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Alliance Community Guide 2014-2015

A special supplement of The Alliance Review in conjunction with The Alliance Area Chamber of Commerce

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Index of Advertisers Aid Pest Control......................................page 37 All Pro RV...............................................page 29 Alliance Appliance . ...............................page 47 Alliance Area Development.....................page 10 Alliance Board of Education....................page 35 Alliance Coins.........................................page 40 Alliance Community Hospital..................page 63 Alliance Community Medical Foundation .........................................................page 14 Alliance Discount Tire...............................page 7 Alliance for Children and Families..........page 53 Alliance Loan Company..........................page 50 Alliance Obstetrics Inc.............................page 34 Anstine Machining Corporation...............page 64 Atwater Nursery.....................................page 48 Bad Boy Tattoo.......................................page 49 Barnett Insurance . ................................page 44 Bio-Scene Recovery.................................page 49 Bridgewater Primitives...........................page 41 Burden Electric ......................................page 50 Caddy Shack..........................................page 39 Canterbury Villa.....................................page 36 Carnation City Mall.................................page 38 Carter’s Copies.......................................page 13 Cassaday-Turkle-Christian.......................page 13 Coastal Pet Products...............................page 21 Consumers National Bank........................page 6 Copeland Oaks.......................................page 11 Crandall Medical Center.........................page 46

Custom Poly Bag....................................page 16 Cutty’s Sunset RV & Camping Resort.......page 16 DeHoff’s Flowers, Greenhouse Landscaping ........................................................page 45 Ermlich Goris Meadows..........................page 19 Francis Jewelry......................................page 18 Frank’s Family Restaurant......................page 58 General Transmission.............................page 55 Greater Alliance Carnation Festival Board .........................................................page 17 Greater Alliance Foundation ....................page 2 Grove Appliance, Mattress & TV..............page 28 Heastand Auto Parts...............................page 40 Hilles Monuments..................................page 45 Hot Pots Pottery.....................................page 35 Horizon Audio of Alliance ........................page 3 Howard Hanna . ....................................page 31 Jackson Hewitt Tax Service.....................page 54 JWW Auto Accessories.............................page 18 Kent State Score.....................................page 52 Lavery Automotive ................................page 15 Lingenfelter-Brill......................................page 4 Mel’s Towing ...........................................page 8 Montrose Ford of Alliance . ....................page 12 Nationwide Insurance.............................page 47 Norge Village Cleaners...........................page 43 Pauli Electric Inc.....................................page 24 Robertson’s Kitchen and Bath Gallery.....page 20 Roselawn Gardens..................................page 39

Sanitex..................................................page 27 Sarchione Auto Sales..............................page 26 Sarchione Chevrolet...............................page 26 Sarchione Ford.......................................page 26 Sims Insurance.......................................page 22 Tailgaters Sports Bar & Grill.....................page 9 Tanner Real Estate..................................page 52 The Review . ..........................................page 51

United Way of Greater Stark County.......page 25 Uptown Auto..........................................page 22 Wally Armour.........................................page 42 Well Spring Bible Church........................page 37 Westgate Management...........................page 23 White Physical Therapy Services.............page 34 YMCA.....................................................page 27

CONTENTS LIVING

A to Z Guide to Living in Alliance..............................................pages 8 & 9 History.............................................................................................page 7 Rodman Public Library ........................................................pages 25 & 29

GOVERNMENT

Alliance City Government.........................................................page 43 - 46 Stark County Officials .............................................................page 48 - 49 Federal and State Government........................................................page 50

ECONOMY

Alliance Area Chamber of Commerce....................................... page 11 - 13 Mayor Alan Andreani................................................................pages 4 & 5 Alliance Area Development.............................................................page 10

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A letter from Mayor Andreani

The city has seen many new and revitalized institutions over the last decade. 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, which 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 40,000 people live within a five-mile radius of the center of Alliance. 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 - particularly retail establishments. The most recent developments have included at the plaza containing the Kohl’s department Store, Maurice’s, and Famous Footwear. Also along State Street, the Chipotle Restaurant, Sprint and Aspen Dental are housed in one facility and nearby the new Panera Bread and Dairy Queen restaurants have been added to the landscape. Additionally, Frank’s Family Restaurant, total refurbishments of both McDonald’s restaurants in the city, as well as the refurbishment of the Burger King restaurants give the public many choices of eating establishments. In the downtown area, the Smokehouse Cafe on Continued on page 5

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Alliance Community Guide Welcome... Continued from page 4 Market Street and the Farm Girls Pub & Grub on Main Street add to the dining options located in the city’s historic arts and culture district. Also new to downtown is Paris Studios, an active workspace and display area for local artists. The educational community has seen continued growth as well. The leader has been the University of Mount Union. The University has grown, expanding its offerings in graduate studies and soon will be offering a bachelor’s degree in nursing and a doctorate in physical therapy in a new building under construction on Union Avenue. Also under construction is a new theater to replace Rodman Playhouse on the campus located on Simpson Street. Stark State College provides technical and careeroriented programs and soon will be starting on their new facility located on the grounds of and in collaboration with Alliance Community Hospital. Area attractions include the international headquarters of the Cat Fanciers’ Association and their associated CFA Foundation museum that is open for touring on Main Street. The Downtown Farmers’ Market has been a tremendous success on summer Saturday mornings, as has the Downtown Summer Concert Series on Friday nights. Arts in Stark 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 world’s largest collection of trolls, is also 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 Bridge stands out as a major connector and tribute to Dr. King as well as being Alliance’s historical link to the railroad. The future is bright for the renaissance of the downtown region. Attractions in other areas of the City include the World War History and Art Museum, a world class facility dedicated to preserving memorabilia created by soldiers that endured the World Wars located at the College Plaza. The Haines House offers visitors the opportunity to explore a “station” used on the Underground Railroad routes to aid slaves on their escape

north. The Mabel Hartzell Home, located at the corner of Park and Vine, is operated by the Alliance Historical Society and allows visitors a glimpse into the Victorian era. A major attraction is the 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 Carnation Festival events in August, touting Alliance as the “Carnation City” home of the Scarlet Carnation, the Ohio state flower. Soon Silver Park will be the home for the 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 sixty years. The Alliance Area Senior Center (AASC), located on West Vine Street, is a busy place and hosts many activities for the area’s senior citizens. On the other side of town, on West. Beech Street in Washington Township, the Beech Creek Botanical Garden & Nature Preserve attracts visitors, who can participate in a variety of activities year-round, including visiting the popular butterfly house in the summer and hand-feeding chickadees in the winter. Besides the museums to attract people there are many sporting, music, art and theatrical events year round in the City. The University of Mount Union, besides offering nationally recognized football teams, has a full range of spectator sports including new lacrosse programs. 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 and Marlington schools. With many new businesses and the wide range of activities for entertainment and education, we invite you to come to Alliance and sample our hospitality. n

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THE CITY OF ALLIANCE EMERGED FROM A HISTORY OF DIVERSITY AND COOPERATION. Before it was formed from the union of several small villages in 1850, the land was occupied by Hopewell Native Americans, a group of indigenous people famous for their mysterious mounds, craft work and pottery. A great way to unearth the town’s history is to take a tour of Alliance City Cemetery. The grounds, located on Vine Street, are the resting place of several significant Alliance natives, which local cemetery historian W. John Gross said provides a unique look inside the Carnation City. After all, as Gross explains, “If you really want to know your community, start at the cemetery.” Alliance natives J. Ridgeway Haines, World War I Col. Charles C. Weybrecht and scarlet carnation cultivator Dr. Levi Lamborn all are buried here. Haines, whose estate is now a historical site open

to the public thanks to the Alliance Area Preservation Society, was an active abolitionist who transformed his home into an Underground Railroad site in the 1800s. The property is now open for weekend tours. Other important natives, such as Col. William Henry Morgan, the president and former owner of Morgan Engineering Co., still have a presence in the Alliance community. Morgan was the builder of Glamorgan Castle, an estate built on a 50-acre plot of land in Alliance. In its heyday, the Castle had bowling alleys, a billiard room and a large swimming pool in the basement. It was built from 100 tons of structural steel and 96 train car loads of Vermont marble. The property, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, currently houses the central administrative offices for Alliance City Schools. Still, the Castle Continued on page 8

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Alliance Community Guide History ... Continued from page 7 is open for tours, coordinated by the Castle Crusaders. Due to its railroads, which served as the crossroads that became the nucleus of the city’s future, Alliance quickly gained an industrial base. However, it was a kind gesture of respect courtesy of Dr. Lamborn, which proved to be the most influential. In 1886, Dr. Lamborn propagated a Scarlet Carnation from French seedligns and presented William McKinley, whom he was opposing for the 18th Congressional District, with a Lamborn Red boutonniere before each debate. McKinley regularly spoke of these carnations as his good luck charm, one that eventually led him to the White House. On September 14, 1901, moments after removing the flower from his lapel and giving it to a young admirer at the Buffalo Exposition, President McKinley was struck down by an assassin’s bullet. Following years of lobbying by Lamborn, the Ohio General Assembly passed a joint resolution naming the scarlet carnation the state flower February 3, 1904. And more than 45 years later, the Ohio Legislature recognized Alliance as the “Carnation City,” which eventually gave birth to the Greater Alliance Carnation Festival, an annual tribute to the city’s Carnation legacy. n

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ANIMALS

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 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., 330-8214866. 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. Mount Union Cemetery, 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., 330-8213110. The city website, www.cityofalliance.com, also lists opportunities under the Employment link.

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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. No minor age 16 or 17 years is permitted on streets or public grounds from 11 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. unless accompanied by a parent, guardian or a person over 21 years old.

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SIDEWALKS

Property owners are responsible for installing and maintaining sidewalks.

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.

For-profit and non-profit 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 330821-3110.

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.

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., 330-821-3110 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 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 5.75 percent.

STREETS

For information about streets, alleys and driveways, call the street department at 330-823-3133 or the safety-service 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 safety-service director at 330- 821-3110 or the mayor’s office at 330-821-3110.

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., 330823-5122. n

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with a new name for 2013, continues to work hand-in-hand with civic and community leaders to lead economic growth in the Alliance area. Founded in 1999, the AAD, formerly the Alliance Area Development Foundation, focuses on positively impacting retention of companies and their expansion, as well as attracting new companies. AAD is led by president Tom Pukys, a certified economic developer. In the spring of 2013, Pukys earned the designation of Certified Economic Developer (CEcD), a recognition that denotes a mastery of principal skills in economic development, professional attainment and a commitment to personal and professional growth. He also chairs the city’s Technology Accelerator Alliance (TA2) and Early Childhood Education Alliance. He also serves with the Alliance Rotary, United Way and Junior Achievement as well as vice chairman of the Alliance For Children and Families. Pukys, a Stark County native, foresees a positive future for business in the Alliance area. “Companies in this area are really growing,” he said. “Part of my job is to talk to shop owners and gauge if their business is growing. Over the past year, 68 percent said sales are increasing and 32 percent said they are stable. “There are $19 million in capital expenditures for the manufacturing and industrial sector over the next three years. There is also a Union Ave corridor project that is in the planning stages. It is a project that many partners are coming together on that includes Mount Union as well as the AAD, the Alliance Chamber, GAF, Alliance Community Hospital, the City of Alliance as well as many interested business owners.” Pukys also works to improve the image of the Alliance area, a task, he says, that should be shared by all Alliance residents.

“We are all advocates here. We are all involved in economic development. What I am doing, you all are also doing. We’re collaborating and getting things done.” Pukys is particularly involved with the Technology Accelerator Alliance project, an incubator program that seeks to assist technology companies in locating in the Alliance area. Three such companies received funding in 2013 and more will be accepted in 2014 and the years to come. Most recently, the AAD has provided instrumental assistance in further developing the manufacturing, service and retail industries in Alliance as well as look towards ways to utilize oil and gas growth, which is expected to generate 204,000 jobs by 2015. For more information about the ADF, visit www.allianceadf.com n


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The chamber membership is made up of more than 400 business and professional leaders whose purpose is advancing the economic, industrial, professional, cultural and civic welfare of the Alliance area. assistance to any new firms or individuals seeking to locate, 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 Alliance chamber is a member of the CantonStark County Convention and Visitors’ Bureau, handling city tourism. In both the chamber’s downtown location as well as a visitors’ bureau located in a kiosk in the center of the Carnation City Mall, tourists can find maps and brochures

on various venues of interest within the city, such as Glamorgan Castle, the Cat Fanciers’ Association Foundation’s Feline Historical Museum and the University of Mount Union, as well as promoting events such as the Hot Stove League baseball tournaments and Carnation Festival. Locke said the office also provides information to individuals who are interested in relocating to the Carnation City, including general information on Alliance and local realtors. “Most people contact us in preparations to visiting a family in the area or class reunions, which attract a lot of out-of-towners,” said Locke. “However, others do contact us when looking to move to Alliance for job-related relocation or coming back to take care of a parent.” The chamber also plays an important role, when companies are considering relocating to Alliance. “Most communities are offering the same package, especially in regards to county and local packages, so it isn’t surprising that quality of life plays such a huge role into giving a community the edge,” Locke said. While Alliance has its community development benefits through its Urban Development Action Grant loan programs and tax incentives, Alliance’s park system is second-to-none, Locke said. “Mount Union is a huge asset and a big draw.” The Alliance Area Chamber of Commerce is located at 210 E. Main St. and can be reached through its website at www.allianceohiochamber.org n

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When a group of business leaders decided 15 years ago to establish an organization geared towards philanthropic work in the greater Alliance area, a movement was born. The Greater Alliance Foundation awarded more than a half million dollars in grants last year. Since the organization was founded to match charitable intentions with specific needs of the community through carefully managed endowments, the Greater Alliance Foundation’s assets has grown to exceed $10 million and also helped more than 70 organizations with $4 million-plus in grants. A complete list of these organizations can be found at the foundation’s website, www.greateralliancefoundation.org. One of this past year’s major projects was the Alliance YMCA’s $3.2 million dollar capital campaign program, which was supplemented by a $450,000 grant by the Greater Alliance Foundation. The grant was the largest gift received for the project and the largest ever awarded by the Foundation. According to Greater Alliance Foundation Executive Director Doug Schwarz, the $450,000 grant will be paid over three years. “We do not know of any other opportunity in our city that will have more of a positive impact on our children

and their families more than that the building collaboration between the YMCA and the Stuckey Family Interfaith Development Center. This is why trustees made such a large financial commitment to the YMCA Capital Campaign,” he said. The foundation’s many successful programs have included efforts such as the Robert T. White School of Practical Nursing, which under the umbrella of the Alliance Career Center offers a two-year LPN course of study and offers day and evening classes, and the Early Childhood Alliance Inc., which promotes and creates dynamic learning environments for children. Organization endowment funds also have supported charity and capital improvement projects for the Alliance Symphony, Alliance Historical Society, Alliance Domestic Violence Shelter, Alliance YWCA, Alliance Neighborhood Center and Castle Crusaders. Out of the $668,004 in grants awarded by the Greater Alliance Foundation in 2011-2012, approximately half of those went to community causes with the remainder going towards educational causes, including scholarships and early childhood education. For those interested in joining the partnerships supported by the vision of the Greater Alliance Foundation, call 330-823-8560 or visit www.greateralliancefoundation.org. n

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amusements and Carnation Queen introductions make this a memorable annual event to honor the red, white and blue. The Greater Alliance Area Carnation Festival - In its 54th year, the Greater Alliance Area Carnation Festival brings the community together to celebrate the flower that gave Alliance its name. The two-week 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. Usually spanning 10 days in August, the festival begins with the Kickoff Parade and finishes with a spectacular display of fireworks at Silver Park. The Continued on page 17

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. alliancefarmersmarket.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, kids’

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in various positions. Each year the festival board president, vice presidents and board members oversee and help to organize events. For more information, visit www.carnationfestival. com or call the Alliance Area Chamber of Commerce at 330-823-6260. n

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Alliance has many educational, cultural and historical points of interest for visitors and natives to enjoy. An afternoon spent touring one of the city’s museums is not an afternoon wasted. MUSEUMS

Alliance Historical Black History Museum - “To know where we are going, we need to know where we are coming from.” This was the purpose behind the opening of this museum, which houses showcases on 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 stint on “Candid Camera.” Tributes to inventors, music, authors as well as state and national politics also can be found within this museum’s walls. The museum, which is located at 220 S. Arch Ave., is open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays. For more information, call 330-257-5782. Feline Historical Museum - A recent addition to Alliance’s ever-evolving downtown, the Feline Historical Museum, operated by the Cat Fanciers’ Association Continued on page 21 20 Alliance COMMUNITY GUIDE • 2014-2015


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CULTURAL SITES 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 fire house in downtown Alliance. The community theater holds auditions for locals who have a knack for acting, and puts on several performances a year. Firehouse Theatre is located at 450 E. Market St. Call 330-821-5678 for more information. 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. www.alliancesymphony.org Alliance Youthful Chamber Orchestra - The multigenerational Alliance Youthful Chamber Orchestra, founded in 1992, was originally known as the Youth Chamber Orchestra. The group is comprised of string musicians all 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, contact David Daniels at 330-257-2440.

Crandall Gallery - As part of the University of Mount Union, Crandall Gallery features faculty and student art as well as exhibits from renowned artists. Various paintings, photography, prints and other forms of visual art are on display throughout the academic year. It is located on Mount Union’s campus at 35 W. Simpson St.. www.mountunion.edu/crandallgallery-schedule Jupiter Studios - Jupiter Studios, a community center with a focus on art, including performing arts, offers workshops, theater, music, films, a community art gallery and fundraising event space. One can book it for private parties, as well utiilze 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 is located at 346 E. Main St. Call 330-829-3399 for more information. www.jupiterstudios.org Paris Gallery and Studio - The space primarily serves as a place for Alliance area artists to share their talents and vision with the community through this free studio space. Fredlee Votaw hopes to expand into offering classes and meeting spaces in the future, but currently the primary role is to offer gallery space for local educational venues and non-profits. Located at 361 E. Main St. in historic downtown Alliance, hours are by appointment only. Call 330-913-8665 for information. www.fredleevotaw.com Troll Hole Art Emporium and Gift Shop - A formal grand opening ceremony is slated for early 2014 for this gallery, which features a Guinness World Book of Records nominated troll doll collection spread across two locations, 222 E. Main and 40 N. Arch, in downtown Alliance. The Troll Hole also contains a troll dwelling, primitive art, and other attractions for the whole family. Tours can be arranged at this time by calling 330-929-1071. The facility was founded as part of the Arts for Alzheimer’s organization, created by Sherry Groom to help bridge the gap between the arts and the population in the community that have Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. www. thetrollhole.com. n

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The Rodman Public Library can no longer be called an undiscovered gem, as more members of the public are utilizing its services than ever before. This past year, the library system was honored as the Large Business of the Year by the Alliance Area Chamber of Commerce — not too bad for a library system that was born out of a room in Alliance High School in 1900. Clarence J. “Bill” Rodman’s support more than 50 years ago gave the Alliance library, which emerged in the early stages with the help of Andrew Carnegie, gave the impetus for expansion and for a facility that has served the community well. Ground at the current location was broken in 1961, and the library system has continued to grow, adding public computers, a bookmobile and eventually its branch location for patrons on East State Street as the city continued to develop around it. Rodman has a significant children’s room, which was created in 1927 to allow patrons under the age of 14 to have their own, separate area. Now, as society continues to evolve and create a niche market for teen patrons, the library’s staff hopes to add a special area for them. However, adults still continue to be important patrons of the library, enjoying access to Braille books, books on CD, tape, music CDs, magazines, DVDs and audiovisual materials as well as a fax machine, notary public, photocopier and even important forms for voter registration and filing local, state and federal taxes. For those who have trouble making it to the main or branch libraries, Rodman employees can bring the library to you via its Bookmobile, which makes regular stops at local schools and scheduled locations through its rotating two-week route, or its home delivery services. SearchOhio has been a popu-

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she said the hospital is constantly expanding and improving to provide the best possible health care, which allows its patients to truly “experience health caring.” While most hospitals have a 90-minute average turnaround in time for ER treatment, Alliance hospital patients usually get in 20 minutes quicker. “Our average is in the 70s,” Abraham said. Abraham is particularly proud of Alliance Community Hospital’s ability to diagnose and deal with heart attacks. “They do a phenomenal job with this. It is a top priority when your heart is in trouble. We need to take action quickly after they come in to stabilize and send them to Canton if need be.” She acknowledges that a great deal of the hospital’s ER clientele is out of work and out of money, but she said that doesn’t affect one’s ability to get treatment. Alliance Community Hospital eventually is compensated through the Hospital Care Assurance Program (HCAP), which is Ohio’s version of the federally required Disproportionate Share Hospital program. The program compensates hospitals who provide a disproportionate share of care to indigent patients (Medicaid consumContinued on page 29

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Alliance Community Guide C L U B S & O RG A N I Z AT I O N S Alliance High School Foundation — P.O. Box 3123, Numerous clubs and Alliance OH 44601. ahsalum@alliancecityschools.org. The AHS Foundation, an 501(c) (3) now in its 25th year. organizations help serve Administrates assets of over 2 million dollars, and raises money solely for annual scholarships for graduating Alliance. Alliance High School seniors. The all volunteer board of

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) 9352945, 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. E-mail 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 — 405 S. Linden Ave., (330) 8299294. Rev. Peggy J. Hawkins, board president. Open 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Alliance Community Hospital Volunteers — 200 E. State St., (330) 596-7821, Michele Quinn, volunteer coordinator. 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 Mid-October. www.alliancefarmersmarket.com. 30 Alliance COMMUNITY GUIDE • 2014-2015

AHS graduates produces and sends a newsletter three times a year to over 11,000 alumni across the country. Since its inception approximately $750,000 has been given in direct grants to graduates. Named scholarships begin at $25,000. Alliance Historical Society — P.O. Box 2044, Alliance, (330)821-5596, Karen Perone, president. (330) 821-8972 Joe Zelasko, vice president. 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. Alliance Youth-ful Chamber Orchestra — David Daniels, (330) 257-2440 or youthfulchamber@gmail.com. Multi generational string orchestra. No auditions necessary. 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) 8230020. Albert Carter, exalted ruler. Carnation City Players — Firehouse Theater, 450 E. Market St., Kathy Gray-Farthing, President, (330) 8218712. www.carnationcityplayers.org for reservations. Continued on page 31


Alliance Community Guide Clubs... Continued from page 30 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. 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., P.O. Box 2483, Alliance, (330) 823-0868. DAV Cleveland National Service officers (216) 522-3507. Democratic Club, Alliance — Meets the first Thursday of the month at Don Panchos 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. Elks, BPO No. 467 — 606 Glamorgan St., (330) 8211510. Kim Stimmel, manager. 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. 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 — 405 S. Linden Ave., (330) 8232448, Sarrah Lane, 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 Thurs days of the month at 7:30 p.m. at the Schwartz Center of St. Joseph Catholic church. Frank Popvich, grand knight. Ladies Auxiliary to the BPO Elks No. 467 — 606 Glamorgan. President, Beth Bell. (330) 821-1510. Continued on page 36

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Alliance Community Guide Alliance Community Hospital..................................D6 Alliance High School........... C5 Alliance Middle School........D6 Glamorgan........................... C6 Northside Elementary School.................................... B5 Parkway Elementary School................................... C5 Rockhill Elementary School....................................D5 Rodman Library................... C6 South Lincoln Elementary School.............. C5 Armory Park...........................A5 Beech Creek Botanical Garden and Nature Preserve............D2 Butler-Rodman Park............ C3 Early’s Hill Park ...................... B6 Lake Park.............................. C8 Maple Beach Park................ B7 Memorial Park.......................D6 Regina-Coeli Park................. B5 Silver Park............................... E6 Thompson-Snodgrass Park. C6 University of Mount Union....D5 1st St........................................ B6 2nd St...................................... B6 4th St....................................... B6 5th St....................................... B6 11th St.................................... C6 12th St.................................... C6 23rd St.............................. D5–D6 23rd St.....................................D6

24th St.....................................D5 27th St.....................................D4 Aebi Ave................................A4 Ann St..................................... B6 Ansley St.................................D3 Antram Ave...........................D5 Apple St.................................. B6 Arch Ave..........................B6–D6 Asbestos Dr............................A5 Ashland Ave.......................... B5 Ashwood Dr........................... E5 Athletic Ct..............................D5 Auld St................................... C6 Aultman Ave.........................D5 Avalon Ave........................... C6 Bailey Ct................................. B5 Beech St...........................A6–E6 Beechview Rd.......................D4 Beechwood Ave...................D4 Beeson St......................... B1–B5 Bellflower Dr...........................D5 Birchwood Dr.........................D5 Blenheim Ave........................D4 Bond St................................... B6 Bonnieview Ave................... C5 Brayton Ave...........................D6 Briarcliff Ave.......................... C4 Briarwood Rd........................ C5 Broadway St...................... B5–6 Buckeye Ave......................... B5 Burt Ave..................................D6 Burton Ave.............................D5 Cambridge St................... C5–6 Cambury St............................D3

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Alliance Community Guide Clubs... Continued from page 31 Lions Club, Alliance — 22625 St. Rt. 62, Alliance, OH, 44601. Meets every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at Mile Branch Grange. Elvin Barnett, (330) 821-1386. Little Aviators — 1185 S. Mahoning Ave., (330) 2247952. Dale Dickson. 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. Minerva Old Bats & Red Hat, Chapter No. 1 — DeeDee Mitchell, president, (330) 868-5178. Meets once a month for lunch at various locations. Mount Pleasant Baptist Church. 4714 Union Ave. NE, Homeworth OH 44634. (330) 823-3010. Pastor David Cannon. Sundays 9:30 a.m., Sunday School. Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. Evening Worship, 6 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study, 7 p.m. www.mountpleasantchurch.org. 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 Papaloma Virus) www.facebook.com/CelebratingStephanie. www. ncc-online.org PathStone — 1005 S. Arch Ave., 821-4740. Pearl Lozoya, training and employment manager. Quest Recovery and Prevention Services — 1207 W. State St. Suite F., (330) 821-3846. 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 American Legion, 141 W. Main St. Mike Linihan, President (330) 823-2604. Rotary, Alliance — Meets Wednesday at 11:45 a.m. at Alliance YWCA, 239 E. Market St. Nicole Edwards (330) 821-2665. Visit www.alliancerotary.org Continued on page 42

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The mantra at Alliance City Schools is “The Future Starts Here,” and the district prides itself on offering a good education to help pave the path for a life of success. Starting at age 3, preschools begin a comprehensive education program at one of the state’s best early learning programs. Along the way, they can pursue one of many career paths, including the district’s award-winning Broadcast Arts program which allows students to learn the ins and outs of operating a TV station with an elaborate studio. That particular program is a testament to the school’s excellent and up-to-date facilities, which offer some extraordinarily unique educational opportunities thanks to their attention to technology. Students are offered transportation, food services including breakfast and lunch, an after-school program for academic assistance and creativity enhance-

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ACS... Continued from page 37 Alliance High School students earn post-secondary opportunities through the district’s numerous agreements with entities like the University of Mount Union, Stark State College, Kent State University, The University of Akron, Youngstown State University, The Art Institute of Pittsburgh and Hocking College.

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For those who choose a vocational career path, in addition to the Broadcast Arts program, the district offers tech-prep programs for fields like automotive technology, automotive collision repair, computer support and services, construction trades, cosmetology, financial services and risk management, health services and athletic training, horticulture and landscape design, integrated media, welding and fabricating. This is in addition to its offerings of vocal or instrumental music, including one of Stark County’s only orchestra programs; more than 18 varsity and junior varsity athletic programs, and award-winning Academic Challenge and Destination Imagination teams. And, early on Alliance City Schools concentrate on transitioning its littlest students at the Early Learning School (preschool and Kindergarten) to one of the district’s three elementary schools (Northside, Parkway or Rockhill) and into its middle school facility for grades 6-8 with a team focus. The goal is a collaborative educational approach assisted with parental input, which will allow students to adjust to the ever-changing world while growing into the best citizens they can possibly be. The Alliance City School District competes in extensive interscholastic athletic programs under the directives of the Ohio High School Athletic Association in grades 7-12. These programs include track, cross country, wrestling, football, basketball, golf, volleyball, and cheerleading in high school and middle school. High school-only programs include soccer (boys and girls), tennis (boys and girls), swimming (boys and girls), bowling (boys and girls), baseball and softball. The Alliance Aviators have a rich tradition for being competitive in every sport. For more information on Alliance City Schools, which houses its administrative officers in Glamorgan Castle, visit the district’s website at www.alliancecityschools. org. Officials also can reached by mail at 200 Glamorgan St., Alliance, Ohio 44601 or during school hours at 330-821-2100. n


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The Marlington Local School District has a unique story, emerging as the creation of one school district to educate young residents of three townships in eastern Stark County (Marlboro, Lexington and Washington). “A Tradition of Excellence, a Commitment to the Future” is the focus of the school district, which has a combined middle and high school campus, and an elementary school in each of the three townships. The district has developed a tradition of being a high academic performer, which has repeatedly reflected excellent ratings on the State of Ohio report cards in comparison to other school districts. In 2013, Marlington schools completed its third year in the Race to the Top grant program funded by the Ohio Department of Education, which helps to trail-blaze effective reforms through adopting standards and assessments for post-secondary success, measure student growth as well as recruit and retain exceptional teachers and administrators. Ultimately, the state looks to increase graduation rates while reducing graduation rate gaps, reduce performance gaps (especially between the State of Ohio and the best-performing states in the nation) and double college enrollment among those at ages 18 and 19. The district strives to adhere to its mission statement, which says: “In collaboration with staff, community, parents and students, the Marlington Local School District will develop lifelong learners who understand and apply knowledge, and demonstrate excellence in pursuing the highest standards with effective intervention to challenge every student.” This past year, Marlington schools added technology that allows them to text parents’ homework on a nightly basis as well as students to use their own devices, such as iPods, laptops and tablets in the classroom. For more information about Marlington Schools,

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Where Exceptional Begins years while remaining true to its heritage and tradition. To better reflect the Mount Union of today and all of the opportunities that the institution offers to its students, a change was made from a “college” to a “university” designation in 2010. The beautiful 123-acre campus in Alliance, Ohio is conveniently located between Cleveland and Pittsburgh and more than $100 million has been invested in the construction and renovation of modern facilities throughout the course of the past decade. The new GalIn 1846, Hartshorn made this vision a reality as he took the lead in establishing a place where exceptional laher Hall facility, being built on Union Avenue, will house Mount Union’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program, begins. On October 20, 1846, with just six students, Hartshorn as well as possible future health-related programs. In addition, it will become the new home to the University’s organized and taught the first class of this new institumaster’s program in physician assistant studies, currently tion. By 1858 the institution was chartered and incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio as “Mount located in Bracy Hall, which enrolls more than 60 students and welcomed its fifth cohort in May 2013. Union College.” Mount Union has seen exponential growth over the Continued on page 41

Orville Nelson Hartshorn had a vision for the future. He saw an institution that focused on providing great opportunities, emphasized both the sciences and humanities and welcomed diversity amongst all of its constituents.

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Alliance Community Guide Work has also started on the University’s new Performing Arts Center. Students majoring and/ or minoring in art, theatre, music, music education and music performance as well those participating in the arts at the co-curricular level will benefit from this modernized and renovated facility. The center will include a new lobby, proscenium theatre, black box theatre, green room, scene shop, costume shop, dressing area, art gallery and choir room as well as a renovated band room. The University also includes the Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center, located six miles south of campus. The Nature Center provides educational opportunities for Mount Union students as well as community outreach through programming and partnerships with local school districts. With a current enrollment of 2,096 undergraduate and 91 graduate students, the University maintains the small school atmosphere that so many students and alumni have cherished during their time spent at Mount Union. Mount Union faculty, staff and students continually work to help enhance the Alliance community, volunteering to assist numerous community partners including the Alliance Community Pantry, Interfaith Childcare, the Early Childhood Education Alliance, the United Way of Greater Stark County, Alliance Community Hospital and the Alliance Salvation Army, to name a few. With a student-to-faculty ratio of 13:1, the faculty’s involvement and the value they place on education creates an environment suited to allow students to grow and develop. A Mount Union education is the best of both worlds – a curriculum that’s grounded in the liberal arts tradition and emboldened by market-smart, career-savvy options. Faculty and students hostworkshops for area school children, partner with Rodman Public Library and support Alliance City Schools programs. Mount Union continues to fulfill its foundational goals by building a diverse and inclusive community welcoming students from 30 states and 16 countries. With more

than 61 undergraduate majors and two graduate opportunities, students have the variety they need to find what best prepares them for the future. In addition, the University is proud of its strong athletic tradition, most notably for the Purple Raiders football team earning 11 NCAA Division III national titles. Student athletes also contribute to events open to the Alliance Community, assisting with Relay for Life, Girls and Women in Sports Day and Trick or Treat with the Raiders. Mount Union is proud of the exceptional experience it provides while being recognized from both a benefit and value standpoint. In fact, the University was recently ranked #1 in the Great Lakes Region for return on investment by collegefactual.com. In addition, in a recent survey taken by the members of the 2012 graduating class, 98 percent of those self reporting started a degreerequired career or were accepted to graduate school, all in an average of 20 days after graduation. Mount Union has also been recognized for 23 consecutive years by U.S. News and World Report as being one of the best colleges and universities. In addition, the University has been cited by Forbes, Washington Monthly and The Princeton Review’s Green Guide. Mount Union strives to provide students with much more than a degree. It is the mission of the University of Mount Union to prepare students for fulfilling lives, meaningful work and responsible citizenship. n

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Alliance Community Guide 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 Alliance 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 — Commander Phillip Hilton (330) 680-4592. Womens Auxiliary to the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War — President Nancy Hilton (330) 680-4592. 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.

Sam Pansino, chairman of the board, (330) 823-0792. 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. Sarah Adkins, secretary (330) 206-9009 cell, (330) 206-9009. Rick Gruszecki , past president, (330) 938-9117. United Way of Greater Stark Co. — (330) 4910445,4825 Higbee Ave. NW, Suite 101, 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. 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. Jeanne Samsa, president. Melinda Kinser, office coordinator. (330) 823-1930. Women’s Division of Alliance Chamber of Commerce — 210 E. Main Street, Meets the first Wednesday of the month at 6 p.m. Sheilah Smith, chairman, (330) 823-6260. Youth Music Alliance — For information music educators can contact Kathy Dixon at Alliance Music Center (330) 823-2634. YWCA — Gloria Whiteley-Magrath, Executive Director, (330) 823-1840, 239 E. Market. www.allianceywca.org n

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The following is a directory of the top elected officials who serve the city of Alliance. All offices are in the City Administration Building,504 E. Main St., 330-8213110, unless otherwise noted. President: John Benincasa (D) 1st Ward: Sheila Cherry (D) 2nd Ward: Phyllis Phillips (D) 3rd Ward: Lawrence Dordea (R) 4th Ward: Don Kline (R) At Large: Roger Rhome (R) At Large: Sue Ryan (D) At Large: Julie Jakmides (R) Clerk of Council: Gerald Yost Boards and Commissions, effective as of Dec. 1, 2013 (Information as current according to the city’s official website, www.allianceohio.com, with all meetings held at the city administration building, 504 E. Main St., unless otherwise noted. BOARD OF CONTROL: Meets as needed each Friday at 12:00 Noon. Mayor and Safety-Service Director. BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS: Meets the third Tuesday of the month at 7:30 p.m. in City Administration Building. Five mayor-appointed, council-approved members to five-year terms. Tom Moushey (2013), Mike Aeling (2014), David Lundgren (2015), Jim Edwards (2016) and Arnie Hirvela (2017).

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION: Meet on last Tuesday or Thursday of the month, 12:15 p.m., consists of three members serving six-year terms. Mayor-appointed, council approved. (Note term expiration date after name) Joyce Lamp (2018), James Puckett (2013) and Renee Young (2016) CONTRACTOR LICENSING BOARD: Meets as needed. Five members, including three contractors, mayor appointed. Three-year terms. Craig Bolog (2015), Ralph Fluharty (2013), Doug Shields (2014) plus lay members Cherie Rodifer (2014) and John Andress (2014).

DOWNTOWN SPECIAL EVENTS COMMISSION: Meet as needed. Maximum of 15 members to serve. Terms expire 2014 for all members. Marion Grimes, Haven Ackley, Nancy Caserta, Sheila Cherry, Jane Graham, Continued on page 44

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Alliance Community Guide Continued from page 43 Nancy Hilton, Kevin Knowles, Sandra Loy, Mindy Oesch, Roger Rhome, Alex Smith, David Smith, Rev. Bobby Williams, Tatiana X and Andrew Zumbar. GREEN COMMISSION: Meets second Monday of month, 4:30 p.m. , consists of nine members serving threeyear terms. Six mayor-appointed, council approved members plus designees from one member each appointed by Parks Board of Commissioners, Planning Commission and Shade Tree Commission. The mayor or one representing his office serves in ad hoc capacity with no vote. John Bienz (2014), Laura Kumler (2015), Tiffany Gravlee (2015) Steve Kramer (2013), Charles McClaugherty (2013), John Bienz (2014) and Joyce Williams (2014) plus Andrea Sapp (Parks), and MIke Greiner (Shade Tree).

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HEALTH BOARD: Meets the third Thursday of the month at 7:30 p.m. Five members appointed by mayor, approved by council to five-year terms. Beth CanfieldSimbro (2013), Gloria Whiteley Magrath (2014), John Park (2015), Patricia Tucker (2017) and Tonia Martin (2017) Also food license advisory council of health board: Teresa Marcoaldi (2015), Whiteley-Magrath (2016) and Kim Cox (2017). HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION: Meets last Wednesday of the month, 3:30 p.m. unless otherwise announced. This commission identifies, protects and oversees maintenance of structures, sites or monuments that contribute to the unique character of the Alliance community. Martha McClaugherty (2016), Roberta Barnhouse , Karen Perone (2015), Amado Sandoval (2015) and Linda Scott (2014). KEEP ALLIANCE BEAUTIFUL COMMISSION: Meet every other month, 5 p.m., at Silver Park office, 2930 S. Union Ave. In addition to the safety-service director, who is an ad hoc member, the commission consists of 10 greater Alliance area residents


Alliance Community Guide who are mayor-appointed, council approved for twomember terms (with four-year term limits). Steve Robinson (business), Jennifer Hostetler (labor), Kathryn Miller (community service), Jennifer Clunk (primary education), Karen Harris (secondary education), Heather Eichner (higher education), Helen Miller, and Peg Castina (at large). All terms set to expire (2014) MAYOR’S COMMISSION ON AGING: Meets the fourth Friday of the month, 8 a.m. at Alliance Area Senior Center, 602 W. Vine St. Membership selected by the mayor.

appointment, council approval. Kim Henderson (2015), Mark Locke (2016), Brad Goris (2018) and Colby DeHoff (2018). PROPERTY AND MAINTENANCE APPEAL BOARD: Meets as needed. Five members (plus up to three alternates), mayor appointed, council approved. Fiveyear terms that expire Nov. 30, 2015. Arnold Hirvela (2015), Vince Obmann (2015), Ralph Fluharty (2015), James Burmeister (2015), and Craig Bolog (2015) plus alternate Dustin Hatherill (2015). RECORDS COMMISSION: Law Director, City Auditor, Barbara Sferra from the Mayor’s Office and Dick Diser as the citizen representative.

PARK BOARD: Meets the second Tuesday of the month, 2:30 p.m., Silver Park Office, 2930 S. Union Ave., mayor appointed. Cheryl Lundgren (2015), Mike Dreger (2013) and Blair Young (2014) PLANNING COMMISSION: In addition to mayor, safety-service director and parks’ board president, four additional members serve six-year terms with mayor

REVOLVING LOAN COMMITTEE: Meets as needed. The Urban Development Action Grant Revolving Loan Committee is responsible for screening potential projects to receive low interest loans through the city’s Economic Development program. Seven members serve threeyear terms, mayor-appointed and council approved. Continued on page 46

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Paul Monks, (2013), David Lundgren (2013), Richard Baxter (2013), LaChelle Thompson (2014) , Sheilah Smith (2014), Richard Burton (2014) and Vince Obmann (2014).

SHADE TREE COMMISSION: Meets last Wednesday of the month, 7:30 a.m., 2105 W. State St. Six members, three-year terms, mayor appointed, council approved. Elvin Madison (2013), Arnold Hirvela (2013), Vince Obmann (2014) Leigh Mainwaring (2014), Mike Greiner (2015) and Kathyrn Miller (2015). WATER AND SEWER ADVISORY BOARD: Meets the first Monday of month, 9 a.m. at 12251 N. Rockhill Ave. Members include council Utilities Commitee, one member as selected by three largest utilities users,

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+++ Alliance City Administration Mayor: Alan Andreani (R), 504 E. Main St., 330-821-3110. City Auditor: Kevin Knowles (R), 504 E. Main St., office phone, 330-8235900. City Treasurer: Dennis Clunk (D), 2820 Edgewood Ave.; office phone, 330-823-9142. Law Director: Jennifer Arnold (R), 470 E. Market St., 330-823-6610 Engineer: Curtis Bungard, 504 E. Main St., 330-823-5122. Fire Chief: Jason Hunt, 63 E. Broadway Ave., 330-821-1213 Fire Inspector: Guy Aumend, 63 E. Broadway Ave., 330-821-1213 Health Commissioner: Randall Flint; 537 E. Market St., 330-821-7373. Income Tax Department: David M. Brown, 504 E. Main St., 330-821-9190. Litter Control Director: Andrea Sapp, 330-821-2660. Parks, City Cemetery Director: Kim Cox; 2930 S. Union Ave., 330-821-2660 Planning and Development Director: Vince Marion, 330-829-2235 Police Chief: Scott C. Griffith, 472 E. Market St., 330-823-5532 Safety Service Director: W. John Gross, appointed. 330-821-3110 Senior Citizen Director: Helen Miller, office at 602 W. Vine St., 330-821-3348 Street Superintendent: Kenny Rhome, 601 Noble St., 330-823-3133 Water Treatment Plant Superintendent: Dean Reynolds, 12251 Rockhill Ave. N.E., 330-829-2241. Wastewater Treatment Plant Superintendent: Joe Amabeli, 12251 Rockhill Ave. N.E., 330-829-2220. Water Distribution Superintendent: Marcus Benson, 1010 N. Walnut St., 330-823-5216. Municipal Court Judge: Andrew Zumbar (R); 470 E. Market St., 330-823-6181. Clerk of Courts: MaryAnn Carper (R); 470 E. Market St., 330-823-6600. n


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Alliance Community Guide Federal government as of Dec. 1, 2013. 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 DC 20515, 202-225-5261. Also offices in Akron, Warren and Youngstown. Bill Johnson (R-6th District), 1710 Longworth House Office Building, Washington DC 20515, 202-225-5705. Also offices in Salem, Marietta, Cambridge and Ironton. Bob Gibbs (R-7th District), 329 Cannon House Office Building, Washington DC 20515, 202-225-6265. Also offices in Ashland and Canton. ++++

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Call Us - we treat our customers like family!

Treva Ziemke Realtor 829-9796

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Carol Burns Realtor 257-0718

Michelle Bickley Realtor 581-4035

DeDe Betz Christy Clayton Realtor Realtor 330-206-5921 206-0346

Brian Moore Realtor 257-0581

Sue Eynon Realtor 821-2420

Jan Polczynski Realtor 428-1818

Terri Maiorana Realtor 428-1044

TANNER 1965 Glamorgan St.,

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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 afymca.org

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

was founded in 1964. The Canton Regional Chapter that serves 5 counties was founded in 1990. The chapter’s 30+ members provide counsel to both for-profits and non-profits and both start-ups and existing businesses. All chapter members are seasoned businessmen and women who provide counseling at no charge. Business planning, supply chain management, marketing, accounting, manufacturing, retailing and human resources are only some of the disciplines in SCORE’s portfolio of experience and expertise. In addition to providing counseling, SCORE also conducts workshops on a range of topics including cash management, business planning and marketing. To learn more about SCORE phone 330.244.3280 or email cantonscore@gmail.com. www.cantonregional.score.org

SOLD

REAL ESTATE CO.

885 South Sawburg Road, Alliance OH, 44601-4280 (330) 821-7055

America’s counselors to small business,

THANK YOU FOR MAKING US #1

Lisa Trummer Broker - Manager 829-4602

ALLIANCE VNA & HOSPICE/ALLIANCE COMM.,

SCORE,

Local Family Owned Business!

Jim Tanner Broker 581-8888

ALLIANCE VENTURES,

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


Alliance Community Guide 1680 Freshley Ave., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-6776 allprorvservice.com

ALTERCARE OF ALLIANCE,

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

AMANDA DIAS

745 Bonnieview Ave. Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 356-0000

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

AMERICAN RECYCLING SERVICES OF OHIO, INC.,

ARBAUGH MINI STORAGE, INC.

22109 State Rte. 62, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-8008

ARTS IN STARK,

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

ASHTON’S 5 & 10 STORE, INC

222 N. 15th Street Sebring, OH, 44672 (330) 938-6266

AUBURN SKILLED NURSING & REHABILITATION, 451 Valley Rd., Salem, OH, 44460 (330) 537-4621 auburnskilled.com

AULTCARE

BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU,

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

BIO-SCENE RECOVERY INC.,

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

606 Glamorgan, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-1510

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

ANGELIC TOUCH MASSAGES

670 W. State St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 238-3105

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

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

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

BONFERT GLASS COMPANY

AULTWORKS,

AMOS COMMUNICATIONS, INC.

BUNN AGENCY, INC.,

960 W. State St. Suite 140, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-0898

AMERICAN TITLE ASSOCIATES AGENCY, INC.

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

1731 W. State St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-7930 buckeyecu.org

BOB SIMS, INSURANCE

30 South Union Avenue, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-0450

BARBER AIRCRAFT

BRUNER-COX LLP,

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

2106 S. Union Avenue, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 680-8025 blissyourevent.com

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

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

1225 East Summit, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-4537

BUCKEYE STATE CREDIT UNION,

BLISS RESTAURANT & CATERING LLC,

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

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

BRJ ENGINEERING, INC.,

C & W CONSTRUCTION, 15743 Terramont NE, Minerva, OH, 44657 (330) 823-5256

BPO OF ELKS #467

BRIDGEWATER PRIMITIVES AND ANTIQUES, LLC,

C.C.HENSCHEN SECURITY, CONSULTING & INV., P.O. Box 3532, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-3302

15255 Gaskill Dr., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-4864

CAMPBELL, DICK,

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

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

BENEFIT MANAGEMENT SERVICES OF OHIO 400 Niles Cortland Rd SE, Warren, OH, 44484 (330) 856-9213 bmsoinc.com

BENINCASA, JOHN

2305 Ridgewood Avenue, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-7542

We help children, individuals & families.

• Shelter for Homeless • Permanent Supportive Housing • Transitional Housing

Monetary Donations Greatly Appreciated and Tax Deductible

Since 1987 • 330-821-6332

AllianceForChildrenandFamilies.org

1020257000

ALL-PRO RV SERVICE & STORAGE INC.,

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CARNATION CHIROPRACTIC CENTER,

CASERTA PROPERTIES CO. INC.,

CARNATION CITY MALL,

CASHLAND, 2215 S. Union Ave., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-2160 CashAmerica.com

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

CANTON REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,

2301 W. State St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-1777 2500 W. State St. Suite 158, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-4447 carnationcitymall.com

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

CANTON REGIONAL SCORE,

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

CANTON/STARK COUNTY CONVENTION BUREAU, 222 Market Ave. N Millennium Center, Canton, OH, 44702 (330) 454-1439 VisitCantonStark.com

CAREWORKS CONSULTANTS INC.,

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

CARLIN, CYNTHIA, 1498 Lilly Lane, Alliance, OH ,44601 (330) 821-5235

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

CARNATION CITY PLAYERS,

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

CARNATION ELECTRIC MOTOR,

CASSADAY-TURKLECHRISTIAN FUNERAL HOME,

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

CAT FANCIERS ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION, INC.,

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

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

CARNATION SECURITY SERVICES, INC.,

CAT FANCIERS’ ASSOCIATION, INC.,

1302 S. Arch Ave., Alliance, OH, 44601-3639 (330) 821-4100 carnationsecurity.com

CARTER’S COPY CENTER, LLC,

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

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

CENTRAL COATED PRODUCTS,

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

330-438-7000

712 South Union Ave Alliance, Oh 44601 Also Inside Walmart

330-821-1122

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801 30th Street NE Canton, Oh 44714 www.jacksonhewitt.com

CITY OF ALLIANCE,

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

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

COASTAL PET PRODUCTS INC., 911 Leadway Avenue, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-7363 coastalpet.com

COCKRILL’S STUDIO, LLC,

131 West State Street, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-8303 cockrillsstudio.com

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

COLONIAL TITLE AGENCY, LLC 4913 Munson St. NW, Canton, OH, 44718 (330) 305-6446

COMDOC,

3458 Massillon Rd., Uniontown, OH, 44685 (330) 899-8046 comdocinc.com

CHIVES GRILLE,

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

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

Franchise General Manager

470 E. Broadway St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-7136 cumcalliance.org

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

Jim Greiner, EA

CHRIST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH,

CHRIS PUCCI & COMPANY,

2239 Burton Avenue, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 614-3424

COMFORT INN,

COMMUNITY SERVICES OF STARK CO.,

1207 W. State Street, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-7478 communityservicesofstark.org


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

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

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

CONSUMERS NATIONAL BANK, 610 W. State St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330 823-8178 consumersbank.com

COPELAND OAKS RETIREMENT COMMUNITY,

CUSTOM POLY BAG, INC.,

9465 Edison Street, N.E., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 935-2408 custompolybag.com

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

D & S WOOLF TRANSMISSION AND AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE LLC, 3610 S. Mahoning Ave., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-4170

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

DAVE’S LAWN CARE,

800 South 15th Street, Sebring, OH, 44672 copelandoaks.com

2592 Notre Dame St. NE, Canton, OH, 44721 (330) 371-7329

COPYRIGHT, INC.,

DAVID L. KUNTZMAN AGENCY,

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

CRITTER CONTROL OF AKRON-CANTON,

12740 Devonson St. NE, Alliance, OH, 44601-9420 (330) 823-1996 crittercontrol.com

CUMULUS BROADCASTING - K-105,

1206 N. Main St., North Canton, OH, 44720 (330) 499-2724 k105country.com

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

DAVID WILLIAMS & ASSOC., INC.,

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

DEHOFF FLOWERS,

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

DILLON, MARGE,

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

DRIVE NOW AUTOMOTIVE,

1277 S. Sawburg, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-9507

1 East Main St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-7313 drivenowautomotive.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

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

EASTERDAY PHARMACY,

DONOHOE, SAM,

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

DOUGLAS A. CUMMINGS CPA, INC.

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

2520 Edgewood Ave., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-3808

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

EDWARD JONES,

ELLIOTT MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS LLC, 3469 Norwood, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-0685,

DR. J. RANDALL CRAWFORD,

2460 South Union Avenue, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-7411 jrandallcrawforddds.com/ meet-our-doctor 330-823-6443

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

330-823-2828

DAVIDSON WELL DRILLING

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

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

1039 NORTH UNION AVE.

ALLIANCE, OHIO 44601

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FIRST REALTY,

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

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

EVERETT HEALTH CENTER,

FISHER POWER & ELECTRIC CO.,

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

Section Four, 300 W. Beech St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-1661

FAMILY HEALTH PHYSICAL MEDICINE,

FLUTEBRARIAN WEB DESIGN,

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

FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER, 149 E. Simpson St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-3856

FAMILY VISION CARE, 1370 South Sawburg Suite B, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-5367

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

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

1400 Sherrick Rd. SE, Canton, OH, 44707 (330) 456-3479 cantonul.org

GRINDERS ABOVE & BEYOND,

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

GNW ALUMINUM, INC.,

GROMOLL DRUG STORE INC./JPS SNACKS & SODAS,

FRANK’S FAMILY RESTAURANT,

GORIS PROPERTIES, LLC,

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

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

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

GEDNETZ-RUZEK FUNERAL HOME

GORIS-MEADOWS/ ERMLICH INSURANCE AGENCY,

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

844 S. Sawburg Ave., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-1020 gorisinsurance.com

GEIGER, TEEPLE, ROBINSON & MCELWEE, GRAPHIC ENTERPRISES 1844 West State St., OFFICE SOLUTIONS, Alliance, OH, 44601 INC., (330) 821-1430 gtshlaw.com

GEORGE, CRAIG W.,

4917 Bramblewood, Canandaiqua, NY, 14424

FILNOR, INC.,

227 North Freedom Ave., Alliance, OH, 44601 330-821-7667

FIRST COMMUNICATIONS, LLC, 3340 W. Market St., Akron, OH, 44333-3306 (330) 835-2463 firstcomm.com

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GREATER STARK COUNTY URBAN LEAGUE,

GIVENS AGENCY, INC.,

FILL-UP FUEL, LTD.,

9277 McCallum Ave. NE, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 829-9526

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

1820 West State Street, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-6665 grinders.net

FARTHING GRAPHIC DESIGN,

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

GIONINO’S PIZZERIA,

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

GIANT EAGLE,

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

3874 Highland Park, North Canton, OH, 44720-8080 (330) 491-2972 geiohio.com

GREATER ALLIANCE CARNATION FESTIVAL, P.O. Box 3832, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-6260 carnationfestival.com

GREATER ALLIANCE FOUNDATION INC., 960 W. State St., Suite 130, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-8560

227 North 15th St., Sebring, OH, 44672 (330) 938-6670

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

H & H COLLISION AND PAINT INC., 1115 N. Union Ave., Alliance,OH,44601 (330) 821-7888

HAGAN HEATING & PLUMBING,

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

HALLSTAR SPORTS, 2447 W. State St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-1800 hallstarsports.com

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

HEASTAND AUTO PARTS, INC.,

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


Alliance Community Guide HERITAGE UNION TITLE CO. LTD,

HUNTER ASSOCIATES INC.,

HIGHLAND MEMORIAL PARK,

HUNTINGTON NATIONAL BANK,

2040 S. Union Ave., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-6403

194 E. State St., Salem, OH, 44460 (800) 203-6593 hunterassociatesinc.com

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

2 West State Street, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 829-3207 huntington.com

HILL BARTH & KING, LLC.,

J&B FLEET-INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY,

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

HILLES MONUMENT SERVICE, 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

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 hungryhowies.com

HUNTER & HUNTER, 520 East Main St, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-1220

JEFF WALKER CATERING,

KATY’S CORNER BAKE SHOP CAFE LLC,

JEM GRAPHIC PROMOTIONAL ADV. & SPECIALTIES,

KELLER CONSTRUCTION CO.,

848 W. State St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 428-1197

355 E. State Street, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 257-0652 katyscornerbakeshopcafe.com

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

JIM RENACCI, CONGRESSMAN,

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

KELLER MARKETING

22428 Harrisburg-Westville Road, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-6342 jbfleet.com

4150 Belden Village St. NW Suite 408, Canton, OH, 44718

J.B.H AUTO SUPPLY

JOHN A. TUCKER CO., LPA,

(DBA NAPA Auto Parts), 317 East State Street ,Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-1360

JACK E. SELL INC. DBA HEGGY’S, 1306 W. State St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-2051 heggysalliance.com

JACKSON HEWITT TAX SERVICE, 712 S. Union Ave., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-1122

JACKSON-BELDEN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,

11367 Lair Rd. NE, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 935-2530 jatuckerlaw.com

JULIE JAKIMIDES,

1485 Briarwood Rd., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 418-1427

K.A.R.S.,

157 Prospect, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-3100

KAISER CONSTRUCTION & EXCAVATING,

24656 Georgetown Rd., Homeworth,OH, 44634 (330) 525-7652

KATHY STROIA,

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

1012 Northview, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-9053

JACOBS VANAMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.,

KATHY’S CREATIONS LLC,

614 W. State St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-2122

JARMAN PRINTING LLC, 350 South Union Avenue, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-8585

2010 Crestview Ave., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-8183

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

KENT STATE UNIVERSITY - STARK, 6000 Frank Ave. NW, N. Canton, OH, 44720 (330) 244-3292 stark.kent.edu

KENT WALTER,

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

KEY BANK,

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

KITCHEN PROS INC., 2155 W. State St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 351-8422

KOLENBRANDER, DR. HAROLD AND MRS., 6265 Lusanne Terrace, Cincinnati, OH, 45230

KRUGLIAK, WILKINS, GRIFFITHS & DOUGHERTY, 960 West State Street, Suite 240, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-9262 kwgd.com

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LAKE TOWNSHIP CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,

LINGENFELTER-BRILL, INC., 670 West State Street, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-1630

LMT PROPERTIES, INC., 13361 Bayton St. NE, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 257-0840

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

LOUISVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,

LARRY DORDEA,

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

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

LOWE’S,

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

LEONARD HARDWARE CO., INC.,

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

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

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

LEXINGTON TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE, 12616 Atwater N.E., Alliance,OH,44601 (330) 821-3034

MAC TRAILER MANUFACTURING, INC.,

14599 Commerce Street, Alliance, OH, 44601-1516 (330) 823-9900 mactrailer.com

MANHATTAN CLEANERS & DRYERS, INC.,

MARLINGTON LOCAL SCHOOLS,

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

MCGARVEY REFRIGERAMARY KAY COSMETICS, TION & HEATING, 2855 S. Union Ave., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-0605 estherwhiteleather.net

2500 S. Mahoning Ave., Alliance, OH, 44601-8211 (330) 821-4030 mcgarveyheating.com

MARY KAY TEAM LEADER,

MEN’S CHALLENGE OF ALLIANCE,

24656 Georgetown Rd., Homeworth, OH, 44634 (330) 525-7652 marykay.com/skaiser5

MASSILLON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,

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

MAURICES #2113, Kohl’s Plaza, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-4977 maurices.com

MCDONALD’S

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

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MCDONALD’S

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

405 S. Linden Ave. Suite 204, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-6367 paul.dykshoorn@gmail. com

MENTAL HEALTH AND RECOVERY SERVICES BOARD OF STARK COUNTY, 800 Market Ave. N., Canton, OH, 44702 (330) 455-6644

MERCY MEDICAL CENTER,

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

MIDWEST INNOVATIONS,

2500 W. State st., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 933-4301

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Alliance Community Guide MIKE KACHILLA,

951 Moulin Ave. NE, Alliance, OH, 44601 (740) 680-6720

MILLER’S FLOWERLAND, 468 West Vine Street, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-1110

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

MISSY MILLER,

MR. GUTTERMAKER SEAMLESS SPOUTING, 181 W. Carol Street, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-8022

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

NORTH CANTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,

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

121 South Main Street, North Canton, OH, 44720 (330) 499-5100 northcantonchamber.org

MODERN HEARING SOLUTIONS, INC.,

OHIO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,

2412 W. State St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-3277

MODERN OFFICE PRODUCTS INC.,

7825 South Ave., Boardman, OH, 44512 (330) 797-2600 modernofficeproducts. com

MONTROSE FORD LINCOLN MERCURY, 2480 W. State St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-1128 gomontrose.com

MORGAN ENGINEERING SYSTEMS, 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 mpilabels.com

MR. ALEX J. ROBERTSON, Attorney At Law, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-1140

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

OHIO EDISON COMPANY,

2600 S. Erie Street, Massillon, OH, 44648-6200

OHIO EYE ALLIANCE INC.,

985 South Sawburg, Alliance, OH, 44601-3590 (330) 823-1680 ohioeye.com

OHIO FURNITURE MART, 22650 HarrisburgWestville Rd, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-2302

OHIO RACK COMPANY, INC.,

1500 S. Mahoning Ave., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-8200

OLD CAROLINA BARBECUE COMPANY,

4403 Cleveland Ave. N.W., Canton, OH, 44709 (330) 491-8180 oldcarolina.com

PANERA BREAD

1670 West State Street, Alliance, OH, 44601 (216) 696-6677 wifi.covelli.com/panera

PARIS STUDIOS AND GALLERY,

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

PATHSTONE CORP., 1005 S. Arch Ave., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-0513 ruralinc.org

PRIMERICA FINANCIAL, 10644 Wilma Ave. NE, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-7748

PAULI ELECTRIC,

PRINCIPLE ENERGY SERVICES,

1930 South Freedom, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-7438

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

1706 Lilly Lane, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 277-1367

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

PSC METALS,

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

PEREGRINE HEALTH SERVICES INC.,

PURR-FECT CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CARE,

2040 McCrea Street, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-9005

PET CONNECTION, INC.,

1439 Fernwood Blvd., Alliance, OH, 44601

PHYLLIS J. PHILLIPS, 163 12th St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-7281

201 W. Ranch Ct., Weatherford, TX, 76088 (817) 599-5332 principleenergyservices. com

PROTECH CARPET & TILE CLEANING,

PENTURF DENTISTRY, LLC,

PETERSON, DONALD A. JR.,

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

PREMIER DESIGNS JEWELRY,

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

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

POLINORI’S PALM GARDEN INN,

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

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Alliance Community Guide R. L. LANDSCAPE GROUP, INC.,

ROGER RHOME,

Council at large Alliance,OH,44601 330-823-4833

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

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

RAPHAEL’S SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE, INC.,

ROSELAWN GARDENS,

1324 YoungstownWarren Rd., Niles, OH, 44446 (330) 823-3884 Raphaelsbeautyschool.edu

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

RICK SHERER,

ROSE’S HILLCREST MARKET,

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

1475 W. State St., Alliance OH, 44601-3685 (330) 821-5730

RISK CONTROL 360,

ROTARY CLUB,

5500 Glendon Court, Dublin, OH ,43016 riskcontrol360.com

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

ROBERT G. LAVERY, 470 East Market, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-6181

ROY CLUNK,

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

ROBERT L. AKINS, LAND SURVEYING,

ROY’S CAR WASH & LUBE SHOP, INC.,

776 N. Union, Alliance ,OH, 44601 (330) 821-4602

2180 West State Street, Alliance, OH, 44601 330-823-1818 royswashandlube.com

ROBERTSON HEATING SUPPLY CO.,

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

RUHL ELECTRIC CO.,

6428 Union Ave. NE, Alliance, OH, 44601-8140 330-823-2656

RWJ CORPORATION,

RODMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT,

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

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

RYAN ALTERNATIVE STAFFING INC.,

RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY,

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

1320 W. State St., Alliance, OH 44601, (330) 829-9660

RYAN, TIM, CONGRESSMAN,

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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

SAFFELL, JOHN E.,

800 S. 15th St., #5208, Sebring, OH, 44672

SEBRING LOCAL SCHOOLS

225 E. Indiana Ave., Sebring, OH, 44672, (330) 938-6165 sebring.k12.oh.us

SEBRING MANSION INN & SPA,

SALVATION ARMY,

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

SAM’S DRUG MART,

SENATOR, W. SCOTT OELSLEGER,

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

475 East State St., Alliance, OH, 44601-4909 (330) 821-1780

North Canton, OH, 44709 (330) 454-9394

SANITEX INC.,

SERVPRO OF SOUTH & EAST STARK COUNTY,

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

SARCHIONE SALES & SERVICE INC., 22155 St. Rt. 62, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-9033 sarchione.com

SARCHIONE, INC.,

312 South Union Avenue, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-1234

2212 W. State St. #271, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-4088 servproofsouthandeaststarkcounty.com

SHARER-STIRLINGSKIVOLOCKE FUNERAL HOME,

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

SHEETZ,

SCHIAVONI, JOSEPH,

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

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

SCHOTT FEED & SUPPLY, INC.,

SILVER PARK OFFICE SILVER PARK,

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

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

SEBRING FIRE ASSOCIATION, 235 E. Ohio Ave., Sebring, OH, 44672-1412 (330) 938-6575

Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-2260

SIMCO MANAGEMENT CORPORATION,

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

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


Alliance Community Guide SOUTHBEACH RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE, 2500 West State Street, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-9095 southbeachohio.com

SPRINT BY UNIVERSAL WIRELESS, 1630 W. State St. Suite B, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 238-1260 universalwireless.net

STAPLES OFFICE SUPPLY SUPERSTORE, 1845 Freshley Ave., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 829-9506 staples.com

STARK COUNTY AUDITOR,

110 Central Plaza South Suite 220, Canton, OH, 44702 (330) 451-7357 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 StarkParks.com

STARK COUNTY TOURIST INFORMATION CENTER, 2618 Fulton Dr. NW, Canton, OH, 44718-3504 330-452-0243

STARK DEVELOPMENT BOARD,

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

STARK FEDERAL CREDIT STONE AGE PIZZA/DELI, 1704 S. Liberty Ave., UNION, Alliance, OH, 44601 310 Johnson Ave., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-7225 starkcu.org

(330) 680-8299 stoneagepizza-deli.com

STARK METAL SALES, INC.,

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

432 East Keystone Avenue, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-7383 starkmetal.com

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

STATE FARM INSURANCE - JULIE RUNK-COFFELT,

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

STATE SENATOR KIRK SCHURING,

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

STATE TREASURER OF OHIO,

613 W. Superior Ave., Cleveland, OH, 44113 (330) 301-4830 ohiotreaurer.gov

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

STERLING HOUSE, 1277 S. Sawburg, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 829-0180 brookdale.com

STIFEL NICOLAUS,

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

SUE RYAN,

8700 Edison St. N.E., Louisville, OH, 44641 (330) 935-0132 marlboro-chapel.com

THE EMPLOYMENT SOURCE

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

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

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

SUNBEAM TANNING SALON, 522 W. State St., Alliance,OH, 44601 (330) 821-4244

THE REVIEW,

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

TAILGATERS SPORTS BAR & GRILL LLC,

THE STUCKEY FAMILY INTERFAITH DEVELOPMENT CENTER,

1490 East State St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-8444

TANNENHAUF GOLF CLUB, INC.,

11411 McCallum Ave., NE, Alliance, OH, 44601-9745 (330) 823-4402 tannenhaufgolf.net

TANNER REAL ESTATE,

1965 Glamorgan Avenue, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-8880 tannerrealestate.net

TANNER REAL ESTATESUSAN 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

TERRY’S TIRE TOWN,

THE CHAPEL IN MARLBORO,

14690 W. Main, Alliance, OH, 44601-0450 (330) 821-5022 terrystiretown.com

470 E. Broadway St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-1377 stuckeyfamilyinterfaithcdc.org

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

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UTTERBACK DENTAL GROUP,

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

250 East Main Street, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-6162

VICTORIO’S PIZZA,

WE’RE ROLLING,

WILLIAMS-CASE INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.,

5520 Whipple Ave. NW, North Canton, OH, 44720-7700 1-800-245-8166 twcbc.com/neohio

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

TRAPS SPORTS CENTER,

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

2500 W. State, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-0575 wererolling.com

VILLAGE OF SEBRING,

WEST BRANCH LOCAL SCHOOLS,

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

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

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

135 East Ohio Avenue, Sebring, OH, 44672 (330) 938-9340 sebringohio.net

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

UNION STATION AGENCY, INC.,

WEST SIDE ANIMAL HOSPITAL,

WALKER PAINTING,

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

WALLY ARMOUR CHRYSLER DODGE JEEP,

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

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

U.S. COACH,

170 E. Prospect St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-3124 uscoachtours.com

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

2820 South Union Avenue, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-4272 unionstationagency.com

UNITED WAY OF GREATER STARK COUNTY,

4825 Higbee Ave. NW Suite #101, Canton, OH, 44718 (330) 491-0445 uwgsc.org

UNIVERSITY OF MOUNT UNION 1972 Clark Avenue, Alliance,OH,44601 (330) 823-6050 mountunion.edu

UPTOWN AUTO SERVICE,

2075 W. State St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-3065 uptownautoservice.com 62 Alliance COMMUNITY GUIDE • 2014-2015

1950 W. State St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-3556 wallyarmour.com

WESTMONT, INC.,

WHITACRE GREER COMPANY, INC.,

WAL-MART,

2700 W. State St., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 821-0026

1400 S. Mahoning Ave., Alliance OH, 44601 (330) 823-1610 wgpaver.com

WALTON-SCHRADER FUNERAL HOME, INC.,

WHITE PHYSICAL THERAPY SERVICE,

1131 West State Street, Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 823-9169

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

WDPN/WDJQ,

WHITE REFRIGERATION,

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

WELCOME WAGON,

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

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

WILLIAMSBURG PRESS, INC.,

60 South 15th Street, Sebring, OH, 44672-0159 (330) 938-6123 williamscaseagency.com

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 winkleindustries.com

WORLD TRAVEL ALLIANCE, LLC,

982 Johnson Ave., Alliance, OH, 44601 (330) 238-1777 AvoyaTravel.com/Experts/ LeliaHairston

WORLD WAR HISTORY & ART MUSEUM (WWHAM), College Plaza, Alliance,OH,44601 (330) 829-3911 wwham.com

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

YOUTH-FUL CHAMBER ORCHESTRA (Multi-Age Orchestra), 7007 Paris Ave. NE, Louisville, OH, 44641 (330) 875-4186


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