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– O R RV I L L E T O DAY– 2017 – 2018

A Community Guide for Orrville


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Table of Contents Living in Orrville

Message From The Mayor...................................... 04 Vital Statistics ........................................................ 06 Guide to Living....................................................... 08 Safety Services........................................................ 10 Media...................................................................... 11 Post Office & ZIP Codes........................................ 11 Utilities................................................................... 11 Historical Societies................................................. 12

Economy

Orrville Area Chamber of Commerce.. ............ 16. 28 Wayne Convention & Visitors Bureau................... 18 Wayne/Holmes Real Estate & Tax Rates................ 19 Orrville Major Employers...................................... 20

Government

The City of Orrville................................................ 22 Wayne County & Local Townships........................ 24 State & Federal.. ...................................................... 25 Where Do I Vote?................................................... 26

Education

Orrville City Schools.................................................30 Area Private Schools...................................................31 Childcare & Preschools..............................................32 Tri County Educational Service Center.....................36 Wayne County Schools Career Center......................36 The University of Akron Wayne College....................37 Heartland Education Community Inc.......................38

Health Care & Human Services

Aultman Orrville Hospital . ......................................40 Cleveland Clinic........................................................41 Support Groups ........................................................42 Human Services.........................................................44 Senior Opportunities.................................................50

Culture & Recreation

Orrville Parks.............................................................52 Orrville Area Boys & Girls Club/Orrville YMCA.....53 Places of Worship.......................................................54 Orrville Public Library...............................................55 Orrville Area United Way..........................................56 Clubs & Organizations..............................................58 Local Events & Attractions........................................60

Additional Information

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“Cobblestone Hotel & Suites Bring Guests to Orrville”...........................................09 Paul L. Powell Citizen of the Year 2016.....................28 “State of the Chamber: Transformational”.................29 Street Index................................................................33 Map of Orrville..........................................................34 Boys & Girls Club New Addition.............................62 Important Phone Numbers.......................................64

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–WELCOME–

The Orrville Community Guide is a collaborative effort between the citizens and our community – providing the public with the most relevant and accurate information for our 28th edition. Orrville Today includes current government official contacts, attractions, public services, recreational groups and more. Visitors and citizens will find information about the Orrville economy, demographics, history and education. Local merchants and services make this publication possible, so please be sure to pay them a visit whenever possible and keep Orrville growing.

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M E S S A G E F R O M T H E M AYO R 2016 was another busy year for the City of Orrville and Orrville Utilities. On the City side more street repair was completed by concrete street replacement and also some asphalt overlays. We have committed large amounts of capital improvement money each year for the last eight years to help keep our streets as nice as possible for our residents and visitors. Market Street was our main project for an asphalt overlay and that was completed in early Fall. Elm street and Crown Hill were the two main concrete replacement projects. Fire Station number two also received an asphalt overlay to its parking lot. Water line replacement and a storm water project also took place in our cemetery. Tree work continues to be an unexpected drag on the budget with the amount of dead or dying trees from the Emerald Ash borer. These nasty little bugs have changed the look of many areas all over this part of the country by killing thousands and thousands of trees. We try to remove them as soon as possible because a dead tree is not pleasing to the eye and of course they become a safety concern with falling branches and trunks that just give away. June of 2016 also marked the ground breaking of Cobblestone Hotel. Construction carried on all summer, fall, winter and Orrville’s Cobblestone Hotel opened up in early spring of 2017. It is off to a great start and we hope and expect it to be very successful. We now have a fine local hotel for families to stay for weddings, graduation, and the many other gatherings that bring families together. Many of our successful industries will

make good use of this facility too with the many visitors they receive. Our Utilities Departments all continue to provide great service to Orrville citizens. The power plant finished up the conversion of its main boiler from coal to natural gas. Much of this work was done by our own power plant employees and saved a great deal of money for our rate payers. Hats off to a great job! If you have ever lived in a city where the water had a terrible taste you know how lucky we are to have great tasting water in Orrville.   Our summer activities continue with Orr Pool   once again attracting hundreds of swimmers, our ball fields will be full of ball players and Rehm Pavilion will be the home to our summer concert series and movie nights. With the completion of the bike path through town and the new trailhead restroom facility we expect many more will be riding bikes around town.   Some industries like The J.M. Smucker Company, Venture Products and Bekaert broke ground or continued major expansions and Quality Castings and Jarrett Companies both completed expansion projects. We continue to be blessed with businesses and industries that are great community partners.   Don’t forget our Firefighters 4th  of July celebration, the Orrville Lions Club Rib and Music Fest in August and our Orrville Walks program where hundreds of citizens are out walking in spring, summer and fall to help lead healthier lives. Have a great year, M AYO R DAV E HA N D W E R K

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–INDEX OF ADVERTISERS– Please support these businesses. Without their participation, this guide would not be possible!

Akron Children’s Hospital.. ..........42

Joe’s Garage.. .................................14

Servpro of Wayne County............14

Albright Welding

Kidron Kars, Inc...........................14

Spherion.. ......................................18

Supply Co., Inc.......................15

Kiko’s Greenhouse........................15

State Farm, Justin Haslip.. ............15

Auble Funeral Home....................48

Edward Jones, Kim Cowgill.........09

Stoller Floors................................14

Aultman Medical Group.. ............ 65

Life Care Hospice ........................23

Trinity United

Aultman Orrville Dunlap

McElroy Packaging........ Back Cover

Methodist Church..................54

Family Physicians.................. 61

Magic Garage Door Inc................14

Walthall CPAs...............................20

Aultman Orrville Hospital...........07

Main Street Pharmacy..................15

Wayne College/

Bennett, Dr. William....................50

Mennonite Mutual Insurance.. .....12

Cancer Treatment Center.............44

MCC Connections........................14

Caskey’s Campground..................52

Michael’s Bakery...........................14

Christian Homestead

OrrVilla.. .......................................10

Bookstore................................15

Orrville Chamber

University of Akron.. ..............37 Wayne Economic Development Council...................................39 Wayne County Community Credit Union.. .........................05

Commercial & Savings Bank.. ......13

of Commerce..........................17

Dutch Kitchen.. .............................14

Orrville Cycling & Fitness...........15

Dravenstott’s Restaurant.. .............15

Orrville Plumbing & Heating.. .....14

Farmers National Bank.. ...............26

Pallotta Ford Lincoln.. ..................01

Career Center.........................49

Flo-Tork, Inc.. ...............................21

P. Graham Dunn...............Inside Front

Will-Burt Co.................................45

Greenhouse Shoppe, The.. ............04

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Wooster Eye Center......................02

Habitat for Humanity Restore.. ....15

Pines, The.....................................16

Wooster Community Hospital.....43

Home Appliance...........................27

Red Bucket....................................60

Wooster Orthopaedics & Sports

J.M. Smucker Company, The.. ......32

Serpentini Chevy

Jeff Wiles Realty...........................63

Wayne County Community Foundation.. ............................19 Wayne County Schools

Medicine Center....................46

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โ€“ V I TA L S TAT I S T I C S โ€“ ORRVILLE STATISTICS Orrville

Second largest city in Wayne County

Orrville

Mayor-city council form of government

Orrvilleโ€™s coordinates

40.84 N, 81.77 W

Land area

3,924 acres

Miles of paved roadways

46

Acres of city parks

51

WAYNE COUNTY STATISTICS POPULATION OF ORRVILLE

Square miles

557

US highways

30,250

Population

8,456

State routes

3, 83, 585, 302, 95, 226

Persons over age 18

6,347

County seat

Wooster

Persons under age 18

24.3%

Persons 65 years of age and over

16.1%

Median age

40.6 years

Race: White

91.2%

Race: Black or African American

3.9%

Race: Hispanic or Latino

2.8%

Race: Asian

1.0%

Race: Other

1.1%

Total households

3,337

Average population per household

2.48

POPULATION

Orrville

Wayne County

1950

5,153

58,716

1960

6,511

75,497

1970

7,408

87,123

1980

7,511

97,408

1990

7,712

101,461

2000

8,551

111,564

2010

8,380

114,520

2014

8,456

115,537

ORRVILLE WEATHER Ave. High

Ave. Low

Precipitation

Record High Temp.

Record Low Temp.

January

38ยบF

21ยบF

2.90 in

73ยบF (1950)

-24ยบF (1912)

February

40ยบF

25ยบF

2.06 in

72ยบF (1932)

-21ยบF (1899)

March

60ยบF

36ยบF

2.67 in

84ยบF (1910)

-9ยบF (1948)

April

60ยบF

35ยบF

1.95 in

90ยบF (1925)

7ยบF (1923)

May

77ยบF

51ยบF

2.50 in

97ยบF (1902)

24ยบF (1966)

June

81ยบF

56ยบF

1.80 in

100ยบF (1988)

31ยบF (1912)

July

86ยบF

63ยบF

3.25 in

104ยบF (1930)

37ยบF (1930)

August

82ยบF

54ยบF

2.29 in

105ยบF (1918)

36ยบF (1982)

September

72ยบF

48ยบF

5.92 in

99ยบF (1953)

27ยบF (1942)

October

61ยบF

41ยบF

5.84 in

92ยบF (1899)

16ยบF (1930)

November

48ยบF

28ยบF

0.44 in

80ยบF (1950)

-2ยบF (1929)

December

42ยบF

29ยบF

3.20 in

74ยบF (1982)

-19ยบF (1917)

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Beautiful city lots at Marsh Ridge Allotment with all city services feature an absolutely stunning view. Lots are open or partially wooded and have private back yards for patios, decks or terraces. These nice sized lots are great for the discerning buyer/home builder. Marketed by Jeff Wiles Realty, 330-683-4663, this fully restricted subdivision is first class from top to bottom. Owned and developed by Renner Development, this allotment is one of Orrville’s most desired locations.

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– A G U I DE TO L I V I NG I N OR RV I L L E – The following are some topics of interest to the citizens of Orrville. For more information, visit the city’s website at www.orrville.com Animals – Animals are prohibited from running free within the city limits. All dogs must be licensed through the Orrville Veterinary Clinic, the Wayne County Humane Society (Wooster) or the Wayne County Auditor’s Office (Wooster). There are to be NO animals in city parks. Any animal (other than domestic dogs and cats), which in their wild state are carnivorous or which are capable of inflicting serious physical harm, are not permitted in the city. This would include animals which belong to the cat family or snakes which are poisonous or can cause physical harm (including all constrictors, bears, wolverines, badgers, lions, tigers and other animals as determined by the safetyservice director). Farm animals are conditionally approved if the building used to house the livestock or fowl is no less than 200 feet from all property lines, commercial raising or breeding for commercial purposes are on lots of five acres or more, or any livestock or fowl is kept at least 150 feet from any residence other than the person’s keeping such animal. Automobiles – Driver’s licenses and license plates are issued by Orrville’s motor-vehicle deputy registrar’s office, 1430 W. High St., Suite 3, 330-682-0440; Charles Audi, deputy registrar; motor vehicle titles may be obtained through the clerk of courts office at City Hall, 330-682-8932. Bicycles – Bicycles must obey all traffic regulations. Bicycles should be registered with the police department to help in recovery if they are lost or stolen. Bicycles may be ridden on sidewalks, but not on those in any business distrcit. There are to be NO bicycles in Orr Park. Building Permits – Building permits, required for all construction, are issued by the Wayne County building inspector, 428 W. Liberty St., Wooster, 330-287-5525. Before obtaining a building permit, one must first obtain a zoning permit from the Safety-Service Director’s office at City Hall, 330-684-5004. Cemeteries – The city operates two cemeteries: Orr Cemetery, at N. Mill and E. Church streets, and Crown Hill Cemetery, at Crown Hill Rd. and W. High St.; a mausoleum at Crown Hill Cemetery offers alternative choices for burial; for more information, call the City Hall, 330-684-5004 Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Curfew – For children younger than 14; 10 p.m.-5 a.m., SundayThursday and 11 p.m.-5 a.m., Friday and Saturday. For youth ages 14-18: 11 p.m.-5 a.m., Sunday-Thursday and midnight-5 a.m., Friday and Saturday. Emergency Warning System – The city’s warning system consists of sirens and a cable-TV interrupter. The siren at Orr Park is also capable of sending voice messages, but the area of coverage is limited. Sirens are also located at the Lacy Service Center on E. Pine St.; Fire Station #2 on N. Crown Hill Rd.; in the industrial park on Collins Blvd., Beaver St. Park. The sirens and cable television interrupter are tested periodically. During testing, the sirens are sounded for a short period. Anytime you hear the sirens sounding for longer than three minutes, you 8

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should assume there is a weather emergency, probably a tornado warning. You should seek shelter immediately and check a radio or television for more details. In cases of another type of emergency, you may be required to evacuate your home or to stay indoors at your home for a period of time. The radio and/or television will be used to convey the message. In most circumstances, residents must also rely on a radio or television to determine when it is safe to resume normal activities. AN “ALL-CLEAR” WILL NOT BE SOUNDED BY THE SIRENS. You are urged not to call the police department or City Hall, as these lines must be kept open for emergency assistance requests only. All residents, businesses and industries should keep a batterypowered AM/FM radio for use in emergencies. It is also recommended residents own a battery-powered weather radio which gives emergency alerts of severe weather if kept in the alert mode. Weather websites: www.intellicast.com/weather/cle/nexrad, www.weather.com, and www.weathernet5.com. Local radio stations: WQKT, FM 104.5, AND WKVX AM 960. Garage Sales – The city has an ordinance requiring persons who wish to have a garage sale to get a permit from the safetyservice department. There is no charge for the permit, but there is a limit on the number of days that a sale may be held, the signs (including where they may be placed), the kinds of merchandise and the number of families that may go together for a sale; sales may be from 9 a.m.-sundown. Permits are available at the information desk at City Hall, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (except legal holidays). Parades – Persons or groups wishing to hold a parade on a public street must obtain a permit from the safety-service director at City Hall; the permit is free. Call 330-684-5000 for details. Parking – Parking any inoperative or unlicensed vehicle on private property for more than 15 days is prohibited. To report a violation, call the police department at 330-684-5025. Scooters & Skate Boards – No person shall ride on or operate a skateboard on any street or roadway. Skateboards and scooters are NOT permitted on the sidewalk within a business district. Where signs are posted prohibiting skateboards, no person shall ride on a public sidewalk or upon paved areas within a shopping ceter. Scooters and skateboards are NOT permitted in Orr Park. Snow Parking Ban – A significant accumulation of snow may require the city to declare a “snow parking ban” which requires cars parked on certain streets be moved. The announcement of the parking ban will be posted on the C ity’s webpage at orrville. com. Vehicles not moved from these streets may be towed at the owner’s expense. Trees – The city plants new shade trees along public streets every spring. Residents can request a tree be planted in their tree lawn by calling the safety-service deptartment at 330-684-5060. Orrville has been named a “Tree City USA” since 1980.


COBBLESTONE HOTEL & SUITES BR I NG S G U E ST S TO OR RV I L L E

For the first time in nearly a century, a new hotel has opened in Orrville. The 54-room hotel opened this year with a Cinco de Mayo celebration that attracted more than 300 Orrville businesspeople, as well as city and county officials and developers from the fast-growing hotel chain. The Orrville facility marks Cobblestone Hotel & Suites’ first entry into Ohio. According to president Brian J. Wogernese, the chain started in 2008 in Wisconsin, focusing on smaller towns where there weren’t any other hotels -- or competition. By 2013, the chain had 31 hotels in operation and, last week, the company opened No. 75. Currently, it has hotels in Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, Pennsylvania and Ohio and is continuing to expand its range. Wogernese said the chain takes seriously its motto of providing “Big-city quality and small-town value.” At the ribbon-cutting ceremony, Wogernese and Thomas Kennedy, president of Erie, Pa.-based Professional development Associates Inc., credited Orrville Mayor Dave Handwerk with his persistence in bringing the Cobblestone project to Orrville. Wogernese said the company began considering an Orrville project about four years ago, but wasn’t sure the town met its criteria. He said it was the mayor -- who “tenaciously” pushed for the project to happen -- that convinced the management team that Orrville had more than enough to offer, and then worked closely with the hotel chain throughout the process. Melanie Scott, director of operations for Professional Development Associates, said the Orrville hotel is 31,600 square feet, the typical footprint of the chain’s hotels. In addition to regular king and queen rooms, it features 13 studio rooms divided by a half wall, six handicapped rooms where everything is positioned lower, and eight extended-stay suites that feature two rooms, a full-size refrigerator, cooktop, dishwasher, microwave oven and coffee station. In addition,

two of the king rooms have whirlpool tubs. Kennedy said that for small towns to have a hotel “gives posture to the community, attracts visitors and creates opportunities for economic development. It’s a win-win for Cobblestone and the Orrville community.” At the formal ribbon-cutting ceremony, Handwerk told the crowd that packed into the lobby that the hotel was the first to be constructed in Orrville in 97 years. He read from the minutes of a city council meeting from 1987 in which thenmayor Howard Wade expresses Orrville’s need for a hotel. Other amenities the hotel offers include a business center with computer, printer and direct WiFi; a meeting room with seating for 40 and HGMI projector; a marketplace with snacks, medicines, easily forgotten items and pizza with pizza maker; heated pool, large activity room with a bar that is open to the public and seating for 45. The same room also houses the hotel’s breakfast bar. There is also an outdoor dining patio with seating for 20, as well as a workout/fitness center and a guest laundry. For more information, visit StayCobblestone.com/oh/orrville/

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– S A F ET Y SE RV IC E S

WAYNE COUNTY SHERIFF

Wayne County residents can take advantage of a program created to deter crime through community awareness. The Contact Information – Wayne County Justice Center, program has been developed to allow the sheriff ’s office to 201 W. North St., Wooster; emergency, 9-1-1; nonemergency, transmit pertinent information directly to the public via the 330-287-5750, wcso@wcsohio.org, Internet. www.waynecountysheriff.com Subject matter transmitted from the office will include, but www.facebook.com/waynecountysheriff not be limited to the following: www.twitter.com/Waynesheriff. • Individuals running scams Sheriff – Travis Hutchinson • Current criminal activity Years of Service – 35 years • Safety tips Years as Sheriff – 4 • Other related information Responsible for – Providing law enforcement for the The process for registering your email address for entire county, a full service county jail and service to all receiving alerts is by simply visiting the website at www. county courts. waynecountysheriff.com and clicking on the scrolling banner, filling in the necessary fields and clicking “submit.” The email addresses are secure and will only be used for the alerting system. This system is yet another tool that law enforcement can use in striving to keep our Wayne County communities safe. For more information, contact Sheriff Hutchinson at 330287-5750.

THE ORRVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT Contact Information – 207 N. Main St., 330-684-5025 (non-emergency number), police@orrville.com, www.orrville.com. Police Chief – Matt Birkbeck

Sex-Offender Information All information on registered sex offenders in Wayne County (including addresses and photos) and “deadbeat parents” is available on the Wayne County Sheriff ’s website, www.waynecountysheriff. com, or by calling the sheriff ’s office at 330-287-5750. Office also operates a large facebook account, updating current issues daily. Visit us at Facebook/Wayne County Sheriff.

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Station No. 1 – 235 N. Vine St. Station No. 2 – 777 N. Crown Hill Rd. Contact Information – PO Box 129, 330-684-5050 (nonemergency number), firechief@orrville.com, www.orrville.com/OFFD/ Fire Chief – Christopher Bishop 2016 Firefighter of the Year – Dan Lorson

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–UTILITIES–

–MEDIA–

GAS

NEWSPAPERS

Interstate Gas Supply – 877-353-0162, www.pickocc.org

The Daily Record

ORRVILLE UTILITIES Cashier’s Office – Orrville Utilities, 125 W. Water St., PO Box 107, 330-684-5020, cellis@orrville.com, www.orrutilities.com; to report a utility emergency after hours, call 330-684-5045. Electric Department – 330-684-5100 Wastewater Department – 330-684-5160 Water Department – 330-684-5130

TELECOMMUNICATIONS

Contact Information – 212 E. Liberty St., Wooster, 330-264- 1125, www.the-daily-record.com; Orrville reporter, Paul Locher, 140 E. Market St., Suite 110, Orrville, 330-6822055. Distribution – Daily, morning Circulation – 330-287-1615 Advertising – 330-287-1653

OrrViews

Contact Information – 200 N. Main St., PO Box 405, 330684- 1115, orrviewsmail@gmail.com, www.heartlandorrville. com. Distribution – Free copies available every other Friday in red racks throughout town; no paid advertising.

CenturyLink – 800-261-1691, www.centurylink.com Armstrong – 877-277-5711, www.armstrongonewire.com; RADIO STATIONS offers cable TV, Internet and telephone services; operates WQKT, 104.5 FM & WKVX, 960 AM local programming on Channel 4. Contact Information –186 S. Hillcrest Dr., Wooster, 330-264-5122, www.wqkt.com Formats – WQKT, sports and country; WKVX, oldies TRASH REMOVAL, RECYCLING &

COMPOSTING

Kimble Companies – 800-201-0005, 330-343-5665, www. kimblecompanies. com. Please call for the day, based on your address. The following holidays will cause trash removal to be delayed: Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Orrville Composting Center _ The Orrville Compost Center is located at the end of Apple Ave. The compost center is available for Orrville Residents ONLY. It will be open every Wednesday (weather permitting) from 7:30 a.m.-11:15 a.m. and 12:15 p.m.-3:15 p.m. & Saturdays, 8 a.m.-Noon. There will be no access to the compost center other than Wednesdays. Some options, if these hours are not convenient for you: put leaves and grass in a trash bag or cut branches no longer than four feet, bundle them up and put by the curb for trash pick up. The Orrville Compost Center accepts only materials that will compost _ leaves, grass, branches, shrub trimmings and trees (excluding stumps and roots). Leaf mulch and wood chips are available at no cost to Orrville residents for noncommercial use. Limited amounts of firewood are available. You will need to cut it yourself. There will be NO backhoe available for loading materials of any type. You may also use Paradise Composting at 4300 Mechanicsburg Rd., Wooster or 6203 Akron Rd., Smithville; appointment only, 330-669-3141. Stark-Tuscarawas-Wayne Joint Solid Waste Management District – 9918 Wilkshire Boulevard, NE, Bolivar, (800) 6789839, www.timetorecycle.org.

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Contact Information – 1613 E. Summit St., PO Box 5190, Kent, OH 44242, 800-672-2132 or 330-672-3114, fax 330-672-4107, www.wksu.org. Formats – NPR and classical music; carries the signal of WKSU-FM (89.7), Kent State University NPR station.

POST OFFICE & ZIP CODES Contact Information – 145 N. Vine St., 330-682-7831 Post Master – Steve Smith Lobby Hours – Weekdays, 6 a.m.-5:30 p.m. and Saturday, 6 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Window Hours – Weekdays, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturday, 8:30 a.m.-Noon

AREA ZIP CODES 44606.. ................................................................... Apple Creek 44217.. ........................................................................... Creston 44618.. ............................................................................ Dalton 44230.. .................................................................... Doylestown 44627.. ............................................................... Fredericksburg 44636.. ............................................................................ Kidron 44645.. .................................................................. Marshallville 44659.. .................................................................. Mount Eaton 44667.. ...........................................................................Orrville 44270.. .......................................................................... Rittman 44676.. ............................................................................. Shreve 44677.. ....................................................................... Smithville 44276.. ........................................................................... Sterling 44287.. ..................................................................... West Salem 44691.. .......................................................................... Wooster

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–HISTORICAL–

THE ORRVILLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY

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Contact Information - P.O. Box 437, 330-930-0113, www.orrvillehistory.org Find them on facebook! smithorr1850@gmail.com Historic Smith Orr Homestead – The house at 365 W. Market Street was originally a log cabin, built around 1841 by pioneer settler Christian Horst, with additions and remodeling in 1916 and 1926. Orrville Historical Museum (Manhattan Restaurant) – The building at 142 Depot Street, formerly the Manhattan Restaurant, displays children’s toys, old photographs, a soda-pop bottle from the former Orrville Bottling Works, a miniature replica of a glass coffin manufactured in the 19th century by the Orrville Crystal Casket Company, military uniforms and an area dedicated to athletic teams and city and school bands. Museum Hours – Open for special events or by appointment only. Special Events – Check the website and facebook page for special events and call for open house hours.

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ORRVILLE RAILROAD HERITAGE SOCIETY

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Contact Information – PO Box 11, 145 Depot St., Orrville, 330-683-2426, www.orrvillerailroad.com. Meetings – First Tuesday of every month, 7 p.m. at the Orrville Union Depot, 145 Depot Street south of West Market Street. The meetings are open to anyone interested in learning about ORHS and how the railroads played in the founding of Orrville. Officers – Anna Davidson, chairman of the board; Kevin Welsh, president; Jerry Beech, vice president; Jerry Beech, secretary; Kathy Green, treasurer; and Roger Scott, activities director.Depot Museum Hours - Currently open during ORHS events and by appointment. Event Schedule - Check our website and Facebook page for more information about ORHS events.

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– E C O N O M Y–

OR RV I L L E A R E A C HA M BE R OF C OM M E RC E Contact Information – 132 S Main Street, Orrville, OH 44667; ph: 330-682-8881; FAX 330-682-8383; email: chamberoffice@ orrvillechamber.com; Website: www.orrvillechamber.com Visitor Info/Events: www.discoverorrville.com Local Jobs/Workforce: www.orrvilleworks.com President – Lori Reinbolt Chairman of the Board – Jennifer Kessel First Vice Chair – Vince Tricomi Second Vice Chair – Cindy Summers Office Hours – 9am - 4pm Mon-Thurs; Friday by appointment Purpose – Orrville Area Chamber of Commerce is the foremost voice for the business community in Orrville and eastern Wayne County, Ohio. As the area’s leading business association, we actively engage our members and community to be the dynamic force for community progress. Our mission is to identify and address economic development opportunities to offer services and benefits to help members achieve their business goals and to provide leadership on key issues that improve the quality of community life.

STRATEGIC PRIORITIES

Workforce Support

Partner with regional, county and local initiatives to educate and connect businesses with qualified, well-trained workers capable of meeting the Orrville area’s workforce needs.

Managed Growth

Strengthen community involvement and decision-making that supports growth and fosters a high ranking quality of life for everyone that lives, works and visits the Orrville Area.

Become The Essential Resource

Market the Orrville Area Chamber as the essential informational resource for members, community and external constituents.

Membership Engagement & Retention

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Financial Stability

Ensure the future sustainability of the Chamber as a result of

The Orrville Area Chamber of Commerce conservative, realistic yet optimistic budgeting; providing an effective return on member investment, analyzing historical is the foremost voice for the business data and aggressively capturing new income streams to community in Orrville and eastern Wayne achieve the Chamber’s goals. County, Ohio. As the area’s leading Organizational Capacity Strengthen organizational capacity to fully achieve planning, business association, we actively engage implementation and management goals. Revision of the our members and community to be the Chamber’s governing documents to better align with dynamic force for community progress. organizational vision.

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ORRVILLE AREA DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION

Contact Information – 542 E. Liberty St., Wooster; 330- 264-2411, fax 330-264-2412; info@waynecountyedc.com, www.waynecountyedc.com. WEDC Mission – The Wayne Economic Development Council (WEDC) is a private organization focused on enhancing the economic performance and business competitiveness of Wayne County, Ohio. As the lead economic development organization for the county, its role is to stimulate new investment and job growth through business expansion and attraction initiatives. The WEDC is a collaborative effort between government, local business and the educational community that have come together to keep Wayne County at the front of our region’s growth. With its partners, the WEDC provides the many services necessary for maintaining and the region’s economy. OFFICE OF ORRVILLE ECONOMIC growing More Information – The WEDC’s team of economic DEVELOPMENT development specialists provides one-stop convenience in Contact Information – 207 N. Main St., 330-684- assisting existing and new businesses who are considering new 5080, fax 330-684-5040, www.orrvilledevelopment.com, investments in our community. The benefits of these efforts mhedberg@orrutilities.com. include new jobs, new tax revenues, an enhanced quality of Administrator – Mike Hedberg life and additional business opportunities for those already Purpose – This office is committed to enhancing industrial here. The WEDC accomplishes these goals by facilitating and economic growth in the Orrville area. business expansion and recruitment processes, including site-selection assistance, labor-market analysis, workforce development resources, site and building information, assistance with regulatory authorities and coordination of

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Contact Information – 132 S. Main St., 330-682-8881, fax 330-682-8383, chamberoffice@orrvillechamber.com, www. orrvillechamber.com. President – Mark Zook Executive Secretary – Lori Reinbolt Treasurer– Janet Strimlan Purpose – The Orrville Area Development Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization that exists to promote and develop the industrial, civic, educational and business welfare and betterment of the City of Orrville, Ohio and its vicinity. Signature programs include: Bloomin’ Orrville downtown flower baskets and landscaping; Signage Grants to assist businesses with the purchase of new storefront signs.

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incentives. The WEDC also provides consulting services plaques and more. See the manufacturing process and browse and assistance in developing growth initiatives to local the 20,000 square foot showroom filled with elaborate wall communities throughout Wayne County. art, enchanting home decor and thousands of unique gifts. Pine Tree Barn is home to 25,000 square feet of unique home furnishings, a gourmet luncheon restaurant, WAYNE COUNTY CONVENTION & gifts, and a Christmas tree farm; and Quailcrest Farm, with their VISITORS BUREAU 12,000 square foot greenhouse solarium, houses unique gifts Contact Information – 428 W. Liberty St., Wooster, 330-264- and inspirational gardens with picnic pavilions. Downtown 1800, fax 330-264-1141, info@wccvb.com, www.wccvb.com. Wooster has developed a state and regional reputation for Executive Director – Martha Starkey unique, independent shops and restaurants. Our many Mission – Actively promotes tourism and overnight travel farmers’ markets, both seasonal and year ‘round, will provide throughout Wayne County in a manner that will most the freshest of products for your dinner table. Troutman effectively support the entirety of the county. Vineyards, Blue Barn Winery and Silver Run Vineyard and Winery can provide you with award winning wines in a Over 30 Years of Promoting Wayne County relaxing country setting. Wayne County continues to be the place to find exciting and Whether you are a resident or a visitor to Wayne County, you unusual attractions. will be amazed at our beautiful scenery, quiet wooded hills The Ohio Light Opera will open their 39th season June 17 and rich, rolling farmland. There is something for everyone, with The Music Man. The 2017 season will include Anything including Amish Country, Secrest Arboretum, complete with Goes, HMS Pinafore, Primrose, The Student Prince, Countess a three-acre rose garden and Shisler’s Cheese House, known Maritza and The Lady of the Slipper. for their fabulous Swiss cheese and selection of goodies. Shopping takes on an entire new meaning in Wayne County Whatever your interests, Wayne County shares pieces of the with one-of-a-kind places. Lehman’s supplies non-electrical past and glimpses into the future. Wayne County is rich in lights, tools and equipment to the Amish and those around history, culture and exciting attractions. the world that do not use electricity. Shop for cookware, oil Contact the Wayne County Convention and Visitors Bureau lamps, crockery, gas refrigerators, cook stoves and much if you have guests in town, need something to do with your more. The J.M. Smucker Company Store and Cafe is famous family, or just want to discover something new in your own for its jams and jellies, but also is home to Jif, Pillsbury, backyard. If your business holds seminars or meetings, we Folgers and more. Walk through their museum and taste the can help you find the perfect location. Contact us at 1-800products at their tasting station. P. Graham Dunn makes laser 362-6474 or info@wccvb.com. For up to date information and engraved wood products including picture frames, furniture, events, visit our website at www.wccvb.com.

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F I G U R E S & TA X I N F O R M AT I O N Orrville Sold Listings

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Property Tax Rates – Orrville City School District (2016 rates of taxation, payable in 2017) Basic Tax Rate per $1,000 of Property 04/Baughman Township $83.55 26/East Union Township $89.75 48/Sugar Creek Township $86.35 58/Orrville City, Baughman Township $84.35 59/Orrville City, Green Township $84.35 #/District

Other Taxes Wayne County sales tax: 6.50% Orrville City income tax: 1.00% Orrville Income Tax Department - 207 N. Main St., Orrville, 330-684-5008, dnussbaum@orrville.com, www.orrville.com. Wayne County Auditor’s Office - 428 W. Liberty St., Wooster, 330-287-5430, auditor@co.wayne.oh.us, www. waynecountyauditor.org. Wayne County Treasurer’s Office - 428 W. Liberty St., Wooster, 330-287-5450, treasurer@co.wayne.oh.us, www. waynecountytreasurer.org.

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–MAJOR EMPLOYERS–

TOP 1 0 E M PLOY E R S I N OR RV I L L E The Orrville Area Workforce Taskforce, an initiative of the Orrville Area Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Heartland Education Community, work together to raise awareness of the abundance of employment opportunities here in the Orrville area. Find local job openings, employee testimonials, company profiles, news and events at www.orrvilleworks.com 1. The J.M. Smucker Company: locally employs 2,000+

Manufacturer of consumer and natural foods, coffee and pet food. The J.M. Smucker Company family of brands including: Smuckers, Jif, Pillsbury, Crisco, Folgers and Milkbone.

2. The Quality Castings Company: employs 330 Gray and ductile iron casting foundry

3. SmithFoods, Inc: employs 300

Regional Dairy providing private label, food service and contract manufacturing.

4. The Will-Burt Company: employs 275

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5. Bekaert Corporation: employs 215

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C I T Y OF OR RV I L L E “The City of Orrville has 9 elected positions in City Government. Mayor, City Council President and 7 City Council positions. All are 4 year terms and term limits are set by our voting citizens. We are fortunate to have an administration team that works very well together and a City Council that works well with each other and also with our administration. We also have many citizens in Orrville that are willing to serve on various committees, boards and commissions that help keep Orrville running smoothly. These groups all work together for one goal and that is to bring controlled growth to our City and help our many businesses and industries continue their successful ways.” – M AYO R H A N D W E R K –

ADMINISTRATION

Orrville City Hall - 207 N. Main St., 330-684-5000 (for general information), www.orrville.com; hours: weekdays, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., excluding legal holidays; except where indicated, the offices of the following are located in City Hall: Mayor - David T. Handwerk (R), 330-684-5001, mayor@ orrville.com. Safety-Service Director - Steve Wheeler, 330-684-5002, swheeler@orrville.com; appointed without term by mayor. Director of Utilities - Jeff Brediger, 330-684-5012, jbrediger@ orrutilities.com; appointed without term by Public Utilities Board. Director of Finance - Janet Strimlan, 330-684-5007, jstrimlan@orrville.com; appointed without term by mayor. Director of Law - Cheryl Kirkbride, 100 N. Vine St., 330-6835010, ckirkbride@orrvillelaw.com; appointed without term by mayor. Human Resources Manager - Phil McFarren, 207 North Main Street, 330-684-5047, pmcfarren@orrville.com Fire Chief - Christopher Bishop, 330-684-5050, firechief@orrville.com, www.orrville.com/OFFD/; civil-service appointment. 22

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Wayne County Courts - Orrville Municipal Court - 207 N. Main Street 330-682-4085 Police Chief - Matt Birkbeck, 330-684-5025, mbirkbeck@ orrville.com; civil-service appointment. Title Office - 207 N. Main St., 330-682-8932 Utility Billing - 330-684-5020

ORRVILLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Office – 207 N. Main St.; 330-682-8932; www.orrvilledevelopment.com Marketing Manager – Mike Hedberg, 330-684-5080, mhedberg@orrutilities.com.

CITY DEPARTMENT HEADS

Electric Distribution Superintendent - Dick Smith, 1100 Perry St., 330-684-5140. Electric Utility Manager - Dean Kallenborn, 1100 Perry St., 330-684-5109. Service Superintendent - John Scott, 415 E. Pine St., 330- 684-5060. Technical Services Manager - Don Duffy, 207 N. Main St.,


330-684-5103. Wastewater Utility Superintendent - Robert Auten, 1530 N. Main St., 330-684-5160. Water Utility Superintendent - Todd Fetty, 300 Mineral Springs St., 330-684-5130.

CITY COUNCIL

Meetings - First & third Monday (excluding August), 7:30 p.m., at City Hall. Terms - Four years, elected. President - Lyle Baker (R) 12/31/19. Ward 1 - Rich Corfman (D), chairman of Utilities Committee, 12/31/19. Ward 2 - John Lorson (D), chairman of Ordinance & Personnel Committee, 12/31/17. Ward 3 - Arthur Shupp (R), chairman of Transportation Committee, 12/31/19. Ward 4 - Travis Wilson(D), chairman of Parks & Recreation Committee, 12/31/17. At large - Ricardo Aspiras (R), chairman of Finance, 12/31/19. At large - Mike Hamsher (R), chairman of Planning Committee, 12/31/17. At large - Paul Vance (R), President Pro-Tempore, chairman of Health & Safety Committee, 12/31/17. Clerk - Jeanne Gault Feudo; appointed without term by council, jfeudo@orrville.com

PUBLIC UTILITY BOARD

Meetings - Second and fourth Monday, (excluding August), 6:30 p.m. at City Hall. Terms - Five years, appointed by mayor. Members - Russ Miller, 12/31/20; Michele Abel, 12/31/21; Don McFarlin, 12/31/17; Brad Strausbaugh, 12/31/18; Gary Gossard, 12/31/19.

WAYNE COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH

Term - Three years, appointed by mayor. Member - Carl Forrer, 2/29/19 .

SHADE TREE COMMISSION

Meetings - As needed, at City Hall. Purpose - Monitors the planting and replacement of shade trees on city streets. Terms - Three years, appointed by mayor; Safety-service director is permanent member. Members - Steve Wheeler, Safety Service Director; Matt Plybon, 6/15/18; Gene Pouly, 6/15/19; Susan Vernon, 6/15/17; Esther Leggett, 6/15/17.

VOLUNTEER FIREMEN’S DEPENDENCY FUND BOARD

Term - One year; expires 12/31/16, two members elected by council, two elected by the fire department, and one elected BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS by the other four. Meetings — Third Monday, 6:30 p.m. Members - Robert Ballentine, William Earnsberger, Jonathon Terms — Three years, appointed by mayor; safety-service Gresser, Edward Hershey and Chuck Back. director is a permanent member. Members — Lauri Besancon, 12/31/19; Dave Mower, 12/31/18; Troy Higgins, 12/31/19; Al Lehman, 12/31/17; INCOME TAX REVIEW COMMITTEE Term - 1 yr., expires 12/31/17 Kevin Domer, 12/31/17. Members - Steve Knox, Chris Conway, vacant

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION

NUISANCE ABATEMENT COMMITTEE Meetings - First Thursday, 7 p.m. Term - 1 yr., expires 12/31/17 Terms - Six years, appointed by mayor. Members - Tim McGuire, Alicia McDonald, Rich Corfman, Members - Steve Seifried, 12/31/21; Arlin Steiner, 12/31/17; Ron Dessecker, and Safety Service Director Steve Wheeler Carol Pleuss, 12/31/19. DESIGN REVIEW BOARD

Meetings - Second Thursday, 7 p.m. at City Hall. Term - Three years appointed by the mayor. Members - Todd Wallace, 12/31/19; Mike Hamsher, 12/31/17; Darin Johnson, 12/31/19; Barb Weaver, 12/31/18; Audrey Merckle, 12/31/18; Steve Snyder, 12/31/17; Sue Ann Werntz, 12/31/17.

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– WA Y N E C O U N T Y –

The following is a directory of Wayne County officials, and if Building Inspection Office - 428 W. Liberty SR. 3; applicable, the dates their terms expire. For more information, (330) 287-5525; Russ Arters, Chief Building Official. see wayneohio.org. Children Services Board - Kinney Building, 2534 Burbank Rd., (330) 345-5340. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Child Support Enforcement - 428 W. Liberty St., Switell, Contact Information - Wayne County Administration (330) 287-5600; Brynn Jackson, Director. Dog Warden - 5694 Burbank Rd., (330) 345-1018; strays call, Building, 428 W. Liberty St., (330) 287-5400 (330) 287- 5705. Hours - weekdays, 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Drivers Exam Station - 340 S. Market St., (877) 439-8378. Meetings - Wednesday, 9 a.m. Commissioners................................................Ron Amstutz(R) Emergency Management Agency -Wayne County Justice . .............................................Ann Obrecht (R) Center, 201 W. North St., (330) 262-9817; Joseph Villegas, . .................................................. Sue Smail (R) Director. . ..................Patrick C. Herron, Administrator Environmental Services - Dave Hodgson, Safety/Loss Control Manager, (330) 263-5035, and Steve Wolfe, Superintendent of Sewer Department, (330) 263-5035. COUNTY OFFICIALS Health Department - 203 S. Walnut St., (330) 264-9590, Auditor - Jarra Underwood (R), 428 W. Liberty St., www.wayne-health.org, Nicholas V. Cascarelli, MHHS, Health (330) 287-5430. Commissioner. Kathryn Helmuth, MD., Medical, Director. Clerk of Courts - Tim Neal (R), Wayne County Courthouse, Environmental Health - 428 W. Liberty St., (330) 264-2426; Public Square, (330) 287-5590. Vaughn Anderson, R.S./M.S., Director. Coroner - Dr. Amy S. Jolliff (R), 128 W. Milltown, Suite 105, Job & Family Services - 356 W. North St., (330) 287-5800; (330) 345-5891. Rich Owens, Director. Engineer - Scott Miller (R), 3151 W. Old Lincoln Way, (330) Justice Center - 201 W. North St., (330) 264 -5555. 287-5500. Medway Drug Enforcement - P.O. Box 872, Wooster, (330) Prosecutor - Daniel Lutz (R), 215 W. Liberty St., 621- 1234; Don Hall Dr., Director. (330) 262-3030. Mental Health and Recovery Board - 1985 Eagle Pass Dr., Recorder - Jane Carmichael (R), 428 W. Liberty St., (330) 264-2527; Judy Wortham Wood, Executive Director. (330) 287-5460. Metropolitan Housing Authority - 345 N. Market St., Sheriff - Travis Hutchinson (R), Wayne County Justice (330) 264-2727; Stan Popp, Executive Director. Center, 201 W. North St., (330) 287-5750. Planning Department - 428 W. Liberty St., Betsy Sparr, Treasurer - Dawn Zerrer (R), 428 W. Liberty St., Director, (330) 287-5420. (330) 287-5450. Public Defender - Rodney Baca, 113 W. Liberty St., (330) 287-5490. COUNTY OFFICES & AGENCIES All of the following offices are located in the Wayne County Tax Map Office - Doug Green, Supervisor, (330) 287-5495. Administration Building, 428 W. Liberty St., unless noted Veterans Service Commission - 356 W. North St., lower level, (330) 345-6638; Nelson Weirick, Director. otherwise. Auto License Bureau - Jarra Underwood, Deputy Registrar, 200 Vanover St., (330) 287-5640. Auto Title Office - Diana Charbonneau, Chief Deputy, 200 Vanover St.; (330) 287-5471. Board of Elections - Julie Leathers, Director, 200 Vanover St., (330) 287-5480. 24

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The following courts are located in the Wayne County Courthouse, 107 W. Liberty St., unless noted otherwise. Wayne County Common Pleas Court - Judge Corey Spitler, (330) 287-5540; Judge Mark Wiest, (330) 287-5530; James


Fox, administrator, (330) 287-7737. Wayne County Domestic Relations Court - Ashley Newlong, Magistrate, (330) 287-5545, Robert Hines, Magistrate, (330) 287-5547. Probate and Juvenile Court - Judge Latecia E. Wiles, (330) 264-4970; Katherine Gallegher, administrator, (330) 287-5695. Wayne County Municipal Court - Main office in Wayne County Municipal Court Building, 215 N. Grant St., (330) 2875663; branch office in Orrville; Judge Carol White Millhoan; Judge Timothy R. Vansickle; Jerry S. Packard, Magistratel Small Claims Court - Wayne County Municipal Court Building, 215 N. Grant St., (330) 287-5670; Karl Cub, Administrator.

STATE

Governor John Kasich (R) Contact Information – Riffe Center, 77 S. High St., 30th Floor, Columbus 43215, (614) 466-3555; governor.ohio.gov/ Term Expiration – 1/13/2019 Senator Larry Obhof (R) 22nd District Contact Information – Senate Building, 1 Capitol Square, 2nd floor, Columbus 43215, (614) 466-7505; ohiosenate.gov/ obhof. Term Expiration – 12/31/2020

State Representative Darrell Kick(R), 70th District Contact Information – 11th Floor, Riffe Center, 77 S. High St., Columbus 43215-6111, (614) 466-2994; All information on registered sex offenders in Wayne County www.ohiohouse.gov/david-hall. (including addresses and photos) and information on “deadbeat Term Expiration – 12/31/18 parents” is available on the Wayne County Sheriff ’s website, www.waynecountysheriff.com, or by calling the sheriff ’s office State Representative Scott Wiggam (R), 1st District Contact Information – 11th Floor, Riffe Center, 77 S. High at (330) 287-5750. St., Columbus 43215-6111, (614) 466-1474; http://www. ohiohouse.gov/ Term Expiration – 12/31/18

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FEDERAL

President Donald J. Trump (R) The following are elected officials in the townships bordering Orrville: Contact Information – The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, D.C. 20500, (202) 456-1414, fax (202) BAUGHMAN TOWNSHIP 456-2461, www.whitehouse.gov. Trustees — Tim Horst, Bob Graber, Miker Geiser Term Expiration – 01/21 Fiscal Officer — Carolyn S. Baer

Meetings — Township Office, 3470 N. Mt. Eaton Rd., Orrville/ Vice President Mike Pence (R) Burton City; first and third Tuesday, 7:00 p.m. Contact Information – The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, D.C. 20500, (202) 456-1414, fax (202) EAST UNION TOWNSHIP 456-2461, Comments - 202-456-6213, www.whitehouse.gov. Trustees — Dan Hodge, Blake Meier, Joseph Rabatin Term Expiration – 01/21 Fiscal Officer — Valorie L. Lewis Meetings — Fire Station, 3400 Apple Creek Rd., Apple Creek; US Representative James Renacci (R), 16th District first & third Thursday, 7 p.m. Contact Information – 328 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515, (202) 225-3876, Fax (202) 225-3059, GREEN TOWNSHIP https://renacci.house.gov/ Trustees — Homer Hostetler, Scott D. Imhoff, Donald Alternative Contact – Wadsworth District Office, 1 Park Zimmerly Center Dr., Suite 302, Wadsworth, OH, 44281, 330-334-0040 Fiscal Officer — Donald E. Dravenstott Term Expiration – 1/19 Meetings — Green Township House; second Monday, 7 p.m. US Senator Rob Portman (R) (8 p.m. in summer). Contact Information – 448 Russell Senate Office Building, SUGAR CREEK TOWNSHIP Washington, D.C. 20510, (202) 224-3353, portman.senate.gov. Trustees — Jacob Dalessandro, Matthew D. Nussbaum, Alternative Contact – Room 3061, 1240 E. 9th St., Cleveland Melvin R. Wyss 44199, (216) 522-7095 or (800) 205- 6446. Fiscal Officer — Jerry W. Berg Term Expiration – 1/3/19 Meetings — Township House; first Tuesday, 8 p.m. US Senator Sherrod Brown (D) Contact Information – 713 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510, (202) 224-2315, (888) 896-6446, fax (202) 228-6321, www.brown.senate.gov. Alternative Contact – 801 W. Superior Ave., Suite 1400, Cleveland 44113, (216) 522-7272, fax (216) 522-2239. The following are state and federal officials for Orrville Term Expiration – 1/3/19

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residents, contact information and the dates their terms expire. Use the following Web sites for more information: www.state. oh.us/ and www.searchgov.com/.

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WAYNE COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS

Contact Information - Vanover building, 200 Vanover St., Suite 1 Wooster, 330-287-5480, contact@votewayne.org, www. votewayne.org. Director - Julie Leathers Hours - Weekdays, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Voter Information - To vote in Ohio, one must be at least 18 years of age, have registered at least 30 days prior to the election and have been a resident of Ohio for at least 30 days. Those not registered to vote may do so at the Wayne County Board of Elections office, public libraries and various government offices. Upcoming Elections - The 2017 general election will be Tuesday, Nov. 7. Special Election - Aug. 8.

Ward 1 Precinct A - Orrville Public Library, 230 N. Main St. Ward 2 Precinct A - Aultman Orrville Hospital (Community Room), 832 S. Main St., Orrville. Ward 3 Precinct A - Schmid Hall, 501 Hall St. Ward 4 Precinct A - Schmid Hall, 501 Hall St., Orrville Precinct B - Trinity United Methodist Church, 1556 Rex Dr. – Crownhill Rd (Sanctuary Entrance, main parking lot).

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Ward 1 - Baughman Township Office, 3470 Mt. Eaton Rd., Orrville Ward 2 - Marshallville Community Bldg., 48 Park St., Marshallville

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2 0 1 6 PAU L L . P O W E L L CITIZEN OF THE YEAR

–MARK ZO OK– Mark Zook, a community volunteer in Orrville for more than 20 years, was never just a participant on local boards or civic clubs. Zook rolled up his sleeves, pitched in wherever needed and stepped up as a leader when called upon. “I have always seen Mark as someone who is willing to give his time for the betterment of our Orrville community,” stated Mayor David Handwerk. “He has gone above and beyond the call of duty many times.”

A dozen nomination letters were submitted on Zook’s behalf representing the many organizations and causes he has championed over the years including Orrville Rotary Club, Orrville Area United Way, Orrville Area Boys & Girls Club, Orrville Athletic Booster Club, Heartland Education Community and Orrville Area Chamber of Commerce. “Mark worked tirelessly in the many Booster Club activities and was always willing to take a leadership role,” commented Doug Davault, Assistant Principal, Orrville High School. “I don’t ever remember him saying no to a request to help the club and our kids any way he could.” “During the time that I have known Mark, he has displayed a number of positive characteristics…he does not boast about his achievements, but rather lets his ability and accomplishments speak for him,” remarked Mike Jarrett who co-chaired the Team Up For Turf campaign with Zook in 2012. Jarrett’s perception of Zook was a common thread found throughout the nomination letters. Wilma Raynor summed it up best stating “Mark has continued to serve the community of Orrville by living Rotary’s motto of Service Above Self.” “Mark’s unselfish dedication, volunteerism and leadership make Orrville a great community,” stated Mike Hedberg, Office of Orrville Economic Development. Hedberg currently serves with Zook on the Orrville Area Development Foundation Board. Zook was the 52nd recipient of the Paul L. Powell Citizen of the Year award.

O A B O U T T H E PAU L L . P O W E L L C I T I Z E N O F T H E Y E A R A WA R D Every community is unique. No other in the world is quite like Orrville - mainly because of the people who believe it to be The Promised Land. Paul L. Powell served as editor of the Courier-Crescent from 1930-1969. In his weekly column, Over the Fence, he would frequently refer to Orrville as “The Promised Land.”  Upon his retirement, the newspaper recognized him as Citizen of the Year and named the award in his honor. This annual award is presented to those persons whose efforts continue to make Orrville The Promised Land.  Selection of the honoree is based on outstanding service to the Orrville community over the past year, or for a long history of service during the nominee’s lifetime. 28

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To nominate an individual for the 2016 award, send a letter, or collection of letters, highlighting examples of how the nominee has served the Orrville community. The nominations committee does not do additional research for the award.  Only the information submitted can be considered, therefore, please include all information pertinent to establishing the strongest case possible for why the nominee should be honored. Submit nominations to the Orrville Area Chamber of Commerce, 132 S Main Street, Orrville, OH 44667 or by email to chamberoffice@orrvillechamber.com  Please include your name and contact information so that you may be notified when a recipient has been selected.


S TAT E O F T H E C HA M B E R : T R A N S F O R M AT I O NA L

The Commerical and Savings Bank proudly sponsored the 2nd Annual State of the Orrville Area Chamber luncheon at Heartland Point on Jan, 27. Heartland Point Café catered the luncheon which was sponsored by Weaver Commercial Construction. Chamber president, Lori Reinbolt, opened her remarks by describing the State of the Chamber as “transformational.” “Transformation is an active word indicating that the Chamber is involved in the process of change,” stated Reinbolt. “The most visible being the renovation of the Chamber’s physical facility in 2016.” Reinbolt shared that Orrville’s Front Door Campaign for Facility Renovation has raised nearly $150,000 to date, 84% of the funds needed to finance the project. Donations continue to be accepted through the Orrville Area Development Foundation. The transformation of the Chamber as an organization was credited to the Board of Directors. Chair of the Board for 2017, Jennifer Kessel, Aultman Orrville Hospital, assisted by First Vice Chair, Vince Tricomi, PFI Displays, Second Vice Chair, Cindy Summers, Heartland Education Community and past chair Tom Brenner, Jarrett Logistics are committed to providing leadership for the Chamber this year. In 2016, the Chamber Board set aside time at each monthly meeting to engage in discussion based on the Horizon Initiatives, a set of eight influences identified by the American Chamber of Commerce Executives Association that every chamber in the country needed to consider in planning for the next decade. Kessel used the results from these monthly discussions as the basis for leading the annual strategic planning session. Three forward thinking questions were posed: “What does the Orrville Area business community look like in 2025? “; “What economic, social or environmental factors influence the business community?” ; What is the Chamber’s role and responsibility?” The discussion resulted in five strategic priorities for 2017. The top priority overwhelmingly focuses on support for the local workforce, both employers and job seekers followed by managed growth for our business and residential communities, branding the Chamber as an essential resource

“Orrville Area employers have job opportunities. The Chamber needs to identify ways to raise awareness of the fact that Orrville is a great place to work.” LOR I R E I NB OLT

Chamber of Commerce President for members, membership engagement and retention, and financial stability. “The labor market in Wayne County offers many opportunities for individuals trained in skilled trades,” shared Reinbolt. “Orrville Area employers have job opportunities. The Chamber needs to identify ways to raise awareness of the fact that Orrville is a great place to work.” A new website and Facebook page, OrrvilleWorks.com, was launched in 2016 and the marketing of these sites will roll out in the coming months to raise awareness of the work that is available throughout our area. The State of the Chamber address was videotaped by Armstrong Cable and will be available to the public on the A-Channel in the coming weeks. The Orrville Area Chamber of Commerce is the foremost voice for the business community in Orrville and eastern Wayne County, Ohio. As the area’s leading business association, we actively engage our members and community to be the dynamic force for community progress. Learn more at www.orrvillechamber.com, Facebook or Twitter.

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– E D U C AT I O N – OR RV I L L E C I T Y S C HO OL S “Orrville City Schools is a K-12 public school with strong parent and community partnerships with an average graduating class of about 120. The Heartland Education Community is a collaborative group that pulls in business, service organizations, city government and other public entities to establish priorities in school/community relations. As a result, Orrville City Schools has a long tradition of success in not only core academics, but also the arts, athletics, character education and college/career readiness. The College Academy, instituted several years ago, provides on-campus opportunities for students to earn college credits in all core areas and several electives. A most recent project has been the implementation of the Young Entrepreneur’s Consortium, which introduced our middle/high schools to problem-based learning, Believe in Ohio, business/entrepreneurship pathway and 1:1 Chromebooks. The district continually looks for ways to enhance the experiences for all learners.” –BRET T L ANZ

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Administration

Contact Information – Administrative offices, 815 N. Ella St., orrvilleschools.org Superintendent – Jon Ritchie Assistant Superintendent – Brett Lanz Treasurer – Mark Dickerhoof Administrative Assistants– Rhonda Johnston-Peters, Dawn Wagner, Amy Hiller, Laura McPeek Athletic Director – Audrey Zuercher, 330-682-2506 Food Service – Debra Byrnes, 330-682-9761. Transportation – Jeff Rhodes, 330-682-2836 Director of Pupil Services – Amy Meredith School Psychologist – Courtnay Goren

School Board

Meetings – the third Thursday, 5:30 p.m., in the Orrville High School Library. Contact Information – 330-682-5811 Members/Term-Expiration Dates – Greg Roadruck, president, 12/31/17; Susan Corfman, 12/31/19; Wayne Steiner, 12/31/19; Patrick Lorson, 12/31/17; Mike Guster, 12/31/17.

Orrville High School – Grades 9-12

Contact Information – 841 N. Ella St., 330-682-4661 Personnel – Tim Adams, principal; Doug Davault, asst. principal; Tracy Christman, secretary; Laurier Likens & Buffe Hamsher, guidance; Linda Smucker, guidance secretary; Deb Goudy, athletic secretary.

Orrville Middle School – Grades 5-8

Contact Information – _ 801 Mineral Spring, 330-682-1791 Personnel – Dave Sovacool, principal; Michelle DeAngelis, asst. principal; Linda Yungen, secretary; Kim Hignight, secretary; Sandy Troyer, guidance; Kelly Ryan, case manager. Orrville Elementary School – K-4 Contact Information – 605 Mineral Spring St., 330-682-1851 Personnel – Beverly Waseman, principal; Ashley Vargo, Asst. Principal Barbie Vogelhuber, secretary; Brad Fortune, student services coordinator; Kelly Ryan, case manager This list of staff members is reflective of information available as of May 2016. Because of retirements, new hirings and reassignments, this list is subject to change for the 2017-2018 school year. 30

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2017-2018 SCHOOL CALENDAR 2016-2017 SCHOOL CALENDAR Tue Aug. 22 Mon Sept. 4

1st day of school for students Labor Day Recess

Mon Sept. 11

Fair Day

Thu Oct. 19

End of 1st 9-Weeks, (41 Days)

Fri Oct. 20

Teacher PD- No School

Thu.-Fri Nov. 23-24

Thanksgiving Recess

Mon Nov. 27

P/T Conference Day

Thu.-Tue Dec. 21-Jan. 2 Wed Jan. 3

Winter Break Recess School reconvenes

Fri Jan. 12

End of 2nd 9-Weeks, (48 Days)

Mon Jan. 15

MLK Jr. Day Recess

Fri Feb. 16

P/T Conf. makeup- No School

Mon Feb. 19

Presidents’ Day Recess

Thurs March 15

End of 3rd 9-Weeks, (41 Days)

Fri March 16

Teacher PD- No School

Mon.-Fri March 26-30

Spring Break Recess

Mon April 2

School reconvenes

Sun May 27

Graduation Day

Mon May 28

Memorial Day- No School

Thu May 31

End of 4th 9-Weeks, (48 Days)

Fri June 1

Teacher PD- No School

* If make-up days are necessary (after the five calamity days), they will be used Feb. 19, March 26 – 30 and June , June 4 – 8. For more information about Orrville City Schools events and news, visit the website at orrvilleschools.org.


P R I VA T E S C H O O L S

CENTRAL CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

Contact Information - 3970 Kidron Rd., Kidron, (330) 857- 7311, www.ccscomets.org. 2015-16 Enrollment - Over 350 in grades Preschool - 12 Superintendent - Jeanne Zimmerly Jantzi More Information - What do students need to be successful citizens in today’s world and the church as they make life defining decisions? At Central Christian School, we understand what it takes and what it’s like to be a disciple in today’s world. That’s why every student who walks our halls is being prepared to walk with Christ in all of life. And we believe that this produces something in them that lasts long after graduation. Since 1961, Central has partnered with families and congregations who want strong academic education, fully integrated with Biblical truth. Experienced teachers, licensed by the State of Ohio, teach with compassion through integrating academic and Biblical knowledge in and out of the classroom. Intimate class sizes allow for hands-on experiential learning. Central’s 60-acre campus houses classrooms for preschool through grade 12, a Performing Arts Center, two gymnasiums and a cafeteria. There are also athletic fields for soccer, baseball, softball and tennis. Central Christian School is accredited by Mennonite Education Agency (MEA) and North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCS CASI). Over 60 congregations are represented on campus as well as 25 international students from China, South Korea, Central America, South America and Europe.

KINGSWAY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

Contact Information - 11138 Old Lincoln Way E., Orrville, (330) 683-0012, www.kingswaychristianschool.net. 2015-16 Enrollment - 193 in grades Preschool- 12 Principal/Administrator - Steve Yoder Principal/Administrator - Keith Fuller More Information - Kingsway Christian School is committed to developing the whole child – heart, soul, mind, and strength while promoting Core Values that create a Culture of Honor. Experienced teachers, licensed by the State of Ohio, bring project-based and student-centered learning opportunities to the classroom to capture the learning styles of each student to help them develop a life-long learning mindset. A strategic framework of the development of the Whole Child, Biblical Integration, and Kingdom Relationships provides an environment that promotes the uniqueness of each child while engaging them in understanding how to use their God-given gifts in our diverse culture. Kingsway is located on a 21 acre campus just south of Orrville and west of Riceland at the Carr Road exit off Route 30. Though the school was established in 1992 as a non-denominational, State-chartered PreK-grade 6 school, Kingsway now enrolls students in PreK-grade 12. It provides opportunities to maximize students potential through its academic, athletic, fine arts, and extra-curricular programs. In addition, a hallmark of Kingsway is its emphasis on mission trips that provide service opportunities to those less fortunate while expanding our student’s awareness and interaction with their world, preparing them to reach beyond their own interests. To set up your personal Educational Success Consultation for your child to tell us about your hopes and dreams for them, contact us at 330-683-0012, or use our website at www. kingswaychristianschool.net.

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–CHILDCARE & PRESCHOOLS– High Street Head Start – High Street Center, 704 W. High St., for information call 330-683-4010; child care, preschool and pre-K; open part day/part year. Martin’s Day Care Center – 14027 Church Rd., (in Martin’s Mennonite Church), 330-683-7366; Kathy Shimanek, administrator; child care, infants through pre-K; open all year. Orrville YMCA - 1801 Smucker Road, 330-683-2153 www. orrvilledalton-ymca.org. Program includes before and after school childcare for school age children and day camps for school age children during the summer months. Open year round, only closed Christ Church Preschool – 301 N. Main St., 330-683-0735, for major holidays. Visit their website or call for more information fax 330-683-5243, www.christucc.com; Teri Thomas, director; and specific program times. preschool and pre-K; open school year only. Trinity Christian Preschool and Child Care Center – 1556 Rex Community Action Wayne/Medina Head Start - Providing Dr., 330-682-1383, fax 330-682-2470, trinitychristianpreschool@ Head Start and Early Head Start programs throughout Wayne and orrvilletrinity.com, www. orrvilletrinity.com/preschool; Wendy Medina Counties. All centers are 5-star Step Up to Quality rated. Thompson, director; child care available for children ages 3-5, Call: 330-264-8677 in Wayne or 330-723-2229 in Medina or visit before and after preschool; we follow the Orrville City Schools calendar. http://www.cawm.org/cfd/cfd.html for information. Heartland Preschool – NEW!!! ENROLLING FOR FALL 2017 – 605 Mineral Spring St., Orrville OH 44667; 330-682-1851; Heartland Preschool is in addition to the Tri-County preschool currently housed at Orrville Elementary; Beverly Waseman, director

Childcare Resources – For a list of certified in-home childcare providers, contact the Wayne County Department of Job & Family Services, 356 W. North St., PO Box 76, 330-287-5800. To find additional child care in a specific area, email childcare@odjfs.state. oh or search their website, www.jfs.ohio.gov/cdc.

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POINTS OF INTEREST Barnett-Hoover Log Farmhouse...............A3 Crown Hill Cemetery................................. B3 Aultman Orrville Hospital.........................C4 Fire Department.......................................... B4 Heartland Point...........................................D4 Johnson Woods State Nature Preserve.....G3 Orr Park........................................................ B4 Orrville Elementary School...................... B4 Orrville High School................................... B4 Orrville Historical Museum....................... B4 Orrville Middle School.............................. B4 Orrville Railroad Heritage Society............ B4 The J.M. Smucker Company Store & Café................................................. E4 Riceland Golf Course.................................. E3 Sippo Valley Trail......................................... E8 Smith-Orr Homestead.................................00 The Pines Golf Club....................................D2 Toy & Hobby Museum................................ B4 University of Akron Wayne College.........A3 Wayne College Arboretum.........................A3 Wayne County Speedway...........................D3

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Contact Information – Wayne County Schools Career Center, 518 West Prospect Street, Smithville, 330-669-7000; Adult Education, 330-669-7070; www.wcscc.org. Administration – J. Kip Crain, Ph.D., superintendent; Mary Workman, treasurer; Lynn Moomaw, director of operations and adult education; and Matt Brown, principal. Eligibility – Career and technical secondary education to juniors and seniors from 10 Wayne County public high schools, other public schools through open enrollment, private schools, and home-schooled students. Career/Technical Programs – We have 25 Career and Technical programs in 6 career clusters: construction, health, manufacturing/engineering, mechanics, public service and technology. Our Engineering Technologies program meets at Orrville High School. Students can earn professional certifications in many programs as well as college credit through agreements with area colleges and universities. In the fall of 2017, we will begin two new one-year programs for high school seniors only: Robotics/PLCl@RAMTEC and CNC/Advanced Machining@RAMTEC. Academic Classes – We offer a wide range of academic courses, including advanced academics, such as dual enrollment college math, English and social studies. The latest technologies are implemented in both academic classrooms and career/tech labs, as each student receives a laptop computer for their use at school and at home. Extra Help – We have an extensive student support area which provides tutoring by certified teachers to assist with academics, testing, and OGT remediation. In addition, online courses are offered for both credit recovery and advanced studies. Adult & Community Education Information – Adult & Community Education has been helping hundreds of adults achieve their goals each year with 12 full-time training programs in office technology, industrial technology, health, and public safety occupations as well as short term classes in child care, computers, and trade and industry. Eight FastTrack programs offer adults a quicker way to learn employable skills. Many community members also take advantage of the online and general interest classes. Affordable pricing and flexible schedules enable adults to develop new skills, change careers or enjoy a new hobby. Career counseling, assessments, professional development classes, financial aid and job placement assistance help our 36

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adult students to achieve an above average placement rate. In addition, our customized training/assessments specialists will help businesses in their effort to develop workforce solutions. Allow us to design the ultimate hiring tool, an assessment customized to target your specific skill set or contract with us to improve your employee performance through training developed to meet your employment needs. The Career Center’s Adult Basic and Literacy (ABLE) program serves all of Wayne County with locations in Wooster, Orrville, Rittman, Mt. Eaton and Smithville. Adults can improve academic skills, and prepare for the GED exam at no cost. Also available are English Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) and the Families Learning Together program. As a student in either the ABLE or ESOL program, your children under 4 may attend with you at the Wooster and Orrville site. While adults are in class, the children are in a supervised learning environment. For more information about Adult & Community Education, call 330-669-7070.

TRI-COUNT Y EDUCATIONAL SERVICE CENTER Contact Information – 741 Winkler Dr., Wooster, (330) 3456771, fax (330) 345-7622, www.tricountyesc.org Superintendent – James Ritchie Treasurer – Mary Workman Director of Curriculum – Kris Pipes-Perone Director of Special Education – Dr. Deborah Williams Purpose – Serves schools in Ashland, Holmes and Wayne Counties through its staff of professional educational consultants and directors. Provides shared/cooperative services to minimize costs and maximize resources in the areas of preschool, school improvement, instructional technology, school psychology, speech/OT/PT therapy, professional development, gifted education, special needs education and alternative education. TCESC personnel work in each school with teachers and administrators to review, revise and realign curriculum, instructional and assessment strategies to optimize learning and student achievement on state assessments.


THE UNIVERSITY OF A K R O N WA Y N E C O L L E G E Contact Information – 1901 Smucker Rd., Orrville, OH, 330-683-2010, wayne.uakron.edu Dean – Dr. Jarrod Tudor Enrollment – 2500 More Information – The University of Akron Wayne College is a regional branch of The University of Akron offering the academic resources of a large university in a small, intimate setting at a rate up to 30% less than other Ohio public colleges. Students can take a full complement of freshman and sophomore-level courses taught by experienced faculty in small classroom settings. The College offers a number of associate degrees and certificate programs in addition to two bachelor’s degrees, including organizational supervision and social work. Beginning Fall 2018, the Bachelor’s of International Business will be available. Master’s degrees in social work and principalship can also be completed entirely on the Wayne College campus. With state-of-the-art science facilities and the UAWC 3D printing lab, Wayne provides optimal learning opportunities for students interested in pursuing a career in a STEM field of study (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math).

The College offers a true campus experience with many clubs and activities that encourage leadership, exploration, and personal achievement. Collegiate sports create a spirited campus environment with opportunities to participate in basketball, volleyball, and golf. A member of the ORCC, Wayne College earned conference championships over the past several years in men’s basketball and golf. The hub of activity on campus is the Student Life Building where students can dine in the Marketplace Café, purchase books and school supplies in the Barnes & Noble Bookstore, or enjoy downtime playing pool, watching TV, viewing the latest art exhibit in The Gallery, or enjoying some sun on the outdoor patio. Located on 160-acres in rural Wayne County, there is plenty of space to experience the great outdoors with miles of walking trails all around campus and green space. Room rentals are available, including the Barnet-Hoover Farmhouse.

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HEARTLAND EDUCATION COMMUNITY, INC.

The Steering Committee holds strategic planning sessions to discuss the issues facing education throughout the community. Current priorities include character education, General Info: Cindy Summers, manager of Heartland English language learner support, preschool availability, Initiatives, 330-682-0200, 200 N. Main St., Orrville; www. college and career readiness, mentoring, and OrrViews continued support. heartlandorrville.com. More Information – Heartland Education Community has been “shifting the focus from school to education and shifting Heartland Point the responsibility from school to community” for more than Heartland Point is a community connecting place in 25 years. downtown Orrville where citizens of all ages can find out what Community members founded Heartland in the fall of 1991 as is happening in the community, become more involved and a way to harness the talents and resources of the community engage in lifelong learning. The doors of this unique facility to improve education, in accordance with the National opened in June of 2006. Heartland Point offers educational Education Goals determined by President George H.W. programming for a variety of age groups; books, newspapers, Bush. Since its founding, Heartland has focused on bringing games, and displays highlighting community businesses and together community members, educators, organization organizations; made-to-order salads, sandwiches and soups at directors, and business leaders to achieve the Heartland Heartland Point Café; and two meeting rooms with catering mission: create a community-based learning environment available. Stop by the information counter to discover what relevant and accessible to every age and cultural background is going on in the community and how you can become more within which all Orrville area residents will be able to prepare involved. for and engage in responsible citizenship, lifelong learning, and productive employment. OrrViews All Heartland efforts are based on fundamental principles Katelynn Mejia, general manager, 330-684-1115, P.O. about the philosophy of education. They are considered Box 405, Orrville (office located inside Heartland Point), Heartland’s basic beliefs and are called the Five C’s: orrviewsmail@gmail.com. Community, Connecting Learning to Life, Critical Thinking, OrrViews is a free, bi-weekly community newspaper Character Education, and Continuous Improvement. established by the Heartland Education Community, Inc., in Heartland is a 501( c) (3) nonprofit organization with three cooperation with the Orrville Area Chamber of Commerce, main components: a volunteer Steering Committee that Orrville City Schools, The University of Akron Wayne College oversees Heartland activities and volunteer efforts; Heartland and the City of Orrville to publish and distribute a news Point in downtown Orrville, and OrrViews, a free bi-weekly source that communicates information about the Orrville community newspaper. community to and from the people of the Orrville City School All Heartland efforts are funded through the generous District and creates an archive to preserve the local history. support of the Orrville community. Citizens and businesses This nonprofit, community-funded paper was first published donate resources such as time, effort and funds to contribute in December 2001 and has connected the community for more to the success of Heartland initiatives. than 15 years with information and positive news stories from As the community and school district educational needs the schools and surrounding area. evolve through the years, so do the focus areas for Heartland. 38

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WHITE’S FORD RECOGNITION OF STUDENT ACHIEVMENT

Brian Gibson, general manager and operating partner of White’s 57 Ford has given a free vehicle to one lucky Orrville High School student each of the past four years. Any sophomore, junior or senior student who achieved a 3.5 grade point average or better and attendance record of 95 percent or better for the year was eligible. This year 95 students achieved this status. On Tuesday, May 16 the drawing was held in an Orrville High School assembly. Winner of the 2011 AWD Ford Fusion, valued at $8,000 was Emma Whalen, a junior at OHS. She had completed her academic class for the day and was not present at the assembly. Following a couple of phone calls she finally realized it was not a joke and came to accept the keys and photo session held in front of her car at OHS. Whalen plans on attending collage and major in science or language arts. Gibson told the high school audience and staff members he does a lot in athletics for the students and decided academics were just as important. He said each year the number of students who achieve a 3.5 grade point average or better climbs in numbers, which is good. Tim Adams, OHS principal assisted Gibson in presenting other prizes to: Maddie Eyler, a sophomore and Jaylan Snowden, a junior, who each received deluxe senior picture packets from Life Touch in Canton at a value of $500 each. Amy Duxbury assisted in giving $2,000 in cash to students in the Believe in Ohio Project. Winners were: $100 each to Celeste Walters and Trent Harrison: $150 each to Spencer Brannon and Lily Suppan; $200 to Siera Heubner; $300 to McKaylee Mower; and $500 each to McKinley Smith and Jessie Walton.

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– AU LT M A N O R RV I L L E H O S P I TA L – “Wayne County is currently ranked 12th out of the 88 counties in Ohio in the Robert Wood Johnson community health rankings. In collaboration with the area’s health care and community partners, Aultman Orrville Hospital strives to promote health and wellness education to the population we serve. Aultman Orrville’s population health initiatives include our promotion of the Growing Healthy Habits programs, wellness opportunities and programming, and access to the health care providers and services that our community needs. It is our mission to Lead Our Community to Improved Health. – S H E R I L . S T O R L I E | AU LT M A N O R RV I L L E H O S P I TA L – Contact Information – 832 S. Main St. (SR 57), Orrville, OH 44667; 330-682-3010; www.aultmanorrville.org. President/CEO – Marchelle L. Suppan, D.P.M., MBA Departments and Services – Aultman Orrville Sports & Wellness, AultWorks Occupational Medicine, Cardiology and Cardiac Rehabilitation, Care Management and Social Services, Dunlap Family Physicians, Emergency Department, Endoscopy, General and Orthopedic Surgery, Imaging Services, Interventional Radiology, Laboratory, Inpatient and Intensive Care Unit, Obstetrics (Family Birth Center), Nutritional Services, Catering Services, Pain Management, Respiratory Therapy, Rehabilitation Services, Skilled Care, Sleep Services, Transitional Care Unit, Transportation and Weight Management. Physicians on Staff – Anesthesia, Neurology, Cardiology, Ear, Nose and Throat, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Endocrinology, Ophthalmology, Emergency Medicine, Orthopedics, Family Medicine, Pain Medicine, Gastroenterology, Podiatry, General Surgery, Pulmonary 40

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Medicine, Internal Medicine, Radiology, Neonatology, Urology, Nephrology & Vascular Surgery. Visiting Hours – Open visiting hours at the patients discretion More Information – Established in 1951, Aultman Orrville Hospital is a Joint Commission Accredited, acute-care, full-service health care facility in Orrville. The hospital is a not-for-profit subsidiary of the Aultman Health Foundation of Canton, Ohio. Our mission is to “Lead our Community to Improved Health.” Community information also included in Orrville Today: Community Programs – Birthing Classes; Health Screenings; Breastfeeding; Health Talk Series; Car Seat Safety; Safe Sitters; Community Blood Drive; Smoking Cessation; Diabetic Education; Student Sports Readiness; Working on Wellness (WOW); We are currently developing a COPD support group.

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–CLEVELAND CLINIC–

– W O O S T E R FA M I LY H E A LT H A N D S U R G E RY C E N T E R– Contact Information – 330-287-4500 or 800-451-9870; TTY/TTD, 330-287-4849, www.clevelandclinic.org/wooster Primary Care Services and Urgent Care – 1740 Cleveland Rd., Wooster, 330-287-4500 Cleveland Clinic Wooster Family Health Center, offers exceptional medical care at three convenient locations. Our patient-friendly facilities offer primary and specialty care for both adults and pediatrics. Specialty and Outpatient Surgery Center – 721 E. Milltown Rd., 330-287-4500 or 330-287-4699 (surgery) The Wooster Specialty and Surgery Center broadens the scope of specialty services such as: cardiology, gastroenterology,

general surgery, medical oncology/hematology, orthopaedics, podiatry, pulmonology, radiation oncology, radiology and urology. Women’s Health Center – 1739 Cleveland Rd., 330-287-4500 The Women’s Health Center brings together OB/GYN providers, an onsite perinatologist and nurse practitioners. Bone density testing (DEXA), digital mammography and ultrasound are also available. Appointments: Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Urgent Care Hours:Monday- Friday 6 a.m.- 9 p.m.; Saturday & Sunday 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

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–SUPPORT GROUPS–

You’d go to the ends of the earth to keep them happy.

After-Breast-Surgery Support Group

Description – For all women who have experienced breast surgery or breast cancer diagnosis. Contact Information – Susan VanSickle, 330-263-8631 Meetings – First Tuesday, 6-7:30 p.m., September-May, Wooster Community Hospital in med-surg 2 classroom.

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Al-Anon Family Group

From general pediatrics and maternal fetal medicine to a Level II special care nursery. The less time you spend driving to appointments, the more time you have for moments that matter.

Learn more at akronchildrens.org/locations. Call Ask Children’s™ at 330-543-2000.

Wooster General Pediatrics 128 E. Milltown Road | 330-345-1100 Akron Children’s Special Care Nursery at Wooster Community Hospital 1761 Beall St. | 330-263-8100 Maternal Fetal Medicine and Heart Center at Wooster Community Hospital 546 Winter St. Maternal Fetal Medicine 330-543-4500

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Description – Support group for family and friends of persons with alcoholism, three local meetings. Contact Information – Regional Office, 330-645-1165 (a 24hour answering service), www.afg-akron.org Meetings – Wooster Gratitude AFG: meets Monday at 8 p.m., Wooster St. James Church, 122 E. North St., Wooster Morning Al-Anon Family Group: meets Thursday at 10:30 a.m., First Church of God, 1953 Akron Rd., Wooster, (use S door); Orrville Serenity Al-Anon Family Group: meets Friday at 8 p.m., Augsburg Lutheran Church, 140 W. Water St.; Al-Anon Circle of Hope: meets Saturday at 9:30 a.m., First Presbyterian Church, 621 College Ave., Wooster.

Alcoholics Anonymous

Description – Support groups for recovering alcoholics; four different groups meet in Orrville. Contact Information – 330-253-8181, fax 330-253-8292, www.akronaa.org. Meetings – Orrville 12-Step Discussion Meeting meets each Sunday, 8 p.m. at St. Agnes Church, East Oak St.; nonsmoking, closed meeting. Orrville Serenity Group meets each Tuesday, 8 p.m. at Christ United Church of Christ, 301 N. Main St.; non-smoking, open meeting. Orrville Wednesday Big Book meets each Wednesday, 5:30 p.m. at Christ United Church of Christ, 301 N. Main St.; closed meeting. Orrville Friday Night meets each Friday, 8 p.m. at Augsburg Lutheran Church, 140 W. Water St.; non-smoking, open meeting.

Alzheimer’s Association Support Group of Wayne County

Description – Open to caregivers, family members and friends of Alzheimer’s and any other memory loss patients; addresses emotional, psychological and social needs. Contact Information Jennifer Grim, 330966-7343 or 1-800-272-3900 Canton Office. http://www.alz.org/akroncantonyoungstown Meetings – First Wednesday at 1 p.m., Trinity United Methodist Church, 1556 Rex Dr., Orrville

Batterers Intervention – Another Way Program

Description – Another Way Program is an intervention program for men who have been abusive to their partners or families. Another Way has proven highly successful in changing the abusive behavior and reducing the violence in the participants completing the program. Contact Information – 732 Spink St., Wooster; 330-2648498, 800-319-5178; OneEighty Domestic Violence and Health Care & Human Ser v ices 11/22/16 2:39 PM


Sexual Assault Services (formerly Every Woman’s House); Multiple Sclerosis Support Group www.one-eighty.org Description – For those newly diagnosed and living with Multiple Sclerosis. Contact Information – Pixie, 330-345-7374 Man to Man Prostate Cancer Support Group Description – For men who have experience prostate cancer Meetings – Second Monday of each month at Wooster Community Hospital, 7 p.m. and their spouses. Contact Information – Susan VanSickle, RN, 330-263-8631

OneEighty Beacon House

Description – Residential treatment center for women recovering from chemical dependency; provides case management, counseling and group therapy; see Pathway House for men’s treatment center. Contact Information – 330-264-8498, OneEighty, Substance Abuse and Addiction Services (formerly STEPS at Liberty Center); www.one-eighty.org Hours – weekdays, 8 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Ostomy Resource Information

Description – For individuals who wish to engage in a discussion regarding any surgically created opening in the body for the discharge of body wastes. Contact Information – Susan VanSickle, 330-263-8631.

Parkinson’s Support Group

Description – For parents and caregivers to provide understanding, discomfort, sharing and information. Contact Information – Nancy Jordan, 330-669-8568, 800-223-2732

OneEighty Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Step by Step Stroke Club Description – For stroke survivors and their families to share Services (formerly Every Woman’s House) Description – Provides comprehensive services tailored to the needs of each client. Services include counseling, advocacy, safety planning & protection orders, Another Way Program, Community Education. Program – Many services for victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Contact Information – 104 Spink Street Gault Liberty Center Wooster; 330-264-8498; Crisis Hotline - 330-263-1020 or 800-686-1122; www.one-eighty.org

ideas and help solve problems that occur after a stroke. Contact Information – Sherry Atanasov, 330-263-8417 Meetings – Second Tuesday of each month at Wooster Community Hospital - South Auditorium, 1-3 p.m.

Diabetes Support Group

Whit’s End Community Place Support Group

Healing Hearts Pregnancy Loss Support Group

Wooster Traumatic Brain Injury Support Group

Description – For people with diabetes to learn, share ideas and help solve problems. Contact Information – Nutrition and Diabetes Services Department, 330-684-4776 Meetings – meets Wednesday at 10 a.m., 6 p.m.; Aultoman Orrville Hospital auditorium; free and open to public.

Description – For parents who have lost newborns or miscarried. Contact Information – Becky Yoder, R.N., 330-202-5548 or Krista Asher, LISW-S, MSW, 330-202-5191. Meetings – Fourth Monday of each month at the Wayne County Library, 6:20-8:00 p.m.

Sweet Somethin’s

Description – A support group for parents with a child diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. Contact Information – Heidi Steiner, RN 330-345-6475 ext. 7172

Description – Local support for caregivers and patients of cancer. Group. Contact – Sandy Kline 330.466.2707 or Cathy Ballinger, 330465-5325; https://www.whitsendcancersupport.org/ Meetings – Meets the first Thursday of every month at 6:30pm in the hospital auditorium

Description – Open to persons with brain injury, their family members and caregivers; offers information, support, encouragement and friendship. Contact Information – Brain Injury Association of Ohio, 614-481-7100, 800-444-6443; biaoh.org; help@biaoh.org.

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C O M M U N I T Y H E A LT H , R E S O U R C E S A N D F O U N DAT I O N S Aspire (formerly ABLE) – A program of Adult and Community Education, Wayne County Schools Career Center, Main Office at Central Christian Church, 407 N. Market St, (330) 669-7000; www.waynecountyable. org; Emily Hartzler, Program Director; Orrville Learning Center, First Presbyterian Church, 1830 W. Market St., Orrville; hours: Tue., Wed., Thu., 9 a.m.-noon; available for area adults to improve academic skills, prepare for the hish school equivalency, enter post secondary, or improve workplace skills; call for information on Aspire sites throughout the county.

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Alzheimer’s Association, Greater East Ohio Area Chapter – Canton office: 408 9th St., SW, Suite 1610, Canton, (800) 272-3900, fax (330) 966-7757, www.alz.org/ akroncantonyoungstown/, geoachl@alz.org; Jennifer Miller, Family Services Coordinator; hours: weekdays, 8:30 a.m.4:30 p.m.; provides family support, education and research relevant to the disease and related disorders. American Cancer Society – 3500 Embassy Pkwy. Suite 150 Akron, OH 44333, (800) 227-2345 (toll-free), www.cancer. org: Shawna Borkoski, Senior Market Manager; hours: weekdays, 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; provides information and programs about prevention and early detection of cancer; offers educational programs; supports cancer research. American Heart Association – 1689 E. 115 St. Cleveland, OH 44106; 1-800-AHA-USA-1, www.heart.org; national organization committed to building a world free of cardiovascular diseases and strokes by funding heart 45 and stroke research and education; services include general public and professional education programs, referrals, free health care information, speakers and volunteer opportunities. American Red Cross – 244 W. South St., (330) 264-9383, www.redcross.org/local/northeast-ohio/about/locations/ lake-erie-heartland; Lara Kiefer, Executive Director; hours: weekdays, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.; on-call 24/7; provides relief to disaster victims; helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies; offers water-safety, First-Aid and CPR courses, assists military personnel and coordinates blood services. Arthritis Foundation – Great Lakes Region - NE Ohio, Arbor Court, 30775 Bainbridge Road, Suite 210, Solon OH 44139; (216) 831-7000, (800) 272-3900, www.arthritis.org; Darby Schwartz, executive director, (216) 285-2826; office hours: weekdays, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. The mission is to support research to find the cure for and prevention of arthritis and to improve the quality of life for those affected by arthritis. Offers arthritis education, exercise classes and programs that teach skills for taking control of arthritis. Aultman Orrville Hospital Care Management Department –Aultman Orrville Hospital, 832 S. Main St., 330-684-4725; provides information, referrals, discharge planning and support for patients and their families; helps with the transfer

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of patients to nursing homes; also helps arrange homenursing visits, Meals on Wheels, hospice care, transfers to other hospitals and other services. The Care Management Department also completes living wills and advance directives for our patients, their families and the community.

services to children and their families. Central American Medical Outreach – 322 Westwood Avenue, Orrville, 44667, 330-683-5956, www.camo.org. Kathy Tschiegg, executive director/founder. Office hours: weekdays 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CAMO is a non-profit humanitarian aid organization that improves the quality of life of people in Central America by strengthening health care systems and promoting sustainable community development. Every year, CAMO sends $2 million worth of medical supplies and provides more than 150,000 medical services to Hondurans. CAMO sends teams of American health care providers twice a year. CAMO partners with Honduran health care providers to provide training to ensure continuing, year Åeround care for the Honduran population.

Aultman Orrville Hospital Transportation Services – Aultman Orrville partners with Holmes Transportation to provide transportation for patients and their families from their homes within a 25 mile radius to the Aultman Orrville Hospital campus. Handicap accessible vehicles are available upon request. Care seats are the responsibility of the parent/ guardian. Children age 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult to use the transportation service. No fee associated. 855-487-7433; Monday-Friday, 6 a.m.-5 p.m., not available on holidays. Dispatch hours: Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Wayne County Children Services – 2534 Burbank Rd., Requests should be made 24 hours in advance. (330) 345-5340, www.waynecsb.org; Deanna Nichols-Stika, Caring Therapy Canines – Brenda Z., (330) 345-3569; Executive Director; hours: weekdays, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; on www.caringtherapycanines.com, info@caringtherapycanines.com; call 24/7; “Children Grow Best In Families”; protects children provides pet therapy for nursing homes, hospitals; promotes at risk of abuse or neglect and strengthens, preserves and responsible pet ownership and gives bite-prevention empowers families; identifies and coordinates community programs; all dogs are registered therapy dogs; fun functions services; works in collaboration with others to provide include Kids’ Day, health fairs; covers Ashland, Holmes, these children with safe, nurturing and permanent families, Medina, Richland, Stark and Wayne counties. whether their own or another. Community Action Wayne/Medina – 905 Pittsburgh Avenue, Wooster (330) 264-8677 or (800) 477-8677;www.cawm.org; hours: weekdays, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; We build bridges of hope and self-sufficiency by connecting people to resources where H U M A N S S E RV I C E S continues on p. 46

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Counseling Center of Wayne & Holmes Counties, Orrville Branch – 859 S. Main St., (330) 683-5106, www.ccwhc.org; Karen Berry, CEO; hours: Monday 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m., Wednesday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m; Thursday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Main office in Wooster, additional branches in Rittman and Millersburg; enhances the mental health of individuals, families and groups through a comprehensive range of prevention, rehabilitation and treatment services.

basic needs are met and education becomes a lifelong journey. helps individuals, families and communities thrive by providing human and economic development opportunities through programming, advocacy and community planning Offers programming in child and family development, economic assistance, and housing; operates Preschool Head Start, Early Head Start and HEAP (Home Energy Assistance Every Woman’s House (see OneEighty Domestic Violence Program), among others. and Sexual Assault Services) Community Legal Aid – 201 E. Liberty St., Wooster (330) 264-9454, hours: Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; new clients Friendship Meals – Located at Christ United Church of call: (866) 584- 2350, free civil legal assistance for eligible Christ, 301 N. Main St., Orrville; friendshipmealsinc@gmail. com, facebook.com/friendshipmealsoforrville; hours: every low-income and elderly residents of Wayne County. Thursday, 5:30-6:30 p.m.; provides free meals to persons of all Community Services for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing – ages, races and income levels; individual or group volunteers (330) 262-4235, ext. 248, www.greanleafctr.org, pjoanna@ are always welcome. greenleafctr.org; Joanna Paxos, Director; appointments are by appointment only: Phone calls are answered by the Akron Goodwill Industries of Wayne and Holmes Counties – regional office); Sign Language Interpreting Services are Orrville Thrift Shoppe, 1201 N. Main St.., 330-684-2050; available 24/7; CSD provides interpreting, case management hours: Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m.and educational programs for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. 6 p.m.; corporate office, 524 Palmer St., 330-264-1300, If you wold like information on how to serve this population, education and training facility, 1034 Nold Ave., Wooster; Judy Delaney, president; office hours: weekdays, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; please call for a free in-service. www.woostergoodwill.org; stores located in Wooster, Orrville,

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the Wadsworth-Rittman area, or in the inpatient unit located at 1900 Akron Road. Mennonite Disaster Service – 1775 Blackberry Lane., Orrville, 330-749-5345, jmurr238@hotmail.com; Ron Murray, local coordinator; volunteers assist in clean-up, repair and construction following natural disasters throughout North America; we are active members of the State and National VOAD (volunteer organization active in disasters) which includes many other volunteer groups that work with disasters; membership is interdenominational.

Habitat for Humanity of Wayne County – 6096 E. Lincoln Way, Wooster, (330) 263-1713, www.waynehabitat.org; Beth Weaver, Executive Director; hours: Monday - Sat. 9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.; ecumenical Christian housing ministry dedicated to building or renovating decent, affordable houses for and with low-income Wayne County families who purchase the Ohio State University Extension, Wayne County – 428 W. homes at cost through no-interest mortgages. Liberty St., Wooster (330) 264-8722, http://wayne.osu.edu; Habitat for Humanity Restore – 6096 E. Lincoln Way, hours: weekdays, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; provides educational Wooster, 330-264-4999, restore@waynehabitat.org; open research-based information to help residents to solve Mon-Sat, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; Habitat accepts donations of new and problems relating to the agriculture industry, family living, used building material, furniture, and appliances and sells youth and community needs. them to the general public at prices 50-75 percent off of the Outreach Community Living Services, Inc. – 337 W. North original retail value. St.; (330) 263-0862; Mary Lloyd, director; office hours: Help Me Grow – 144 N. Market St., Wooster, (330) 988- 1300, www.waynefcfc.org; Suzie Huse, Program Director; provides free, voluntary, comprehensive prenatal-to-three-years services to eligible families in Wayne County. Includes home visits, information on child development; parenting tips and support; information and referral for needed area services and programs; early identification of developmental delays and coordination and referrals for needed services; transition to preschool-age programs. A project of the Wayne County Family and Children First Council, Tri-County ESC and Catholic Charities of Wayne County. Humane Society of Wayne County – 1161 Mechanicsburg Rd., (330) 262-0152; www.uwwh.org/211-get-help; hours: Tue,Wed,Fri 12 p.m.- 5 p.m.; Thurs 2 p.m.-7 p.m.; Sat, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.; closed Sun & Mon; promotes the adoption of homeless animals; takes in owner surrendered animals as space is available; takes in injured/sick animals and all of Wooster City stray cats. Provides services to pet owners; speakers available to classes/groups. Educational seminars such as TNR “trap/neuter/return”, bottle feeding baby kittens, CPR for animals. 501(c)3 non profit organization that is always in need of volunteers.

weekdays, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.; works with developmentally disabled adults, group homes, and adult living in community.

OneEighty Addiction Services (formerly STEPS at Liberty Center) – 104 Spink St., Wooster (330) 264-8498, www.oneeighty.org ; Bobbi Douglas, Executive Director; office hours: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday, 8 a.m.-9 p.m.; Wednesday/ Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; provides support and treatment services for persons with alcohol, chemical dependency/substance abuse and addictions; assessments, referrals, out-patient counseling, group therapy, 24-hour residential services (see below), after-care services including recovery housing, medication assisted treatment, prevention services including Alcohol Education Program (DUI program), Drug-Free Safety Training, early intervention program for youth and parents and other education and prevention services. Call for more information. OneEighty Residential Treatment Centers:

• Beacon House Residential Treatment Center for Women - 732 Spink St., Wooster; (330)264-8498, www.one-eighty.org; Bobbi Douglas, Executive Director; hours: 24/7; residential treatment center for women recovering from chemical dependency; provides case management, counseling and 2-1-1 – A program of United Way of Wayne and Holmes group therapy. Counties, Inc. and housed in United Way’s building, 215 S. Walnut St., call 2-1-1 (24-hour information referral, 365 days • Pathway House Residential Treatment Center for Men a year) by internet, www.211wayneholmes.org; or by walk-in; 245 Beall Ave., Wooster; (330)264-8498, www.one-eighty.org; office hours: weekdays, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; the only comprehensive Bobbi Douglas, Executive Director; hours: 24/7; residential information and referral service serving Wayne and Holmes treatment center for men recovering from chemical Counties. Connects people with the appropriate health or dependency; provides case management, counseling and group therapy. human service resource to meet their needs. LifeCare Hospice – 1900 Akron Road, (330) 264-4899 or (800) OneEighty Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services 884-6547, www.lifecarehospice.org; Kurt Holmes, Executive (formerly Every Woman’s House) – 104 Spink St., 1st Floor, Director; office hours: weekday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.; providing Wooster 330-264-8498, fax (330) 262-3777; quality end-of-life care, compassionate, patient-centered www.one-eighty.org; Bobbi Douglas, Executive Director; Office non-profit hospice and palliative care, caregiver support and hours: Monday/Tuesday/ Thursday, 8 a.m.-9 p.m.; Wednesday/ bereavement services to all experiencing the impact of serious Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Provides 24-hour emergency shelter for illness and loss; palliative care is a consultative service to assist victims of domestic violence or sexual assault; counseling for doctors to care for their patients; hospice and palliative care victims (individual, family and children), victim advocacy are provided in the patient’s home, nursing facility, assisted- for legal and healthcare services, supportive services to teach living facility, hospitals in Wayne and Holmes counties and

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12:00 a.m. and 1 - 6:00 p.m.; Wednesday - Friday 9 - 12:00 a.m. and 1 - 4:30 p.m. Please be signed in a half hour before closing to be assisted; operates food pantry, provides clothing, bedding and kitchen items; also offers financial aid for housing, utilities, prescription costs and other emergencies; coordinates Thanksgiving dinner baskets, Christmas toy giveaways and annual back-to-school clothing/school supplies program. Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio – 334 E. Milltown Rd., 330-345-7798; www.plannedparenthood.org; office hours: Monday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Wednesday, 9 a.m.- 6 p.m. and first Saturday of the month, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Planned Parenthood provides affordable, high quality, respectful reproductive health care including annual well woman examinations, birth control and pregnancy testing; STD and HIV testing for men and women, breast and cervical cancer testing; and midlife services for women.

Growing Healthy Habits Coalition – A catalyst for improving decisions about fitness, nutrition, and lifestyle made by individuals, groups and institutions within the Greater Orrville Community. Annually coordinates LoseA-Ton, Win-A-Ton, Orrville Walks and a 5K run.  Contact: Pregnancy Care Center — 142 W. Liberty St., #3A 3rd Floor Loretta Raff, RNBSN, Director of Population Health, Aultman (next to Spoon Market) in downtown Wooster. 330-264Orrville Hospital, 330-684-4789. 5880. Our phone line is answered 24 hours a day. We offer People To People Ministries — 454 E. Bowman St., Wooster free pregnancy testing as well as free ultrasounds. We also 330-262-1662; Ruth Fishter, Director of Client Services; our offer friendship and support along with parenting classes, hours: Monday 9 - 11:30 a.m. and 1 - 4:30 p.m. Tuesday 9 - Men of Honor program, information on abortion alternatives and post-abortion support groups, abstinence education for schools, and adoption support. We also offer material assistance in the form of diapers, baby clothing, etc. Our hours are 9 am - 4 pm Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri. Executive Director- Karen Noe; pccwayneoh.org STEPS at Liberty Center - See OneEighty Addiction Services. Turning Point Coalition - c/o 104 Spink St., Wooster, 330264-8498; Nona Stalnaker, Sr. Coalition Specialist; Susan Tucker, chairperson; volunteer organization serving the community of Dalton Local, Green Local and Orrville City School Districts; helping to create a community environment that will keep youth alcohol, tobacco and drug free. Viola Startzman Clinic - 1874 Cleveland Road, Wooster, (330) 262-2500, www.startzmanclinic.org; Jaime Parsons, Executive Director; call for hours; offers free or low cost medical and dental care, laboratory testing, medication assistance, case management, insurance enrollment assistance and referrals to specialty care for low-income residents of Wayne County.

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W. Liberty St., 330-262-2070, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. After hours call 330-287-5700; Jill Buchholz Cheek, Program Director; mission is to reduce the trauma of crime by providing information, support and advocacy to victims and their Wayne County Community Foundation - 517 N. Market families; ensures sensitive treatment for victims and witnesses Street, Wooster, 330-262-3877, fax 330-262-8057; wccf@ throughout the criminal justice process. sssnet.com, www.waynecountycommunityfoundation.org; Wayne United Chaplain Ministries - Justice Center, 201 Sara Patton, Executive Director; a tax-exempt community W. North St., 330-345-6406 Jail Chaplain; a staff of part-time foundation established in 1978 and funded by donations chaplains minister daily with persons at the Justice Center from individuals, families and businesses; these monetary and Aultman- Orrville Hospital who desire spiritual support. gifts are used for scholarships, community projects and Wooster Hope Center – Mailing Address-PO Box charitable purposes throughout Wayne County; a 18 1204., Wooster; 807 Spruce St., 330-683-2242, www. -member board, composed of individuals throughout Wayne woosterhopecenter.org The Hope Center is a local grassroots County, voluntarily shares its expertise in financial, legal and organization that serves over 10,000 different families in community affairs. Wayne County with over 1,000 different volunteers every Wayne County Department of Job & Family Services - 356 year! The Hope Center is 100% volunteer operated and was W. North St., PO Box 76, Wooster; 330-287-5800; Richard established to provides groceries, meals, clothing, hygiene Owens, Director; for assistance with income maintenance; products, diapers, and haircuts in an effort to show love to food stamps; prevention, retention and contingency program; our neighbors in Wayne County that may be in need of some employment services; child day care; transportation; Ohio assistance. We also provide bags of food to students in 10 health plans & adult protective services. different elementary schools to take home on the weekends Wayne County Veterans Service Commission - 356 W. every week of the school year. The Hope Center is supported North St., (lower level), Wooster, 330-345-6638, mail@ financially from every day people and local businesses and waynecountyveterans.org, www.waynecountyveterans.org; churches that live within our county! Together, we are the hours: weekdays, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Nelson H. Weirick, means to make a difference! director; assists veterans of Wayne County and their If your organization is not listed in this guide, please call 330dependents. 264-1125, Ext. 2232 to be included next year so that we offer Wayne County Victim/Witness Assistance Program - 115 the most complete community guide possible. Thank you.

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H E A LT H C A R E & R E T I R E M E N T FA C I L I T I E S Brenn-Field Nursing Center

Orrville Pointe

1980 Lynn Dr., 330-683-4075, jdoyle@brenn-field.com, Orrville Pointe is a 47-bed skilled nursing and long term www.brenn-field.com; Jackie Doyle, LNHA administrator. care facility. Orrville Pointe specializes in short term rehabilitation, with a focus on maximum functional gain for long-term sustainability in the home. For our long Glendora Health Care Center 1552 N. Honeytown Rd., Wooster, 330-264-0912, term residents, we focus on personalization of space and www.glendoracarecenter.com; 56- bed, Medicaid- and truly creating an environment that you will want to call Medicare-certified facility providing respite care, home. With all private rooms, the facility is comfortable intermediate, skilled, subacute and Hospice care. Judy in size, with ease of access to dining and activities. The interdisciplinary care team at Orrville Pointe strives Dennis, administrator. to make your goal their goal, whether that is returning home, outpatient therapy or creating a new home at OrrVilla Retirement Community 333 E. Sassafras St., 330- 683-4455, www.orrvilla.org, Orrville Pointe. Located at 230 S. Crown Hill Road, orrvilla@orrvilla.org; Mike Leiter, executive director; Orrville, OH 44667. Phone 330.682.2273 Lauren Fiser 50 subsidized apartments with community center, 43 LNHA, Administrator congregate apartments with assisted-living services, 35 duplexes for independent living with equity return. Shady Lawn Health Care Community 15028 Lincoln Way E., Dalton, 330-828-2278, www. Retirement center for the elderly and handicapped. shadylawnhealthcare. com; Joe Lombardo; administrator; 138 beds skilled and intermediate nursing; 60 assistedliving; speech, physical and occupational therapies; restorative nursing. The Area’s

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SENIOR CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

low sodium and diabetic meals, and liquid supplements with physician’s referral; 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Mon.-Fri. Orrville Jelly City Seniors More Information: Meals On Wheels of Stark & Wayne President – Pat Carpenter, 330-855-3491 Counties is a community service providing meals in a Meetings – Breakfast, the First Tuesday, 9 a.m.; Euchre social or home setting, to assist individuals in remaining games, Noon, every Tuesday at the Orrville YMCA; healthy, active, and independent of extended care monthly meetings, third Monday at various churches facilities. and local service organizations; various trips the second Wednesday of each month. More Information – Social group for area residents 55 Medicare Contact Information – 800-633-4227 (800 MEDICARE) years of age and older. with both English- and Spanish-speaking customer Dues – $3 per year. service; TTY or TDD, 877-486-2048. Hours – 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. SENIOR SERVICES More Information – General information about Medicare; Direction Home Akron Canton updated information about health-plan options in your community; general information about Medicare Area Agency on Aging supplemental insurance (Medigap); phone numbers for Contact Information – 800-421-7277, 1550 Corporate Woods Pkwy. #100, Uniontown, OH 44685, assistance with billing questions about Medicare claims or for help with more complex questions about health info@services4aging.org, insurance; upon request, copies of the “Medicare and www.directionhomeakroncanton.org. You” handbook or an audiotape of the handbook in Hours – Weekdays, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. More Information – Direction Home Akron Canton Area English or Spanish are available. Agency on Aging & Disabilities (Direction Home Akron Canton) provides older adults, people with disabilities Social Security Administration and their caregivers long term care choices and consumer Contact Information – 2345 Gateway Dr Suite B., (877) protection so they can achieve the highest quality of life. 319-0729, www.ssa.gov For more than 40 years, thousands of people throughout Hours – Weekdays, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Wednesday, 9 a.m.-12 Portage, Stark, Summit and Wayne Counties have counted p.m. on Direction Home Akron Canton for their long-term More Information – Accepts and processes claims for care needs. the retirement, disability, supplemental security income and Medicare program; applications for Social Security Golden Buckeye Card numbers and My Social Security account registration. Contact Information – 800-422-1976, www.goldenbuckeye. com. Wayne County Dept. of Job & Family Services Applications Available at – The Orrville Public Library Contact Information – 356 W. North St, Wooster; More Information – The Golden Buckeye program 330-287-5800 offers older Ohioans (60-plus) and adults (18-59) with Director – Richard Owens disabilities special offers at more than 20,000 businesses More Information – To help improve and enrich the statewide, as well as prescription discounts at participating lives of those we touch by providing financial, social and pharmacies. Ask anywhere you spend money if they educational services; to empower, encourage and assist accept the card. Visit goldenbuckeye.com for a business in every opportunity for self-sufficiency, respect and finder and to learn about other resources to help you live independence. “Well Beyond 60!”

Meals on Wheels of Stark & Wayne Counties

Contact Information – 330-832-7220, info@MOWStarkWayne.org, www.MOW-StarkWayne.org. Site Locations – Dalton Presbyterian Church, 163 W Main St, Dalton 44618; Rittman Manor Apartments 155 E. Sunset, Rittman 44720; Shreve Villas 208 E. South St., Shreve 44676 ;Wooster Community Center, 241 S. Bever St., Wooster Congregate Meal Location – Wooster Community Center, 241 S. Bever St., Wooster Services: Home delivered meals provided weekdays to people of ANY age who are unable to make or access their own meals due to age, disability, or illness. Meals can be provided on a short or long term basis or as respite for a caregiver. Daily meals include hot lunches, sack suppers,

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Orrville YMCA

Contact Information – 1801 Smucker Rd., 330-683-2153; info@orrvilledalton-ymca.org, www.orrvilledalton-ymca. org. More Information – Activities include open gym, open swim, senior arthritis & splash classes, family resource activities, indoor walking/walk 100 club, forever young program and super seniors exercise class. Medicaid eligible customers in Wayne County should call Wayne County Job & Family Services at 330-287-5800.

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PA R K S • Sand volleyball • Many other amenities

• Swimming • Fishing • Picnic area

Gailey Park

Location – Off Wayne St., between Oak and Paradise Streets. Amenities – Four-acre park; playground equipment; a pavilion shelter, seating 30-40 people, may be rented at $30/ day for residents and $45/day for non-residents

Orr Park Located 1/4 mile off Route 94

• Rv And Tent Camping • Water And Electricity • Family-Friendly Environment Our Recreation Hall and Shelters are great for all types of events and are available from 10am-9pm. Rental also includes use of all park amenities for guests.

Shelter Rentals start at $60 and seat approx. 75-125 guests. Recreation Hall is $115 and seats approx.125 guests. Option of Air Conditioning additional in Hall.

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Location – 400 N. Elm St., bounded by Elm, High and Ella Streets. Restrictions – NO bikes, skateboards, roller blades; NO pets and NO alcohol Amenities – 40-acre park, baseball diamonds, softball diamond, playgrounds, tennis courts, horseshoe pits, basketball courts, pool, gazebo, picnic shelters, picnic tables; the single picnic pavilion can seat approximately 30 people and is rented for $20/day for residents and $30/day for nonresidents; the double picnic pavilions seat approximately 7580 people and rent for $40/day for residents and $60/day for non-residents. Call 330-684-5000 for reservations.

Orr Pool

Contact Information – Pool office, 330-684-5070, or www. orrville.com/DEPT/POOL.HTM Hours – Opens June 3, 2017” instead of Opens May 28, 2016 to August 21, 2016; adult swim hours are Noon-1 p.m. every day and 5-6 p.m. on weekdays, while public swims are 1-5 p.m. and 6-7:45 p.m. weekdays, Saturdays 1-6:45 p.m. and Sunday until 5:45 p.m. (with 15-minute safety breaks). Swim Lessons – Available in different ability levels; $40/ twoweek session Staff – Todd Bowers, park manager; staffed by certified

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lifeguards Orr Park Walking Trail & Wetlands Complex Fees – $4/day for adults and $3/day for children; season passes Location – N. Ella St. $80 for city-resident families, $120 for non-resident families, Amenities – 28-acre park purchased by the city for $40 for resident singles and $60 for non-resident singles. recreational use; bridge; several walking loops; pond, both Rehm Performing Arts Pavilion – can seat a 125-piece aesthetically pleasing and an educational tool for local high orchestra; hosts a full band schedule each summer on Thursday school students; hill used for sled riding. evenings (see Events/Attractions listing for schedule); can Bever Street Park be rented for weddings and other special events for $60 for Location – End of Bever and Sassafras Streets residents and $90 for non-residents. Contact City Hall for Amenities – Contains playground equipment; future more information at 330-684-5000. development plans include a pavilion, ball and soccer fields

Schmid Hall – This hall has a capacity of 160 people; can and a walking trail. be rented year-round by residents for $80 and non-residents for $120; has a complete kitchen and two rest rooms. This Other Parks is a non-smoking facility. Alcohol is not permitted on the Smaller city parks are located near North Mill St. and near W. property. For more information, visit www.orrville.com or call Church St. 330-684-5000. COMING SOON! Heller Hall – Has a capacity of 100 people; can be rented from Heartland Trail - 9 mile trail connecting Orrville to Clinton Memorial Day to Labor Day to Orrville residents for $50 and is currently under development by Rails to Trails of Wayne by non-residents for $75; has a kitchenette, one rest room, County. For more information visit waynecountytrails.org and picnic tables. This is a non-smoking facility. Rental Information – Picnic pavilions and halls are available for rent on a first-come/first-served basis by calling City Hall at 330-684-5000. For additional information, visit the parks’ website at www.orrville.com Annual Event – Scene of Fourth of July celebration; week’s festivities begin with a parade, and conclude with one of the largest fireworks displays in the area on Saturday night; rides for children, a ball tournament, food and live music for all to enjoy.

The Orrville Dog Park

The Orrville Dog Park opened in November 2011. The dog park is located on Ella Street. Parking is available in the Ella Street city parking lot. This project was funded through a grant from the Ohio NatureWorks program. A few things to remember: There are two separate fenced areas; one for dogs over 30 pounds, and one for dogs under 30 pounds. Dog owners are responsible for picking up after your dog and properly disposing of trash and waste. Doggie waste stations are located in the fenced entrance way. The dog park is open from dawn to dusk daily.

OR RV I L L E A R E A B OYS & G I R L S C LU B At the end of the 2017 school year, the club’s activities shift to the Orrville Christian Church for the summer months while construction work moves forward at the 820 N. Ella St. location. By the end of summer 2017, it is anticipated that the north end of the club at N. Ella St. will be completed, allowing activities to resume there. Contact Information - 820 N. Ella St., 330-683-4888, www.oabgc.org Executive Director - Kevin Platz Membership Availability - Kindergarten - Grade 12 Membership Total - 1,014 Hours - Summer: Kidstop, weekdays, 6:45am - 6pm; General members, weekdays 11am - 6pm; School year: Kidstop, weekdays 2:40pm - 7pm Clubs - Torch Club (grades 5-8) and Keystone (grades 9-12) Fitness and Recreation, Health and Life Skills, Character and Leadership Development and the Arts. Fundraisers - Annual KIDS! Auction

OR RV I L L E YMC A Orrville Facility Contact Information – 1801 Smucker Rd., 330-683-2153, info@orrvilledalton-ymca.org, www.orrvilledalton-ymca.org. Director – Dean Gogolewski Programs – Activities for participants of all ages! Gymnastics, group and private swim lessons, swim team, ballet, youth team sports, childcare, summer day camp, water and land exercise classes, weightroom, senior activities, martial arts, and open swim. Culture & Recreation

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Christian and Missionary Alliance

Calvary Assembly of God - 2061 Wadsworth Rd., Orrville; Christian and Missionary Alliance Church - 300 S. Walnut 330-682-9331, www.lifechurchorrville.org; Chuck Davis, St., 330-682-7666, www.orrvillecma.org; Rev. Paul Simonsen. pastor.

Church of Christ

Baptist

First Baptist Church - 12720 Burton City Rd., Orrville; PO Box 371, 330-682-8631, Pastor’s Cell: 330-801-0147; Secretary’s Email: fbc@fbcorrville.org, Pastor’s Email: revpoole@embarqmail.com; Rev. Nathan Poole, pastor; YouTube Channel: FBX Orrville Media. Joy Baptist - 11095 Old Lincoln Way East, Orrville; 330775-3496; www.joybaptistchurchofwaynecounty.com; Doug Wilcox, pastor. Grace Baptist Church - 182 N. Carr Rd., 330-682-2569; Pastor Nick Tillman.

Baptist, Southern

Orrville Baptist Church - 204 Bell Ave., 330-682-1561; Bradley Dews, pastor.

Brethren

Orrville Church of Christ - 314 N. Main St., 330-682-3896, www.orrvillechurchofchrist.org; Stephen Healea, minister.

Lutheran

Augsburg Evangelical Lutheran Church — 140 W. Water St., 330-682-2581; www.augsburglutherchurch.yolasite.com; John Furno, interim pastor

Mennonite

Chestnut Ridge Mennonite Church - 14366 Church Rd., 330-682-3175, chestnutridgemc@juno.com, www. chestnutridgemc.org; Marvin Zuercher, pastor. Martins Mennonite Church - 14027 Church Rd., 330-6831226, www.martinsmennonite.com; Shawn Hilliard, pastor. Orrville Mennonite Church - 1305 W. Market St., 330-6825801, omc@orrvillemenno.net, www.orrvillemenno.net; Bill Seymour, pastor. Salem Mennonite Church - 330-682-8377, 7012 Back Orrville Rd., Wooster; www.salem-mennonite-church.org, Haroldo Nunes, pastor.

East Chippewa Church of the Brethren - 7207 Chippewa Rd., 330-669-3262, eccbpastor@gmail.com, www. eastchippewachurchofthebrethren.org; Rev. Bradley Kelley, pastor. Orrville Grace Brethren Church - 2200 Paradise Rd., 330Nazarene 683-3526, orvillegrace@gmail.com, www.orrvillegrace.com; Harvest Hills Nazarene Church - 1235 Back Massillon Rd., Ike Graham, pastor; Dell Miller, pastor; Joshua Steiner,pastor. 330-683-3391, www.harvesthillsnazarene.org; Scott Maglott, Catholic pastor St. Agnes Catholic Church - 541 Spring St.; office & parish, Non-Denominational 330-682-3606; Father Ronald Turek, administrator. Christian Harbor Church - 598 Wadsworth Rd., Christian 330-684-1800, www.churchomania.com; Pastors John Boggs New Hope Christian Center - 236 N. Walnut St., 330-683- and Chris Hunt. 1396, newhope@newhopeorrville.org, www.newhopeorrville. Pentecostal org; Newton & Sarah Brenneman, pastor. True Church House of Prayer to All Nations - 737 Buckeye Orrville Christian Church - 925 N. Elm St., 330-682-3686 St., 330-683-0497, www.truechurchministrymi.com; Bishop www.orrvillechristian.org; John Mulpas, pastor; Jordan Benter, Thomas J. Askin. worship minister.

Presbyterian

First Presbyterian Church - 1830 W. Market St., 330-6826601;Rev. Kenneth Walther, pastor

United Church Of Christ

Christ United Church of Christ - 301 N. Main St., 330-6830715, www.christucc.com; Randall Gehres, pastor.

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Contact Information –230 N. Main St., 330-683-1065, www.orrville.lib.oh.us Director – Daphne Silchuk-Ashcraft Hours – Monday/Tuesday/Thursday, 9 a.m.-8 p.m.; Wednesday/Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The Orrville Public Library has been an essential part of Orrville’s community for over 90 years. In 1925, the library opened with a collection of 600 books in a vacant room in the high school. The present building was dedicated in 1941 with additions in 1977 and 2000. Orrville Public Library is a community gathering place for all ages. Whether you are looking for a quiet place to read the newspaper, a computer to search for a job, a meeting space for your organization, a fun program to attend with your family, or a recommendation for a great book, the library has something for everyone. Orrville Public Library staff work hard to meet the needs of the community with friendly, accurate, and timely public service. We look forward to providing library services that will foster a culture of literacy that supports our local schools and creates opportunities for the entire community. Last year we enrolled 600 children and teens in our summer reading programs! The library also offers the following programs and services: • Story Times (ages 9 months-2nd grade) • Quiet study rooms and meeting spaces • Teacher resources – Books in a Box and Play & Learn Kits • Special library cards for teachers and students

• Homebound & Outreach Services • Downloadable eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, & streaming video • Free access to Hoopla digital media • Book Club • Hold that Book & DVD reservations • E-Media assistance • Wi-Fi Hotspots (mobile data) • 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten Program • Book-A- Librarian

Follow us on : Number of Registered Borrowers............................. 11,682 Number of Volumes Owned...................................... 67,500 Number of Ebooks available. ...................................373,194 Number of downloadable audiobooks..................370,649 Number of downloadable videos.............................. 18,737 Yearly Reference Questions........................................ 31,304 Attendance per typical week........................................ 2,422 Total 2016 Programs offered........................................... 650 Total 2016 Program attendance. ............................... 18,042 Total Circulation. ........................................................507,516 * Last year we offered 443 Storytimes with 6,665 in attendance! * We circulated our mobile data devices over 1,500 times! Culture & Recreation

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– U N I T E D WA Y – Address: 140 E. Market St., Orrville, Ohio 44667 Phone: 330-683-8181 www.orrvilleareaunitedway.org Executive Director: Helen Meyers Associate Director: Vicki Prunty Spokespenguin: Percy, the LIVE UNITED Penguin Our mission is to improve lives by uniting people and resources. Below are a few examples of what we are doing together in the Orrville area.

We can do it! We can fight poverty and improve lives. Percy’s Weekend Backpack program provides food for the weekend for elementary school students whose families are experiencing food insecurity in Orrville and Dalton Local Schools. Recipients are selected by a counselor or teacher in their school. Sweet Dreams For Dolly Parton’s ImagiKids provides new nation Library sheets, blankets, provides a new, pillow cases, and age-appropriate book bath towels to each month to every children and youth enrolled child under from income-eligible families (175% of the the age of 5, poverty level) living in Orrville, Dalton, or regardless of income, Kidron. in our service area Michael J. Manges was a (Orrville, Dalton, tireless volunteer for our Marshallville, Kidron, United Way. When he was North Lawrence, Apple killed in an automobile Creek, and Sterling). accident in 1993, friends, The books also include family and co-workers sent tips for parents on how donations to United Way in to foster literacy skills. his memory. It is a fitting tribute that a VITA $500 scholarship in Mike’s name is (Volunteer awarded each year to a Wayne College Income Tax sophomore preparing for a career in social Assistance work. provides 2-1-1 is a free and free tax confidential service that preparation helps people, across for lower income North America, find the residents to make sure local resources they need, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. they receive all the refunds and credits due  Housing & Utilities  Human to them. Trafficking  Crisis & Emergency  Jobs & Support  Disaster Assistance  Reentry  Food  Veterans  Health 56

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The card above can be used anywhere in the USA  No enrollment fees  Everyone qualifies  All cards are active  Unlimited uses  Never expires  Works for pet medications  No activation or enrollment  No personal information needed  Works for all FDA approved prescription medications  Share your card or print one for your family, friends, co-workers and your community This program can help those with or without insurance save on prescription medications. Let us help you save even more by finding the lowest priced pharmacy for you! Orrville Area United Way will receive $1 per transaction, from RxCut®, when you use the card above. Happy Feet For Kids provides shoes, socks, and winter boots to children and youth from incomeeligible families (175% of the poverty level) living in Orrville, Dalton, or Kidron.


SE R PE N T I N I OF OR RV I L L E G I V E S C A R F O R 6 TH Y E A R

2017 is the sixth year Serpentini Chevy Buick of Orrville has given away a car within a raffle. Every year 100% of the profit from the raffle is donated to the Orrville High School boosters club to support the children in the community. Raffle tickets may be purchased for $10 a piece or 5 tickets for $40 at various locations including many Orrville high school functions, Serpentini and the Rib Fest. Anyone with a valid driver’s license may purchase a raffle ticket to win the car. This year the available car is a 2017 Sonic LT 4 door Auto, which includes 24 months of free maintenance (oil changes and Tire rotations), 6 months of Onstar, 3 Months of Satellite radio. The car will be raffled off in late January or early February during halftime of an Orrville High School Boy’s basketball game. The winner does not have to be present at the time of the drawing to win the Sonic. The car will be paraded around Orrville at different local and school events. For more information on supporting the Orrville High School boosters and entering the raffle contact Serpentini at 330-683-6050.

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Arts & Crafts Organizations

Orrville Railroad Heritage Society - 145 Depot St., P.O. Box 11, Orrville, OH 44667; 330-683-2426; ORHS holds monthly meetings on the first Tuesday of every month, 7 p.m., at the Orrville Union Depot. The meetings are open to anyone interested in learning about ORHS.

Tree City Quilter’s Guild - Meets the 2nd Monday (except September), 7 p.m., Parkview Christian Church, 1912 Burbank Rd., Sarah Bistline, 330-667-2257; Quilt Show: Sept. 30 & Oct.1 at Wooster Church of the Nazarene, $5 admission. Wayne County Arts & Crafts Guild - Meets at Buehler’s Community Room, 2nd Thursday (except July and August), Political Organizations 6 p.m.; Two craft shows per year (Nov. 3 & 4, 2017 and Mar. Democratic Party, Wayne County - Meets the first 16-17, 2018 at Greenbriar Party Center); Faye Blough, (330) Wednesday, 7 p.m., interested persons may check the website or call the party phone number to check meeting locations. 345-5962, blough@sss.net, contact. Betsy Sheets, chair, 330-264-VOTE, www.waynedemocrats. org. Fraternal Organizations Free Masons - Cedar Lodge #430 meets the second and fourth Republican Party, Wayne County - Executive committee Mondays at 7:30 p.m. 135 E. Water St., Contact the Lodge meets quarterly; events planned throughout the year; Doug Deeken, chairman - mrdeeken@outlook.com; P.O. Box 1788, Secretary Jerry Koontz at 330-828-8284 Knights of Columbus - Meets the first Wednesday, 7 p.m., Wooster, 330-264-9239, www.waynecountyrepublican. com. at the Parish Center, St. Agnes Catholic Church, corner of E. Oak & Lake streets; 330-682-2611.

Garden/Nature Clubs

Greater Mohican Audubon Society - Programs announced in the newspaper; field trips plus environmental education programs in Ashland, Holmes, Richland & Wayne counties; Tim Leslie, president, Leslie26_2000@yahoo.com, www. gmasohio.

Historical Societies

Historical Society, Orrville - Meets the third Tuesday, 6:30 p.m., at the Smith Orr Homestead; Shane Scarborough, president, 330-930-0113. Historical Society, Wayne County - Meets quarterly. Call for meeting location; Operates facilities at 546 E. Bowman St.,Wooster; 1-4 p.m. Friday and Saturday tours; Robert Everett, president, 330-264-8856, host@waynehistoricalohio. org, www.waynehistoricalohio.org. 58

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Orrville All Sports Booster Club - Any questions related to Booster Club business can be directed to 330-682- 2506 or visit www.goredriders.org and click on the Booster Club tab. OHS Sports Hall of Fame Committee - Meets quarterly at White’s Ford, although monthly during the year of an induction; since 1990, approximately 100 individuals have been inducted into the Hall of Fame; inductions take place during the fall of every odd-numbered year; Tim Snyder, president, 330-465-1126; Doug Davault, treasurer; Kent Smith executive secretary. For more information visit www.goriders.org and click on the Hall of Fame Tab. Orrville High School Alumni Association - Support Orrville City Schools, preserve historical records, and coordinate events through connections and communications with alumni and friends. orrvillehsalumni@gmail.com  Jason Ayers,  President; Andy Vernon, Vice President;  Barbara Bupp, Treasurer; Jenni Reusser, Secretary.

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Service Organizations

Aultman Orrville Hospital Auxiliary - Meets the second Thursday of every month from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM in the hospital Community Room. Contact: Community Relations 330-684-4703. Always looking for volunteers. Exchange Club of Orrville – meets for lunch every Thursday at Orrville YMCA, 1801 Smucker Road. Orrville Lions Club - Meets Mondays, 6:00 p.m.; AultmanOrrville Hospital Community Room; evening meetings once a quarter at various locations; Tom Longworth, contact at 330-465-6688, www.orrvillelionsclub.com NAACP, Wooster/Orrville Chapter — Meets the second Monday, 7 p.m., at OneEighty, 104 Spink St., Wooster; John Clay, president; Susan Sommers-Wagner, secretary; (330) 201-1189. Paws to Pet - A volunteer organization that has a focus on service to others through visitation to nursing homes, hospitals, schools, libraries and other facilities; all handlers and pets are certified through a national agency; contact Chris, 330-262-5103. Rotary Club of Orrville - Meets every Tuesday, 11:45 a.m., Aultman Orrville Hospital community room; for more information visit our website www.rotarydistrict6650.org/ Clubinfo/orrville Quota International of Wooster - Meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday, 11:30 a.m., at Memories Party & Conference Center, 2437 Back Orrville Rd.; Tammy Cruise, president, Brenda Cherry, Contact, 330-317-6483

Veterans Organizations

American Legion - Meets third Wednesday, 7 p.m., 237 E. Market St.; Crystal Given, commander, 330-682-6606. American Legion Auxiliary - Meets the second Tuesday, 7 p.m., American Legion Hall, 237 E. Market St.; Theresa Chewning, president, 330-682-6606. Disabled American Veterans Chapter 44 - Meets the 2nd Thursday of the month at The Lazy B Campground, 8375 Friendsville Rd Wooster; Contact information: www.facebook.com/dav44wayneoh, waynedav44@yahoo.com, 330 264 5200 VFW Post 3446 - Meets the second Monday, 7 p.m., at the post, 430 W. Market St.; Bob Hollwager, commander, 330682- 4971. Vietnam Veterans of America Barry Caruso Chapter #255 P.O. Box 324, Wooster, regular monthly meetings 1st Thursday of the month, 7 p.m., corner of Burbank Rd. and Oldman Rd. (concrete block building with tall antenna); Robert Ajtaji, president; 330-263-3019.

Fitness & Weight-Loss Organizations

Orrville Cycling Club - Club ride each Wednesday, 6 p.m., at Orrville Cycling & Fitness, 9658 W. High St., www. orrvillecycling.com, facebook.com/OrrvilleCyclingClub; weekly rides year-’round (outdoor/indoor); contact Roger Amstutz, 330-682-1911.

Youth Organizations

Buckeye Council of the Boy Scouts of America — 330-5804272, Ext. 134, Killbuck District Executive; promotes the

development of character, citizenship and fitness through cooperation with local churches, service clubs and businesses. In Orrville, Cub Scout Pack 830 meets at Trinity United Methodist Church (for boys in grades 1-5), and Boy Scout Troop 60 meets on Tuesday at Trinity United Methodist Church (for boys in grades 6-12). Visit us on the web at http:// www.buckeyecouncil.org/killbuck 4-H Clubs — 428 W. Liberty St., Wooster, 330-264-8722,; Doug Foxx, extension educator; 4-H for OSU extension, Wayne County; clubs are available for boys and girls ages 5 through 19 in various project areas; Members can also take advantage of various day and overnight camps, educational opportunies, and leadership groups. Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland — 800-621-7042, provides a place for every girl, ages 5-17, to grow strong in self esteem, leadership skills and planning for her future; girls may join in traditional troops, interest groups, in-school programs or as individuals; call for more information to join. Junior Achievement — 330-434-1875, www.akronarea.ja.org; JA is passionate people inspiring kids to learn the economics of life through free-enterprise education; during school hours, volunteers teach kids how business works. Orrville Area Boys & Girls Club — See related article in Parks & Recreation. page xx. Orrville YMCA - See related article in Parks & Recreation. page 53.

Miscellaneous

American Association of University Women (AAUW) - 330264-9700. http://wooster-oh.aauw.net. AAUW membership is open to men and women who have completed an undergraduate or associates degree from an accredited college or university. The overall focus of AAUW is to empower women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy and research. Locally, the organization works to provide scholarships for women returning to college whose post-secondary degree was interrupted, and supports Wooster Expanding Your Horizons STEM conference. AAUW Wooster Branch also partners with the College of Wooster to sponsor $tart $mart workshops in wage and salary negotiations for college women. Coin Club, Orrville - Meets the third Tuesday, 6:45 - 8:45 p.m., Orrville Public Library; each meeting includes a 50item auction; Wayne Liechty, president, 330-857-3681. Gnat Boxers Square Dance Club - Meets the 1st and 3rd Saturday, 8-10:30 p.m., Beginnner Dancers, Monday 7-9 p.m Sept. - April., Ida Sue School, 266 Oldman Rd.; Dick Mackey, (330) 264-2725 Nomads — Meet the first Thursday, 1 p.m., October-April (except January), in members’ homes; 330-683-0201. Orrville Public Library Friends (OPLF) — Meets at the Orrville Public Library; provides support for the library through various activities; Kary Shonk, president, 330-6824101. Wooster Camera Club - Meets the 1st Monday (except July and August or as otherwise posted), 6:30 p.m. Wesley Hall, Wooster United Methodist Church, 243 N. Market St.; Field trips as indicated; Bill Blanchard, contact, 330-345- 7999; www.woostercameraclub.org; open to all Wayne County film/ digital enthusiast. Culture & Recreation

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ANNUAL COMMUNITY EVENTS

The Orrville Lions Club Rib & Music Fest

program at cemetery to follow.

Home for the Holidays

Date/Time - Aug. 18 & 19, 2017; 5-11 p.m., 10 a.m.-11 p.m. Date/Time/Location - Thursday’s April 6 - August 24, 6:30 Contact Information — 330-465-6688, For up to date a.m.-8 p.m., check in at Heartland Point, 200 N. Main Street information visit www.orrvillelionsribfest.com Weekly walks around Orrville. Participants will be entered in Orrville Community Yard Sale Days a weekly raffle. Date/Time - Oct. 6 & Oct. 7 2017; 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (held annually Contact Information — Jen Epling, 330-682-8881 the first weekend in October) Contact Information - Orrville Chamber of Commerce, Annual Memorial Day Parade Date/Time/Location — May 30, 2017 - May 28, 2018; 330-682-8881, chamberoffice@orrvillechamber.com, www. 9:15 a.m.; Orrville Public Library to Crown Hill Cemetery, orrvillechamber.com

Orrville Walks

Date/Time/Location - Nov. 24, 2017; 5-8 p.m. (held annually Date/Location - July 5 - July 8 (during annual Independence the Friday after Thanksgiving), downtown Orrville. Contact Information - Orrville Area Chamber of Commerce, Day celebration); Orr Park. Contact Information - Orrville Firefighters Association, 330-682-8881. Attractions - Santa Claus arrives on a fire truck; lighting of the 330-684-5000, www.orrvillefireinthesky.com city Christmas tree; merchants’ open houses; refreshments; Fourth of July Festival strolling carolers; photos with Santa; activities for children. 2016 - Parade, July 4 at 4 pm; Carnival July 4 - July 8; Fireworks July 8; Fireworks July 3 at 10:15 p.m. LOCAL ATTRACTIONS Contact Information — Ron Ballentine, Orrville Firefighters Johnson Woods Association, 330-684-5000, www.orrville.com for 2016 dates. Location/Times - Fox Lake Rd., north of town, east off SR Sponsor - Orrville Firefighters Association 57; open 1/2 hour before sunrise until 1/2 hour after sunset. Attractions - 206-acre woods donated to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources as a State Nature Preserve, in memory of Andrew C. Johnson; contains old-growth trees (some of the oldest in Ohio), younger growth, swamp areas and wild flowers; boardwalk-style walking trails of one-mile and halfmile lengths; trails are beautiful in all seasons; wheelchair accessible; no pets or bikes allowed; parking available across the road.

Fire in the Sky - 14U ASA Softball Tournament

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Orrville Railroad Heritage Society

Location/Contact Information - 145 Depot St., Orrville, 330-683-2426. Officers - Anna Davidson, chairman of the board; Kevin Welsh, president; Jerry Beech, vice president; Joe Breindel, secretary; Kathy Green, treasurer; and Roger Scott, activities director.

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The J.M. Smucker Store & Café

Location/Hours - 333 Wadsworth Rd.; Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Contact Information - 330-684-1500, http://www.jmsmucker. com/smuckers-corporate/smuckers-store-orrville Attractions - Features selections from the company’s family of brands, a cafe and museum.

Orrville Performing Arts Summer Concert Series

Location/Dates - Rehm Performing Arts Pavilion, lower Orr Park 401 N. Elm St.; Thursdays, 7 p.m., mid June-mid Aug. (except during the annual July 4th Festival); in the event of inclement weather, the performance will be canceled. Cancellations will be posted on our facebook page www. facebook.com/CityofOrrville Contact Information - Jeanne Gault, City Hall, 330-6845001, jgault@orrville.com, www.orrville.com

D U N L A P F A M I LY P H Y S I C I A N S

HERE FOR YOU Dunlap Family Physicians specializes in adults, pediatrics, geriatrics, preventive medicine and minor surgery. Bringing you board-certified physicians who will care for you when you need it most, close to home.

Attractions - Free concerts open to the public. A variety of performers delight concert-goers each summer; June 9 Chardon Polka Band; June 23 - Soul Brothers; July 7 - Gaetano’s Underworld Blues Band; July 21 - SOBOS; August 6 - Special Request limited permanent seating is available; concert-goers are urged to bring lawn chairs or blankets; many also bring a picnic to enjoy during the concert; performances, free and open to the public, are entirely funded by donations, which can be sent to the Performing Arts Fund-City of Orrville, 207 N. Main St., Orrville 44667.

168th Wayne County Fair

Location/Dates - 199 Vanover St., PO Box 3, Wooster; Sep. 10-15, 2016 Contact Information - 330-262-8001, www.waynecountyfairohio.com. Attractions - Billed as “Ohio’s Foremost Agricultural Fair,” the annual Wayne County Fair once again proved its popularity with area residents. Perennial favorite events include the farm tractor pulls, concerts, demolition derby, horse and livestock shows, and produce and baking competitions. The Wayne County Junior Fair, held concurrently with the county fair, is thought to be the largest gathering of 4-H participants in the state. The 42-acre fairgrounds is used year-’round. Facilities may be rented for varying events such as sales and auctions. The fair is administered by the Wayne County Fair Board, an independent, non-profit organization comprising 21 directors.

Accepting new patients at all 3 locations: Orrville 830 S. Main St. 330-684-2015 Apple Creek 49 Maple St. 330-684-5470 Dalton 129 N. Wenger Road 330-684-5480

Board-certified physicians: Brett Buller, D.O. Robert Hutson, M.D. Steven Murray, M.D. Andrew Naumoff, M.D. Renee Schlabach, M.D. Kristin Smith, D.O. Family nurse practitioners: Lindsey Lorson, RN, NP-C Richard Tompkins, RN, FNP-BC Jessica Witmer, RN, FNP-BC

New hours: Monday – Thursday: 8 a.m.–6 p.m. (walk-ins welcome from 7–8 a.m. for established patients) Friday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m. WO-10550976

Meetings - The first Tuesday of each month, 7 p.m., at the depot; the public is always welcome. Purpose - Since 1978, the Orrville Railroad Heritage Society, a non-profit organization, has been committed to preserving Orrville’s rich railroad history, including maintaining the city’s historic downtown depot. Activities - National Train Day Celebration on the 2nd weekend in May; Railroad Days, an entertaining and historic extravaganza that includes a model train display; Thanksgiving Open House on the weekend following that holiday; “Operation Lifesaver,” a program run by private railroad companies to promote railroad grade-crossing safety.

Saturday: 8–11 a.m.

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By | PAUL LOCHER GateHouse Media Heavy machinery is in motion around the Orrville Area Boys & Girls Club, as a long-held dream of expanding the busy facility moved another step closer to reality this year. Kevin Platz, executive director of the club, said the addition — being done with the help of a $1.5 million capital campaign, which is now in its final stages — will add 12,000 square feet to the existing building, with some existing spaces undergoing renovation as well. The project will allow the facility to double the size of its popular kids café and triple the size of its kitchen. In addition, it will create a new front entryway, new office spaces, a large multipurpose room and four tutoring rooms, as well as cosmetically renovate the tech center. For community use, the building will also incorporate a branch of the Viola Startzman Free Clinic with two exam rooms. Platz said the incorporation of the clinic facility will keep the building in use throughout the day, which hadn’t been happening in the past. He noted that from 6:30 to 8:30 a.m., the club’s Kidstop is a hectic place. But when the kids head for school, the building is largely empty until late afternoon when the youngsters return. “We decided that if we’re going to do this, we’re going to do it right and make it a benefit for the whole community,” said Platz in talking about growing the building’s utilization. Currently at the Startzman clinic in Wooster, he said, 38 62

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percent of its constituents come from Orrville. Platz said if most of those patients would utilize the Orrville facility, it would instantly become a busy place. For security purposes, the clinic area will be locked off from the rest of the facility. In addition to regular care, the new clinic will offer regularly scheduled dental clinics and a Healthcheck program for kids. In addition, the expanded club will also operate a preschool facility for low-income families from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in conjunction with Orrville City Schools and the Heartland Education Committee. Platz, who noted the club worked closely with Orrville City Schools Superintendent Jon Ritchie to develop the preschool, said the school will have a single classroom its first year, and two classrooms in successive years. He said four newly created classrooms will be 1,300 square feet each and contain sinks and wall-size white boards. Platz said security will be a high priority in the expanded club, with the current front entryway locked off from the rest of the building. He said entrance to the main doors and locking interior doors will be obtained by swipe cards and 10 additional security cameras will be added to the 15 currently in place. He also emphasized that the building will have a lot of glass, enabling those in charge to see into all the rooms all the time. According to Platz, the larger community will be heavily involved in helping the club operate during the coming months while renovation is under way. At the end of the school year in 2017, the club’s activities shift to the Orrville Christian Church for the summer months

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while construction work moves forward. By the end of “I hope this will be space that the Orrville community can summer 2017, it is anticipated that the north end of the club be proud of. That’s the main goal,” Platz said. will be completed, allowing activities to resume there. Reporter Paul Locher can be reached at 330-682-2055, or at From the start of the new school year in August 2017 until plocher@the-daily-record.com Christmas break, the club will meet at Orrville Elementary ABOVE: A group of kids from the Orrville Area Boys & Girls Club spend School. time watching heavy equipment digging for the new addition to the club, Platz anticipates that the renovation/expansion project will which is scheduled to be finished by the end of 2017. be completed in time for the club to begin fully operating in LEFT: An architect’s rendering depicts the Orrville Area Boys & Girls the new facilities when students return from Christmas break Club after the new addition and other renovations are completed. All Submitted images at the start of 2018.

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Orrville Fire Dept. .................................................................................................................................... 330-684-5050 Orrville Police Dept. ................................................................................................................................. 330-684-5025 Wayne Co. Sheriff, business phone........................................................................................................... 330-287-5750 Ohio State Highway Patrol, Wooster.. ....................................................................................................... 330-264-0575 FBI, Cleveland office.. ................................................................................................................................ 216-522-1400 FBI, Mansfield............................................................................................................................................ 419-525-2200

HOTLINES

Child Abuse Hotline 24-Hour Toll Free.. ........................... 1-800-4-A-CHILD/1-800-OH-CHILD (1-800-422-4453) Domestic Violence 24-Hour Hotline................................................330-263-1020, 1-800-799-7233, 1-800-686-1122 Poison Control Center *............................................................................................................................ 800-222-1222 Suicide Hotline....................................................................................... 800-SUICIDE (800-784-2433), 800-273-8255

HEALTH CARE

Aultman Orrville Hospital.. ....................................................................................................................... 330-682-3010 Centers for Disease Control & Prevention...................................................................... 800-232-4636, 404-639-3311

GENERAL

Orrville City Hall....................................................................................................................................... 330-684-5000 Orrville Municipal Utilities....................................................................................................................... 330-684-5020 Orrville Post Office.................................................................................................................................... 330-682-7831 Orrville Public Library.............................................................................................................................. 330-683-1065 Wayne County Administration Building.................................................................................................. 330-287-5400 Wayne Co. Dept. of Job & Family Services............................................................................................... 330-287-5800 Call-Before-You-Dig (OUPS.......................................................................................................... 800-362-2764, 8-1-1 * By dialing this number from any location in the U.S., your call will be automatically directed to the nearest poisoncontrol center.

Every firework begins with a single spark, here’s to an exciting year ahead for our community focused on partnerships, bright ideas, continued growth and transformation.

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FIRST-CLASS CARE. CLOSE-TO-HOME CONVENIENCE. Orrville Endocrinology

Canton General Surgery Orrville

Orrville Endocrinology specializes in: • Diabetic management. • Insulin pump management and resistance. • Adrenal diseases.

Canton General Surgery Orrville specializes in general surgical procedures such as:

Osteoporosis. • Thyroid diseases. • Gestational diabetes. • Pituitary diseases.

Dr. Kalpana Raghunathan is now accepting new patients.

830 S. Main St., Suite 101 (Located in the Smucker’s Wing of Aultman Orrville Hospital) 330-684-1300

830 S. Main St., Suite 101 (Located in the Smucker’s Wing of Aultman Orrville Hospital) Orrville · 330-684-1300

Women’s Health Services

Women’s Health Services specializes in: •

Prenatal and postnatal care including labor management, cesarean sections and tub birth.

Gynecologic care including endometriosis, ovarian cysts, prolapse and uterine fibroids.

Surgical procedures including laparoscopy and hysterectomy..

Dr. Amelia Laing has dedicated more than 25 years to providing care to women in Wayne and surrounding counties. 832 S. Main St., Suites 7 & 8 (Located in the Aultman Orrville Hospital Specialty Referral Wing) Orrville · 330-684-4797

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Many commercial insurances accepted. aultmanmedicalgroup.com

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Breast cancer/cysts. Colonoscopy. Gallbladder disease. Hemorrhoids. Hernia repair (incisional, inguinal and umbilical). And many more.

Call the office today to schedule your appointment.


Now Located at 301 Collins Blvd. in Orrville mcelroypackaging.com • 330-262-0855 Customer service isn’t a department at McElroy Packaging. It’s interwoven into everything we do. We invite you to try our service first-hand. Don’t just take our word for it!

SERVICE You can rest assured that all your boxes are made and treated with quality and attention to detail. McElroy and Packaging has been in business since 1978 not only because we’re pretty good at making boxes, but because of the quality of work and positive experiences for our customers. We value quality because we value our customers.

QUALITY

Our staff will always make time to speak with you, no matter how busy. We believe our customers are important enough to be given the time of day. If you call us, we’ll answer.

COMMUNICATION Our staff isn’t here to just take your order - we care about how your day is going, how your business is doing and building our relationship with you.

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