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Published by The Rural-Urban Record, 2018-08-21 10:25:42


The Rural-Urban Record

“Your Free Weekly Community Newspaper”
“Celebrating 63 Years of Community Service!”

Volume 64, No. 8 Columbia Station, Ohio August 20, 2018

Herb Guild Garden Club 2018 scholarship winners

On Wednesday, August 1, The Herb Guild Garden
Club held its 34th annual scholarship luncheon. Two area
students received scholarships, both of which were pres-
ent at the luncheon to receive them.
Jessica Mileski is a graduate of Lorain County JVS
and Wellington High School and will be attending The
Ohio State University ATI in Wooster. She will major in
Agriscience Education and will transfer to the main cam-
pus in Columbus after two years.
Tyler Edwards is a graduate of Midview High School.
He will be attending The Ohio State University Agricul-
tural Technical Institute with a double major in Agricul-
tural Systems Management and Agronomy.
Both Jessica and Tyler are looking forward to attend-
ing college this Fall. Congratulations!
This year’s luncheon, which was held at LaCentre in
Westlake, was a big success. Thank you to everyone who
attended and made these scholarships available. Plans are
in the making for next year’s luncheon.
For more information, visit the website, theherbguild.
Submitted by Barb Armstrong, Herb Guild Garden L-R: Jessica Mileski, scholarship recipient; Kathie Conrad, Herb Guild President; Anita Marshall, Luncheon Co-Chair; Kathy
Club member McClement, Luncheon Co-Chair; Tyler Edwards, scholarship recipient, and Mary Kay Filipiak, Scholarship Committee Chair.

Local student chosen for Lorain County Public Health protects health at the fair
All American Baseball Games At the 2018 Lorain County Fair, Lorain County Public Health (LCPH) will maintain their tradition to protect fairgoers’
health at Ohio’s second largest county fair with:
•Hand sanitizer supplied across the fairgrounds to prevent the spread of disease.
•Food safety checks and education with food vendors.
•“Walk for Water,” a mini walking challenge that rewards walkers with an ice-cold bottle of water.
LCPH will greet fairgoers and answer public health questions in their tent behind building 17 at the Lorain County Fair.
This year, LCPH will highlight how they protect your well-being, prevent disease and promote overall health. They will also
share how they work with community partners to meet the needs of Lorain County.
The 173rd Lorain County Fair is from August 20-26 at the fairgrounds in Wellington.
For more information on how to live healthy, contact LCPH at (440) 322-6367 or visit You
can also follow your local health department on Twitter @LorainCoHealth, Facebook or YouTube.
Keep back-to-school stress-free with Ohio eggs

Ohio Poultry Association offers tips for healthy, wholesome school morning breakfasts made easy
Ohio Poultry Association offers tips for healthy, wholesome school morning breakfasts made easy.
Summer is coming to an end and Ohio families will soon be sending their students back to school. To help families set-
tle into the routine of busy mornings and after-school activities, the Ohio Poultry Association (OPA) is sharing stress-free
kid-friendly recipes, starring the incredible egg.
“As Ohio families send their kids back to school, it’s important to give them the best possible start to their day,” said Jim
Chakeres, OPA Executive Vice President. “There’s no better way to send students off than with a nutritious and high-protein
breakfast, including eggs, which will help them stay focused and feeling full longer.”
Egg-sperts have found that eggs are loaded with beneficial vitamins and minerals, like choline, which help students
remain focused in class, encourage brain development and improve memory and learning ability. One large egg contains
between 130-150 mg of choline, which is about half of a child’s recommended daily intake.
Additionally, eggs contain six grams of high-quality protein, leaving students feeling full until lunch and energized to
take on the school day. One large egg contains 13 essential nutrients at only 70 calories each, making them a healthy, nutri-
ent-dense option for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Running late? No need to miss breakfast. Whip these delicious egg recipes up in less than 15 minutes:
Gavin Hechko •Spice things up with a Microwave Coffee Cup Scramble. Add peppers, cheese and tomato to a favorite mug for a hearty
morning meal!
Gavin Hechko, age 12, a Midview Middle School •Packed with protein and flavor, an Egg & Cheese Waffle Sandwich is a no-brainer for early mornings! Kick them up a
student was chosen to participate at the Boys Youth All notch by adding ham, bacon or sausage to the mix.
American Baseball Games that were held in Elizabeth- •Give students the energy and focus they need to conquer the school day with a Microwave Egg & Cheese Burrito!
town, Kentucky from August 2-5. •Pizza for breakfast? Let the kids customize protein-packed Breakfast Pizza Bagels with their favorite toppings.
The team he played on won the Championship for his •Sometimes it’s okay to play with food! Students will love using their favorite cookie cutters to make Egg, Sausage &
age group; Gavin scored 3 hits and 2 RBI’s for his team. Cheese Breakfast Puzzle Sandwiches before school.
There were boys representing 36 states in the U.S., Can- Ohio egg farmers make egg safety a top priority and are proud to provide families across the state with high-quality,
ada, the Bahamas and Puerto Rico. wholesome eggs.
Congratulations Gavin! For more information about egg farming, recipes and the health benefits eggs offer, visit

Carlisle 10 Grafton 7 Wellington 12 Profile Page 15
Community Directory Columbia 4 Grafton Twp. 8 Churches 6 Let’s Eat 5

Eaton 10 LaGrange 14 Events page 2 Classifieds 17

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August 26 Aug. 31- September 2
LOCAL Vintage Marketplace Sept. 3 Vine Arts Show
Events and Cool Stuff, local produce, Cleveland Oktoberfest of exquisite local artisans and
This show will feature the work
Vintage, Antiques, Art, Unique
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Plus new this year Ohio’s 1st
Columbia & Bagley Rds live music and lederhosen! John Christ Winery
Avon Lake
12:00pm - 5:00pm Cuyahoga County 12:00pm - 7:00pm
August 18 August 18-19 August 25 Steak & Bake Fundraiser Fairgrounds, Berea Labor Day Family
Hours Vary Daily
Summer’s End Craft Sale Sommer Oktoberfest Medina Fest Angels Haven Horse Rescue Celebration
Shop with us and 50+ lo- Come to Donauschwabens In honor of our Bicentennial fundraiser will feature a full- Enjoy the Car show, Listen to
cal vendors. There will be German Club and enjoy live and 200 years of Medina his- course steak or chicken dinner, Sept. 1-3 music, eat food and visit with
something for everyone from entertainment, folk dancing, tory, we’re proud to present baking competitions and family the Labor Unions that giveaway
homemade crafts, to make-up, brass bands, german food, Medina Fest, a full day of fun, fun including bingo. Purchase Cleveland Air Show free pencils, pens, key-chains,
household items, to local small pastries & beverages. $5 per food, music, and activities tickets in advance or at door, Some activities include aircraft balloons and other trinkets.
businesses. Admission is free. person. where we’ll celebrate all things $25, kids $5, call Heidi 440- exhibits, dronewerx, kiddie con- Various rides and activities for
Heritage Presby. Church 7370 Columbia Rd, Medina! 781-5060. course and kids zone blow ups, children include Pony Rides.
515 N. Leavitt Rd Olmsted Twp Medina Square North Park Comm Center meet a hero, Tuskegee Airmen Black River Landing
Amherst Hours vary each day Downtown Medina 1050 Novak Road, display and a scavenger hunt, Black River Ln
9:00am - 2:00pm 9:00am - 4:00pm Grafton plus don’t forget the US Air- Lorain 1:00pm - 6:00pm force Thunderbirds Air Show 12:00pm - 6:00pm
Garford Arts Festival August 19 medina-fest-2018 and the Shockwave Jet Truck.
Burke Lakefront Airport
The first ever music and arts August 29 1501 N Marginal Rd,
festival in historic downtown Valley City Frog Jump Aug 25-26 Cleveland
Elyria. 15+ Musical acts on 2 Catch a frog in your pond Lorain Trivia Nights
stages plus local food trucks. and bring it to jump! Longest Ohio Gun Show Come and test your knowledge Hours vary each day
Visitors will be inspired by area jumps win trophies! Don’t have Visit the premier gun, knife of Lorain trivia as questions of
creatives, local innovation and a frog? Just rent one of ours. and military show. Admission: ‘yesteryear’ and ‘today’ will be We Hope you Are Enjoying This Page!
community involvement. Ad- Registration for flights at 10am $7.00, Under 21 with Parent presented. Bring a team or
mission is free. Mill Stream Park ONLY. bring your grandparents and
Downtown Elyria 1200 Maple St, Cuyahoga Fairgrounds join us for a bit of knowledge
East Falls Riverwalk Valley City 164 Eastland Rd and a whole lot of fun! Advertise Your Event!
Amherst Berea Speak of the Devil,
5:00pm - 11:00pm Sat: 9-5pm, Sun: 9-3pm 201 W. 5th St., Lorain • Event Name
Aug 20-26 6:30pm
Burning River Festival Lorain County Fair Cleveland Garlic Festival • Description of Event
Two nights of music, beer and Enjoy Top Chef Grill Offs, (Includes up to 25 Words)
water conservancy. Three 173rd Annual Fair Miss Garlic 2018, Garlic Fries, Aug. 31-
Lorain County Fairgrounds
stages of music will light up Mitchell’s Garlic Ice Cream, • Date
the Lake Erie shoreline with 14 Ohio Craft Beers, and the Ohio Sept. 2
genre-spanning music acts plus Cheese Guild Tent! Enjoy live Made In Ohio Art & • Location
a diverse mix of food vendors music and kids activities. Craft Festival • Time
and trucks. Tickets $15 at door. Shaker Square
Coast Guard Station 13111 Shaker Square, Festival admission of $5 in- • Website (if needed)
Whiskey Island, Cleveland cludes admission to all Hale
Cleveland Sat: 12-8pm Sun: 12-6pm Farm & Village homes, craft • There is a cost to advertise
demonstrations, and the art
6:00pm festival! • Restrictions apply to certain
Pierogi Fest Hale Farm & Village events, call to check!
August 18-19 August 23-26 Ukranian food, Live Music and 2686 Oak Hill Road
Dancing, plus pony rides, rock
Valley City Street Fair North Olmsted climbing wall, face painting, Hours Vary Daily Call: 440-236-5103
Valley City closes off Rt 303 Homecoming juggler, children’s talent show
in downtown for 3 days to put North Olmsted’s annual Home- and games and activities. Don’t
on this awesome fundraising coming celebration features forget the homemade pierogis!
event for the Fire Dept. Enjoy food, rides, carnival games, Free admission and parking.
Live music, Food and Games music and the traditional Holy Trinity
for all ages! Homecoming parade. 9672 State Rd,
St Rt 303, West of 252 28114 Lorain Rd, North Royalton
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upgrades as you walk the buildings this coming year. Class of 2022 Orientation
Bus routes will be published by Monday, August 20, on the
transportation page of our website at The Class of 2022 will have their freshmen orientation on
Julie Petras (click on the transportation tab on the left side). If you have Friday, August 24. Members of the class of ‘22 and their fam-
email: [email protected] any questions, please contact Al Cantrell, Transportation Su- ilies are encouraged to attend. Any high school student new to
pervisor, at (440) 236-8222. Two new buses were purchased the district is also welcome to attend this informative event.
CHS Weekly Calendar this summer to replace some of our aging fleet. All of our buses The orientation will take place from 10-11 a.m. and will begin
have passed inspection and are ready to roll.
in the high school gym.
Monday, August 20: Just a reminder... if you are looking for before/after school Students will learn about CHS clubs and sports, receive
9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Schedule Changes. care for students in grades K-6 for the coming school year, their schedules and locker combinations, meet staff members
4 p.m. Cross Country at Ice Breaker. please contact Springboard Education at (800) 341-3177 or and receive their Class of 2022 T-shirts. Students will be given
7 p.m. Girls Soccer v. Independence. [email protected] time to tour the school at their leisure. Required forms will be
Tuesday, August 21: Best of luck to our coaches, student athletes, cheerleaders sent to residences prior to the orientation. You may turn them
9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Schedule Changes. and band as they begin the fall competition season. I am hop- in at orientation.
5:30/6:30 p.m. Volleyball at Cloverleaf. ing that you are able to join us at the many planned events. If you have any questions, please call the Guidance Office at
Wednesday, August 22: Reminder - all senior citizens and active/retired military are 236-5003. No RSVP required.
9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Schedule Changes. admitted free to all home athletic events. Please see Mr. Jump
Thursday, August 23: at CHS for more information. For a full list of all events, please CHS schedule changes
4 p.m. Golf v. Keystone refer to the CHS/CMS website.
5:30/6:30 p.m. Volleyball v. Firelands. Important upcoming dates: The CHS guidance office will process schedule changes
7 p.m. Girls Soccer v. Open Door. August 22 - Board of Education meeting at 7 p.m. at the by appointment on Monday, August 20, through Wednesday,
Friday, August 24: Administration Center. August 22, from 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Schedule changes will be
10 a.m. Freshmen Orientation. August 24 - Class of 2022 and new student orientation at granted for computer error, educational review, course failure
7 p.m. Football at Independence. CHS at 10 a.m. in the CHS gym. or completion of summer school. Freshmen honors classes
Saturday, August 25: August 27 - LCJVS First Day. have been scheduled according to the rubric, no exceptions will
9 a.m. Cross Country at Berkshire Early Bird. August 28 - PTA Kindergarten Social at Columbia Town- be made. Call Mrs. Hechko at (440) 236-5003 to make an ap-
10 a.m. JV Football v. Independence. ship Park pavilion from 6:30-7:30 p.m. pointment.
10 a.m. JV Volleyball Quad at Westlake. August 29 - Copopa/CHS Open House from 6-7 p.m. Columbia Library events
1 p.m. Boys Soccer v. Wickliffe. August 30 - CMS Open House from 6-7 p.m.
Football Wing Night at Harvest Saloon. September 4 - CLSD First day for grades 1-12. Booking it for Fitness Walking Club - Saturday, August 25,
September 11 - First day of school for kindergarten students.
School starting and ending times: CHS - 7:30 a.m.-2:48 at 11 a.m. Join the library’s walking club. This group meets
p.m.; CMS - 8:15 a.m.-3:30 p.m.; Copopa - 8:20 a.m.-3:33 p.m. weekly at the beautiful adjacent walking trail in the Columbia
Township Park. Meet in the library’s meeting room to grab a
A long summer is quickly coming to an end. I hope that you Columbia Schools Open House water bottle. Collect a Summer Walking Log on or after the
have enjoyed vacation and time with family! We are all looking scheduled walk to begin logging to earn great prizes! Pre-reg-
forward to the return of our great students on September 4! Columbia Local Schools will be holding their annual Open istration is not required.
We have been working very hard to prepare the buildings Houses on Wednesday, August 29, and Thursday, August 30, at Teen Crafternoon - Tuesday, August 21, from 3:30- 4:30
for the new school year. Thank you to our maintenance, custo- all three schools, depending on the grade level of your child. p.m. Teens, come to the library and flex your creative muscles
dial and summer staff for all of their hard work. The buildings The first day of school is Tuesday, September 4. by doing various craft activities. You’ll get to take home your
and grounds look amazing! I also want to thank the PTA, Girl Columbia High School: The open house for all high school creations when you’re done.
Scouts and parents that volunteered to upgrade our restroom students and parents is on Wednesday, August 29, from 6-7 The Friends of the Columbia Library, Inc. meeting - Tues-
facilities throughout the district. The science labs at CMS and p.m., and is set up in an informal manner. Staff will be available day, August 21, at 6 p.m. Members are encouraged to attend
CHS have been renovated and look amazing. New lockers were to answer questions and the students and parents alike will have and volunteer to help at fund-raising events. New members and
installed at CHS, repairs and upgrades to concrete around the the opportunity to view the school and get themselves acclimat- guests are welcome to attend and discover how they can be-
come an active member and help the Columbia Branch Library.
ed. Please call the HS office with questions at 236-5001.
district, gym floors refinished, 34 security cameras were in- Columbia Middle School: The open house at Columbia Preregistration is not required.
stalled inside and outside of the buildings and a new senior Middle School is on Thursday, August 30, from 6-7 p.m. All
patio was installed at CHS. You will see many changes and
parents and students should meet in the gym at 6 p.m. for a brief LIBRARY CONTINUED ON PAGE 5
meeting before going to classrooms. If you have any questions,
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Cookbook Discussion - Thursday, August 23, from 6-7
p.m. Amish Community Cookbook: Simply Delicious Recipes
from Amish and Mennonite Homes, by Carol Roth Giagnocavo.
Adults, if you love to read, cook and share recipes, this is the
group for you. Bring a dish from the selected author’s cook-
book and talk about your experience in the kitchen. Copies of
the book are available at the library.
Tech Help - Saturday, August 25, 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Bring your questions to this informal session about the use of
computers, tablets, eReaders, the internet or anything else tech-
nology related.
Adult Book Discussion - Monday, August 27, at 1 p.m. The
Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend, by Katarina Bivald.
Copies of the book are available at the library. New members
are welcome.
The Columbia Library is located at 13824 W. River Road
North, in Columbia Station.
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and the sooner he has a home
again the better. He is a great Lu’s Pizza
cat. Can you give him a good
home? Nermal and the other
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veterinary examination, are
wormed and spayed/neutered
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Nermal Kittens under a year old are Hours: Sun 3-10, Mon-Wed 4-10, Thurs 11-10, Fri-Sat 11am-11:30pm
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puppy weighing 45lbs. She All Meat: ham, bacon pepperoni, sausage & hamburger
is spayed and updated on all Cheeseburger: hamburger, bacon, cheddar & mozzarella cheese plus one item of your choice
of her vaccines. Peachy was Meatball: meatball, green peppers, mushrooms & onions
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The Rural-Urban Record Calling all Singers!
Published Weekly on Monday Join us as we begin the 4th annual “Live Nativity.” We wel-
Abel E. Carpenter & Grace A. Carpenter come new and old choir members. We also have a special place
for children ages 4 and up. We will meet Saturday, September
Founders 1955 15, at 10 a.m. at Fellowship Church, located at 44777 State
Lee Boise, Publisher & President Route 18, in Wellington. If you cannot make the first rehearsal,
Leonard Boise, Publisher 1993-2010 text or call Darlene Neptune at (239) 398-0030 or Jan McClaf-
lin at (330) 636-6713.
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 966, Columbia Station, OH 44028 Woman’s Fall Retreat
Located at 24487 Squire Rd, Columbia Station Belden UMC is hosting “Light One Candle,” a day of in-
Phone: 440-236-8982 • Fax: 440-236-9198 spiration, friendship, fellowship, presentations, music, worship
Email: [email protected] and creative activities on Saturday, September 22, from 9 a.m.-
Website: 4 p.m. Continental Breakfast and lunch are included in the $20
registration fee due by September 9. The church is located at
DEADLINE: 36130 St. Rt. 303, in Grafton. For registration forms or more
News, Pictures & ALL ads - Wednesday @ 12pm information, call (440) 926-2209 or visit www.beldenumc.
OFFICE HOURS: Mon-Weds., 9-4 • Thurs. 9-1 com. Elevator available.
Out of Area Subscriptions - $35/year Buddy Connect program

Friendships are just plain good for you; in fact social con-
Circuit Rider Reenactment nections are strongly linked to a person’s overall health. As
people age, their risk to be isolated from friends, the com- Our Lady Queen of Peace
Belden United Methodist is holding a “Circuit Rider Reen- munity and past activities increases. To better connect Lorain
actment” and Cookout on Sunday, September 2, from 10:30 County adults ages 55 and over to the community, the Buddy Catholic Church
a.m.-1 p.m., at Perfect Farm Stables, located at 37523 State Connect program is available at no cost through Lorain County
Route 303, in Grafton. Public Health (LCPH) and the Lorain County Board of Mental Weekend Masses Weekday
Following the Revolutionary War, there was a shortage of Health. To sign up or to learn more about the Buddy Connect Sat. 4:30pm Mass
Methodist Pastors, so several were commissioned. The lay pas- program, call (440) 567-4120. Sun. 8:30 &
tors traveled a designated circuit by horse spreading the gospel “Buddy Connect helps folks build friendships, while nu- 11:00am 8:00am
to small towns. Today, you will find a United Methodist Church merous studies confirm that social connections have a positive Confession: Chapel
about every 7 miles. impact on social, emotional, and physical health,” said David Sat. 3:30- Mon.-Tues.
At the event, Belden UMC Pastor David Walker will arrive Covell, MPH, RS, Health Commissioner at LCPH. Monthly Thurs.-Fri.
by horse, demonstrating what a circuit service was about and phone calls and in-home visits are mutually enjoyed by par- 4:00pm
how the Methodist Church grew after the Revolutionary War. ticipants and their buddy volunteer. Each quarter, social out- ~708 Erie St., Grafton • 440-926-2364~
Bring your friends and family to this service and cookout at ings bring everyone together to talk, enjoy a meal and to try
no charge. Period costumes are welcome. RSVP by calling the something new; transportation is also provided. Favorite past
church at (440) 926-2209 if you plan to attend. social outings have included chair yoga followed by lunch and GRAFTON UNITED United Church of God
a garden tram tour at Schoepfle Garden.
Chicken Barbecue “Our volunteers and participants have diverse interests that 973 Mechanic St.,Grafton • 926-2034 12981 Grafton Rd.
Grafton, Oh 44044
they enjoy sharing - from singing to gardening to playing any “Your Family Church”
The Chicken Barbecue at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church card game under the sun,” said Natalie Karn, Nursing Super- 8:45am Sunday School Sabbath Services
10:00am Worship
will be held on Sunday, August 26, from 1-4 p.m. or until sold visor at LCPH. “Volunteers enjoy the program because they 10:35am Children’s Church Saturdays at 12:30 pm
out. They will serve their famous grilled chicken, roasted corn, know they’re making a difference for their buddy and many Rev. Bob Kuntz, Pastor
homemade coleslaw or potato salad and a roll. Homemade pas- are surprised by how much they also get out of the new friend-
try and a beverage is included. They will do the cooking and ship,” added Karn.
clean up! Bring your friends and family. Cost is $10 for 1/2 More volunteers are needed. Training, background checks Church of Christ “Welcome Home”
chicken and $9 for 1/4 chicken. Carryouts will be available af- and monthly gas cards to reimburse mileage are provided to New Life Wesleyan Church
ter the 11 a.m. Mass. The church is located at 25801 Royalton volunteers. Volunteering with Buddy Connect is flexible and Sunday Bible Study 9:30 am
Road, in Columbia Station. For more information, call (440) works easily with any schedule, regardless of age or employ- Sunday Worship 10:30 am & 5 pm 11149 West River Rd.
236-5095. ment. Wednesday Bible Study 7 pm Columbia Station
No cost to participate. Call now to sign up or to volunteer at
211 Forest St., LaGrange
PSR - All are welcome (440) 567-4120 440-355-6872 SUNDAY 9 am
It is not to late to register for PSR at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Celebrate Recovery Adult Bible Study
Church here in Columbia Station! There are families who have SUNDAY 10 am
not registered their children as of yet or are new to the area. Celebrate Recovery at Hope Christian Church meets ev- Worship & Children’s Church
PSR is for 1st through 8th grade students. The children make ery Friday night. CR is a Christ-centered recovery program for WEDNESDAY 6:45 pm
their First Communion in 2nd grade and their Confirmation anyone with hurts, habits or hang-ups. You have a forever fam-
in 8th grade. The significance of Religious Education in your ily at CR! They start each week with a free dinner served from Bible Study
child’s life is very important to us. 6-7 p.m. Then, they gather for worship at 7 p.m. At 8 p.m. they Youth Group, Kids Club
Please call the Religious Education office at 236-3711 to break out into open share groups, followed by coffee and des- COLUMBIA UNITED Rev. Steve Spaeth - Pastor
register. Classes start on September 10. sert at 9 p.m. in the café. They offer free childcare from 6:30- METHODIST Rev. John Bodo
9:30 p.m. for those that attend. Come for part of the evening, CHURCH - Associate Pastor
Teen Youth Group or come for it all! For more information, please visit www. Worship Service Time 10:30 a.m. 440-236-8600
The St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church youth group needs you! does not heal all wounds, but God’s love, truth, grace and for-
They are located at 25801 Royalton Road, in Columbia Sta- giveness does. Please come as you are and keep coming back! Sunday School
tion. The youth group is for 6th graders through high school. Hope Christian Church is located at 32625 Detroit Rd., in during Worship Service
They have got a lot of awesome ideas for the school year. If Avon. 25453 ROYALTON ROAD St. Elizabeth
this sounds like fun to you, please contact Ann at the youth di- COLUMBIA STATION, OHIO
rector’s office at 236-3711. She will give you information about Celebrate Recovery, the local Christian 12-Step Program for Pastor Matt Merriman Ann Seton
the group. anyone needing help with a hurt, habit or hang-up, meets each 236-8822 Catholic Parish
week at 7 p.m. on Thursdays at Church of the Open Door, lo-
25801 Royalton Rd.
Rally Day/Ice Cream Social cated at 43275 Telegraph Road, in Elyria. The first hour begins [email protected] Columbia Station, OH
with a brief time of worship, followed by a weekly lesson or a Sacrament of Reconciliation
Belden UMC will be celebrating Rally Day on Sunday, Sep- personal testimony. The second hour has gender specific small Sat., 4 p.m.- 4:30 p.m.
tember 9, at the 10:30 a.m. service, kicking off Sunday School groups for men and women, with a special video for first time Anytime by Appointment
and Fall. Earn tickets to bid for various items by attending attenders. All meetings are open to everyone. Light refreshments NORTH Weekend Masses
Sat. 5 p.m.
Sunday School and worship services. A balloon sendoff and are served following the program. For further information, call EATON Sun. 8 & 11 a.m.
Ice Cream Social will follow the service. The church is located Bob at (440) 326-2329. CHRISTIAN 440-236-5095
at 36130 State Rt. 303, in Grafton. For more information, call Life Spring Community Church would also like to invite CHURCH
(440) 926-2209 or visit Elevator avail- the community to their Celebrate Recovery program. Come join (Disciples)
able. them on Monday nights beginning at 6 p.m. The church is locat- Rt. 82 & 83
ed at 1638 Lester Rd., in Valley City. Dinner and fellowship is 440-748-2230
from 6-7 p.m., large groups from 7-8 p.m., small groups from 8-9
p.m. and 9 p.m. coffee and dessert. Child care is available. For
more information, you can go to Worship Services
8:00 am & 10:30 am
Sunday School
FUNERAL HOME & Polly Tallos
9:00 am
CREMATION SERVICES Christian Ed. & Youth Director

Helping You Plan a Personal Remembrance Rev. David Chafin
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Public Safety Open House

The public safety departments of the Village of Grafton will Thank You
Ann McDonald 440-926-2774 have a special Open House on Sunday, September 23, from Another festival has come an gone, and it was the best one
email: [email protected] 12-4 p.m. at North Park, 1050 Novak Road. Police officers and yet. Even though there were no rides, there was plenty to do.
firefighters will be ready to meet the community. They will be There was bar trivia, kids games, Minute-It-to-Win-it challeng-
giving police car rides, displaying fire trucks and ambulances, es, eating contests, pie in the face fun, a talent show and of
LIBRARY CLOSURE setting up the fire safety house, offering face painting, chal- course the fireworks. It was a wonderful two days.
The Grafton-Midview Public Library will be closed on Fri- lenging kids on the firefighter physical course and offering free Thank you to all the sponsors, vendors, donors and volun-
day, August 24, for a staff development day. Please return ma- medical tests and advice. The medical testing includes blood teers who made this a special event. The sponsors were: Graf-
terials in the book drop by the parking lot. pressure checks and cholesterol screenings. Tips on injury pre- ton Convenient Express, Grafton Sparkle, Grafton Subway,
LOCAL GOLF OUTINGS vention, along with stroke and chest pain education, will be LaGrange IGA, Lasers Pics & Gifts and Schild’s IGA (the
Grafton V.F.W. Post - The Grafton V.F.W. golf outing will provided by University Hospitals. There will be free hot dogs, 5K run); Forever Friends Pet Care Center and Hospital and
be held Sunday, August 26, at Brentwood Golf Club. The fee chips and drinks for everyone. Wolfey’s Bistro & Pub (the Beer Garden); Grafton Crews Thru
for the 4-man scramble is $60 per golfer and includes 18 holes (Car Show); Chemical Bank, Ken & M.A. Diedrick, Lauben-
with cart, food, raffles and more. Check-in is at 7:30 a.m. with Grafton-Midview Library thal-Mercado Funeral Services, Shamrock Development, Mid-
a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. Always a good time. Only a few For more information or to register for programs, stop into view Kiwanis, and The Unicorn Restaurant (raffles and games
spots left. Call 926-3341 for more information. the library at 983 Main Street, call (440) 926-3317 or log onto of chance); Stewart’s TV & Appliance (bar trivia); General
Midview Lady Middies Basketball - A 3-person scram- Registration is required for most pro- Plug & Manufacturing (fireworks); GLW Broadband (main
ble golf tournament to benefit Lady Middies Basketball will grams. tent); Mike Justy (kids’ games); and Pegg Vanek, D.D.S. (Sat-
be held Sunday, September 16, at the Brentwood Golf Club. Adult Social Hour - Tuesday, August 21, at 11 a.m. Journey urday’s evening activities).
The shotgun start will be at 8:30 a.m. Fees are $65 per golfer to a faraway land without leaving the library. Armchair Travel Spay-ghetti & No Balls Dinner
and include 18 holes, cart, lunch, prizes, beverage tickets and provides the opportunity to learn about different countries and
dinner. There will also be a skins game, betting holes and a cities through sensory experiences such as watching videos, Come and join the Kitten Krazy Adoption Center and Quick
50/50 raffle. To ensure a spot, please register by September 1. reading books, listening to music and tasting foods. The first Fix Spay/Neuter Clinic for their popular “Spay-ghetti & No
Soft spikes are required. For more information, contact Scott stop on our trip is France. Balls Dinner” on Friday, September 28. Doors open at 6:30
Newton at (440) 315-3635 or at [email protected]. August Book Discussion - Wednesday, August 22, at 10 p.m. and dinner starts at 7:30 p.m. with a cash bar. The dinner is
PARENT PORTAL FOR MSD FORMS a.m./Thursday, August 23, at 6:30 p.m. Hidden Figures, by at Williams on the Lake, located at 787 Lafayette Road, in Me-
Midview Schools is proud to announce a new online par- Margot Lee Shetterly. Read and come ready to discuss this dina. Shop their Silent Auction, enjoy music, raffles and more!
ent portal called OneView, where parents can find the district’s non-fiction work about four female African American mathe- After dinner, there’s lots of fun during their Live Auction.
annual student forms that previously would have been turned maticians employed at NASA who, while facing immense chal- Tickets are $25 and are on sale now. You can purchase tick-
in on paper the first week of school. We are requesting that lenges, changed their own lives and their country’s future for- ets at Kitten Krazy Adoption Center, located at 910 Lake Road,
you take a moment to visit the OneView portal; log onto the ever. Light refreshments will be served. Registration required. in Medina, or at Quick Fix, located at 930 Lafayette Road, in
Midview website,, then click on the MHS Class of ‘73 45 Reunion Medina. Please purchase tickets by September 20. Advance
registration school forms button to reach OneView. Create an tickets only!
account - a student ID number is needed to create the account. The Midview High School Class of 1973 is having their 45 All proceeds benefit Kitten Krazy and Quick Fix. Sponsor-
Student ID numbers can be found on their report cards. If the Class Reunion on Saturday, October 13, from 6p.m. - Midnight ships and donations are welcome. Please direct any questions
student number is not listed, please contact the Midview Lo- at Amvets Post #32, located at 11087 Middle Ave. (“Q” Hut), in to: [email protected].
cal School District. To link your children to the account, click Elyria. Cost is $35 per person. BYOB; beer and wash provided.
Linking Children to your Account for directions. To fill out Entertainment will also be provided.
back to school forms, use the Enrolled Student Dashboard. On Contacts: Cordie Stonestreet Lewis (facebook); Donna Reid
the right, make sure there is the desired account. Once the de- Kanuch (facebook); Roberta Peters Riggs at (440) 933-4013 KRAG J. CHURCHILL, DDS
sired account is selected, click on “Submit and View Online (facebook or classmates). To R.S.V.P. (by Oct. 1) contact Ro-
Forms.” Please feel free to contact the school with questions or berta at [email protected]. Please let us know by email asap GENERAL PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY
problems at (440) 748-5353. so we can get a head count. Make checks payable to Roberta
Riggs and send to: 32535 Lake Road, Avon Lake, OH 44012, ~NEW PATIENTS WELCOME~
before October 1.
Hours By Appointment
Restaurant 5K winners 419 NORTH MAIN STREET
Approximately 55 partic-
& Pub Since 1983 ipants finished the Our Lady and over male; and Kathleen GRAFTON, OHIO
Dugan, Jackie Pasadyn and
423 N. Main St Grafton Queen of Peace 2018 Fam- Kay Reisz - 60 and over fe- 440-926-2705
ily Fest 5K race on August
926-2621 4. Overall Male Winner was Congratulations to all!
Hayden Meek with a time of 19:27. Overall Female Win-
ner was Sophia Palazzi with a
NEW! Taco Tuesdays time of 25:32. Winning divi-
in the pub after 7pm sion prizes were: Edgar Filia-
no, Robert Logar and Michael
~Wing Night in the pub~ Gale -15 and under male; Isa-
bella Kobylarz and Elizabeth
Wednesdays & Fridays Filipiak - under 15 female;
Vinny Tyrone, Samuel Gale
Come try our... House Smoked BBQ and Kenzie McCarrick - 16-
19 years male; Kailyn Joviak
Baby Back Ribs w/fries & slaw - 16-19 years female; Nathan
- Half Slab Dinner $15.95 Seres, Nicholas Chambers
Dine in or take out and Matthew Seres - 20-
29 years male; Kristi Ives
Wednesday Aug. 22 & Aug 29th & - 20-29 years female; Todd
Labor Day Weekend Aug 31-Sept 1 Hodkey and Justin Jenkins
- 30-39 years male; Mandy
Open: Tues - Sat from 4pm Zeiger - 30-39 years female;
Michael Schaefer, Kevin Mc-
Carrick and Kevin Krol - 40-
SENIOR OUTREACH PROGRAM 49 years male; Joanne Vance,
Kelly Allen and Kristi Run-
Sponsored by North Ridgeville Seniors, Inc. with ser - 40-49 years female; Jim
programs being held at Hinkson Hysell VFW Post Tuttle, Keith Douglas and
Michael Seres - 50-59 years
3341 Banquet Hall - 783 Huron Street in Grafton male; Melissa Filipiak, Kim
The Grafton/LaGrange areas are looking for Meals on Wheels Williams and Kathy Dixon -
drivers. To become a driver, contact Robin @ 353-0829. 50-59 years female; Thomas
These Programs are Available to ALL SENIORS at NO CHARGE. Bieniosek and Jim Keske - 60
8/20 at 2:00 pm Senior Coffee Club. Movie with
free donuts and coffee for participants.
8/21 at 2:00 pm Senior Exercise Class being
instructed by Debi’s Personal Training with fruit
and juice for participants.
8/24 at 2:00 pm Senior Card Club with pop and
snacks for participants.
8/27 at 2:00 pm Senior Coffee
Club. Movie with free donuts
and coffee for participants.
8/28 at 2:00 pm Senior Exercise
Class being instructed by Debi’s
Personal Training with fruit and
juice for participants.
8/31 at 2:00 pm Senior Card
Club with pop and snacks for
• If you have questions on these programs, please contact
the VFW’s Canteen Manager by calling 440-926-3341.
• The VFW Hall is available for rent to use for your special
occasions. Call 440-926-3341 and ask for the Canteen
Manager for additional information.

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Pavilion - A new pavilion is scheduled to be built at the park was completed. Discussion was held as to renting the boom
this summer. mower more frequently to avoid large over growth. Crook
Roads - Please visit the township website to find out which Street bridge work has been completed and the road is now
roads are maintained by the township, county or state. Please open. State Route 83 is still closed for repairs and Island Road
[email protected] report any issues with the township roads or signs to the Road will be closed as a road project begins there. The township has
Department at 926-2564. begun work on building the new pavilion at the park. Bids will
Trash/Recycling - Residents with bulk trash items which
Grafton Township Announcements need picked up should contact Rumpke at 1-800-828-8171 go out for crack filling, fog sealing and striping of the town-
ship hall parking lot. Flooding and drainage issues were also
so they can plan accordingly. Items which can not be picked discussed. An undeveloped property on Chamberlain Road has
The Grafton Township Trustees would like residents to have up may be taken to the Lorain County Solid Waste Manage- become overgrown and has willow trees in the drainage ditch
the following information. ment Collection Center, located at 540 South Abbe Road, in causing flooding problems to neighboring properties. A letter
Cemeteries - Grafton Township maintains three cemeter- Elyria. The Collection Center hours are Mondays and Wednes- will be sent to the property owner. A drainage pipe on Dell-
ies: Nesbett on State Route 57, Belden on State Route 303 and days from noon-6 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. The wood was trampled by large animals and is not allowing storm
Nichols on State Route 303. Please do not drive on the grass Collection Center phone number is (440) 329-5440 or visit waters to flow. It will need to be fixed and the ditch cleared. A
at the cemeteries. Answers to questions can be found on the Law Road resident was in attendance to present pictures of the
township website, http:/, or by calling the Ceme- id-waste-management. The township has curbside recycling flooding on his property. The flooding is due to several issues,
tery Sexton, Tim Adams, at (330) 483-4923 or (330) 421-8868. and containers at the township hall for paper and cardboard. including a collapsed culvert, neighboring over growth and el-
Ditches - Please contact the Road Department at 926-2564 Zoning/Zoning Commission/Board of Zoning Appeals - evation levels. His case may be submitted for a government
with any questions regarding the regulations on ditch work. Grafton Township is a zoned community. When planning on program.
Fill Material - Residents interested in fill material should erecting a building, deck, pool or fence, etc., please call the The trustees voted to hire a new firefighter and send a hazmat
call the Road Department at 926-2564. If bringing a truck, call Zoning Inspector, Tom Steigerwald, at (440) 926-2804, to see leader for recertification. Two new computers and upgraded
ahead and the township will use their equipment to load the if a permit is needed. Any resident interested in being an alter- software were purchased for the department. The moving and
material. nate to the Board of Zoning Appeals should contact Fred Giese upgrading of the emergency tower attenna, updated radios, up-
Fire/EMS - The township is currently accepting applica- at (440) 926-3246. For more information on zoning, visit the graded other communication equipment and the installation of
tions for volunteer fire fighters and EMTs. Residential lock township website. security cameras, at an expected cost of approximately $17,000,
boxes and reflective mailbox numbers are available to township Agricultural Tire Collection Day will become part of an application for a Nexxus Grant.
residents for township properties. Ohio open burning regula- The cemetery sexton reported 1 full burial and 1 cremation
tions can be found at On Thursday, September 27, from 9 a.m.-2 p.m., the Lorain were done last month. An ambulance responded to 18 residen-
openburn.pdf. Open burning violations can result in penalties. County Collection Center will take in used agricultural tires tial calls and three motor vehicle accidents in July. Mutual aid
For more information on any of these fire/EMS items, call for disposal. The service is free for Lorain County residents was exchanged with Eaton Township, with help given once and
Chief Bob Richards at (440) 387-2498, visit http://graftontwp. who own or operate farm equipment, dealers and agri-business- help received once.
us/ or visit the Grafton Township Fire Rescue Facebook page. es are not permitted to participate. Pre-registration is required. In other business, property in the township has been reeval-
Hall Rentals - The Grafton Township Town Hall is avail- uated for tax purposes. Most values were raised by 10-20%.
able for event rental. Information, including pictures, is avail- To pre-register, call (440) 328-2368 by Thursday, September The township is expected to receive a portion of the increase in
13. The registration will include tire sizes and quantities. Being
able by visiting To make a reservation, accepted are three sizes: up to 36 inches, 37-60 inches and 61 revenue due to the evaluations. The township will be working
please call (440) 387-2498. inches or larger. Some tires up to 36 inches may include: im- with other entities regarding trash pick-up. Currently, Rumpke
Meeting Dates - The trustees meet on the second Tuesday provides the service to those in the consortium. The contract is
of the month at 7 p.m. The Zoning Commission meets on the plement tires, wagon tires, truck tires, skid loader tires, most expiring and the consortium will be taking bids.
front tires and 4-wheeler tires. Most rear tractor tires fall into
third Tuesday of the month also at 7 p.m. and the Board of Zon- the 37-60 inch division. Large rear tractor tires and combine Discussion was held as to the noise problems at Jailhouse
ing Appeals meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month. tires over 60 inches will be accepted as well. A driver’s license Taverne. The Trustees went into executive session with legal
Noise - The township noise ordinance can be found at http:// representation to discuss the issue further. The next meeting is Residents who encounter noise issues should is required as proof of residency when arriving at the center, scheduled for September 11.
located at 540 South Abbe Road, in Elyria (next to Firestone).
contact the Lorain County Sheriff’s Office at (440) 329-3709. The program is sponsored by the Lorain County Solid Waste
Management District.
We Would Climb Township Fire Receives Grant

Over Mountains To The Grafton Township Fire Department was awarded a

Get To The Fair $2,500 donation from the America’s Farmers Grow Communi-
ties program. Each year, the program partners with local farm-
ers to provide grants to local non-profits. Grow Communities,
which is sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, provides farmers Mozaic Energy
the opportunity to support and give back to non-profit organi-
zations they care about in their local communities by enrolling Mozaic Energy is all about Balancing the Mind, Body
for a chance to direct a $2,500 donation to a non-profit of their and Soul. I do a combination of Crystal Healing, Pranic
choice. Lorain County farmer Albert Weigel applied for the Healing and Reiki all together, which I call CPR. It is Ener-
$2,500 to be given to the Grafton Township Volunteer Fire De- gy Work. It helps to clear unwanted energy blockages that
partment. The department will use the funds to purchase items you might have or get from everyday life. I can do it in a
to be used in providing emergency medical services. chair or on a table. It can be the most awesome and pow-
erful experience. It can help with pain, stress, anxiety, de-
pression and so many other things. It helps to cleanse, calm,
Grafton Twp. Trustees relax and refresh you.
The Grafton Township Trustees held their monthly meeting
on August 14. A Sheriff’s Deputy told the trustees that July was
From the Vandemark’s a busy month and reviewed some of the activity. He encour-
aged all to attend the Lorain County Fair. The Zoning Inspec-
Enjoy the 2018 Fair! tor reported that 8 permits were issued last month, including 2
houses, 3 accessory buildings and 3 additions. The houses will
be built on Estee Lane and on Grafton Eastern Road. Accessory
buildings will be built on State Route 303, Chamberlain Road
and Estee Lane. The addition projects will be done on State
Route 83, Erhart Northern Road and Avon Belden Road. Prog-
ress on several properties in violation of zoning codes were
discussed. The Zoning Office will be closed from September 22 through October 8.
The Road Department discussion covered a variety of is-
244 E. Broad Street | Elyria | 322-1700 sues. A boom mower was rented and roadside mowing has been
done. In connection with the work, some mulching of debris
Enjoy the fair!

Viking 17BH st#6419 Was $16,249 Now $12,898
Viking 16RBD st#6496 Was $17,760 Now $12,996
Viking 21FQ st#6454 Was $18,773 Now $12,996
Passport 173ROV st#6391 Was $21,458 Now $13,993
Passport 23RB st#6407 Was $30,805 Now $19,899
Aspen Trail 26BH st#6502 Was $23,103 Now $16,989
Aspen Trail 2910BHS st#6488 Was $25,681 Now $17,396
Hideout 192LHS st#6389 Was $19,423 Now $12,996
Hideout 26RLS st#6460 Was $28,447 Now $20,988
Hideout 28BHS st#6517 Was $27,527 Now $19,796
Kodiak 201QB st#6396 Was $23,708 Now $14,988
FREE 1 WEEK & REGISTRATION Kodiak 185MB st#6411 Was $23,555 Now $14,996
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If you enroll during Gulf Stream 63111C st#6291 Was $81,915 Now $66,989
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Page 10, RURAL-URBAN RECORD, August 20, 2018 Mail letter of nomination and two letters of support from
persons affiliated with the schools to: The Elyria Schools &
Friends Alumni Association, P.O. Box 63, Elyria, OH 44036.
[email protected] Please include your own name, address and phone number on [email protected]
your letter of nomination, as well as your nominee.
For more information, contact Shirley Messaros at (440)
Elyria Schools 458-4914 or Joan Van Wormer at (440) 537-5893. Eaton Township News
Hall of Fame nominations Audubon Society Ecuador Program • Please note: our Compost Center is open on Saturdays

Nominations are being accepted for the 16th Elyria Schools The Black River Audubon Society presents BRAS member only from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. (absolutely not open during the
and Friends Alumni Association Hall of Fame. The goal of the Tammy Martin and her program, “Adventures in Ecuador,” on week).
• Please contact our office at (440) 748-2236 or secretary@
association is to honor distinguished retired alumni, staff mem- September 4 at 7 p.m. at the Carlisle Visitor Center, located at to request a Resident Packet with links to
bers and volunteers who have made invaluable contributions 12882 Diagonal Road, in LaGrange. Resources in the County/Township.
to their students and community as excellent role models. The This South American country, the fourth most diverse (bird- • Please visit our Facebook page for info. daily at www.face-
Hall of Fame Banquet will be held on October 13, 2018 at the ing-wise) in the world, holds over 1600 species of birds. Join
Elyria High School Dining Hall. Tammy as she takes you from the high altitudes of the Andes to • Local Eaton Twp. Businesses (retail & at-home) should
Eligibility criteria for Hall of Fame nominees is: lower Amazonia. She will show you hummingbirds, tanagers contact the secretary to be listed in our Business Listing.
Distinguished Staff Member - Must be retired and not cur- and antpittas, plus a number of surprises.
• Township Hall Rentals: $75/Hall rental for Eaton Town-
rently employed by the school district; Must have demonstrated This program is free to the public. For more information ship Residents; $125 for non-residents ($100 cleaning deposit).
leadership in his/her field during a career with The Elyria City on programs, becoming a member or volunteering, visit www. Call the Secretary to schedule your family or work party! All
Schools; Must have been held in high regard as a staff member or call (440) 365-6465 and don’t forget non-profits that serve the youth of Eaton Township get FREE
by his/her peers, students and community. to LIKE them on Facebook! hall rentals (examples: 4-H, Girl Scouts, School Groups).
Distinguished Alumnus - Must be a graduate of Elyria
• Did you know the Township will allow you to “borrow” 7
High or Elyria West or attended Elyria Schools a minimum of Elyria Parks & Recreation news tables/24 chairs to use for a party. Call the Township to reserve
8 years prior to nomination; Must have demonstrated signifi- it! (440) 748-2236 (must be an Eaton Twp. Resident).
cant accomplishments and leadership during his/her career or Fall Adult Softball Leagues • Residential lock boxes & mailbox reflective signs are
through philanthropic endeavors for public welfare (benevo- The Elyria Parks and Recreation Department is now regis- available at the town hall office.
lent, humanitarian, good character); Must have made a signifi- tering teams for the 2018 Fall Adult Softball Leagues. Regis- • Reminder: Notary Services are complimentary for Eaton
cant impact in his/her own area of expertise. tration can be done in person at the City of Elyria Recreation Township residents & businesses.
Distinguished Volunteer - Must have invested 4 years or office or online at
• Eaton Township has a curfew between 12 a.m. - 5 a.m. (per
more of volunteer service in the classroom or activities related Registrations will be accepted until August 27 and League play Resolution 90-413).
to students and/or schools; Must have had significant impact on begins the week of September 3. For more information, please • Reminder: Transient vendors & solicitors MUST have a
the life of students in the community by serving in any area that contact Ryan Fry at (440) 326-1504. permit by Eaton Town Hall to go door to door in our township;
supports the educational process of the schools. residents are instructed to contact the Sheriff’s Dept. for ALL
Letters of nomination must be submitted by August 31. Youth Fall Soccer League
Submit a typed, double-spaced letter, stating how the nominee The Elyria Parks and Recreation Department is currently violations.
• Veterans (living or deceased) in Eaton Township (for at
meets the specific mentioned criteria. Please include the per- accepting registration for its fall outdoor soccer program. The least 1 year of their life) that would like their name to be en-
son’s title and affiliation with the school district, years of ser- program is held at the West Park soccer fields on Saturdays and graved on our Veterans Memorial Wall/Bench, please contact
vice (including dates), evidence of accomplishments, awards will run for seven weeks beginning September 8. Divisions of the town hall at (440) 748-2236. Cost is $50.
and accolades. play are: ages 4 to grade 1, grades 2-3 and grades 4-6. The reg-
istration fee of $38 is due at the Parks’ main office, 131 Court
St. (City Hall), in Elyria. Online registration is accepted at Volunteer coaches are
also needed. For more information, call 326-1500.

Youth Flag Football League
The Elyria Parks and Recreation Department is current-
ly accepting registration for its fall flag football league. The
program is held at East Park, on Saturdays, for seven weeks
beginning September 8. Division of play is for boys and girls
Please Recycle! in grades K-2. The registration fee of $38 is due at the Parks
main office, 131 Court St. (City Hall), in Elyria. Online reg-
istration is accepted at 440-986-2665
Keep in touch with your community Volunteer coaches are also needed. For more information, call 9072 Leavitt Rd.
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sworth Rd.; a residential addition on Webster Rd.; a residential upcoming road projects. Pitts said budgets are always flexible
new construction on Peck Wadsworth Rd.; a residential new and always changing. Brasee said a new truck would cost ap-
construction on West Rd.; and a residential accessory build- proximately $150,000.
ing at the end of Walnut Valley Rd. Total construction cost Dumpster Day - Fisher reported that the last Quarterly
[email protected] $591,220; total permits cost $1,103.10. Dumpster Day for 2018 is September 29, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Notable Activities: Hearing of the Public:
SR18E - Overgrown Lawn/Vegetation. Made contact with Deputy Kruger now has business cards. He said the number
Kids Joke Telling Contest at the Fair REO agent at Caliber Home Loans who has responsibility for on the card is for the office only and not manned 24/7. He re-
ported that there were 21 calls in the township, which consisted
property in question. Agent agreed to get someone to mow the
Lorain County Fair and Reliable Contractor Services will property asap. of burglary, missing canine, domestic, false alarms, accident,
sponsor “The First Annual Kids Joke Telling Contest” for ages Peck Wadsworth Rd. - Over grown weeds at edge of grain follow up and property checks. Some mailboxes were damaged
5-9, as part of a new Kids Day Celebration. The evevent will be field bordering adjacent residential property. Explained to also.
held on Wednesday, August 22, at 4 p.m., in Pavilion 2, inside complainant that there is no zoning requirement to keep grass With no further business, the meeting was adjourned.
the Lorain County Fairgrounds. mowed in Wellington Township. Field owner gave permission Submitted by Virginia Haynes, Fiscal Officer, Wellington
According to Lorain County Fair spokesperson Charisse Ni- to complainant to mow the strip of weeds themselves if it is Township
kel, “There are 15 school districts in Lorain County. Only 4 of creating an issue. Board of Commissioners
them start on or before August 22. Bigger school districts, such Zoning Violation Updates:
as Elyria City, North Ridgeville, Sheffield, Avon, etc., start af- Quarry Rd. (S) - Junk vehicles - Large motor-home moved announce Grant Awards
ter fair week.” So, there is plenty of opportunity for the kids to from previous parked location to driveway for apparent pick-up
participate. removal. Additional follow-up required until remaining vehi- The Lorain County Board of Commissioners and the Solid
First Prize in the Joke Telling Contest is a $100 Gift Card cles are removed. Waste Management District are pleased to announce that Com-
from Regal Cinemas (good for movie passes and concessions). Smith Rd. - Junk vehicles - Additional follow-up with prop- munity Incentive Grants totaling $7,184.36 have been awarded
Second Prize includes 4 baseball game passes & free baseballs erty owner until remaining vehicles are removed. to the following communities:
donated by the Lake Erie Crushers and a $20 gift certificate West Rd. - Junk vehicles, scrap tires, assorted scrap materi- •Brighton Township - $1,319.60
courtesy of Olde Town Pizza House, located in Amherst. Third als, etc. - Call from property owner asking for additional time •Brownhelm Township - $2,433.16
Prize consists of 2 Miniature Golf passes to Swings-N-Things to complete clean-up of his property. Owner was given last op- •Penfield Township - $2,489.31
Fun Park and a $15 gift certificate donated by Mama Jo Home- portunity to complete the task by August 1 or face escalation. •Rochester Township - $942.29
style Pies. All contestants will receive a coupon for a free Smith Rd. - Demolition materials stored on property - Ad- Lorain County Commissioner Matt Lundy said “This pro-
doughnut good at all Apples Grocery/Market locations. vised property owner that piles of demolition materials (con- gram has proven to be very beneficial to the communities over
The Joke Telling Contest is part of the new Lorain County crete, dirt, wood, etc.) accumulated along the driveway must the years. Lorain County is fortunate, because other districts in
Fair kids day festivities that also includes: be utilized on the property or removed. the state are not able to offer this type of financial assistance.”
•Kids Buck $game $Show Smith Rd. - Discarded appliance/scrap metal - Received For additional information regarding the District and all of
•Discounted rides & wristbands complaint about discarded junk items on the property. Addi- its programs, please contact the Lorain County Solid Waste
•Roaming entertainment tional follow-up with owner will occur. Management District at (440) 329-5440.
•Kids activities throughout the fairgrounds Old Business:
•Kid giveaways and much more! Haynes reported that the township financial information is Lorain County Fair Display Windows
More details and an online entry form to the Kids Joke Tell- on the Treasurer of State of Ohio website.
ing Contest can be found on the Reliable Contractor Services ODOT Sign Grant - Fisher reported that the Township re- Take a few minutes to walk around downtown Wellington
website, ceived the ODOT sign grant for $7,383.45. The township will to see 4 window displays created by Brenda Boudreau. They
Reliable Contractor Services, with corporate office in Lo- be replacing all of its road signs; approximately 69 signs total. promote the Lorain County Fair and we encourage everyone
rain, OH, has been providing plumbing, drainage and founda- The township has one year to complete the job. to attend and buy a Wellington Women’s League cheese sizzle.
Solid Waste Community Incentive Grant - Haynes reported
tion waterproofing solutions to Northeast Ohio since 1999. that the Commissioners will approve the Township grant appli- The revenue they earn is awarded to Wellington organizations
to fund programs like the window displays. Thank you to the
Herrick Memorial Library cation at their next meeting. following businesses and residents for lending items and time:
Dumpster Days - Fisher asked about inviting the Village to The Lorain County Fair Board, Farm and Home Hardware,
Writers Group - Thursdays, August 30 and September 13 participate in the quarterly dumpster day. Pitts said he spoke Addie’s Antiques, Krystowski Tractor, Wellington Implement,
& 27, from 6-7:30 p.m. The Wellington Writers Group meets with Brasee and they are not interested. The Village has a once Chris Hunter, TJ Fourdyce, Debbie Stephany-Ward, Denis and
every other Thursday at the Herrick Memorial Library. Join this a month curbside pick-up. Brasee said no one from the Village Nicole Boudreau and Jean Jerousek.
group if you have a passion for writing in all venues. Bring has been turned away at dumpster days. Pitts said there is not The window next to Dimitris (105 East Herrick) depicts
samples of your writing to share with the group. New members enough staff to pick up items from residents homes on Dump- 4-H, Junior Fair and FFA animal and Home Ec projects. Main
are welcome. Registration is encouraged. To register, call the ster Days. Haynes is working with Fisher to update the news Street Wellington (118 W. Herrick) highlights fair food and old
library at (440) 647-2120. releases. LC Fair photos and books. The Cheese Building (134 W. Her-
Hours during the Fair - The Herrick Memorial Library will New Business: rick) focuses on the Tractor Pulls and Demolition Derby. The
close at 5 p.m. during the Lorain County Fair, August 20-25. OPWC ballot - Fisher reported that the OPWC Grant appli- Demolition Derby items are especially meaningful thanks to
Wellington Township Trustees cation came in the mail. Brasee said that in the past, there was Hunter, who provided his helmet, shirt, souvenirs and a can of
Pepsi in memory of Ben Sickles who oversaw the Derby before
no money to match so they did not apply. Brasee and Busler
will look at it and see if there are any projects that they may his life was cut short by cancer.
Chairperson Pitts called the July 3 meeting of the Welling- apply for. We could not have the window displays without permission
ton Township Board of Trustees to order at 7 p.m. by leading Printer Repair - It was noted that the current printer that is from the building owners, Tammy Melnyk, Earl and Florence
the Pledge of Allegiance. In attendance were Trustees LeRoy not working can not be repaired. Busler will assist Fisher in Benton and Evelyn and Gene Hopkins. Please contact Main
Brasee, Nancy Fisher and Fred Pitts, Fiscal Officer Virginia looking for a new printer. A motion passed to purchase a new Street Wellington for more information on renting buildings.
Haynes, Zoning Inspector Steve Majesky and Roadman Scott printer for $500. The window display project began in 2017 to promote local
Busler. A motion passed to pay the bills totaling $19,503.56. Renew LCOA membership - Membership and newspaper of events and organizations, make downtown more attractive and
Purchase Orders #119-2018 to #130-2018 were also approved LCOA was approved at an annual cost of $20. highlight buildings to attract more entrepreneurs. We appreci-
3-0. LMRE Ballot - Haynes reported that Trustees received an ate Brenda and all volunteers who donate their talent and time
Pitts announced that trustee minutes and all board minutes LMRE Board Voting Ballot. Pitts said he would drop it in the to improve Wellington. Please join us!
are available for view by the public and copies are available mail.
upon request. Five Year Plan (Budget) - Fisher reported that she would Bicentennial Tour of Historic Homes
Zoning Inspector Report: like to see the township have a 5-year plan regarding projects
The Zoning Inspector issued 6 zoning permits in June: a and purchases. Brasee stated that there is a plan in place for Main Street Wellington, Inc., an organization dedicated to
residential fence on West Rd.; a residential fence on Peck Wad- the revitalization of the historic down-town district, has sched-
uled a tour of seven historic homes in Wellington on Sun-
day, October 14, from 1-5 p.m. The homes, dating from the
1820s-1920s, are located on South Main, Herrick Avenue East
and Forest Streets, in the Village of Wellington.
“We are very excited about this year’s tour during our Bi-
centennial celebration year,” stated Christina Jordan, President
of Main Street Wellington, Inc. “Wellington’s last home tour
was in 2014, and some of our homes have never been open to
the public.”
Interest in touring the historic homes of Wellington is a tradi-
tion that dates back to the 1970s when the downtown district, as
well as many of the community’s fine historic homes, became
listed by the United States Department of Interior on the Na-
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arriving early to enjoy Wellington’s downtown district, known State of Oberlin Schools Luncheon RURAL-URBAN RECORD, August 20, 2018 Page 13
for its historic architecture and charm. Shops and restaurants
will be open, offering dining and shopping specials. Walking A State of Our Schools Luncheon will be held on August 23 Wellington Historic Home Tour
tour booklets for the historic downtown district, as well as for at The Hotel at Oberlin. Networking will be from 11:30-11:45
South Main Street homes, will be available at no cost. a.m., followed by lunch and the program from 11:45 a.m. - 1
Advance sale tickets have begun. Priced at $12 each, they p.m.
are available at Wellington Implement, 625 South Main, Vil- The State of the Schools presentations will be presented by
lage Market, 816 North Main, and Apples Market, 209 E. Her- Dr. David Hall, Superintendent of Oberlin City Schools; Dr.
rick Ave. In the historic downtown district, advance sale tickets Glenn Faircloth, Superintendent, Lorain County JVS; and Dr.
are available at Platinum Petal at 110 South Main, Main Street Jennifer Harris, Executive Director, Oberlin Early Childhood
Wellington at 118 Herrick Ave West, and at Main Street Wel- Center & OberlinKids Collaborative.
lington’s “Fall in Love with Wellington” fall festival, Septem- We hope you will join us for this annual opportunity to get
ber 29 & 30. updates on what is happening in the Oberlin Schools and infor-
On the day of the tour, tickets are $15 and sold only at the mation on what is planned.
historic Town Hall located at the square in the heart of the vil- The cost for the program and luncheon is $23 and reserva-
lage, from 12-3:30 p.m. Pre-sale tickets holders must redeem tions are neccesary. Payment and reservations can be made at
tickets for tour wristbands and maps at the Town Hall location or at the Oberlin Business
from 12-3:30 p.m. Parking is available behind the Town Hall Partnership office, 23 East College Street, Oberlin, OH 44074.
and Union School Park. Checks, cash or credit cards are accepted.
This is an adult only tour and not suggested for children
younger than 12 years of age. No photographs will be allowed. Lorain County Ostomy Association
Visitors may be asked to wear provided shoe covers while in the
homes. The homes are not handicapped accessible. The Home The Lorain County Os- person, Susie Burrer, at (440) 308 East Herrick Avenue (Photo by Katherine Musgrove with
Tour Committee is also publishing an adult coloring book sup- tomy Association was orga- 323-5974, Ed Haywood at Raining Sunshine Studio).
ported by the Wellington Women’s League with photographs nized in 1963 under the aus- (440) 322-3256, Treasurer, or The home at 308 East Herrick Avenue is popularly
by Katherine Musgrove from Raining Sunshine Studio and Al pices of the Lorain County Lila Buckosh in Vermilion at
Leiby from Memory Lane that will feature homes and other unit of the American Cancer (440) 967-4709. known as the Alanson Howk House. Alanson Howk was
Wellington landmarks. Society. It is the local chapter The association meetings one of Wellington’s first settlers, emigrating as a teenager
Proceeds from the Historic Home Tour and adult coloring with his family in the fall of 1818. Census and tax records
book benefit the programs of Main Street Wellington, Inc. For of the United Ostomy Asso- are currently held at 2 p.m. on show that Alanson lived on his older brother John’s farm for
ciation of America, Inc., lo-
the third Sunday afternoon of
more information, call (440) 647-3987 or visit www.main- cated in Collingswood, New each month in the Ross con- a number of years after the family arrived. While we do not know the precise date of construction for 308 East Herrick
Jersey. This association’s ference room #1 at the Mercy Avenue, it seems likely that Alanson built the house around
sole purpose is to provide Hospital (Lorain Community the time of his marriage to Theadocia Clifford in 1828. (He
non-medical pre-operative Health Partners) on Kolbe died in 1850.) It is believed to be one of the oldest surviv-
rehabilitation. Non-medical Road in Lorain. Please call to ing wood-frame structures in Wellington. You can view this
assistance to a new ostomate make sure of time and place.
is invaluable as they are mak- home during Wellington’s Historic Home Tour on Oct. 14.
ing necessary adjustments to
a changed body function.
Visitations on a regular
basis help give the patient
We continue to work in partnership with many of our lo- confidence that there is life Thinking of Selling?
cal communities to promote jobs and economic activity in our after the ostomy surgical pro-
county. I’m glad to report that we are moving in the right di- cedure. Monthly meetings
rection. provide contacts with other
Every year, Lorain County holds its Tax Incentive Review ostomates to compare prob- For FREE market evaluation of your property, please contact:
Council to review activity for the previous year. The meeting lems and triumphs over the
is required to review tax abatement agreements involving busi- disease. The Beane Victor Team
nesses in our county. Of the eight companies receiving abate- The organization plans to Selling your community for 20 years
ment, the commissioners accepted the recommendation of the arrange a liaison with sur- Janet Beane 440-336-5000
TIRC to continue the abatement for those businesses. geons in Lorain County so Brian Victor 440-728-7535
While tax abatements have long been used to incentivize a that, with their approval,
company to choose our county over another location, Lorain patients can be visited and
County has primarily used these as an economic development reassured by a recovered os-
tool to retain businesses and keep their investments local. tomate who has had a similar
When a company enters into an agreement with the county, it operation.
spells out what its investment will be and how many jobs it If you or your family have
will create. any questions regarding the
In the aggregate, the businesses proposed real property in- organization or would like
vestment of $30.7 million. I’m pleased to report the proposed to become a member, please
feel free to contact the Chair-
investment was exceeded with the actual real property invest-
ment being $50.9 million. Their proposed personal property in-
vestment was $35.2 million, with the actual personal property
investment turning out to be $59.9 million.
These businesses proposed creating 133 jobs. I am very
pleased to report that the actual job creation number is 308.
With more than 300 jobs created through the tax abatement
program, manufacturing jobs are still in demand in our county.
Manufacturing is one sector where there are many good paying
job opportunities. We’ll keep you updated on how our econom-
ic development incentives are performing.
Feel free to contact me with any concerns you have about
county government.My email is [email protected] or
by phone at (440) 329-5112. I work for you and look forward
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regulations as they are discussed, correspondence with the Lo- would be screening Finding He also provided American
rain County Planning Commission and other secretarial duties. Dory at the Park on Saturday, Flags that were donated by
Please contact any board member to submit a letter of interest August 11. They will have hot Whirlaway and asked that a
[email protected] and resume, mail to the Township, P.O. Box 565, LaGrange, dogs, popcorn and punch free thank you note be sent.
Ohio, or email to [email protected]. of charge for attendees. The Trustee Conrad reported
Board of Zoning Appeals - An alternate member is needed Penfield Historical Society that he had contacted the LC
LaGrange Township News for the Board of Zoning Appeals. This is a paid position and the will provide root beer floats. Engineer’s office regarding
board meets as needed to consider home occupations and vari-
a boom mower and was re-
Trustee Gordon reported
ances to the Zoning Regulations. Letters of interest should be that there were no drug/alco- ferred to the County Garage.
Meeting dates - The next meeting of the Township Trust- forwarded to: LaGrange Township. P.O. Box 565, LaGrange, hol tests in July. He discussed Conrad advised that Bob had
ees will be held on August 27. All meetings are held at the Ohio, 44050. dumpster day and polled for mowed & trimmed Short Rd.
Township Hall, 113 South Center Street, and are open to the Recycling Outside of the Village - If you are a subscriber workers. and that it looks good. Con-
public. The next meeting of the Zoning Commission is on Au- of Republic Waste, they pick up bulk items on your regular Resident Terri Bacsi at- rad advised that he has a copy
gust 20. Please visit the LaGrange Township website at http:// pick-up day during the second full week with the second Mon- tended to secure a building of the Trash Consortium bid for all current news, up to date day of the month in it. permit. Zoning Inspector Do- request, as well as two letters
meeting minutes and other township information. If you have a green recycling cart, allowable items include: nahue will issue one at the from NOACA with bills en-
County Reappraisals for 2018 - The Lorain County Audi- paper, plastic, metal, cardboard and glass. meetings conclusion. closed. FO Denes asked for
tor has completed their required sexennial property appraisals. Please do not recycle garden hoses, diapers, aerosol cans, Roadman/Cemetery man file copies.
Average residential change in the county is 8.85%. Homeown- aluminum foil, batteries, clothing, food waste, napkins, mir- Albrecht reported that he and With no additional busi-
ers will receive notification letters of their new values in four rors, ceramic, plastic bags, shredded paper, tissue, styrofoam, Bob had installed two footers ness to discuss, the meeting
regional groups. Please read them carefully. The letters will paper towels, glass windows or Pyrex. at the Cemetery. was adjourned at 8:06 p.m.
have the new value as well as instructions on how to get further Trustee Johnson provid- Submitted by Vicki Denes,
information if you should require it. If you feel your new value LaGrange Lions Club Gun Raffle ed information to bill Karen Fiscal Officer
is accurate, no action is required on your part. Please wait for Fabian for a cemetery footer.
your letter before inquiring about your new value. To check The LaGrange Lions will be holding their 3rd annual Gun
your new values and how they were calculated, you can visit Raffle on Sept. 8, from 12-5 p.m. at Lions Park, 240 Glendale Free Fitness Basics at St. They will raffle off 10 new guns and 3 random $100 cash
Fire and EMS Seeking Applicants - The Township is al- drawings - 1 ticket per each drawing. You must be present to KHS fitness center
ways taking applications for part-time Fire and EMS personnel. win cash only. Winner need not be present to win guns. Food
Our EMS Department offers competitive pay, flexible sched- will be provided and drinks will be available for purchase. They Come enjoy a free and safe workout at the Keystone High
uling and paid training with a contract to serve the township. will have side raffles, too. This will be held rain or shine, inside School fitness center. On Thursday, August 30, the Keystone
Volunteer Firemen 18 and over are needed and fire classes will and out. Tickets are available now for $20 each or 6/$100. A Empowers You (KEY) collaborative invites all area residents
be available in the fall. Firemen are paid positions! Consider ticket is required for all in attendance. For tickets, please call to attend “Free Fitness Basics” and learn how to use the fit-
helping your community in the highest form of service! See our Ann at (440) 315-4278. For more info., go to www.lagrange- ness center’s equipment. Attendees will receive a Wal-Mart
website under Fire and EMS for an application or call 355-6868 gift card voucher that can be redeemed if they visit the fitness
or 355-6353 for information. center again.
Open burning regulations can be found on the township web LGHFC Youth Archery Clinic Starting Monday, August 27, the fitness center at Keystone
page under Fire and EMS. High School is open every Monday through Thursday from 6-8
Road work - Road work will be done in several areas in The LaGrange Hunting & Fishing Club, in conjunction p.m., whenever school is in session. The fitness center is lo-
the next few weeks. Chip and sealing will be done on Webster with the Ohio Division of Wildlife and U.S. Fish and Wildlife cated at Keystone High School, 580 Opportunity Way. To find
from 301 to Diagonal, Biggs Road from 301 to Wheeler and on Services, will be hosting its 6th annual Youth Archery Clinic the fitness center, walk through the Athletic Wing doors and
various roads in the township. Wheeler Road from 303 to the on Sunday, September 16, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the LGH- past the gymnasium to the very end of the hallway; the fitness
railroad will have a layer of asphalt put on by Crossroads As- FC Club grounds, located at 43317 S.R. 303, 2.5 miles west of center is the last door on the right.
phalt. This project is through a grant from Ohio Public Works, the LaGrange Circle. This clinic is free and open to the pub- Enjoy a wide range of fitness equipment including tread-
which will cover 84% of the cost. Please report any issues with lic. Advance signup is required. Each session will last 45 min- mills, stationary bikes, elliptical machines and free weights. A
township roads or signs to the Road Department at 355-5141. utes, starting at 11 a.m. There will be certified NASP Archery certified trainer supervises the fitness center and can offer tips
Cemetery Clean-up - LaGrange Township maintains three instructors on site and all youth equipment will be provided. to help you stay safe.
cemeteries: River Road on Indian Hollow, Rockwood on Di- Bring the kids for a hands on supervised introduction into the KEY is a community based group funded in part by the
agonal and Jackson on Webster. Please remove any decora- awesome world of archery. Please call Kevin at (440) 537-7827 United Way of Greater Lorain County and facilitated by Lo-
tions that you wish to keep to clear the area for mowing sea- for registration and with any questions. rain County Public Health. The collaborative includes partners
son. Items left that are in poor condition will be disposed of. from local businesses, agencies and organizations working to-
For a list of regulations, please visit our website. Reminder: LGHFC Pig Roast/Gun Raffle ward one goal of making the healthy choice the easy choice in
LaGrange Township is not responsible for any sentimental or the area.
valuable items left on gravesites. The LaGrange Hunting and Fishing Club will be hosting Please contact [email protected] for
Hall Rental - The Township Hall, 113 South Center Street, its 2nd annual Fall Pig Roast & Gun Raffle on October 20 at more information.
is available for rental by township residents. Please call Jan at the Lorain County Fairgrounds, Building #19, in Wellington,
355-4704 for information. from 5-11 p.m. Tickets are $25 each. There will be 7 new guns
Zoning Commission Opening - Applications are being raffled, along with a reverse raffle and side raffles. The dinner
accepted for the position of secretary to the Zoning position includes beer, pop and water. Doors open at 5 p.m. and dinner
per meeting and one meeting is held each month. Job duties will be at 6 p.m., catered by Wright’s Concessions. Please call
include taking minutes, preparing amendments to the zoning Ron at (440) 829-3724 for tickets.
Penfield Township Trustees

The August 7 regu- need replaced immediately.
lar meeting of the Penfield Trustee Gordon asked that
Township Trustees was called he bring the trailer to Gordon
to order at 7:33 p.m. All of- Farms for the tires to be re-
ficers were present. Eight placed. As Park Board Pres-
guests attended the meeting. ident, Tim reported that they
The minutes of the previ-
ous meeting were read and
Automobile, Homeowners, Small Commerical, approved. Vouchers #12306-
Farm, Life, Motorcycle & RV Insurances 12334, Purchase Order
#47-2018 and Withholding
Grafton Wellington Vouchers #33-35-2018 were
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35881 Grafton Eastern 173 Depot St Fiscal Officer Denes read
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Avoid the Potholes of Life - Ever feel like you’re in a rut? Post your hiking photos on Instagram or Twitter using the
Health and Wellness programs Life is passing you by and you’re not enjoying anything? Mar- tag #trekkingthroughautumn, and we’ll share your picture with
lene Kurz, LPCC-S, Southwest General’s Oakview Behavioral
our followers on Medina County Park District’s social media.
Health Services, will share simple coping techniques that indi-
Southwest General’s Community Nurse Program offers a viduals can apply to everyday life. Lunch is provided. Reser- Tracking your blood pressure
variety of free health and wellness programs in local commu- vation is required by Monday, Sept. 24. Thursday, Sept. 27, at
nities throughout the year. To learn more about these programs, 11:30 a.m. Columbia Park Manufactured Homes, Social Hall, Do you have a family history of high blood pressure? Re-
visit 7100 Columbia Rd., Olmsted Twp. write your future and start tracking your blood pressure now so
Vision & Glaucoma Screening - Screening by North Coast you know where you stand.
Eye Surgery. Reservation is required; call (440) 816-4037. Trekking Through Autumn “Track your blood pressure frequently to make sure that it
Thursday, September 6, from 9-11 a.m. SouthPark Mall: Live stays in a healthy range,” recommends Lorain County Public
360 Studio, Upper Level, Sears Wing, 500 SouthPark Center, Soon, the air will turn cooler, the leaves will begin to change Health Commissioner David Covell, MPH, RS. “Even if some-
Strongsville. and it will be time to start Trekking Through Autumn. one has a family history of high blood pressure, they can take
Free Hearing Screening - Performed by the Southwest Back for its 12th year, Medina County Park District’s popu- steps right now to prevent or manage high blood pressure.”
General Community Nurses. Reservation is required by Mon- lar annual hiking program offers participants the opportunity to In Lorain County, check out these resources to help you
day, Aug. 27. Friday, September 7, from 9-11 a.m. Jenkins enjoy the splendor of the season and earn awards by completing track your blood pressure:
Place Senior Center, 26100 Bagley Rd., Olmsted Falls. at least 8 designated hikes between September 1 and November •Visit to find blood
Memory Screening - Are you saying “Sorry, I forgot” a little 30. pressure screening sites near you.
too often? It’s normal to forget a name from time to time. It’s New this year are three “Get to Know Your Parks” hikes, •Borrow a blood pressure cuff from one of these libraries:
not normal to keep forgetting days of the week or when to pay led by Interpretive Services Manager Shelley Tender, that will Avon, Columbia, Domonkas, Elyria Central, Elyria West Riv-
bills or take medication. Come to a free screening by the Com- count toward Trekking Through Autumn hiking awards. While er, Keystone-LaGrange, Lorain Main, South Lorain and North
munity Nurses to see if you should consider seeing a doctor. the other hikes in the series are self-guided, these hikes offer a Ridgeville.
Reservation is required; call (440) 816-4037. Thursday, Sep- chance to learn about about the history and natural features of •Download the mobile app, “Check it: Your Blood Pres-
tember 13, from 9-11 a.m. Cuyahoga County Public Library, various parks, plus get a preview of any future plans that may sure,” to track your readings electronically.
Brook Park Branch, 6155 Engle Rd., Brook Park. be in store for these sites. If you already have high blood pressure, the YMCA Blood
Popular Workout Myths Debunked - There is an abundance “Get to Know Your Parks” hikes begin at 10:30 a.m. Dates Pressure Self-Monitoring program can help you learn how to
of information available to consumers when it comes to ex- and locations are: September 28 - Letha House Park East; Oc- track your readings in the comfort of your own home. The pro-
cercise and nutrition. Join Wendy Zullo, Fitness Coordinator, tober 30 - Allardale West; and November 20 - Princess Ledges gram includes twice a month meetings with a Healthy Heart
LifeWorks of Southwest General, as she sorts through the most Nature Preserve. Ambassador, who helps you track your blood pressure. Gener-
popular myths and separates fact from fiction. Friday, Sepem- Trekking Through Autumn offers a choice of 13 different ous scholarships are available through September 2018. Come
ber 14, at 10 a.m. Ehrnfelt Senior Center, 18100 Royalton Rd., hiking trails in parks and nature preserves that show off the join the program at one of these current locations:
Strongsville. beauty and natural diversity of Medina County. Hikers com- •Lorain County Health and Dentistry, 1205 Broadway Av-
Functional Fitness for Older Adults - Designed to help plete the walks at their own pace and on their own schedules. enue, in Lorain, August 20, from 3-4:30 p.m. in the 3rd floor
individuals continue to perform activities of daily living. Join Medina County park sites are open every day from 8 a.m. until conference room.
Wendy Zullo, Fitness Coordinator, LifeWorks of Southwest dark - except Wolf Creek Environmental Center and grounds, •Old Firehouse Community Center, 100 Avon Belden Road,
General, to learn more about this area of fitness, which is of- which are open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday, and in Avon Lake, August 23 from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
ten overlooked, but is very important - particularly for seniors. noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday. As a wildlife sanctuary, no pets are Call (440) 547-0580 to learn more about the program and
Wendy will discuss what functional fitness is and what types permitted at Wolf Creek. Dogs on leashes are welcome at other for additional dates.
of exercises are included. Refreshments will be provided. Res- park locations.
ervation is required; call (440) 238-5530. Tuesday, September To participate, pick up a Trekking Through Autumn bro-
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Reservation is required; call (330) 273-8000. Monday, Septem- your reward. Backpacks are awarded to first-year participants;
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ests. Send details to P.O. Box
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commercial use. FOR SALE Call for service hours & private Quality Buildings at
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ability Attorneys! FREE Eval- transmission rebuilt but out, work, stone veneer, tuck-point- 440-506-0334
uation. Local Attorneys Na- $1,250. 440-371-6422 ing, retaining walls. No job too & Riding Arenas
tionwide 1-855-498-6323 [Mail: Electric hospital bed with mat- small. Pannell, 440-610-2541.
2420 N St NW, Washington tress, walker, 2 canes, slide-in Remodeling, siding, drywall Reader Advisory: The National Trade Associ- Commercial &
DC. Office: Broward Co. FL bathtub seat. All in excellent (hanging & finishing), win- ation we belong to has purchased the above
classifieds. Determining the value of their ser-
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advertisers do not offer employment but rath-
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ping. NO Long-Term Contract. 440-320-3361. 440-444-5075. Licensed & clients establish mail order selling and other
businesses at home. Under NO circumstance
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tee! Two FREE Months w/An- with an American Standard give the client your checking, license ID, or
nual Subscription (Use Code Walk-In Bathtub. Receive up credit card numbers. Also beware of ads that
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and note that if a credit repair company does
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Family owned & operated over 31 yrs.
Residential & Commercial Electrical Service 1Nursery open to the public • Design & Installation - Water Features,
New Work-Replacement-Repairs Lawn Installation, Paver Patios & Walk Ways ICPI Certified,
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Replacement (water, gas, storm) •Sanitary Sewer Installation Topsoil •Black Leaf Humus •Sweet Peet
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•Straw •Sand •Limestone •Grass Seed •Sewer & Waterline Excavation & Installation
HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING Picked Up or Delivered •Camera Inspections •Abandoned Wells Capped
Large & Small Loads
34020 Royalton Rd. Eaton Twp. 440-327-3433 •
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OH LIC #23331


• General Contracting
• Kitchens/Baths Modern Landscaping & Design, Inc.
• Additions ROOFING
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• Buildings/Garages New Lawns/Hydroseed • Paver Patios • Ponds
• Roofs Retaining Walls • Waterfalls • Bulldozer Grading Work RELIABLE ROOFING

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Family Business for Three Generations
Bob 440-238-6485 • Chris 440-238-5949
SERVICES: Licensed • Insured • Free Estimates
DENTAL Insurance •Plumbing Repairs
•Sewer & Drain Cleaning
Physicians Mutual Insurance Company •Electronic Locating
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• Reasonable Rates • Prompt, Reliable Service
*Individual plan. Product not available in MN, MT, NH, NM, RI, VT, WA. Acceptance guaranteed for one insurance policy/certificate of this type. Contact us for complete details plan. Product not available in MN, MT, NH, NM, RI, VT, WA. Acceptance guaranteed for one insurance policy/certificate of this type. Contact us for complete details
about this insurance solicitation. This specific offer is not available in CO, NY; call 1-800-969-4781 or respond for similar offer. Certificate C250A (ID: C250E; PA: C250Q); • Senior Discounts
Insurance Policy P150 (GA: P150GA; NY: P150NY; OK: P150OK; TN: P150TN) Chuck Dunlap, Owner
6096E-0917 MB17-NM008Ec
LAWN • GARDEN • LANDSCAPE $ 49 Check Up* 10 Off with this ad
Call 440-324-2380 440-236-9200

• Plumbing • Drainage
•Paver Patios • Foundation Waterproofing Solutions
•Landscape Installs
•Landscape Design *With this Ad. No prior sales. #RU
•Landscape Maintenance LIC #23730 -
•Retaining Walls
•Drainage Work
•Waterproofi ng
•Foundation Replacement

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4 Easy Ways to Place Your Classified
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Since 1989 Web:
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Columbia Station, OH 44028
•Custom Exterior Siding • Removal, Trimming, Firewood
•Stone & Shake Accents Triple Shredded Mulch Personal Classified $11/15 words or less.
•Soffit, Facia & Trim 10¢ per word after 15. 2nd week - $4 more.
•Carpentry, Porches & More... Fully Insured & Workmen’s Comp. • TCIA member Business Classified $14/15 words or less,
440-926-1600 440-979-0618 Cell: 216-973-2675 10¢ per word after 15.
Special Set-up (Centered ) $15/15 words or less,
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TREE SERVICE WATERPROOFING Please print - All info below is needed to process your ad. Mail to:
Rural-Urban Record•P.O. Box 966•Columbia Station, OH 44028
Number of weeks ad runs: 1 2 3 4
Please Print Clearly!
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4.______________ 5.______________ 6._____________
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-Complete Crane Service- 7.______________ 8.______________9._____________
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