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Welcome to...

Alliance Community Guide

A letter from Mayor Andreani

he City has seen many new and revitalized institutions over the last 15 years. Those institutions include social, business, educational, religious and financial entities that are making continuous efforts to grow and prosper. As one looks back on the events of the past few years, it is evident that the Alliance community and its citizens demonstrate a resilience that has endured over the course of the city’s history. Alliance is at the center of the Eastern Stark County Region and provides goods and services as well as quality of life elements that attract people to our city from a regional perspective. Statistics indicate that more than 75,000 people come to Alliance for their commercial needs. Being at the juncture of Stark, Columbiana and Mahoning counties makes Alliance the center of commerce for the region. The business community has led the way. MAC Trailer added a site to their operations, American Recycling expanded, and we welcomed Alliance Restoration and Construction, Danbury Senior Living, Hampton Inn, Northwood Realty Services and Smith Machine. Retail development has included the Mount Union Gateway project with Buffalo Wild Wings, Farmers National Bank

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and Orange Leaf. Other new retail projects include GetGo, CashMax, Mr. Hero, O’Reilly’s Auto Parts, Planet Fitness, Pucci’s Pub & Vino, Rental Corral, Starbucks, Vert Deli and Wendy’s. The Downtown Art, Culture and Entertainment District is also gaining momentum. Current renovation projects include Jupiter Studios, the former Heggy’s building and Carnation Cleaners. New to the downtown area is Paris Studios, an active workspace and display area for local artists. Area attractions include the international headquarters of the Cat Fanciers’ Association and their associated Feline Historical Museum, which is open for touring. The downtown Alliance Farmers’ Market has been a tremendous success on summer Saturday mornings, as has the Downtown Summer Concert Series on Friday nights. ArtsinStark has chosen downtown Alliance as a focus for renewal over the next decade in the areas of art, culture, entertainment and retail. The Troll Hole, with the largest collection of troll dolls in the world, is located on Main Street. For many decades the Carnation City Players have performed live theater at the Firehouse Theater on Market Street. The renovated Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Bridge stands out as a major connector and tribute to Dr. King as well as Alliance’s historical link to the railroad. The future is bright for the renaissance of the downtown region. The educational community has seen continued growth as well. The leader has been the University of Mount Union. The university has grown and expanded its offerings, including new undergraduate degrees in nursing and engineering and graduate degrees in physician assistant studies and educational administration. A Doctor of Physical Therapy program will be added soon. Also new is the renovation of the theater complex, The Giese Center for the Performing Arts. Stark State College provides technical and career curriculum. They have opened their new facility at and in collaboration with the Alliance Community Hospital. The collaboration has included the local school district, so that a nursing student can start with Alliance High School’s LPN program, spiral through the RN curriculum at Stark State, and then attain a bachelor’s degree in nursing at Mount Union, all within a few blocks of each other and in con-

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Welcome... Continued from page 4 junction with the hospital. The Alliance Career Centre and the Robert T. White School of Practical Nursing relocated to Alliance High School this year. Attractions in the city include the Haines House, offering visitors the opportunity to explore an Underground Railroad “station,” used to aid slaves on their escape north. The Mabel Hartzell Historic Home, located at the corner of Park Avenue and Vine Street, is operated by the Alliance Historical Society and contains many artifacts of Alliance history. Another major attraction is Glamorgan Castle, located on Union Avenue in the heart of the city, which offers tours every Friday during the year. The city’s park system continues to be a mainstay for recreation in Alliance. On the south side is the city treasure of Silver Park, home to the Fourth of July fireworks celebration as well as the site for many of the Greater Alliance Carnation Festival events in August touting Alliance as the “Carnation City,” the home of the scarlet carnation, which is the state flower of Ohio. Silver Park is the home of the city’s 9/11 Memorial, a moving display of artifacts from the World Trade Center. Each summer the Hot Stove League hosts their local, regional, and state tournaments at Butler-Rodman Park located on State Street, an annual occurrence in the city for over 60 years.

Alliance Demographics

In addition to museums to attract people there are many sporting, music, art and theatrical events yearround in the city. The University of Mount Union, besides boasting a nationally recognized football program, has a full range of spectator sports, including their new lacrosse program. This is in addition to their wide range of musical entertainment, art exhibits, plays and musicals, and learning opportunities geared toward the public. In the same respect all manner of sports and artistic entertainment can be utilized through the local public school programs of Alliance, Marlington and West Branch school districts. With many new businesses and a wide range of activities for entertainment and education, we invite you to come to Alliance and sample our hospitality.

ZIP Code 44601 is 79.87 square miles with a population of 33,794 — 47.6 percent being male and 52.3 percent being female — in 2010. The median age is 37.9. Alliance is the geographic center between Cleveland and Pittsburgh. State Street in Alliance is one of the highest traffic areas in all of Stark County with 24,000 vehicles traveling it per day. Amtrak and Norfolk Southern provide the area with both passenger and freight services. Four major airports are within 60 minutes of Alliance: Cleveland Hopkins, Pittsburgh International, Akron/Canton Regional and Youngstown Regional airports are within easy access. SOURCE: allianceadf.com

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the Alliance Area

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

growing a strong Alliance. “We’re looking forward to starting our second 100 years,”... “We’re here to help businesses succeed however we can. Our members dictate our agenda.”

For more than 100 years, the Alliance Area Chamber of Commerce has been in President business to help grow a strong Mark Locke Alliance. “We’re looking forward to starting our second 100 years,” said President Mark Locke, noting the Chamber held its centennial celebration in 2015. “We’re here to help businesses succeed however we can. Our members dictate our agenda.” That includes holding networking events, addressing legislative concerns and offering educational and marketing seminars. Located at 210 E. Main St. and occupying a kiosk at Carnation City Mall, the chamber is made up of more than 400 member businesses and professional leaders whose purpose is advancing the economic, industrial, professional, cultural and civic welfare of the Alliance area. The chamber encourages the growth of existing industry and businesses while giving proper assistance to any new firms or individuals seeking to locate in the area, to support all those activities beneficial to the community and to oppose those which might be detrimental, and to promote the welfare of all area citizens, always following those policies intended to accomplish the greatest good for the greatest number. The chamber also works closely with cities, townships and county development officials to develop a comprehensive plan for economic development. Locke said the chamber also provides information to individuals who are interested in relocating to the Carnation City, including general information about Alliance and local realtors. Among its divisions is one dedicated to women, the first of its kind in Ohio, which raises funds to support area nursing homes and shelters. The chamber is a member of the Canton-Stark County Convention and Visitors Bureau, handling city tourism.

BUSINESS RESOURCES: The chamber maintains directories of businesses, manufacturers, churches and organizations in the Alliance area; distributes a chamber newsletter; assists merchants with anti-fraud efforts; and hosts seminars and workshops for business and industrial members. INSURANCE: Offers commercial, long-term workers’ compensation and health insurance through a cooperative pooling program. ADDITIONAL DISCOUNTS: Chamber members receive discounts on print and radio advertising through Dix Communications/The Alliance Review and WDPN/WDJQ. They also receive discounted YMCA memberships. DIVISIONS AND COMMITTEES: In addition to the Women’s Division, the chamber also has a Sebring Division that focuses on businesses in the Sebring, Beloit and Smith Township areas. Business Education develops partnerships between businesses and area schools, while Business Alliance honors a Small Business of the Year, a Large Business of the Year and an individual with a Spirit of Enterprise Award each year. Committees with the Chamber of Commerce board focus on economic development, business education, legislative concerns, membership recruiting and project development. For more information, visit allianceohiochamber.org or call (330) 823-6260.

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A TOWN CALLED

ALLIANCE It is uncertain how Alliance got its name. The moniker may have come about after two major railroads – The Ohio & Pennsylvania and The Cleveland & Wellsville — laid tracks that intersected in 1850 in what for a brief time was called Liberty, which was also known as “The Crossing.” Another popular belief is that the name “Alliance” was chosen because of the fact that the city was incorporated in 1854 after the joining of three smaller communities, including Liberty, Williamsport (founded in 1827 by William Teeters) and Freedom (founded in 1838 by Mathias Hester). In 1889, the village of Mount Union was also annexed into Alliance. Alliance has been referred to as the town where Main Street dead ends. While this may be true, the plan made a lot of sense when the town was platted. Main Street was an avenue to bring people to the city’s busiest location – the train station – which provided a means of personal transportation and was central to industry for bringing in raw material and sending out finished goods. In fact, through the railroads, the city grew and flourished and several industrial endeavors thrived for decades. The railroad also provided the backdrop for many memorable moments in the

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history of Alliance. Near the present-day Amtrak station Abraham Lincoln made a brief stop – the only one he ever made in Stark County – on Feb. 15, 1861, where he enjoyed a turkey dinner at the adjoining Sourbeck House and made a short greeting on his way to his first inauguration. The building, which no longer stands, was also visited by several other influential people in its time, including King Edward VII when he was the Prince of Wales, Gen. Winfield Scott and Hungarian revolution leader Lajos Kossuth. In 1867, Union generals Ulysses S. Grant, a future president, William Tecumseh Sherman and Philip Sheridan ate a meal there together. Another famous visitor to Alliance’s train station was William McKinley, the 25th president of the United States. McKinley, a resident of Canton, had strong ties to Alliance. He spent a brief time as a student at Mount Union and was later a member of the institution’s board of trustees. And it was McKinley’s association with a local doctor that led to Alliance becoming the Carnation City, home of Ohio’s state flower, which is celebrated each year with a 16-day festival in August. Ohio’s official state flower is not only a red carnation, but the scarlet carnation, which was cultivated by Alliance’s Dr. Levi Lamborn, an avid horticulturalist, after purchasing some French seedlings in 1866. What he propagated from those plants was a new variety that he first called the “Lamborn Red.” In addition to his medical practice and his love of plants, Lamborn, who also started the town’s first newspaper and a bank, was a politician. In 1876, Lamborn was running for the seat in the 18th Congressional District and his opposition was McKinley. Prior to each debate, Lamborn presented McKinley with a carnation boutonniere. McKinley, successful in those debates,

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Alliance... Continued from page 8 often spoke about Lamborn’s carnation as his good luck charm throughout the rest of his political career, which included several more terms in Congress and a term as Ohio governor before being elected president in 1897. He was wearing one of the Lamborn’s flowers in his lapel on Sept. 14, 1901, as he stood in a receiving line at the Pan American Exposition in Buffalo, New York, when a 12-yearold girl named Myrtle Ledger asked McKinley if he could give her something to show her friends to prove that she had met the president. McKinley gave the girl his carnation. Moments later anarchist Leon Czolgosz walked up to the president with a .32-caliber pistol hidden in a bandage wrapped around his hand and shot McKinley twice. The president died of his wounds eight days later. Three years after McKinley’s death, the Ohio General Assembly voted to make the Lamborn carnation, more commonly known as the scarlet carnation, the official state flower as it “represented a token of love and reverence for the Ohio president.” On April 1, 1959, the Ohio Legislature proclaimed Alliance “The Carnation City” and an Ohio historical marker stands in the first block of West Main Street, in front of where Lamborn’s greenhouses once stood, commemorating Alliance as the birthplace of Ohio’s state flower. The marker is one of three that stand in Alliance. There is also one at the Mabel Hartzell Historic Home, located at 840 N. Park Ave. Hartzell, a lifelong educator in Alliance and member of the board of education, lived in the

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house from 1883 to 1954. She helped found the Alliance Historical Society, the Alliance Woman’s Club, the Alliance chapter of the American Red Cross, and the Alliance Area Retired Teachers Association. Another monument stands in Alliance City Cemetery, marking the Sultana tragedy, the worst maritime disaster on American soil in which eight members of Company F of the 115th Ohio Volunteer Infantry died in an explosion that killed approximately 1,800 when the steamboat carrying 2,400 exploded seven miles north of Memphis on the Mississippi River on April 27, 1865. Of course, many of Alliance’s prominent citizens have been laid to rest inside the cemetery, including several industrial leaders, the town’s early pioneers and Medal of Honor recipient Abraham Greenawalt, a private in Company G of the 104th Ohio Volunteer Infantry that captured an enemy flag at Franklin, Tennessee, on Nov. 30, 1864.

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Alliance From ANIMALS

A to Z

Ohio state law requires any dog over the age of three months to have a license within 30 days of ownership. Any license purchased after 30 days of ownership (or renewed after the annual renewal period) must include a penalty equal to the cost of the license. Stark County tags cost $14 for an adult license if purchased by Jan. 31 with duplicate licenses available for $5. In addition to being available for purchase online at the county auditor’s website, www.starkcountyohio.gov/auditor/departments/dog-license, tags can be purchased at the Auditor’s Office in Canton, or at Schott Feed and Supply, 715 E. Patterson St. Calls regarding stray dogs should be directed to the Stark County Dog Warden at (330) 451-2343. Assistance with animal humane or cruelty issues should be directed to (330) 453-5529.

AUTOMOBILES

License plates and driver’s licenses are available at the Alliance License Agency, 513 E. Main St., (330) 821-4866. Motor vehicle and boat titles are available at the Stark County Clerk’s Office in Canton and at the City Hall Annex, 513 E. Main St., (330) 823-7072.

BICYCLES

Bicycles ridden on public streets must be licensed and registered. Licenses are available at the Alliance Police Department, 470 E. Market St., (330) 823-5324.

CEMETERIES

The city owns and maintains Alliance City Cemetery, 541 W. Vine St. For more information, call (330) 829-2239. For more information on Mount Union Cemetery, contact Rick Dean, (330) 938-2744.

CITY EMPLOYMENT

All job openings are posted. Applications are available at the Mayor’s Office at 504 E. Main St., (330) 821-3110. The city website, www.cityofalliance.com, also lists opportunities under the Employment link.

CURFEW

No minor age 15 years or under is permitted on streets or public grounds from 9:30 p.m. to 7 a.m. unless accompanied by a parent, guardian or a person over 21 years old.

EMERGENCIES

Emergency announcements are aired over radio stations WDPN 1310 AM and WDJQ 92.5 FM and on the.review.com. Residents can also have the city notify them of important alerts via voice call, text message or email by signing up for the Notify Me service on the city’s website, www.cityofalliance.com.

GARAGE SALES

Signs announcing garage sales are not permitted on utility poles or on a public right-of-way. Contact the Zoning Department at (330) 823-5122.

INCOME TAX

Alliance has a 2 percent income tax. The Income Tax Office is located at 504 E. Main St. and can be reached at (330) 821-9190.

JAIL

All prisoners are taken to the Stark County Jail.

LAWNS

Residents are responsible for maintaining their lawns and the strip between the sidewalk and the street.

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MOPEDS

Motorized bicycles must display license plates, which are available through the Alliance License Agency, 513 E. Main St., (330) 821-4866.

OPEN BURNING

For permits, call the city fire inspector at (330) 821-1213.

PARADES

Any group wishing to hold a parade must obtain a permit from the safety-service director, 504 E. Main St., (330) 8213110, or the mayor’s office, 504 E. Main St. A written request for a permit must be filed at least five days before the event.

PARKING

Parking an inoperative or unlicensed vehicle on private property is prohibited. To report offenses, call Code Enforcement at (330) 823-5122. Tickets are payable to the Alliance Police Department, 470 E. Market St.

SALES TAX

The sales tax rate in Stark County is 6.50 percent.

SIDEWALKS

Property owners are responsible for installing and maintaining sidewalks.

SNOW REMOVAL

Residents are responsible for cleaning snow from sidewalks in front of their property. Parking bans are broadcast over WDPN 1310 AM and WDJQ 92.5 FM and listed on the-review.com.

SOLICITORS

For-profit and nonprofit groups and individuals must obtain a permit from the mayor’s office, 504 E. Main St., at least 10 days in advance of the sale. The permit costs $100. For more information, call (330) 821-3110.

STREETS

For information about streets, alleys and driveways, call the street department at (330) 823-3133 or the safetyservice director at (330) 821-3110. The street department is open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays.

TRASH COLLECTION

For information concerning rates and services, contact the Health Department at (330) 821-7373, the safety-service director at (330) 821-3110 or the mayor’s office at (330) 821-3110.

TREES

Property owners are responsible for trimming trees so branches do not block pedestrian paths or light from streetlights and signs. Permits are required to plant a tree on the curb lawn. For more information, call the safetyservice director at (330) 821-3110 or the mayor’s office at (330) 821-3110.

UTILITIES

For new water service inside the city, call the water billing department at (330) 823-3126. After-hours emergency water problems can be reported to (330) 821-3131. For electric service questions and issues, contact Ohio Edison-FirstEnergy at (330) 633-4766. For gas service questions and issues, contact Columbia Gas at 800-344-4077.

ZONING/SIGNS

The Building Standards Office, the Board of Zoning Appeals and the Planning Commission administer planning and zoning codes. Questions should be directed to the Building Standards Office, 504 E. Main St., (330) 823-5122.

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ALLIANCE

INDUSTRY “What we’re seeing with the new businesses opening on State Street is being fueled by what is going on in manufacturing,” Tom Pukys,

Alliance Area Development,

Industry is not only alive in Alliance, but it is helping the Carnation City grow. That is evident by looking at State Street where a boom of building and renovation brought more than a dozen new businesses to the area in 2015.

Tom Pukys, president of Alliance Area Development, a foundation that aims to retain businesses and help them expand, believes that retail sector growth that is so visible, is a result of what is going on in the manufacturing sector that many people may not see. “What we’re seeing with the new businesses opening on State Street is being fueled by what is going on in manufacturing,” said Pukys. Since 2014, a $10 million capital investment has helped create 750 new jobs in the area across 20 companies, according to Pukys. Nowhere is that more evident than with MAC Trailer, a company that started with one bay in the 1990s and is now the largest manufacturer of custom-built trailers in North America with seven facilities in three states. MAC Trailer expanded in 2015, taking up a second residence in the Car-

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nation City when it created a waste division in a 190,000-square-foot building in the Alliance Industrial Park that formerly housed a tire warehouse. MAC Trailer established five production lines at the Main Street Extension site in which it now builds its aluminum refuse trailer line. The company still maintains its corporate headquarters and production facility at its Commerce Street location where it manufactures dump trailers. MAC Trailer President and CEO Mike Conny hoped to be able to employ 250 at the new location, making it the largest industrial employer in Alliance with about 700. Meanwhile, Coastal Pet, which employs more than 500 in Alliance, took the first steps to expanding its footprint by 50 percent in 2015 when it got approval for a 22,000-squarefoot warehouse addition. “There are good things going on in our manufacturing base,” said Pukys. “That is really exciting to see.”

The following is a list of industrial manufacturers and supply companies who are members of the Alliance Area Chamber of Commerce:

ACME Surface Dynamics, Inc. 540 N. Freedom Ave. (330) 821-3900 www.acmesdi.com Specializing in metal finishing for industry (hard chrome, electropolishing of stainless steel, passivation of stainless steel). Also TIG brush distributor (heat tint removal on TIG and MIG welds). Employees: 18

Alliance Bearing Repair & Reclamation

567 W. Main St. (330) 829-2900 www.alliancebearingrepair.com Repairs and refurbishes bearings for a wide range of customers, including customers in the steel, aluminum, pulp and paper, power generation and mining industries. Employees: 4

Alliance Castings Co. LLC

1001 E. Broadway St. (330) 829-5600 Produces steel castings for companies that build and repair railroad freight cars. Bolsters and side frames are produced at the plant.

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Custom Poly Bag, Inc.

1000 N. Union Ave. (330) 821-2291 www.allianceequipment.com Fiberglass buckets, polyethylene liners and fiberglass accessories for aerial lift platforms and manlifts are Alliance Equipment Company’s specialty. Employees: 11

9465 Edison St. N.E. (330) 935-2408 www.custompolybag.com Custom Poly Bag is the leading manufacturer of custom flexible packaging. Employees: 50

Anstine Machining Corp.

12435 Rockhill Ave. (330) 821-5310 www.damonq.com Manufacturer of disinfectants, sanitizers, cleaners, degreasers and deodorants for schools, nursing homes, hospitals and businesses and Red-Kote gas tank sealer for cars, trucks and motorcycles. Employees: 49

15835 Armour St. N.E. (330) 821-4365 www.anstine.net Anstine Machining Corp., a familyowned business that has been in the Alliance area since 1997, is a custom manufacturer with capabilities that include milling, turning, shearing, punching, forming, various welding operations, sanding, plasma burn, reverse engineering, quality control inspection and more. Employees: 21

BRJ Engineering, Inc.

1225 E. Summit St. (330) 821-4537 Specializes in machinery rebuild and repair. Employees: 3

Central Coated Products

2025 McCrea St. (330) 821-9830 www.centralcoatedproducts.com Develops and manufactures waxed papers for food processing, food service and industrial applications. Employees: 35

Coastal Pet Products

911 Leadway Ave. (330) 821-7363 www.coastalpet.com Coastal Pet Products, Inc. is committed to enriching the interactions between pets and people by providing high-quality lifestyle products that support the care and safety of dogs and cats. Employees: 500+

Damon Industries, Inc.

Davis Technologies, Inc.

837 W. Main St. (330) 823-2544 Specializes in manufacturing and industrial supplies. Employees: 3

Filnor, Inc.

227 N. Freedom Ave. (330) 821-7667 www.filnor.com Filnor, Inc. has been a manufacturer of industrial electrical products, controls and control equipment for over 40 years. Employees: 60

GNW Aluminum, Inc.

1356 Beeson St. N.E. P.O. Box 2418 (330) 821-7955 GNW Aluminum is in the electrometallurgical products (except steel) industry. Employees: 12

J&B Fleet-Industrial Supply

22428 Harrisburg-Westville Road (330) 821-6342 www.jbfleet.com A distributor of quality maintenance products ranging anywhere from fasteners and electrical supplies to aerosol chemicals and hydraulic hose. Employees: 12

MAC Trailer Manufacturing, Inc.

14599 Commerce St. (330) 823-9900 www.mactrailer.com Headquartered in Alliance, MAC Trailer is the largest maker of custombuilt trailers in North America, manufacturing transfer and dump trailers, straight-body trailers, flatbed, dropdeck and dry bulk trailers, liquid tank and steel dump trailers at seven locations in three states. Employees: Approximately 700 in Alliance and 1,300+ across the country.

MPI Label Systems, Inc.

450 Courtney Road, Sebring (330) 938-2134 www.mpilabels.com Headquartered in Sebring with an equipment and RFID division in Alliance as well as eight other facilities around the country, MPI specializes in flexographic and digital printed pressure-sensitive labels, tags, heat shrink sleeves, roll-fed wrap labels, booklet labels, coupon labels, thermal transfer and RFID labels/tags and NFC labels/ tags. MPI is also a distributor and services automatic and semi-automatic labeling systems, bar code and thermal printers, bar code scanners, software, readers and more. Employees: 560 nationwide.

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Morgan Engineering Systems, Inc.

1049 S. Mahoning Ave. (330) 823-6120 www.morganengineering.com In business for more than 140 years, Morgan Engineering can take a project from design to completion for large-scale manufacturing, including custom overhead and gantry-type cranes, mill equipment like transfer cars, ladles, scrap buckets and most large fabrications. Employees: 51

Ohio Rack Co., Inc.

1500 S. Mahoning Ave. (330) 823-8200 www.ohiorack.com Ohio Rack designs custom steel stack racks for material handling needs and manufactures standard or custom products to meet the diverse array of requirements of a broad range of industries. Employees: 15.

Robertson Heating Supply Co.

2155 W. Main St. P.O. Box 2448 800-433-9532 www.rhs1.com Family-owned and operated for more than 80 years, Robertson Heating Supply Co. is one of the top plumbing, heating, air conditioning, kitchen and bath supply companies in the Midwest. Employees: 107 full time and 9 part time in Alliance; 269 full time and 16 part time companywide, which includes 31 locations in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Michigan.

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Schott Feed & Supply, Inc.

715 E. Patterson St. (330) 823-7277 A wholesale grain dealer, Schott Feed provides quality animal care products at affordable prices. Employees: 10

Steel Equipment Specialists LLC

1507 Beeson St. (330) 821-3322 www.seseng.com SES, LLC is a leading designer and manufacturer of material handling and processing equipment for the steel, aluminum, metals forming, and related industries. Its Beeson Street facilities house corporate and engineering offices and its redesign and rebuild manufacturing facility. The company’s Lake Park facility manufactures large material handling equipment. Employees: 140 including its Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Automation group.

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46 N. Rockhill Ave. (330) 821-3025 www.sun-america.com Sun-America is a leader in manufacturing fluted paper cups, loaf liners and cake liners to the industrial baking and candy industries. Employees: 55

Trilogy Plastics, Inc.

2290 W. Main St. (330) 821-4711 www.trilogyplastics.com Trilogy Plastics is an internationally recognized rotational molder specializing in custom rotational molding and highappearance, tight-tolerance rotational molded parts and assemblies. Employees: 90

W.J. Egli Company, Inc.

205 E. Columbia St. (330) 823-3666 Manufacturer of fabricated metal products. Employees: 20

Westmont, Inc.

3035 Union Ave. N.E., Minerva (330) 862-3080 www.westmontinc.com Since 1985, Westmont has been the preferred anti-static electricity brush supplier to manufacturers that need an electrostatic discharge from their devices. Employees: 3

Whitacre Greer Company, Inc.

1400 S. Mahoning Ave., (330) 823-1610 www.wgpaver.com Whitacre Greer is a small, boutique-type manufacturer of fired-clay paving brick and firebrick, specializing in short production runs of many unique items. Employees: 55

Winkle Industries, Inc.

2080 W. Main St. (330) 823-9730 www.winkleindustries.com Since 1949, Winkle Industries has been a trusted and leading supplier of “below-the-hook” lifting devices, mechanical and electrical crane products, ground-mounted material handling equipment and aftermarket services for various industrial markets worldwide. Employees: 85

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hat slogan was one of the many ways that friends and fellow businessmen Chuck Grove, Tom Lavery and Joe Mastroianni promoted their businesses and Alliance as a whole in the 1960s, ‘70s and ‘80s.

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The three Carnation City icons would be proud of what’s going on along State Street these days. In 2015, no less than 12 new businesses opened or were soon to open their doors, while another longtime operation changed its location, moving into a brand new building. Inside College Plaza, on the east side of Alliance, Planet Fitness opened to great anticipation after announcing nearly a year before that it would be taking up residence in one of the empty storefronts. College Plaza, located a 1100 E. State St., was once a premiere shopping center in the area, and is enjoying a resurgence with the opening of the workout facility as well as announced plans for Family, Farm and Home, an agricultural retail store, to move into another one of its large storefronts that has been vacant for 14 years. Traveling west a few blocks, Mr. Hero returned to Alliance, opening a store at 437 E. State St. Also making a return to the Carnation City was Buffalo Wild Wings, one of six new businesses that opened at the Mount Union Gateway development, located between Clark Avenue and Shunk Avenue, across from the University of Mount Union. Other new businesses inside the Gateway development include Farmers National Bank, a T-Mobile outlet and Orange Leaf, a frozen yogurt shop. A Papa Gyro’s restaurant and a Georgio’s Pizza were also expected to open at the site by 2016. A little farther to the west, a new GetGo convenience store and gas station opened inside the Buckeye Marketplace, located in the 1800 block of West State Street. Across the street, in a lot that once housed a trucking company, sprang up three new buildings, including a fourstory, 86-room Hampton Inn, an O’Reilly Auto Parts store and a Wendy’s, which relocated from another site on State Street. A block west, Hibbett Sports, a sporting goods retailer specializing in footwear, equipment and apparel, took up residence in the Kohl’s plaza. Farther west, a Starbuck’s coffee shop was constructed at the intersection of State Street and Freshley Avenue, across from Carnation City Mall, which also had Carnation Comic Book as well as Oasis Book and Music and Home Coffee open inside its facility.

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IN DOWNTOWN

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he area along Main Street and Market Street was already home to the Firehouse Theater, Paris Gallery and Studio and Jupiter Studios as well as a pair of one-of-a-kind attractions – the Troll Hole Art Emporium and Gift Shop and the Cat Fanciers’ Association Foundation Feline Historical Museum. However, some new pieces of public art unveiled in 2015 are bringing it all together thanks to the efforts of 20/20 Vision Alliance, a planned partnership between ArtsinStark and the University of Mount Union designed to foster economic development and downtown revitalization with a little help from arts and history. Drawing on Alliance’s origins through the railroad, the downtown area has once again been dubbed “The Crossing,” an early name for the settlement near the current downtown area due to the fact that two major railroads intersected there in 1850. A mini-mural, painted by local artist Dirk Rozich, hangs at the entrance of the Alliance Area Chamber of Commerce office, declaring the area as such. To honor that past, six public art bicycle racks crafted by artist Joseph Close to resemble steam locomotives have been spaced along Main Street. Close, whose work can be seen nationwide, fashioned the racks from recycled steel donated by PSC Metals Inc. He also painted 12 mini masterpieces of Alliance icons in the puffs of smoke on each piece. The images, two per rack, include a Taylorcraft airplane, a Morgan Engineering crane, a troll for the Troll Hole, a cat for the Cat Fanciers’ Association Foundation Feline Historical Museum, the Haines House, the Glamorgan Castle, Alliance Community Hospital, Chapman Hall at the University of Mount Union, the Marchand Opera House, the Mabel Hartzell Historic Home, a historic downtown bank and a scarlet carnation. A mural of a steam locomotive, created by Canton artist Thomas Morgan, hangs on the west side of the Carnation Cleaners building at 121 E. Main St., to enhance the theme. Another piece of public art commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Alliance Area Chamber of Commerce. The mounted mural, also created by Morgan, is on display outside the chamber office. The painting features some key chamber-related icons

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— the Lexington Hotel, which served as the first chamber office; Columbia Theater, the site of the first annual meeting; William Henry Morgan, the chamber’s first president; a chamber float from the first Carnation Festival Grand Parade; Chapman Hall, representing the University of Mount Union, one of the chamber’s eight charter members; and images representing the railroad industry — in color surrounding a black and white central “portal to the past.” During its dedication, Alliance Mayor Alan Andreani called the mural a “kickoff” to what officials are trying to do downtown. Robb Hankins, CEO of ArtsinStark, said downtown Alliance has much potential. “This downtown has more raw potential than any other downtown in just two blocks,” said Hankins during the mural’s dedication. “It just needs to be discovered.” Over the last few years, the downtown area has become a destination spot for various activities, including a concert series featuring local and regional bands at the Caboose, located at Main Street and Mechanic Avenue, on most Friday nights during the summer. The same area is transformed into a farmers market on Saturday mornings from June through October. A Fiber Fest — 10 hours of art, culture and entertainment — was held in 2015 in downtown Alliance. It was the eighth year for the event in the city, but the first held in the downtown district.

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MUSEUMS & GALLERIES ALLIANCE HISTORICAL BLACK HISTORY MUSEUM — The museum showcases black residents from the Alliance area, including the city’s first black physician K.T. Thompson; Curvis Rhyne, whose 48 years on city council made him one of Ohio’s longest-serving public servants; and Charlie Everett, whose flamboyant style of directing traffic on State Street became a national sensation, earning him a spot on “Candid Camera.” Tributes to inventors, musicians and authors, as well as state and national politics, can also be found within the museum’s walls. The museum is located at 222 S. Arch Ave. For more information, call (330) 257-5782. BEEGHLY HALL GALLERY — Located inside the University of Mount Union’s Beeghly Hall, located at the intersection of State Street and Clark Avenue, the facility hosts various exhibits throughout the year. Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For information, call (330) 823-4968. ENCHANTED THREADS FIBER ARTS STUDIO — Visitors to Enchanted Threads Fiber Arts Studio, an offshoot of the Troll Hole Art Emporium and Gift Shop, will find everything they need from the raw materials to make their own creations to finished products by highly skilled crafters in the fiber arts. The studio is the site of Wednesday night classes in everything from knitting to crocheting and felting. Located at 40 N. Arch Ave., the building stands out as it appears to wrapped in yarn. Open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays and also by special request, Enchanted Threads also features a rendition of how wool is manufactured, called The Maaafia Wool Shop by resident artist David McDowell. For more information, call (330) 596-1157 or (330) 929-1071.

are by appointment only. Call (330) 913-8665 or visit www. fredleevotaw.com for more information. SALLY OTTO ART GALLERY — Located in the Giese Center for Performing Arts at the University of Mount Union, the corner of Union Avenue and Simpson Street, the gallery features exhibitions of work by students, faculty and professionals throughout the academic year. For more information, visit www.mountunion.edu. STUDIO 214 — Located at 214 S. Arch Ave., the venue periodically features the work of owners Priscilla Roggenkamp and Keith McMahon as well as other local fiber artists. For more information, visit www.studio-twofourteen.com. TROLL HOLE ART EMPORIUM AND GIFT SHOP — Featured in the Guinness World Records for the largest troll doll collection, the Troll Hole offers visitors a 45-minute guided tours to learn about the mythical history of troll origins. Located at 222 E. Main St. and 228 E. Main St., visitors can view owner Sherry Groom’s troll collection, visit the gift shop and enjoy drinks at a chocolate cafe, which offers European drinking chocolate, hand-crafted coffees, gourmet tea and smoothies. Cost for tours is $10 for adults, $8 for seniors, and $6 for children ages 6-12. Normal hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. To arrange a tour, call (330) 596-1157 or (330) 929-1071. The facility was founded as part of the Arts for Alzheimer’s organization, created by Groom to help bridge the gap between the arts and the population in the community that has Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. The website is www.thetrollhole.com.

FELINE HISTORICAL MUSEUM — The Feline Historical Museum, operated by the Cat Fanciers’ Association Foundation, occupies the ground floor of former Midland-Buckeye Savings and Loan building at 260 E. Main St. The museum’s collection includes approximately 165 Maneki Nekos, Japanese figurines also called fortune cats, as well as photographs, paintings, prints and sculptures by renowned artists. The facility also houses a non-lending library and research room, which contains more than 1,400 books available for on-site review. The museum can be reached at (330) 680-4444. For more information, visit www.felinehistoricalfoundation.org.

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT CARNATION CITY PLAYERS – For over half a century, the Carnation City Players have been producing popular shows for Alliance theater lovers. Plays are performed in the historical Firehouse Theater, a restored firehouse in downtown Alliance. The community theater holds auditions for locals who have a knack for acting, and puts on several performances a year. Firehouse Theater is located at 450 E. Market St. Call 821-5678 for more information, or visit www.carnationcityplayers.org. ALLIANCE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA – For more than two decades, the Alliance Symphony Orchestra has been uniting area musicians to perform both classical and contemporary compositions for the community. The orchestra, with approximately 70 musicians, is made up of professionals, high school and college students, educators and community members. The Alliance Symphony Orchestra’s big band entity performs modern classics several times a year in the Alliance area. For general information or a concert schedule, call (330) 829-8102 or visit www.alliancesymphony.org.

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Alliance Youthful Chamber Orchestra, founded in 1992, was originally known as the Youth Chamber Orchestra. The group is comprised of string musicians of all ages who play violin, viola and cello. The independent nonprofit organization is always seeking new members. The group performs twice a year. For more information or to make a donation, email allianceyouthfulchamber@gmail.com. GIESE CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS — Located on the University of Mount Union campus at the corner of Union Avenue and Simpson Street, the facility is home to the Gallaher Black Box Theater, which can host an array of events, including improve theater, theater in the round, small ensemble recitals and dance performances; the Brush Performance Hall, a prosceniumstyle performance theater with seating for 450 on its lower level and balcony; and Presser Recital Hall, which features a three-manual organ. For event information, visit www. mountunion.edu. JUPITER STUDIOS – Jupiter Studios is a downtown venue that offers performing arts, workshops, music, a community art gallery and fundraising event space. One can book it for private parties, as well as utilize the facility’s recording studio or even order from their diverse menu of pizzas, salads or sandwiches. Open from 4 to 11 p.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays, Jupiter Studios is located at 346 E. Main St. For more information, call (330) 829-3399 or visit www. jupiterstudios.org.

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GLAMORGAN CASTLE — Built in 1904 by Col. William Henry Morgan, Glamorgan Castle is one of Alliance’s most well-known landmarks. Tours, given by the Castle Crusaders, are offered to the public and highlight rooms decorated in Italian Renaissance, French Empire, Louis XV, Elizabethan and Japanese styles. Named after the birthplace of Morgan’s father, Glamorgan County in Wales, the Castle sits on 50 acres with 110 tons of structural steel and 96 train car loads of Vermont marble. The estate is now home to the Alliance City Schools. Glamorgan Castle is located at 200 Glamorgan St. Call 330-821-2100 for information. HAINES HOUSE — The Alliance Area Preservation Society maintains the Haines House, an Underground Railroad site located in Alliance. The house, owned by Jonathan Ridgeway Haines and Sarah Grant Haines, provided a safe haven for fugitive slaves but also served as a meeting place for many abolitionist gatherings. A well-documented young people’s meeting was held there in 1859 along with several other abolitionist conventions throughout the 1860s. The preservation society offers tours to visitors who will see a traditional 1800s home, a refuge area where slaves were hidden and several period toys, including a doll that was used to signal danger to escaping slaves. The Haines House is located at 186 W. Market St. Call 330-829-4668.

MABEL HARTZELL HISTORIC HOME – The Mabel Hartzell Historic Home was the home of Mabel Hartzell, a significant woman in Alliance who helped to found the Alliance Historical Society. Hartzell bequeathed her home and its contents to the society to be maintained as a museum for future generations. The Victorian-style home offers a glimpse of life in the late 1800s and early 1900s, and the society has many more photographs, documents and artifacts in its collection that is house in Rodman Public Library and online at www.alliancememory.org. In addition to founding the historical society, Hartzell also founded Alliance’s chapter of the American Red Cross and the Alliance Woman’s Club. The home offers visitors an opportunity to see a home filled with relics from the turn of the 19th century. Tours of the Hartzell home, 840 N. Park Ave., are available by calling 330-823-1677.

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City of ALLIANCE

At Large: Roger Rhome (R) At Large: James Edwards (R) Clerk of Council: Gerald Yost (appointed by council)

OTHER ELECTED OFFICIALS

CITY OF ALLIANCE The City Administration Building is located at 504 E. Main St. and can be reached by calling (330) 821-3110. The following is a directory of elected officials, boards and commissions and other administrators that serve the city of Alliance as of Dec. 1, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit www.cityofalliance.com. Mayor: Alan Andreani (R), (330) 821-3110.

MEMBERS OF COUNCIL City Council meets in regular session every first and third Monday of the month in the chambers of the Alliance Municipal Court, located at 470 E. Market St., (330) 821-3110. President: Art Garnes (R) 1st Ward: Sheila K. Cherry (D) 2nd Ward: Cindy King (D) 3rd Ward: Lawrence A. Dordea (R) 4th Ward: Don Kline (R) At Large: Julie Jakmides (R)

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SAFETY-SERVICE DIRECTOR: Mike Dreger, 504 E. Main St., Second Floor, (330) 821-3110. POLICE CHIEF: Scott Griffith, 470 E. Market St., (330) 823-5532. FIRE CHIEF: Jason Hunt, 63 E. Broadway St., (330) 8211213. FIRE INSPECTOR: Guy Aumend, 63 E. Broadway St., (330) 821-1213. HEALTH COMMISSIONER: Randall Flint, 537 E. Market St., (330) 821-7373. PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR: Joe Mazzola, 504 E. Main St., (330) 829-2235. STREET SUPERINTENDENT: Kenny Rhome, 601 Noble St., (330) 823-3133. WATER TREATMENT PLANT SUPERINTENDENT: Dean Reynolds, 12251 Rockhill Ave. N.E., (330) 829-2241. WATER DISTRIBUTION SUPERINTENDENT: Doug Hastings, 1010 N. Walnut St., (330) 823-5216. WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT SUPERINTENDENT: Joe Amabeli, 12251 Rockhill Ave. N.E., (330) 829-2220. PARKS AND CITY CEMETERY DIRECTOR: Kim Cox, 2930 S. Union Ave., (330) 823-6159. LITTER CONTROL AND KEEP ALLIANCE BEAUTIFUL COORDINATOR: Andrea Lee, 504 E. Main St., (330) 829-2235. INCOME TAX ADMINISTRATOR: David Brown, 504 E. Main St., (330) 821-9190. SENIOR CITIZEN CENTER DIRECTOR: Helen Miller, 602 W. Vine St., (330) 821-3348.

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Boards and Commissions, effective as of Dec. 1, 2015: All boards and commissions meet at the city administration building, 504 E. Main St., unless otherwise noted. Terms for some members may have expired and new members appointed. For the most up-to-date information, visit www. allianceohio.com. BOARD OF CONTROL: Meets each Friday at noon as needed. Mayor and safety-service director. BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS: Meets at 4:30 p.m. on the third Tuesday of each month at the city administration building. Five mayor-appointed, council-approved

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Alliance COMMUNITY GUIDE • 2016-2017 21 members serve five-year terms. David Lundgren (2015), Jim Edwards (2016), Arnold Hirvela (2017), Mike Aeling (2017), Tom Moushey (2018). CONTRACTOR LICENSING BOARD: Meets as needed. Five members, appointed by mayor, including three contractors. Three-year terms. Rick Fluharty, Doug Shields, Cherie Rodifer, John Andress, Craig Bolog. HEALTH BOARD: Meets at 7:30 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month at the Health Department office, 537 E. Market St. Five mayor-appointed, council-approved members serve five-year terms. John Park, M.D. (2015), Patricia Tucker, D.V.M. (2017), Tonia Martin, R.N.C. (2017), Beth CanfieldSimbro (2018), Rob Gress (2019). PARK BOARD: Meets at 2:30 p.m. on the third Tuesday of each month at park office, 2930 S. Union Ave. Three members are appointed by the mayor. Cheryl Lundgren (2015), Harry Paidas (2016), Gary King (2017). PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE BOARD OF APPEALS: Meets as needed at the city administration building. Five members and up to three alternates are appointed by the mayor and approved by council. Five-year terms. Arnold Hirvela (2015), Vince Obmann (2015), Ralph Fluharty (2015), James Burmeister (2015), Craig Bolog (2015), Dustin Hatherill (2015). WATER SEWER ADVISORY BOARD: Meets at 9 a.m. on the first Monday of each quarter (March, June, September and December) at the city administration building. includes two at large members appointed by council, one member appointed by the safety-service director, one member appointed by the three largest water users of previous year and three council members of the utilities committee. Dave Dreger, Dave Puterbaugh, Mark Locke, Dale Wells, Don Kline, Cindy King, Sheila Cherry. CITIZENS RELATIONS COMMISSION: Meets as needed in city administration building. Seven members serve threeyear terms. President of council, law director, safety/judiciary chairman, four members appointed by mayor and approved by council. Michael Tangi (2016), Vivian Snodgrass (2016), Rev. Bobby Williams (2016) and vacant. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION: Meets at 12:15 p.m. on last Tuesday or Thursday of the month as needed in the city administration building. Three members appointed by mayor with council’s approval serve six-year terms. Renee Young (2016), Joyce Lamb (2018), John Blaser (2019). GREEN COMMISSION: Meets at 4:30 p.m. on the second Monday of every month at the city administration building. Nine members include six appointed by mayor with council approval, one designated by park board, one designated by planning commission and one designated by shade tree commission. Three-year terms. Tiffany Gravlee (2015), Lori Kumler (2015), Steve Kramer (2016), Chuck McClaugherty (2016), Pat Stone (2016), Vacant (2017), Andrea Sapp, Kim Henderson, Mike Greiner. HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION: Meets at 3:30 p.m. on the fourth Wednesday of each month at city administration building. Five members are appointed by mayor with council approval to three-year terms. Amado Sandoval (2015), Martha McClaugherty (2016), Robby Barnhouse (2017), Kris Benedetti (2017), Robb Hyde (2017). KEEP ALLIANCE BEAUTIFUL COMMISSION: Meets at 5 p.m. on fourth Monday of each month at park office, 2930 S. Union Ave. The safety-service director is a permanent, non-voting exofficio member and serves along with 10 greater Alliance area residents that are nominated by the mayor and approved by council for two-year terms. Members, who represent various

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day at 110 Central Plaza S., Canton, OH 44702. Janet Weir Creighton (R), Richard Regula (R). Replacement to fill term of Tom Bernabei (I), who was elected mayor of Canton, not named at time of publication, (330) 451-7371. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR: Brant A. Luther (appointed by commissioners), (330) 451-7581. SHERIFF: George Maier (D), 4500 Atlantic Blvd., Canton, OH 44705. (330) 430-3800. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY: John D. Ferrero (D), 110 Central Plaza S., Suite 510,Canton, OH 44702. (330) 451-7897. AUDITOR: Alan Harold (R), 110 Central Plaza S., Suite 220, Canton, OH 44702. (330) 451-7357. RECORDER: Rick Campbell (D), 110 Central Plaza S., Suite 170, Canton, OH 44702. (330) 451-7443. TREASURER: Alexander Zumbar (R), 110 Central Plaza S., Suite 250, Canton, OH 44702. (330) 451-7814 ENGINEER: Keith Bennett (D), 5165 Southway St. S.W., Canton, OH 44706. (330) 477-6781. CORONER: Dr. P.S. Murthy (D), 4500 Atlantic Blvd. N.E., Canton, OH 44705. (330) 451-1366. CLERK OF COMMON PLEAS COURT: Louis P. Giavasis (D), Stark County Courthouse, 115 Central Plaza N., Canton, OH 44702. (330) 451-7801. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS (GENERAL): Judge Kristin G. Farmer (R), Judge Frank G. Forchione (D), Judge John G. Haas (D), Judge Taryn L. Heath (D), Judge Chryssa N. Hartnett (D). Mailing address: 115 Central Plaza N., Suite 400, Canton OH 44702. Courthouse is located at 101 W. Tuscarawas St., Canton, OH 44702. (330) 451-7931. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS (FAMILY): Judge Jim D. James (R), Judge Michael L. Howard (R), Judge Rosemarie A. Hall (R), 110 Central Plaza S., Suite 601, Canton, OH 44702. (330) 451-7415. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS (PROBATE): Judge Dixie Park (R), 110 Central Plaza S., Suite 501, Canton, OH 44702. (330) 451-7755. FIFTH DISTRICT COURT OF APPEALS: Judge W. Scott Gwin (D), Judge William B. Hoffman (D), Judge Sheila G. Farmer (R), Judge John W. Wise (R), Judge Patricia A. Delaney (D), Judge Craig B. Baldiwn (R), (330) 451-7765

STATE GOVERNMENT as of Dec. 1, 2015

GOVERNOR: John Kasich (R), Riffe Center, 30th Floor, 77 S. High St., Columbus, OH 43215, (614) 466-3555. LT. GOVERNOR: Mary Taylor (R), Riffe Center, 30th Floor, 77 S. High St., Columbus, OH 43215, (614) 466-3379. ATTORNEY GENERAL: Mike DeWine (R), 30 E. Broad St., 14th Floor, Columbus, OH 43215, (614) 466-4986. SECRETARY OF STATE: Jon Husted (R), 180 E. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43266, (614) 466-2655. AUDITOR: Dave Yost, 88 E. Broad St., 5th Floor, Columbus, OH 43215, (614) 466-4514. TREASURER: Josh Mandel (R), 30 E. Broad St., 10th Floor, Columbus, OH, (614) 466-2160. STATE SENATOR: Scott Oeslager, (R-29th District), Senate Building, 1 Capitol Square, 1st Floor, Columbus, OH 43215, (614) 466-0626. STATE REPRESENTATIVE: Christina Hagan (R-50th District), 77 S. High St., 13th Floor, Columbus, OH 43215, (614) 466-9078.

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U.S. SENATORS: Sherrod Brown (D), 713 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510, (202) 224-2315. Rob Portman (R), 448 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510, 202-224-3353. U.S. REPRESENTATIVES: Tim Ryan (D-13th District), 1421 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, D.C., 20515, (202) 225-5261. Has offices in Akron, Warren and Youngstown. Bob Gibbs (R-7th District), 329 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515, (202) 225-6265. Also offices in Ashland and Canton.

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For a community its size, Alliance has much to offer its residents in the way of parks. The Department of Parks, Recreation and Public Lands maintains 220 acres of parklands at more than 20 different sites, ranging from small neighborhood green spaces, to several miniparks, to the 60-acre Butler-Rodman Park and Silver Park, which is considered the crown jewel of the Alliance park system. The newest attraction at the Alliance facilities, however, is an $88,000 amphitheater that was erected in 2015 at Maple Beach Park, located at 1295 Reed St. The pavilionstyle structure features indoor and outdoor seating with a wooded area as the backdrop. Maple Beach, which also features basketball courts, is one of six main parks in the system that also includes Earley’s Hill Park, located at 122 E. Vine St., which is a popular spot in the summer for baseball and softball games. Thompson-Snodgrass Park, located at 748 E. Cambridge

St., is one of the more unique destinations in the parks system due to its brightly colored murals. The location, which also features a large pavilion and playground equipment, is the site each summer of a large basketball tournament. Memorial Park, located at 746 E. State St., offers two of the more unique attractions the Alliance parks have to offer — a disc golf course and a skate park — in addition to basketball courts and picnic areas. Butler-Rodman Park, located at 2295 W. State St., features many shelters and playground equipment scattered around several baseball fields that host Hot Stove League state tournament baseball games each summer. Meanwhile, Silver Park, located at 2930 S. Union Ave., is the site of many activities throughout the year, including the city’s Fourth of July celebration, youth fishing tournaments at Kidwell Lake which is also home to many ducks, and Days in the Park, held in conjunction with the Greater Alliance Carnation Festival. Silver Park offers visitors playgrounds, several shelters for meetings and reunions, including a log cabin, and baseball and softball fields, and basketball and tennis courts. Most of the shelters at Alliance parks can be reserved for a small fee by calling (330) 823-6159. The Friends of Alliance Parks is a key supporter of the parks system, donating both time and money to special projects and programs, such as an annual Easter egg hunt at Butler-Rodman Park and a fall festival at Silver Park. The Robertson Community Center also provides area residents and visitors to Alliance with recreation opportunities in the summer. The complex, located at 1005 E. State St., includes a heated swimming pool, a children’s spray park, a clubhouse for parties of up to 250 people, a basketball court and two volleyball courts. For more information about the Robertson Community Center, call (330) 821-3088. n

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lliance Community Hospital (ACH), a nonprofit hospital that was founded in 1901, is licensed for 204 beds, including 68 nursing home/transitional care beds that are found in an attached, long-term care facility, Community Care Center. ACH is fully accredited by The Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program (HFAP) and offers a quality medical staff of more than 150 active and covering physicians. Once thought of as one building, Alliance Community Hospital has an entire campus bordered by Union Avenue (State Route 183) to the west, State Street (U.S. Route 62) to the south, Arch Avenue to the east, and Rice Street to the north, as well as many affiliates that provide services to complement its mission. Affiliates of Alliance Community Hospital include Alliance Community Medical Foundation, which includes family and specialized physicians; Visiting Nurses Association (VNA) and Hospice; Caring Hands; Community Care Center (CCC); Senior Care Unit; Inpatient Rehabilitation Services; Alliance Institute of Musculoskeletal

Medicine (AIMM); After Hours Care and Urgent Care, which includes satellite operations in Alliance, Louisville and Minerva; Wound Care; Pain Management; Digestive Health; MEDS Clinic (Medications, Education, Diet, Support); Aultman Heart Center; and Telestroke in cooperation with Akron General Hospital, a Cleveland Clinic affiliate. A major distinction is that ACH is recognized as the only Planetree hospital in Ohio. “Planetree means that we offer the ultimate in patientcentered care by striving to fully attend to the physical, spiritual and emotional needs of our patients,” explained Scott Ingledue, chairman of the Citizens Health Awareness board of trustees. “It may sound trite, but we mean it when we say that we treat our patients as our guests.” As an independent community hospital, ACH has been able to adapt to the changing health care environment. Realizing that it cannot be all things to all people, the hospital has focused its attention recently in the areas of wellness, preventative care, education, acute care, postacute care and rehabilitation. Moreover, the hospital has forged strategic partnerships with other educational and health care facilities to strengthen its ability to serve the community.

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Numerous clubs and organizations help serve Alliance. The following is a directory of clubs and organizations that are active in the Alliance area. When presidents or heads of organizations change, please notify The Review so it can update its information. If your club or organization was omitted, notify The Review at (330) 821-1200. AARP — Haven Ackley, President, (330) 823-6011, 1130 S. Mahoning. Alliance Area Concert Association — Season subscriptions $40, Claire and Virgil Springer, Co-Presidents. (330) 938-7989, av1997pro@aol.com, www.allianceconcerts.org. Alliance Area Preservations Society — The Haines House, 186 West Market Street. Open for tours on the first full weekend of every month, Sat. from 10-12, Sun. from 1 to 3 p.m. or by appointment. (330) 823-5353. www. haineshouse.org. Alliance Area Ulster Project of Alliance — P.O. Box 3224, Alliance, Tim Young, past president (330) 806-4778. Alliance Area Retired Teachers Association — Meets the third Friday of April, June, July, September, October and December. Diana Moore, president (330) 935-2945, Marolyn Korte, Membership chair (330) 938-1510, Marilyn Preas, secretary (330) 823-4763. Alliance Amateur Radio Club — Meets at 7:30 p.m. on the second Wednesday of the month at Alliance Community Hospital. P.O. Box 3344, Alliance, OH 44601. John Myers, (330) 36-5021. www.w8lky.org. Email info@w8lky.org. Alliance Association of Office Professionals — Meets

the second Wednesday of the month at Robertson’s Heating Supply. Sue Neil (330) 821-9180. (Formerly Alliance Association of Secretaries). Alliance Association of University Women — Meets the first Tuesday of the month at noon at the YWCA. Hilary Johnston, (330) 823-9280. Alliance Choruses Union — c/o 652 N. Webb, Mrs. Deru Johnson, (330)821-0624. Meets 1st Monday of the month 6 p.m. at New Zion Baptist Church. Alliance of Churches — 470 East Broadway St., (330) 829-9294. David Daniels, Director Open 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. allianceofchurches@gmail.com Alliance Community Hospital Volunteers — 200 E. State St., (330) 596-7821, Michele Quinn, volunteer coordinator. Continued on page 26

Hospital.. Continued from page 24 The perception that one only goes to a hospital only when one is ill is no longer valid. Hospital officials have become increasingly sensitive to educating the public about wellness and preventative care as a means of creating a healthy community. However, when the need arises, ACH takes great pride in being able to treat and, if necessary, refer patients for excellent health treatment plans. For example, partnerships have been established with the University of Mount Union to expand an already successful health care coaches program; Aultman Hospital to establish the Aultman Heart Center at Alliance Community Hospital; and Akron General Hospital, an affiliate of the Cleveland Clinic, for an innovative Telestroke program to benefit those admitted to the ACH emergency room. In all of the above cases, ACH officials have carefully evaluated the affiliates and have made arrangements to assure the best in patient-centered care. According to Alliance Community Hospital CEO Stan Jonas, “Colleagues take great pride in establishing an environment of patient-centered care. Planetree, to us, is more than a designation. It is the way we operate. All of our colleagues undergo Planetree training to assure consistent, compassionate care.” Alliance Community Hospital is located at 200 E. State St. For more information, call (330) 596-6000, or visit the website at www.achosp.org.

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Alliance Community Pantry — 215 E. Market. Open 4 days a week. Provide food assistance to residents in the 44601 zip codes For more information call the pantry at (330) 680-8130. Alliance Farmers’ Market — On the corner of Main Street and Mechanic Aves. mid-June through MidOctober. www.alliancefarmersmarket.com. Alliance High School Foundation — P.O. Box 3123, Alliance, President Sarah Brown, www.ahsalumnifoundation.org Alliance Historical Society — P.O. Box 2044, Alliance, call (330) 821-5596 or (330)821-2665 ext. 101 for more information. Alliance Manufacturing Ladies Retirees Plus — Meets the second Monday of the month at 9:30 a.m. at Blue Fig Casual Dining 2340 W. State St. On the second Monday of July meet at the restaurant at 11:30 a.m. for lunch. Pauline Detchon, president, (330) 821-5220. Alliance Music Study Club — 10945 Nellabrook Ave. NE, Alice, OH 44601, (330) 823-4143. President, Mary Alliance Gwynne, maryguynne@sprintmail.com. Alliance Neighborhood Center — 405 S. Linden Ave., Suite 200, Alliance, (330) 829-0673. Alliance Symphony Orchestra — P.O. Box 3836, (330) 206-6428, Cynthia Kreiner, orchestra manager. www.alliancesymphony.org Alliance Youth-ful Chamber Orchestra — David Daniels, (330) 257-2440 or youthfulchamber@gmail.com. Multi generational string orchestra. No auditions necessary.

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Alzheimer’s Association, Alliance Support Group — Rodman Public Library 215 E. Broadway St. Meets monthly, last Thursday of the month at 2:00 p.m. caregiver support, 1-800-272-3900. American Cancer Society — Regional Office, 525 N. Broad St. Canfield, 888-227-6446, extension 2222. American Legion, Post 166 — 141 W. Main St., (330) 821-0433. Harley Nutter, manager. Arts for Alzheimers — Meets from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Mondays at Villa Maria Dementia Care, 122 E. College St., (330) 829-0221. Aviator Sports Boosters — Meets the first Monday of every month at 7 p.m. in the Alliance High School teachers’ lounge. Contact P.O. Box 3332, Alliance OH 44601. (330) 823-9452. President Stephanie Pietrocola-Unckrich. Carnation City Twirlers — P.O. Box 3705, Alliance OH 44601, Director Patty Noll, (330) 257-2076. Castle Crusaders — castle tours, (330) 821-2100. For further details on the history of the Glamorgan castle, visit www.rodman.lib.oh.us/chamber/castle.htm. Calligraphers Alliance — Meets at 7:30 p.m. the third Thursday of the month at the YWCA, 239 E. Market St. President, Phyllis Lee, (330) 938-9143. Cantell Elks Lodge, No. 1417 — 735 Ash St., (330) 823-0020. Albert Carter, exalted ruler. Carnation City Players — Firehouse Theater, 450 E. Market St., Kathy Gray-Farthing, President, (330) 8218712. www.carnationcityplayers.org for reservations. Christopher Columbus Society — 505 S. Liberty Ave., (330) 823-0007. Meets the second Sunday of the month at 10 a.m. in the clubroom. Dan Leone, president. Community Fellowship — Free dinners for the community every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month, from 5:30-6:30. Located at B.L. Miller Elementary School and the FA Community Center in the summer. Contact Lynn Moore at (330) 257-3495 for more information. Conrad Lodge No. 271 Free & Accepted Masons of Ohio — Meets first and third Tuesday each month, September thru June, 7:30 p.m., at the Alliance Masonic Temple, 144 S. Linden Ave. Mike Zigler, Secretary, (330) 823-5181. Cosmopolitan Club — Meets the second Thursday of the month at 7:30 p.m. at Abiding Savior Lutheran Church. Amanda Keller, (330) 821-8000. Dante Alighieri Mutual Benefit Society — 817 E. Oxford St., Alliance, (330) 823-0165, Bill Willard, President. Disabled American Veterans (DAV #50) — 9540 McCallum Ave. N.E., (330) 823-0868. DAV Cleveland National Service officers (216) 522-3507. Democratic Club, Alliance — Meets the first Thursday of the month at Frank’s Family Restaurant. Meet at 6 p.m., meeting at 7 p.m. Brian Simeone (330) 575-6879. Domestic Violence Shelter — (330) 823-7223. Eagles, Fraternal Order of — 154 E. Main St.,P.O. Box 2666, (330) 823-1045. Billy Ray Reese, president. Early Childhood Education Alliance — 285 W Oxford St. Alliance, Executive Director- Susan Lucas, (330) 8291234. lucassu@alliancecityschools.org Continued on page 31

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THE UNIVERSITY OF

MOUNT UNION Where Exceptional Begins What started as “A Select School” is now “Where Exceptional Begins.”

Since its founding in 1846 as an outgrowth of a meeting of concerned citizens, the University of Mount Union has been providing quality education to students from Alliance and beyond. The four-year private institution is grounded in the liberal

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UMU... Continued from page 27 arts tradition and is affiliated with the United Methodist Church with its stated mission being “to prepare students for fulfilling lives, meaningful work and responsible citizenship.” To attain that goal, the university offers more than 60 undergraduate majors and graduate programs in physician assistant studies and educational leadership. The university is also planning a Doctor of Physical Therapy program. The average class size is 19 with a student-to-faculty ratio of 13:1. Nearly 90 percent of Mount Union’s faculty has attained a doctorate or terminal degree. Mount Union also provides more than 80 student organizations, including four fraternities and four sororities, honor societies and service organizations, intramural sports and even a student-run radio station, in which students can grow academically, socially and professionally. Athletically, Mount Union offers 11 men’s sports and 10 women’s sports that compete as the Purple Raiders in Division III of the NCAA, wearing the colors purple and white. The institution has a long tradition of excellence in sports and is best known in the sporting world for having won a record 11 national titles in football. During the 2015-2016 academic year, the university had 2,094 undergraduate students and 97 graduate students of which 50 percent were male and 50 percent were female, according to its website. Those students represent 29 states and 17 countries. Approximately 13 percent of the student population were American students of color and 3 percent were international students.

Over the past decade, the institution has invested more than $100 million in upgrading the facilities on its 123-acre campus. Most of the buildings on campus are new or newly renovated, including a natural sciences building, health and medical sciences building, performing arts center, recreation center, welcome center and apartment-style housing options. In addition to the main campus, the university also owns and operates a 162-acre nature center, located a few miles from campus. For its efforts, Mount Union is ranked among the top educational institutions in the country. In fact, 2015 marked the 25th straight year the university was mentioned as a top college by U.S. News and World Report, which ranked Mount Union eighth among Midwest Regional Colleges Mount Union was also recognized among

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STARK STATE COLLEGE

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Stark State College found a permanent home for its Alliance branch in 2015. The Canton-based institution took up residence in a new 10,000-square-foot building at 1725 S. Arch Ave., behind Alliance Community Hospital. Stark State rents the space from the hospital. In the past, Stark State had rented space in different locations and utilized lab space at Alliance High School in order to have a presence in Alliance. The new state-of-theart facility, complete with several classrooms, two computer labs, a chemistry lab and Wi-Fi throughout, gives the college the opportunity to host all of its classes under one roof. With the new building, Stark State College is able to offer more classes in Alliance, providing convenience to area students. It will also allow for growth of existing programs, such as a nursing program in which it partners with Alliance Community Hospital, as well as a dual-credit STEM Academy it offers to area high school students, who can take collegelevel chemistry and physics classes that is funded by the schools. Stark State College offers more than 230 associate degrees, options, one-year and career enhancement certificates in business and entrepreneurial studies, education, engineering technologies, health and human services, information technologies, liberal arts, mathematics and sciences.

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SHARING GREAT THINGS ABOUT ALLIANCE!

To r e a d s t o r i e s a b o u t a m a z i n g p e o p l e , o r g a n i z a t i o n s a n d b u s i n e s s e s w h o a r e M a k i n g A l l i a n c e Th e i r s o r t o s h a r e a s t o r y w i t h u s v i s i t w w w. a l l i a n c e m a ke i t yo u r s . c o m

Thanks to all of our partners who are making it possible to share what makes Alliance great. Alliance Publishing Co. Alliance Ventures Inc. Altercare of Ohio Anstine Maching Corp. Bruner Cox LLP Cassaday-Turkle-Christian Funeral Home Consumers National Bank Enviroscapes Farmer’s National Bank Goris Properties, LLC. HP Products

Huntington Bank Lavery Automotive MAC Trailer Morgan Engineering Robertson Heating Supply SES LLC Stark Community Foundation Stark State College of Technology University of Mount Union Winkle Industries, Inc.

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Alliance COMMUNITY GUIDE • 2016-2017 31 Marlboro Women’s Club — Meets the third Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. at Marlboro Christian Church. (330) 935-0737, (330) 935-2212. Marlington Athletic Boosters — Meets the first Monday of every month at Marlington High School Library. Contact (330) 823-1300. Mens Challenge— 470 E. Broadway St. Alliance. Minerva Old Bats & Red Hat, Chapter No. 1 — DeeDee Mitchell, president, (330) 868-5178. Meets once a month for lunch at various locations. Mount Union Alliance Chorale — Jane Page, Director, 1972 Clark Ave. Alliance OH 44601. (Mount Union Department of Music), (330) 823-2180. Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mount Union Women’s Club — Dottie Callender, president of the national cabinet, (330) 821-2605. Music Study Club, Alliance — Meets the first Monday of the month during November, March, April and June. Scholarship dinner will be June 7 at First Baptist Church. For more information, contact Mary Alice Gwynne, (330) 823-4143, President or Evelyn Music (330) 821-2968. Northeast Ohio Chapter of National Cervical Cancer Coalition/Celebrating Stephanie — Educational group formed to celebrate and honor the memory of Stephanie Bryant and to promote and educate others regarding cervical cancer & HPV (Human Papillomavirus) www.facebook.com/CelebratingStephanie. www.ncc-online.org PathStone — 1005 S. Arch Ave., 821-4740. Pearl Lozoya, training and employment manager. Pepin’s Place — (330) 680-4592. Nancy Hilton, ghilton52@yahoo.com Qui Vive — Joyce Lackey, President. Meets the third Wednesday of the month at YWCA at noon for lunch and a program. Membership is limited. Quota International Club of Alliance — Meets once or twice a month at the YWCA, 239 E. Market St., (330) 823-1840. Republican Club, Alliance Area — Meets the last Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at the Frank’s Family Restaurant, Mike Linihan, President (330) 823-2604. Rotary, Alliance — Meets Wednesday at 11:45 a.m. at Alliance YWCA, 239 E. Market St. Visit www.alliancerotary.org Continued on page 36

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Elks, BPO No. 467 — 606 Glamorgan St., (330) 8211510. Kim Stimmel, manager. Ladies Auxiliary to the BPO Elks No. 467 — 606 Glamorgan. President, Beth Bell. (330) 821-1510. Funtastiks’ Senior Parishioners’ Club of St. Joseph Church — (330) 823-1643. Bruce Snyder, President. Girl Scouts of Northeast Ohio — 1010 Applegrove St. N.W., North Canton, (330) 433-9485. Greater Alliance Carnation Festival — August 5th, 2016- August 21st, 2016 Greater Alliance Foundation — 960 W. State St, Suite 130, Alliance, Doug Schwarz- Executive Director. (330) 823-8560, info@greateralliancefoundation.com Green Alliance — (formerly Mayor’s Green Task Force) Co-chairs Tiffany Gravlee, 330-821-2618 and John Bienz, 330-821-0065. www.greenallianceohio.org Habitat for Humanity — 470 E. Broadway St., (330) 823-2448, Amanda Swank, director. Haines House Underground Railroad Museum — 186 W. Market St., Alliance, (330) 823-5353, Frank Barrett, president. www.haineshouse.org. Open Saturday 10:00 a.m. till noon and Sunday 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. The first full weekend of the Month. Historic Preservation — Chairman Martha McClougherty, (330) 821-6020. Hot Stove Baseball League — P.O. Box 2681, Alliance. Jim Newman, president. The Humane Society and Animal Resources Complex — (330) 332-8622. www.columbianahumane.org Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center — 16146 Daniel St. NE Minerva, mail should be directed to 1972 Clark Ave., (330) 823-7487, Adam Zorn, program coordinator. Kiwanis, Alliance — 12590 Beeson St.. Meets each Thursday at noon at YWCA. Russell Newburn, (330) 821-7877. Knights of Columbus — Meets the first and third Thursdays of the month at 7:30 p.m. at the Schwartz Center of St. Joseph Catholic church. Frank Popvich, grand knight. Lions Club, Alliance — 22625 St. Rt. 62, Alliance, OH, 44601. Meets every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at Miles Branch Grange. Elvin Barnett, (330) 821-1386. Little Aviators — 1185 S. Mahoning Ave., (330) 2247952. Dale Dickson.

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Alliance Area Chamber of Commerce ................................B-6 Alliance City Cemetery......................A-5 Alliance Community Hospital ............C-6 Alliance Country Club ......................D-6 Alliance HS ......................................C-5 Alliance MS ......................................D-5 Alliance Review ................................C-6 Beech Creek Botanical Garden ........D-2 Butler Rodman Park..........................C-3 Carnation City Mall ..........................D-3 Chase Professional Center ................C-5 Early Hill Park ..................................A-6 Farmers Market ................................B-6 Glamorgan Castle ............................C-5 Key Bank Square..............................D-5 Maple Beach Park ............................B-6 Marlington HS ..................................B-1 Marlington MS..................................B-1 Memorial Park ..............................C,D-6 Mt. Union Gateway ..........................D-5 Northside ES ....................................B-5 Post Office........................................B-6 Regina Coeli School..........................C-5 Silver Park........................................D-6 South Lincoln ES ..............................B-5 The Market Place ............................D-4 Thompson Snodgrass Park ..............B-6 University of Mount Union ................C-5 WalMart............................................C-3

Alliance Area Street Index

11TH ST ..........................................C-6 12TH ST ..........................................C-6 12TH ST, E ......................................C-6 1ST ST ............................................C-6 23RD ST ..........................................D-5 24TH ST ..........................................D-5 2ND ST............................................D-5 3RD ST ............................................B-6

4TH ST ............................................B-6 5TH ST ............................................B-6 AEBI AVE..........................................B-6 AGNES ST NE ..................................B-2 ALDEN AVE ..................................C-7,8 ANN ST............................................B-6 ANSLEY ST ......................................D-3 ANTRAM AVE ..................................D-5 APPLE AVE ......................................B-6 ARCH ST..........................................C-6 ARCH ST, S ..................................D,C-6 ARDMORE DR ..................................A-5 AMOUR ST NE..................................A-6 ASBESTOS DR..................................A-5 ASH ST ............................................B-6 ASHLAND AVE..................................B-5 ASHWOOD DR ..................................E-5 ATHLETIC RD ..................................D-5 AUBURN PL......................................C-6 AULD ST ..........................................C-6 AULTMAN AVE..................................C-5 AVALON AVE ....................................C-6 AYLIFF AVE ......................................B-6 BAILEY CT........................................B-7 BANDY RD ......................................B-8 BANDY RD.,S. ..................................D-8 BARCUS AVE NE ..............................B-2 BEECH ST ........................................B-6 BEECH ST E ....................................E-6 BEECH ST W ................................E-2,4 BEECHNUT AVE ................................E-4 BEECHVIEW RD................................D-4 BEECHWOOD AVE ............................D-5 BEESON ST ..................................B-4,5 BELLFLOWER DR ..........................B-1,4 BELVIEW LN ....................................C-6 BENNINGTON RD NE ........................B-4 BETZ AVE ........................................B-4 BEULA ST NE ..................................B-2 BIRCHWOOD DR ..............................B-4 BLENHEIM AVE ................................D-4 BOLTON ST ......................................A-5 BONAIR AVE NE................................A-5

BOND AVE........................................D-4 BONNIEVIEW AVE ............................C-5 BRACE AVE ......................................B-8 BRAYTON AVE ..................................D-6 BREIT ST..........................................A-1 BRIARCLIFF AVE ..............................C-4 BRIARWOOD RD ..............................C-5 BRICKYARD RD ................................B-8 BROADWAY ST, E ............................C-6 BROADWAY ST, W ............................B-4 BUCKEYE AVE ..................................B-5 BURT AVE ........................................C-6 BURTON AVE....................................D-5 BYRD AVE ........................................D-4 CALDWELL AVE................................B-8 CAMALAK LN ..................................D-3 CAMBRIDGE ST, E ............................C-6 CAMBRIDGE ST, W ..........................C-5 CAMBRIDGE ST NE ......................C-5,6 CAMBURY ST ..................................D-3 CANTEEN AVE ..................................C-7 CARRIE BLVD ..................................D-5 CATHRINE LN ..................................D-6 CEDAR ST NE ..................................A-5 CEDARWOOD DR..............................E-5 CENTER AVE ....................................E-5 CENTER CT......................................D-4 CHARL-ANN DR ..............................C-4 CHAUTAQUA CT ..............................C-6 CHERRY AVE ....................................D-6 CHESTNUT ST..................................D-5 CINDY ST ........................................B-3 CLARK AVE ......................................D-5 CLARKSDALE AVE ............................B-1 CLAY AVE ........................................D-6 COBBLESTONE AVE..........................C-7 COLLEGE RD....................................C-5 COLLEGE ST ....................................D-6 COLONY CIR ....................................E-5 COLUMBIA ST, E ..............................B-6 COLUMBIA ST, W..............................B-5 COMMONWEALTH AVE ....................C-4 CONCA ST ......................................D-3

CONRAD PL ....................................D-6 CORNELL DR....................................C-5 COUNTY LINE RD ............................A-6 COURTNEY RD ................................A-7 CRAWFORD AVE ..............................C-5 CRAWFORD CT ................................B-6 CRESTVIEW AVE ..............................D-5 CRESTWOOD ST ..............................C-4 DALZELL CT ....................................C-4 DENWOOD ST ..................................C-4 DEVINE ST ......................................C-6 DIEHL CT ........................................B-5 DOGWOOD TRAIL ............................E-5 DORWOOD DR..................................E-5 DOT AVE NE ....................................B-2 DUMONT ST ....................................A-5 EAST RIDGE CIR ..............................D-5 EASTERN AVE ..................................D-5 EASTMOOR ST ................................D-4 EASTON ST ......................................E-3 EDGEWOOD AVE ..............................E-5 ELBROOK ST....................................A-6 ELECTON BLVD ................................D-4 ELECTRIC BLVD................................D-4 ELM AVE ..........................................B-6 ELMSIDE ST ....................................A-5 ELY ST, E..........................................B-6 ELY ST, W ........................................B-5 FAIRFIELD RD ..................................B-5 FAIRVIEW PL ....................................D-5 FAIRWAY DR ....................................C-5 FAIRWAY LN ....................................D-6 FEDERAL AVE ..................................D-4 FERNWOOD BLVD ............................B-5 FIFTH ST ......................................B,C-5 FLORENCE AVE ................................B-5 FOREST AVE ....................................C-6 FOXRIDGE ST ..................................E-5 FRANCIS AVE ..................................C-8 FRANKLIN AVE ................................B-6 FREEDOM AVE, N ............................B-6 FREEDOM AVE, S ..........................D,C-6 FRESHLEY AVE ..........................B-3,D-3

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J. MCCINNIS AL .......... JACKSON AVE .............. JEFFERSON AVE .......... JENNINGS AVE ............ JERSEY ST .................. JEWEL ST.................... JOHNSON AVE.............. JULIE AVE .................... KEITER CROSSING ...... KELLY AVE.................... KENTWOOD AVE NE .... KEPPLINGER AVE.......... KEYSTONE ST, E........... KILMARNOCK AVE........ KINGS WAY ................ KINTZ WOODS DR ........ KLINGER AVE................ LAKE AVE .................... LAKE PARK BLVD ........ LAKEVIEW AVE (PVT) .... LAMBERT ST................ LEADWAY AVE .............. LESLEE LN .................. LIBERTY ST, N .............. LIBERTY ST, S .............. LILLY LN ...................... LILLY RD ...................... LIN.-FRE CT ................ LINCOLN AVE .............. LIND AVE...................... LINDEN AVE, S .............. LINWOOD DR .............. LONGWOOD ST............ LORENTZ ST ................ MADISON AVE .............. MAHONING AVE ........... MAIN ST, E .................. MAIN ST, W .................. MAPLE AVE .................. MAPLELAWN AVE ........ MAPLEWOOD DR ........ MARBURY CIR.............. MARIAN CT ..................

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36 Alliance COMMUNITY GUIDE • 2016-2017 Saxon Club — Meets the third Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at American Legion. David Kunkle, (330) 821-3259 or Bill Biggs at (330) 823-0681. SCAPA — 323 E. Main St., Gloria Malone. Science Hill Historical Society — 11005 McCallum Ave. Charlene Boyce, (330) 821-5862. Sew Happy, Carnation Quilters — Meets at 7 p.m. the fourth Monday of each month at Abiding Savior Lutheran Church, 1845 South Sawburg Ave. President, Kathy Wolf, (330) 821-1477. Shade Tree Commission, Alliance — Meets the last Thursday of the month at 7:30 a.m. at Frank’s Family Restaurant, 428 E. State Street. Dr. Charles McClaugherty, chairman. Shrine Club, Alliance — Meets Tuesdays at noon at the Elks, 606 Glamorgan, Alliance. Dale Dillon, (330) 418-2455. Soccer League, Alliance — P.O. Box 3024, Alliance. ascsoccer@yahoo.com. Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War — 1718 Rosemount Rd., Alliance. Commander Thomas Graham (330) 823-6017. jgraham1115@att.net Auxiliary to the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War — 1718 Rosemount Rd., Alliance. Jane Graham (330) 823-6017. jgraham1115@att.net The Stuckey Family Interfaith Child Development Center — 205 S. Union Ave., Alliance. Laurie Gemberking, Director. (330) 821-1377. www.stuckeyfamilyinterfaithcdc.org Southeast Portage County Lions Club — PO Box 273, Deerfield. Roger Mansfield- Contact. (330) 607-3228 Tennysonian Club — Meets at noon at Alliance Country Club the first Wednesday of the month. Donna

Brandon, President. Toastmasters Club, Alliance — Meets every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at Abiding Savior Lutheran Church. (330) 8230792. Visitors welcome. Tri-County Republican Women’s Club — Amy Harper, president, (330) 821-4850. United Commercial Travelers — Meets the fourth Saturday at First Christian Chruch 6 p.m. Rick Gruszecki, (330) 206-9009. rgruszecki2@gmail.com United Way of Greater Stark Co. — (330) 491-0445,401 N. Market Ave, Suite 300, Canton, OH 44718. www.uwstark. org VFW — 1036 E. State St., (330) 821-2999. Bucky Wyandt, commander. Vietnam Veterans of America — Chapter #157, Ken Butler Sr., Pres., 880 S. Union Ave., (330) 821-8438. Washington Ruritan Club — 400 W Beech St.. Alliance. Del Williamson, (330) 823-6478 www.washingtonruritan.org Woman’s Club, Alliance — Club day the first, third, and fifth Tuesday of the month from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Lunch at noon. reservations are necessary. Activites include cards and needle work. Debra Hatherill, president. Cheryl Utt, office coordinator. (330) 823-7272. Women’s Division of Alliance Chamber of Commerce — 210 E. Main Street, Meets the first Wednesday of the month at 6 p.m. Melissa Gardner, chairman, (330) 823-6260. Youth Music Alliance — For information music educators can contact Kathy Dixon at Alliance Music Center, 1432 W. State St., (330) 823-2634. YWCA — Gloria Whiteley-Magrath, Executive Director, (330) 823-1840, 239 E. Market. www.allianceywca.org n

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PUBLIC LIBRARY odman Public Library is much more than a building full of books. For Alliance-area residents it is also a valuable resource as a place to gain knowledge, do research, learn new skills, be exposed to new ideas and even be entertained and gather with friends. The library, which was built in 1961 through the support of Clarence J. “Bill” Rodman, is guided by a seven-member board that is assisted by the Friends of Rodman Public Library, a volunteer group which helps to publicize the library’s resources and services, encourages gifts and endowments and holds fundraisers such as a four-day used book sale during the Greater Alliance Carnation Festival each year. Both the main library, located at the intersection of Arch Avenue and Broadway Street, and its branch, located inside the Marketplace Plaza on West State Street, are staffed by friendly and helpful librarians that go above and beyond to help patrons do everything from finding a book to learning a new computer skill. Rodman Public Library caters to everyone from the young to the old and even to those who can’t travel to the library through its bookmobile. For the very young, RPL offers Wee Read (birth to age 2) and Storytime (ages 3-5), two programs aimed at helping young minds learn early skills and become lifelong readers. The library, which hosts special parties for children throughout the year, also offers Advanced Workstations in Education Early Literacy Stations loaded with more than 60 educational software programs for children 2-8. Young patrons can even call (330) 821-TELL to hear a new story every month, a service called Dial-a-Story that is sponsored by the Alliance Kiwanis Club. As children get older, they can join various book clubs, one just for girls and one just for boys, as well as attend special programs that feature information and hands-on learning about various topics of interest. For teens, Rodman Public Library opened a Teen Spot in 2015 where patrons between 12 and 18 can gather to socialize, get homework help, attend various programs and even play video games on selected dates in the main auditorium. An anime club also meets at the library and screenings of films are held periodically. For adults, the RPL offers the traditional services of a library as well as the use of public computers, a public fax, a Simple Scan Document Center and a public notary. The reference department even has a Text-a-Librarian service in which patrons can text a question to (330) 3568133 and they will receive an answer text on their phone. Patrons can check out Braille books, books on CD, music CDs and DVD movies as well as obtain voter registration and tax forms. They can also attend computer classes held throughout the year as well as programs on topics such as local history, music, art and science and special appearances by authors.

And, of course, the library is a strong supporter of One Book One Community, a yearly program in which participating area residents read the same book and hold various discussions, seminars and lectures related to the book throughout the year. The project culminates with the author visiting Alliance and speaking about his work. Rodman Public Library is also home to Writers’ Alliance, a writers group that meets monthly, and the KnitWits needlework circle, which also hosts classes on knitting and crocheting. For those unable to travel, RPL patrons can log on to the Ohio eBook project and Zinio, on their iPads, computers and smartphones from their homes, giving them access to books, magazines and music. They can also utilize the services of the RPL bookmobile, which makes regular scheduled stops on a two-week rotation, or a home delivery service. For more information about Rodman Public Library, visit www.rodmanlibrary.com, or call (330) 821-2665. n

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Alliance Christian Center, 670 W. Main St., Kirk Martin, Pastor. Sat. Night Church 6:30pm, Sunday 10am Nursery & Sun. School for children Alliance Church of Christ, 9371 McCallum Rd, David Ray & Brad Risley Ministers 7:45am WDPN Radio. 10:30am Worship. Alliance Church Of The Nazarene, 1345 S. Arch Ave., Pastor Glen Davidson, 10:45 am Worship Service. 9:30 am Sun. School. Alliance Freewill Baptist, 731 Buck- Eye Ave., Pastor Jimmy Holbrook,10am Sun. School. 11am Worship. Sun. & Wed. Worship 6:30 pm Alliance Friends Church, 1307 W. State, Rev. Rick Sams. Sun. 8, 9:15, 10:25, 10:45 & 6:30 pm . Wed. 6:30 pm. Alliance Salem United Methodist, 14113 Salem Church St., Rev. Neil Orchard, 10:30 am Worship. Anointed Fountain, 405 E. Columbia St., Pastor Nick H. Myers Jr., 11:00 am Worship. Wednesday: Hot Lunch Program. Beechwood Christian, 12950 Easton, Mark Black, Sr. Minister, Daniel Quidgeon Assoc Youth Minister - 9:30am Bible School. 10:30am Worship. Beechwood United Methodist, 3450 Beechwood Ave., N.E., Pastor Bob Miller, 9:15am Sun. School. 10:15am Worship Bolton United Methodist, 14760 Gaskill N.E., Dr. David Bloor, Pastor, 9:15am Fellowship Time. 9:45am Sun. School. 11am Worship. Carnation City Baptist (SBC), 1139 E. Noble St. - 9:30 am Sun. School. 10:45am Worship. 6pm Worship. Wed. 6pm Prayer Meeting. Christ United Methodist, 470 E. Broadway, Rev. Stephanie Lee, Sundays: 10:00 am Worship & 9:00 am Sunday School Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 2260 Hedgewood Ave - 10 am Sacrament Mtg 11:15 am Sun School 12:00 pm Relief Society Cornerstone Christian, 10162 Freshley Ave., Bill Thomas, Minister - 9:30am Bible School. 10:30am Sun. Worship. Wed. Bible Study 7pm Covenant Bible Church, 1395 Westwood Avenue, Joel R. Parkinson, Minister - 9:30am House Church Worship. Faith Bible Baptist Church Meets at the Alliance YMCA. Services 11 & 6 First Assembly Of God, 45 E. Harrison, Pastor Rev. Larry Grow. 9:30am Sun. School. 10:30am Worship. 6pm Worship. Wed: 7pm Bible study First Baptist (American Baptist), 1659 W. State St., Sun. School 9:30am all ages. Worship 10:30. Wed even. 6:30 all. Rev. Steven Rhodes

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Alliance COMMUNITY GUIDE • 2016-2017 39 First Christian (Disciples of Christ), Rev. Aaron Phillips, 1141 W. Beech; 9am Casual Service. 11am Traditional Service. Tues. 1:30pm Casual Service. First Church of God, 505 N. Lincoln, Pastor Larry Murphy, 9:30am Sun. School. 10:20am Worship. 6:30pm Worship. Wed: 7pm Prayer Meeting. First Immanuel UCC, 208 E. Oxford St., Pastor Neal Mann, Sun. Worship 10:30am, NA 2:00 pm, AA 8pm; Sat. NA 10:30am; Tues: Al-Anon 7pm Wed: NA 8pm First United Presbyterian, 425 E. Market, Pastor Jim McCurdy, Sunday, 9:00 a.m. Sunday School. 10:15 a.m. Worship Freedom Community Fellowship, 3510 Union Ave., Jim and Vickie Hollingsworth, Pastors - 9:30 am. Bible hour; Sun. 10:30 am Worship. Grace Community, 13245 Edison St., Pastor Dan Michaels, 10:00 am Worship. Hebron Conservative Mennonite, 13014 Snode St. NE, Pastor Leon King, 9:30 am Morning Service. 11:00 am Sunday School. Holy Lamb Of God, 1805 S. Freedom Ave., Pastor Robert J. Workman, 10am Sunday School. 11am Morning Worship. 6pm Evening Service. Independent Baptist, 330 W. Cambridge St, Pastor Keith Kiser, 11am Worship. Except for 3rd full Saturday & Sunday no service on Sunday. Lexington United Methodist, Rockhill Ave. & Greenbower St. Rev. Scott Hayward. 9:30 am Service. 10:30 am Sun. School. Thurs. 6 pm Bible Study Lifeline Pentecostal Church, 21071 Lake Park Blvd, Alliance. Pastor Chalmer Perkins. Sunday 11 am, Wednesday 7 pm, Prayer Thurs 7 pm. Maranatha Church of God, Rev. Jeffrey Caldwell, 14289 Edison St. NE Sun. 9am & 11am Worship. 6pm Service. Wed: Bible Study 10am & 7pm Mountain of The Lord Foursquare, 426 E. Main St., The Rev. Nickolas Lindsay, Sun. 10am Worship. Wed: 7pm Christian Education Class New Beginnings House Of God FMSM, 114 E. Main St., Bobby & Joyce Williams, Pastors - 11am Worship. Tue: 5:30pm Bible Study New Hope Church of God, Corner of Oak and Bandy Rd., Pastor Don Nicely, Sun. 10:45am, Sun. Evening Youth 6:30, Wed. Worship 7pm New Zion Baptist, 1135 E. Jersey. Pastor W. Max Millender. 9:30am Sunday School. 11am Worship. Wed: 6pm Prayer & Praise, 7pm Bible Study Regina Coeli Catholic, 663 Fernwood Blvd., Father Joseph Ruggieri, Masses Saturday 4:30 pm & Sunday 10:00 am

Salvation Army, 57 W. Main St., Lieutenants Matt & Debbie Hamilton, Commanding Officers - 9:45am Sunday School. 11am Worship Service. Science Hill Community Church, 12316 Beeson St., Pastor Jon Truax, Pastor, Youth Pastor Josh Smith, 9am. Sun. School. 10:10am Worship. Second Baptist, 820 Patterson St., Pastor Willie Bell, 9:30am Sun. School. 10:30am Intercessory Prayer. 11am Worship. Wed. Bible Study 6pm. Silver Park Church of Christ, 2738 S. Union Ave. - 9:45am Bible Classes. 10:30am Worship. 6pm Worship. Wed: 7pm Bible Class. Southside Church of God, 1520 Sawburg, Pastor David Storlie, Sunday School 9:30am Worship 10:30am Wed. 6:30pm Spirit of Faith C C of Ohio 1250 E State St, (Alliance College Plaza). Pastor Raymont Johnson. Sunday Service 11am Bible Study Thur. 6:30 pm Spirit of God, 133 S. Linden Ave., Jerry or Gerald Horton (330) 581-1200 (330) 823-7877 St. Joseph Catholic Church, 427 E. Broadway. Rev. Matthew Mankowski. Masses: Sat. Vigil 4pm, Sun. 8am & 10:45am St. Luke A.M.E Church, 1050 E. Patterson St., Rev. Lance Jones, 10:15am Sun. School; 11am Worship; Wed: 6:30pm Bible Study St. Nicholas Romanian Orthodox, 1621 S. Sawburg Ave. Rev. Fr. John Nemes. 10am Sun. School. Liturgy from 10 - 12 in Romanian & English. St. Paul’s Lutheran (ELCA), Beech St and S. Union Ave. The Rev. Timothy Muse. Sat. Casual Worship, 5pm first Saturday each month. Sun. Traditional Worship 8:30am & 11am. Sunday School 9:45am. Sun Worship June, July, August 9:30am St. Theodore Catholic Church (Byzantine Rite), 820 S. Linden St. Wed. & Fri., 7:30 am & Sat., 9:00 am. Tabernacle Baptist, 715 S. Arch Ave., Pastor Aaron Hill - 9 am Sunday School. 10:15 am Morning Service. Temple of Faith Church of God in Christ, 1221 E. Patterson St., Elder John Ed Avery, 9:30am Sun. School. 11am Worship. The Home Missions, 20836 E. Oak St., Pastor Herbert A. Smith, 10am Sun. School. 11am Worship. 7:30pm Service. Wed. 7:30pm Pray & Praise Threshing Floor Word Church, 2500 W. State Comfort Inn Conference Room. Pastor Rev. L. W. Bolton III 12pm - 90 min Trinity Episcopal, 1200 S. Union Ave. Rev. Kip Colegrove. 9am Rite II. Wed. 5:30pm Soup Social & 6-7pm Adult Christian Study.

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40 Alliance COMMUNITY GUIDE • 2016-2017 Triumph the Church and Kingdom of God in Christ, 683 S. Linden Ave., Elder Lillian Crooks, 10:30am School of Wisdom. Noon Worship Wed: 6pm Bible Study & Prayer. Sat: 1pm Choir Practice 3pm Youth Meeting. Turning Point Baptist Church, 80 Wahl St. Limaville, OH 44640. Pastor Ronald Lanham . Sunday 10:30am, Wed. 7pm Union Avenue United Methodist, 1843 S. Union Ave., Rev. Coralee Cox. 8:45am “The Avenue” Contemporary Serv, 10am Sun. Sch. 11am Worship. Victory Christian Center, 234 S. Park Ave., Pastor L. Brian Hawkins. 10am Sunday School. 11am Morning Worship. Wed: 7pm Bible Study. Vine Street United Methodist, 1544 W. Vine St., Dr. David Bloor, 9:15 am Morning Service. 10:30 am Sunday School. WellSpring Bible Church, 2500 W State St, (Mall) Alliance. Pastor Ron Embleton. Coffee 9:30 am, Worship 10 am & 6 pm. Youth Group 7pm Fri.

ATWATER Atwater Community Church of The Nazarene, 6720 Waterloo Rd., Pastor Neil Taylor, 9:30am Sun. School 10:30am Worship; Wed. 6pm Service. Atwater Congregational Church, 1237 S.R. 183, 9:30 am Communion, 10:00 am Worship Service Atwater United Methodist, Corner of Waterloo & Maple, Rev.Ruth Roth - 9:30 am Worship Liberty Bible Church, 2215 St. Rt. 183, Pastor Paul R. Phillips, 10am Sunday School 11am & 7pm Worship. Wed. 7pm Worship. LifePointe Church of Atwater, 6498 Waterloo Rd. (330) 947-2259. 9:30 am small group hour & 10:30am Worship. Sat: 7pm Restoration Service.

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Truth Baptist Church, 1334 Stroup Rd., Pastor Roy Teague, Sun. School 10am Sun. Services, 10am, 11am & 7pm. Wed. Bible Study 7pm

BELOIT Beloit Friends, 18042 5th St., Beloit, Pastor Mark Reich, Sun. School 9:30am; Worship Service 10:30am (330) 938-2378 Bethel United Church of Christ, Rev. Haan A. Phelps, 25701 Buck Rd. Christian Education 9am Worship at 10am Bunker Hill United Methodist, 15096 W. Middletown Rd. Rev. Richard Thewlis, Worship 9:30am Sunday School 11am Community Bible Church, 18146 U.S. Rt. 62, Pastor Rod Doran 9:15am Sun. School. 10:30am Worship. 7pm Evening Service. Wed: 7pm Prayer Tri County Church of Christ, 18900 Route 62, Minister Terry Kirsch - 9:45am Sun. School. 10:30am Worship. 5pm Service. Wed: 6pm Bible Study Damascus Friends, 28857 Walnut St., Damascus, Sunday Services 8:15, 9:30 & 11:00 Damascus United Methodist, 300 Valley Road, Rev. Mick Foster, 9am Sun. School. 10:10am Worship

DEERFIELD Deerfield Evangelical Friends, 1261 St. Rt. 14, Pastor Jody Hill, 9:30 am Sunday School, 10:45 am Worship. 6:00 pm Youth & Bible Study Deerfield United Methodist, S.R. 14, Deerfield, Rev. Ruth Roch, 9:30 am Sunday School, 11:00 am Morning Service.

EAST GOSHEN Friends, 16800 S. Range Rd., Pastor Gerald Baker, 9:30am Sunday School. 10:30am Worship. 7pm Service. Wed: 7pm Family Activities

HARRISBURG Sacred Heart of Mary Catholic Church, 8277 Nickelplate Ave. N.E., Rev. Nicholas Mancini, Weekend Services Sat. Vigil, 4pm, Sun. 8am & 10:30am Weekday Mass Mon, Thru, Fri, 8:30am

HOMEWORTH Middle Sandy Evangelical Presbyterian, 4306 Homeworth Rd, Pastor Tracy Edwards. 9:30am Worship Mount Pleasant Baptist, 4714 Union Ave., N.E., One-Half Mile North of Rt. 153, Pastor David Cannon, 9:30am Sun. School. 10:45am Service & 6pm Reading Church of The Brethren, 25418 Georgetown Rd. Pastor Larry Bradley, 9:15 am Sun. School. 10:30am Worship.

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MARLBORO Marlboro Assembly of God, 12600 Marlboro Ave., Rev. David V. Hohlbaugh, 9:45 am Sun School. 10:45 am Morning Worship. 7:00 pm Evening Worship. Wed: 7 pm Bible Study

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MAXIMO Maximo Zion, 7047 Oakhill Avenue, N.E., Rev. Ashbrook, 9:30am Sunday School, 10:30am Church Service St. Joseph’s Church, 12055 Easton St., N.E., Father Joseph Ruggieri, Mass Sat. 7 pm & Sun. 8 am

NEW BALTIMORE New Baltimore Community Church, 7761 Pontius St., Pastor Ken Baker, 9:25am Contemporary Worship. 10:30am Sunday School, 6:30pm Youth Group

PARIS Paris Israel Church, 12583 Lisbon St NE, Pastor Alan Lamb, Worship 10:10am, Sun School 9:15am

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NORTH GEORGETOWN Emmanuel Lutheran, 16495 Lisbon St. NE, Pastor Joseph Ertl, 9:15am Sunday School, 10:30am Worship First Brethren, 27333 Main St., Pastor Ronald W. Waters, 9:15am Groups for all ages, 10:30 worship. n

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ontinuing a tradition of academic excellence, the Alliance City Schools work hard to provide its 3,000 students across six school buildings with a quality education, preparing them for college, careers and beyond. With a focus on the latest education technology and providing up-to-date facilities for 21st century learning, the district is proud to showcase its updates to the Adult Career Centre (ACC) and its digital academy. Now located on the first floor of Alliance High School, the ACC’s overall goal is to produce college- and career-ready graduates who will meet the needs of the greater Alliance business community. The high school CTE medical program shares the space with the Robert T. White School of Practical Nursing, providing enhanced college and career training. These state-of-the-art facilities were built to mimic current medical facilities in the nursing field. Alliance City Schools prepares students at the Early Learning School for preschool and kindergarten levels, eventually moving on to one of its well-respected elementary schools, Parkway or Rockhill. They are prepared for the next level at Northside Intermediate School and Alliance

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n recent years, the Marlington Local School District has positioned itself to provide new and exciting opportunities to students across all grade levels. With a renewed focus on technology, Marlington has provided all three of its elementary buildings with iPads, allowing students to learn through various educational apps. The district’s elementary schools have been using 1-to-1 technology for students in grades two through five in social studies and science and classrooms are equipped with smart boards. The district created a community-wide fundraiser this past May with the Duke 5K Melee and Obstacle Challenge Fundraiser. Featuring a fun run, normal 5K race and an extreme 5K obstacle challenge and mud run, proceeds benefit the Marlington Local Schools Technology Fund. At the middle school, iPads have been provided for more 1-to-1 technology upgrades, providing a way to integrate online content with traditional classroom activities and provide digital content that is engaging and challenging. In addition to iPads, the middle school has also implemented the Gateway to Technology program — part of Project Lead the Way — as a opportunity to engage students in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education and prepare them for advanced courses in high school. Students can take courses in design and modeling, automation and robotics. At the high school level, students have the opportunity to study in the Project Lead the Way engineering program as part of the district’s career technical education program. Courses include Introduction to Engineering Design,

Principles of Engineering and Robotics. The high school is also undergoing renovations, which will be completed by the 2016-2017 school year in preparation for expanded career programming. These renovations will include an engineering classroom and fabrication lab, thanks to a generous $100,000 grant from the Greater Alliance Foundation. Other projects completed this school year include the construction of an additional landscaping building, renovation of the bus garage, and updates in lighting, rooftop HVAC units and control systems around the district as part of the HB 264 Energy Conservation Plan. The newly created Dukes Digital Academy offers an educational opportunity for students who need a nontraditional environment for success. Still considered as Marlington students, they will be given an alternate path to graduation with flexible scheduling and personalized learning that will fit their needs. Marlington High School is also excited to offer College Credit Plus, a new program that allows students to earn free college credit while they’re still in high school. Participating students are enrolled in both college and the high school while they earn college and high school credit once they successfully complete the course. The Marlington Local school district is dedicated to giving every student first-class opportunities to earn a high-quality education and preparing them for the future. Find out more about how Marlington is creating an environment of 21st century learning for its students at www.marlingtonlocal.org.

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Regina Coeli/St. Joseph School, one of 10 Holy Cross Academy schools in Stark County, follows guidelines set by the Youngstown Diocesan Board of Education and provides a Christian learning environment for students in preschool through fifth grade. The goal at Regina Coeli/St. Joseph is to educate students with individual attention and to promote a positive Christian self-image. The school maintains the belief that all students can learn and succeed. All campuses of Holy Cross Academy provide an academically aggressive and doctrinally sound program of education, including co-curricular and extra-curricular activities which are rigorous, relevant, research-based, and infused with Catholic faith and traditions. Extra-curricular activities offered at Regina Coeli/St. Joseph

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

10325 Moulin Ave. (330) 823-7566 Principal: Nick Evanich

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ruth, scholarship and excellence are the values that St. Thomas Aquinas High School and Middle School hold true. St. Thomas Aquinas is a private Catholic college preparatory school in Louisville, Ohio. The mission of STA is to develop the gifts and talents of each student and to foster Gospel values in an environment of academic excellence and mutual respect. St. Thomas Aquinas High School and Middle School has a diverse student body of 381 students representing eastern Stark, Portage, Columbiana and Mahoning counties and over 15 feeder parishes. Aquinas welcomes students of all ethnicities, races, religious and socio-economic backgrounds. Our school community is made stronger because of each student’s unique talent and journey. Located at 2121 Reno Drive N.E. in Louisville, St. Thomas Aquinas recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. The school opened in 1964 as a co-institutional school with the girl’s division staffed by the Sisters of Saint Francis of Mary Immaculate and the boy’s division staffed by the Brothers of Christian Instruction. In 1970, the school became co-educational. It is one of two Catholic high schools in Stark County. Although Catholic in orientation, St. Thomas Aquinas is open to students of all faiths and backgrounds, including students with special needs. Rev. Thomas Dyer is the president and CEO, Joseph Vagedes is the high school principal and COO and Dr. Lynette Angeloni is the middle school principal. More than 70 percent of the school’s faculty possesses a master’s degree or higher and there is a 16:1 student-teacher ratio. There is a 100 percent graduation rate with 96 percent of the students matriculating to colleges and universities in Ohio and across the country and 4 percent joining the military and work force. Members of the Class of 2015 earned $7.6 million in college scholarships awarded over a four-year period. Students have the opportunity to study in a 21st century learning environment. The newly renovated science labs allow students to explore engineering and the sciences in

the newly created Center for Science Exploration. Twentytwo honors courses and six AP courses are offered. College Credit Plus is offered with the collaboration of Walsh University and Stark State College. The students have the opportunity for extracurricular involvement with over 40 clubs and athletic activities. There is an active student body with 82 percent of the students participating in athletics and 57 percent playing multiple sports. In 2014, St. Thomas Aquinas opened a middle school in the in the east wing (Holy Cross Hall) of the building to meet the needs of middle school students in the area. Dr. Lynette Angeloni is the middle school principal and a member of the school administrative team. There are 109 middle school students. These students have the opportunity to take high school-level classes in math, science, English language arts and foreign language. STA also offers tuition assistance, including academic and memorial scholarships, need-based grants, and workstudy opportunities. Eighty percent of the students receive some financial assistance. A student at Aquinas becomes fully engaged in mind, body and spirit with the goal of fully reaching their potential. Students at STA are encouraged to develop a strong sense of social justice by collaborating with the community completing over 75 hours of service during high school. Aquinas has an active alumni group of over 6,000 members. They are business owners, National Merit Scholars, judges and lawyers, physicians, engineers, actors, musicians, teachers and leaders all over the world. A graduate of Aquinas is a mature Christian who lives a life of faith and service and who like Saint Thomas Aquinas, finds Christ in and brings Christ to the people with whom he lives, works and serves. The educational community of students, faculty, parents and clergy commit themselves daily to seeking truth, scholarship and excellence as an extension of the Catholic Church community. n

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community Foundation, by definition, is an independent tax-exempt public charity created by and for the people of a local area. The Greater Alliance Foundation builds permanent funds through gifts of assets contributed by many donors in the community. From these funds, the Greater Alliance Foundation awards grants and works with community stakeholders to address a wide variety of current and long-term needs in the greater Alliance area. Over the past 16 years, the Greater Alliance trustees have approved more than $6 million in grants to help nonprofits succeed with a variety of capital needs to improve the quality of life in our community. In addition, to help meet the capital needs in the community, the foundation has launched several initiatives to improve the welfare of area residents. Among them is the creation of the Early Childhood Education Alliance (ECEA), an outgrowth of a collaborative effort between the University of Mount Union, Alliance City Schools and the City of Alliance. With start-up funding and continued financial support from the Greater Alliance Foundation over the last decade, the mission of ECEA is to support, promote and create dynamic early care and learning opportunities for young children, which will serve and benefit families, businesses and community partners through education and advocacy. ECEA has contributed to an increased awareness of quality early education in Alliance through the partnership of its collaborative members and the community preschools and childcare centers. Through its SPARK program (Supporting Partnerships to Assure Ready Kids), ECEA has successfully improved kindergarten test scores and enhanced the ability of a parent to be their child’s learning advocate. ECEA is dedicated to providing quality early

childhood education experiences to our children in an effort to achieve long-term outcomes in school and in life. For more information and ECEA or the other charitable work of the Greater Alliance Foundation, call (330) 8238560 or visit www.greateralliancefoundation.org to learn more about the power of philanthropy in transforming the Alliance community. n

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include an after-school drama club in which classes are taught by theater professionals. Other activities include band, Lego Club, choir, Science Day and Kid Who Care. Students are also able to take part in interscholastic (grades 7 and 8) or parish league (grades 5 and 6) football, basketball, track and girls volleyball. Youth Cheerleading (grades 3 and 4), lacrosse (grades 1-8) and a tennis clinic are also offered. Each student is encouraged to participate in service projects throughout the year as well. All Holy Cross Academy campuses are accredited by the Ohio Catholic School Accrediting Association and are licensed through Ohio Department of Education. Holy Cross Academy interscholastic sports teams adhere to Ohio High School Athletic Association guidelines. Graduates of Holy Cross Academy will strive to become models of their faith, excel academically, bolster the community and foster exemplary character. Regina Coeli/St. Joseph is located at 733 Fernwood Blvd. For more information about admissions, tuition and scholarship opportunities, visit www.rcsjalliance.com, or call (330) 823-9239. n REGINA COELI/ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL www.rcsjalliance.com 733 Fernwood Blvd. (330) 823-9239 Principal: Marcy Watry

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Retention. Expansion. Attraction. Those are the three goals of Alliance Area Development, a catalyst for business success in Alliance since its founding in 1999. “Our main focus is on retention and expansion of existing business,” said AAD President Tom Pukys, CEcD. “Eighty to 90 percent of economic growth comes from existing business. That’s where most new jobs come from. And existing business is the lifeline of local economy. However, we do go out and sell the community in order to attract new businesses as well.” In a two-year period from 2014 through 2015, the Carnation City grew with investment of more than $50 million in three main sectors. An estimated $15 million capital investment in the retail sector created and retained 275 jobs through the development of the Mount Union Gateway Plaza, which established six new businesses; the redevelopment of a site that formerly housed a trucking company, which created two new businesses and relocated another; and the building of two new stores, including a Starbucks and a second GetGo outlet in town. With an estimated $10 million capital investment in the manufacturing sector, at least 750 new jobs were created across 20 companies and MAC Trailer, the world’s largest manufacturer of custom trailers, expanded to a second location in Alliance. An estimated $30 million in capital was invested in education, which helped fund the Giese Center for the Performing Arts on the campus of the University of Mount Union, as well as a new Stark State satellite in Alliance. “It’s really exciting to see this growth, said Pukys. “And it’s fun to be a part of the process.” What makes AAD unique is the way it functions as a collaboration between both private and public entities and by providing information on available resources. “I describe it as a private-public partnership that is really driven by the private sector,” explained Pukys, noting that a 43-member board consisting of representatives of industry, local government, health care, business and education guide the AAD’s endeavors. “What makes us successful is that collaboration,” said Pukys. “All the major stakeholders are represented and they

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work together. Collaboration breeds success.” Pukys also noted that most of the big industrial companies in Alliance are locally owned, including MAC Trailer, Robertson Heating Supply, Coastal Pet Products, Winkle Industries and Morgan Engineering among many others. “We have engaged owner-

ship who care about the community because this is where they live,” explained Pukys. “And we have a diverse economy and workforce in which we have companies that operate in steel, distribution, plastics, etc. If one tails off, others help keep the economy well-balanced.” All that leads Pukys to believe Alliance has a bright future.

“Things are looking good for Alliance,” said Pukys. “We have a lot of positives going for us.” Those positives have been highlighted by the “Alliance, Ohio, Make it Yours” marketing campaign, encouraging local people to share their positive stories about the Carnation City. “There’s no better way to get reenergized about what we have going for us or to show everyone else what we have then by telling our stories,” explained Pukys, noting the campaign is entering its second year. “It really has created that spark that we needed to be reminded of what we have and what we can become.” Pukys, who chairs Early Childhood Education Alliance, also serves with the Alliance Rotary, Junior Achievement, and Alliance for Children and Families. He also chairs Technology Accelerator Alliance (TA2), a collaboration between AAD, the city and the University of Mount Union that serves as an incubator program to assist technology companies in locating to the Alliance area. “That is still plugging away as well,” said Pukys, “It’s great to be a small part of this process in helping Alliance prosper and grow.” n

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Here is a list of some of the most popular celebrations and events. Check out www.the-review.com for other happenings throughout the Carnation City. Summer Fest – Kicking off in mid-summer annually, Alliance Summer Fest is held at College Plaza on State Street. It features carnival rides, food vendors, musical entertainment and the popular Carnation Idol singing contest, and is free and open to the public. Downtown Summer Concert Series – During the summer months, Alliance locals gather at the red caboose on Friday nights to hear a series of free concerts as part of the Downtown Summer Concert Series. Located on the corner of Main Street and Mechanic Avenue, the red caboose’s stage lights up for a variety of musical entertainment, from class rock to country, funk and Motown. Alliance Farmers’ Market – This Alliance Farmers’ Market offers vendors of locally grown produce, homemade baked goods and other homemade items in the Caboose parking lot at the corner of Main Street and Mechanic Avenue on Saturday mornings between mid-June and mid-October. The market, which hosts educational programs, demonstrations and local musicians, is sponsored by the University of Mount Union, Alliance Community Hospital, The Alliance Review and WDPN Radio. For more information, visit www.allaincefarmersmarket.com. Fourth of July Festival – Alliance celebrates the Fourth of July in a big way each year. The annual festivities held at Silver Park culminate with a display of fireworks at dusk. The spectacular show is sponsored by local businesses. Each year a theme is chosen and several events are inspired by the patriotic premise. Musical entertainment, concessions,

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kids amusements and Greater Alliance Carnation Festival queen candidate introductions make it a memorable annual event to honor the red, white and blue. The Greater Alliance Carnation Festival – The Greater Alliance Carnation Festival brings the community together to celebrate the scarlet carnation, which gave Alliance its nickname, the Carnation City. The festival has many events that involve the community’s citizens, businesses and dignitaries, bringing the city together to celebrate all that is great about the Carnation City. Began in 1960, the Carnation Festival is a favorite among locals. Area businesses sponsor the events and keep the festival running each year. Running approximately two weeks in August, the festival begins with the Kickoff Parade and finishes with a spectacular display of fireworks at Silver Park. The park is the central location for many of the festival’s events, including Days in the Park, a three-day event that features booths by local organizations, crafters and food vendors. A balloon lift-off, which brings dozens of hot air ballonists to Alliance, departs from Silver Park during the festival. Several local bands and musical groups provide entertainment on the Silver Park stage, including the Alliance Symphony Orchestra. A pet show allows area children to show off their animal friends to the community. Another popular event during the Carnation Festival is the Rib Fest, held in the Carnation City Mall parking lot, which brings food vendors from far and wide. Each day, local bands perform for the crowd. Perhaps the crowning jewel of the Carnation Festival, the annual Queen Pageant is held on the first Sunday of the festival. Locals participate in contests during the festival, including an amateur photography contest, a flower show, a youth sports event and a vintage base ball tournament, where the Alliance Crossing Rails compete against other vintage base ball teams at Glamorgan Castle. Babies born at Alliance Community Hospital during the days of the festival are dubbed Carnation Babies and are given gift bags filled with gifts. Other events, ranging from parades and ice cream socials to a Pump-In and Muster, are also popular. Visits to some of Alliance’s most unique landmarks, ranging from Glamorgan Castle to Alliance City Cemetery, and Rodman Public Library’s Used Book Sale are also Carnation Festival favorites. Yearly festivities are planned by the festival board, which consists of community members serving in various positions. For more information, visit www.carnationfestival.com or call the Alliance Area Chamber of Commerce at (330) 823-6260. One Book, One Community — Each year, a selection committee chooses a book that participating area residents read and then hold various discussions, seminars and lectures related to that book. The project culminates with the author visiting Alliance and speaking about his work. n

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3X4 CONSULTING

5555 Ashbrook St., Louisville OH 44641 (330) 704-5277 www.3x4consulting.com

415 GROUP

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AA BLUEPRINT COMPANY, INC.

ALLIANCE APPLIANCE CENTER INC.

AID PEST CONTROL

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AIR TIME HVAC LLC 5956 Union Ave. NE, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-4196

ALAN ANDREANI 853 Fairway Dr. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-7485

2757 Gilchrist Rd., Akron OH 44305 (330) 794-8803 aablueprint.com

AAA ALLIANCE AUTO CLUB 2322 South Union Ave., Alliance OH 44601-5055 (330) 823-9820

ABC ALLIANCE BUSINESS CLEANERS P. O. Box 2383, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 546-1667 abcalliancebusiness.com

ACCENTRIX’S SALON &SPA

1963 Glamorgan St. Suite A, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 829-0922 www.accentrixs.com

ACKLEY, MS. HAVEN 729 Keplinger Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-9611

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ALARM 1 SURVEILLANCE PRODUCTS, LLC

3013 Cleveland Ave. SW, Canton OH 44707 (330) 484-0100 www.alarmohio.com

ALL PHASE BUILDERS, INC. 1043 Ohio St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-9381

ALL-PRO RV SERVICE & STORAGE INC. 1680 Freshley Ave. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-6776 www.allprorvservice.com

ALLIANCE

817 S. Union Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-9170

210 East Main Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-6260 allianceohiochamber.org

ALLIANCE AREA CONCERT ASSOCIATION P. O. Box 3530 Alliance OH 44601 www.allianceconcerts.org

ALLIANCE AREA DEVELOPMENT

2500 W. State St. - Suite E11 Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-0700 www.allianceadf.com

ALLIANCE AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY 470 E. Broadway St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-2448 www.AllianceAreaHabitat.org

ALLIANCE AREA SENIOR CENTER INC. 602 West Vine Street, Alliance OH 44601-1505 (330) 821-3348

ALLIANCE BEARING REPAIR 567 W. Main St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 829-2900

ALLIANCE CAREER CENTRE Alliance City Schools Administration Alliance,OH 44601 (330) 829-2267 www.accrtw.org

ALLIANCE CASTINGS CO. LLC 1001 East Broadway, Alliance OH44601 (330) 829-5600

ALLIANCE CITY SCHOOLS

200 W. Glamorgan, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-2100 www.alliancecityschools.org

ALLIANCE COINS AND JEWELRY 1160 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-2646 alliancecoinsandjewelry.com

ALLIANCE COLLISION & PAINT, INC. 1655 West Main Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-9473

ALLIANCE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL 200 East State St., Alliance OH 44601-4399 (330) 596-6000 www.achosp.org

ALLIANCE COMMUNITY PANTRY 251 E. Market Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 680-8130 alliancecommunitypantry.org

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ALLIANCE COUNTRY CLUB 725 East Milton, Alliance OH 44601-5199 (330) 823-1010 alliancecountryclub.com

ALLIANCE DRAIN & PLUMBING LLC 12371 Iowa Ave. N.E., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-7942

ALLIANCE EQUIPMENT CO., INC.

1000 North Union Avenue, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-2291 www.alliance-equipment.com

ALLIANCE FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES 624 S. Scranton Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-6332

ALLIANCE HISTORICAL SOCIETY P. O. Box 2044, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-1677

ALLIANCE LOAN COMPANY

40 S. Linden Ave., Alliance OH 44601-0180 (330) 821-1200 www.the-review.com

ALLIANCE RESTORATION AND CONSTRUCTION 1617 West State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 680-4314 alliancerestoration.net

ALLIANCE SURGICAL CARE INC. 2461 W. State St. Suite C Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-4424

ALLIANCE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

P.O. BOX 3836, Alliance OH 44601 www.alliancesymphony.org

ALLIANCE VENTURES 1840 W. State St. Suite B, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 829-9550

ALLIANCE VNA & HOSPICE/ALLIANCE COMM. 2461 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601-4280 (330) 821-7055

ALLIANCE WOMAN’S CLUB

229 South Union Avenue, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-7272

ALLIANCE Y.M.C.A. 205 S. Union Ave., Alliance OH 44601-0118 (330) 823-1930 www.afymca.org

ALLIANCE Y.W.C.A. 239 E. Market St., Alliance OH 44601-2590 (330) 823-1841 (call 1st) www.allianceywca.org

ALTERCARE OF ALLIANCE

11750 Klinger Avenue N.E., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-8263 www.AltercareOnline.com

AMANDA SWANK

2430 S. Rockhill Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 356-0000 facebook.com/swankmandd

AMBASSADOR CLOTHING CO. 670 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 829-3333

AMERICA’S BEST VALUE INN ALLIANCE 2330 W. State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-5688 ABVIAlliance@gmail.com

AMERICAN ALUMINUM EXTRUSION

4416 Louisville St., NE, Canton OH 44705

AMERICAN RECYCLING SERVICES OF OHIO,INC.

803 South Mahoning Alliance OH 44601 (330) 680-4121 www.ARSOLLC.com

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AMERICAN TITLE ASSOCIATES AGENCY, INC.

220 Market Ave. South, Canton OH 44702 (330) 456-8900 www.amtitle.com

AMOS COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 14924 Beloit Snodes Road, Beloit OH 44609 (330) 938-9816 www.amoscom.com

ANCHOR HOUSE

333 E. Market Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (918) 994-2836 anchorhousealliance.org

ANSTINE MACHINING CORP. P.O. Box 3734, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-4365

ARTS IN STARK

900 Cleveland Ave. NW, Canton OH 44702 (330) 453-1075 Ext: 202 www.artsinstark.com

ARYA FOOD INC. (DBA MR. HERO) 437 E. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 680-8064

ASAP! ADVERTISING SPECIALTIES AND PRINTING 5757 Mayfair Rd., North Canton OH 44721 (330) 494-2995 www.logostuffasap.com

AUGIE’S CARPET CLEANING 867 S. Rockhill Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-7966

AULTCARE

2600 Sixth St. SW, Canton OH 44710 (330) 438-6360 www.aultcare.com

AULTWORKS

2461 West State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-8894

B & K EMPORIUM 546 S. Union Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-8090

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BARBER AIRCRAFT 13820 Union Ave., N.E. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-1168 www.barberaircraft.com

BARNETT INSURANCE 1563 West State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-2920 www.barnett-insurance.com

BEECH CREEK BOTANICAL GARDEN & NATURE PRESERVE

11929 Beech St. NE, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 829-7050 www.beechcreekgardens.org

BENEFIT MANAGEMENT SERVICES OF OHIO

400 Niles Cortland Rd SE, Warren OH 44484 (330) 856-9213 www.bmsoinc.com

BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU

1434 Cleveland Ave. N.W., Canton OH 44711-8017 (330) 454-9401 www.cantonbbb.org

BIO-SCENE RECOVERY INC.

BRITTAIN’S AUTO SERVICES

BUFFALO WILD WINGS

225 N. Union Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-3145

310 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-9464 buffalowildwings.com

BRJ ENGINEERING, INC.

BUNN AGENCY, INC.

BROKE ASS PHONE

BURDEN ELECTRIC

13687 Salem Church St. N.E., Paris OH 44669 (330) 821-4537 2371 West State St. Suite C Alliance OH 44601 (330) 942-0403

BROOKDALE ALLIANCE

1277 S. Sawburg Alliance OH 44601 (330) 829-0180 www.brookdale.com

BRUNER-COX LLP

143 E. Main St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-2188

245 W. Main St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-5229 burdenelectric.com

C & L ASPHALT COATING

4556 12th Street, Homeworth OH 44634 (330) 525-7480 clasphaltcoating@aol.com

4505 Stephen Circle NW Suite 200, Canton OH 44735-5429 (330) 497-2000 www.brunercox.com

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3750 MountView Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-4431

1010 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-7930 www.buckeyecu.org

15743 Terramont NE, Minerva OH 44657 (330) 823-5256

CAMPBELL, DICK

13191 Meadow St. N.E, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-5500

BJ’S BRUSHLESS CAR WASH, LLC

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BONFERT GLASS COMPANY

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BRAD’S CARPET CLEANING LLC

3150 Broadway Ave. NE, Louisville OH 44641-8902 (330) 497-6416 bradscarpetcleaning.com

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CANTERBURY VILLA 1785 Freshley, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-4000 www.canterbury-villa.net

800 S. 15th St., Unit 1865 Sebring OH 44672 (330) 938-8206

CARNATION CHIROPRACTIC CENTER

CANTON REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

2301 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-1777

222 Market Ave. N, Millennium Centre Canton OH 44702 (330) 458-2060 www.cantonchamber.org

CARNATION CITY PLAYERS

450 East Market Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-8712 www.carnationcityplayers.org

CANTON REGIONAL SCORE 6000 Frank Ave. NW, KSU Campus, North Canton OH 44720 (330) 244-3280 cantonregional.score.org

CARNATION CLEANERS 121 E. Main Street Alliance OH 44601 carnationcleaners.com

CANTON/STARK COUNTY CONVENTION BUREAU

CARNATION ELECTRIC MOTOR

222 Market Ave. N Millennium Center, Canton OH 44702 (330) 454-1439 www.VisitCantonStark.com

CAREWORKSCOMP

CARLIN, CYNTHIA

5500 Glendon Court, Suite 300, Dublin OH 43016 (330) 452-1050 Ext: 14 careworksconsultants.com

232 N. Lincoln Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-7116 carnationelectricmotor.com

CARNATION SECURITY SERVICES, INC. 1302 S. Arch Ave., Alliance OH 44601-3639 (330) 821-4100 www.carnationsecurity.com

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CARTER’S COPY CENTER, LLC

CAT FANCIERS’ ASSOCIATIONS, INC.,

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CATHY VIOLA HEALTH AND WELLNESS AMBASSADOR

2451 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 680-8046 www.carterscopycenter.com

260 E. Main St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 680-4070 (Alliance) www.cfa.org

2240 S. Union Ave, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-1900

207 W. Lincoln Way, Minerva OH 44657 (330) 205-2603

CASHMAX ALLIANCE 1731 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 680-4587 www.cashmaxohio.com/ locations/alliance/

CENTRAL COATED PRODUCTS

CASSADAY-TURKLECHRISTIAN FUNERAL HOME

CENTRAL PAYMENT CORP.

2025 McCrea Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-9830

10231 Lisbon Rd., Canfield OH 44406 (330) 853-3956

75 S. Union Avenue, Alliance OH, 44601 (330) 823-1050 funeralplan.com/Ctcfuneral/

CAT FANCIERS ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION, INC.

CHIVES GRILLE

2355 S. Union Ave., Alliance OH, 44601 (330) 829-9955 www.chivesgrille.com

260 E. Main St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 680-4444 FelineHistoricalFoundation.org

CHRIS PUCCI & COMPANY 2620 Center Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 614-3424

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CINDY KING

837 S. Haines Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-7368

CITY OF ALLIANCE 504 East Main Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-3110 www.cityofalliance.com

CLEM, MRS. HARRIET 13484 Louisville N.E., Paris OH 44669 (330) 862-3132

CLUNK LAW OFFICE 2040 S. Union Avenue, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-9142 www.clunklaw.com

COASTAL PET PRODUCTS INC.

911 Leadway Avenue, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-7363 www.coastalpet.com

COCKRILL’S STUDIO, LLC 670 West State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-8303 www.cockrillsstudio.com

COLLEGE INN EATERY 935 West State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-3332

COLONIAL TITLE AGENCY, LLC 4850 Higbee Ave. NW, Canton OH 44718 (330) 305-6446

COMDOC

3458 Massillon Rd. Uniontown OH 44685 (330) 899-8046 www.COMDOCINC.COM

COMFORT INN

2500 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-5555 www.choicehotels.com

COMMUNITY SERVICES OF STARK CO. 1207 W. State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-7478 communityservicesofstark.org

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COMPMANAGEMENT INC. 5771 Mayfair Rd. N. Canton, OH 44720 (330) 966-2329 www.compmgt.com

COMPU-TEK COMPUTERS

1194 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-4840 www.ctsupport.net

CONRAD LODGE NO. 271 F. & A.M. 144 South Linden Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-5181 www.conradlodge.org

CONSUMERS NATIONAL BANK

610 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-8178 www.consumersbank.com

COPELAND OAKS RETIREMENT COMMUNITY

800 South 15th Street, Sebring OH 44672 (330) 938-6126 www.copelandoaks.com

COPYRIGHT, INC.

4880 Hills & Dales Rd. NW, Canton OH 44708 (330) 479-8020 Copyrightneo.com

COURTNEY BANQUET CENTER 981 East State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-7733 courtneysbanquetcenter.com

CRAIG C. HENSCHEN 1147 Oakwood Dr., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-6335

CRITTER CONTROL OF AKRON-CANTON 12740 Devonson St. NE, Alliance OH 44601-9420 (330) 823-1996 www.crittercontrol.com

CUSTOM POLY BAG, INC. 9465 Edison Street, N.E., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 935-2408 www.custompolybag.com

CUTLER REAL ESTATE 2215 W. State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-1113 www.cutlerhomes.com

D & L FERGUSON

110 Main St., Wintersville OH 43953 (330) 821-4447 www.carnationcitymall.com

D G CUSTOM GRAPHICS 14614 Cenfield St. N.E., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 754-0927 dgcustomgraphics.com

DAMON INDUSTRIES INC. 12435 Rockhill Avenue, N.E. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-5310 www.DamonQ.com

DANBURY SENIOR LIVING 1280 S. Sawburg, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 596-8122 danburyseniorliving.com

DAVE’S LAWN CARE 2592 Notre Dame St. NE, Canton OH 44721 (330) 371-7329

DAVID L. KUNTZMAN AGENCY

1844 W. State St. Suite C, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-6411 www.kuntzman-agency.com

DAVID WILLIAMS & ASSOC., INC.

741 S. Sawburg Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-1661 davidwilliamsassociates.com

DONOHOE, SAM 101 Boxwood Court, McMurray PA 15317

DOUGLAS A. CUMMINGS CPA, INC.

1370 S. Sawburg Rd., Suite A Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-4490 www.dacummingscpa.com

DR. J. RANDALL CRAWFORD

2460 South Union Avenue, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-7411 www.jrandallcrawforddds. com/meet-our-doctor

DR. STEIN OPTICAL CLINIC 1650 S. Union Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-2020

DUSTIN BURGESS INSURANCE GROUP, LLC 1420 W. State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-8567 www.nationwide.com/Dustin

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2119 West State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 470-4342 Option 3

EASTERDAY PHARMACY

1696 South Arch Avenue, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-2266

DAVIDSON WELL DRILLING

EDWARD JONES

3160 Beechwood Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-8168

1656 S. Union Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-1900 www.edwardjones.com

DAVIS TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

EDWARD JONES

DEHOFF FLOWERS

ELLIOTT MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS LLC

837 W. Main St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-2544

3517 Beechwood Avenue, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-1455 www.dehoffs.com

DON PANCHO’S RESTAURANT

2105 W. State Street Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-4390 donpanchostexmexcafe.com

DONALD E. KLINE 4th Ward Council, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-0425

1293 California, Louisville OH 44641

3469 Norwood, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-0685

ELLIOTT, RICHARD L. 3469 Norwood, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-0685

EMBROIDME

2638 West State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-8255 embroidme-alliance.com

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EVERETT HEALTH CENTER

FIDELITY COLLECTIONS 220 E. Main St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-9700

115 East Ohio Ave., Sebring OH 44672 (330) 938-0001 www.everetthealth.com

FILNOR, INC.

227 North Freedom Avenue, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-7667

FAMILY HEALTH PHYSICAL MEDICINE

FIRST REALTY

641 E. State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-4455

FAMILY VISION CARE

2045 Cherry Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-2288 www.first-sold.com

1370 South Sawburg Suite B Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-5367 www.familyvisionalliance.com

FARMERS NATIONAL BANK 310 W. State St., Suite A, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 913-2032 farmersbankgroup.com

FARTHING GRAPHIC DESIGN 12276 Cenfield NE, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 875-0963 farthinggraphicdesign.com

FISHER POWER & ELECTRIC CO. Section Four, 300 W. Beech St. Alliance, OH 44601 (330) 823-1661

FLUTEBRARIAN WEB DESIGN 738 Bonnieview Avenue, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-5596 www.flutebrarian.com

FRANK’S FAMILY RESTAURANT

428 E. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 829-7163 www.facebook.com/pages/ Franks-Family-Restaurant

GEDNETZ-RUZEK FUNERAL HOME

126 West Vermont Ave., Sebring OH 44672 (330) 938-2526 www.grfuneralhome.com

GEIGER, TEEPLE, ROBINSON & MCELWEE 1844 West State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-1430 www.gtshlaw.com

GEORGE, CRAIG W. 4917 Bramblewood, Canandaiqua NY 14424

GERALD YOST

215 West Selby St. , Alliance OH 44601 (330) 829-0246

GIANT EAGLE

1800 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-9015 www.gianteagle.com

GIONINO’S PIZZERIA 1690 S. Union Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-9444 Gioninos.com

GIORDANO, GLORIA 1643 Federal Avenue, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-0236

DeHoff’s

Flowers - Greenhouse - Landscaping

Since 1961

Greenhouse Landscaping

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www.dehoffs.com

960 W. State St., Suite 130 Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-8560 www.greateralliancefoundation.org

GREATER STARK COUNTY URBAN LEAGUE 1400 Sherrick Rd. SE, Canton OH 44707 (330) 456-3479 www.cantonul.org

GRINDERS ABOVE & BEYOND 1820 West State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-6665 www.grinders.net

GROVE APPLIANCE TV & MATTRESS 350 East State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-1500 groveappliance.com

GNW ALUMINUM, INC.

HAMPTON INN & SUITES BY HILTON

401 South Arch Avenue, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-2463 P. O. Box 2418 Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-7955

1600 South Union Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-1022 www.gorisproperties.com

GORIS-MEADOWS/ ERMLICH INSURANCE AGENCY 844 S. Sawburg Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-1020 www.gorisinsurance.com Alliance OH 44601

330-823-1455

GREATER ALLIANCE FOUNDATION INC.

HAGAN HEATING & PLUMBING

GOVERNOR JOHN KASICH

3517 Beechwood Ave. • Alliance

P.O. Box 3832 Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-6260 www.carnationfestival.com

GIVENS AGENCY, INC.

GORIS PROPERTIES, LLC

Flowers

GREATER ALLIANCE CARNATION FESTIVAL

GRAPHIC ENTERPRISES OFFICE SOLUTIONS, INC.

3874 Highland Park NW, North Canton OH 44720-8080 (330) 491-2986 www.geiohio.com

11301 Marlboro Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 935-2624

1805 West State Street, Alliance OH 44601 1-419-989-3407 alliance.hamptoninn.com

HEALTHY HEART & HEALTHY PLEASURES, LLC 2354 S.Union Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-3128

HEASTAND AUTO PARTS, INC.

203 North Freedom Ave. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-0670

HERITAGE UNION TITLE CO. LTD, 2040 S. Union Ave Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-6403

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HILL BARTH & KING, LLC.

HYGIENITECH OF STARK COUNTY MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING AND SANITIZING

HILLES MONUMENT SERVICE

INTEGRITY POWER AND ELECTRIC LLC

264 S. 12th Street Beloit OH 44609 (330) 525-7711

119 E. State Street Alliance OH 44601 (330)821-2150 www.hbkcpa.com

2145 S. Union Ave. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-2251

HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS

2341 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-6700 hiexpress.com/allianceoh

HOLY CROSS ACADEMY CATHOLIC SCHOOLS - REGINA COELI/ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL 733 Fernwood Blvd. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-9239 www.rcsjalliance.com

HORIZON AUDIO OF ALLIANCE 2337 S. Union Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-3500 horizonaudio.com

HOWARD HANNA REAL ESTATE SERVICES 4758 Dressler Rd. N.W., Canton OH 44718 (330) 493-6555 howardhanna.com

HUNGRY HOWIE ‘S PIZZA 634 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-9999 www.hungryhowies.com

HUNTER ASSOCIATES INC. 120 W. Second St., Salem OH 44460 (800) 203-6593 hunterassociatesinc.com

HUNTER, ROBERT JR. 3001 S. Union Ave. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-0478

HUNTINGTON NATIONAL BANK 2 West State Street Alliance OH 44601 (330) 829-3207 www.huntington.com

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935 E. Morgan Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 949-1894

2532 S. Bandy Rd., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 614-4695 integritypowerandelectric.com

J&B FLEETINDUSTRIAL SUPPLY 22428 Harrisburg-Westville Road, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-6342 www.jbfleet.com

J.B.H AUTO SUPPLY (DBA NAPA Auto Parts) 317 East State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-1360

JACK E. SELL INC. DBA HEGGY’S

JARMAN PRINTING LLC

KENT WALTER

JEFF WALKER CATERING

KEY BANK

350 South Union Avenue, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-8585 848 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 428-1197

JEM GRAPHIC PROMOTIONAL ADV. & SPECIALTIES

JIM RENACCI, CONGRESSMAN

KIDZONE

JULIE JAKIMIDES

KOLENBRANDER, DR. HAROLD AND MRS.

4150 Belden Village St., NW-Suite 408 Canton OH 44718 1485 Briarwood Rd., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 418-1427

JUPITER STUDIOS 346 E. Main St. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 581-5272 www.jupitorstudios.org

JACKSON HEWITT TAX SERVICE

KAREN’S CASTLE

JACKSON-BELDEN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

KATHY STROIA

JACOBS VANAMAN AGENCY, INC. 614 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-2122

JALISCO’S

2367 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 829-7135

JAMBERRY NAILS

1021 Glenwood Dr., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 206-1480 sherryspahlinger.jamberrynails.net

KIA OF ALLANCE

2010 West State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 680-4507 KIAof alliance.com

K.A.R.S.

7535 Wales Ave. NW, Massillon OH 44646 (330) 833-4400 www.jbcc.org

960 West State Street Alliance OH 44601 (330) 238-1269 www.keybank.com

204 Shadyside Court Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-2816

1306 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-2051 www.heggysalliance.com

712 S. Union Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-1122

2626 Shunk Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-2819

157 Prospect, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-3100 202 N.Freedom Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 680-8120 1012 Northview Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-9053

KATHY’S CREATIONS LLC 2010 Crestview Ave. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-8183

KATY’S CORNER BAKE SHOP

Tropical Sno 4543 Bayard Rd., Homeworth OH 44634 (330) 257-0652

KELLER CONSTRUCTION CO. 10015 Columbus Rd., Louisville OH 44641 (330) 821-9040

KELLER MARKETING (Div of Gen. Comm. Corp.) 110 S. 15th St., Sebring OH 44672 (330) 821-8000 www.gcc-usa.com

1330 E. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 829-3939

6265 Lusanne Terrace Cincinnati OH 45230

KRUGLIAK, WILKINS, GRIFFITHS & DOUGHERTY

960 West State Street, Suite 240 Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-9262 -Canton www.kwgd.com

LAKE TOWNSHIP CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

P.O. Box 1207 Hartville, OH 44632 (330) 877-5500 www.lakechamber.com

LARRY DORDEA 191 Maplewood Dr. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 206-8491

LAVERY AUTOMOTIVE SALES & SERVICE, LLC 1096 West State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-1100 www.laverychevy.com

LEONARD HARDWARE CO., INC. 145 N. 15th St. Sebring OH 44672 (330) 938-6329

LEXINGTON TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE

12616 Atwater N.E. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-3034

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LAVERY

LINGENFELTERBRILL, INC.

Automotive

670 West State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-1630

2618 West State St. Suite A Alliance OH 44601 (330) 257-7996 mattresswarehouse.com

LOUISVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

MC WORKSHOPS LLC

P.O. Box 67 Louisville, OH 44641 (330) 875-7371

LOWE’S

2595 W. State, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 829-2700 www.lowes.com

LUNDGREN, GOLDTHORPE & ZUMBAR 526 East Main Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-2516

M3 CAMPUS OF RIVERTREE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

LAVERY

210 E. Main St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 257-9869

MAC TRAILER MANUFACTURING, INC. 14599 Commerce Street, Alliance OH 44601-1516 (330) 823-9900 www.mactrailer.com

Automotive

MAC’S FLOORING

2371 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 206-1664 Scott@macsFlooringOhio.com

1096 West State St. Alliance

330-823-1100

MANHATTAN CLEANERS & DRYERS, INC.

www.LaveryChevy.com

P. O. BOX 3731 Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-4225

MARLINGTON LOCAL SCHOOLS

1020281300

10320 Moulin Ave., N.E. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-7458 dukes.stark.k12.oh.us

MARY KAY COSMETICS 2855 S. Union Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-0605 www.estherwhiteleather.net

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MASSILLON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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MATTRESS WAREHOUSE

137 Lincoln Way E, Massillon OH 44646 (330) 833-3146 massillonohchamber.com

P. O. Box 446 Hartville OH 44632 (330) 244-6164 www.mcemployment.com

MCDONALD’S

(East State Street) 721 East State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-5308

MCDONALD’S

(West State Street) 2496 West State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-4441

MDVIP/IMP

1401 S. Arch Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-3244

MEN’S CHALLENGE OF ALLIANCE 470 E. Broadway, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-6367 www.menschallenge.org

MENTAL HEALTH AND RECOVERY SERVICES BOARD OF STARK COUNTY 121 Cleveland Ave. SW, Canton OH 44702-1903 (330) 455-6644

MERCY MEDICAL CENTER

1320 Mercy Drive N.W., Canton OH 44708 (330) 489-1092

MIKE KACHILLA

University of Mount Union, Alliance OH 44601 (740) 680-6720

MILLER’S FLOWERLAND

468 West Vine Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-1110 www.millersflowerland.com

MINERVA AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 203 N. Market, Minerva, OH 44657 (330) 868-7979

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3289 Knox School Rd. Homeworth OH 44634 (330) 525-0072

MODERN HEARING SOLUTIONS, INC. 2412 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-3277

MONTROSE FORD LINCOLN

OASIS LAWN CARE, INC.

PANERA BREAD #4637

POCKET CHANGE

OHIO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

PAPA GYROS

POLINORI’S PALM GARDEN INN

2451 W. State Street, Alliance OH 44601-4937 (330) 821-6331 Oasislawns.com

230 East Town Street, Columbus OH 43215 (614) 228-4201 www.ohiochamber.com

2480 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-1128 www.gomontrose.com

OHIO EDISON COMPANY

MORGAN ENGINEERING SYSTEMS, INC.

OHIO EYE ALLIANCE INC.

1049 S. Mahoning Ave., Alliance OH 44601-3212 (330) 823-6120

MPI LABEL SYSTEMS, INC. 450 Courtney Road, Sebring OH 44672 (330) 938-2134 www.mpilabels.com

2600 S. Erie Street, Massillon OH 44648-6200 985 South Sawburg, Alliance OH 44601-3590 (330) 823-1680 www.ohioeye.com

OHIO FURNITURE MART

22650 Harrisburg-Westville Rd, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-2302

OHIO MEANS JOBS STARK COUNTY

MR. ALEX J. ROBERTSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-1140

822 30th Street N.W., Canton OH 44709 (330) 433-WORK (9675) www.eswork.com

MR. GUTTERMAKER SEAMLESS SPOUTING

OHIO RACK COMPANY, INC.

181 W. Carol Street Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-8022

MR.AND MRS. LARRY PYERS 501 Fairview Place, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-1094

MYUNIVERSITYLISTINGS, LLC

1972 Clark Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (419) 957-7838 MyUnivesityListings.com

NORTH CANTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 121 South Main Street, North Canton, OH 44720 (330) 499-5100 northcantonchamber.org

NORTHWOOD REALTY 1021 W. State St. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 829-3960 www.northwood.com

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1500 South Mahoning Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-8200 www.ohiorack.com

OLD CAROLINA BARBECUE COMPANY 4403 Cleveland Ave. N.W., Canton OH 44709 (330) 491-8180 www.oldcarolina.com

ON THE GLOW, LLC

1670 West State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-8404 wifi.covelli.com/panera 320 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-7773 www.papagyros.com

PARIS STUDIOS AND GALLERY

361 East Main Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 913-8665 www.FREDLEEVOTAW.com

PATHSTONE CORPORATION 247 East Main St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-0513 www.pathstone.org

PAULI ELECTRIC

1930 South Freedom-Ste. A Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-7438

PAULUS ORTHODONTICS, INC. 1604 S. Union Ave. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-4046

PENTURF DENTISTRY, LLC 800 S. Sawburg Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-7244

PEREGRINE HEALTH SERVICES INC. 2040 McCrea Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-9005

PERKINS RESTAURANT AND BAKERY/OAK RIDGE MOTEL

670 W. State St. Suite #5, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 257-0954 www.fauxontheglow.com

20040 Harrisburg Westville Rd., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-9600

ORANGE LEAF ALLIANCE, OHIO

1441 W. State, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-PETS (330) 823-7387

320 W. State St., Suite C Alliance OH 44601 (330) 913-7255 www.orangeleafyogurt.com

OVER THE TOP SNACKS

2500 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-5550 overthetopsnacks.com

PET CONNECTION, INC.

PETERSON, DONALD A. JR.

1439 Fernwood Blvd., Alliance OH 44601

PLEASANT WEALTH MANAGEMENT LLC 720 McKinley Ave. NW, Canton, OH 44703 (330) 893-0113 www.pleasantwealth.com

College Plaza Alliance OH 44601 (330) 581-5555

1441 South Liberty Avenue, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-2680

PREMIER DESIGNS JEWELRY 13622 Stanley Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 614-3911 premierdesigns.com

PROTECH CARPET & TILE CLEANING 1706 Lilly Lane, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 277-1367

PSC METALS

826 North Webb Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-3643

PUCCI’S CULINARY CUISINE & ITALIAN RESTAURANT 2012 Tanglewood Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 829-7000 puccispub.com

PURR-FECT CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CARE 25 N Arch Ave, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-7609

QUALITY OIL & GAS CORPORATION 1681 W. Main Street Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-6375

QUOTA INTERNATIONAL OF ALLIANCE, OH INC. 911 Vincent Blvd., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-6560

R. L. LANDSCAPE GROUP, INC.

22173 Windsor Dr., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 428-2660 www.rllandscapegroup.com

RAPHAEL’S SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE, INC. 1324

Youngstown-Warren Rd., Niles OH 44446 (330) 823-3884 Raphaelsbeautyschool.edu

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REY’S ROUTE 62 BAR & GRILL 2109 West State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-7862

RICK SHERER

6346 Doral Dr., Canton OH 44718-4010 (330) 244-0196

RISK CONTROL 360 5500 Glendon Court, Dublin OH 43016 riskcontrol360.com

ROBERT G. LAVERY 334 Overlook Dr., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-6181

ROBERT L. AKINS, LAND SURVEYING 776 N. Union, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-4602

ROBERTSON HEATING SUPPLY CO. 2155 W. Main, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-9180 robertsonkitchenandbath. com

RODMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT

1630 South Union Avenue, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-4530 www.rodmancapital.com

RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY

215 East Broadway Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-2665 www.rodmanlibrary.com

ROGER RHOME 1st Ward Council, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-4833

RONALD P. DEZENZO 277 W. Carol St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-1935

ROSE’S HILLCREST MARKET 1475 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601-3685 (330) 821-5730

ROSELAWN GARDENS

11999 Klinger Avenue, N.E. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-0618

ROTARY CLUB

P.O. Box 3703 Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-9638 www.alliancerotary.org

ROY CLUNK

510 Overlook Dr. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-1523

ROY’S CAR WASH & LUBE SHOP, INC. 2180 West State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-1818 royswashandlube.com

RPM EXPRESS LTD 13665 Beech St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-1874

RUHL ELECTRIC CO. 6428 Union Ave. NE, Alliance OH 44601-8140 (330) 823-2656

RWJ CORPORATION 1945 South 12th St., Sebring OH 44672 (330) 938-9408 rwjsprinkler.com

RYAN ALTERNATIVE STAFFING INC. 1320 W. State St. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 829-9660

RYAN, TIM, CONGRESSMAN

241 W. Federal St., Youngstown OH 44503 (330) 740-0193

S. P. BROWN INTERIORS, INC.

665 West State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-7572

SALLY & ASSOC. AUTO SALES, INC. 854 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-8898 www.sallyauto.com

SALVATION ARMY 57 W. Main St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-5188

SANITEX INC.

653 W. Main St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-9950

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Our motivated agents will aggressively market and handle every detail of your transaction for a smooth, successful sale.

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SCHIAVONI, JOSEPH 87 Westchester Dr., Youngstown OH 44515 (330) 799-5940

SCHOTT FEED & SUPPLY, INC.

715 East Patterson Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-7277

SCHUMACHER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

412 Lake Avenue NE, Massillon OH 44648 (330) 833-8387 schumacherconstruction.com

SEARS AUTHORIZED RETAILER 2500 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-4568

SEBRING LOCAL SCHOOLS

510 N. 14th Street, Sebring OH 44672 (330) 938-6165 www.sebring.k12.oh.us

SEBRING MANSION INN & SPA

385 West Ohio Avenue, Sebring OH 44672 (330) 938-0423 www.sebringmansion.com

SENATOR, W. SCOTT OELSLEGER 215 N. Circle Dr. SW, North Canton OH 44709 (330) 454-9394

SERVPRO OF SOUTH & EAST STARK COUNTY 2212 W. State St. #271 Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-4088 www.servpro.com

SHARER-STIRLINGSKIVOLOCKE FUNERAL HOME

1000 South Union Avenue, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-2159 www.sharerfuneralhome.com

SHE WALKS IN BEAUTY P. O. Box 2031, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 907-9580

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SHEETZ

236 West State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 829-9970 www.sheetz.com

SILVER PARK OFFICE Silver Park Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-2260

SIMCO MANAGEMENT CORPORATION

Liberty Heights Apartments Alliance OH 44601 (330) 545-5457 www.simco-apts.com

SMITH TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES 20764 Oak St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 587-5996

SO YOU CALL YOURSELF A LEADER - LEADERSHIP EMPOWERMENT INSTITUTE LLC

P. O. Box 2728, Alliance OH 44601 (240) 271-6201 soyoucallyourselfaleader.com

SPRINT BY UNIVERSAL WIRELESS

STARK DEVELOPMENT BOARD

116 Cleveland Ave. N.W. Suite 600, Canton OH 44702 (330) 453-5900 www.starkcoohio.com

STARK FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 310 Johnson Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-7225 www.starkcu.org

STARK METAL SALES, INC. 432 East Keystone Avenue, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-7383 www.starkmetal.com

STARK STATE COLLEGE 6200 Frank Avenue NW, North Canton OH 44720 (330) 966-5464 www.starkstate.edu

STARK-SUMMIT AMBULANCE

1310 S. Erie St., Massillon OH 44646 (330) 821-9680 www.american-ems.com

STATE FARM INSURANCE - JULIE RUNKCOFFELT

1630 W. State St. Suite B Alliance OH 44601 (330) 238-1260 www.universalwireless.net

1840 W. State St. Ste. A Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-5682 www.InsureWithJulie.com

STAPLES OFFICE SUPPLY SUPERSTORE

STATE SENATOR KIRK SCHURING

1845 Freshley Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 829-9506 www.staples.com

STARK COUNTY AUDITOR

110 Central Plaza South Suite 220 Canton OH 44702 (330) 451-7357 www.auditor.co.stark.oh.us

STARK COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCE ASSOCIATION P. O. Box 20247 Canton OH 44701 (330) 451-8670 stark.shrm.org

STARK COUNTY PARK DISTRICT 5300 Tyner Street NW, Canton OH 44708 (330) 479-2336 www.StarkParks.com

1817 Devonshire Drive, NW, Canton OH 44708 (330) 478-2900

STATE TREASURER OF OHIO 613 W. Superior Ave. Cleveland OH 44113 (330) 301-4830 www.ohiotreaurer.gov

STEEL EQUIPMENT SPECIALISTS, INC. 1507 Beeson Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-3322 www.seseng.com

STIFEL

960 W. State Street - Suite 230 Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-7666 www.stifel.com

STUDIO TWO CUSTOM PHOTOGRAPHY 1380 West State Street Alliance OH 44601 (330) 492-7840 www.studiotwophoto.com

SUE RYAN

1055 Stratford Place, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-0956

SUN AMERICA COVERTING

46 North Rockhill Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-6300 www.sun-america.com

SUNBEAM TANNING SALON 3799 Sandy Lake Rd., Ravenna OH 44266 (330) 821-4244

TAILGATERS SPORTS BAR & GRILL LLC 1490 East State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-8444

TALK4LESSOHIO (DBA METROPCS) 2121 West State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 680-8096

TANNENHAUF GOLF CLUB, INC. 11411 McCallum Ave., NE, Alliance OH 44601-9745 (330) 823-4402 www.tannenhaufgolf.net

TANNER REAL ESTATE 1965 Glamorgan Avenue Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-8880 www.tannerrealestate.net

TANNER REAL ESTATE-SUSAN H. EYNON CRS 1125 Overlook Dr., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-2420

TECHNOLOGY ACCELERATOR ALLIANCE (TA2)

1207 W. State St, Ste N, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 829-6804 techalliance2.com

THE CHAPEL IN MARLBORO

P. O. Box 169 Louisville OH 44641-0169 (330) 935-0132 www.marlboro-chapel.com

THE LEADER’S EDGE 3950 SR 39 NW, Dover OH 44622 (330) 365-2294

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THE OUTDOOR OFFICE GUNS AND AMMO

835 W. Main St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 488-4026 outdoorofficegunmall.com

THE SOFA STORE

2500 West State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 829-3388 www.createaroomnow.com

THE STUCKEY FAMILY INTERFAITH DEVELOPMENT CENTER 205 S. Union Ave. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-1377 stuckeyfamilyinterfaithcdc.org

THE UPS STORE 5553 2212 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-1502 www.theupsstorelocal. com/5553

THORNES NEIGHBORHOOD MARKET 653 S. Union, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-7907

THORNES NEIGHBORHOOD MARKET -COLLEGE PLAZA 1400 E. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-6067

TIME WARNER CABLE BUSINESS CLASS 5520 Whipple Ave. NW North Canton OH 447207700 1-800-245-8166 www.twcbc.com/neohio

TITAN SPORTS OHIO CUSTOM APPAREL 15971 Georgetown St. NE Minerva OH 44652 (330) 822-4940

TRAPS SPORTS CENTER 528 W. State, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-7733

TRI COUNTY ANIMAL HOSPITAL

22285 State Rt. 62 E Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-0397 tri-countyanimalhospital.com

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TRILOGY PLASTICS INC. 2290 W. Main St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-4711 www.trilogyplastics.com

TROLL HOLE/ART EMPORIUM 228 E. Main Street Alliance OH 44601 (330) 696-7838 www.thetrollhole.com

TULLIS, EUGENIA ‘’GINA’’ 1135 E. 10th St., Salem OH 44460 (330) 678-1902

UNITED WAY OF GREATER STARK COUNTY

401 Market Avenue North, Suite 300 Canton OH 44702 (330) 491-0445 www.uwstark.org

UNIVERSITY OF MOUNT UNION

1972 Clark Avenue Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-6050 www.mountunion.edu

UPTOWN AUTO SERVICE 2075 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-3065 uptownautoservice.com

UTTERBACK DENTAL GROUP 1360 S. Sawburg, Alliance OH 44601-4203 (330) 821-6603

VERT DELI

355 E. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 428-3618

VICTORIO’S PIZZA 771 S. Arch Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-2946 www.victoriospizza.com

VILLAGE OF SEBRING 135 East Ohio Avenue Sebring OH 44672 (330) 938-9340 www.sebringohio.net

W. J. EGLI COMPANY, INC. 205 East Columbia Street Alliance OH 44601-0605 (330) 823-3666

WAL-MART

2700 W. State St. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-0026 www.walmart.com

WALKER PAINTING 23123 Buck Rd., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-8818

WALLY ARMOUR CHRYSLER DODGE JEEP 1950 W. State St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-3556 wallyarmour.com

WALTON-SCHRADER FUNERAL HOME, INC. 1131 West State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-9169

WDPN/WDJQ

393 Smyth Avenue, N.E. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-1111 am1310wdpn.com

WE’RE ROLLING 2500 W. State, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-0575 www.wererolling.com

WELCOME WAGON

115 South Service Road, Westbury, NY 11590 1-800-737-4859 www.welcomewagon.com

WELLSPRING BIBLE CHURCH 13553 Kent Ave. Hartville OH 44632 (330) 704-3690

WEST BRANCH LOCAL SCHOOLS

14277 Main Street, Beloit OH 44609 (330) 938-9324 www.westbranch.k12.oh.us

WEST SIDE ANIMAL HOSPITAL

866 South Sawburg Avenue Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-1500

WESTMONT, INC.

3035 Union Ave. NE Minerva OH 44657 (330) 862-3080 www.westmontinc.com

WET PAWS DOG SPA 1963 Glamorgan St. Ste.C Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-9433 www.wetpawsdogspa.com

WHITACRE GREER COMPANY, INC. 1400 S. Mahoning Ave. Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-1610 www.wgpaver.com

WHITAKER LAW OFFICES

2031 Ridgewood Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-4414

WHITE PHYSICAL THERAPY SERVICE

75 West Glamorgan - Suite 110, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-2249

WHITE REFRIGERATION 420 East Main Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-1243

WILLIAM M. EICHNER, M.D. 1640 S. Union Ave., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-5566

WILLIAMS-CASE INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 60 South 15th Street, Sebring OH 44672-0159 (330) 938-6123 williamscaseagency.com

WILLIAMSBURG PRESS, INC. 250 East Main Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 821-6162

WIND TURBINES OF OHIO

981 East State Street, Alliance OH 44601 (330) 502-1250

WINKLE INDUSTRIES, INC.

2080 West Main St., Alliance OH 44601 (330) 823-9730 www.winkleindustries.com

WYCKOFF, CARLA S. 2464 Shawdow Lane, Stow OH 44224 (330) 672-2727 (Kent Univ)

XMATTER LLC THROWFLAME.COM

1972 Clark Ave. Box #1839 Alliance OH 44601 (330) 333-1795 Throwflame.com

YOUTH-FUL CHAMBER ORCHESTRA(MULTIAGE ORCHESTRA) 7007 Paris Ave. NE Louisville OH 44641 (330) 875-4186

YUM YUM TREE

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The Quality Leader

A family-owned, American manufacturer since 1968, Coastal Pet is committed to leading the pet industry.

“Coastal Pet Products is an innovative and inspiring workplace. They’ve provided me great opportunities in my 20 years of working here.

Skyler Carter Distribution Associate

Allison Aubele Manufacturing Associate

“I’ve worked for Coastal Pet for over 10 years because they provide great, flexible hours to keep a good work-life balance.”

“I take pride not only in working for a quality based company, but also in using the same products I help make on my own pets.”

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