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$OO7KH6LQJOH/DGLHV Well ladies, it’s finally here! The issue you have all so eagerly awaited. HerSide has turned things up a notch or two and I am very excited to present some of the most eligible bachelors of Wayne and Holmes Counties to you! We were pleasantly surprised to receive as many submissions as we did for our first of what we hope to be an annual installment. Of course narrowing them down was not so easy and naturally the guys were surprised and a little embarrassed to find they had been nominated. Nonetheless, I was very pleased with how smoothly the process of getting in touch with each nominee, getting their responses to their surveys and scheduling their photo shoots actually was. You may have spotted me walking the streets of downtown Wooster with a well dressed bachelor in tow as we snapped some pictures in some familiar spots. Bachelors are not the only thing that make this issue great. You will find this issue chalk full of great ideas for romance as well as home décor and health tips. We always have our readers interests at heart. Get Away Tours in Wooster offers trips to some of the most romantic destinations in the United States. Recently, they have incorporated singles tours for those without a significant other looking to have a good time without feeling the pressure of meeting someone. Keeping up with the romance theme, you will also find romantic getaways and date night ideas. Wine and cheese places make great first date destinations or road trips with your girlfriends. Have you been curious about the online dating world? Like most other things in our technology savvy world, there is an app for that. I can’t believe it has already been a year since I presented my first HerSide to you. I have covered a broad range of themes from women hunters, to concealed carry to the arts. I have met a lot of great people along the way and have done my best to showcase the diversity of our counties. It is wonderful to hear that I am making a difference and can reach so many people through my writing. I love hearing that the spotlight I did on someone made them feel like a famous celebrity even if it was just for a short while or that a local business story brought readers into their store. Throughout my year as editor of Spectrum Publications, I have had some pretty amazing opportunities. I flew an airplane, I felt like one of those celebrities from reality TV shows when 2

we surprised local women with makeovers and I have had some behind the scenes access to many different businesses and events I have done stories on. Who knew a writer could have so much VIP status? With that being said, I know you are all anxious to dive right into this issue. So without further ado, I present to you the first ever Bachelor Edition. As always, I hope you enjoy this edition of HerSide.

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Lifestyle

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Letter from the Editor

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Play Review Half-Stitched, The Musical

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Get-Away-Tours

Undiscovered Travels Await

Date Nights & Getaways

Plan a Romantic Night Out

Wine & Cheese

Popular places to eat in Wayne and Holmes Counties

Restaurant Review Route 83 Restaurant

Most Eligible Bachers of Wayne & Holmes Counties

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CONTENTS

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There’ an app for that!

Tips for decorating your home for the holidays

The Last Thought

Home

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Christmas at the Greenhouse Shoppe

Dating

Runion’s Homefront Bachelor In Paradise

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Pomerene Hospital Women’s Heart Health

Beauty

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How to get Fuller Hair this Season

HERSIDE Woman of the Year

January 2014 Looking for Our First Annual HerSide Woman of the Year

Nominations We are looking for nominations for an outstanding, LOCAL Woman who has made a difference in the lives of others

To Submit Send us a letter with your nomination and why we should pick her. Please include your name, address, phone and email (if available). Deadline to submit your nomination will be November 1st, 2013 Please send nominations to: Spectrum Editor 212 E. Liberty St. Wooster, OH 44691 or email: cnoyes@the-daily-record.com

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So you have decided to attend an evening performance of the confession. Unless you are a local, driving an hour or more home at 10 p.m. may not be so appealing. With the theater being located in a hotel, having a place to stay couldn’t be more convenient. Each room is furnished with locally made furniture, homemade quilts, cable TVs and more. The hotel also offers an all season pool, plenty of common room and lounge space, gaming rooms and a fitness room. Make a day out of it. Carlisle Inn offers a full Amish country experience with buggy rides, a small Bulk Food store, two gift shops and restaurant and bakery all on campus. “Almost everything you get in Amish country can be found right here on campus,” said Mike Miller, Inn Keeper at the Carlisle Inn. Packages are customizable, so plan to spend the day and night at the Carlisle Inn, Sugarcreek. The Carlisle Inn is located at 1357 Old Route 39 in Sugarcreek. “Half Stitched, The Musical,” is available at the Carlisle Inn, Sugarcreek from Aug. 22-Dec. 21, 2013. Tickets are $35 per person and are available online or at the box office. Visit www.dhgroup. com/en/sc/sc-amish-country-musicals.php or call 855-3447547 for more information.

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Have you been to the beaches of Florida, shopped the many fabulous stores of New York City, or traveled to some of Country Music’s finest cities? Maybe you have considered taking a vacation with your significant other and are not sure where to start your planning. Maybe you’re a single woman looking to get out and explore and meet people in a friendly atmosphere or even plan a much needed get away with your girlfriends. Get Away Tours is the perfect place to start your vacation planning. Schedule a pre-planned trip or customize your own memorable get away with the help of Marilyn LintGinther, who’s enthusiasm for travel helped her to create her travel agency. With the help of her step-daughter, Marilyn hopes to launch a separate group of tours geared towards single folks. These tours will focus on bringing people together in a safe and mutual environment with no pressure to make a romantic connection, but the opportunity to develop new friendships. Marilyn Lint-Ginther founded Get Away Tours in 2000. “My first husband passed away of a heart attack in 1992,” said Marilyn. As a new widow, she decided she didn’t want to be alone and wanted to create a group to bring people like her together. “I started the Widow, Widowers and Friends club and as the president, I asked members what they wanted to do?” Some suggested that they would like to travel. As the owner of Wooster Embroidery, one of her customers was Lakefront

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Lines, a tour bus company. She asked if they could help her out in designing and coordinating tours to popular places. It wasn’t long before Marilyn met her next husband and found that it didn’t make sense to be a part of the club anymore. Members of the club really enjoyed their excursions and asked that she keep up with the planning and coordinating of trips for club members. Get Away Tours was formed shortly after in the same shop as Wooster Embroidery. It made since to work right from the office she already had. “Last year we did 64 tours and we plan to do even more this year,” said Marilyn. She has scheduled tours for many different groups, from class reunions, to bachelorette parties and just couples looking to get away. Marilyn has taken groups to places like New York City, Washington D.C., California, Mt. Rushmore and even to other countries such as Australia and New Zealand. “Single people enjoy the day trips,” said Marilyn. Being single and on a tight budget you may not be able to travel as far, but just getting a few miles away and relaxing could be just what you need to recharge. “Our trip to Branson, Missouri is always a popular trip,” said Marilyn. This six night stay includes a week of some of the best shows, an evening on the Showboat Branson Belle, plenty of country music, a day at the casino and much more. “The men seem to really enjoy the Gettysburg trip and Renfro Valley,” said Marilyn. See the sights and take in the history these historic towns have to offer. “Tours” continued on page 10


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Each trip is carefully planned out by Marilyn herself and you can count on having a one of a kind experience. A pre-planned trip will get you busing and transportation to and from your destination as well as to the planned stops; your motel; most of your meals and entry into the planned attractions (a show, national park, museum, etc.) Plan on bringing extra money for any souvenirs and extra meals. Having been on most of her trips herself, Marilyn has made herself a useful resource for those who want to travel but are not sure what the highlights are. She carefully researches the area to make the most out of her trips and has step-on-guides scheduled to join the groups at certain times. Faye Grahm, of Wooster, said she has never been on a bad trip. “She (Marilyn) does such a good job of making sure everyone is satisfied and happy,” said Faye. “I always attend the mystery trips, and Renfro Valley has always been one of my favorites. I like them all because there is always something different.” As a single woman she never has trouble meeting new people on the trips that she takes. “I always meet someone on the trip to sit with and that’s OK.” Marilyn hopes to incorporate more trips that are fun for single people. She has enlisted the help of her step-daughter, Barbara Vanderbilt who is recently divorced and really enjoys going with Marilyn on her trips. Having worked with Marilyn, she has been in training to become a tour guide herself. After taking her first solo tour to Mackinaw Island she decided she really enjoyed it and Marilyn asked if she would ever considered putting together singles tours.

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AGE: 29 OCCUPATION: Machine/Equipment Operator CURRENTLY LIVES IN: Wooster HOBBIES/COMMUNITY I’ve always been into the ACTIVITIES: Remote Control(rc) hobby, airplanes, helicopter, etc. I also have a saltwater fish tank that not only do I enjoy viewing but also taking care of and maintaining. Playing disc golf, I play at least once a week. Fishing and camping. THREE THINGS FROM Deep sea fishing. Snorkel on a YOUR BUCKET LIST: reef. Backpack out west. FAVORITE BOOK OR MOVIE: Field of Dreams or Sandlot FAVORITE CARTOON CHARACTER: Doug Funny WHAT TYPE OF PETS DO YOU HAVE AND WHAT ARE THEIR NAMES:

Three fish, but only one really has a name, Puff (porcupine puffer fish). Potbelly pig, Hammy. He lives on my parents farm.

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AGE: 27 OCCUPATION: Accountant

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CURRENTLY LIVES IN: Wooster HOBBIES/COMMUNITY Multi-sport racing, scuba ACTIVITIES: diving, learning to cook/ bake, and water/snow skiing. I am on the YMCA board of directors, member of the Elks, Masons, and Young Professionals. THREE THINGS FROM Take lessons and get my pilots YOUR BUCKET LIST: license, learn to do a back flip, watch every season of Seinfeld FAVORITE APP The Chive would have to (HOW DO YOU STAY be my favorite app. It has a INFORMED: truckload of funny/random pictures and quotes; plus they do quite a bit of random act of kindness type stuff. FAVORITE CARTOON Wile E. Coyote; without CHARACTER: question. FAVORITE THING TO DO ON A RAINY DAY: Kick back and watch a movie FAVORITE VACATION SPOT: Fripp Island, SC DREAM VEHICLE: 1986 Porsche 930 Turbo Slant nose. DESCRIBE YOUR This is a fun one. Dinner PERFECT DATE: dates are almost always a blast for me. I would take the girl to a Japanese steak house and follow that up with meeting up with our friends and going some places that has drinks, music, and dancing. Keep it simple and fun. There is also an added level of perfection, if I pick up on the fact that you appreciate chivalry, this will score points. WHAT IS THE BEST I’m a pretty social person, WAY FOR A WOMAN so if she just comes right up TO APPROACH YOU: and starts talking, I generally react in-kind and continue the conversation.

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AGE: Young 66 OCCUPATION: Retired but still working – small business person for fun! CURRENTLY LIVES IN: Wooster HOBBIES/COMMUNITY Involved in community ACTIVITIES: activities from City Planning Commission to Wooster Exchange Club to Wayne County Children’s Advocacy Center to Wooster Fireworks and anything in between that involves the betterment of life in the Wooster Community. I am likely to be involved in things that surprise many! MOST EMBARRASSING When I found out I was to be MOMENT: in the bachelor edition. FAVORITE BOOK OR MOVIE: Rudy FAVORITE TIME OF THE YEAR (SEASON, HOLIDAY, ETC.):: Spring and fall WHAT TYPE OF PETS DO YOU HAVE AND WHAT ARE THEIR NAMES: Pet dwarf bunny- “Bodabing” IF SOMEONE WERE TO MAKE A MOVIE OF YOUR LIFE, WHAT FAMOUS ACTOR WOULD PLAY YOU: Jackie Chan WHAT WOULD YOU I would not change anything! DO IF YOU WON A I would give it away to worthy MILLION DOLLARS: non-profits. DESCRIBE YOUR A fun date with someone PERFECT DATE: who would share their life experiences and I would share mine. We would choose those that were fun and reexperience them. IF SOMEONE WANTS TO DATE YOU THEY MUST ALSO LIKE…: To have fun!!!!!

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AGE: 39 OCCUPATION: Print and Die-Cut Pressman CURRENTLY LIVES IN: Wooster HOBBIES/COMMUNITY Bicycling, church events, ACTIVITIES: downtown events THREE THINGS FROM Drive all of Route 66, get YOUR BUCKET LIST: married, and ride in a blimp PET PEEVES: Impatient drivers, dogs that chase bikers and lack of punctuality. FAVORITE BOOK OR MOVIE: Back to the Future DREAM VEHICLE: A Deloren (with a flux capacitor) FAVORITE THING TO DO ON A RAINY DAY: Nap or watch a movie DESCRIBE YOUR A leisurely drive in the PERFECT DATE: country, a nice quaint restaurant and a walk in an area comparable to Secrest Arboretum. WHAT IS THE BEST I am up for a woman to make WAY FOR A WOMAN the first move if they are TO APPROACH YOU: truly interested. A fun-loving approach would be good. WHAT DO YOU HATE The awkwardness of MOST ABOUT THE connecting on the first DATING PROCESS: date - where to go, keeping conversation lively and how to graciously end the evening.

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Jeremy Jordan AGE: 35 OCCUPATION: Wayne/Holmes County Account Manager Territory

CURRENTLY LIVES IN: Wooster Area HOBBIES/COMMUNITY Volleyball, softball, ACTIVITIES: football, and spending time with my two boys. PET PEEVES: Being hung up on FAVORITE THING TO DO Play euchre and ON A RAINY DAY: monopoly DREAM VEHICLE: Cadillac CTS FAVORITE PLACE TO EAT IN WAYNE/HOLMES COUNTY: Muddy Waters IF SOMEONE WERE TO MAKE A MOVIE OF YOUR LIFE, WHAT FAMOUS ACTOR WOULD PLAY YOU: Seth Myers WHAT WOULD YOU DO Buy my brothers new IF YOU WON A MILLION houses and pay my DOLLARS: parents farm off. WHAT IS THE BEST WAY FOR A WOMAN TO Be open and honest and APPROACH YOU: come say “hi” IF SOMEONE WANTS TO DATE YOU THEY MUST ALSO LIKE…: My kiddos and sports

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any men and women want to improve the appearance of their hair. But solutions that may have worked at one time of the year may not work after the seasons have changed. When cooler, crisper weather arrives, humidity levels wane and hair can appear flat and lifeless. This can exacerbate already existing conditions of thinning hair. Thinning hair is a concern for men and women alike. As women age, their bodies produce less estrogen, which can cause hair loss and thinning, while some men are genetically predisposed to thinning hair and even balding. But thinning hair may be a byproduct of the weather. When the temperatures outside begin to dip, people tend to spend more time indoors with the heat turned on. Dry air can cause static electricity and flyaway hair. People who wear hats to protect their heads from chilly weather also may find their locks have flattened. Fortunately, there are a number of solutions to flat hair, each of which can improve fullness and body. * Try a plumping product with keratin. Keratin is a strong, fibrous material found in human hair, skin and nails. Depending on the composition of the amino acids in keratin, it can be produced as hard (animal hooves) or soft (skin). Much of the keratin people come in contact with is cells that are already dead, and these cells are protecting the living cells within. Coating hair with a keratin hair treatment can create a thicker layer of keratin to protect and moisturize the hair and help improve fullness. * Find the right volumizing shampoo for your hair. Many volumizing shampoos work by thoroughly cleansing hair to

remove any product residue or excess oil that can weigh down hair. In the process, some may actually dry out hair, so it is important to test out different brands to find one that cleans but does not strip hair. "BIG" shampoo from Lush Cosmetics, for example, uses natural coarse sea salt to exfoliate the scalp and hair, as well as a blend of natural oils and citrus to moisturize and shine the hair. Many of the popular drug store brands of shampoo will have a volumizing alternative, or you can consult with your hair stylist for a salon brand he or she recommends. * Use a styling aid. For many people, washing and drying their hair is not enough to provide volume and lift. Styling aids can add volume to your hair. Volumizing mousse will coat the hair strands and give the appearance of thickness and lift. Framesi Hair Treatment Volumizing Mousse Conditioner, for example, uses Mediterranean Sericina silk protein to nourish and protect the hair, along with silicone and marine extracts to add volume. These products should be worked into the base of the hair where it meets the scalp for best effects. Pomades and certain hair waxes and gels can provide similar results and may stiffen hair to keep styles in place. * Invest in hair rollers. Hair rollers may seem old fashioned, but they can create timeless, full hair and curls. Velcro or other nonheated rollers, like those from Conair or Goody, can be gentle on hair. Depending on the size of the roller, hair can be full with bounce or show off more defined curls. Vary roller sizes to create a more interesting, dimensional style. A blast of hairspray while the rollers are in place will help set the style. * Be gentle when styling. Frequent use of chemical styling products or heated appliances can weaken or damage the hair, causing it to break or fall out. This can only add to thin, flat hair problems. Use heated styling appliances sparingly and be gentle on hair when brushing or washing and drying. * Experiment with a new cut. Fine or limp hair may benefit from a shorter, more layered haircut to improve volume and bounce. A stylist can recommend options that will fit with your face and hair goals. * Consider coloring your hair. Permanent color dyes may actually thicken your hair by expanding the cuticle layer in order to deposit color into the shaft or disperse the existing pigments. This can result in hair that feels thicker or moves differently after the coloring process. Be sure to follow the recommended time between coloring treatments or you may end up doing more harm than good. Many products and techniques can make hair more full, especially during a season when flat hair seems to be the norm.

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