on St. Rt. 82/Station Rd.
stated that “These students Lake Erie Youth Football League was established in 2009 September 8 - Abandon Vehicle on N. Station Rd.
represent a valuable national and is made up of 15 communities: Amherst, Avon Lake, Buck- September 9 - Alleged Disorderly Conduct on East River
resource; recognizing their ac- eye, Clearview, Columbia, Fairview, Fireland, Keystone, Lorain, Rd.
complishments, as well as the Midview, North Ridgeville, Oberlin, Vermilion, Shef?eld and September 9 - Breaking and Entering/Theft on West River
Wellington. Rd.
$10,200 raised for Autism Speaks September 10 - Taking the Identity of Another on East River
For more information on football or cheerleading, please visit Rd.
Columbia Raiders Varsity players Henry Lanning and Bryan Jones www.ley?.com . September 11 - Alleged Mentally Ill on Greenview Ave.
getting ready for a game. September 14 - Assault on Hawke Rd.
Trick-or-Treat in the Park September 14 - Apparent Overdose on Sprague Rd.
The Lake Erie Youth Football League hosted a league wide September 15 - Aggravated Menacing/Telecommunications
fund-raiser on September 25 in memory of Sidney Heidrick, the The Columbia PTA will be sponsoring a Trick-or-Treat path, Harassment on West River Rd.
little boy from Shef?eld Lake that died in July. All 15 member hayride and family activities in the Columbia Metropark Reser- September 16 - Traf?c Accident/Failure to Yield Right of
communities participated in this event and the results were amaz- vation from 1-3 p.m. on Sunday, October 25. Put on your favorite Way on West River Rd./Royalton Rd.
ing. They raised $10,200 to be donated to the Cleveland area costume and join us for an afternoon ?lled with fun. Admission September 20 - Domestic Dispute on Dupont Ave.
“Autism Speaks” organization in the name of Sidney Heidrick. is $4 per child and all proceeds support the Columbia PTA. Over- September 20 - Breaking and Entering/Theft from a build-
Various sites hosting football games held raf?es and collected ?ow parking will be available at Columbia High School. Follow ing on Root Rd.
the signs for entrance to the park. September 20 - Safekeeping of Weapons on East River Rd.
September 20 - Domestic Violence-Knowingly Causing
Attn: Residents, Businesses, Churches and Local Organiza- Physical Harm on Westwood Ave.
tions September 22 - Taking the Identity of Another on N. Sta-
tion Rd.
Do you love passing out candy on Halloween, but do not get September 22 - Drug Paraphernalia on West River Rd.
many goblins or ghouls because of our busy roadways? This year, September 24 - Improperly Discharging Firearm on Os-
you are invited by the Columbia PTA to set up your own trick-or- borne Rd.
treat station in Columbia Reservation (Route 82 entrance) from September 25 - Burglary/Theft on East River Rd.
1-3 p.m. on Sunday, October 25. Feel free to dress in your favor- September 25 - Driving Under OVI Suspension on SR 82/
ite costume (not too scary) or bring decorations. Set-up will be Hawke Rd.
from 12-12:30 p.m. Please call Kristin Antos at 440.241.7129 to September 26 - Speeding on N. Boone Rd.
get your name on the list of Treat Stations, to donate candy or if September 26 - Improperly Discharging Firearm on Os-
you have any questions. borne Rd.
September 27 - Theft on Jaquay Rd.
Columbia K-8 lunch menu September 30 -Domestic Dispute on East River Rd.

Week of Oct. 19-23:
Monday: Breakfast - pancakes; Lunch - Choice of Mac &
cheese, Italian ?atbread, peppi salad and green beans.
Tuesday: Breakfast - Breakfast pizza; Lunch - Choice of que-
sadilla, Italian ?atbread, peppi salad and fries.
Wednesday: Breakfast - Sausage muf?n; Lunch - Choice of
Bosco sticks, Italian ?atbread, peppi salad and carrots.

Page 6, RURAL-URBAN RECORD, October 12, 2015 PTA Father Daughter Dance guardian ?ll out a release form. Forms are available online at and in the library.
Hall of Fame nominations open The Columbia PTA cordially invites you to attend their 1st
annual Father and Daughter Dance. The dance is open to Dads, Story Times - Story times promote early childhood literacy,
The Columbia Athletic Hall of Fame committee is once again Step-Dads, Uncles, Grandpas or Guardians of young ladies cur- encourage social interaction and expand language learning. The
receiving nominations for the class of 2016 inductees. Think rently attending the Columbia Local School System. The dance season of fun starts the week of Oct. 19. Bring 3 through 7-year-
about past athletes that stood out, fantastic coaches or commu- will be on Saturday, October 24, from 6-8 p.m. at the Copopa & olds to Fall Family Story Time on Mondays at 7 p.m. Preschool-
nity members who have committed themselves to athletics. CMS Gym. Since it is so close to Halloween, we invite you to ers between the ages of 3-6 will enjoy Preschool Story Time on
wear your costumes. Tuesdays at 10:15 a.m. Beginning walkers to 3-year-olds are
Eligible nominees can be athletes who are currently at least welcome at Toddler Story Time on Tuesdays at 11 a.m. Pre-reg-
30 years old, a coach or administrator who are no longer in that Hazel Eyes Photography will be there to take your pictures istration is required.
position, or a community member. and “Music for all Occasions” will be the DJ for the evening.
Friends Meeting - Join The Friends of the Columbia Library,
The nomination forms can be obtained from the concession Cost will be $10 per couple & $2 per extra child. Light snacks Inc. See what they’re all about at their next meeting on Tuesday,
stand at the home football and soccer games, the CHS of?ce, and punch will be provided. Registration forms will be sent Oct. 20, at 6 p.m. Come learn how you can volunteer your time.
or printed off of the Columbia Local Schools website: home from school with your child. You can also contact Mandie (click on Columbia High School, then on CHS Andrews by email to make a donation of snacks for the event, Teen Halloween Shindig - Sixth through 12th-graders, come
Athletics and follow the directions to the Columbia Hall of Fame to purchase tickets or for additional information at mandiean- on Wednesday, Oct. 21, at 6 p.m. Dig out your costumes and
“form”). The deadline for the nomination form is October 15, [email protected] (please put Father/Daughter Dance in bring your sweet tooth to this Halloween party! Enjoy music,
2015. Completed forms can be turned into Mr. Jeff Jump, Ath- the subject line of your email). video games, board games and a costume contest. The winner
letic Director at CHS. will receive a makeup session for two with a professional haunt-
CHS Blood Drive ed house makeup artist, a behind the scenes tour of Bloodview
The 2016 Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony is slated Haunted House and a chance to be part of the thrills and chills for
to take place on January 29, 2016. Columbia High School Leaders Club will be sponsoring a one night! Pre-registration is required.
blood drive on Thursday, October 15. This is in conjunction with
Columbia Historical Society Lifeshare of Lorain County. The blood mobiles will be located Cookbook Discussion - Discover recipes for ?avorful soups
in the school’s parking lot near the west end of the building from from around the world by checking out The Soup & Bread Cook-
A tea will be held on Sunday, October 18, from 1:30-3:30 at 8am - 1pm. book by Beatrice Ojakangas. Adults are invited to attend their
the Columbia Town Hall, 25496 Royalton Road. cookbook discussion on this title on Thursday, Oct. 22, at 6 p.m.
Students must be at least 17 years old (16 years old with pa- Prepare one of the recipes from this book for the meeting, and
The program will be “The Secrets of Victorian Women,” re- rental written permission), weigh at least 105 lbs. and be in good then come enjoy an international soup spread! Pre-registration
vealed through undergarments and their artifacts from the Vic- health. Blood drive student sign-ups will be on Tuesday, October is required.
torian Period. The program is being presented by Janet Bryd 13, and Wednesday, October 14, in the cafeteria during the lunch
of the Lorain County Historical Society. There will also be lite periods. Lego® Club - Do you love to build with LEGO® bricks?
refreshments. Come on Friday, Oct. 23 at 3 p.m. Use the library’s LEGO® col-
The Columbia community is also invited to participate in this lection and create a masterpiece that will be put on display at the
Cost is $16 and reservations are required. No tickets will be blood drive. You do not have to sign up ahead of time; just come library! Pre-registration is required.
dsold at the door. Parking is at the Baptist Church and Colum- to the high school on Thursday, October 15, anytime between
bia Library. For Handicap/wheelchair accessible, use the ramp 8am - 1 pm. Columbia Crafting Circle - The library is starting a crafting
& elevator. Feel free to dress for tea, with your favorite hat and group that will meet monthly. If you’re working on a project or
festoon with lots of jewels! If you have any questions, please call the school at 440-236- trying to start one, bring it to the library on Saturday, Oct. 24, be-
5001. Participation in this program also supports Lifeshare’s tween 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Knitting, crocheting, cross-stitch-
For more information, contact Gloria at 440-454-2738 or generous scholarship program for graduating seniors. Help save ing, quilting - whatever you want to do, bring it and all materials
email [email protected]. Ladies and Gentlemen are a life - donate blood! needed. Come hang out with other crafters! Pre-registration is
welcome! required.
Columbia Library events
VFW Octoberfest for Writing Group - You’re invited to join a writing group on Sat-
“Help for Heroes” Benefit Pumpkin Decorating Contest - Pick up a pumpkin between urday, Oct. 24, at 11 a.m. Adults who are interested in building
Oct. 19-22. Work with your family to choose a favorite book their writing skills through practice are welcome. Pre-registra-
VFW Post #9340, located at Rt. 82 in Columbia Station (west character and transform your pumpkin into that character at tion is required.
of Columbia and West River Roads) is having an Octoberfest home. Bring your ?nished creation back to the library by Oct. 26
“Help for Heroes” Bene?t on Saturday, October 24, from 4-8 to be put on display. Patrons will be asked to vote to determine a Adult Book Discussion - Borrow A Sudden Light, by Garth
p.m. Tickets for the event are $20 and only 100 tickets will be winner. The winner will be announced on Oct. 31. Stein, from the library. Copies are available for those that would
sold. The event includes German food, beer and much more! like to join the discussion on Monday, Oct. 26, at 1 p.m. Pre-reg-
There will be a “live” authentic German Brass Band entertaining Teen Read Week - Celebrate Teen Read Week, Oct. 19-24! istration is required.
that afternoon. Sixth through 12th-graders are invited to come into the library
to create a two-to-?ve minute video. Library staff will record Teen Book Discussion - Teens, get ready for an upcoming
“Help for Heroes” is a non-pro?t organization that furnish the teens talking about or reading an excerpt from their favor- book discussion. Borrow Red Queen, by Victoria Aveyard, from
homes of previously homeless veterans obtaining housing. ite book. The videos will be featured on the library’s website, the library. Sixth through 12th-graders are welcome to sit in and
Come join them in showing homeless veterans that you still care., and on their social media pages. Be- speak out on this title on Wednesday, Oct. 28, at 6 p.m. Copies
For tickets, call Charlie Hyatt at (216) 798-3224. fore “lights, camera, action,” be sure to have your parent or legal are available at the library. Pre-registration is required.

For more information or to register for programs, call the
Columbia Library at (440) 236-8751. The Columbia Library is
located at 13824 W. River Road North.

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Keyse-Walker and Donovan, L.P.A., sponsored this exciting eve- Book Talk - The library hosts an afternoon book discussion
The North Ridgeville Historical Society will host an open ning of music, dancing, food and prizes. Because of their gener- group for adults on the fourth Tuesday of each month. On Tues-
house on Sunday, October 25, from 2-5 p.m. at the Old Town ous sponsorship, all proceeds from each ticket sold went directly day, Oct. 27, at 1 p.m., they’re doing something a little different.
Hall Museum, 36119 Center Ridge, and the Jaycox Rd. School- to the North Ridgeville Seniors Inc. (Senior Center) and the Lo- It’s members’ choice month! Bring a favorite book you’d like
house, located at 5064 Jaycox. This will be the ?nal public open rain County Of?ce on Aging to help support programs and ser- to share with the group, or come talk about a favorite author.
house for the one-room schoolhouse this season, so join the vices. These programs include transportation, meals-on-wheels, Selections can be recent or something from the past that you’ve
schoolmarm and study your lessons. The Old Town Hall Mu- socialization and supportive services. enjoyed. Anyone is welcome to come and listen, even if you
seum holds many treasures from the past for your enjoyment. don’t want to do any sharing of your own.
Come visit both places and discover something new about your Table sponsors and door prize donors also contributed in For more information or to register for programs, go online
history! making this another successful and fun event for over 350 area at or call the North Ridgeville Library
seniors. at (440) -327-8326. The North Ridgeville Library is located at
Big Band Dance a 35700 Bainbridge Road.
tremendous success Sweet Adelines Ice Cream Social
Lorain County OGS
Kathy and Andy Steirer Sweet Adelines International’s Lake Ridge Chorus invites
everyone to an Ice Cream Social with Carnival Games and Musi- “Using Manuscript Collections,” presented by Dr. Deborah
Seniors from all over Lorain County enjoyed the sounds and cal Performances by the award-winning Lake Ridge Chorus, on Abbott, will be the featured program at the meeting of the Lorain
swing of the Doc McDonald Band at the 23rd annual Big Band Sunday, October 25, from 1-4:30 p.m. at Amvets Post #22, 1517 County Chapter OGS on Monday, October 12, at the North Rid-
Dance/Concert which was at DeLuca’s Place in the Park on State Rte. 60, in Vermilion. geville Library, located at 35700 Bainbridge Rd.
Wednesday, September 23.
There will be prizes, a family photo booth, a 50/50 raf?e This presentation will provide information about manu-
The event, organized all these years by Joan Lowry, bene?ted and food and beverages for sale. Admission is: adults/$5, chil- scripts, which are original records that provide primary sources
North Ridgeville Seniors, Inc. (Senior Center) and the Lorain dren/$2.50 and under 2 are free. There is a small fee for games. of information that can shape your family history. Usually these
County Of?ce on Aging. All proceeds from ticket sales went For more chorus information, visit www.elyriasweetadelines. sources are not completely indexed, which can make them hard
directly to these two organizations, helping seniors in North Rid- com. to sift through; therefore they are often overlooked in genealogi-
geville and throughout Lorain County. cal research. Manuscripts can be found in a variety of reposi-
North Ridgeville Library tories, i.e., libraries, historical societies, universities and private
collec-tions. In addition, they may also be found in repositories
The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald - This year marks the far away from your ancestral home or in the papers of someone
40th anniversary of the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald. Come rich and famous.
on Thursday, Oct. 15, at 6:30 p.m. for a presentation by a speaker
from the National Museum of the Great Lakes. Hear about one Through this lecture, learn the value of researching manu-
of the most famous unsolved mysteries of the Great Lakes. What script collections, what they are, where to ?nd them and how
caused the sinking of the 729-foot freighter on Nov. 10, 1975, to use them in constructing your family history. Social time is
taking the lives of 29 crew on board? at 6:30 p.m.; the program and a general business meeting are at
7 p.m.
Exploration Station - A, B, C. One, two, three. Come learn
about the alphabet, numbers, shapes, colors, patterns and much Individuals with an interest in genealogy are invited to attend
more on Friday, Oct. 16. Stop by the story room between 11 a.m. this free program. Lorain County ancestor is not a requirement
and 2 p.m. to explore with your 2 through 5-year-old. for participation in Chapter events.

Writing Group - You’re invited to join a writing group. Come Contact Pete at (440) 967-8002 or Jean at (440) 949-5167 for
to the library on Saturday, Oct. 17, at 2 p.m. Adults who are in- more information about the Lorain County Chapter of OGS.
terested in building their writing skills through practice are wel-
come. Pre-registration is required. JACK MATIA
Mystery Book Discussion - This month, delve into the pri-
vate underworld of teenage girls while reading The Secret Place New & Used
by Tana French. The mystery book discussion group will talk Cars
about this New York Times best-seller on Wednesday, Oct. 21, at
7 p.m. If you’d like to join them, pick up your copy of the novel 440-366-5501
at the adult information desk.
Steve Moore 823 Leona St., Elyria
Book Sale - The Friends of the North Ridgeville Branch Li-
brary, Inc. book sale starts Friday, Oct. 23. Shop from 10 a.m. New and Certi?ed Hondas
to 6 p.m. The sale continues on Saturday, Oct. 24, from 10 a.m. All Models - Used Cars
to 6 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 25, from 1 to 5 p.m. On Sunday only,
books will be sold by the bag. Friends members may shop the Hours: Mon. & Thurs. 9-9; Tues. & Fri. 9-6; Sat. 8-5
preview sale on Thursday, Oct. 22, from 5 to 8:30 p.m. You may
join the Friends or renew your annual membership that evening.






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The Rural-Urban Record COLUMBIA UNITED NORTH “Welcome Home” TRINITY
Published Weekly on Monday CHURCH CHRISTIAN New Life Wesleyan Church LUTHERAN CHURCH
Abel E. Carpenter & Grace A. Carpenter Worship Service 11149 West River Rd, 38307 W. Royalton Rd,
Founders 1955 10:30 a.m. (Disciples) Columbia Station Grafton (Rts. 82 & 57)
Lee Boise, Publisher & President Sunday School Rt. 82 & 83 Adult Bible Study
Leonard Boise, Publisher 1993-2010 Bible Study, Adults/Young Adults Sunday 9:30am
during Worship Service 440-748-2230 SUNDAY 10 AM Sunday Worship 10:30am
Mailing Address: Children’s Sunday School
P.O. Box 966, Columbia Station, OH 44028 25453 ROYALTON ROAD Worship & Children’s Church 10:30am during Worship
Located at 24487 Squire Rd, Columbia Station COLUMBIA STATION, OHIO WEDNESDAY 6:30 PM Church ph: 440-748-2154
Phone: 440-236-8982 • Fax: 440-236-9198 Worship Services Adult Study, Women’s Study, Preschool ph: 440-748-3445
Pastor Matt Merriman
Email: [email protected] 236-8822 8:00am & 9:30am Teens, Kids Club Rev. John Ramsey II
Website: Rev. Jim Carder,
[email protected] Sunday School United Church of God
DEADLINE: Senior Pastor 12981 Grafton Rd.
News articles & all ads - Wednesday by 12pm 10:45am Rev. Steven Spaeth, Grafton, Oh 44044

OFFICE HOURS: Mon-Thurs., 9am-4pm Polly Tallos Associate Pastor Sabbath Services
Out of Area Subscriptions - $35/year 440-236-8600 Saturdays at 12:30 pm
Christian Ed. & Youth Director
Rev. Charles A. Butcher


Our Lady Queen of Peace St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church St. Elizabeth
Catholic Church Ann Seton
All are welcome at
GRAFTON UNITED Weekend Masses Weekday Catholic Parish
Sat. 4:30pm Mass God’s Table.
METHODIST CHURCH 8:00am 25801 Royalton Rd.
Sun. 8:30 & Chapel Sunday Worship Schedule Columbia Station, OH
973 Mechanic St. •Grafton •926-2034 8:30 am Quiet Communion Service Sacrament of Reconciliation
“We Celebrate Children” 11:00am Mon.-Tues.
Confession: Thurs.-Fri. 9:30 am Christian Education for all ages (Confession)
8:45am Sunday School 10:30 am Communion Service with Music Sat., 4 p.m.- 4:30 p.m.
10:00am Worship Sat. 3:30- Anytime by Appointment
Children’s sermon at both services
10:35am Children’s Church 4:00pm Weekend Masses
300 3rd Street, Elyria, Ohio Sat. 5 p.m.
Rev. Bob Kuntz, Pastor ~708 Erie St., Grafton • 440-926-2364~ (440) 322-2126
Sun. 8 & 11 a.m.
Like us on Facebook 440-236-5095

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GriefShare - LaGrange UMC Trunk-or Treat
Surviving the Holidays
Trunk-or-Treat hosted by LaGrange United Methodist
Pittsfield Community Church No matter how long it’s been since your loved one died, Church, will be held on October 29 from 6-7:30 p.m. in the
celebrates 50 years grief can make the holidays a painful time. But there’s hope. parking lot at 105 West Main Street. This non-scary event
Join this group for an encouraging 5-week session that will is for children under the age of 12. All are invited to bring
On Sunday, October 18, at 10:30 a.m., the Pitts?eld help you survive the holidays and discover new reasons to your goodies, park your car and hand out treats to the little
Community Church will celebrate the church’s 50th Anni- enjoy them again. ghouls! Decorating your trunk is encouraged, but please
versary and the Pastor’s Appreciation month. The service remember this event is designed to give the little ghouls a
will be followed by a potluck luncheon. There will also be The sessions will be held at Christ Church on Tuesdays chance to enjoy Halloween without the fright!
a Basket Auction. Former pastors have been invited and all at 7 p.m., beginning November 10. Christ Church is locat-
who wish to join in this celebration are welcome to attend. ed at 23080 Royalton Rd., in Columbia Station. Call (440) For more information, call Staci at (440) 355-4561.
236-8282 for details.
Moms in Prayer International Bloctober Fall Block Party
23rd annual free
The Moms in Prayer International group meets every Thanksgiving Dinner A Bloctober Fall Block Party will be held on October
Wednesday, from 9-9:30 a.m. at North Eaton Christian 24, from 1-4 p.m. at Fellowship Church, located at 225
Church, located at 35895 Royalton Rd. They pray for the A free meal for the elderly, shut-ins and those in need North Main, in Wellington. Free, fall family fun, including
schools, teachers, students, etc. Some things may seem out in Olmsted Falls, Olmsted Township and Berea will be of- bounce houses, games, prizes, food, face painting, candy
of control in our lives, but prayer does work and helps us to fered on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 26, from and live music. Everyone is welcome! For more informa-
know we are not alone in any situation. All are welcome to 12-6 p.m. at Olmsted Community Church, located at 7853 tion, call the church at (419) 651-1487.
stop by and see what the prayer sessions are all about. Main Street, in Olmsted Falls. For meal delivery call: (440)
454-0629. Spaghetti Dinner

Donations can be sent to: Free Thanksgiving Dinner The Belden United Methodist Church will be holding
17817 Larchwood Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 44135 a Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday, November 14, from 5-7
p.m. The menu includes spaghetti, meatballs, tossed salad,
“Purses With A Purpose” Fields UMC Roast Beef Dinner bread, dessert and beverages. The cost is $8 for adults, $4
for children 6-12 and free for ages 5 and under. Reserva-
Radio Stations WOBL & WDLW announce the return The United Methodist Women of Fields United Meth- tions are preferred, but not required. For tickets, contact the
of “Purses With A Purpose” for 2015. They are asking you odist Church is sponsoring their Fall Roast Beef Dinner church at (440) 926-2680 or any member of the congrega-
to join them as they accept donations of new or gently used on Saturday, October 24, in the church Fellowship Hall at tion. Take-outs will be available. The church is located at
purses and tote bags. All donations will be distributed to 34077 Lorain Road, in North Ridgeville. Tickets are $13 36130 St. Rt. 303, 1/8th mile west of St. Rt. 83.
several local shelters for women and teen girls that are vic- for adults 13 and up, $9/children ages 8-12, $6/children
tims of domestic violence or ?nd themselves near poverty ages 4-7 and free for ages under 4. There will be 2 serv- Kielbasa Dinner
due to hard economic times. ing times for the family style dinner: 4:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Reservations are required and can be made by calling the The Holy Name Society of Our Lady Queen of Peace
“Gold Country” WOBL 1320AM and “Kool Kat Old- church of?ce at (440) 327-8753. The Hospitality Commit- is sponsoring their annual Kielbasa Dinner on Saturday,
ies” WDLW 1380AM invite you to stop by their studios to tee of Fields UMC will also be holding a bake sale in con- November 7, from 5:30-8 p.m. in the parish hall, 702 Erie
drop off donations of new or gently used purses and tote junction with the Roast Beef dinner. There are no tickets Street, in Grafton. Entrance tickets are $1 and include door
bags until October 31. You can visit their main studios at sold at the door the day of the dinner! prize drawings. First prize is $500 and second prize is $200.
45624 U.S. Route 20, in Oberlin or the Midway Mall stu- Dinner is $7 and features all-you-can-eat kielbasa, sauer-
dio. During the month of October, they will air public ser- Proceeds from the Roast Beef Dinner support a variety kraut, mashed potatoes and roll and butter. There will be
vice announcements about domestic violence. They hope of projects sponsored by the UMW, from church improve- a cash bar, raf?es and instant Bingos throughout the eve-
this will help victims gain the strength they need to take that ments to Missions to scholarships and more. ning.
?rst step to do something about it. Or, if there are people
who see or feel there may be a problem with a friend or Edmond Fitzgerald Mystery Revival
family member, to please step forward to offer help or as-
sistance. Carrie Sowden, archaeological director of the Peach- First Baptist Church of Valley City, located at 6936 Cen-
men Lake Erie Shipwreck Research Center, will present ter Rd. (St. Rt. 303), is having a Revival. The event is from
Laubenthal Funeral the program, “The 40th Anniversary of the Mystery of the October 18-21, with Evangelist Chris Hofacker bringing
Services Edmund Fitzgerald,” at the October 19 AAUW meeting the teachings from the King James Bible.
beginning at 7 p.m. at Grace Lutheran Church. The church
Offering Forethought is located at 9685 East River Road, in Elyria. All are wel- Sunday services are at 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m. and Mon-
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Basketball Camp

[email protected] The Elyria Parks and Recreation Department, in coopera-
tion with the Elyria Catholic High School basketball team,
Dumpster Day will be hosting a basketball camp for boys and girls in grades
3-6. Participants will learn skills, drills and tips for the sport
On Saturday, October 17, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Carlisle of basketball. The camp will be held on Saturdays, October
Township will have a Dumpster Day for Carlisle residents 24 & 31 and November 7, from 1-3 p.m. at the East Recre-
with proper I.D. only. ation Center. The registration fee of $15 includes camp T-shirt
and must be paid by October 20 at the Parks main of?ce, 131
Items not accepted at Dumpster Day: tires, televisions, Court St., Suite 103. For more information, call 326-1500.
electronics, computers, cell phones, ?uorescent bulbs and
ballasts, VHS tapes, household batteries, paints, pool chemi- Rookie Basketball League
cals, solvents and garbage.
The Elyria Parks and Recreation Department is accepting
Garbage should be disposed of at the curb with Allied registration for an instructional basketball league for boys and
Waste/Republic pick-up or any other reputable hauler. girls in grades 1-2. Emphasis will be placed on learning fun-
damentals, team work, sportsmanship and fair play. Partici-
If you have any questions regarding Dumpster Day, call pants will be placed on a team with volunteer coaches. An 8-
the Township Administrative Of?ce at (440) 458-5667. foot goal will be used and games will be 4 on 4. The program
will be held on Saturdays beginning November 7 and run for
Free after school program six weeks at the South Recreation Center. The registration fee
of $37 must be paid by October 23 at the Parks and Recre-
The Elyria Parks & Recreation Department is offering a ation Department main of?ce at City Hall. For more informa-
free after school program for grades K-5 from 2:45-5:15 p.m. tion call 326-1500.
The open recreation program offers organized activities and
free play. This supervised program is offered at the following Jean and Robert Sheldon 10247 Dewhurst Rd.,
sites: Robert (Bob) and Jean Sheldon recently celebrated their 60th Suite 101 • Elyria, Ohio
wedding anniversary. They were married on September 3, 1955,
East Recreation Center, 1101 Prospect Street, Elyria - at Grace Lutheran Church in Elyria, with the Rev. W.W. Walker 44035
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. of?ciating.
They are parents of Linda (Jeff) Kraps of Grafton and Saun- 918 Main St, Grafton GRAFTON MAIN ST BAKERY $99,900
West Recreation Center, 1200 Foster Ave., Elyria - Mon- dra Norris of Grafton. They have 4 grandchildren: Gregory & This property could be your “piece of
days and Wednesdays. Laura Kraps and Brittany & Brett Norris. the pie”! Owner has completely redone
To celebrate their anniversary, a family dinner was held at the this business. Top of the line equipment,
Registration is required to participate in open recreation Unicorn Restaurant in Grafton. This was followed by a family display cases etc. all stay! Could be a
and forms are available at the centers and the Main Of?ce. For gathering at their daughter’s home. sandwich shop, deli, catering etc. Apart-
more information, call the Main Of?ce at (440) 326-1500. Congratulations Bob & Jean! ment up to bring in extra income. Afford-
able price for real estate and business
Dumpster Day Assembly by Mr. Peace too! Call Donna Hosey before this sells!

@ Town Hall The students and staff at St. Jude School attended a special Donna Hosey - 440-610-9668
Saturday, Oct. 17, assembly with motivational speaker Mr. Peace. Played by
from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Kevin Szawala, Mr. Peace presented a powerful anti-bullying
message to the students through stories and examples, which
Visit the website to demonstrated how words and actions can impact others. Mr.
see what’s acceptable. Peace explained to the students his slogan, “Reaching Hearts.
Changing Lives.”
Keep in touch with your community

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Page 12, RURAL-URBAN RECORD, October 12, 2015 Additional breaking and entering incidents occurred on the Mama seeks loving home
23rd and the 24th, both at the Midview N. Elementary School.
Rolling Thunder Spaghetti Dinner Both cases also involved arson. Mama is a beautiful 3- Mama
year-old orange cat. She is a
Rolling Thunder, Inc., Chapter 8, is having their 14th annual There was only one car stopped for speeding, and that oc- shy kitty, so she seems to get year and older and $40 for
All-you-can-eat Spaghetti Dinner on Sunday, October 18, from curred on W. Royalton Rd. near Durkee Rd. on the 22nd. One passed by, but is so worth the less than 1 year old. All cats
12-3 p.m. The dinner is being held at VFW Post #9520, located driver was cited for no insurance on W. Royalton Rd. near time to stop and get to know have been spayed or neu-
at 1439 South Carpenter Rd., in Brunswick. Advance tickets and Durkee Rd. on the 24th. There were three citations for expired her. Mama was a stray and tered, vaccinated, dewormed
carry-out tickets per person are $7. Tickets purchased at the door plates; one on the 6th on Eaton Blvd., the second on the 8th on E. knows how it feels to be out on and have tested negative for
are $10 for adults, $6 for children age 12-14 and $3 for children Royalton Rd. and the third on the 29th on Butternut Ridge Rd., her own. This sweet girl would FeLV. Friendship APL is a
6-11. Children under 5 eat free. and that driver was also cited for a light equipment violation. love to know how it feels to private, non-pro?t humane
be a family pet. If you would society. They depend on the
They will also have a 50/50 raf?e, a basket raf?e and door At the E. Royalton Circle K, a motor vehicle operator was like to give Mama a loving, generosity and ?nancial sup-
prizes. stopped for driving under the in?uence, in addition to having a forever home, please call the port of the public to serve the
suspended license. Another individual with a suspended license Friendship Animal Protective people and animals of Lorain
For more information or to purchase tickets in advance, call was also ticketed for not obeying marked lanes and obstructing League at (440) 322-4321. County.
Becky Blackmore at (330) 723-0116. of?cial business. (

Sheriff’s Report Property was found on Elm Rd. on the 21st. A motor vehicle The shelter is located at
was reported stolen on the 29th on E. Royalton Rd. Criminal 8303 Murray Ridge Road, in
The July 2015 Lorain County Sheriff’s Department Incident damaging was reported on Harmony Dr. on July 16th. Elyria. Their hours are from
Report for Eaton Township lists 29 reported incidents. 11 a.m.-4:30 p.m. on Mon-
Assault and knowingly causing harm was recorded on the day, Friday & Saturday; from
Theft was the number one problem this month. Two occurred 19th on E. Royalton Rd. An attempted self destruction was re- 11 a.m.-6:30 p.m. on Tues-
at the Island Rd. Circle K, one on the 7th and the other on the ported on Hawke Rd. on the 19th. Six Domestic Disputes were day & Thursday; and from
24th. On the 19th, there was one on Melody Lane Dr. and an- reported: On the 1st, there was one on Hawke Rd. and one on 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. on Sunday.
other on Avalon Dr., which also involved burglary. Other thefts National Dr. On the 2nd, one was reported on Alton Dr. and on Adoption fees are $10 for 1
occurred on N. Avon Belden Rd. on the 6th, on Cooley Rd. on the 9th there was one on Eaton Blvd. On the 13th there was a
the 27th and again on Avalon Dr. on the 22nd, combined with dispute on Henwell Rd. and lastly, on the 27th one on N. Island Valley City Garden Club
breaking and entering. Rd.
The Valley City Garden Club will meet on Thursday, October
NOTICE OF EATON NORTHWESTERN Cleveland Animal Protective 15, at 7 p.m. at the Emmanuel United Church of Christ, 6656
PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS JOINT ECONOMIC League needs tips Center Road, in Valley City. A speaker from Smith Brothers
will make a presentation on Mulch and Landscaping Materials.
DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT (JEDD) Kitten shot with an arrow Guests are welcome. Contact Marie Stritzel at (440) 748-2267
BOARD MEETING at West 65th and Colgate with any questions.
its eleventh annual meeting on Tuesday, October 13, samaritan came to the Cleve-
2015 at 9:00 am at the Eaton Town Hall, 12043 Avon land APL with a young, grey Chance FAMILY VISION
Belden Rd., Grafton, OH, 44044. This meeting is open cat that had an arrow embed- CENTER
to the public. ded in his back. The cat, now prehension and prosecution
named Chance, was also of the person or persons re- Dr. Norma Jesse, 6621 Center Road
Richard Knechtges, Secretary missing a back paw from sponsible. Optometrist Valley City
an old injury or birth defect.
NOPEC He was found in the area of Chance is still recover- 330-483-4035
INFORMATIONAL MEETING West 65th St. and Colgate ing from surgery that was
Ave., which is north of Lo- required to remove the arrow WE CARRY A OUTSIDE
For all Eaton Township residents rain Ave. and is being treated for the FULL LINE OF PRESCRIPTIONS
infection that resulted from
The Trustees of Eaton Township and NOPEC invite Cleveland APL Humane the injury. He faces another GLASSES WELCOME
all Eaton Township residents to an Informational Meeting Investigators are asking for surgery on his back leg.
on NOPEC’S mission to work cooperatively to provide a anyone with information Hours: Mon & Thurs 9-7; Tues & Fri 9-5;
about Chance or the person Closed Sat, Sun & Wed
competitive environment for energy cost for who shot him to call the
individual customers. Cleveland APL’s Humane
Investigations Hotline at
This issue will be on the November ballot for Eaton (216) 377-1630. A $500 re-
Township Residents. ward will be offered to the
?rst person who provides
a tip that results in the ap-

When: Monday October 19, 2015
Time: 7:00 pm
Where: Eaton Township Hall – 12043 S. Avon Belden
Rd., Grafton Oh 44044

Attendees will have the opportunity to provide verbal
comments/questions. If you have questions prior to the
meeting, please contact Donna Heuler 440-748-2236 or
[email protected] at Eaton Township.

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Page 14, RURAL-URBAN RECORD, October 12, 2015 Leadership qualities pave the exhausted, but I de?nitely had are not limited to his scores
road to Washington, DC a positive outlook for the rest on nation and worldwide ex- of the year.” ams, he has also shown not
“Madyson Hetsler is an ex- Madyson Hetsler only academic excellence,
Preferred Care is ceptional middle school stu- Steven adds, “As a fresh- but also exemplary leadership
Hosting the Health Fair! dent. She exhibits the moral ties; absorb cutting-edge in- man, I knew I wanted to work skills and a commitment to the
October 24th from 10am - 2pm and ethical standards of a sights and knowledge from as hard as I could to ful?ll my community at Keystone. He
great leader through her soft- leading experts; participate in own expectations for success. was the Class President for
at Keystone High School spoken voice and exemplary simulated exercises that mir- I am proud of my scores on this and the preceding three
580 Opportunity Way, LaGrange behavior. She stands strong in ror real-world challenges; and the ACT and AP exams and on years, and he has steered the
her beliefs and advocates for have fun and grow a lifetime my nomination as a National Academic Challenge Team to
Come see us at the health fair those less fortunate. She ?nds network of new friends and Merit Scholar Semi?nalist. As success as their Captain. He
along with the ?u clinic from the strength, not only in herself, peers.” I earned these scores on the also led the Varsity Soccer and
Lorain County Health Department. but also through the empow- second time I took the tests, I Track Teams as a Captain and
erment of her peers and team- Of her experiences while found that I really re?ected on was a Section Leader for the
Other vendors to see are: Tablets for Treatment, mates. Madyson has places to attending the conference, Ma- what each teacher taught me Symphonic Choir. Addition-
Strike Out Lanes, Scrubs by Lisa, Dostall Farms, go and changes to make in our dyson states, “I really liked and applied it to my test-tak- ally, he is a member of the
society.” visiting the war memorials ing strategies and to the exams National Honor Society and
Western and Southern Life, Western Reserve and staying in the Maryland themselves.” Student Council.
Hospice, Nationwide, Senior Years, Simply Said, This statement, made by Science Center. In these and
Madyson’s Language Arts other places we visited, we The expectations Steven set Community involvement
Mary Kay Cosmetics, Haward Hanna Realty, Teacher Ms. Knight, de?nes learned six distinct traits of his freshman year transcend also played a key role in his
with more to be expected. the reasons why she nominat- a good leader: goal setting, into his success as a senior. success. He organized public
There will be free raf?es and a ed Madyson to attend the pres- communication, teamwork, This year, he earned the title service awareness projects,
grand prize drawing. tigious Junior National Young respect, problem-solving and as a National Merit Scholar helped with community metro
Leaders Conference in Wash- character. These are traits I Semi?nalist: a distinction that park events and was a member
Dont Be a Scaredy Cat! ington, D.C. this summer. will de?nitely use to help me places him in the top 1% of all of a philanthropic youth advi-
Get your Flu Shot! make an impact as a leader.” 2016 graduating seniors in the sory committee, tasked with
The purpose of the pro- United States. approving grants to promote
for more info: gram, according to conference community service and learn-
organizers, is to help students Similar to a 10.0 in gym- ing.
440-647-5027 “make new discoveries about nastics, Steven’s performance
their passions, their leader- on theACT college admissions Steven’s memories of his ship strengths and their vi- exam was ?awless. He earned ?rst day of high school and the
sion for the future.” This is a perfect composite score of achievements that followed
and attained through their 6-day 36. Only 1,598 of more than shape the success he has ac-
exploration of Washington, 1.92 million students earned complished throughout the
October Events: DC, “which serves as a living this score. last four years. He concludes,
classroom through the lens of “In my future, I will continue
Wine Tasting Party American history.” His achievements do not to ful?ll my expectations for
end there, however, as he success, and I will continue to
October 14th, 6-8pm In addition, the program was also recognized as an AP surround myself with people
Tasting 4 Wines & 2 Liqueurs aims to “Prepare students to Scholar with Distinction by who encourage, challenge and
make the most of high school, the College Board’s Advanced inspire me.”
Reservations Required college and career opportuni- Placement Program (AP).

Call for Details Steven’s accomplishments

Pig Roast Community Park
Walking Trail Completed
October 24th
$24 Per Person Keystone Schools
Reservations Required Superintendent Franco Gallo

Call for Details I would like to congratulate the KES PTA on holding a won- LaGrange Community Park has completed and opened
derful fundraiser that brought the Harlem Wizards to Keystone the new walking trail. With the addition of the new trail,
New Menu Tasting to play against our own Keystone staff and students. This was a there will be over two miles of paved trails for walking
creative and innovative way to raise funds for the many services and running.
October 29th, $22 Per Person the PTA offers our students and teachers.
RLCWA meeting
Book Your Christmas Party Today!! This week, the 6th graders traveled to Camp Nuhop. This
camp is designed to teach students cooperative learning practices Rural Lorain County Water Authority will have a Board
665 U.S. Grant St., LaGrange | 440-355-4844 and teamwork as well as educate them about the natural world Meeting on Wednesday, October 14, at 7 p.m. The meeting will that surrounds them. It is certainly not only an educational expe- be held at the RLCWA of?ce, located at 42401 State Route 303,
rience but a memorable one as well. in LaGrange. For more information, please contact Mr. Tim Ma-
Nine Bistro Hours: Mon-Thurs. 11 am-10 pm; honey, General Manager, at (800) 842-1339.
Fri.- Sat. 11 am-12 am; Sundays 11 am-9 pm In upcoming events, career day is taking place at the High
School on Wednesday, Oct 14. During this day, the KHS Guid-
ance Counselors have solicited and obtained the help of many
local professionals to discuss their jobs, daily activities and how
they chose the career path that was right for them. This day
presents a wonderful opportunity for our students to explore
the many careers that await them at the conclusion of their high
school career.

An additional upcoming event regarding choices and op-
tions after high school is a presentation from Youngstown State
University President Jim Tressell. Tressell will hold an evening
discussion for parents and students about “Opportunity, En-
gagement, and Success in College and Beyond.” Topics to be
discussed include eliminating college debt, value of student ex-
perience, relevant learning opportunities, career decision mak-
ing, and reaching your goals. The presentation will take place at
Midview High School, in Grafton, on October 14, from 7-8 p.m.
Reservations to attend can be made online at
administrative-of?ces/admissions/home or by calling the Of?ce
of Admissions at (877) 468-6978.

Future Success on the Horizon

Vividly remembering was going to be. By the end
Wednesday, August 29, 2012, of the day, I was completely
Steven Speck recalls walking
the halls of Keystone High
School as a freshman. The
day prior, Steven broke his
right collar bone and arrived
to his 6:30am class in a sling.
Steven recalls, “I could barely
carry all of my books because
I could only use my left arm.
I also had trouble ?nding my
locker, and when I ?nally
did, I couldn’t get it open to
store any of my stuff. I later
dropped all of my books and
my lunch in math class. But,
looking back on the ?rst day, I
?nd I am lucky because I met
my future best friend in my
symphonic choir class. A ju-
nior also offered to carry my
books. This made me feel a lot
more comfortable and helped
show me the way Keystone

RURAL-URBAN RECORD, October 12, 2015 Page 15

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Page 16, RURAL-URBAN RECORD, October 12, 2015 JVS Craft Show MCGS Offers Free
Family History Classes
Peterson Nut Sale fund-raiser The Lorain County JVS will sponsor its 28th Annual Craft
Show on Saturday, October 24, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Over 150 The Medina County Genealogical Society will present “Who
The Wellington Kiwanis Club is conducting its annual Peter- vendors will be present, making it one of the largest craft shows Do You think You Will Find,” free family history classes that
son Nut Sale for scholarships for Wellington High School seniors in Lorain County. are intended to enhance the genealogical knowledge of new and
during the month of October. Fifty percent of each nut sale goes more experienced researchers. The next classes are on Satur-
into the Kiwanis scholarship fund. The Wellington Exempted Vil- There is a $2 door charge that will support Career-Techni- days, October 17 & 24 and November 7, from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
lage Schools helps with this nut sale so that a substantial amount cal Youth Club leadership training and activities at the school. (with a 2-hour lunch break) at the Medina County District Li-
of money can be raised for these scholarships during October. Canned food will be collected for the Second Harvest Food brary, 210 S. Broadway, in Medina.
Bank. Donations will enter donors into a door prize drawing to
Nuts can be purchased from any Kiwanis member, at any be held during the event. Participants may attend as many days as desired. Since space
school of?ce or at Fifth Third Bank. is limited, registration for each class is required. Persons may
The Lorain County JVS is located at 15181 State Route 58 in register by sending an email to [email protected] and
Herrick Memorial Library Oberlin. For more information, contact [email protected]. label the subject line as Genealogy Class. The email should in-
clude the registrant’s name, telephone number and the dates of
Fairies, Elves, Gnomes and Pixies - all live in very small Fall Train Rides attendance.
houses. Create your own tiny house in hopes of enticing a little
person to come live with you. (We’ll even make one!) If you The non-pro?t Lake Shore Railway Association will be of- Topics are as follows: October 17 - Genealogy Software,
have something tiny you would like to add to your house bring it fering train rides on Saturdays and Sundays, at 1:30 p.m., during Technology Issues, Search Techniques/Methods and Google as
along with you. Join us on Saturday, October 17, from 1-3 p.m. the month of October, on the Lorain & West Virginia Railway. a Research Tool; October 24 - Land Records, Immigration/Natu-
For ages 5 and up. Registration is required and limited. Sign up All trains will be leaving from the station on Route 18, just west ralization, Ethnic Research and Funeral Homes/Cemeteries; and
for this Children’s program at the Children’s desk or call the li- of the village of Wellington. Tickets for the approximately 10 November 7 - Military Records, What’s Their Story, DNA and
brary at (440) 647-2920. mile round trip, (5 miles north and 5 miles back) are $15/adults Brick Wall Records.
and $12/children. The special rate for groups of 4-6 is $60. For
Story Times - Story times run until October 29. Lapsit meets more information on this or one of our specialty trains, please More information is available from Pat Morgan, Chapter
Wednesday mornings at 10:30 for ages birth to 24 months. Tod- visit the website at www.LSRA.ORG. Tickets are available at the President, at (330) 725-7540. The chapter’s website is
dlers meet Monday evenings at 6:30 and Tuesday mornings at website, or can be purchased the day of the event.
10:30 for ages 18 mos. to 3 yrs. And, Preschool/Growing Read-
ers meets Thursday evenings at 6:30 for ages 3-5 yrs. Relay for Life Night at the Races Oberlin Rotary Prom Night

Fall Teen Photo Contest - Teens, ages 12 and up, can submit Southern Lorain County Relay for Life Night at the Races The Rotary Prom Night Staci at The Oberlin Inn at
a photo that they have taken with their camera or phone of a fall will take place on Saturday, October 17, at Wellington Eagles Auction and Reverse Raf?e (440) 775-1111.
scene or activity. Pick up the contest guidelines available at the from 5-11 p.m. fund-raising event will be on
front desk when you register for the contest. Photos will be dis- Saturday, October 17, at 6 If you have any questions
played in the teen area of the library at the end of the month. Win Entry fee is $20 per person and includes a steak dinner, beer, p.m. at the New Russia Town- about the auction, contact Rex
prizes. Contest runs through October 31. pop and water. To “own” (name) a horse for one of the races, the ship Lodge, located at 46300 Engle at (440) 774-1111 or
cost is $10. Doors open at 5 p.m. There will be racing, raf?es, Butternut Ridge Road, in [email protected].
New: Boho Chic Necklace - Tuesday, October 13, from 5:30- games and dancing until 11 p.m. Entertainment will be provided Oberlin.
7, for adults 18 and over. All supplies included. by Jolly Roger Entertainment LLC. RENT ME!
Doors open at 6 p.m. Come
Friends’ Annual Meeting - is October 27 at 7 p.m. Open to The event is sponsored by the First Congregational Church prepared for food, fun, music
all members or come and join the Friends of the Herrick Memo- and Team O’Barn. For tickets, call Bill at (440) 812-1473 or Der- and dance. Prom attire (lace,
rial Library. rick at (440) 476-1175. Proceeds from this event will be donated sequins, chiffon, bow ties,
to the American Cancer Society.
Afternoon Book Discussion - October 23, from 2-3. The
book for discussion is Out of the Depths, by Edgar Haller (non- Oberlin Heritage Center program cummerbunds, ruf?ed shirts,
?ction). People interested in participating in the discussion can pompadours, bouffants, bee-
check out a copy of the current month’s book. hives and bangs) is strongly
Oberlin Heritage Center he combines his passions for encouraged. Working up the Pequea SL 10 Lime Spreader
Date Change: A Wreath for All Seasons - TBA (This pro- presents “An Evening with history and music in a number courage to ask a special some-
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Lorain County Sheriff’s Auxiliary Murray Ridge Road, in Elyria, or from the Sheriff’s website, RURAL-URBAN RECORD, October 12, 2015 Page 17 Application deadline is Decem- as an understanding of the symptoms and behaviors of special
Sheriff Phil R. Stammitti is proud to announce the next train- ber 31, 2015. needs populations, such as those with Alzheimer’s, Autism and
ing class for the Sheriff’s Auxiliary. The class is tentatively other cognitive conditions.
scheduled to begin on January 19, 2016. APL “Cold Noses, Warm
Hearts” fund-raiser “We strive to maintain the best services possible to our citi-
The Sheriff’s Auxiliary is composed of volunteers whose ob- zens. In August of 2011, working with the County Commission-
jective is to augment the strength of the Sheriff’s Of?ce and be a The Cleveland Animal Protective League is hosting its annual ers we combined our dispatch center with 911 to save funding
supplement to regular staff of Deputies and Correction Of?cers. gala fund-raiser, “Cold Noses, Warm Hearts,” Fur Ball 2015 on and get three additional deputies for the Law Enforcement Divi-
Saturday, November 7, at the InterContinental Hotel Cleveland. sion.
The class is open to all persons who are 19 and older, have a
high school diploma, are citizens of the United States and are of Hosted by WKYC-TV’s Monica Robins, the gala will ben- “As Sheriff of Lorain County, I still love my job and look
impeccable character. e?t the APL’s Second Chance Program. The goal of the Second forward to coming into work each day to serve the citizens of
Chance Program is to provide veterinary care for wonderful ani- Lorain County,” adds Stammitti.
In 2014, the Sheriff’s Auxiliary donated 16,292 hours to the mals who are looking for another chance—a chance not only to
Sheriff’s Of?ce and to the citizens of Lorain County. These hours survive, but also to heal and start a new, healthy life with a lov-
were accumulated in three basic areas of duty. ing family. “Cold Noses, Warm Hearts” will include silent and
live auctions, dinner, inspirational video presentations featuring
Cruiser Duty - Those meeting requirements and training are stories of animals who have bene?tted from the Cleveland APL’s
permitted to ride with regular Deputies of the Sheriff’s Of?ce. Second Chance Program and a surprise guest appearance from a
This assignment provides the capability of having two person VIP (Very Important Pooch)—or two!
patrol cars in the county. Their responsibility is to augment the
Road Deputy in the performance of his/her duties. The evening’s festivities begin at 5:30 p.m. Individual tickets
are available for purchase with a deadline of Friday, October 16,
Jail Duty - To augment the Correction Of?cer in the Cor- to RSVP. Corporate and patron tables for 10 are also available.
rection Facility. The duties and responsibilities of persons work- Some of the auction items include: a 5-day stay for 5 people at a
ing in the Correction Facility are prescribed by law and are very vacation home in Key West, Florida, a block party for 40 people
demanding. catered by “ShortRib1” - Fahrenheit’s of?cial food truck, tickets
and pre-game ?eld passes to the Browns game on Sunday, De-
Special Duty - To assist with traf?c control and security at cember 13, vs. the San Francisco 49ers and the opportunity to
special functions such as the Lorain County Fair and numerous have your pet photographed for the cover of the 2017 Cleveland
other events and festivals throughout the county. APL calendar. For more information about the Cleveland Animal
Protective League or Fur Ball 2015, please call 216-771-8823, or
Anyone interested in applying for the next class of the Lorain visit
County Sheriff’s Auxiliary can obtain an application by writing,
calling or stopping at the Lorain County Sheriff’s Of?ce, 9896 Sheriff Stammitti files for fifth term

Sheriff Phil R. Stammitti is happy to announce that he has
?led his paperwork to run for a ?fth term as Lorain County Sher-
iff. “It has been an honor to serve the citizens of Lorain County
for the past 43+ years as a law enforcement of?cer, with the past
15 years as your Lorain County Sheriff,” stated Stammitti.

Sheriff Stammitti will continue programs that his predeces-
sor started and the many programs that started under his admin-
istration, such as: Sheriff’s Web-page, Child ID program, the
Sheriff’s Honor Guard Unit, the Bicycle Unit, a Weight Scale
Unit for Truck/Citizen safety, a Sexual Offender/Predator Unit,
Environmental Unit, a Motorcycle Unit, obtaining a Speed Trail-
er, Laser Radar, Mobile Date Terminals in deputy cruisers, the
Special Needs Unit in the jail for inmates who suffer from mental
illness, the Corrections Awareness Program and receiving sev-
eral grants from the federal government for various projects. In
2013, we began a Fatherhood Program in the jail; in 2014 we col-
laborated with community partners to begin a Veterans Outreach
Program and a Re-entry Program within the jail. We are also in
the beginning stages of starting a Project Lifesaver Program to
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Page 18, RURAL-URBAN RECORD, October 12, 2015 Meet the Band Seniors •MHS Fall Choir Concert - Monday, Oct. 12 at 7pm
•NEOEA Day (No school) - Friday, Oct. 16
BRUSH PICK UP Arianna Johnson Kaila Bolden •East Intermediate Parent-Teacher Conferences – October 14
Brush pick up in the village of Grafton will end for the sea- & 15, 3:30-7pm
son on Wednesday, October 21. Leaf pick up dates will be de- The Marching Blue is pleased to introduce their senior mem- •Midview Middle School Parent-Teacher Conferences – Oc-
termined. bers. The ?rst two to be featured are Arianna Johnson and Kaila tober 15, 3:30-7pm
Bolden. I hope everyone enjoys the beautiful fall weather and make
TRICK-OR- TREAT NIGHT sure to get out and cheer on our Middies fall sports teams!
The Grafton Village Council has set Trick-or-Treat Night in Johnson is a trumpet player for both the marching and con- Have a great week!
Grafton for Saturday evening, October 31, from 6-7:30 p.m. cert bands. In addition to the band, she is a member of the girls Mr. Scott Goggin, Superintendent, Midview Local Schools
varsity basketball team, where she is a 3-year letterman. She [email protected] Twitter: @scottgoggin
HALLOWEEN PARADE plans to attend college for sports medicine or diesel mechanics.
The annual Halloween Costume Parade will be held on Sun- She would like to play college basketball. Her favorite marching University President to discuss
day, October 25. Line-up begins at 12:30 p.m. at the Grafton band moment was doing the -watch me whip/nae nae - with all college debt, decision making etc.
Police Station on Mechanic Street. The parade will step off at 1 of the mascots at an event at Mike Bass Ford. She also enjoyed
p.m. There will be prizes given for best costumes in three divi- dressing in costumes to play Thriller. Youngstown State University President Jim Tressell will
sions: pre-school, elementary and middle/high school. Refresh- hold an evening discussion for parents and students about
ments will be offered. Thank you to our emergency responders Bolden is a leader on the ?eld, serving as one of Midview’s “Opportunity, Engagement and Success in College and Be-
for sponsoring and planning this long running annual event. drum majors. During concert season she plays the ?ute and can yond.” Topics to be discussed include eliminating college
be heard playing the tenor saxophone with the Swingin‘ Blues debt, value of student experience, relevant learning opportu-
NOMINATIONS OPEN Jazz Band. Bolden is also a member of the National Honor So- nities, career decision making and reaching your goals. The
It is almost time to present the eighth annual Right Track ciety at Midview. Like Johnson, she is also a 3-year letterman on presentation will take place at Midview High School, in Graf-
Awards. An award is given to an individual citizen, a non-pro?t the girls varsity basketball team. She is active in Junior Olym- ton, on October 14, from 7-8 p.m. Reservations to attend can
organization, a business, and an individual youth who have gone pics and 4-H and enjoys playing volleyball and snowmobiling. be made online at
above and beyond to contribute to the Grafton-Midview com- Her future plans include attending Cleveland State University to admissions/home, or by calling the Of?ce of Admissions at
munity. Nominations are now being accepted. To nominate a become a nurse. Her favorite band moment was stepping on the 877-468-6978.
candidate, send an e-mail stating the name of the nominee and a ?eld for her very ?rst show as a freshman.
brief reason for the nomination to [email protected]. Professional
The band will feature other seniors in the coming weeks. Flooring
Students attend camp
Midview Schools Residential & Commercial, Flooring and Installation
Approximately 230 6th grade students from Midview East In- Superintendent Scott Goggin
termediate School, 13 parent chaperones and 16 Midview High GRAND OPENING
School students spent the week of September 14 attending Camp October is here and I can tell by looking at the quickly chang-
Y-Noah in Green, Ohio. The campers were split into two groups, ing trees that autumn is in full swing. Saturday October 24th 10am - 3pm
each spending three days at the camp. The students participated
in activities such as rock wall climbing, horseback riding0 and Midview High School was only one of a few select schools to Come see us for promotions & specials!
canoeing. The students also climbed the Alpine Tower, took an attend the International Elastomer Conference held in Cleveland Treats for the Kids!
eco-walk and did tree identi?cation activities. this year, sending 12 students to a special STEM day for high
school students called Experience Elastomers: A Day of STEM- Giveaways and Music for all!
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experiments and learning activities and learn the properties of
First Course rubber such as physical, chemical, thermal expansion, network,
density, friction and motion. This is an exciting opportunity for
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It is important for students and parents to note these following
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Midview graduate commissioned Grafton-Midview Library RURAL-URBAN RECORD, October 12, 2015 Page 19
as a Second Lieutenant
The Grafton-Midview Library is always working to spon- ADDOoRnN’t FSaAllL..O. N
sor quality programs. For accurate planning, please be advised CALL!WHERE ATTITUDE IS EVERYTHING
Logan Mains, a 2010 Logan Mains most library programs require registration. To register, call 926-
graduate of Midview High 3317, visit the library at 983 Main Street in Grafton or visit their appointments preferred
School, was commissioned the current Military Intelli- website, walk-ins welcome
as a Second Lieutenant in the gence Basic Of?cer Leader-
United States Army Reserve ship Course program of in- Babypalooza - Wednesday, October 14, from 10- 10:30 a.m. 440-268-8333HOURS:
in a ceremony held at the Uni- struction. 2LT Mains resides Join us Wednesdays in September for this short and lively pro-
versity of Toledo. 2LT Mains in Arlington, Virginia where gram for babies (from birth to 3 years) and their caregivers. Tues-Thur 9-8:00;
graduated from the Univer- he is employed as a Strategic Babypalooza is a great way to introduce baby to the world of Fri & Sat 9-4:00
sity of Toledo in 2014 with Analyst at the Defense Com- stories using songs, rhymes, and lap bounces. Register today!
a Bachelors Degree in His- bating Terrorism Center and ~Next to Marco’s Pizza~
tory and a Minor in Military is a member of the United Community History Group - Wednesday, October 14, 2-3
Science. After graduation, he States Army Reserve. p.m. Please join us at GMPL for discussions and research of Friendly, Professional & LOCAL
attended the Military Intelli- our community’s history. Topics will focus on the upcoming 541 NORSTHenMiAoINrSiTn. |hGRoAmFTeONC| 4a4r0in-9g26-0333
gence Basic Of?cer Leader- Grafton Bicentennial.
ship Course in Ft. Huachuca, 1007 Parsons Road • Grafton, OH 44044
Arizona. 2LT Mains distin- Craft & Chat - Thursday, October 15, 6-8 p.m. Craft & Chat 440-926-2880
guished himself amongst his is a program for adults that enjoy creating handicrafts of all
peers by demonstrating su- types. Crafters can bring existing projects and learn new ones. KRAG J. CHURCHILL, D.D.S.
perior analytical skills, oral Participants are encouraged to share their knowledge of their
communication and research favorite craft with the rest of the group. In October, those craft- GENERAL PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY
ability in successfully com- ers wishing to create a decorative wine bottle gift container may
pleting all requirements for do so.A supply list will be available at the Library. ~NEW PATIENTS WELCOME~
the Van Deman Honors Pro-
gram. He was one of 3 stu- Block Party - Friday, October 16, All day during Library Hours by Appointment
dents out of a class of 36 to hours. Head to GMPL for our Block Party and put your creativ-
meet all of the requirements ity to the test! Legos will be available in the children’s depart- 419 NORTH MAIN STREET
of this extremely demanding ment all day, along with special building challenges. Join the GRAFTON, OHIO
and labor intensive program, Junior Maker movement at the library.
while continuing to excel in 440-926-2705
GMPL Writers Bunch -Tuesday, October 20, 6-9 p.m. This
is an uplifting, casual union of writers of all genres. A fun home-
work assignment is given each meeting to complete and share
the following month. Writing accomplishments, critiquing, and SAVE MONEY WITH
snacks are shared each meeting. Come enjoy a unique fellow- THE HOME/CAR DISCOUNT.
ship of like minds. Who knows where it will lead?
Teen Advisory Group -Wednesday, October 21, 6-7 p.m. Which helps when you have the
Become a member of the Teen Advisory Group and help plan
upcoming activities and events for the Library. Volunteer at HOME/CAR PAYMENTS.
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Support Your Neighborhood
Skeleton 5K Run Businesses,
for Your Bones
Buckeye Shop Locally!
University Hospitals Elyria
Medical Center presents their
16th annual Skeleton 5K Run
for Your Bones on Sunday,
Bigfoot October 25, at Amherst Steele
High School. All proceeds
from the race will bene?t the
Amherst Schools Science
Olympiad, Amherst Running
Club and the UH Elyria Medi-
Saturday, October 24th 5:30 - 7:30 PM cal Center Foundation.
Runners can choose from
not only the 5K race, but also
Whether or not you’re a a one-mile “Funny Bone” race
as well as a quarter-mile “Sil-
ly Bone” run. Running while
believer, evidence shows dressed in Halloween cos-

Bigfoot may exist in our area. tumes is a tradition for each of
the races, and “Spirit Awards”
will be given to runners in the
Come and decide for yourself. best costumes.

For the 5K, chip timing
will be utilized, which pro-
vides the fastest and most
Join Marc DeWerth from the accurate race results. Hermes
Sports & Events will adminis-
Ohio Bigfoot Organization ter the system.

Race day registration be-
gins at 8 a.m., with the quarter-
as he shares his adventures mile “Silly Bone” run starting
at 8:45 a.m., followed by the
hunting for Bigfoot. one-mile “Funny Bone” run at
9:15 a.m. The 5K “Skeleton
Run” begins promptly at 9:30
Adults, teens and children are welcome. a.m. Long-sleeved “Tech” T-
shirts will be distributed to the
Registration is required. ?rst 400 paid 5K participants,
and short-sleeved T-shirts will
be distributed to the ?rst 100
Sponsored by the Friends of GMPL’s 2014 Read Between the Wines event. paid “Funny Bone” runners.

Immediately following the
race, awards will be distribut-
ed. Medals will be given to the
?rst, second and third place
?nishers in each age group
and gender. Refreshments will
be available to all runners and
Registration is only a click, call or visit away. their families.

983 Main St., GraOon To register for any of the
races, or for more informa-
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Page 20, RURAL-URBAN RECORD, October 12, 2015 MHOF CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE holding their opponent under 40 points seven times during the
Don Schaly, Midview Coach from 1961-63, achieved the campaign. Midview earned the #2 seed in the Division 1 tour-
Pancake and Sausage Breakfast nament, and while they were the only seeded team to advance
majority of his accolades at the collegiate ranks. Don Schaly to the district, they dropped a heartbreaking 38-35 contest to
The Grafton Township Fire Department’s semi-annu- began his legendary coaching career at Midview High School Brunswick in the district semi-?nal. Troy DiFranco received
al pancake and sausage breakfast will be held on Sunday, as Head Baseball Coach. During his time with the Middies, the Hall of Fame plaque on behalf of the team.
October 18, from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. at the township hall at he also assisted with the football team and taught in the math
the corner of State Routed 303 and 83, in Belden. Cost and science departments. Schaly, a native of Ellwood City, SENIOR OUTREACH PROGRAM
for the all-you-can-eat breakfast is $5.50 for ages 11 & Pennsylvania, left Midview following the 1962-63 school
up, $5 for seniors, $3 for children 4-10 years old and chil- year and spent the next forty years at Marietta College build- Sponsored by North Ridgeville Seniors, Inc. with
dren 3 and under are free. The Life Share blood mobile ing the baseball team into the best NCAA Division III base- programs being held at Hinkson Hysell VFW Post
will be on site from 9 a.m. til noon. Breakfast is free with ball program in the nation. The 1959 graduate of Marietta 3341 Banquet Hall - 783 Huron Street in Grafton
a successful donation. You can take the time to check out College played baseball and football for the Pioneers. He re- The Grafton/LaGrange areas are looking for Meals on Wheels
our equipment that you helped to purchase, and this is turned to his alma mater in 1964 and never left, guiding his drivers. To become a driver, contact Robin @ 353-0829.
the perfect time to meet your volunteer ?re?ghters and teams to three NCAA Division III National Championships If there is ever a snow day for Keystone or Midview,
EMTs. and seven National Runner-up ?nishes. He won 18 Mideast
Regional Championships and 27 Ohio Athletic Conference ALL PROGRAMS WILL BE CANCELED.
Belden Historical Society Championships. Schaly never had a losing season in his base-
ball coaching career. The legendary coach humbly accepted These Programs are Available to ALL SENIORS at NO CHARGE.
The Belden Historical Society invites its members, and an impressive collection of coaching awards during his ca-
members of the community that are interested in local history, reer. He was inducted into the American Baseball Coaches 10/12 at 2:00 pm Senior Coffee Club. Movie with
to its meeting on Wednesday, October 14, at 7:30. As always, Association (ABCA) Hall of Fame in 1995 and the National free donuts and coffee for participants.
they will meet at the Museum on the northeast corner of St. College Baseball Hall of Fame in 2013. Schaly was named 10/13 at 2:00 pm Senior Exercise Class being
Rts. 303 and 83. the National Coach of the Year four times (1975, 1981, 1983 instructed by Debi’s Personal Training with fruit and
and 1986) and in 2000 Collegiate Baseball named him the Di- juice for participants.
Sheriff’s Department vision III Coach of the Century. Schaly was also awarded the 10/16 at 2:00 pm Senior Card Club with pop and
Incident Report OAC’s Coach of the Year 17 times and the Mideast Regional snacks for participants.
Coach of the year 21 times. Schaly’s ?nal record at Mariet- 10/19 at 2:00 pm Senior Coffee Club. Movie
The Lorain County Sheriff’s Department has released the ta was 1,442-329, but Schaly’s role in the Marietta College with free donuts and coffee for
incident report for Grafton Township. Athletics Department extended far beyond the duties of head participants.
baseball coach. He was an assistant football coach for 17 10/20 at 2:00 pm Senior Exercise
On September 2, a driving while under the in?uence of al- years and served as an assistant athletic director for more than Class being instructed by Debi’s
cohol/drugs was issued to a driver, along with a ?ctious plates 20 years. Schaly also played a primary role in the formation Personal Training with fruit and juice
charge regarding a private property crash. A Cowley Road of the Marietta College Athletic Hall of Fame. Schaly passed for participants.
residence was burglarized and a charge of receiving stolen away from a short battle with cancer in 2005. He is survived 10/23 at 2:00 pm Senior Card Club
property on State Route 83 was recorded on September 5. On by his wife Sue and four sons John, Jim, Joe and Jeff, who are with pop and snacks for participants.
September 6, receiving stolen property was reported on State all actively involved in sports at the college level. His plaque
Route 83. Driving while under the in?uence of alcohol/drugs was presented to Sue Schaly. • If you have questions on these programs, please contact
was issued to a driver, along with operating under a ?nan- the VFW’s Canteen Manager by calling 440-926-3341.
cial responsibility suspension and a marked lanes violation The 1998-99 Midview Boys Basketball Team set a school
on September 16. On September 19, deputies responded to a record of 20 wins, making the squad special. Led by coach • The VFW Hall is available for rent to use for your special
domestic dispute on State Route 83, an alleged domestic vio- Troy DiFranco, the team featured a starting ?ve of three occasions. Call 440-926-3341 and ask for the Canteen
lence was issued. A theft from a motor vehicle was reported seniors, Bobby Couch, Kyle Crawford & Eric Crozier, and Manager for additional information.
on September 21 on April Hill Drive. two juniors, Doug Gerber & Ben Elwell.It was a deep squad
though, with contributions off the bench from Craig Hughes,
Kenny Scott, Ryan DiFranco, Brett Boron, Josh Hengartner,
Shane Burnsworth and Jason Monschein. Several players led
the team in various statistical categories. The squad compiled
a school record 16-game winning streak to start the season.
They ran the table in the Lorain County Conference, going
14-0 in league play. The Midview offense was balanced, with
Gerber averaging 12 points per game, Elwell 11 and Craw-
ford just fewer than 11, for a team that averaged 59 points
per contest. They were also the best defensive team in Lo-
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CLEANING Call Aviation Institute of Main- or call 800-450-7227. Top soils and mulches.
AUTOS WANTED tenance 866-453-6204 Friday Only, Oct. 16, 8am-5pm. 440-458-5551
3 Chics and a Broom: Green FOR RENT 210 Hendrix Blvd., LaGrange.
Mike’s Hooker Service. We Cleaning. Let us spiff you ELECTRONICS Adult clothing, vintage & JACK’S STUMP REMOVAL
pay top dollar for all unwant- up! Licensed, bonded and Affordable apartments in La- household items, decorations, & LAWN CARE
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needs are different. We spe- About FREE SAME DAY In- Call 440-323-7067. 216-410-7106
DONATE YOUR CAR, TRUCK cialize in catering to what your stallation! CALL Now! 877- AMVETS POST 32
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THE BLIND. Free 3 Day Va- for your free assessment ap- rity deposit. Newly remodeled vice. Complete tree removal,
cation, Tax Deductible, Free pointment at 440-213-7527. DISH TV Starting at $19.99/ 2 bedroom town homes with Capacity: Hall-250, trimming, root feeding and
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7416 EDUCATION About FREE SAME DAY In- included. Call 216-347-6775. sale. 440-236-3061.
stallation! CALL Now! 877- Call for pricing
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it to the Humane Society. Call Education Quarters offers a ESTATE SALE Acorn Stairlifts. The AFFORD- Mohawk Valley Hobby Farm -
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on Oct. 17. 3489 Vandemark rect & SAVE. Please call 1- Catering Available off the NY State Thruway, 40
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and brochure. 738-6994 for more info.
Safe Step Walk-In Tub Alert Capacity 150-175 PETS
Rusty Oak Nursery for Seniors. Bathroom falls Catering Available
can be fatal. Approved by 36854 Royalton Rd. All Paws Kennel, 24344 Foster
Is Holding A Arthritis Foundation. Thera- (1 mile East of Durkee) Rd., Litch?eld, 330-648-9509.
peutic Jets. Less Than 4 Inch Heated indoor facility, 4 fenced
PUBLIC AUCTION Step-In. Wide Door. Anti-Slip Grafton, Ohio exercise yards, custom care.
Floors. American Made. In- 440-653-7227 $15 per day. Grooming now
“Annual Autumn Inventory Reduction” stallation Included. Call 1- available.
Saturday October 17th 2015 @ 9:00 AM 800-906-3115 for $750 Off FULL park with restrooms, 3
pavilions, air conditioned hall, ROOFING
Location: 1547 Marks Rd., Valley City, OH 44280 LOCAL HONEY for 25 to 138. Call LaGrange
Lions Club. 440-458-6781. JARRELL CONSTRUCTION
This is NOT a going out of business sale 8oz - $9 , 12oz - $12 Quality roo?ng &
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Field Grown Trees: Tree sizes range from 4’-5’ to 20’-25’ tall. Varieties may include 9:30-11:30 a.m. Monday-Fri-
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King, Red Maple, Columnar Maple, Japanese Maple, & Paperbark Maple; Serviceber- Amish roofers.
ry; Flowering Pear; Redbud; Hackberry; Hawthorn; Honeylocust; Ginko; Sweetgum; GARAGE SALES PENFIELD TWP. HALL
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White; American Elm; Pink Weeping Cherry; Snow Fountain Weeping Cherry; Oak va- lumbia Station. Oct. 15, 9am- Twp. Meeting hall,
rieties such as but not limited to, Red Oak, Bur Oak, White Oak, Scarlet Oak; Tree Li- 3pm. Something for everyone! Cap. 42-60 RUMMAGE SALE
lac; Hemlock; Bald Cypress; Horsechestnut; Buckeye; Hybrid Elm. Container Grown Children’s clothing and toys,
Shrubs: Including but not limited to: Ninebark; Chokeberry; Dogwood; Lilac; Spirea; household items, wall hang- Community room, Community Methodist Church,
Viburnum; Juniper; Forsythia; Butter?y Bush; Hydrangea; Weigela; Ornamental Grass- ings and art work, small appli- Cap. 150-300 680 North Abbe Rd., Elyria.
es; Roses; Rose of Sharon; Summersweet; Burning Bush; Holly; Barberry; 100s of ances, some building materi- Weds., Oct. 14, 9-7pm; Thurs.,
small spruces – great for windbreaks. Plus lots of unique plants not listed, concrete & als. Please, no early birds. Available for all occasions. Oct. 15, 9-3pm. Men’s, wom-
stone pavers & wall stone and other misc. items! Loading: All plant material must be 41012 St. Rt. 18, Wellington en’s, children’s clothing,
taken the day of Auction or Sunday, the day after auction, unless other arrangements are Big Huge Sale! shoes, purses, linens, house-
made with Rusty Oak Nursery. Loading will be provided. Terms: Cash, Check w/ bank Call 440-537-3116 for hold items, lots of furniture,
letter, Visa or M/C. 10% Buyers Premium will be added to determine the ?nal sales October 15,16,17 availability & rates. records, cassette tapes, CDs
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Marks Rd., Columbia Station.
Ask for Tom. Check out our
Website for additional
Garage Sales
Masonry step repairs, brick
work, stone veneer, tuck-point-
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small. Pannell, 440-610-2541.


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330-603-5955. Beginners-ad-
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available. Indoor & outdoor
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DAN’S UPHOLSTERY Wants to purchase minerals J. A. KILBY ENT. ELECTRICAL
over 30 yrs. experience and other oil and gas inter-
ests. Send details to P.O. Box Concrete • Masonry J.A. Kilby Electrical
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attics and barns. We pay well. or 888-210-5233. Get Quality Service since 1989
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Hart Free •Plumbing Services •All Phases of Excavation •Sewer
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ments! Call 1-877-588-8500, 800-619-7808 (24 hours) 440-327-3433
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Residential - Commercial
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Call for store hours & private
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Dowtown Elyria
316-A Broad St.•440-323-4258 RAND PACIFIC HOTEL
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• Wedding Receptions • Showers • Rehearsal
AUTOS WANTED Dinners • O?ce Parties • Anniversaries
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24 Hour Emergency Service
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See Our Selection of Washers • Dryers Your Auto or Complete
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Bud & Diane Casey, Owners IN HOME SERVICE ON


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Exposed Aggregate Pads
Richards Concrete LLC 440-748-3197

440-328-6425 N. Ridgeville Office

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Concrete Patios • Driveways • Custom Homes
Contact Us Today! 440-458-4985
KIM KAZMIERCZAK (440) 458-6619

YOUR HOME 13240 Grafton Rd. • Grafton, OH 44044



IMAGE BUILDING & RENOVATION MILUM PAINTING Licensed by Board of Health www.rura
Cuyahoga, Medina & Lorain Counties
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• Prompt, Reliable Service Easy
•Kitchen & Bathroom Replacement •Roofing FREE ESTIMATES
• Senior Discounts
440-724-9338 440-309-5938 Chuck & Adam Dunlap, Owners

Square LANDSCAPING $5 Off with this ad l-urbanrecor
Construction RESIDENTIAL 440-926-0057
Home Remodeling: Bathrooms, Basements & Kitchens Also:
Roofing,Siding & Windows Plus: Decks, Fences & Storage Barns

440-864-5161 Licensed, Bonded & Insured SERVICES:

HAMPER CONSTRUCTION 440-324-4321 •Plumbing Repairs TREE SERVICE
•Sewer & Drain Cleaning
Our Name Means Quality •Electronic Locating
•Video Camera Inspection
Your Full Service Contractor •Sewer Excavation
•Kitchens •Baths
30 Years Experience Personal Plumber Service Corp.
•Garages •Decks •Additions
•Concrete Trim 24 HOUR EMERGENCY $25OFF Jason E. Davis
•Flooring & More SERVICE Any Service -Complete Crane Service-

Licensed•Bonded•Insured • Over 20 Years Experience OH LIC #21372 “No Tree Too Big or Too Small!”
Tree/Stump Removal
Tim Hamper Office: 440-236-3851/Cell: 440-506-2302 Expires 12/31/15. Not valid with any other offer.
Tree Trimming, Firewood “FREE ESTIMATES”
Bonded & Insured
812 Bond Street, Elyria 44035
BULK LANDSCAPE SUPPLIES Residential & Commercial Plumbing Services Ph: 440-452-4840 email: [email protected]

Topsoil •Black Leaf Humus •Sweet Peet Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling and Additions ARBOR CARE TREE
CAD Design & Visual Renderings Available
10 DIFFERENT MULCHES •New Work •Replacement •Repairs • 60 Ft. Bucket Truck
•Gravel •Boulders •Flat Rock • 113 Ft. Crane
•Straw •Sand •Limestone •Grass Seed •Sewer & Waterline Excavation & Installation
Picked Up or Delivered •Camera Inspections •Abandoned Wells Capped • Removal, Trimming, Firewood
Large & Small Loads
440-327-3433 • Triple Shredded Mulch
34020 Royalton Rd. Eaton Twp.
State License/Insured • 24/7 Emergency Response Fully Insured & Workmen’s Comp. • TCIA member
1-888-524-4544 D.W.V. • Gas Lines • Water Lines 440-979-0618 Cell: 216-973-2675
Boilers • Hot Water Tanks • Fixtures • Backhoe Work WATERPROOFING
Residential • Industrial • Commercial
State ID# 19467
Family owned & operated over 27 yrs. Edward Logar ODOT Certified “Stop the water before it stops you!”
1Nursery open to the public • Design & Installation - Water Features, •Full Foundation Waterproofing •Wall Straightening,
Off: 330-483-0055 7424 Crocker Rd. Replacement and Repairs •Full Plumbing Services
Lawn Installation, Paver Patios & Walk Ways ICPI Certi?ed, Cell: 216-970-1910
Irrigation Installation & Service Valley City, OH 44280 •Yard Drainage Systems •Concrete Replacement

12590 Durkee Rd., Grafton • 440-748-2642 BENEDICT ROOFING 440-327-3433
Family Business for Three Generations
Modern Landscaping & Design, Inc. Waterproo?ng • Drainage Work
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Residential ~ Commercial Bob 440-238-6485 • Chris 440-238-5949
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Licensed • Insured • Free Estimates
Retaining Walls • Ponds • Waterfalls • Grading Work

Call: 440-748-1333 All Seasons Roo?ng BASEMENT
QUALITY AT THE BEST PRICE Tear-Offs, Slates, Chimney Mason
TOPSOIL Siding & Gutter Repairs • Waterproofing
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• Excavating
• Sewer Replacement
(440) 236-5300 Free Estimates for All Roof and Ventilation Needs
Tear-offs •Re-roofs • Repairs • Stain Removal 440.773.3040
GRAFTON TOPSOIL Of?ce: 440-236-4001 •
•MULCH •TOPSOIL •DRIVEWAY STONE •RAILROAD TIES Licensed • Bonded • Insured • Jason Jakubisin, Owner


• Metal Roofs & Seamless Metal Gutters All Types • Metal Roof Coatings ART’S WATER SYSTEMS
• Shingles & Siding • Pole Barns - Roof & Repair • Residential/Commercial
• Bonded/Insured • BBB/Angies List • Quality Professional Workmanship SERVICE • SALES • INSTALLATIONS
Cell: 216-402-2470 / 216-403-2965


KEVIN BOLDEN 440-322-2987

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