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Image is Everything! In our 11th year of publishing over 110 community magazines, Image Builders is proud to present the 2013-2014 Westlake & Bay Village Community Guide! These fine cities offer exceptional education systems, an award-winning library, breathtaking parks, the beautiful Lake Erie and abundant recreational opportunities for all generations. With amenities such as the nearby Metroparks and plentiful shopping and dining options, one can easily see why Westlake and Bay Village are premier towns in which to live and do business. Fine neighborhoods featuring attractive and affordable homes and with many special events hosted by these cities and local civic organizations, there is always something exciting going on! Image Builders Marketing, Inc. would like to extend a special thank you to all of the business organizations and individuals who take an active and enthusiastic role in the Westlake & Bay Village Community Guide, especially our advertisers who provide the support to make this a successful community project. For ease of reference, you will find them listed in an index at the end of the magazine. Whether you are new to the area or have lived here for a lifetime, we hope that you enjoy the informative features contained within and will keep it as a buyer’s guide and a reference for community information and phone numbers. Please enjoy your complimentary copy of the 2013Bernice Kaldy 2014 Westlake & Bay Village Community Guide. Publisher

Contents 3 Westlake City Overview

6 Bay Village City Overview 8 Education 12 Financial 3 The Faces of Westlake 1

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19 Health & Wellness

23 Senior Living 4 Homes & Real Estate 2 28 Community Information 33 Dining Guide 36 Bay Village Street Map 38 Westlake Street Map 40 Advertiser Index

On The Cover: The Faces of Westlake-Bay Village - Seated (left to right): Jan Murphy, Cleveland Clinic Fairview Hospital; Denise Gannon, Devon Oaks; Bill Finn, Hospice of the Western Reserve; Sandy Borelli, Bella Capelli Salon & Spa; Deborah Sutherland, Mayor of the City of Bay Village. Second Row: Jeff Tomaszewski, Overload Fitness; Bob Fisher, Premier Toyota; Candy Sanson, Bradley Bay Health Center; Jim Sword, Sword Furs; Dr. Thomas Dimassa, Braces By DiMassa; Dennis Clough, Mayor of the City of Westlake; John Katzbach, Katzbach Insurance; Dr. J. Michael Thomson, Cuyahoga Community College - Westshore Campus; Serina Peck, Bella Capelli Salon & Spa; Chung Tran, Arashi Japan. Third Row: Clint Keener, Superintendent of Bay Village Schools; Sunny Masters, Hospice of the Western Reserve; John Sobolewski, Westshore Chamber of Commerce; Jim Sgro, Village Barber Shop; Susan Brown, Consign Home Couture. Fourth Row: Zach & Mary Kate Meaney, A Luncheon Time; Keith Porchetta and Jana Florek, Budget Blinds. Missing from Photo: Dr. Nick Gravino, Nick Gravino, D.D.S.; Dan Keenan, Superintendent of Westlake Schools; Rob Kess, Westshore Chamber of Commerce; Andrew Mangels, Westlake Porter Public Library; John O’Neill, Bradley Bay Health Center. Photo location: Hospice of the Western Reserve. Photographer: Jason Shaffer, Jason Shaffer Photography.

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Westlake &Bay Village Community Guide This is an Image Builders Marketing Inc.™ Trademark Publication. Copyright ©2013, All rights reserved. Image Builders Marketing, Inc. 9780 Beechwood Drive North Royalton, Ohio 44133 440-346-4482 www.ImageBuildersMarketing.us Additional copies are available at participating sponsors, or view the book online at www.Westlake-BayVillage.com To advertise in the next edition, call 440-346-4482. Publisher Bernice P. Kaldy Editor Laura Lakner Business/Sales Manager Mary Dodge Art Director/Project Manager Tammy Spear Lead Graphic Designer Judy Beveridge Contributing Designers Michelle Abraham, Leigh Wolters Production Coordinator Jocelyn Georgiev Account Executives/Community Consultants Scott F.W. Hughes, Brenda Jumpa, Bernice Kaldy, Janine Mazzi, Pat Pell Contributing Writer Ken McEntee Maps Ken Gross, Rustbelt Cartography Photography Jason Shaffer Photography Judy Beveridge Chief Information Officer David J. Kaldy Copyright ©2013 Image Builders Marketing, Inc. No part of this publication may be reproduced by any means without the written permission of the publisher. Advertisements and listings in this publication are provided as a public service. Image Builders Marketing, Inc. is not responsible for errors or omissions, and inclusion does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation. Image Builders Marketing, Inc. supports long term environmental sustainability and is committed to protecting and preserving the environment by using recycled paper and vegetable based inks whenever possible.


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Small-Town Charm with Big-City Convenience By Ken McEntee

Safety Services that go beyond the call of duty are one reason that the City of Westlake is a prime destination for families and businesses, says Robert Kess, owner of Pizza by Robert, and president of the West Shore Chamber of Commerce. “There were a couple times when employees accidentally left our back door open at the shop overnight,” Kess recalls. “The police noticed something was wrong and went in to check it out, and left a note for me inside. It’s comforting to know that they are so on top of things.” Safety is just one reason that Westlake may just be the premier community in Western Cuyahoga Mayor Dennis Clough County, insists real estate agent Tony DeAnna, of Ohio Family Realty. “Westlake is a highly-desired destination,” insists DeAnna, who grew up in the City and graduated from Westlake High School. “There is a lot to do here for families – like the

recreation center – and the City has all the restaurants and stores you could want. The schools are outstanding and the City’s services are wonderful. With all of this, Westlake’s taxes are among the lowest in Cuyahoga County.” DeAnna emphasizes that the completion of the CrockerStearns Road Connector in December 2008 strengthened another aspect of the City’s attractiveness: location. “It is convenient to get anywhere from Westlake,” DeAnna says. “Especially since they connected Stearns and Crocker Road. That made a big difference in getting in and out of Westlake. A lot of people now are able to use I-480 to get downtown instead of shooting up to I-90.” Amy Koncelik, president of the Rotary Club of WestlakeBay Village, said Westlake’s blend of business and residential areas was one of the things that attracted her and her husband, Joseph, when they moved to Westlake from Columbus seven years ago. “Westlake is an active community where something is always going on,” Koncelik says. “There is always something happening at the Recreation Center and the Porter Library is probably my favorite place in the City. It’s fantastic. They have >> Continued on next page w w w. W e s t l a k e - B a y V i l l a g e . c o m

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many events there from discussion groups to ice cream socials, and a lot of things for children to do.” Along with shopping and dining to satisfy any taste, Westlake is home to first class medical facilities – like Cleveland Clinic’s Fairview Hospital and St. John Medical Center and education centers, like Cuyahoga Community College’s Corporate College and their Westshore Campus. The city government hosts many popular events throughout the year, such as the Independence Day Parade, free summer concerts, the annual Westlake in Bloom gardening contest, the North Coast Challenge race, the October Pumpkin Festival and the annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony. Another annual event is St. John Medical Center’s Festival of the Arts, which brings more than 200 fine artists and craft makers from across the country to Westlake. The Rotary Club also holds three annual events, the largest of which is a reverse raffle, to raise funds for its community projects and humanitarian service, Koncelik notes. “We are active in the community and like to work with the schools on projects like student scholarship programs,” she says. While attractions like Crocker Park and The Promenade at Westlake are the City’s most popular retail draws, Kess

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GREEN THUMBS: The City’s annual competition, Westlake in Bloom shows off the best residential yards and businesses in several floral and vegetable garden categories. The top three winners in each category are honored at an awards ceremony and get to temporarily display a sign on their property.

emphasizes that the City also has plenty of independentlyowned businesses to serve residents as well. On the horizon for Westlake is the construction of the 665,000 square-foot American Greetings World Headquarters and the new Nordstrom Rack, both designed and built to blend into the existing Crocker Park area. The construction of the Westlake Middle and High Schools are also progressing. The new High School is scheduled to be open in late August.

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UNDER CONSTRUCTION: The new Westlake High School is currently being built next to the old building and is scheduled to open in the Fall of 2013.


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Bay Village: Beloved for its Timeless Grace By Ken McEntee

A lakefront view and a tranquil park setting with quaint historical buildings beget an ideal environment to stimulate artistic creativity. That’s why the City of Bay Village is the ultimate location for a thriving arts community, insists Nancy Heaton, executive director of BAYarts, a local organization that encourages and supports professional and aspiring artists. “We’re in a very inspiring place,” Heaton says. “But it isn’t only the location that is inspiring. There are a lot of very passionate people who helped to make this happen. Once we started BAYarts we discovered that there are all kinds of artists living in our neighborhoods. I don’t know 6

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whether people realize Art by the Lake: The what a diverse group of BAYarts complex includes several buildings as well as interesting people we Vento Restaurant and the have in Bay Village. And Huntington Playhouse. that lends to the high degree of interest we have in the arts.” Nestled among the trees, flowers and walking paths of the Cleveland Metroparks’ Huntington Woods Reservation, the BAYarts campus is part of the City’s most active and interesting areas. Within walking distance of the campus are Huntington Beach Park, the Huntington Playhouse and the Lake Erie Nature & Science Center. The Nature & Science Center, featuring educational programs, nature exhibits and a world-class planetarium, draws more than


180,000 visitors a year from 50 states and 13 foreign countries. “Our bread and butter is arts education,” Heaton says. “People of all ages can come in and take a class or a workshop and get involved in the arts. But we’re also a place where people can just relax, take in the sites and be inspired.” Family Circle magazine, which last summer rated Bay Village as one of the Huntington Beach “10 best towns for families” in the U.S., cited Bay’s five-mile wooded shoreline on Lake Erie, its white picket fences and tree-lined streets among the things that give Bay Village its charm and desirability. The City’s schools, Family Circle noted, are also a major reason why Bay Village is a top choice among young families. “Most buyers with children come to Bay Village because of the outstanding schools,” confirms Tony DeAnna, a real estate agent with Ohio Family Realty. “The schools keep the property values up.” Bay Village, he says, is a town where everybody knows everybody. Mayor Deborah Sutherland “There are some cities that have a nice, old-fashioned town square that gives you that friendly, small-town feel,” DeAnna says. “In Bay Village, the whole town has that feel. It’s a neighborly, old school community and there aren’t a lot of those left.” The City of about 15,000 residents originally was settled by Joseph Cahoon in 1810 as part of the original Dover Township. Bay Township split from Dover Township in 1901, becoming the Hamlet of Bay. In 1903, the Village of Bay was incorporated and the first mayor and city council were elected. Bay Village became a city on January 1, 1950 having reached a

population of 6,917 residents. Today, the 116-acres Cahoon Memorial Park, which was developed on land donated by Cahoon’s descendents, is a popular recreation area that features natural amenities along with an aquatic center, baseball fields and a playground. Whether you want to enjoy the beach, the BAYarts campus or one of the City’s parks, getting there is always a safe and easy journey. “It’s very easy to get around the City on foot or bicycle,” Heaton says. “That’s one of the things that really brings people together in Bay Village.”

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Parkside Intermediate School cooking club (above left), Lee Burneson Middle School students sign the final beam placed in the new middle school (above right).

Westlake Schools Focus on Mission of Excellence The key to Westlake’s success is that we understand the

importance of focusing on the right things. There is a strong tradition of excellence in Westlake because our goals have been

developed by the entire school community and they are rooted in our mission: We Educate for Excellence...Empowering all students to achieve their educational goals, to direct their lives, and to contribute to society. Our Continuous Improvement Plan (CIP) goals: n Exceptional Achievement n Exceptional Progress n Internationally Competitive n Service Learning & Experiential Learning n Integration of Technology n All-Inclusive Environment n Ensuring Wellness & Environmental Responsibility The Westlake City Schools have a strong history of a consistent and concerted effort made to achieve and advance excellence: Westlake graduates attend the best schools in the country – Harvard, Cornell, MIT, Case Western, University of Chicago and the four military academies (Air Force Academy, Naval Academy, West Point, Coast Guard Academy). Our schools consistently rank in the top 5% of all Ohio schools. WHS has 19 AP courses, 25 honors classes, 15 art classes, 12 engineering/ design classes, 4 TV courses, 5 choirs, 23 sports and 40 clubs – all of which is above the average number at comparison schools. More than 1,000 students across Dr. Daniel J. Keenan grades 5-12 participate in performing arts Superintendent

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Cuyahoga Community College Westshore Campus is the Smart Choice Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) Westshore

Lee Burneson Middle School students participate in a regional Science Olympiad contest.

– similar to athletic participation. Two foreign languages are taught at the elementary level. International Baccalaureate programming is offered at the elementary level, and we are pursuing the IB Diploma Program at the high school level. We have 2 National blue Ribbon Schools. Fiscally, the district has had 20 years of clean audits, including five consecutive perfect audits. Our schools have been recognized by the State of Ohio as a top school district for sharing services in order to operate more cost effectively. And the completion of our two new buildings will provide more energy efficiencies, saving taxpayer dollars while maximizing educational opportunities. Now, more than ever, we are thankful we have a focused mission to keep us centered on why we are here.

Campus, located at 31001 Clemens Road in Westlake, is pleased to be part of the vibrant westshore communities. The award-winning first building of the Westshore Campus opened its doors in 2011, with two additional buildings planned. With high-quality, affordable education in a convenient location, Tri-C provides additional opportunities for students to complete an associate degree for transfer to a four year institution or for entry into the workforce in business and a variety of health career areas. The Westshore Campus offers the following opportunities: • Quality education and affordable tuition (less than $100 per credit hour for Cuyahoga County residents) • Transfer opportunities for students interested in business, liberal arts, sciences, IT and engineering • STEM focus includes several degree-to-job opportunities in nursing, polysomnography, medical assisting, emergency medical technology and state-tested nursing assistant. Visit www.tri-c.edu/westshore or call 866-933-5183 for more information.

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Bay Village High School students ride their bikes to school during Century Cycles’ Bike to School Challenge.

Dear Bay Village Friends and Neighbors: The Bay Village City School District continues to

be recognized at state and national levels for excellence in our academic, music and athletic programs. Recently, two national magazines recognized Bay High School as one of the top high schools in the country. Bay High was ranked Gold by U.S. News and World Report’s Best High Schools list for 2013. Several weeks later, Bay High was named to Newsweek Magazine’s America’s Best High Schools list. Our high school continues to earn Ohio’s Harold A. Meyer Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity Award, recognizing the emphasis of our athletics program on building character. It is the only Ohio school to win this award each year since its inception. In addition, this marks the eleventh year that our district has earned a spot on the Best Music Education Communities in America list based on our high-quality music program. Our students and

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staff work hard to reach the highest levels of achievement in a fast-paced world where technology evolves continuously and expectations for success are ever-changing. We are planning for new challenges as our Excellent with Distinction district faces increasingly rigorous state standards for student Clint Keener achievement. We will be ready as the new Superintendent Common Core Standards and Ohio’s New Learning Standards call for a change in curriculum, an adjusted teaching focus and increased access to technology for student learning. We know we will continue to be successful thanks to our supportive community, involved parents, dedicated staff and motivated students. These are the extraordinary gifts that combine to make our school district one in which all our community members can take pride, and one which adds significantly to making Bay Village a highly attractive community to call home. Sincerely, Superintendent Clint Keener Bay Village School District


Bay High Key Club Starts Students on the Road to Service Bay High’s Key Club has a long tradition of service projects that have a profound impact both in the Bay Village community and the larger world. A major emphasis of the club both this year and last was to raise funds for The Eliminate Project, an effort by Kiwanis International and UNICEF to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus in developing countries. This year, students raised just over $2,400 for this important cause, saving the lives of more than 1,353 adults and their children from tetanus. Students also held a “Bunco” night to raise funds for a new local group, Friends from the Start Foundation. They had a Christmas toy collection and delivered gifts to the Salvation Army. Colorful socks were collected for hospital long-term patients. In fact, the club likes to focus on at least one project per month, benefitting recipients like the Knickerbocker Home for Seniors in Bay Village, the Children’s Miracle Network, Ronald McDonald House, and the March of Dimes. Members have also worked in Cleveland with Habitat for Humanity. Each year the club teams up with Bay Village Kiwanians to host a pancake breakfast, with proceeds benefiting many school and community projects and scholarships, and collects items for “Kiwi Kits,” which are backpacks containing items of basic need for children.

Bay High School Key Club members were recognized for their good work at the Key Club International’s Ohio District Convention this spring.

The students’ advisor, teacher Anita Bauknecht, is especially happy that students were wellrecognized this spring at Key Club International’s Ohio District Convention. First-place trophy winners were Schyler Bennett, Nicole Hoover, Lizzy Rudge and Ryan Grimm. Second-place trophy winners included Isabel Alvarado, Claire Mercer, Tori Hamilton and Ameera Venkataraman. Recognition certificates were also awarded to Ben Gepperth, Claire Mercer, Tori Hamilton and Branson Stang. In addition, Claire Mercer was elected to serve as Division 14 Ohio District Lieutenant Governor for the 2013-14 school year. The District Convention T-Shirt and Pin were designed by firstplace winner Kristen Zeuch.

Lorain County Community College Offers Alternative Higher Education Established in 1963, Lorain County Community College in Elyria was the first community college in Ohio with a permanent campus. LCCC is an innovative leader serving the education, economic, community and cultural needs of Lorain County and the region. LCCC offers a progressive, diverse educational environment serving more than 16,000 associate degree students per year and offering more than 100 academic programs and majors.  LCCC has emerged as an innovator in higher education through the success of its University Partnership – the first of its kind at an Ohio community college – where more than 3,000 students are able to pursue more than 40 bachelors and eight masters degrees from 12 of Ohio’s leading universities on LCCC’s campus at about a third of the cost.   Visit www.lorainccc.edu or call 800-995-5222 for more information. w w w. W e s t l a k e - B a y V i l l a g e . c o m

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Professional Financial Assessments Available The Charles Schwab Corporation

(NYSE: SCHW) is a leading provider of financial services, with more than 300 offices and 8.9 million active brokerage accounts, 1.6 million corporate retirement plan participants, 888,000 banking Mark Zody, Westlake Operations Manager accounts, and $2.08 trillion in client assets as of March 31, 2013. Through its operating subsidiaries, custodial, operational and trading support for independent, feethe company provides a full range of securities brokerage, based investment advisors through Schwab Advisor Services. banking, money management and financial advisory services Its banking subsidiary, Charles Schwab Bank (member FDIC to individual investors and independent investment advisors. and an Equal Housing Lender), provides banking and lending Its broker-dealer subsidiary, Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. services and products. More information is available at (member SIPC, www.sipc.org), and affiliates offer a complete www.schwab.com and www.aboutschwab.com. range of investment services and products including an — Mark Zody  extensive selection of mutual funds; financial planning and Operations Manager, Westlake Branch investment advice; retirement plan and equity compensation Charles Schwab & Co., Inc./ Charles Schwab Bank* plan services; compliance and trade monitoring solutions; *separate but affiliated companies referrals to independent fee-based investment advisors; and

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Westlake & Bay Village Seated (left to right): Jan Murphy, Cleveland Clinic Fairview Hospital; Denise Gannon, Devon Oaks; Bill Finn, Hospice of the Western Reserve; Sandy Borelli, Bella Capelli Salon & Spa; Deborah Sutherland, Mayor of the City of Bay Village. Second Row: Jeff Tomaszewski, Overload Fitness; Bob Fisher, Premier Toyota; Candy Sanson, Bradley Bay Health Center; Jim Sword, Sword Furs; Dr. Thomas Dimassa, Braces By DiMassa; Dennis Clough, Mayor of the City of Westlake; John Katzbach, Katzbach Insurance; Dr. J. Michael Thomson, Cuyahoga Community College - Westshore Campus; Serina Peck, Bella Capelli Salon & Spa; Chung Tran, Arashi Japan. Third Row: Clint Keener, Superintendent of Bay Village Schools; Sunny Masters, Hospice of the Western Reserve; John Sobolewski,

Westshore Chamber of Commerce; Jim Sgro, Village Barber Shop; Susan Brown, Consign Home Couture. Fourth Row: Zach & Mary Kate Meaney, A Luncheon Time; Keith Porchetta and Jana Florek, Budget Blinds. Missing from Photo: Dr. Nick Gravino, Nick Gravino, D.D.S.; Dan Keenan, Superintendent of Westlake Schools; Rob Kess, Westshore Chamber of Commerce; Andrew Mangels, Westlake Porter Public Library; John O’Neill, Bradley Bay Health Center. Photo location: Hospice of the Western Reserve. Photographer: Jason Shaffer, Jason Shaffer Photography. w w w. W e s t l a k e - B a y V i l l a g e . c o m

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o matter what your insurance needs, Katzbach Insurance can provide you with comprehensive coverage at competitive rates from the industry’s leading insurance providers. All your insurance needs under one roof is the company’s slogan. Katzbach is an independent agency offering home, auto, motorcycle, RV, business, contractor, contractor bonds, life, and flood insurance for your home or business. It represents notable insurance companies, including Motorists Mutual, State Auto, Safeco, Progressive, Encompass, Grange, Hartford and more. “At Katzbach Insurance, we take a hands-on approach to our business and make the process of buying insurance as straightforward as possible,” says President of the company John Katzbach, Jr. “We get all of a client’s information up front, assess his or her current situation, and provide recommendations that we feel will best meet that client’s unique needs.” John Katzbach, Jr., President and founder, opened the agency in 1983 from the ground up and today has a loyal following of repeat

and referral clients. Katzbach is the featured insurance agency on the Westlake community website. The goal of Katzbach Insurance is to provide the highest level of service and the best coverage at a competitive price. John and his wife Gale boast about their team of insurance professionals who have been with the firm for many years. Katzbach is a member of the Better Business Bureau, the Professional Insurance Agents Assoc., The Insurance Board of Northern Ohio and NARI Greater Cleveland Chapter.

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The firm is located at 821 Westpoint Parkway, #980, in Westlake. Call Katzbach Insurance Agency at 440-835-1770 or visit www.katzbachinsurance.com

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Overload Fitness PERSONAL ATTENTION IS KEY verweight, out-of-shape, low energy? That can all change in less than 60 minutes a week at Overload Fitness.

“In two sweat-free, 30-minute sessions each week, you can achieve results you didn’t think were possible,” promises coowner Jeff Tomaszewski. All workouts are one-on-one with an Overload Fitness exercise practitioner in a clinically-controlled, distraction-free environment. The high-intensity strength training program uses state-of-the-art equipment and provides the best workout you can get - in the least amount of time. “It’s the intensity of the exercise that makes the body change, not the volume of exercise,” he says. Safety is key and every program is tailored to the individual. Nutritional counseling is also a part of the Overload experience. Our goal here at Overload Fitness is to optimize your body: to get it working at the most efficient capacity...24 hours a day. Therefore, we use state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to determine your metabolism. This in turn tells you the maximum amount of

calories to consume and still be able to shed unwanted body fat and increase energy levels. If you desire sustained fat loss, more energy, cardiovascular fitness, increased flexibility, bone loss prevention, increased metabolism and improved functional ability through increases in your overall strength, then Overload Fitness might be your solution!

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s Chief Executive Officer of Hospice of the Western Reserve, Bill Finn leads Ohio’s largest hospice and palliative care organization, including two residential care facilities, a research/education institute, a community bereavement center, and hospice and palliative care services offered throughout the region. Last year, Hospice of the Western Reserve opened its new 40,000-square-foot Ames Family Hospice House in Westlake, making care more accessible for patients and families in Western Cuyahoga and Lorain Counties. The non-profit agency has a “four-star rating” from We Honor Veterans, a program recognizing the highest available level of Veterans’ care. Hospice of the Western Reserve is the first hospice in Northeast Ohio to earn the rating, one of four in the state and one of 25 nationally. Finn is a member and board chair of the National Hospice Work Group and a member of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization. He and his wife, Rachel Martinez-Finn, have two sons. Bill Finn, CEO Celebrating 35 Years of Excellence in Caregiving, 1978 - 2013. For more information, visit www.hospicewr.org or call 800-707-8922.

Consign Home Couture QUALITY HOME FURNISHINGS AT A FRACTION OF THE COST

hree years ago, after being downsized from her job of 20 years in hospital administration, Susan Brown took a leap of faith and opened Consign Home Couture fine furnishings and accessories consignment shop in Bay Village. Susan and her mother were avid consignment shoppers and, after losing her mother to cancer, she was encouraged to start Consign Home Couture. Susan feels her mother’s presence with her every day, sharing that since Consign Home Couture’s opening, they have tripled in size. “People bring in gently-used furniture and accessories that we sell on their behalf. We differ from other consignment shops, specializing in high-end pieces that have longevity and ‘good bones’,” says Brown. “We display our customer’s upscale items in our showroom and get the highest possible return with the least amount of effort and risk.” Susan believes that good marketing creates great deals for her shoppers and extra cash for her consignors. She actively seeks buyers for consigned furnishings through networking. Plan to stop in weekly and take advantage of all of the decorating ideas. Consign Home Couture’s inventory changes rapidly and is beautifully shown

through their inspiring room-set staging. Along with gorgeous oneof-a-kind furnishings and accessories in all styles of décor, design services by Deborah School of Deborah J. School Designs are available. “With the economy the way it is, people want to be able to purchase quality home furnishings without spending a fortune. This is a great way to do that,” Susan says. Consign Home Couture is the meeting place for buyers and sellers... so stop by today and find that perfect piece you’ve been searching for at an exceptional price. You’ll be glad you did!

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Janice G. Murphy PRESIDENT OF FAIRVIEW HOSPITAL, A CLEVELAND CLINIC HOSPITAL

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anice Murphy has served as President of Fairview Hospital since 2007, successfully demonstrating clinical and administrative leadership, and a first-hand understanding of patient, physician and employee needs.

Murphy began her career at Fairview Hospital as a bedside nurse in Oncology in 1978. Since then, she has held various leadership positions in the Cleveland healthcare community. Murphy has led Fairview Hospital to Magnet status, offering open communication between nurses and other members of the health care team, and under her leadership, Fairview Hospital has been named a 100 Top Hospital by Thompson Reuters. Fairview Hospital has more than 2,800 employees. Murphy has been named a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), and she is a Regent for the ACHE Ohio Northern Chapter. As a faculty member of the Cleveland Clinic Academy, Murphy is a frequent keynote speaker at many events.

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rashi Japan Steak House offers a variety of Japanese food as well as an enjoyable dining experience for everyone. Arashi offers two ways to dine according to your mood - you may be seated in the calm and welcoming dining room area or at the exciting and social hibachi grills. Either way, their friendly and efficient staff provides excellent service that will make your experience memorable. The food is an exquisite mixture of traditional Japanese favorites and modern palate. Their enticing sushi is incredibly fresh and artistically plated. Arashi’s charismatic hibachi chefs prepare your delicious meal table-side, giving new meaning to dinner and a movie. Mingle at the bar and have a sake bomb or a seasonal cocktail. The restaurant features a unique fountain in the front, piano music in the dining room, popular music for hibachi dining, Japanese-themed paintings, and recently added LED lights. Come in and enjoy a wonderful dining experience along with a delicious meal.

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Fairview Hospital • 18101 Lorain Ave., Cleveland, OH 44111 216-476-7200 • website: fairviewhospital.org

Arashi Japan Steak House • 30006 Detroit Road, Westlake 440-892-8888 • www.arashijapan.com

Bella Capelli Sanctuario AVEDA LIFESTYLE SALON & SPA

Braces by DiMassa GOING ABOVE & BEYOND FOR PATIENTS

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ella Capelli Sanctuario, founded by Sandy Borrelli and Serina Peck in 1997, is a sanctuary and place of refuge for overcoming the stress of everyday life.

The 18 chair styling arena is always buzzing with excitement. The “Sanctuary”, which includes a manicure and pedicure area, four treatment rooms and a steam shower, is truly a place of retreat. Bella Capelli was named “Best of the West Manicure, Pedicure” for 2011 and 2012. Bella is pleased to be nominated again this year in the same category and is also honored to be nominated for “Best Place for a Spa Day” by West Shore Live Well Magazine. Bella Capelli is a proud member of the “Weatherhead 100”, showcasing the fastest growing companies in Northeastern Ohio. Bella Capelli gives back to the community by supporting The Gathering Place, a support center for people touched by cancer, Wigs for Kids and the local Westlake Schools in their paper recycling efforts.

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t Braces by DiMassa, “If excellence is available, good is not enough” is obvious as we go above and beyond with patient care, quality of treatment, and flexible payment arrangements. Using the latest in high-tech braces results in fewer appointments and shorter treatment times. It’s a win-win situation for the patient as an ideal healthy bite and spectacular smile are achieved! Committed to staying at the top of his profession, Dr. DiMassa completed the Ronald Roth Institute in San Francisco - the most prestigious two-year advanced course enhancing his clinical skills to a level achieved by only 5 percent of orthodontists in the nation. Dr. DiMassa is also a Diplomat of the American Board of Orthodontics, the highest level of attainment in the specialty of orthodontics. He is one of Your the few orthodontists in the Cleveland Photo area that is Board Certified.

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28885 Center Ridge Road, Suite 203, Westlake 440-899-6600 • www.bracesbydimassa.com


Bradley Bay Health Center A leAder in Skilled nurSing

Dr. J. Michael Thomson TRI-C WESTSHORE CAMPUS, WESTLAKE

hen the O’Neill family opened their Bradley Bay Health Center in 1962, they couldn’t have imagined it would grow to become one of the leaders in skilled nursing and rehabilitation programs. Today, John T. O’Neill heads up the state-of-the-art facility that offers 138 private rooms and services that include acute rehab care, physical, occupational and speech therapies, long-term residential care, an on-site orthopedic clinic, and 33 assisted living suites.

r. J. Michael Thomson serves as the inaugural Campus President of the Tri-C Westshore Campus in Westlake, with an enrollment of 2,800 students, offering a variety of liberal arts, business, science, IT, engineering, and health care programs. J. Michael came to Tri-C in 2005 where he served as Chief Academic Officer for the Western Campus with a focus on student success innovations, scheduling improvements, building sound fiscal systems, and strategic planning. Dr. Thomson also served as Vice President of Academic Affairs, where he coordinated college-wide activities concerning accreditation, program review and development, internationalization and advisory committees. During 2009-2010, Dr. Thomson served as an ACE Fellow. One of only 38 Fellows nationally, Dr. Thomson served his Fellowship at the Ohio Board Your of Regents in Columbus under the Photo leadership of Chancellor Eric Fingerhut, Here and at William Rainey Harper College in Chicago with President Kenneth Ender. During the Fellowship, Dr. Thomson focused on board relations, fundraising, Dr. J. Michael Thomson government advocacy and state policy.

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Tri-C Westshore is located at 31001 Clemens Rd., Westlake 866-933-5183 • www.tri-c.edu/westshore • westshore@tri-c.edu

Bob Fisher The Premier ToyoTa Difference

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remier Toyota has prospered over the last several years in Amherst by serving others with integrity, innovation and uncommon performance! These core values support the company slogan “Experience the Difference”. As an Avon Lake resident, as well as owner and president of the company, Bob Fisher is proud to lead a team of people that share these core values. Fisher’s commitment to excellence has earned him Toyota’s prestigious President’s Award, General Motors Mark of Excellence, and Ford’s Blue Oval Certification, as well as additional recognition from Chevrolet’s Society of Sales Executives, Honda’s Council of Leadership, Audi’s Magna Society Management recognition, and Chevrolet’s Legion of Leaders. He also serves several local organizations, Your including Leadership Lorain County Photo and the Lorain County Chamber of Commerce. Here As Bob frequently says, “The expression ‘Experience the Difference’ simply means it’s not about pricing and gimmicks - it’s about respect for and Owner & President Bob Fisher service to the customer.” Premier Toyota is located at Route 2 & Oak Point Road 440-985-6100 . www.premiertoyota.com

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word Furs owner, Jim Sword, has been in the fur business for over 19 years. Working for Novotny Furs under Ray Novotny and Margaret Chisar, he learned the furrier business from the ground up. When Novotny Furs closed in 2009, Sword’s love for his customers and the industry led him to open his own store in the King James Plaza in Westlake. “I absolutely love what I do,” says Sword. “I love working with my customers, and I’ve developed a long-lasting relationship with them. I strive to provide the best customer service and quality workmanship.” Besides selling fur, leather, cloth/cashmere and pre-owned fur, an exciting new portion of Sword Furs’ business is rainwear. He also accepts trade-ins -- not wearing your fur coat? Let Jim restyle or consign it for you! Sword provides on-site repairs, restyles, alterations and also works with leather, faux fur and cloth. Sword’s also offers a local, climatecontrolled cold storage vault for the proper storage and preservation of his clients’ furs. Owner Jim Sword Sword Furs is conveniently located in the King James Plaza at 25112 Center Ridge Rd. • 440-249-5001 • www.swordfurs.com w w w. W e s t l a k e - B a y V i l l a g e . c o m

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A Luncheon Time Catering, Café & Meals To Go EAT WELL... TREAT WELL

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Jim Sgro THE VILLAGE BARBER SHOP

im Sgro has masterfully blended the old-world barbershop roots of his Italian family lineage with his love for Cleveland sports to create a welcoming environment for all ages at the Village Barber Shop. Combined with Jim’s 30+ years of experience, the display of conversation-starting sports memorabilia at his barbershop in Bay Village’s Dover Commons creates a fun atmosphere for all ages to enjoy. Specializing in mens’ and kids’ styles and cuts, the Village Barber Shop is conveniently open for business every day but Sunday. Business hours Monday - Friday are 8am-6pm and Saturday 8am-5pm. Speaking of family lineage, Jim proudly announces the recent addition of his cousin, Marie Simeone, to the barbershop. Marie’s warmth, attention to detail, and talents that include the “old days’’ touch of a hot shave and relaxing facial, are taking the Village Barber Shop to new levels. You are guaranteed a pleasurable hair-cutting experience at the Village Barber Shop, where Jim and Marie keep the spirit of the American barber shop going strong!

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Eat well today at A Luncheon Time • 640 Dover Center Rd in Bay Village • 440-617-0610 • www.aluncheontime.com

Stop in at the Village Barber Shop for your next hair cut. 620 Dover Center Rd., Bay Village • 440-871-0899

Denise Gannon, RN ELIZA JENNINGS - DEVON OAKS OF WESTLAKE

Budget Blinds A STYLE FOR EVERY POINT OF VIEW

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enise Gannon is Vice President of Operations and Chief Operating Officer of Eliza Jennings. Prior to this most recent appointment, Gannon served as Vice President of Wellness and Community-based Services. A registered nurse, Gannon joined Eliza Jennings in 1996 and has served the organization in both nursing and, since 2000, as Chief Clinical Officer of the Network. Gannon provided leadership throughout the Network’s transition to person-centered care, which began more than 10 years ago. Denise has extensive experience on a regional and national level supporting advocacy, leadership and development of quality aging services, and was recently appointed to the Board of Trustees of LeadingAge Ohio. Ms. Gannon earned a bachelor’s degree from Bowling Green State University. Eliza Jennings Devon Oaks community is located minutes from Crocker Park in Westake and offers 67 apartments, including a Denise Gannon, RN, 12-apartment memory-support unit. Vice President of Operations & COO Eliza Jennings Devon Oaks Assisted Living Community 2345 Crocker Rd., Westlake • 440-250-2300 • elizajennings.org

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eith Porchetta and Jana Florek – owners of Budget Blinds – know that today’s hectic lifestyles require some give and take. “Our window-covering specialists come to your home or office to display working samples and to compare and discuss options such as colors and styles,” says Jana. “We also take professional measurements and install window treatments at no extra charge,” adds Keith. Both owners emphasize that customer service is never compromised. “Our efforts are focused 100% on providing the best window coverings for the best value with special pride in our No Questions Asked Warranty.” In addition to blinds, Budget Blinds offers an extensive selection of shutters, shades and custom draperies. Call Keith or Jana for a complimentary consultation today. You will be glad you did.

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Jana Florek & Keith Porchetta, Budget Blinds Owners

Contact Keith Porchetta-Budget Blinds of Avon at 440-937-7698 or Jana Florek-Budget Blinds of Strongsville/ Olmsted at 440-572-2480 • www.budgetblinds.com


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Expanded Fairview Hospital: Emergency Department and Intensive Care Unit Now Open The new expanded Emergency Department

and Intensive Care Unit at Fairview Hospital offers adult and pediatric emergency care, as well as high level critical care. The 155,000 square-foot, two-story facility provides improved access for everything from minor emergencies to life-threatening conditions in a setting that prioritizes patient comfort, convenience and healing. The expanded Emergency Department features 55 beds and a separate 16-room Pediatric Emergency Department. There are two trauma rooms, as Fairview Hospital is the only Level II Trauma Center on the west side. Emergency Department patients can also expect reduced wait times as the result of a streamlined process, and bedside registration, checkout and discharge help to expedite care. >>Continued on page 21

CRITICAL CARE WHEN YOU NEED IT: A rendering of the new Fairview Hospital Expansion showing the new courtyard Emergency Department entrance.

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Best of the West Winner 2011 & 2012 Best Manicure and Pedicure

2013 Best in Ohio for Family Satisfaction Proven to be one of the best health care communities in Northeast Ohio, Bradley Bay Health Center believes in providing the highest quality of life to its residents in a caring, supportive, homelike setting. Each resident has the luxury and dignity of a private room in a specialized area of the center, whether it be a short term rehabilitation stay, long-term nursing care, or hospice care. Tastefully appointed assisted living suites are available for those who are looking for a little help and want the security of knowing medical care is close at hand.

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Nationally Acclaimed Hospice Celebrates 35 Years of Community Service Celebrating 35 years of service, Hospice of the

Western Reserve is Northeast Ohio’s most experienced and trusted provider. The non-profit agency provides hospice and palliative care in private residences, retirement communities, nursing homes, at Ames Family Hospice House in Westlake and David Simpson Hospice House on Cleveland’s east side. The agency’s Elisabeth Severance Prentiss Bereavement Center provides grief support free of charge for more than a year following their loved one’s death, and also offers a wide range of services to the community at large. Hospice of the Western Reserve employs more board certified physicians in hospice and palliative care, and more hospice and palliative care-certified nurses (CHPN) than any other provider in Northeast Ohio.

Quality of life is as important as length of life. The agency’s unsurpassed range of care incorporates music, art and massage therapy, volunteer support services, and a customized plan of care tailored to each patient’s needs. Life enrichment programs

Improving Cleveland Smiles for Over 20 Years

A LIFETIME OF CHOICE DOESN’T END HERE. Choose the hospice of choice. Most people think you call hospice when you’re all out of options. That’s not true if you call Hospice of the Western Reserve. As Northern Ohio’s most experienced and most referred hospice provider, we offer more options to

OUR TALENTED TEAM APPROACH

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facilities, at home, at a hospital, at a nursing home or at an assisted living residence. Discover why the hospice of

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BUSY HANDS: Art Therapy at Hospice of the Western Reserve by Bob Perkoski.

enable patients to fulfill their wishes —whether they want to go sailing or be a chef for a day. Specialized programs meet the needs of pediatric palliative care patients, veterans, patients with HIV/AIDS, COPD, dementia, and other diseases. For more information, visit their website at www.hospicewr.org or call 800-707-8922.

Fairview Hospital >>Continued from page 19

ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY

THOMAS P. MURPHY, DDS 28871 Center Ridge Road, Suite 104, Westlake 440-871-2201 www.drsmkd.com

An updated concourse and lobby area allows for clearer way from the hospital entrance to various clinical departments. There are two separate entrances for walk-in patients and emergency medical vehicles. The Intensive Care Unit has 38 private patient rooms. Each is equipped with the latest technology and is designed to allow family members to visit comfortably. Demonstrating a commitment to sustainability and environmental design, the facility is LEED-certified, with improved indoor air quality, optimized energy performance, and reduced water use. See ad on inside front cover.

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Healthy Living:

The Benefits of Stretching According to the Mayo Clinic, the top five benefits of stretching include: Increased flexibility and joint range of motion: Flexible muscles can improve your daily performance. Tasks such as lifting packages, bending to tie your shoes or hurrying to catch a bus become easier and less tiring. Flexibility tends to diminish as you get older, but you can regain and maintain it. Improved circulation: Stretching increases blood flow to your muscles. Blood flowing to your muscles brings nourishment and gets rid of waste byproducts in the muscle tissue. Improved circulation can help shorten your recovery time if you’ve had any muscle injuries. Better posture: Frequent stretching can help keep your muscles from getting tight, allowing you to maintain proper posture. Good posture can minimize discomfort and keep aches and pains at a minimum. Stress relief: Stretching relaxes tight, tense muscles that often accompany stress. Enhanced coordination: Maintaining the full range-of-motion through your joints keeps you in better balance. Coordination and balance will help keep you mobile and less prone to injury from falls, especially as you get older. Source: http://physicaltherapy.about.com/od/flexibilityexercises/a/stretchbasics.htm

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SAIDO Learning Treatment at Eliza Jennings Reverses Symptoms of Alzheimer’s and Dementia in Older Adults Eliza Jennings, the trusted expert in innovative aging

services, is the first location in the United States to offer SAIDO Learning™, a non-pharmaceutical treatment proven to reduce and even reverse the symptoms of dementia and memory loss in older adults. A leader in non-profit aging services, Eliza Jennings offers SAIDO Learning at each of its communities, including the expanded assisted living community at its Retirement Campus at The Renaissance in Olmsted Township, and its Assisted Living Community at Devon Oaks in Westlake. In a 2011 research trial, every older adult participating in SAIDO Learning at Eliza Jennings showed improved cognitive function. They socialized more with caregivers, family and

The Assisted Living Community at Devon Oaks is conveniently located in Westlake on Crocker Road.

friends, engaged in more daily activities, and even resumed old hobbies like knitting. Eliza Jennings celebrated its 125th anniversary with a gala event on June 21, 2013. Proceeds from the benefit will support SAIDO for older adults in need. For more information on SAIDO Learning at Eliza Jennings, contact 216-325-1266.

HOPE for people living with Dementia As the expert in aging services, Eliza Jennings is the first aging services organization in the United States to offer SAIDO LearningTM, a proven method for dramatically impacting the quality of life for older adults living with dementia. SAIDO Learning is a non-pharmaceutical program that is proven to reverse or reduce the symptoms of memory loss in older adults with cognitive impairment. This breakthrough life transforming treatment is offered at all Eliza Jennings communities including: Devon Oaks Assisted Living 2345 Crocker Road Westlake, OH 44145 440.250.2300 elizajennings.org

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Refresh Your Nest by Upgrading Your Home Accessories If you’re looking for a seasonal change or wanting to

make your home more inviting for family and guests, you can get more for less by simply upgrading your accessories. Today’s shoppers are encouraged to transform their look for a fraction of the cost of retail stores at consignment boutiques. You will find designer accent pieces that can’t be found elsewhere and so much of the inventory comes with a story of its own. For simple changes, focus on fresh colors for accent pillows, lampshades, rugs, and wall art. Personalize these areas with family mementos and inviting home fragrances. Adding a new rug is one of the easiest ways to dramatically refresh an area. Also, hanging a new chandelier not only grabs your attention, but transforms both floor and lighting into pieces of art that add interest to the eye. Fresh paint colors, lighting and unique wall art can transform areas with minimal labor, time or money.

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The ladies at Consign Home Couture will help you design a new look for your home for a fraction of the cost of retail.

Notably, Consign Home Couture, is the area’s only exclusive home consignment boutique that offers free in-store design consulting, a 24 hour courtesy hold policy, a wish list for shoppers specific furniture needs, and a satisfaction guaranteed return policy.


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Applying a Hybrid Organic Approach for Your Lawn Traditionally, the green industry has been hesitant

to embrace an organic approach to lawn and tree fertilization. A combination of high cost and slow results has made organics largely inconsequential. Yet, as scientists dive further into the effects synthetic fertilizers pose on the environment, it has become clear to many that new solutions must be found. How do we balance our desire for a green, healthy weed-free lawn and landscapes and still reduce our environmental footprint? One local lawn care company may hold the answer. At Yards Done Right Landscaping, owner Jim Beveridge has embraced a hybrid organic approach to lawn fertilization. That means Yards Done Right is giving some of its clients the green results they desire, while reducing their environmental footprint. According to Beveridge, “It’s all about bringing Mother Nature back to the lawn.” His secret is a 100% organic bionutritional turf product called Holganix, which supports strong plant health while drastically reducing chemical use. By harnessing the advantages of naturally occurring beneficial microorganisms, Holganix helps build healthy turf, trees and shrubs the way Mother Nature intended. Think of it as a probiotic solution for your lawn and soil. Living, beneficial microorganisms and other ingredients within Holganix help increase the plant’s resistance to disease and insects through significant root and cell wall development. It also functions as a bio-stimulant by enabling plants to more efficiently uptake beneficial nutrients and pesticides. According to Beveridge, “At Yards Done Right, we are continuously searching for newer, safer, more effective products for our clients. Holganix is one way we are able to deliver on that promise. The best part is, we are seeing great results and our customers have never been happier!”

About Holganix Holganix is a 100% organic bio-nutritional product that promotes strong plant health by naturally increasing resistance

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About Yards Done Right Yards Done Right was started with one goal in mind…To make sure every service we provide to our customers is performed to the strictest industry standards. Founded on “old school” values and beliefs, we are driven to become one of the most reputable landscape service providers on Cleveland’s west side. We are locally owned and operate in Westlake and Bay Village as well as several other western suburbs. Education is an important part of our business plan, whether it is newer, safer, more efficient chemicals or equipment. We are MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR COLOR constantly educating our WITH THE VERY BEST PAINT. employees as well as WESTLAKE 27331 Detroit Rd our customers. For more 440.808.9455 information visit, ©2013 The Sherwin-Williams Company. www.YardsDoneRight.net


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Westlake/Bay Village Emergency Call 911

Westlake Community Phone Numbers City of Westlake 27700 Hilliard Blvd. Westlake, Ohio 44145 www.cityofwestlake.org Building Department 440-617-4105 City Hall 440-871-3300 Communications Department 440-617-4193 Community Services Center 440-899-3544 Engineering Department 440-617-4145 Finance Department 440-617-4250 Fire Department (non-emergency) 440-871-3441 Law Department 440-617-4230 Mayor’s Office 440-871-3300 Meadowood Golf Course 440-835-6442 Planning/Economic Development 440-617-4305

Lake Erie Nature & Science Center Police (non-emergency) 440-871-3311 Purchasing Department 440-617-4285 Recreation Department 28955 Hilliard Blvd. 440-808-5700 www.cityofwestlake.org/ recreation Service Department 440-617-4211 Service Center 440-835-6432

Westlake Community Information Chamber of Commerce 440-835-8787

Porter Public Library 27333 Center Ridge Rd. 440-871-2600 www.westlakelibrary.org Post Office 27300 Center Ridge Rd. 440-250-9529

Westlake Schools Board of Education 440-871-7300 Superintendent’s Office 440-835-6303 Bassett Elementary 440-835-6330 Dover Elementary 440-835-6322 Hilliard Elementary 440-835-6343

Holly Lane Elementary 440-835-6332 Lee Burneson Middle 440-835-6340 Parkside Intermediate 440-835-6325 Westlake High 440-835-6352 Attendance 440-835-6779 Transportation 440-835-6313

Private Schools & Pre-Schools Creative Playrooms Montessori & Child Care Center 440-835-5858 Fit by Five 440-835-8558

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Kindercare 440-808-9949

Clerk of Council 440-899-3406

Bay Village Community Information

St. Bernadette Catholic School 440-734-7717

Community Service 440-899-3409

Chamber of Commerce 440-835-8787

St. Paul Lutheran School 440-835-3051

Finance Department 440-899-3432

Westshore Montessori School 440-899-7911

Fire Department (non-emergency) 440-871-1214

Cuyahoga County Public Library - Bay Village Branch 502 Cahoon Rd. 440-871-6392 www.cuyahoga.lib.oh.us

Westlake Montessori 440-835-5858 Westside Christian Academy 440-331-1300

bay village Community Phone Numbers City of Bay Village 350 Dover Center Rd. Bay Village, Ohio 44140 www.cityofbayvillage.com Building, Engineering & Inspections 440-899-3437 City Hall 440-871-2200

Law Director 440-899-3427 Mayor’s Office 440-899-3415 Police (non-emergency) 440-871-1234 Recreation Department 440-871-6755 Community/Senior Services 440-899-3409 Senior Transportation 440-899-3410 Service Director 440-899-3437 Service Department 440-871-1221

Post Office 27106 East Oviatt Rd. 440-250-9545

Bay Village Schools Board of Education 440-617-7300 Superintendent’s Office 440-617-7306 Normandy School 440-617-7350 Westerly School 440-617-7550 Bay Middle School 440-617-7600 Bay High School 440-617-7400 >>Continued on next page

We’ve Moved!

The Power of More The West Shore Chamber of Commerce has nearly 500 member companies with business interests in Westlake, Bay Village, and surrounding communities. The West Shore Chamber is a proud member of the Power of More organization, which is a networking group comprised of the following chambers: West Shore, North Coast, North Ridgeville, Fairview Park, North Olmsted and Olmsted. The Power of More organization currently has a combined membership of nearly 1,400 companies.    President of the West Shore Chamber, Rob Kess of Pizza by Robert in Westlake, looks forward to meeting you at a chamber event.   West Shore Chamber of Commerce PO Box 45297, Westlake, Ohio  44145 440-835-8787 www.westshorechamber.org

Larry Bender, Director of Cuyahoga County Department of Development and Ann Proudfit, Dean of Student Affairs for Cuyahoga Community College’s Westshore Campus at a Chamber event.

19102 Old Detroit Rd. Rocky River • 440-799-4908

Westlake . Bay Village Rob Kess, President

The Power of More sponsors are: AT&T Lorain County Community Corrigan Krause CPA’s College Crocker Park Montrose Auto Group EMH Healthcare System Outdoor Dreamscapes First Federal of Lakewood Westlake Village

The Power of More! More Benefits + More Opportunities= More Business

440-835-8787 www.westshorechamber.org West Shore Chamber of Commerce

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Cleveland Botanical Garden 11030 East Blvd., Cleveland 216-721-1600

Transportation 440-617-1659

Cleveland Museum of Art 11150 East Blvd., Cleveland 216-421-7340 www.clevelandart.org

Private Schools & Pre-Schools Kiddie Kollege 440-892-7990 Little Learners Pre-School 440-899-1231 Montessori Children’s School 440-871-8773

Westlake Porter Public Library: Connecting with Our Community Westlake Porter Public Library has been connecting to the Dover/ Westlake community since 1884. This enduring connection currently takes several forms, including: Connecting for Kids: In 2012 the library established a partnership with Connecting for Kids to provide several different types of programs for parents and kids dealing with developmental challenges. Summer Brain Games: In 2013 the library and Westlake City Schools will partner to offer a series of fun activities to help students entering grades 1-6 strengthen their skills and knowledge in reading, science, math and social studies. Outreach Services: Westlake Porter Public Library brings library materials and services to the homebound, nursing homes, assisted living facilities and daycare centers. Meeting Rooms: The library’s five meeting rooms provide free meeting space for community groups. Last year nearly 30,000 attended the 2,031 public meetings and programs held at WPPL. For more information, visit www.westlakelibrary.org or call 440-871-2600.

St. Raphael Parochial School 440-871-6760

Area Hospitals Cleveland Clinic 888-223-2273 Fairview Hospital 216-476-7000 Lakewood Hospital 216-521-4200 MetroHealth Medical Center 216-778-7800 St. John Medical Center 440-835-8000 Southwest General Health Center 440-816-8000 University Hospital 216-844-1000 UH Westlake Health Center 216-844-2273

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BayArts 28795 Lake Rd. 440-871-6543 www.bayarts.net Blossom Music Center 1145 W. Steels Corners Cuyahoga Falls 330.920.8040 www.blossommusic.com Clague Playhouse 1371 Clague Rd., Westlake 440-331-0403 www.clagueplayhouse.org

Cleveland Museum of Natural History 1 Wade Oval Dr., University Circle 216-231-4600 www.cmnh.org Cleveland Opera 1422 Euclid Ave., Ste. 1052 Cleveland 216-575-0903 Ext. 221 www.clevelandopera.org Cleveland Orchestra 11001 Euclid Ave., University Circle 216-231-1111 www.clevelandorchestra.com Huntington Playhouse 28601 Lake Rd., Bay Village 440-871-8333 www.huntingtonplayhouse.com Lake Erie Nature & Science Center 28728 Wolf Rd., Bay Village 440-871-2900 www.lensc.org Playhouse Square Center 1501 Euclid Ave., Cleveland 216-771-4444 www.playhousesquare.com Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum 1 Key Plaza, Cleveland 888-764-ROCK www.rockhall.com Rose Hill Museum 27715 Lake Rd., Bay Village 216-871-7338 www.bayhistorical.com

EDUCATIONAL Greater Cleveland Aquarium 2000 Sycamore St., Cleveland 216-862-8803 Great Lakes Science Center 601 Erieside Ave., Cleveland 216-694-2000 www.greatscience.com


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ENTERTAINMENT Bay Lanes 27229 Wolf Rd., Bay Village 440-871-0911 Cedar Point 1 Cedar Point Dr., Sandusky 419-627-2350 www.cedarpoint.com Cleveland MetroParksHuntington Reservation & Beach Lake Rd., Bay Village 216-635-3200 Cleveland Metroparks Zoo 3900 Wildlife Way, Cleveland 216-661-6500 www.clemetzoo.com Crocker Park 159 Crocker Park Blvd. 440-871-6880 www.crockerpark.com

Goodtime III 825 E. 9th Street Pier, Cleveland 216-861-5110 www.goodtimeIII.com Horseshoe Casino Cleveland 100 Public Sq., Cleveland 216-297-4777 Jet Express 421 Black River Ln., Lorain 440-204-2269/800-245-1538 Lorain Palace Theatre 617 Broadway Ave., Lorain 440-245-2323 Nautica Queen 1153 Main Ave., Cleveland 216-696-8888 www.nauticaqueen.com >>Continued on next page

Pet Safety in Weather and Disaster Events Pets, like children, depend on us for their safety and security. Are you prepared for inclement weather and possible disastrous events? Some helpful suggestions include: Keep a current photo of pets with your emergency supplies in the event your pet is lost or you become separated. Keep pets crated or on a leash to limit exposure to dangers. Have extra pet supplies, food, and medications for your pets as you would for family members. You should have current health information along with pet identification if your pet is at home, outdoors, or traveling with you. Please bring cats and dogs indoors during storms. Pets want and need to be warm, dry and cool, just like humans. Pets are family members too! — Nancy Brown, Hot Diggity Dog, Inc. w w w. W e s t l a k e - B a y V i l l a g e . c o m

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Places of Worship Westlake Advent Episcopal Church 3760 Dover Center Rd. 440-871-6685 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 25000 Westwood Rd. 440-777-0472 Church of the Redeemer United Church of Christ 23500 Center Ridge Rd. 440-331-0834 Church on the Rise 3550 Crocker Rd. 440-808-0200 Cleveland Hungarian Seventh Day Adventist 2335 Columbia Rd. 440-835-2277

Positively Cleveland (CVB) 334 Euclid Ave., Cleveland 800-321-1001/216-875-6680 www.positivelycleveland.com

Prince of Peace Lutheran 28455 Center Ridge Rd. 440-871-5565

Regional Transit Authority (RTA) Bus & Train Information 216-621-9500

Rock Point Church 27070 Detroit Rd. 440-781-4753

SPORTS

St. Bernadette’s Catholic 2256 Clague Rd. 440-734-1300

Westlake Bible Fellowship 27975 Hilliard Blvd. 440-892-1953

St. Ladislas 2345 Bassett Rd. 440-835-2300

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St. Paul Lutheran 27993 Detroit Rd. 440-835-3050 St. Peregrine Chapel 22953 Detroit Rd. 440-333-3139

Dover Congregational United Church of Christ 2239 Dover Center Rd. 440-871-1050

Unity Spiritual Center 23855 Detroit Rd. 440-835-0400

Jehovah’s Witness Westlake Congregation 29171 Center Ridge Rd. 440-871-5939

GENERAL INFORMATION

Parkside Church of the Nazarene 23600 Hilliard Blvd. 440-333-3998

CrossPointe Community 1800 Columbia Rd. 440-835-0243

Grace Baptist of Westlake 23096 Center Ridge Rd. 440-333-4515

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Westlake Christian Church 25800 Hilliard Blvd. 440-871-2400 Westlake United Methodist Church 27650 Center Ridge Rd. 440-871-3088

Bay Presbyterian Church 25415 Lake Rd. 440-871-3822 Bay United Methodist Church 29931 Lake Rd. 440-871-2082 Bethesda-on-the-Bay Lutheran Church 28607 Wolf Rd. 440-871-2276 Cross Roads Church 626 Bassett Rd. 440-871-7569 St. Barnabas Episcopal Church 468 Bradley Rd. 440-871-6200 St. Raphael Catholic Church 525 Dover Center Rd. 440-871-1100

Cleveland Browns Professional Football 601 Lakeside Ave. NE, Cleveland 888-800-2828 www.clevelandbrowns.com Cleveland Cavalier’s Professional Basketball 100 Gateway Plaza, Cleveland 216-420-2200 www.nba.com/cavaliers Cleveland Indians Professional Baseball 2401 Ontario St., Cleveland 216-420-4200 www.indians.mlb.com Lake Erie Crushers All Pro Freight Stadium 2009 Baseball Blvd., Avon 440-934-3636 www.lakeeriecrushers.com Pro Football Hall of Fame 2121 George Halas Dr., NW Canton 330-456-8207 www.profootballhof.com

Bay Village Parks Bradley Park Cahoon Memorial Park Reese Park Walker Road Park Skate & Bike Park Cleveland MetroParks – Huntington Reservation & Beach

Westlake Parks Clague Park Recreation Center Park Roman Park Tri-City Park Bradley Nature Park

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Dining Guide Westlake AJ’S Urban Grill 25939 Detroit Rd. 440-617-7827 Aladdin’s Eatery 151 Crocker Road Blvd. 440-617-9005 Antonio’s Pizza 25093 Center Ridge Rd. 440-899-3333 Applebee’s 2033 Crocker Rd. 440-250-2111 Arashi Japan Sushi & Steakhouse 30006 Detroit Rd. 440-892-8888 Asian Wok 24389 Detroit Rd. 440-871-0880 B Spot 20 Main St. 440-471-8270 Bar Louie 9 Main St. 440-788-7540 Bob Evans 29750 Detroit Rd. 440-835-5665 The Boneyard 24940 Sperry Dr. 440-808-8300

Brio Tuscan Grille 200 Crocker Park Blvd. 440-250-8630 Bruegger’s Bagel Bakery 30155 Detroit Rd. 440-892-1250 Buca di Beppo 23575 Detroit Rd. 440-356-2276 Cabin Club 30651 Detroit Rd. 440-899-7111 Arashi Japan Sushi & Steakhouse Cafe Tandoor 30030 Detroit Rd. 440-835-7999 Carrabba’s Italian Grill 25054 Sperry Dr. 440-250-0880 Casa Vella 187 Crocker Park Blvd. 440-871-8424 Champps Restaurant and Bar 12 Main St. 440-871-0313 Cheesecake Factory 148 Crocker Park Blvd. 440-808-1818 China Wok 29241 Center Ridge Rd. 440-892-3889

Chipotle Mexican Grille 135 Market St. 440-835-4539 Claudette’s 26485 Center Ridge Rd. 440-899-1029 Cleats 27200 Detroit Rd. 440-250-0200 Daddona’s 29580 Center Ridge Rd. 440-250-0075 Dave & Buster’s 25735 First St. 440-892-1415 Domino’s Pizza 26063 Detroit Rd. 440-892-0030

Houlihan’s 25651 Detroit Rd. 440-808-9090

Don Ramon Mexican Restaurant 30610 Detroit Rd. 440-835-6935

Hungry Howie’s Pizza and Subs 24533 Center Ridge Rd. 440-899-1236

Dover Gardens Tavern 27402 Detroit Rd. 440-871-4459

Huntington’s Restaurant at the Westlake Holiday Inn 1100 Crocker Rd. 440-871-6000

First Watch 168 Market St. 440-808-1082 Five Guys Burgers 30297 Detroit Rd. 440-871-5300 Frankie’s Italian Cuisine 27828 Center Ridge Rd. 440-892-0064 Friendly’s Restaurant 25600 Center Ridge Rd. 440-835-2398

Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse 21 Main St. 440-892-HYDE (4933) Ironwood Café 688 Dover Center Rd. 440-835-9900

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Jet’s Pizza 25947 Detroit Rd. 440-892-1200 Karl’s Deli 184 Crocker Park Blvd. 440-871-2333 La Campagna 27337 Detroit Rd. 440-871-1771

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Loco Leprechaun 24545 Center Ridge Rd. 440-250-5626

Mitchell’s Tavern 24282 Center Ridge Rd. 440-835-2415

Mahle’s Restaurant and Lounge 24945 Detroit Rd. 440-899-6602

Moosehead Saloon 694 Dover Center Rd. 440-871-7743

Manero’s 25048 Sperry Dr. 440-892-9090

Mr. Hero 24513 Center Ridge Rd. 440-835-1267 New China 25099 Center Ridge Rd. 440-835-9228

Lehman’s Deli 24961 Detroit Rd. 440-871-3445

Max and Erma’s Restaurant 30105 Detroit Rd. 440-899-8686

Liquid Planet 224 Crocker Park Blvd. 440-835-8006

McDonald’s 25700 Detroit Rd. 440-871-9161

The Original Dave’s Cosmic Subs 180 Market St. Crocker Park 440-835-1500

Little Budapest 25124 Center Ridge Rd. 440-617-0404

McDonald’s 30100 Detroit Rd. 440-835-2397

Outback Steakhouse 24900 Sperry Dr. 440-892-3445

Lobster Brothers Co. 26055 Detroit Rd. 440-835-0013

Mezza Mediterranean Cuisine 28743 Center Ridge Rd. 440-892-2220

Panera Bread 26137 Detroit Rd. 440-899-4944

Panini’s 23800 Detroit Rd. 440-250-5550

Pizza by Robert 30634 Detroit Rd. 440-899-9750

Papa John’s 27315 Detroit Rd. 440-899-1998

Robeks Fruit Smoothies and Healthy Eats 30319 Detroit Rd. 440-835-5510

Picc-A-Deli Café 25022 Center Ridge Rd. 440-808-DELI (3354)

Romeo’s Pizza 2064 Clague Rd. 440-331-1155 Rusty Barrel 27026 Center Ridge Rd. 440-892-1292 Savannah Bar & Grille 30676 Detroit Rd. 330-892-2266

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440-899-9750

Pizza • Calzones • Stomboli Carry-out & Delivery

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SB Eighty One 24481 Detroit Rd. 440-835-3559 Si Senor 27155 Detroit Rd. 440-250-0882


Starbucks 30327 Detroit Rd. 440-899-7800

Arrabiata’s 600 Dover Center Rd. 440-835-9100

Stonehouse Grill 24850 Center Ridge Rd. 440-871-4745

Bay Diner 660 Dover Center Rd. 440-835-9011

Subway Sandwiches and Salads 26079 Detroit Rd. 440-899-1772

China House 27241 Wolf Rd. 440-808-8855

30325 Detroit Rd. 440-871-1110 27020 Center Ridge Rd. 440-835-9799 Sweet Basil Pizzeria 26235 Center Ridge Rd. 440-250-0882 Taco Bell 1345 Columbia Rd. 440-899-7994 TGI Friday’s 30115 Detroit Rd. 440-899-8443 Vicki’s Diner and Deli 26105 Center Ridge Rd. 440-835-5031 Vieng’s Asian Bistro 139 Crocker Park Blvd. 440-871-2888 87 West 2 Wine Bar 287 Crocker Park Blvd. 440-250-2334 Wendy’s 29778 Detroit Rd. 440-892-8946 Whistle Stop Restaurant 673 Cahoon Rd. 440-892-5705 White Oaks Restaurant 777 Cahoon Rd. 440-835-3090 Zoup! 30187 Detroit Rd. 440-892-9687

Bay Village A Luncheon Time Café & Catering Restaurant 640 Dover Center Rd. 440-617-0610

We just do Italian like Michelangelo was just

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Dairy Queen 618 Dover Center Rd. 440-835-1929 Fragapane Bakery & Deli 626 Dover Center Rd. 440-871-6340 Georgio’s Oven Fresh Pizza Co. 622 Dover Center Rd. 440-835-8100 Geppetto’s Pizza & Ribs 27321 Wolf Rd. 440-892-2500 Greenisland Irish Pub & Restaurant 25519 Eaton Way 440-250-9086

Enjoy the intense flavors and generous portions served family-style that made us masters of authentic Italian fun.

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Heinen’s Deli 434 Dover Center Rd. 440-871-5066 Java Bay 27225 Wolf Rd. 440-871-8011 Martin’s Deli 328 Bassett Rd. 440-871-1141 Mitchell’s Ice Cream 28624 Lake Rd. 440-871-7699 Mojo’s Coffee 600 Dover Center Rd. 440-892-4040 Mojo’s at BayArts 28795 Lake Rd. 440-871-6543 Subway Sandwiches and Salads 27237 Wolf Rd. 440-871-2006 Vento 28611 Lake Rd. 440-835-4530 w w w. W e s t l a k e - B a y V i l l a g e . c o m

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Ednil Drive........................B2 Electric Drive............... B2, E3 Elmwood Road................ D3 Fairwin Drive ................... A2 Florence St........................B2 Foote Road.......................B2 Fordham Parkway............. F3 Forest Drive...................... C3 Forestview Road ...............E3 Glen Park Drive................ D3 Glendenning Drive .......... C3 Goulders Green................B2 Henry Road...................... D3 Humiston Drive................. F3 Huntington Blvd ...............B2 Huntington Woods Pkwy............................ A1

Huntley Court................... F3 Huntmere Drive............... D3 Hurst Drive ...................... A2 Inverness Drive .................B3 Jefferson Court................ D3 Juneway Drive...................E3 Kenilworth Road.............. D3 Kenmore Drive..................E3 Kensington Cir................. A1 Kimberly Court................ A3 Kimberly Drive ................ A3 Knickerbocker Road..... C3–D3 Lake Forest Drive...............E3 Lake Park Drive................. F3 Lake Road ..................A1–E3 Lakeview Drive .................E3 Lane Drive........................ A3


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Normandy Road............... D3 North Lincoln Road ..........B3 Northfield Road................B2 Oak Cliff Drive.................. F3 Oakmoor Road................ D3 Osborn Road ..............C3–E3 Park Drive......................... F3 Park Lane......................... C2 Parkside Drive.................. D3 Pellett Drive..................... A2 Perry Drive....................... A3 Pinewood Drive.................B2 Plymouth Drive ............... A2 Powell Drive..................... A2 Provincetown Lane........... A3 Queenswood Drive .......... F3 Red Oak Court .................E3

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Red Oak Lane...................E3 Revere Drive......................B3 Rexford Avenue............... C3 Robert’s Run .................... F3 Roberta Lane................... A3 Rockledge Drive................E3 Roxbury Park Drive .......... A1 Russell Road................ D3–F3 Ruth Street.......................B2 Rye Gate Street.................B2 Saddler Road................... A2 Salem Drive ..................... A2 Sandalwood Drive ............ F3 Sherwood Drive............... A3 Sites Road........................ C3 Sunset Drive......................E3 Sutcliffe Drive ................. C3

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Advertiser Index Accountants

Credit Union

Butch, Mediate & Company.......p 4

Lakeshore Community Credit Union..............................p 28. www.lakeshoreccu.com

Auto Dealerships Pat O’Brien Chevrolet..................p 5. www.patobrienchevy.com Premier Toyota....... p 17, Back Cover. www.premiertoyota.com

Barber Shops

Walker Road Park

Dr. Nick Gravino DDS..........p 15, 23. www.nickgravionodds.com

Dentist/Oral Surgeon

Catanza’s Barber Shop...............p 29. www.catanzasbarbershop.com

MKD Murphy Kosman DankoThomas P. Murphy DDS............p 21. www.drsmkd.com

Village Barber Shop...............p 7, 18.

Dentists/Orthodontists

Chamber of Commerce

Braces by DiMassa..............p 16, 20. www.bracesbydimassa.com

West Shore Chamber of Commerce..............................p 29. www.westshorechamber.org

Dentists/Pediatric

Childcare Creative Playrooms Montessori & Child Care Center.........................p 8. www.creativeplayrooms.com Glenview Center for Child Care............................p 10. www.bayvillageschools.com

Churches

Creative Playrooms

Dentist

Dr. Lyn Allee..............................p 21. www.drlynallee.com

Dry Cleaning/Alterations Ridge Cleaners............................p 5. www.ridgecleaners.com

Fitness Overload Fitness.................p 14, 22. www.overloadfitness.com

Church of the Redeemer United Church of Christ............p 32. www.corucc.org

Furniture/Interior Decorating

Dover Congregational United Church of Christ............p 32. www.doverucc.org

Consign Home Couture .....p 15, 24. www.consignhomecouture.com

Cleaning/Restoration Duraclean..................................p 31. www.duraclean.com The Cleaning Authority................... ...............................Inside Back Cover www.cleveland.thecleaningauthority.com

Brian’s Furniture........................p 27. www.briansfurniturestore.com

Furs/Leathers/Accessories Sword Furs............................p 5, 17. www.swordfurs.com

Garden Center Gales Westlake Garden Center...........................p 26. www.galeswestlake.com

Colleges & Universities Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C)........................p 9, 17. www.tri-c.edu/westshore Lorain County Community College..................p 11. www.lorainccc.edu

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Home Health Care Hanson Services........................p 21. www.HansonServices.com

Hospice Services Hospice of the Western Reserve...........p 15, 20, 21. www.hospicewr.org


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Hospital/Medical Facility

Pet Services

Salons & Spa

Cleveland Clinic................................ ......... Inside Front Cover, p 16, 19, 21 www.fairviewhospital.org/EDICU

Hot Diggity Dog........................p 31. www.hotdiggitydogusa.com

Bella Capelli.........................p 16, 19. www.bellacapelli.com

Photographer

Senior Living

Katzbach Insurance...............p 1, 14. www.katzbachinsurance.com

Jason Shaffer Photography.............................p 31. www.jasonshafferphoto.com

Eliza Jennings - Devon Oaks Assisted Living....................p 18, 23. www.elizajennings.org

Interior Design

Realtor/Real Estate

Senior Services

Deborah J. School Designs.......p 24. DJDesign@oh.rr.com

Ohio Family Realty....................p 27. www.ohiofamilyrealty.com

Bradley Bay Health Center......................p 17, 19. www.bbhc.net

Investments/ Financial Services

Restaurants

Insurance

Charles Schwab.........................p 12. www.schwab.com

Arashi Japan........................p 16, 35. www.arashijapan.com

Landscaping

Buca di Beppo...........................p 35. www.BucadiBeppo.com

Yards Done Right................p 26, 27. www.yardsdoneright.net

Jenni Juggs................................p 34. www.jennijuggsavonlake.com

Library

Mezza Mediterranean Cuisine........................................p 33. www.mezzaonline.com

Westlake Porter Public Library.............................p 30. www.westlakelibrary.org

Mortgage Services

Pizza By Robert.........................p 34. www.pizzabyrobert.com

Cross Country Mortgage..........p 25. www.myccmortgage.com

Vento.........................................p 33. www.ventotrattoria.com

Optometrist/Optician

Restaurants/Catering

Madison Eye Care.....................p 28. www.madisoneyecare.com

A Luncheon Time................p 18, 34. www.aluncheontime.com

Paint & Coating

Retail/Women’s Boutique

Sherwin Williams......................p 26. www.sherwin-williams.com

Belle Soiree Boutique...............p 29.

University Alumni Group U. of Toledo AlumniCleveland...................................p 29. www.toledoalumni.org

Window Treatments Budget Blinds......................p 18, 27. www.budgetblinds.com

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