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Strongsville 2014

IMAGE BOOK & Community Guide

This is an Image Builders Marketing Inc.™ Trademark Publication created and produced for the City of Strongsville, Ohio. Thomas P. Perciak, Mayor Copyright ©2014, 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: Strongsville Municipal Offices 16099 Foltz Pkwy., Strongsville, Ohio 44149 440-580-3100 View the book online at: www.Strongsville.org or www.strongsvilleOH.us To advertise in the next edition, call 440-346-4482. Publisher Bernice P. Kaldy Editor Laura Lakner Business Manager Mary Dodge Art Director/Project Manager Tammy Spear Lead Graphic Designer Judy Beveridge Contributing Designers Robert Garland, Gail Hartman Production Coordinator Jocelyn Georgiev Account Executives/ Community Consultants Bernice Kaldy, Scott F.W. Hughes, Brenda Jumpa, Janine Mazzi, Pat Pell Contributing Writer Ken McEntee Map Laura Kaldy Photography Beverly David Photography Susan Norcross - City of Strongsville Information Technology Consultant David J. Kaldy 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 Strongsville Image Book & Community Guide, especially our advertisers who provide the financial support to make this a successful community project. We hope that you enjoy the informative features contained in this publication and will keep it as a reference guide for community and advertiser information. Copyright ©2014 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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CONTENTS 4 from the mayor 6 City Overview 8 economic development 10 financial 12 Education

17 The faces of strongsville

31 health & wellness 36 senior living 38 homes & real estate 43 community information

48 places of worship 50 CITY OF strongsville MAP 52 dining guide 55 parks & recreation 56 advertiser index

ON THE COVER: A sampling of Strongsville’s many community events. THIS PAGE: THE FACES OF STRONGSVILLE, See special section starting on page 17. First Row (left to right): Greg & Nancy Filo, Gregory Filo Jewelry Design, Inc.; Donna Meyers, Cuyahoga County Public Library Strongsville Branch; Kyle Peterson, Shinto Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar; Shahzeb Malik, Kisner Elementary School student; John J. Urban, Attorney at Law Ltd.; Heather Srodek, Howard Hanna; Marguerite Nagy, PSE Credit Union; Paul Psota, Altenheim/Shurmer Place. Second Row: Lena Knight, Midpoint Campus, Lorain County Community College; Scott Merdes & Amber Tanzillo, First Federal of Lakewood; Brent Painter, Economic Development Director for the City of Strongsville; Thomas P. Perciak, Mayor of Strongsville; John Krupinski, Superintendent of Strongsville Schools; Mary Mizen-Bruce, Howard Hanna; Dr. Ron Liss and Terri Hradek, Cuyahoga Community College. Third Row: Sharon Stephens, Sharon Stephens Hypnosis; Cheryl & Nuccio Basilisco, Esbi International Salon & Spa; Albert E. Matyas, Southwest General Health Center; Dan Washburn, Mount Royal Villa; Matt & Sandy Croft, Strongsville Mini Storage; Dr. Patrick McCluskey, Timber Ridge Neck & Back Pain Clinic. Fourth Row: Dane Donaldson, State Farm; Robert Pavlik, Brookway Hearing; Bob Kalfas, R.A. Kalfas Construction; Jim & Eileen Smalley, New Creation Interiors; Jana & Mark Florek, Budget Blinds; Dr. William Aerni, William Aerni DDS. Missing from Photo: Arlene Coloma DDS, MS; Brendon Ptak, Century Federal Credit Union; Roger Riachi, RFC Contracting; Mike Trivisonno Jr., Trivs Restaurant. Photo Location: Cuyahoga County Public Library-Strongsville Branch. Photographer: Andrea Bartel, Beverly David Photography. w w w. S t r o n g s v i l l e . o r g

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from the Mayor

Welcome to Strongsville! From our thriving business parks to our bustling shopping and dining areas to our recreation facilities and the Town Commons that host youth sports and uplifting community events, there is always a lot happening in Strongsville. Despite the economic downturn that has challenged cities across the nation, Strongsville has remained open for business in an aggressive way. Over the past 18 months, more than 900 new jobs have been created in our four business parks alone. The 5 percent vacancy rate in those business parks is about half of the 9 percent average in Northeast Ohio. And we continue to work diligently to attract new companies to Strongsville and to retain the existing businesses that are such an important thread in the fabric of our community. This 12th Annual Strongsville Image Book and Community Guide features the stories of many of our local business owners and operators – our neighbors who have so much invested in our town. This informative magazine, which has become a fixture in Strongsville’s homes and businesses, not only captures the spirit of our town’s people, places and events, but it also serves as a handy reference guide that can be used throughout the year. As I attend community events, civic functions and ribbon cutting ceremonies for new businesses, I am constantly reminded why Strongsville is such a wonderful town in which to live and do business. With amenities like the Metroparks and our local recreational areas, plentiful shopping and dining options, along with exemplary municipal services, Strongsville truly is the ideal place to raise a family. The Strongsville Image Book and Community Guide is made possible by the generous support of our local businesses. Please support them when you go out to dine, shop or are in need of services. Sincerely,

Thomas P. Perciak Mayor

Mayor Tom Perciak

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Overview

Strongsville:

Improving and Growing

By Ken McEntee

“What a fantastic day to be in Strongsville,”

proclaims Mayor Thomas P. Perciak, addressing the thousands of kids, parents and grandparents in attendance at the annual Day at the Chalet family arts festival. “You start at the Breakfast on the Covered Bridge, then come down here into the park for this afternoon event. This is what separates Strongsville from many other communities.” Breakfast on the Covered Bridge, hosted by the Strongsville City Club, and A Day at the Chalet, organized by Arts in Strongsville, exemplify Strongsville’s community spirit, Perciak says. “Events like this, along with Homecoming, the Rib Burn-Off, Winter Wonderland and the Independence Day fireworks, happen because of the generosity of our business community,” he says. “This year we had almost 100 donors who made the lighting ceremony at Winter Wonderland possible. But it isn’t only about writing checks. Our business people physically donate their time to make a lot of things happen. They have become part of the fabric of who we are as a community.” The city’s businesses, he adds, also are essential in providing an income tax base that funds municipal services like safety

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forces, trash collection and street repair. More than 83 percent of the city’s General Fund comes from income taxes, while less than 1.5 percent comes from property taxes. The city’s largest expense, the mayor says, is its safety forces – the police and fire departments – which account for 49 percent of its budget. Routine street maintenance, at 20 percent, makes up the next largest expense. Along with routine maintenance, the city has recently been involved in several road improvement projects, the largest of which has been the widening of Pearl Road. Phase I of the project, which focused on the stretch between Shurmer and Drake roads, was completed in September 2011. Construction of Phase II, which will widen the street between Drake and Boston roads, has begun. Completion of the $11.5 million project is scheduled for May 2015. “The majority of the dollars coming for this phase is grant money that we will not have to repay,” Perciak emphasizes. “In addition to state and federal grant money, we also were able to arrange a $2.5 million state loan at no interest payable in 20 years. We were able to secure that favorable financing because of our AAA bond rating.” Other current and upcoming capital projects in the city


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include $800,000 in sewer maintenance aimed at alleviating basement flooding. The projects include the sealing of sanitary sewer line joints to prevent the infiltration of storm water, Perciak says. The Engineering Department also is studying the reconstruction of the Prospect and Albion Road intersection. “We need to open up that corner,” Perciak says. “It continually backs up, and the bottleneck is going to get worse with all of the new residential development happening in that part of the city.” Looking to help municipal employees stay healthy while controlling its cost of health insurance premiums, the city recently implemented a proactive wellness program, which includes voluntary biannual health screenings. “Employees who do the screenings avoid $25 monthly increases in their share of their insurance premiums,” says Steve Kilo, director of human services. “By encouraging our employees to live healthy lifestyles, we have a better chance of keeping our premiums down. In today’s health insurance environment, that is important.” Following up on the wellness program, the city in October enacted a ban on tobacco use on all city-owned property-free, indoor and out. “The community of Strongsville always has been very proactive and receptive to having a healthy environment, not only for employees but also for guests and residents,” Kilo says.

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TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS: Scenes from the annual Strongsville Community Business Expo in October. Participants Lena Knight (left, center) and associates from Midpoint Campus Center talk to prospective students; Rob and Brenda Kammer and Tom Breno from Alpha Graphics Strongsville (below).

Economic Development: Attracting & Retaining Success By Ken McEntee

Retail stores and dining establishments

often are seen as the face of a city – the businesses that are most visible on the busiest streets of town. But the real economic backbone of Strongsville, insists Brent Painter, the city’s Director of Economic Development, is the commercial and light manufacturing firms that are located mainly in the city’s four local business parks. “Without our business tax base the residents of Strongsville would not receive the quality city services we have become

accustomed to,” says Mayor Thomas P. Perciak. “Eighty percent of Strongsville’s $30.6 million General Fund revenue is generated by local businesses.” That’s why attraction and retention of business is so important to the city, Painter explains. Despite a precarious business climate, he says, more than 900 new jobs have been created in the city’s business parks alone over the past 18 months. “Some communities don’t bring in 900 jobs in five or 10 years,” Painter insists. “The vacancy rate in our business parks is under 5 percent compared to an average industrial vacancy rate in Northeast Ohio of almost 9 percent.” In a global business environment, Painter concedes, attracting and retaining business can be challenging. “There always will be consolidations and mergers that can impact some of our biggest employers,” he says. “Our job is to aggressively promote the city to attract new companies and to retain existing companies by making it advantageous to do business in Strongsville.” In a 2011 Business Retention & Expansion Survey of local business owners, done in cooperation with The Ohio State University, 100 percent of the respondents said they would t In 2013, Vitamix created 348 new jobs in Strongsville with the relocation of assembly operations to their new 175,000 square-foot facility within the Strongsville Business & Technology Park.

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recommend another business to locate in Strongsville. Among the reasons, Painter says, are quality infrastructure, highway and airport accessibility and competitive incentives that include real property tax abatement for qualifying businesses. One new tool to attract new businesses is the city’s JobPayroll Creation Incentive Grant Program. The program, which was approved by City Council in October, offers a payroll tax “rebate” to new manufacturing and technology businesses that create at least $6 million in annual payroll – or $120,000 in local taxes. The maximum grant is 30 percent of annual payroll taxes generated for up to 10 years. Looking to market Strongsville to high tech businesses in aerospace, medical devices, biotechnology and other light industrial sectors, the city recently contracted with Site Location Partnership, a national firm that represents Strongsville at business and industry trade shows across the country. “The annual cost of the membership is less than running a single ad in an economic development magazine, which is the primary way we used to market ourselves nationally,” Painter said. “And it’s a lot more effective.” He notes that the city helps to provide local businesses numerous opportunities to network locally as well. Three times a year the Economic Development Department organizes free networking breakfasts that are sponsored by local companies.

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The annual Strongsville Community Business Expo, hosted by the city, along with the Rotary Club of Strongsville, the Strongsville Chamber of Commerce and the Strongsville High School DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) Program, gives local businesses a chance to display their products and services to consumers from Strongsville and neighboring communities. “It’s part of what we do to partner with our local businesses to help them to be as successful as possible,” Painter says.

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Financial Planning for Today and Tomorrow The Kiplinger Financial Group specializes in providing estate, tax, retirement, risk management and investment planning advice to individuals and their closelyheld entities. This year we are focusing on planning strategies for the American Tax Relief Act, and the 3.8% net investment income tax that a lot of people are worried about, especially with the market that we’ve recently had. We are also working with clients on other planning strategies including estate, investment, retirement, insurance and healthcare reform.  Tax planning after 2012 has a whole new landscape. When various income tax rates come into play is something we have always considered, but beginning in 2013 we have different levels for different long-term capital gain rates, different levels for when the 3.8% Medicare tax kicks in, a different level for a

0.9% extra tax for couples with earned income over $250,000, phase-outs of itemized deductions, phase-outs of personal exemptions, and phase-outs of the AMT exemption. All of these impact families at different levels dependent on their personal tax situation. For all of your financial needs, turn to the experts at the Kiplinger Financial Group. Contact Kiplinger & Co., CPAs at 440-238-0222 or Buzek Wealth Advisors at 440-238-6845.

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In the Strongsville community, you have access to a team of PNC partners who are committed to helping you find solutions to fit your individual needs. Your personal and business bankers work together to help you achieve both your business and personal financial goals. Patrick Vogt and Matt Marscher are the Branch Managers servicing the community at the Pearl Shurmer and Royalton Road Branches. Brad Schweitzer is the Relationship Manager with our Wealth Management team. Brad and his team protect client’s assets with trust strategies and customized investment solutions through their team of highly credentialed advisors. They are the first place our clients turn for advice and solutions. As the PNC Business Banker, Heather Dodig delivers both experience and Cash Flow Options that will help improve the cash flow of your business. She is committed to understanding the unique needs of your business and will work closely with you to address your challenges.

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Dear Parents and Community Members, The mission of the Strongsville City Schools, an

exceptional school district with a tradition of nationally recognized students and teachers, is to ensure all students reach their fullest potential, through challenging curriculum and activities, provided by a highly qualified, motivated staff, in a safe, supportive environment, with up-to-date facilities and technology – in partnership with the community. The Strongsville City School District serves approximately 5,900 students. Students have the opportunity to not only find success in the classroom but to also enjoy opportunities in a variety of co-curricular activities. Our district is composed of a preschool, seven neighborhood elementary schools (K-6), two middle schools (7-8) and a high

Super Hero Day (left) is celebrated at Center Middle School; Strongsville High School Cheerleaders pose at a tailgate party (above).

school serving students in grades 9-12. Our students are our number one priority and, as a result, student achievement is John J. Krupinski our primary focus. For that reason, you have our pledge that we will do whatever we can to help each and every student find success. Education is all about partnerships. We value and appreciate the support that our district receives from the Strongsville community. Anytime that I can be of assistance, please do not hesitate to contact my office at 440-572-7010. You can also find information about the Strongsville City Schools by visiting our website at www.strongnet.org. Sincerely, Fine Tuning Marketing Skills: Strongsville High School DECA students at Business Expo.

John J. Krupinski Superintendent of Schools

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Strongsville City Schools: Rigorous, Diverse, Student-Focused Programs • Approximately 5,900 students participate in an exciting classroom atmosphere supported by an accredited, comprehensive curriculum, diverse student activities and clubs, engaging teachers, and committed support staff • Award-winning instructional programs: Science, Math, Economics • 80% of students complete the college core curriculum • College admission test scores above state and national average • 11 High School National Merit Scholar Semi-Finalists in the past five years • Arts: Band/Choir/Theater; National and Regional recognition • Athletics: State and Regional championships in boys’ and girls’ sports

The People Connection • Over 80% of faculty have earned a Masters Degree; 82% in high school • Nationally Board Certified Teachers on staff • Supportive and involved residents and business community • Multi-faceted community engagement programs: strategic planning, town hall meetings, and website • Secure online access to student progress and performance reporting

Facilities & Transportation • Safe and well-maintained facilities and grounds include: a special needs preschool, 7 neighborhood elementary schools (K-6), two middle schools (7-8), and a high school (9-12) with planetarium • Contemporary athletic facilities • Technology infrastructure supports instruction using computer labs, classroom computers, internet access, and instructional software

Finances • School district is the second largest employer in the City of Strongsville

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Tri-C offers educational opportunities close to home (BUC) at 3605 Center Road in Brunswick. In addition to associate degrees, BUC provides bachelor’s degrees and master’s degrees in criminal justice, accounting, forensic accounting, business administration and management leadership through partnerships with Tiffin University and Franklin University. For more information, call 800-954-8742 or visit their website at www.tri-c.edu.

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Midpoint Campus Center Offers Continuing Education College classes and degrees are available in Brunswick from The University of Akron and Lorain County Community College at Midpoint Campus Center. LCCC offers full associate degrees in the areas of computer applications integrated specialist, computer and digital forensics, human services, accounting, business administrationmanagement and finance and the Bachelor of Organizational Supervision is offered from Akron.  Akron also offers graduate programming in education. New to Midpoint this fall is a certificate and associates degree in massage therapy from Stark State College. Credit classes from both institutions at Midpoint are transferable to other Ohio colleges. Credit courses include composition, medical terminology, psychology, mathematics, computer forensics, history and more. Instruction is offered via live and online options providing greater flexibility for students. Midpoint offers complete enrollment and assessment services for LCCC and Akron as well as Post Secondary Enrollment Options courses for high school students, continuing education and enrichment courses, business and support services and an open computer lab. For more information visit www.midpointcampus.com or call 330-225-0042.

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Shahzeb Malik (above) is one of several Kisner Elementary School students featured in a recent Strongsville Education Foundation video. The students were invited to attend the “Investing in Academic Excellence” Community Breakfast this past October. Shahzeb captured the enthusiasm of the breakfast crowd not only in the video but at the podium during the event. To see the entire video and the students featured, visit www.SEF1.org

Strongsville Education Foundation Initiatives to Enhance Achievement Since it was founded in 1984, the Strongsville

Education Foundation (SEF) has awarded more than a half million dollars in grants and scholarships to support student achievement, says Executive Director Linda Mahoney. “We are an independent not-for-profit community organization that raises and distributes funds to support and foster creativity, innovation and excellence for students and teachers,” Mahoney says. “None of our funding goes for salaries or general improvements in the school district.” At first, Mahoney says, the foundation focused mainly on student scholarships.“But as educational funding diminished at the state and national levels, it became apparent that public schools would depend on some private funding for initiatives to enhance education,” she says. A board of 12 volunteer trustees who consider grant applications submitted by teachers or building administrators oversees the foundation. “One of our greatest recent impacts was the purchase of the AIMS Web reading assessment tool,” Maloney says. “Our current emphasis is on technology in the classroom. Schools cannot keep up with technology because of budget constraints.” Annual foundation fundraisers include a raffle of a car donated by Serpentini Chevrolet and March Trivia Madness, in which teams from local organizations and schools compete in a challenge of knowledge. In October, more than 240 residents attended the foundation’s first “Investing in Academic Excellence” Breakfast – an event the foundation plans to host annually. “It’s a chance to rally the community around academic achievement.” Mahoney said. “We plan to make the ‘Excellence Breakfast’ a must-attend annual event.” To learn more about the Strongsville Education Foundation, visit www.sef1.org. — Ken McEntee


The

Faces of

Strongsville Profiling some of Strongsville’s most interesting and recognizable faces.

First Row (left to right): Greg & Nancy Filo, Gregory Filo Jewelry Design, Inc.; Donna Meyers, Cuyahoga County Public Library Strongsville Branch; Kyle Peterson, Shinto Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar; Shahzeb Malik, Kisner Elementary School student; John J. Urban, Attorney at Law Ltd.; Heather Srodek, Howard Hanna; Marguerite Nagy, PSE Credit Union; Paul Psota, Altenheim/Shurmer Place. Second Row: Lena Knight, Midpoint Campus, Lorain County Community College; Scott Merdes & Amber Tanzillo, First Federal of Lakewood; Brent Painter, Economic Development Director for the City of Strongsville; Thomas P. Perciak, Mayor of Strongsville; John Krupinski, Superintendent of Strongsville Schools; Mary Mizen-Bruce, Howard Hanna; Dr. Ron Liss and Terri Hradek, Cuyahoga Community College. Third Row: Sharon Stephens, Sharon Stephens Hypnosis; Cheryl & Nuccio Basilisco, Esbi International Salon & Spa; Albert E. Matyas, Southwest General Health Center; Dan Washburn, Mount Royal Villa; Matt & Sandy Croft, Strongsville Mini Storage; Dr. Patrick McCluskey, Timber Ridge Neck & Back Pain Clinic. Fourth Row: Dane Donaldson, State Farm; Robert Pavlik, Brookway Hearing; Bob Kalfas, R.A. Kalfas Construction; Jim & Eileen Smalley, New Creation Interiors; Jana & Mark Florek, Budget Blinds; Dr. William Aerni, William Aerni DDS. Missing from Photo: Arlene Coloma DDS, MS; Brendon Ptak, Century Federal Credit Union; Roger Riachi, RFC Contracting; Mike Trivisonno Jr., Trivs Restaurant. Photo Location: Cuyahoga County Public Library-Strongsville Branch. Photographer: Andrea Bartel, Beverly David Photography. w w w. S t r o n g s v i l l e . o r g

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Arlene J. Coloma, D.D.S., M.S.

Prepping Little Patients for a Lifetime of Good Oral Health There’s something about a child’s smile. Those first teeth are the basis for beautiful grins and precious school photos. But what you might not realize is that it’s a trip to the right dentist that can set the stage for a lifetime of good oral health. “Visiting a pediatric dentist, instead of a general dentist, is as important as taking your child to a pediatrician instead of a family practitioner,” explains Arlene Coloma, D.D.S., M.S. “Pediatric dentists

receive an additional two to three years of specialized training that is centered around the growth and development of children.” Dr. Arlene has been the pediatric dentist of choice in this area for more than ten years. She’s the dentist that other health practitioners bring their own children to. And when a new orthodontist comes to town, he or she pays a visit to Dr. Arlene - first. “We’ve established an outstanding reputation in the community over the years as the kind of practice that is absolutely focused on children. Parents know they can expect a more successful outcome because we speak directly to the kids.” In fact, your child’s first visit to Dr. Arlene - which is recommended at age one - typically includes time spent with the doctor in the comfort of one of her brightly decorated patient rooms, with themes like the deep blue ocean and a festive outdoor park. “We usually let the child dictate the way their first exam will go,” she smiles warmly. “It’s important to make that visit as positive as possible. We let them sit in the chair and look at all of the tools. They get to meet the tooth tickler and we talk to them on their level.” She manages to sneak an exam in, too. “I never want their first visit to be traumatic,” Dr. Arlene emphasizes. “And it’s so important for parents to realize that three is no longer the age to bring a child in for his or her first visit. There are so many kids walking around with cavities that could have been prevented if they’d been seen earlier.” She’s also more conservative when it comes to Fluoride treatments, preferring to dispense only if needed. “These aren’t just little teeth, they’re little people,” she says. “I’m passionate about helping them keep a healthy smile - for life.”

Dr. Arlene Coloma

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Esbi International Salon The Beauty of You

Hello. Today is a wonderful day. As we begin our fourth year here at our beautiful salon we want to dedicate a few moments to sincerely recognize and thank all of the people who have made Esbi the wonderful place that it is. First and foremost I would like to thank God for all His blessings. We are blessed with a life of contentment and a successful business that has been made possible by so many loyal customers whom we cannot begin to thank enough. We want to thank our customers from surrounding communities, as well as those who drive a considerable distance to visit us regularly. We have loyal clients from all over Ohio – as far as Cincinnati – as well as from across the state line into Pittsburgh. We’re blessed and humbled to receive such loyalty and we want to assure you that we don’t take it for granted. We will continue to earn your business.

service whether the customer is getting a basic cut or a more complex and trendy styling. As Artistic Director, I want to extend my personal thank you to our entire Esbi team. Starting with a friendly greeting at the front desk and moving back to exemplary service from our technicians in a child-friendly environment, all of our family members are a vital part of our success. As a salon and a distributor of fabulous hair care products, Esbi is still growing. I believe that’s because God isn’t finished with what he has given us to do. We look forward to continuing the personal service and quality styling our valued customers have treasured over the years, and we are eager to meet many new friends in the months and years ahead.

Four years ago, we were blessed to have found a magnificent, stately building in which to make our new home. Ironically, we discovered that our building brought mixed blessings – because of its beauty, some people assumed that we only welcomed an upscale clientele and that we were out of their price range. Those who stopped in, however, quickly realized that they didn’t have to spend a lot of money to be treated like royalty. The Esbi team is dedicated to pampering every customer with the same attentive Esbi International Salon Owners Cheryl and Nuccio Basilisco

Esbi Intl. Salon is located at 4193 Center Road, in Brunswick. The phone number is 330-220-3724. Hours are Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. - 9p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.; closed Monday. The web address is www.esbiintlsalon.com and you can visit us on Facebook at “Esbi Brunswick” w w w. S t r o n g s v i l l e . o r g

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New Showroom and Design Center Opens in Strongsville R.A. Kalfas Construction is a full-service, family-owned and operated general contractor that is licensed, bonded and insured. R.A. Kalfas offers architectural and interior/exterior design services. Proud members of the Cleveland Better Business Bureau, N.A.R.I. and the Strongsville Chamber of Commerce, R.A. Kalfas Construction is based in Strongsville, Ohio and has been a recognized name throughout the area for over thirty years. Dedication and commitment along with unsurpassed craftsmanship, allows R.A. Kalfas Construction to be one of the top general remodelers in the region. Chippewa Stone, a local company that is also family-owned and operated, offers kitchen and bath design from cabinets to counter tops - including granite, marble, onyx, Corian, quartz and laminate. Their experienced staff will help make your kitchen or bath project stand out. From design concept to new cabinets, granite or quartz countertops or a tile back splash to compliment your new look, Chippewa does it all. Outside of the showroom, they go to great lengths to prepare for your project. Chippewa’s staff takes the extra steps needed for a superior finish on the installation of your

countertops. Doing business the old fashion way, Chippewa Stone takes the time to become familiar with a client’s style and then brings it to life, all for a fair price. Combining forces, R.A. Kalfas Construction and Chippewa Stone are proud to announce the opening of their new showroom and design center which features kitchen and bathroom vignettes, product displays, design ideas and much more. This home remodeling showroom, located at 14785 Pearl Road in Strongsville, was created to be a one-stop resource and display center for customers. It provides a unique and timesaving opportunity for designers and clients to sit down together in a hands-on environment to collaborate on project ideas, helping to combine the best of design and functionality. It is also a convenient way to preview and select design features, materials and accessories. Check out their showroom location and make an appointment to receive a free estimate to explore your home remodeling dreams! Pictured, left to right: Bob Kalfas, President of R.A. Kalfas Construction; Cortney Kalfas, Vice President, R.A. Kalfas Construction; and Courtney and Oskar Gruber, Owners of Chippewa Stone

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Aerni Dental

Something to Smile About Their mission is simple: to provide exceptional dental care in a professional, up-to-date environment. This is achieved by time well spent listening to and educating patients concerning their dental needs and goals, and by bringing the best care, technology, and solutions to every situation. Whatever your dental needs, you will find everything right here. That’s because Dr. Aerni, a general dentist for 24 years, is continually furthering his education beyond general dentistry into the fields of orthodontics, surgery and dental implants. Dr. Aerni is a firm believer in preventative care. In order to maintain healthy teeth, you need to control infections and forces in your mouth on a daily basis. Periodontal health is critical to ensure longterm healthy gums, teeth, and bone. In recent studies, periodontal disease was recognized in 70% of the adult population. These inflammatory responses can increase risks for cardiovascular disease, stroke, premature births, prostatitis, osteoporosis, diabetes, and respiratory diseases. Dr. Aerni’s protocol for many years has included an annual comprehensive periodontal assessment as part of each patient’s care. Dr. William Aerni was born and raised in Northeast Ohio. He is a graduate of St. Ignatius High School and received his undergraduate degree from Baldwin Wallace College. He then attended dental school at Case Western Reserve University and began practicing dentistry in 1988. In 1996, he became certified at the Midwest Implant Institute at CWRU. While there, he earned the Robert James Award in recognition of the extern who personally devoted and dedicated himself to the pursuit of excellence in general dentistry and implantology. The Academy of Gp Orthodontics is where he furthered his studies in adult and child orthodontics in 2003. Dr. Aerni uses the Tip Edge Orthodontic System, which involves the proven theory that lighter forces move teeth faster and more effectively, resulting in a more patient-friendly orthodontic experience.

“Our orthodontic patients visit us every 8 weeks, versus every 4-6 with traditional orthodontics.” Most importantly, headgear and Herbst appliances are not needed to fully correct a person’s bite. With advanced technology, Dr. Aerni offers the highest level of dental care. He uses digital radiology, a state-of-the-art conebeam CT scan, and Cerec CAD/CAM for crowns. These crowns can be done in one appointment. Advances with dental implants allow for replacement of single teeth, multiple teeth and can stabilize loose fitting partials or dentures. Also available are immediate function implantsupported dentures, such as the All-on-4 procedure for replacing an entire arch of teeth and/or failing dentures. This new surgical technique can be performed in one day versus multiple surgeries over a period of time. For the anxious or nervous patient, Dr. Aerni uses conscious sedation.  As the name implies, the patient remains fully conscious and able to respond to questions while sedated enough to be unaware of the treatment. Here’s what one patient had to say about his experience at Aerni Dental: “I thought you did a wonderful job on my first procedure. But, after coming back for another procedure...”Merriam Webster” doesn’t supply enough positive adjectives to describe what an outstanding job you and your staff did. After only a few hours, I’m totally in shock over how good I feel. I’m also trying to decide if I’m seeing things in the mirror: I swear my smile looks better now than it has for the last 60 years. Thank you so much for the job you did. I am so pleased. You’re my dentist for life. -Jim S.

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Aerni Dental is located at 11177 Pearl Road in Strongsville. The Aerni Dental Team can help you with your preventative, restorative, surgical and orthodontic needs. Visit our website at www.AerniDental.com or call 440-238-6141 to schedule an appointment for a consultation to address your specific needs. w w w. S t r o n g s v i l l e . o r g

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Robert Pavlik, Jr.

Brookway Hearing Center Knowledge is power. Robert Pavlik Jr., founder and owner of Brookway Hearing Center, believes the more you know, the less people can take advantage of you.

wants and needs,” Robert emphasizes. “It’s our job to know what will work and what won’t work. The newest or most expensive device on the market may not necessarily be the one that works best for you. Sometimes the most expensive one is overkill.”

“Hearing instruments can be very important in maintaining a person’s daily quality of life, but they are not exactly cheap,” says Robert, a Nationally Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist and an Audioprosthologist. “Before our patients purchase something, we want them to be educated enough to make the absolute best choice for them.”

While pledging to fit his patients with the perfect device, Robert also promises to treat them like family. Brookway is, in fact, a family operation. Robert’s mother, Joyce, greets patients at the office and on the phone. Robert’s wife, Michelle, is co-owner of the business, his dad, Robert Sr., does the books and handles other “backroom operations” and Monica is Robert’s sister.

When determining the ideal hearing instrument for you, Robert and Hearing Instrument Specialist Monica Henkel consider a variety of personal factors, such as: * What is your specific hearing deficiency? * What is your lifestyle? * Cosmetic factors. * Practical considerations. * What is your budget? “Every person is different and everybody has different

“It’s all about family at Brookway, and we want people to feel like they’re a part of the family when they visit,” Robert says. When you visit Brookway, you start with a complimentary hearing screening during which a computerized test simulates real-life situations, like a quiet conversation, the noise you hear while riding in a car or pushing a loud lawn mower. “Not only is everybody’s hearing ability different, but so is the way they want to hear,” Robert explains. “While driving, for example, one person wants to hear the noise of the road. Another driver doesn’t. Today’s hearing instruments can be customized according to that preference.” At Brookway, Robert explains, you don’t just purchase a hearing instrument. You purchase a full service program that lasts for the life of the device. Once you pay for the hearing instrument, you won’t pay another dime for follow-up adjustments or exams.

Left to Right: Robert Pavlik Sr. - General Procedural Operations; Joyce Pavlik Procedural Operations; (front) Robert Pavlik Jr. NBC-HIS, ACA, Nationally Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist, Audioprosthologist, Owner; Michelle Pavlik - Owner

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Strongsville Mini-Storage Stash Your Stuff with Us!

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he congenial mother and son team of Sandy and Matt Croft make Strongsville Mini-Storage more than a convenient place to store your stuff. A stop into their office is always welcome. They often ask potential customers to “make us your first stop!” Customers trust their household and business items to Sandy and Matt because of their fenced, well-lit, secure facility boasting clean and well-maintained units. “A lot of our long-time customers have become more like friends over the years and enjoy stopping in the office to simply say “hello” and visit for a few minutes. Our customers are the main reason we both love coming to work every day. We are proud to hear the many thank you’s from our customers for the excellent service we generously provide to all of them!”

Open. She is also a member of the Arts in Strongsville, which hosts the annual Day at the Chalet. Matt continues to help the Rotary Club in some of their community activities, including their annual clothing drive. Strongsville Mini-Storage is one of the drop-off points for the clothing which helps many families in the area. Matt is a tremendous help at the Day at the Chalet and also mans his well-known silver truck during this event, collecting food for the Strongsville Food Bank. Sandy and Matt are always willing to help in the community that has always been generous to both of them!

Believers in giving back to the community in which they live and serve, Sandy and Matt are both members of the Strongsville Chamber of Commerce. Sandy is also active in such organizations as the Rotary Club of Strongsville, which hosts the annual Chili Sandy Croft, Owner & Matt Croft, Facility Manager

Stash your stuff with us at Strongsville Mini-Storage, 22802 Royalton Road. Call 440-846-0582 or visit our website at www.strongsvillestorage.com

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New Creation Interiors

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orking with an experienced interior designer is cost-effective and can actually save money by helping you make the right choices the first time,” say New Creation Interiors owners Jim and Eileen Smalley.

Eileen is a professionally-trained interior designer with over 30 years experience. Jim handles the myriad of details for the business. “New Creation Interiors is a full-service design studio featuring a wide selection of furniture, lighting, flooring, window treatments and the perfect accent pieces to pull it all together,” Eileen says. As a local business owner, Eileen is grateful for the remarkable client base she’s developed within the community, which over the years has expanded across Northeast Ohio and into other states. “We specialize in full-service interior design for both residential

and commercial projects. Our clients count on us to offer beautiful design ideas, furniture and accessories, as well as plans that incorporate some of their existing pieces. We can create a high-end look without breaking their budgets,” the duo explains. “We are your one-stop interior design shop. Every aspect of your project can be handled to exceed your expectations. Customer satisfaction is always our goal. Referrals from satisfied clients are how we have grown our business,” Jim says. “Our clients rave about our free, professional in-home delivery and installation and our try it before you buy it program,” they smile.

Owners Jim and Eileen Smalley

New Creation Interiors is located at 1655 Pearl Road, in Brunswick. Showroom hours are Monday and Friday, 10 -5:30pm; Tuesday and Thursday, 10 - 8:30pm; Saturday 10-5:00pm; closed Wednesday and Sunday. Call 330-220-4442 or visit them on the web for additional inspiration at www.NewCreationInteriors.net w w w. S t r o n g s v i l l e . o r g

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Dane A. Donaldson - State Farm Insurance

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Helping People Manage the Risks of Everyday Life, Recover from the Unexpected and Realize their Dreams

ver the last twelve years Dane’s career with State Farm has taken him from Toledo, Ohio to Tulsa, Oklahoma where he worked as a leader in corporate management. When given the opportunity to move back to Ohio and closer to family, he was more than happy to accept. “After researching the Cleveland area, Strongsville seemed to be the perfect fit, not only for my family, but for our growing business as well,” states Dane. “With its impressive schools, businesses and recreation, I knew Strongsville was where I wanted to be.” The strong sense of community spirit drew him here. Since 2008 Dane has strived to put together a team that could embody the passion and commitment to clients that he has always possessed. Dane chose to be a State Farm agent because he truly loves this business and believes in the impact that he and his team can have on each and every client they meet. Protecting people from the unexpected and caring enough to spend quality time getting to know all their clients is what it’s all about.

Dane Donaldson’s State Farm office offers Auto, Life, Home, Renters, Business Owner, Long Term Care and Health Insurances as well as Financial Products including Banking, Mutual Funds and Annuities. Dane says, “I make sure we have the best team possible to meet your family needs. You owe it to yourself to FEEL the difference of our customer experience. Call, click in or stop by...you’ll be glad you did!”

Dane Donaldson, Agent

17026 Pearl Rd., Strongsville • 440-268-0600 • www.danedonaldson.com

Sharon Stephens Hypnosis

Changing Your Thinking and Improving Your Life

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s a wellness focused business, Sharon Stephens believes that helping you find your own power to improve your well-being and teaching you to take back control allows you to reclaim and improve your life. At Sharon Stephens Hypnosis they apply the latest findings in brain science along with well-proven hypnosis and coaching techniques to help you change the behaviors and unconscious patterns that have held you back in the past. Neuroscience continues to show us that our thoughts/our brains create the conditions in our bodies. Create better input while correcting what is already there and your body will take that message and work wonders in how you feel and how you enjoy your life. If surrendering to your cravings, your pain or your brain fog has left you sitting on the sidelines of life, just a spectator, then perhaps hypnosis is the tool for you. Hypnosis is a very receptive and relaxed state of the brain. Brain imaging has shown that during hypnosis your conscious mind is at rest and the subconscious mind goes into a place of accelerated learning, accepting subtle

suggestions to create positive changes in behavior. Hypnosis can be utilized in many ways including weight loss with the Virtual Gastric Band program, smoking cessation, pain management, focus and stress reduction. Sharon Stephens works personally with clients to understand the behaviors that have had them locked into negative results. With her training and years of experience, she has helped her clients create and fully enjoy an improved life. Sharon Stephens, Owner

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Mount Royal Villa

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t Mount Royal Villa, a Consulate Health Care Center, they strive to live their mission statement of “Providing Service with our Hearts and Hands”. The dedicated team of compassionate healthcare professionals at Mount Royal Villa is focused on meeting the needs and exceeding the expectations of their patients and families by providing dignified, compassionate, and individualized care to each patient that they have the privilege to serve. They understand that the transition to a skilled nursing center, whether it be for short-term rehabilitation or long-term care, can be a difficult one for patients and their families. Mount Royal Villa provides 24-hour skilled nursing care; comprehensive post-acute care; physical, occupational and speech therapies; “Journey Home” discharge planning program; Long-term care services; Alzheimer’s and dementia care; and care for medically-complex patients. For the post-hospitalization needs of their patients, Mount Royal Villa has partnered with Medical Directors Dr. Blane McCoy and Dr. Michael Debs. Dr. McCoy, Orthopedic Surgeon, leads their Comprehensive Orthopedic Program, while Dr. Debs, Internal Medicine, attends

to the complex medical needs of patients on a weekly basis. At Mount Royal Villa, the patient and his or her family are involved in the design of an idividualized plan of care that effectively addresses the needs of the patient as well as those of the family. Call us today for more information or to schedule a tour.

Dan Washburn, Executive Director, Dr. Michael Debs and Dr. Blane McCoy

Call today for more information about the Center and to schedule a customized tour. We accept admissions 24/7. Mount Royal Villa - 13900 Bennett Rd., North Royalton • Phone 440-237-7966 • www.consulatehealthcare.com

Shinto Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar

A Strongsville Favorite Serves Up Fresh Japanese Cuisine and Great Atmosphere

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hinto isn’t just about the food. It’s all about the experience, says owner Sheng Long Yu. The beauty of the decor, the up-tempo music and the warmth and welcoming friendliness of the staff and the other customers add to the tantalizing taste on your tongue, appealing to your every sense. “You feel the energy when you walk in,” Sheng Long says. “You can come here to enjoy the entire evening out, starting with a great cocktail, a delicious dinner, then relax out on the patio,” he says. Shinto, which has become a Strongsville favorite since it opened in October 2004, offers a contemporary atmosphere, while featuring the best in sushi and Japanese cuisine-prepared hibachi style, if you like, by entertaining tableside chefs. The spacious, open environment makes Shinto inviting for people of all ages. Among the Shinto specialties is the Little Delicious Roll. Featuring spicy tuna, cream cheese, cucumber and crab with Shinto’s special spicy sause, it has been named best sushi roll by Cleveland

Magazine, says Sheng Long. Featured entrees include center-cut Chateaubriand - served with homemade garlic butter - and juicy scallops. “We use only the freshest ingredients,” Sheng Long insists. “Our kitchen manager hand-picks all of his ingredients several times a week directly from the source.” Also, while you are at Shinto, be sure to enjoy a special 10Cane Mojito or a Sake Bomb. “A restaurant itself is tables and chairs,” Sheng Long says. “The people and the atmosphere, like you find at Shinto, are what makes it special.” Sheng Long Yu, Owner

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Heather Srodek HOWARD HANNA

eather Srodek believes that a combination of integrity, knowledge and follow through are the keys to building a successful relationship. “Creating a bond of trust provides my clients the ability to be candid with me about their goals and dreams. This is very likely the single largest financial transaction a person will ever be involved in, so it’s important for them to know that they have a true advocate. Creating an open line of communication from the initial meeting through the offer process and beyond helps put sellers and buyers at ease. Advising my clients what all of their options are gives them the ability Your to make educated decisions,” says Photo from Heather. cover photo Heather was the recipient of the shoot goes National Sales Excellence Award in 2012, which is awarded to the Top 5% of Realtors nationwide for their dedication to the industry. For a professional and confidential consultation, contact Heather today. Heather Srodek - Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, the #1 Broker in Ohio 216-544-7171 • Email: HeatherSrodek@HowardHanna.com www.HeatherSrodek.HowardHanna.com

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Dr. McCluskey Celebrates 22 Years t’s hard to believe that it’s been 22 years since my staff and I started Timber Ridge Neck and Back Pain Clinic. My, how time flies! We have run our clinic based on one very key principle that we’ve never strayed from.

Simply put... TAKE CARE OF OUR PATIENTS because these are the people who will take care of us. And, oh, how you’ve taken care of us! I truly believe that’s why we have survived while so many other clinics have closed throughout the years. We consider you a part of our Timber Ridge Family. Therefore, in this 22nd year anniversary season... we want to give THANKS to our patients who have always been there for us. So as a token of our appreciation we want to give Your you a ‘special’ gift just for coming by. Photo from When you come into the clinic during cover photo these anniversary days in 2014, pick up your... Free Gift! It’s our way to say shoot goes “thank you” for your support over all here these years. Much Love & Gratitude, Dr. Patrick McCluskey, Chiropractic Physician

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P.S. Ooops... I almost forgot. If you have never seen me and would like to become a new patient, simply give us a call at 440-884-0083 and we will give you your first day free. This is normally a $200+ value, but if you present a copy of this article before treatment, it’s yours free. *Medicare and federal insurance eligible for free consultation only. Excludes additional treatment.

RESTAURANT • LOUNGE PATIO with Outdoor Heated Seating PRIVATE PARTY ROOM

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ocated in the heart of Strongsville, Trivs Restaurant offers classic American Cuisine with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Trivs is the perfect spot to dine, whether savoring a romantic dinner for two, socializing in the lounge, or hosting a private event. The menu is filled with generously portioned dishes that are simultaneously imaginative and classic. The lunch and dinner menus change seasonally to feature the area’s freshest local ingredients including steak dishes, seafood, and extensive vegetarian and pasta selections. The Chef aims to please and is happy to accommodate special requests or needs to ensure that every guest receives the best possible dish. The casual elegance of the dining room is coupled with friendly service from the helpful staff as well as the hands-on owner. Mike Trivisonno can be found every evening visiting with guests and running the dining room, making everyone who walks through the door feel like family. Host your special events, business meetings, or holiday parties in Trivs elegant dining room. Trivs also has a large patio for dining that is open year round, completely enclosed and heated in the

colder months and includes televisions and music. Trivs lounge area is also quite a draw. Trivs offers a great happy hour menu including five dollar martinis, glasses of wine and appetizers, making it a perfect after work stop to meet with friends or to make new ones! Wednesday through Saturday Trivs hosts an eclectic mix of musicians adding to their contemporary bar’s ambiance. Stop in and see for yourself why guests return again and again to Trivs.

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Paul Psota, CEO ALTENHEIM AND SHURMER PLACE RETIREMENT COMMUNITY

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aul Psota, CEO of Altenheim and Shurmer Place at Altenheim has been named Man of the Year (2014) by the Federation of German American Societies of Greater Cleveland. Wolfgang Keich, an Alteneheim Board of Directors and Federation member, nominated Paul, stating, “Paul devoted a tremendous amount of time and talent to Altenheim when it was in need of leadership.” Paul joined the Altenheim’s volunteer Board of Directors in 1995 and served on the Board for almost 14 years, over six years as its President. In 2009, Paul became its full-time Chief Executive Officer. He continues to be dedicated to Altenheim’s residents and families, and to its mission of not-for-profit Your service. Under his leadership, and with Photo from a very dedicated and talented staff, the cover photo Altenheim has earned a 5 Star Rating by shoot goes the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services for the first time in its history. here This is the highest rating awarded by the government to skilled nursing Paul Psota, CEO facilities and is difficult to achieve. Please call Roseann Meade, Admissions Director, at 440-238-3361, ext. 144 or visit the campus at 18627 Shurmer Road for more information.

Brandon Ptak, Business Development Coordinator CENTURY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION-STRONGSVILLE

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entury Federal Credit Union (CFCU) is one of the largest credit unions in NE Ohio. CFCU was federally chartered as a not-for-profit full service financial institution in 1948 and has grown to over 28,000 members and assets of over $345 million. There are seven branch locations including the Strongsville Branch which opened in September of 2012. CFCU is proud to be a part of the Strongsville community. Brandon Ptak is active in Strongsville and brings seven years of experience in the financial industry. He maintains strong relationships with both CFCU members and local businesses in Strongsville to help them achieve and exceed their financial goals. “My job goes way beyond overseeing business development, branch activity and member loans,” says Brandon Ptak. “I want to help our Select Employee Groups (SEGs) strengthen their employee benefits while also helping members manage their finances. At CFCU, we help take financial wellness to the next level!” Visit the Century Federal Credit Union - Strongsville Branch at 14244 Pearl Road in Strongsville. For more information, please call the branch at 216-535-3260 or visit www.CenFedCU.org.

Budget Blinds® of Strongsville and Olmsted THE WHOLE STORY

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udget Blinds is a catchy name, but… “There is a misconception that the word ‘budget’ means cheap,” says Jana Florek, who owns Budget Blinds along with her husband Mark. “In reality, it means we have products that will fit within many budgets.” The Floreks have owned Budget Blinds for ten years. “We are now a brand name,” says Jana. “Our referral business is tremendous.” Budget Blinds and Jana’s decorating touch is also seen in the homes of many public figures – from city mayors to some of the city’s finest athletes. “We also handle consultations and installations for businesses,” adds Jana. In addition to blinds, Budget Blinds carries custom draperies, shutters and new styles of Your shades and blinds in colors and Photo from textures galore. cover photo If you’re looking for a unique, yet practical look for your home shoot goes - call Budget Blinds and take here advantage of Jana’s free and professional consultation. You Mark & Jana Florek, Owners will be glad you did. Visit Budget Blinds Strongsville showroom at 14761 Pearl Rd. or call 440-572-2480 to request a free, no-obligation consultation. www.budgetblinds.com/strongsville

TRI-C LEADERS SUPPORT STRONGSVILLE’S GROWTH WITH EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES

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r. Ron Liss began overseeing Cuyahoga Community College’s Western Campus in July 2013. He moved from Santa Fe, N.M., where he was vice president for academic affairs at Santa Fe Community College. Prior to SFCC, he held numerous administrative positions at Montgomery College in Maryland and spent 15 years at the Community College of Baltimore County in faculty leadership roles. He began his career in education teaching high school students. Terri Hradek, director of Brunswick University Center, has worked in higher education for more than 15 years. Prior to Tri-C, she was the assistant director at Cleveland State University’s West Center. She also owned and operated a franchise business in Northeast Ohio before entering the education field. Both Hradek and Liss are working with Strongsville leaders, business owners and community organizations to match higher educational resources with community Dr. Ron Liss, President of Western Campus and Terri Hradek, Director of Brunswick University Center and business needs. For information on Cuyahoga Community College, call 800-954-8742 or visit www.tri-c.edu w w w. S t r o n g s v i l l e . o r g

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First Federal Lakewood WE’VE BEEN HERE. WE’LL BE HERE.

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irst Federal Lakewood is the largest independent mutual bank headquartered in Ohio, with assets of $1.45 billion, 18 full-service branch locations and 11 loan offices. By deploying deposits locally for residential mortgage loans and commercial loans for neighborhood businesses, First Federal Lakewood helps customers foster economic growth in their own community. “In addition to a full suite of consumer and business banking products and services, we deliver banking expertise within a personalized, relationship-driven, community bank experience,” says Strongsville Branch Manager Amber Tanzillo. Scott Merdes, Mortgage Loan Specialist, shares “As one of the top mortgage lenders in Ohio, First Federal Lakewood delivers a superior experience with all the benefits of having a convenient Your process handled locally from start to close.” Photo from Since 1935, First Federal cover photo Lakewood has been committed shoot goes to helping both families and here businesses make smart and strategic financial decisions that position them for success - now Scott Merdes, Mortgage Loan Specialist and in the future. and Amber Tanzillo, Branch Manager

Greg and Nancy Filo GREGORY FILO JEWELRY DESIGN

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regory Filo Jewelry Design, located at 15308 Pearl Road (where Shurmer meets Pearl Road) has been serving Strongsville for over 20 years. With a large selection of bridal jewelry by Gabriel NY and diamonds, they are able to offer their customers a variety of choices to fit any budget. Other featured jewelry includes Citizen and Fossil watches; Orbis interchangeable jewelry in sterling silver and 18K gold; French designer Frederic Duclos sterling silver pendants, bracelets and earrings; and precious gemstone jewelry. Gregory, a master goldsmith, diamond setter and designer of fine jewelry for over 40 years, works directly with each customer to create exceptional jewelry that is exclusive to them. While they remain a small family-owned and operated jewelry store, Gregory and his wife, Nancy, can provide you with the latest trends in the fashion industry. They pride themselves on excellent customer service and customer satisfaction. Owners Nancy & Greg Filo

14047 Pearl Road • 440-572-6080 • FFL.net

Find Gregory Filo Jewelry Design at 15308 Pearl Rd. Call 440-878-9744 or go to www.FiloJewelry.com for store hours

Mary Mizen-Bruce, VP, Sales Manager HOWARD HANNA REAL ESTATE SERVICES “ASK ME ABOUT A CAREER IN REAL ESTATE”

John J. Urban A PERSONAL APPROACH TO CLIENT NEEDS

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t Howard Hanna, our Mission Statement is: “We are a family-owned, full-service real estate company providing the finest in real estate, mortgage, title and insurance services. We strive every day, in every transaction, to reflect our pride in our company, ourselves and each other, and in the people and communities that we serve. Through our knowledge, integrity and innovation, we are able to participate in our customers’ realization of the Your American Dream.” Photo from Have you ever considered a career in cover photo real estate? Howard Hanna’s awardshoot goes winning marketing programs give you the best advantage in the industry! Call here Mary Mizen-Bruce at 440-823-8035 for a confidential interview. For all of your real estate needs, Howard Hanna provides one stop shopping for your convenience! Contact the #1 Real Estate Company in Strongsville… Howard Hanna! Howard Hanna’s Strongsville office is located at 12333 Pearl Road. 440-823-8035 • www.howardhanna.com

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ohn’s approach with his clients is to listen and recommend what is best for them. A plan is developed, taking into consideration the clients concerns and needs, making sure that clients receive the necessary legal documents.

“Many times clients will come in and tell me they need a Trust because their friend has a Trust. If they don’t need a Trust, I’ll let them know the reasons why.” Clients realize rather quickly that John and his staff care about them. With over 37 years in the legal profession, services are provided in the areas of probate, trust administration, estate planning including the preparation of wills, trusts, powers of attorney and healthcare Your directives, real estate transations, and more. Photo from John’s office is located at 11221 Pearl Road in Strongsville. Call for an appointment. He has special AARP rates, house calls are available as well as select days for evening appointments.

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John J. Urban, Attorney at Law

For more information or to schedule an appointment, go to www.jjurbanlaw.com or call 440-846-0000, ext. 227


Midpoint Campus Center EQUALS HIGH QUALITY HIGHER EDUCATION

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igh quality education is available in Brunswick from The University of Akron and Lorain County Community College at Midpoint Campus Center. Full degrees are available in the areas of Computer Applications Integrated Specialist major, Computer and Digital Forensics, Accounting, Business Administration-Management and Finance at the associate degree level from LCCC and from Akron a Bachelor of Organizational Supervision and Master of Sports: Coaching are offered, just to name a few. Credit classes from both institutions at Midpoint are transferable to other Ohio colleges. Credit courses include composition, sociology, psychology, mathematics, music, history and more. Instruction is offered via live Your and online options providing greater Photo from flexibility for students. Midpoint offers complete enrollment and assessment cover photo services as well as Post Secondary shoot goes Enrollment Options courses for high here school students, continuing education courses, business and support services and an open computer lab. Lena Knight, Coordinator

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ounded in 1994, RFC Contracting, Inc. began as a general contractor that successfully constructed a wide range of projects. Unlike larger corporations that have little involvement with projects, RFC actively participates in every aspect of the project with a strong desire to meet the challenges head-on and succeed. The company has grown to also provide development, design-build and construction management services. Based in Strongsville, RFC’s resume is comprised of a variety of facilities including commercial, light industrial and institutional buildings in both the public and private sectors, having successfully completed projects for eight local school districts and several institutions of higher education. “We combine our extensive experience, superior skills and Your strict standards to provide the highest Photo from quality services in the industry,” says Roger Riachi, president of RFC. cover photo RFC Contracting prides itself on delivering shoot goes a high quality product while maintaining here budgetary and time constrains and is dedicated to quality and excellence in Roger Riachi, President the construction industry.

For more information call 330-225-0042 or visit www.midpointcampus.com

RFC Contracting, Inc. is located at 13477 Prospect Road, Suite 105, in Strongsville • 440-572-9444 • www.rfccontracting.com

PSE Credit Union cuyahoga & medina county’s family bank

Urgent help. Right Here in Strongsville. SOUTHWEST GENERAL URGICARE STRONGSVILLE CENTER, 18181 PEARL RD.

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hat started more than 50 years ago as a credit union for the Parma school teachers is now a thriving not-for-profit bank that offers Cuyahoga and Medina County residents financial services and more.

PSE Credit Union, conveniently located at 12700 Prospect Road in Strongsville, offers all the same services as a bank “but with lower loan rates, higher savings interest rates and lower fees,” says Branch Manager Marguerite Nagy. This family-oriented institution now includes over 23,000 members throughout Cuyahoga and Medina Counties and makes educating Your kids about finances a core part of its mission. Photo from “As part of our commitment to kids, we take our mascot Pennie the PSE Puppy into schools and teach kids as young as kindergartners to save money through our Pennie Club,” says Nagy.

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Once you try PSE Credit Union, you’ll never go back to a bank. 12700 Prospect Rd. . 440-572-3830 . www.psecreditunion.org

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Great legal advice in your own backyard five of our attorneys are proud to call Strongsville “home.” • • • • •

Nick R. Catanzarite Robert S. Horbaly Darrell A. Clay Christina Henagen Peer Heather R. Baldwin Vlasuk

The Tower at Erieview 1301 East 9th St., Suite 3500 Cleveland, Ohio 44114-1821 216.781.1212 tel 216.575.0911 fax www.walterhav.com

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Blood Pressure Basics High blood pressure is easy to detect if you take the

right steps — and easy to miss if you don’t. There are often no symptoms, so you might not be aware you’re at risk for heart disease, stroke or other health problems. The results of a blood pressure test include your systolic pressure (top number) and diastolic pressure (bottom number). If your blood pressure is below 120 over 80, you’re within the normal range for an average adult. To keep your blood pressure in a healthy range, follow these tips: 4 Eat healthier. You can reduce your risk for complications from high blood pressure by eating more fresh fruits and vegetables. Also avoid foods with salt, cholesterol and saturated fat.

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4 Exercise more. Being overweight can raise your blood pressure. Make time for regular exercise, whether you need to lose a few pounds or just want to maintain a healthy weight. 4 Quit smoking. Smoking injures blood vessels and speeds up hardening of the arteries, which contributes to high blood pressure. It’s also a major risk for heart disease and stroke. Quitting will reduce your risk. 4 Drink less alcohol. Drinking too much alcohol is associated with high blood pressure. If you drink alcohol on occasion, do so in moderation. 4 Monitor your blood pressure. Even if you’re not due for a checkup, you can use one of the machines available at your local pharmacy. It’s easy and only takes a couple of minutes. Controlling your blood pressure is easier when you live healthy. And Medical Mutual has plenty of programs to get you started. Members are eligible for Weight Watchers® reimbursement, fitness club membership discounts and personalized programs to quit smoking. Visit MedMutual.com and explore the Healthy Living section for more information. See Medical Mutual ad on back cover.

The Cost of Companionship Pets are wonderful companions that bring joy to our lives. Pets can also be a big expense. In addition to the purchase price, there’s veterinary care, entertainment, food, and grooming. According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), the long-term costs of owning a pet can run $1000 or more annually. Here are 5 tips for saving on pet care costs. 1. Don’t buy your pet - adopt an animal from a pet shelter 2. Save on pet food - buy high-quality pet food in bulk at a discount. High-quality pet food can also reduce the cost of pet healthcare in the long run. 3. Invest in preventive care - Take your pet to a veterinarian for routine checkups once or twice a year. Have your pet neutered/ spayed and make sure vaccinations are up-to-date to protect him/ her from parasites and diseases. Make sure your pet gets plenty of exercise for health and happiness. 4. Don’t splurge on pet toys - There’s no need for the latest gadgets. 5. Groom your pet - Professional grooming removes dead hair, keeps your pet’s skin and coat healthy, and prevents medical problems. —Submitted by Dr. Jeff Peacock, Crossroads Animal Hospital w w w. S t r o n g s v i l l e . o r g

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& Wellness HealthSpan currently serves thousands of Northeast Ohioans and operates 15 medical offices that offer members an array of services under one roof. Our expert and caring medical teams are empowered and supported by industry-leading technology advances and tools for health promotion, disease prevention, state-of-the-art care delivery, and world-class chronic disease management. HealthSpan is dedicated to care innovations, clinical research, health education and the support of community health. HealthSpan offers a wide variety of health plans for small, medium, and large businesses, as well as for seniors, individuals, and families. The HealthSpan Strongsville medical offices are located at 17406 Royalton Road. For more information, visit HealthSpan online at healthspan.org.

Focusing on your Total Health: Mind, Body and Spirit HealthSpan, care and coverage formerly by Kaiser

Permanente is committed to helping shape the future of health care. Our mission is to provide high-quality, affordable health care services and to improve the health of our members and the communities we serve.

When is the best time to discuss hospice care? Today. Discussing end-of-life decisions may be difficult, but it is important to share your wishes with family members in a less stressful environment. With Hospice Services of Southwest General, our sole mission is to make sure you live each day to the fullest. We provide you and your family with comprehensive, holistic care in the comfort of your own home, in nursing home or assisted living facilities, or at The Thomas P. Perciak Family Residential Hospice in Strongsville. Southwest General also provides extensive bereavement counseling for your family. For more information, call 440-816-5040. Or, visit www.swgeneral.com/hospice.

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Generation XXL. we believe you’re never too young to learn the importance of balance. that bodies yearn for both cupcakes and kickball. at HealthSpan, we’re committed to helping find that balance through exercise and nutritional programs. learn more at HealthSpan.org.


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Award-Winning Care – Right Here in Strongsville For convenient access to exceptional health care,

choose Southwest General’s Strongsville Medical Center and Urgicare. Here you’ll find compassionate, personalized care for family members of all ages and advanced technology for prompt, efficient, diagnosis and treatment.

Physicians You Know and Trust Board-certified physicians practicing at the Strongsville Medical Center specialize in cardiology, family medicine, gastroenterology, integrative medicine, internal medicine, interventional radiology, nephrology, OB/GYN, pediatrics, podiatry and rheumatology.

Looking Deep Inside Patients can access state-of-the-art imaging services at the Strongsville Medical Center, including digital mammography and High-Field Open MRI services among others. High-Field Open MRI generates digital images of the highest quality and is ideal for patients who have trouble with closed MRI due to claustrophobia or obesity.

Close By For Your Convenience We offer a variety of services with convenient appointment times, and some that require no appointment at all.

Let’s Finish the Fight! Relay For Life is an incredible and inspiring opportunity to unite as a community to honor cancer survivors, raise awareness about what we can do to reduce our cancer risk, and raise money to help the American Cancer Society fight the disease. Learn more about the Relay For Life of Strongsville, and how you can get involved in Relay in our community. This year’s event will be held on Sat., May 17, 2014 at Pat Catan Stadium at noon. For more information visit www.relayforlife.org 34

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Services include: q Acupuncture q Cardiac rehabilitation q Cardiovascular services q Coumadin Clinic q Imaging q Bone Density testing

[DEXA] q CT Scan q Digital Mammography

q Fluoroscopy q High-Field Open MRI q PET Scan q Ultrasound q X-ray (non-invasive) q Laboratory and specimen

collection q Massage Therapy q Physical Therapy

Urgent Care When You Need It For minor illnesses and injuries, the Southwest General Strongsville Urgicare Center, located at the Medical Center, provides prompt, urgent care services for you and your loved ones. Staffed by experienced physicians, nurses and technicians, hours are 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., daily. Services include: • Urgent care services for family members of all ages • Occupational Health Services • FREE blood pressure checks For more information on the Strongsville Medical Center, or for referral to a physician practicing at the Medical Center, call Health Connection at 440-816-5050. The Strongsville Medical Center and Urgicare is located at 18181 Pearl Road or visit their website at www.swgeneral.com


Wait at home, not in the Urgent Care.

Fill out the online visit form for our Strongsville Urgicare. Wait from the comfort of home. Arrive at your projected treatment time.

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A Long, Healthy Life in Strongsville is the main entrance to many daytime and evening programs developed especially for adults ages 50 and older to help maintain a healthy lifestyle. A Birthday Bash celebration at the Ehrnfelt Senior Center. The City’s website also has a wealth of information pertaining to the senior population. Questions regarding Medicare, billing matters, senior housing, snow removal, benefits check-ups, and other services provided for Seniors can be addressed by calling Sheena Wright, Gerontologist and Family Preservation Coordinator at 440-580-3276. The Senior Center is open Monday - Thursday 8am to 9pm and Friday from 8am to 5pm. Lunch is served Monday - Friday at 11:45am. Please call 440-580-3275 for the required reservations or for more information.

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The Ehrnfelt Senior Center

Ehrnfelt Senior Center 18100 Royalton Road Strongsville, OH 44136 (Behind Target)  440-580-3275 www.strongsville.org


UNDER CONSTRUCTION: Ground breaking for 25 new independent and assisted living apartments ready for occupancy in the Summer of 2014 at Shurmer Place at Altenheim.

Focus: Well-Being of Individuals, Families and the Community Greetings from Altenheim and Shurmer Place at

Altenheim! We’re pleased to report that Shurmer Place is constructing 25 new independent and assisted living apartments. They will be ready for occupancy in Summer 2014. Seniors can choose from one bedroom, efficiency and two bedroom suites. Stop by to see the plans and place your reservations! Shurmer Place is a deficiency-free, not-for-profit senior living community that allows you all the conveniences of home with the benefits of a luxurious, maintenance free lifestyle! Numerous activities, personal assistance and health services are also available. Altenheim’s Home Health Care program has started. Altenheim continues to meet the needs and desires of an evergrowing local senior population. Altenheim Home Health Care provides therapies, nursing services and personal aide services in the comfort of seniors’ own homes. Call us at 440238-3361 to find out more! Altenheim Skilled Nursing and Rehab Center is a deficiency-free, not-for-profit facility that has earned a 5 Star Overall Quality Rating by the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services. This is the highest rating obtainable by a skilled nursing facility, and the only such facility in Strongsville. Thank you to the Strongsville community for allowing us to serve you since 1980. — Paul Psota, CEO, Altenheim and Shurmer Place at Altenheim

A family decision you can feel good about.

W hen your loved one requires assistance with their personal care and medications, yet wants an independent lifestyle, they’ll enjoy the caring atmosphere at SouthWest Commons. Call today for a personal visit.

Strongsville’s Unique Assisted Living

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Real Estate Professionals are frequently asked, “How is the real estate market?” The answer in Strongsville is… “The real estate market is great!” Strongsville real estate has seen some significant improvements this past year in the average sale price of properties sold through the Multiple Listing Service. Strongsville sale prices on average increased more than surrounding communities in Cuyahoga County. The months of May and July of 2013 were especially strong. The upswing in our market hit earlier this year with strong sales activity beginning in late February. This has resulted in the return of multiple offers! See the corresponding chart below on this page that shows the past three years of listing and sales activity and you will notice a dramatic decrease in the number of homes being offered for sale. This coupled with the historically low interest rates that we have enjoyed are just some of the reasons why Strongsville’s sale prices jumped from $184,143 in 2012 to an average of $200,344, an increase of 8.7%!* Surrounding communities in Cuyahoga County averaged only a 4.4% increase in average sale price.

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One of Strongsville’s beautiful new homes, built by Parkview Homes

The affordability of homes ties into the current interest rates. Let’s take a look at affordability using an example of rates jumping just two percent. If we use our current average sale

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Career in Real Estate? Contact

Mary Mizen-Bruce at 440-823-8035

Mary Mizen-Bruce VP, Sales Manager 440.823.8035

Lynn Anderson-Ryan 440.878.6138

Valentina Avkshtol 440.289.6326

Melanie Bowen 440.667.6589

John Caristo 216.319.5864

Denise A. Dargay 440.539.1541

Retha Drabik 440.465.8514

Mary Kay Dykes 440.503.1444

Nancy Ferjutz 440.724.4941

Mary Grace Gabriel 440.238.7320

Gary J. Garapic 440.567.3800

Jim Cooney 440.227.1539

Jeanne Georgeadis 216.509.6819

Ann & Bob Gephart 440.840.8019

Angelika Geyer 440.829.5727

Irene I. Iammarino 440.821.4412

Marla James-May 440.570.1954

Kim Kramer 216.570.7060

Tatjana Krilova 216.225.1509

Cathy Macuga 216.559.0990

Patricia Lehrer 440.781.8818

Sandra Lopatka 440.567.2499

Sue Mayher 440.878.6111

Pamela O’Neal 440.336.4684

Bindu Patel 440.263.9258

Gail Prock 440.479.6516

Sue Lynn Rains 440.570.8139

Katy Sopko 440.878.6281

Terri Sopko 440.878.6258

Linda Sprague 440.878.6105

Heather Srodek 216.544.7171

Larry Stenger 440.669.2211

Pat Tomazin 440.223.4048

Art Volpe 216.789.9023

Lauren Wood 440.263.6804

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price and interest rates for a buyer in the market who currently qualifies for a home purchase of $200,000, what does that same buyer qualify for if the rates jumped by just 2%? It would drop the amount that they would qualify for down to $159,700! Rates do have a significant effect on housing affordability and buyers looking to make a move or purchase their first home in Strongsville have the perfect opportunity to do so at this time. If you are considering selling your home and/or buying a home, a Real Estate Professional can help you navigate through the process of preparing your home, keep you upto-date on the most recent market trends and help you negotiate offers. They will also successfully assist in completion of your sale by providing an objective voice as you negotiate the maze of Mary Mizen-Bruce purchase agreements, disclosures, inspections, financing, appraisals, settlement statements, title work, insurance, surveys and the escrow and closing process. — By Mary Mizen-Bruce, VP/Sales Manager, Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, Strongsville Office *Data from the Northern Ohio Regional Multiple Listing Service November, 2013.

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The Many Advantages of Working with a Professional Interior Designer Building or renovating a home can be one of the

most stressful endeavors a consumer takes on. Luckily, you don’t have to do it alone! A trained Interior Designer can help you organize and finalize all the details from the tedious, “Where should my outlets go?” to the daunting, “What paint colors should I select?” Interior Designers can assist you with every aspect of the project from the blueprints to your furniture selections. They can help turn your “vision” into a reality and make sure all of your choices coordinate together, creating a cohesive flow between each room. An Interior Designer will work to make a room functional for your needs. Working with a qualified designer is cost-effective; saving time and money by making the correct selections the first time! It provides you with peace of mind by removing the dread of making numerous decisions on your own. Also selling a home can be a very difficult and tense experience. With the help of an Interior Designer, this process

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A beautiful, newly-built home, furnished and decorated by Eileen and the staff at New Creation Interiors.

can be less painful and more successful. A designer can help to make a home appear more spacious, inviting, and less cluttered by removing, reusing and re-purposing items within it. They will use imagination and professional experience to add excitement to a tired space. Updating the look of a home by suggesting fresh paint colors is just one of the many services offered. The value of working with an Interior Designer is beneficial in selling a home quickly and for an exceptional value. — James and Eileen Smalley, Owners, New Creation Interiors


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Community Information Safety IN AN EMERGENCY, DIAL 9-1-1

The City of Strongsville City Hall and Service Center 16099 Foltz Pkwy. Strongsville, OH 44149-5598 440-580-3100 www.strongsville.org

City Council All meetings begin at 8:00 p.m. and are held on the first and third Mondays of the month in the Mike Kalinich Sr. Council Chamber, located in the Strongsville Police Headquarters facility, 18688 Royalton Road. Council meetings are televised live on the local government channel, cable channel 21. Council Office 16099 Foltz Pkwy. Strongsville, OH 44149 440-580-3110 Fax 440-572-1648 Office hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday

Clerk of Council Leslie J. Seefried, MMC leslie.seefried@strongsville.org Assistant Clerk of Council Aimee Pientka aimee.pientka@strongsville.org Council President & Ward 1 Michael J. Daymut 440-238-8255 mdaymut@aol.com Ward 2 Matt Schonhut 440-554-9840 matt.schonhut@strongsville.org Ward 3 Jim Carbone 440-268-8089 jim.carbone@strongsville.org Ward 4 J. Scott Maloney 440-476-3104 scott.maloney@strongsville.org Councilman-At-Large Joseph C. DeMio 440-846-4563

Councilman-At-Large, President Pro Tem Ken Dooner 216-316-5351 kdooner@kmdsales.com

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Councilman-At-Large Duke Southworth 440-878-9293 duke.southworth@strongsville.org

Finance Department 440-580-3125

Engineering Department 440-580-3120

City Departments

Fire Department, Non-emergency 440-580-3210

Main Administration 440-580-3100

Law Department 440-580-3145

Web Site www.strongsville.org

Mayor’s Office 440-580-3150

Animal Warden 440-580-3180

Police, Non-emergency 440-580-3230

Building Department 440-580-3105

Recreation Walter F. Ernfelt Community Recreation & Senior Complex 440-580-3260

Communications Center 440-580-3190 Economic Development 440-580-3118

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Other Important Numbers Cuyahoga County Public Library-Strongsville Branch 440-238-5530 Food Bank 440-846-0197 Historical Society 440-572-0057 License Bureau 440-572-1505 Meals on Wheels 440-238-3361 Post Office 440-572-1637 Salvation Army Help Line 440-572-2136 Strongsville Cemetery 440-580-3186

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Strongsville Chamber of Commerce 440-238-3366

Strongsville City Schools Strongsville City Schools Administrative Offices 440-572-7000 School Transportation 440-572-7060 Strongsville High School 440-572-7100 Albion Middle School 440-572-7070 Center Middle School 440-572-7090

Walter F. Ehrnfelt Covered Bridge in the Cleveland Metroparks.

Chapman Elementary School 440-572-7140

Kinsner Elementary School 440-572-7120

Surrarrer Elementary School 440-572-7170

Drake Elementary School 440-572-7150

Muraski Elementary School 440-572-7160

Whitney Elementary School 440-572-7180

Service Above Self: The Rotary Club of Strongsville Guests and speakers at the Friday morning meetings of the Rotary Club of Strongsville are always amazed about how much fun a group of people can have at 7 o’clock in the morning. While focusing on service to others, Strongsville Rotarians simply have a great time. But Rotary is about a lot more than weekly breakfast meetings. Rotarians are continually involved in activities and events that make Strongsville a great place to live. While funding many projects, the real fun is in getting involved and doing the work. Since the club was chartered in 1978, it has spearheaded or participated in numerous community projects, including the construction of Safety Town, building the Backyard Preserve Amphitheater and the replacement of “welcome” signs at the city’s entrances. The club is now spearheading a project in cooperation with the city, local businesses and other parties to construct a new building for the Strongsville Emergency Food Bank. The Strongsville Rotary Foundation has earmarked $50,000 toward the project, which is expected to be completed in 2014. In addition to its signature charity fundraisers – the annual Chili Open Golf Classic, Savor the Flavor: A Taste in Strongsville and the Duck Race and KidsFest – the club funds and organizes a variety of events and projects that provide fun and assistance to young and old throughout the year. Those activities include sponsoring youth sports and scholarships, providing assistance to needy families and hosting a free annual holiday luncheon and a summer picnic for seniors. Rotary’s motto, Service Above Self, exemplifies the humanitarian 44

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spirit of the organization’s members. Strongville Rotarians are joined by more than 1.2 million men and women in Rotary Clubs in more than 200 countries around the world. Since it was established in 1905, Rotary has come to symbolize a quality community organization whose members work together to better understand all people and to be of service to humanity. For more information about the Strongsville Rotary, visit www. strongsvillerotary.org and www.facebook.com/groups/strongsvillerotary. — Ken McEntee


Zellers Elementary School 440-572-7190 Early Learning Preschool 440-572-7046

Private Schools & Career Centers Polaris Career Center 440-891-7600

Lorain County Community College 440-365-5222 www.lorainccc.edu

Private Universities Baldwin Wallace University 440-826-2900 www.bw.edu

Sts. Joseph & John Catholic School 440-238-4877

Case Western Reserve University 216-368-2000 www.case.edu

St. Mary’s Catholic School 265 Baker St., Berea 440-243-4555

Hiram College 330-569-3211 www.hiram.edu

Public Universities

John Carroll University 216-397-1886 www.jcu.edu

Cleveland State University 216-687-2000 www.csuohio.edu Kent State University 330-672-3000 www.kent.edu Midpoint Campus Center 330-225-0042 www.midpointcampus.com University of Akron 330-972-7111 www.uakron.edu

Community Colleges Cuyahoga Community College 216-987-5000 www.tri-c.edu Lakeland Community College 440-525-7000 www.lakelandcc.edu

Lake Erie College 440-352-3361 www.lec.edu Notre Dame College 216-381-1680 www.notredamecollege.edu Oberlin College 440-775-8121 www.oberlin.edu Ursuline College 440-449-4200 www.ursuline.edu

Daycares/Pre-Schools Creative Playrooms Montessori School and Child Care Center 16000 Foltz Pkwy. 440-572-9365

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Kids First Learning Center 15163 Howe Rd. 440-878-0088

Wishing Well Pre-School 19419 Royalton Road 440-238-7744

Le Chaperon Rouge 14780 Pearl Rd. 440-238-8383

Camp Bow Wow (Pet Day Care) 14411 Foltz Industrial Pkwy. 440-572-3200

Stages Childcare Center 17290 Pearl Road 440-846-1507 Sweet Kiddles Flexible Child Care Center 16512 Pearl Rd. 440-238-1119 The Goddard School 13590 Falling Waters Rd. 440-238-4600 Tutor Time Child Care/ Learning Center 19880 West 130th St. 440-238-3542

Utilities AT&T - phone, data, cable 440-838-0740 Cable – Time/Warner 877-772-2253 Wide Open West 800-848-2278 Columbia Gas 800-344-4077 Electric Illuminating Co. 800-589-3101

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NOPEC Water – City of Cleveland 888-848-7914 216-664-3130 PUCO 800-686-7826 Republic Waste 440-572-7590

R.I.T.A. – Tax Collection Agency 440-526-0900

The City Club’s Breakfast on the Covered Bridge A five-dollar fine awaits those who drive more than 12 horses across the Walter F. Ehrnfelt covered bridge in the Cleveland Metroparks. So states a whimsical warning at the entrance of the rustic structure, facetiously recalling the days when animals – not cars – rambled over the roads of Strongsville. Because the bridge was built in 1983, it’s unlikely that such a fine has ever been assessed. But each year, on a Sunday morning just before summer gives way to fall, one might catch a feeling of nostalgia mixed into the aroma of scrambled eggs and sizzling sausage during the Strongsville City Club’s popular Breakfast on the Covered Bridge. “We’ve been doing this for 30 years,” says Bob Jirik, who has been the club’s treasurer for even longer. “We thought it would be a beautiful, peaceful setting for the people of Strongsville to get together for an outdoor breakfast overlooking the Rocky River. We’ve had a huge gathering from the beginning.” 46

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The 2013 Breakfast on the Covered Bridge drew more than 1,500 residents who gathered for a meal prepared by City Club members, including Mayor Thomas P. Perciak, and their families. The City Club uses proceeds from the event to fund its favorite community projects, including the Strongsville Special Olympics. Since 1968, the City Club has promoted civic interests and the overall welfare of the town. Along with the annual breakfast, the club, which built Strongsville’s landmark clock tower on the Commons, may be best known for its annual summer Rib Burn Off. “When you’re finished with the Breakfast on the Bridge, you go over to spend the afternoon at Arts in Strongsville’s Day at the Chalet. What a fantastic day to be in our community,” Mayor Perciak says. For more information about the Strongsville City Club, you can visit www.strongsvillecityclub.org.


p You’re never too young to read a good book at the Strongsville Library.

Cuyahoga County Public Library When visiting the Strongsville Branch Library, you have access to one of the nation’s very best public library systems. Come in and browse our large collection of books, magazines, large print titles, audiobooks, CDs, DVDs and Playaways. Try a title from our downloadable selections and reserve a toy from our toy Library. We’re focused on being the center of community life for you and your family while remaining dedicated to creating an environment where reading, lifelong learning and civic engagement thrive. Need career guidance or help with your job search? Our CCPL Career Center can assist. Interested in attending great programs or book discussions? Stop in and pick up a flyer with system-wide offerings. We have specialized services for teens and children. Searching for a good read? Get personalized recommendations at cuyahogalibrary.org. Traveling out of the country? Apply for a passport at your local Branch. Homebound? Sign up for Library2U, a free mail service for qualified county residents. Looking for volunteer opportunities? Become a Friend of the Library. This organization supports library programs and activities through book sales, tax deductible dues and donations. We also have a Student Friends group that assists with library projects. Our experienced staff is waiting to assist you on your next visit to the Strongsville Branch at 18700 Westwood Dr. Please come in or check us out on the web at www.cuyahogalibrary.org.

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// Community

Information

Places of Worship Baptist

Evangelical Church

First Baptist Church of Strongsville 17444 Drake Rd. 440-238-5378

Pathway Church 21211 Drake Rd. 440-878-9890

Catholic St. John Neumann Catholic Church 16271 Pearl Rd. 440-238-1770 St. Joseph Catholic Church 12700 Pearl Rd. 440-238-5555

Lutheran First Evangelical Lutheran Church of Strongsville (E.L.C.A.) 19419 Royalton Rd. 440-238-7890 Our Savior Evangelical Lutheran Church (Wisconsin Synod) 14343 Sprague Rd. 440-234-6595

St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod) 8888 Prospect Rd. 440-234-5806

Nondenominational Christ Church 23080 Royalton Rd. 440238-8282 Faith Community Church 15245 Tracy Lane 440-238-5661 Strongsville Bible Fellowship 13237 Prospect Rd. 440-572-9033

p Strongsville United Church of Christ

Strongsville Welcomes Two New Pastors Pastor Becky Stevenson

Reverend Dave Scavuzzo

Strongsville United Church of Christ

Strongsville United Methodist Church

Originally from Maryland, the Strongsville community has embraced Pastor Becky Stevenson and her husband Jack. Pastor Becky says, “it’s a very lovely place to live!” She is the Chairwoman of the Strongsville Clergy Association and an active member of the Rotary Club of Strongsville.  Since coming to Strongsville Pastor Becky  has established a Fun Day for the youth of Strongsville and Pastor Becky Stevenson an Open House with a live nativity during the Christmas Lighting on the Square.  The church houses musical events and provides food in the community, which includes a donation of food for 50 families at Thanksgiving. They also have a Clothing Pantry which supplies gently used clothing to those in need. These good deeds have lead to the growth of the congregation and Pastor Becky has added an additional Sunday service to fill that need. Visit her at Strongsville United Church of Christ at the corner of Pearl Rd. and Royalton Rd. For worship times and events go to www.strongsvilleucc.com.

Rev. Dave Scavuzzo, the third oldest of ten children, received his theological degree from Ashland Theological Seminary after graduating from Revere High School, the University of Akron and employment at Atari Inc. and Brennan & Howard/MAS Inc. Rev Scavuzzo began his appointments at Norwalk First UM Church and then spent 19 years Rev. Dave Scavuzzo at Northampton United Methodist before serving as a District Superintendent on the Bishop’s cabinet working in a supervisory role. Dave and his wife Angie have been married for 34 years and have three grown children and two grandchildren. The couple is passionate about the Royal Family Kids camp, a ministry that serves foster, abused and neglected kids. In addition to the joy of serving a local church, Dave enjoys outdoor activities and is active in the wrestling community, as a participant in both high school and college and then coaching for almost 20 years. For more information about Strongsville United Methodist Church, visit www.strongsvilleumc.org.

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Unity Unity Church of the Crossroads Meets in: Strongsville Masonic Temple 19132 Temple Dr. 440-238-1706

United Church of Christ Congregational Strongsville United Church of Christ 13740 Pearl Rd. 440-238-6697

United Methodist Strongsville United Methodist Church 13500 Royalton Rd. 440-238-6135

Other Issso Shri Swaminarayan Temple 13354 Pearl Rd. 440-238-2222 The Strongsville Belarusian Autocephalous Orthodox Church P.O. Box 360498 Strongsville, Ohio 44136 440-878-1315


Hometown Pride Homecoming Days, sponsored by the Strongsville Chamber of Commerce, provides fun for the entire community while supporting a wide variety of community projects, which improve the quality of life in Strongsville. Join us July 16-19, 2014 for all of the festivities!

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Greater Cleveland provides free support, education, advocacy, and resources for individuals with mental illness and their family members. Call us, we’re here to help you!

2012 W. 25 St., #600, Cleveland, OH 44113

216-875-7776

www.namigreatercleveland.org

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FRAMINGHAM OV. .......................C-4 LITTO DR. .....................................D-1 PLACID COVE ...............................C-3

TANBARK LN. ................................B-1

APPLEWOOD LN. ...........................B-3

CLIFFSIDE DR. .............................C-2

FULLERS LN. ................................B-3 LOGAN CT. ....................................C-1 PLEASANT RIDGE PL. .................D-2

TAWNY BROOK LN. ......................B-2

ALBION ROAD

ARAGLIN CT. ...................................B-4

CLINTON CIR. ...............................D-4

FUR CREEK TRL. .........................A-1 LONG BOAT CIR. ..........................D-4 PLUMBROOK TRL. .......................A-1

TEMPLE DR. ..................................B-3

ARLINGTON DR. .............................B-3

CLIPPER COVE DR. .....................D-4

GARY DR. .....................................D-1 LORRAINE DR. .............................A-1 PLYMOUTH ROW .........................C-4

THATCHER’S LN. ..........................B-3

ASCOA CT. ......................................A-3

CO-MOOR BLVD. ..........................B-2

GATEPOST RD. ............................A-1 LUCERNE LN. ...............................B-4 POINT OVERLOOK PL. ................C-2

TIMBER CREEK CIR. ....................C-4

ASH DR. ..........................................B-4

COLEBRIGHT DR. ........................C-3

GEORGETOWN CT. .....................C-4

LUNN RD. ..................................A-B-3 POLO CLUB DR. ...........................C-3

TIMBER EDGE DR. .......................D-3

ASHFORD CT. .................................B-4

COLLEEN CT. ................................B-4

GIFFORD CT. ................................C-3 LYMANS LN. ..................................B-3 POMEROY BLVD. .........................C-3

TIMBER LAKE DR. ........................D-1

ASHLEY CIR. ..................................B-1

COLLIER DR. ................................B-2

GLEN CAIRN WAY ........................A-4 LYON LN. .......................................B-4 PORTERS LN. ...............................B-3

TIMBER OAK CT. ..........................A-2

ASHWOOD DR. ...............................A-1

COLONY CT. .................................D-4

GLENBROOK DR. .........................D-2 MAIN ST. ....................................B-C-1 POTOMAC DR. ..........................B-C-3

TIMBERLINE DR. ..........................C-4

ASPEN CIR. ....................................C-4

COMMERCE PKWY. ......................A-3

GLENCREEK LN. ......................C-B-2 MALLARD CIR. ..............................B-3 PRARIE MEADOWS PL. ...............B-1

TOMSON DR. ................................B-2

ATLANTIC RD. ................................A-2

COMMONS OVAL .........................C-1

GLENDALE AVE. ...........................C-3 MAPLE BRANCH TRL. ..................A-1 PRIEM RD. ....................................A-1

TRACY LN. ....................................C-3

AUTUMN OV. ...................................A-4

COMPASSPOINT DR. ...................D-4

GLENMAR WAY ............................B-2 MAPLE BROOK TRL. ....................D-1 PRINCETON CIR. .........................A-4

TRADEWINDS DR. ........................D-4

BADGER DEN LN. ..........................C-4

CONCORD DR. .............................B-3

GLENWOOD LN. ...........................B-3 MAPLE CIR. ..................................D-4 PROGRESS DR. ...........................B-2

TRAIL EDGE CT. ...........................C-2

BALLYMORE ST. .............................B-4

COOK AVE. ....................................B-3

GOLD RUSH DR. ..........................C-4 MAPLE ST. ....................................A-1

BALMORAL ST. ...............................C-1

COOPERS RUN ............................A-2

GOLDEN STAR DR. ......................C-4 MARKS RD. ................................A-1-4 QUALHOLLOW DR. ...................C-3-4

TRAILSIDE PL. ..............................C-2

BARBARA DR. ................................D-1

CORINTH CT. ................................B-2

GRAND PRAIRIE LN. ....................C-1 MARTINS LN. ................................B-4 RABBIT RUN DR. ......................B-C-4

TRAMORE LN. ..............................B-4

BARTON DR. ...................................A-1

CORONET DR. ..............................A-2

GREAT OAKS LN. .........................B-2 MEADOW GRASS RD. ..................A-1 RACOON TRL. ...........................B-C-3

TRAPPER TRL. .............................B-3

BASSWOOD CIR. ...........................D-1

COTTAGE GROVE RD. ................B-4

GREENBRIER DR. ....................C-D-4 MEADOW LN. ................................B-2 RANCHWOOD DR. .......................B-3

TREASURE ISLE CT. ....................D-4

BAYWOOD LN. ...............................D-2

COTTONWOOD TRL. ...................C-4

GREENFIELD PL. .........................A-2

MEADOW NORTH CT. ..................A-1 REGENCY DR. ..............................B-3

TRENTON AVE. .............................D-4

BEAR CREEK LN. ........................C-3-4

COUNCIL BLUFF ..........................C-1

GREENLAWN DR. .........................A-1 MEADOW RD. ...............................A-1 RESTING MEADOWS ...................C-3

TRENTON OV. ...............................D-4

BEARS PAW LN. .............................C-4

COUNTRY MEADOWS LN. ...........A-1

GREENWICH DR. .........................D-1 MEADOW SOUTH CT. ..................A-1 RICHARDS DR. .............................B-2

TRILLIUM TRL. ..............................B-2

BEAVER CIR. ..................................C-3

COUNTRY WAY .............................A-2

GREENWOOD DR. .......................A-4 MEADOW TRAIL. ..........................A-2 RIDGE CREEK RD. .......................C-2

TROTWOOD DR. ...........................B-3

BEECH CIR. ....................................C-4

COUNTRYSIDE DR. .....................A-2

GREYSTONE POINTE ..................A-2 MEADOWS EDGE LN. ..................A-2 RIDGE POINT CIR. .......................C-2

TURKEY MEADOW LN. .............C-3-4

BEECH CREEK TRL. ......................A-1

COURTLAND DR. .........................A-1

GROSSE POINT OV. .................C-D-1 MELISSA LN. .................................A-1 RIDGECLIFF CIR. ......................B-C-2

TWELVE OAKS CIR. .....................C-1

BEECHWOOD LN. .......................A-B-4

COURTLAND WAY .......................A-2

GROUSE RUN ..............................C-3 MILLHOLLOW LN. .....................D-C-3 RIDGELINE CT. .............................C-4

VALLEY CREEK DR. .....................C-2

BELLHAVEN PL. .............................A-4

CRABAPPLE CT. ..........................D-2

GROVESIDE DR. ..........................C-1 MILLER CT. ...................................C-4 RINGNECK CIR. ............................C-4

VALLEY PKWY. ..............B-1,C-2,D-2,3

BENBOW RD. .................................D-4

CRAIG DR. ....................................B-2

HAMILTON CT. ..............................B-3 MISTY LAKE DR. ..........................C-4 RIVER MOSS RD. .........................C-2

VERSAILLES DR. ..........................D-1

BENNINGTON DR. .........................D-4

CREEKBEND CT. ..........................A-1

HAMPTON CHASE ....................C-3-4 MOHAWK DR. ...............................C-1 RIVER RIDGE RD. ........................C-2

VERSAILLES DR. ..........................D-1

BENT TREE CT. ..............................D-4

CREEKMOSS LN. .........................A-1

HAMPTON PL. ..............................C-4 MONTECLARE BLVD. ...................A-1 ROBINDALE DR. ...........................C-3

VILLAGE GREEN DR. ...................B-1

BENT TREE DR. .............................D-4

CREEKSIDE DR. ...........................A-1

HANDLE RD ..................................C-2 MONTEREY PINE DR. ..................C-4 ROCKCREEK CIR. ........................A-1

VINCENNES PL. ........................B-C-4

BENTLEY LN. ................................D-2

CREEKSTONE CIR. ......................A-1

HARBOUR VIEW OV. ...................D-4

MORAR CIR. .................................B-4 ROE LN. ........................................B-2

W-130TH ST. ..............................D-1-4

BENWOOD CT. ...............................B-3

CREEKWOOD LN. ........................C-3

HARPER RD. .................................A-2 MORGAN CT. ................................A-3 ROSEWOOD LN. ..........................D-1

WAKEFIELD CIR. ..........................A-4

BERKSHIRE CIR. ............................B-4

CRICKET LN. .................................A-1

HARTFORD DR. ...........................D-4

MORNING STAR DR. ....................C-4 ROSEWOOD LN. ..........................D-1

WALKING STICK WAY ..................D-4

BERNICE DR. ..................................A-1

CROSS CREEK OV. ......................D-4

HARTFORD DR. ...........................D-4

MORRIS DR. .................................A-3 ROYALOAK DR. ............................C-1

WALNUT CREEK DR. ....................B-3

BIG CREEK PKWY. .....................B-C-1

N. CROSS TRL. ............................D-4

HARTFORD TRL. ..........................D-4 MOSS POINT RD. .........................C-2 ROYALTON RD. (RT. 82) ....A-B-3,C-D-2

WALNUT DR. .................................B-4

BIRCHWOOD LN. ............................B-3

S. CROSS TRL. .............................D-4

HARVEST OV. ...............................A-2 MOSS RIDGE CIR. ........................C-2 ROYALVIEW DR. ...........................D-3

WALNUT DR. .................................B-4

BISHOP LN. .....................................B-3

CROWN POINT PKWY. ................D-4

HASTINGS CT. ..............................D-4 MULBERRY CIR. ...........................A-2 RUDY RD. .....................................A-2

WATERCRESS RD. .......................A-1

BITTERSWEET CT. .........................C-1

CRYSTAL CREEK DR. ..................B-3

HAWKS LOOKOUT LN. .............B-C-4 NANCY DR. ...................................D-1 RUSTIC HOLLOW .....................B-C-4

WATERFORD PKWY. ....................B-4

BLACKBERRY CIR. ........................D-1

CUMBERWORTH DR. ...................D-1

HAWTHORNE LN. .........................B-2 NANTUCKET ROW .......................C-4 RUTH DR. .....................................D-2

WEBSTER RD. ...........................D-1-2

BLAZEY TRL. ..................................D-2

CURRIER DR. ...............................C-4

HAZELWOOD DR. .........................B-1 NEEDLEWOOD CIR. .....................A-1 SADDLEHORN CIR. .....................A-2

WEDGEWOOD LN. .......................A-3

BLAZING STAR DR. ........................C-4

CYPRESS AVE. .............................C-3

HAZEN DR. ...................................B-4

NIAGARA DR. ............................B-C-3 SALEM ROW NORTH ...................C-4

WELLINGTON CT. .........................C-4

BLODGETT CREEK TRL. ...............B-2

DARICE PKWY. .............................A-2

HEARTHSTONE DR. ....................D-4

NICOLE CIR. .................................D-1 SALEM ROW SOUTH ...................C-4

WESLEY DR. .................................D-1

BLUE POINT DR. ............................C-4

DAWN CT. ......................................B-3

HEATHER LN. ...............................B-2 NOBHILL .......................................C-4

SAND CREEK CIR. .......................A-1

WEST BEND DR. .........................D-4

BLUE SPRUCE DR. ........................B-4

DECATUR DR. ..............................C-1

HEATHERWOOD DR. ................A-B-4 NORTH TRL. .................................A-2 SANDALWOOD LN. .......................B-3

WESTBROOKE LN. .......................B-4

BLUFFS, THE ..................................C-2

DEER PATH DR. .....................C-3,B-4

HEMLOCK CIR. .........................A-B-3 NORTH BEXLEY DR. ....................C-1 SARATOGA TRL. ..........................C-4

WEST KERRY PL. .........................B-4

BLUFFSIDE PL. ..............................C-2

DEER RIDGE CT. ...........................C-4

HERITAGE TRL. ............................C-4 NORTH CHURCHILL DR. ..............A-2 SASSAFRAS DR. ..........................C-1

WESTFIELD LN. ............................C-4

BOB WHITE CIR. ............................C-4

DEER RUN LN. .............................B-1

HICKORY BRANCH TRL. ..............A-1 NORTH INLET DR. ........................D-4 SAVANNAH CT. .............................D-4

WESTMINISTER DR. .................A-B-4

BONNIE LN. ....................................B-2

DEERFIELD DR. ...........................B-3

HICKORY PL. ................................B-1 NORTH MEADOWS LN. ................C-3 SCARLETOAK TRL. ......................A-3

WESTON POINTE .........................A-2

BOSTON RD. .......................A-B-C-D-1

DELAWARE DR. ............................B-3

HIDDEN MEADOWS LN. ..............D-4 NORTH RED OAK DR. ..................C-4 SCENIC POINT .............................A-2

WESTWIND CT. .............................A-2

BOWMAN DR. .................................B-4

DELL DR. .......................................B-2

HIDDEN WOODS LN. ...................D-4 NORTH RED ROCK DR. ...............C-4 SCOTCH PINE WAY ......................B-1

WESTWOOD DR. ..........................B-2

BRADFORD CT. ..............................B-3

DELL RIDGE CIR. .........................B-2

HIGH POINT ST. ...........................D-2

NORTH WHITE OAKS DR. ...........C-4 SCOTT DR. ....................................B-3

WESTWOOD PARK BLVD. .............B-2

BRADGATE LN. ...............................B-4

DELMONT AVE. ............................C-4

HIGHLAND PARK .........................C-1

NORTHPOINTE CIR. ....................D-1 SCOTTSDALE DR. ........................C-1

WEYMOUTH LN. ...........................C-4

BRADY LN. ......................................A-2

DERBY CT. ....................................A-2

HIGHPOINT CLUB BLVD. .............C-4 NORTHRUP LN. ............................B-4 SELBY CIR. ...................................C-4

WHEELERS LN. ............................B-3

BRAEMAR WAY OV. .......................B-2

DEWITT DR. ..................................D-1

HILLCLIFF CIR. .............................B-2 NORTHVIEW DR. ..........................C-3 SETTLERS WAY ............................B-3

WHISPERING PINES ....................C-4

BRANDYWINE DR. .........................C-4

DIANE CIR. ....................................A-2

HOLIDAY DR. ................................B-2 NORTHWOOD TRL. ......................A-2 SETTLERS RUN ...........................C-3

WHITE BARK DR. ......................A-B-3

BRECKENRIDGE LN. .....................A-2

DOE CIR. .......................................B-3

HOLLO OV. ....................................B-2 OAK PARK TRL. ............................A-1 SEVEN OAK DR. ...........................C-4

WHITE FIR LN. ..............................C-4

BRIAR BUSH LN. ............................A-2

DOGWOOD CT. .............................C-1

HOLLOWRUN PL. .........................C-3 OAK BRANCH TRL. ......................A-1 SHAGBARK TRL. .......................A-1-2

WHITE MARSH LN. .......................B-4

BRIARWOOD LN. ............................B-2

DONEGAL LN. ...............................B-4

HOLLY CIR. ...............................A-B-3

OAK DR. ........................................B-4 SHALEBROOK CT. ........................A-1

WHITNEY RD. ........................B-C-D-1

BRICK MILL RUN ............................C-4

DORCHESTER CIR. .....................D-4

HOMESTEAD PARK DR. ..............B-1 OAKTRAIL CT. ...............................A-1 SHALEBROOK WAY .....................A-1

WILDWOOD LN. ............................B-3

BRIDLE TRL. ...................................C-3

DORIA CT. .....................................B-2

HORSESHOE LN. .........................A-2 OAKHURST LN. ............................A-3 SHANDON CT. ...............................A-4

WILLIAMSBURG OV. .................B-C-4

BRIDGEPATH ..................................C-4

DOW CIR. ...............................D-1,C-1

HOWE RD. .................................C-3-4 OAKLANDPARK DR. .....................D-1 SHENANDOAH RIDGE .................B-3

WILLOW CIR. ................................D-1

BRIDGECREEK CIR. ......................D-2

DOWNERS GROVE CT. ................C-1

HUNT RD. .....................................D-4

OAKLEAF DR. ...............................D-1 SHERBROOKE OV. .......................B-4

WILLOW LN. ..................................A-1

BRIGADOON WAY ..........................B-2

DRAKE RD. ................................A-D-4

HUNTERSPOINTE DR. .................D-4 OAKWOOD PL. .............................A-3 SHERWOOD DR. .......................A-B-3

WILLOW WOOD DR. .....................C-4

BRISTOL LN. ...................................A-2

DRIFTWOOD CT. ..........................B-4

HUNTING MEADOWS DR. ...........C-3 OLD OAK DR. ................................A-3 SHIREEN DR. ................................A-3

WILMA DR. ....................................A-1

BRITTANIA CT. ................................A-3

EAGLES NEST CIR. ......................C-3

HUNTINGTON PARK DR. .............C-1 OLD OAK LN. ................................A-3 SHURMER RD. .........................B-C-3

WILMINGTON DR. .........................B-3

BRITTANY PL. .................................C-4

EAST BEND DR. ...........................D-4

IDLEWOOD TRL. ..........................B-2

OLD SURREY CT. .........................C-4 SIEDEL’S LANDING ......................A-2

WINCHESTER CT. ........................C-4

BROOKFIELD PL. ...........................A-2

EAST KERRY PL. ..........................B-4

IMPERIAL CT. ................................A-3 OLDE CREEK TRL. .......................A-2 SOUTH BEXLEY DR. ....................C-1

WINDCLIFF RD. ............................B-2

BROOKLINE OV. .........................C-D-1

EASTLAND RD. .............................B-1

INDIANHEAD LN. ..........................C-3 OLDE ORCHARD RD. ...................D-4 SOUTH CHURCHILL DR. ..............A-2

WINDING TRL. ..............................B-3

BROOKSTONE WAY .......................A-1

EASTWIND CT. ..............................A-2

INGLEWOOD CT. ..........................C-1 OLDE TOWNE TRL. ......................D-4 SOUTH DR. ...................................C-1

WINDSOR CASTLE LN. ................A-3

BROXTON DR. ................................C-1

ECHO DR. .....................................B-3

IONIA CT. .......................................B-2 OLIVER DR. ..................................B-4

SOUTH TRL. .................................A-2

WINDSOR DR. ..............................C-3

BRUSHWOOD LN. ..........................D-1

ELIZABETH CIR. ...........................A-2

IVYWOOD TRL. .............................B-2 OLYMPUS CT. ...............................B-2 SOUTH INLET RD. ........................D-4

WINDWARD WAY ..........................B-4

BRYN MAWR BLVD. .......................C-1

ELLSWORTH DR. .........................B-4

IYAMI CT. ......................................C-2

OLYMPUS WAY .............................B-2 SOUTH MEADOWS CIR. ...............C-3

WOLF DR. .....................................D-1

BUCCANEER CREEK TRL. ...........D-4

ELM DR. ........................................B-4

JACQUE RD. .................................D-1 ORDNER DR. ................................C-3 SOUTH RED OAK DR. ..................C-4

WOLF RUN CIR. ...........................C-4

BUNKER HILL DR. ......................B-C-4

EMERALD EDGE PL. ....................D-2

JAMESTOWN CIR. .......................D-4

WOLZHAVEN AVE. ........................A-1

BURGUNDY DR. .............................A-3

ERIN CIR. ......................................B-4

JAMESWAY RD. ............................A-4 OTANI CT. .....................................C-2

SOUTH WHITE OAKS DR. ...........C-4

WOODBERRY LN. .........................A-2

DR.

BURLWOOD DR. .............................D-2

ERWIN DR. ...................................A-4

JANETTE AVE. ..............................D-2 OVERLAND PK. ............................B-3 SOUTH PORTE DR. ......................B-3

WOODBRIAR CIR. ........................B-2

BURNHAM DR. ...............................B-3

ESSEX DR. ...................................C-3

JASMINE CT. ................................D-2

OXFORD DR. ................................B-1 SOUTH VIEW CT. .........................C-1

WOODFIELD TRL. .........................A-2

BUTTER NUT CIR. ..........................D-4

ETHEL DR. ....................................A-1

JEFFERSON CT. ...........................B-3 OXFORD OV. ................................C-4 SOUTH VIEW LN. .........................C-1

WOODHAVEN AVE. .......................B-4

CALDERDALE LN. ..........................D-2

EVELYN CT. ..................................D-1

JERRY COE LN. ............................B-1 OXROW PATH ..............................A-2 SOUTHWIND CT. ..........................A-2

WOODHURST DR. ........................B-1

CALUMET DR. ................................A-2

EVERGREEN DR. .........................B-1

JONATHAN DR. ............................A-1

PADDOCK CIR. .............................A-2 SPINNAKER CIR. ..........................B-4

WOODLAWN CT. ...........................B-4

CAMBRIDGE DR...............................D-4

FAIR ISLE WAY .............................B-2

JULIE CIR. ....................................D-4

PAMELA DR. ..................................B-1 SPRAGUE RD. ...................A-B-C-D-1

WOODLEAF RD. ...........................C-2

CAMBRIDGE OV. ............................B-4

FAIR MEADOW PL. .......................B-1

JUNIPER CT. .................................D-1 PANORAMA PKWY. .......................D-4 SPRINGFIELD DR. ........................A-4

WOODRIDGE CIR. ........................B-2

CAMDEN CT. ...................................D-4

FAIR RD. ........................................A-1

KAREN DR. ...................................D-1 PARK CLIFF RD. ...........................B-2 SPRUCEPOINTE ...........................A-2

WOODRUN DR............................D-1-2

CANTERBURY DR. .........................C-3

FAIRFAX LN. .................................C-4

KELSEY LN. ..................................B-4 PARK LANE DR. ........................C-3-4 SPRUCE RD. .................................A-3

WOODSHIRE DR. ...........................B-3

CARDINAL CIR. ...............................B-1

FAIRFIELD PL. ..............................A-2

KENSINGTON CT. ........................C-4

PARK MOSS AVE. .........................D-2 SPYGLASS HILL DR. ....................D-4

WOODSIDE CT. .............................B-2

CARLTON CT. ..............................A-B-4

FAIRTREE DR. ..............................A-1

KETTERING DR. ...........................C-1 PARK POINT .................................C-2 SQUIRREL HOLLOW LN. .............C-3

WOODSIDE (X)ING NORTH .........B-4

CARLYLE DR. .................................B-2

FAIR WINDS DR. ..........................D-4

KILLIANS GROVE DR. ..................B-4 PARK VIEW CIR. ...........................D-1 STAFFORD DR. .............................B-1

WOODSIDE (X)ING SOUTH ..........B-4

CARMEL OV. ...................................C-1

FAIR WINDS DR. ..........................D-4

KING COE LN. ..............................B-1

PARKWOOD LN. ...........................A-3 STAG THICKET LN. ...................B-C-3

WOODSTOCK RUN ...................A-B-4

CAROL DR. ..................................B-C-3

FALLINGLEAVES RD. ...................C-2

KINGSWOOD CT. .........................A-3

PARTRIDGE DR. ..........................C-3

STANFORD CT. .............................D-1

WOODVIEW CIR. ..........................A-2

CARTWRIGHT PKWY. ....................D-1

FALLINGWATER RD. ....................B-2

KNOLL, THE .................................C-2

PEACHTREE DR. ..........................B-1 STAPLETON DR. ..........................C-1

WORTHINGTON PARK DR. ..........C-1

CASTLE DR. ....................................A-3

FALMOUTH DR. ............................C-4

KORTZ CIR. ..................................D-1 PEARL RD. ................................B-1--4 STEEPLECHASE LN. ....................A-2

WYNNEWOOD PL. ........................B-4

CASTLEMAINE CIR. .......................B-4

FAWN CIR. ....................................B-3

KRONOS CT. .................................B-2 PEARLVIEW DR. ...........................B-3 STELFAST DR. .............................A-4

YAGER DR. ...................................B-2

CASTLEREACH LN. .......................D-2

FAWN MEADOW LN. ....................B-2

KYLEMORE DR. ........................A-B-4 PEBBLE BROOK TRL. ..................A-1 STERLING WAY ............................A-3

YARROW PL. .................................A-2

CASTLETOWN DR. .........................D-4

FENCE LINE ROW DR. .................A-1

LAGUARDIA PKWY. ......................C-1 PEBBLESTONE CT. ......................D-4 STEVEN DAVID DR. ......................A-1

YARROW TRL. ..............................A-2

CEDAR BRANCH TRL. ...................A-1

FERN CANYON DR. .....................C-4

LAKE CIRCLE DR. ........................C-1 PEMBROOKE OV. .....................A-B-4 STILLBROOKE DR. .......................C-3

YORKTOWN OV. ...........................B-4

CELIANNA DR. ................................A-1

FERNWOOD CIR. .........................D-1

LAKE FOREST DR. .......................C-1 PENNY PINES CIR. ......................C-4 STONE CREEK OV. ......................B-3

ZVERINA LN. .................................B-2

CENTURY OAK DR. ........................D-1

FETTERMAN DR. ..........................B-3

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Overview

Dining Guide A Slice Above 8788 Pearl Rd. 440-826-1300

Bilo’s Bar & Grill 14751 Pearl Rd. 440-238-7495

Buca di Beppo 16677 Southpark Ctr. 440-846-6262

Applebee’s 17771 Southpark Ctr. 440-572-5292

Boston Market 14375 Pearl Rd. 440-846-0003

Burger King 2380 Pearl Rd. 440-238-2627

Antonio’s Pizza Express 14232 Pearl Rd. 440-878-1111

Brew Kettle 8377 Pearl Rd. 440-239-8788

Buffalo Wild Wings 8465 Pearl Rd. 440-243-9464

Arby’s 15112 Pearl Rd. 440-846-0700 Bier Haus EuroAmerican Bistro 17962 Pearl Rd. 440-238-2112

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Bruegger’s Bagel Bakery 15035 Pearl Rd. 440-572-4646

Chick Fil-A 16584 Royalton Rd. 440-238-2344

Chipotle 500 Southpark Ctr. 440-238-1673

Dairy Queen 12152 Pearl Rd. 440-238-3491

B-Spot 18066 Royalton Rd. 440-572-9600

Chipotle 15029 Pearl Rd. 440-846-9625

Cleat’s Club Seat Grille 15147 Pearl Rd. 440-572-1088

The D.C. Pasta Co. 12214 Pearl Rd. 440-238-8500

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Dean House Chinese Restaurant 14393 Pearl Rd. 440-268-9568 DiBella’s Subs 16758 Royalton Rd. 440-846-0924


Don’s Pomeroy House 13663 Pearl Rd. 440-572-1111

Georgio’s Pizza 15037 Pearl Rd. 440-238-5010

Donut Scene 15033 Pearl Rd. 440-238-0288

Geppetto’s Pizza & Ribs 15323 Pearl Rd. 440-238-9555

Dunkin Donuts 12152 Pearl Rd. 440-238-3491

Gino’s Pizza 14423 Pearl Rd. 440-238-4820

East of Chicago Gionino’s Pizzeria  Pizza 14769 Pearl Rd.  19772 West 130th St.  440-572-4444 440-878-1700 Goldie’s Deli & Emilio’s Pizza Restaurant 20934 Drake Rd. 13500 Pearl Rd. 440-846-1111 440-572-8700

Italian Village Restaurant 16605 Pearl Rd. 440-572-1414 J Bella Italian 12201 Pearl Rd. 440-238-0200 Jennifer’s Restaurant 8464 Pearl Rd. 440-234-2044 Jimmy John’s 14993 Pearl Rd. 440-238-4008 Johnny Malloy’s 15323 Pearl Rd. 440-238-9555

Empire Wok 10917 Prospect Rd. 440-238-1106

Gourme Family 15315 Pearl Rd. 440-572-3111

Firehouse Subs 17250 Royalton Rd. 440-238-1133

Gran Fiesta Mexican Kartel’s Restaurant & Party Center 18737 Royalton Rd. 14741 Pearl Rd. 440-846-2313 440-572-3720 Houlihan’s King Dragon II 164 Southpark Mall Chinese Restaurant 440-572-9090 20906 Drake Rd. 440-238-8278

Five Guys Burger & Fries 500 Southpark Ctr. 440-268-9968

KFC 12827 Pearl Rd. 440-572-9399

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Dining Guide – continued from previous page La Chateau Martini Bar 12287 Pearl Rd. 440-846-8818

Olympia Gourmet Treats & Grille 11606 Pearl Rd. 440-572-7747

La Kabob Lebanese Grill 14228 Pearl Rd. 440-846-5100

Panera Bread 17090 Royalton Rd. 440-846-0377

Lemonberry Frozen Yogurt 12927 Pearl Rd. 440-238-0793

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Panini’s 14952 Pearl Rd. 440-878-2200 Penn Station 14612 Pearl Rd. 440-238-6240

Longhorn Steakhouse 17211 Southpark Ctr. Pure Delite 440-238-7917 Cupcakes 17100 Royalton Rd.  Mama Julianne’s 440-238-3050 10913 Prospect Rd. 440-238-2028 Red Lobster 17227 Southpark Ctr. Marcos’ Pizza 440-572-0717 12513 Pearl Rd. 440-572-9900 Robeks 18025 Royalton Rd. Master Italian 440-572-1640 Pizzeria 19616 W. 130th St. Rockne’s 440-238-7777 16532 Royalton Rd. 440-572-3663 McDonald’s 14615 Pearl Rd. Romano’s 440-572-1832 Macaroni Grill 17095 Southpark Ctr. Menchie’s 440-878-3000 Frozen Yogurt 14224-28 Pearl Rd. Rosewood Grill 440-638-4513 16740 Royalton Rd. 440-783-5500 Molly McGhee’s 13169 Prospect Rd. Sakura Sushi 440-238-0118 15040 Pearl Rd. 440-268-9668 Mr. Hero 12465 Pearl Rd. Samurai Sushi 440-238-8811 Bar & Hibachi Steakhouse Mulligan’s Bar 16670 Royalton Rd. & Grille 440-238-6948 20880 Royalton Rd. 440-238-4447 Shinto Japanese Steakhouse & Old Carolina BBQ Sushi Bar 14795 Pearl Rd. 17070 Pearl Rd. 440-268-8461 440-878-3868

Information

Simmering Pot at the Holiday Inn 15471 Royalton Rd. 440-238-8800 Slim & Chubby’s 12492 Prospect Rd. 440-572-7546 Starbuck’s 18400 Royalton Rd. 440-572-1105 Subway 14904 Pearl Rd. 440-572-3585 Sweet Mango Thai Cuisine 14610 Pearl Rd. 440-238-9921 Taco Bell 14529 Pearl Rd. 440-846-8226 TGI Friday’s 18400 Royalton Rd. 440-238-1299 The Barking Bullfrog 19616 West 130th St. 440-238-7777 The Cute Little Cupcake Shop 15131 Pearl Rd. 440-846-1352 Tommy’s Pizza 17664 Pearl Rd. 440-878-9999 Tomo Steakhouse & Sushi Bar 15163 Pearl Rd. 440-878-0760 Trivs Restaurant & Lounge 17100 Royalton Rd. 440-238-8830 Wendy’s 14944 Pearl Rd. 440-238-6690 Yogurt Vi 18086 Royalton Rd. 440-238-0991


// Parks

Strongsville

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Table tennis is the most played racket sport in the world and has been growing in popularity in the United States as well (google “Spin New York�). Whether you play table tennis or ping pong, you can relax and work on developing your game with the Strongsville Table Tennis Club. The club is meant for all skill levels and backgrounds; it is made up of recreational players, kids, seniors and professional athletes. Did you know that table tennis has been found to help prevent Alzheimer’s disease? It happens to be the best “brain� sport (google that too). If eating an apple a day keeps the doctor away, table tennis may be the next best thing! Join them on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6:00 p.m. to close at the Strongsville Recreation Center in the Event Center. For more information visit www.strongtt.info, email tt@pechnique.com, or call 440-238-5270.



city’s soccer fields reflects Strongsville’s passion for the sport. That passion is displayed under a national spotlight each year when the city hosts the Adidas National Soccer Showcase during the last two weekends of July. “This is the largest high school soccer event in the country,� says Tobey Cook, coach of the Strongsville High School boy’s team and co-director of the Showcase. The event has drawn as many 350 high school and middle school teams, some of which have traveled from as far away as Florida, Texas and Washington state to participate. The showcase started as a 24-team event that Cook organized with Jon Felton, coach of the Strongsville High School girl’s team. With the help of the Strongsville Soccer Club, the event quickly grew to more than 200 teams. Cook and Felton solicited Adidas to sponsor the showcase nine years ago. “Along with being a fantastic soccer event, it also has a dramatic economic impact on the city,� says Cook. “Counting the players, coaches and parents, the Showcase brings 10,000 to 14,000 people into Strongsville.� The event is the largest annual fundraiser for the club, which uses the proceeds mainly for capital improvements, Cook says. You can find more information about the Adidas National Soccer Showcase at www.anss.us. — Ken McEntee

 

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Index

Advertiser Index Accountant Kiplinger & Company.................p 10. www.kiplingerco.com

Attorneys

PHOTOS: SUSAN NORCROSS

John J. Urban, Attorney at Law, Ltd..............p 7, 28 www.jjurbanlaw.com Walter Haverfield LLP.................p 30. www.walterhav.com

Auto Dealership Pete Baur Buick GMC, Inc....... Inside Front Cover. www.petebaur.com

Arts Chalk Walk

Blinds, Shutters, Drapery & Window Treatments

Clubs & Organizations

Construction/ Home Improvement

Awards & Promotional Products

Budget Blinds........................p 27, 40. www.budgetblinds.com

The Rotary Club of Strongsville.......................p 44, 45 www.strongsvillerotary.org

Northcoast Awards Inc...............p 49. www.northcoastawardsinc.com

Child Care

College Alumni Group

Dentist

Banks/Credit Unions

Creative Playrooms Montessori & Child Care Center....................p 13. www.creativeplayrooms.com

U. of Toledo AlumniCleveland Chapter......................p 56. www.toledoalumni.org

William Aerni DDS......................p 21. www.aernidental.com

Chiropractor

Colleges & Universities

First Federal of Lakewood....p 11, 28. www.ffl.net

Timber Ridge Neck & Back Pain Clinic.........p 26, 47. www.chiropracticnorthroyalton.com

Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C)..................p 14, 15, 27. www.tri-c.edu

PNC Bank.....................................p 11. www.pnc.com

Cleaning

Midpoint Campus Center.....p 16, 29 . www.midpointcampus.com

Century Federal Credit Union..........................p 11, 27. www.cenfedcu.org

PSE Credit Union...................p 11, 29. www.psecreditunion.org

R.A. Kalfas Construction.............p 20. www.rakalfas.com

Dentist-Pediatric

The Cleaning Authority..............p 41 broadviewheights. thecleaningauthority.com

Arlene Coloma, DDS, MS ...........p 18. www.drcoloma.net

Financial Services/ Investments Buzek Wealth Advisors..............p 10. www.buzekwealthadvisors.com

Construction/ General Contractor

Fitness Facility

RFC Contracting, Inc....................p 29. www.rfccontracting.com

Lifeworks Fitness........................p 32. www.lifeworksfitness.net

Flooring River Floors.......................p 49. www.riverfloors.com

Granite Countertops Architectural Justice.........p 40. www.architecturaljustice.com R.A. Kalfas Construction & Chippewa Stone............p 20. www.rakalfas.com

Hair Salon & Spa Services Esbi International Salon...p 19. www.esbiintlsalon.com

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Hearing Health

Interior Design Services

Brookway Hearing......................p 22. www.brookwayhearing.com

New Creation Interiors.........p 23, 42. www.newcreationinteriors.net

Home Builders/ Construction

Jewelry Store

Parkview Homes...........................p 5. www.parkviewhomes.com

Gregory Filo Jewelry Design Inc..................p 2, 28 www.filojewelry.com

Home Health Care

Kitchen & Bath Remodeling

Hanson Services..........................p 36. www.HansonServices.com

Architectural Justice...................p 40. www.architecturaljustice.com

Hospice

R.A. Kalfas Construction.............p 20. www.rakalfas.com

Hospice Services of SW General.............................p 32. www.swgeneral.com/hospice

Hospitals/Medical Facilities HealthSpan (formerly Kaiser Permanente)............................p 32, 33. www.healthspan.org Southwest General Health Center..................p 29, 34, 35. www.swgeneral.com

Hypnosis Sharon Stephens.........................p 24 www.sharonstephenshypnosis.com

Landscaping Erie Landscaping Co....................p 30 www.erielandscaping.net

Library Cuyahoga County Public LibraryStrongsville Branch...............p 12, 47. www.cuyahogalibrary.org

Mental Illness Support NAMI Greater Cleveland............p 49. www.namigreatercleveland.org

Photography

Insurance

Beverly David Photography.......p 30. www.beverlydavidphoto.com

Dane DonaldsonState Farm Insurance............p 24, 41. www.danedonaldson.com

Printing & Graphic Design

Insurance-Life & Health Medical Mutual........p 31, Back Cover www.medmutual.com

Alpha Graphics..............................p 7. www.us507.alphagraphics.com

A few of Strongsville’s future firefighters. Howard Hanna..........p 28, 38, 39, 40 . www.howardhanna.com

Westwood Place.........................p 36. www.ownerslive.com/westwood

Howard Hanna Heather Srodek.....................p 26, 40 www.HeatherSrodek.howardhanna.com

Southwest Commons.................p 37 www.lifeservicesassistedliving.com

Restaurants Dairy Queen................................p 54. www.strongsvilleDQ.com Shinto Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar............................p 25, 53. www.shintoexperience.com Trivs Restaurant & Lounge...p 26, 52 . www.trivsstrongsville.com Don’s Pomeroy House................p 54. www.donspomeroy.com

Schools/Private

Real Estate

Sts. Joseph & John School..........p 13. www.sjjschool.org

Angie Giarikos-Russell Realty....p 56. www.angelagiarikos.com

St. Mary’s Catholic School..........p 14. www.smsberea.org

Shopping Walmart.........................................p 1. www.walmart.com

Storage Facility Strongsville Mini Storage.......p 1, 23 www.strongsvillestorage.com

Veteran Organization Strongsville VFW Post 3345.........p 9. www.VFW3345.org

Veterinarian Crossroads Animal Hospital.......p 31. www.crossrdsanhosp.com

Schools/Career & Technical Polaris Career Center..................p 14. www.polaris.edu

Screen Printing/ Embroidery Bulllseye Activewear..................p 12. www.bullseyeactivewear.com

Senior Services Altenheim & Shurmer Place at Altenheim.........................p 27, 37. www.altenheim.com Mount Royal Villa.......................p 25. www.consulatehealthcare.com “Thankful” students at Creative Playrooms Montessori & Child Care Center.

This book is dedicated to Strongsville’s favorite socialite, comedienne and good friend, Kathy Peterson from Mimi’s, who will live in our hearts forever!



Strongsville 2014