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Once again the City of Stow will show our pride in community through a number of events, gatherings and of course, the annual Fourth of July Parade. Whether you have participated in these events for many years or are just new to our community, I know our shared pride in Stow unites all of us! I invite every family, neighbor, and community member to reflect on what makes Stow such an outstanding place to call home and share your pride in our city over the course of the 2017 Pride Festival. With a shared sense of purpose, unified spirit and common goals I have confidence we will all be excited to show our “Stow Pride” for years to come! Best wishes for a happy, safe and spirited Fourth of July!
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provided by the Stow Historical Society. The dedication ceremony will begin at 2 p.m. in front of the Stewart Schoolhouse with music performed by a select group from the Stow-Munroe Falls High School Band. Boy Scout Troop 273 will begin the ceremony with the Flag Presentation at 2:15 p.m. Anne E. Hanson will be the Mistress of Ceremony for the dedication with Pastor Jim Case providing the opening prayer. Several people will give brief presentations on the history of the Heritage Reserve Park and the OSH Project. Linda Trevorrow will be speaking about the Donor Recognition System, which will be followed by the Donor Garden ribbon cutting by John Pribonic and Steve Hailer. Stow Mayor Sara Kline will be dedicating the restored Stewart Schoolhouse, including the ribbon cutting by Houston Morgan and Ed Williams. Following the formal ribbon cutting opening the schoolhouse, Robert Flower, chairman of the Restoration Committee, will recognize all of his volunteers and Courtesy of the Stow Historical Societies committee members involved in The Stewart Schoolhouse, also known as the OSH Restoration. The band the Old Schoolhouse, will be dedicated in will play closing music and the festivities on July 2. Boy Scouts will retreat the flags
Almost four years after its historic move, the Old Schoolhouse will formally take its place with the other historical homes in Stow. The Stow Historical Society will be dedicating the “Stewart Schoolhouse” on July 2 at 2 p.m. in the Heritage Park Reserve area of Silver Springs Park off Young Road. The Society will also have all of the historical houses open for walk-in tours, beginning at noon through 4 p.m., except during the dedication ceremony. The Stow Parks and Recreation Department will have a few children’s activities during the event and an ice cream social will be
and place them inside the Schoolhouse for Stewart School closed. After the school was display. closed, it remained on the property of Fred The Stewart SchoolHanson until it was house and the historimoved about 800 feet cal houses will remain north to make room open for walking tours for the second tee of the until 4 p.m. Fox Den Golf Course in Previously located 1967. According to one at 5090 Young Road, news article, the abanthe Stewart’s Corners doned school building schoolhouse is one of was used at times as Stow’s original onea location for dances room schoolhouses, and revival meetings. Courtesy of the Stow Historical Societies built approximately It later served as a tool Both the exterior and the interior of 1800-1885. One of and storage shed for the Old Schoolhouse have undergone the eight one-room Fred Hanson, and was renovations in the last few years. The schoolhouses in Stow schoolhouse will be open for tours most recently home to Township at the end the Green Valley Unitduring the dedication on July 2. of the 19th century, ed Baptist Church. The this frame building rebuilding, situated on placed an earlier brick schoolhouse on its property owned by Metro Parks of Summit original site on the southwest corner of the County, was scheduled to be used as a parkCall and Young roads intersection. Last ing lot. Metro Parks offered the building to names of pupils who attended the school Stow Historical Society if the Society could in the early 1900s include Hanson, Stewart, raise enough money to move the building. Smith, Fleshman, Naftzger, Moser, Judson Thanks to the generous donations of and Moon. The Stewart School was in use money, time, and labor by the Stow commuthrough 1906. nity, Stewart School was moved to the HeriIn 1907 the Stow Township Centralized tage Reserve Park on Oct. 16, 2013. RenovaSchool was opened, allowing all Stow stu- tions have been ongoing. dents to attend the same building, and the
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The 2017 Stow Fourth of July parade grand marshal will be a position in the plural. This year’s parade theme is “Salute to Veterans” so the committee planning the parade decided to invite any Stow residents who have served in the military to take part as multiple grand marshals.
The annual parade is sponsored by the city of Stow Parks and Recreation Department and the Kiwanis Club of Stow-Munroe Falls. Stow Parks and Recreation Director Linda Nahrstedt said that originally, the parade committee reached out to the community to find the city’s oldest living veteran to serve as grand marshal. Nahrstedt estimated that 20 to 25 veterans or family members of veterans contacted the city and the plan changed.
Nahrstedt said by comparison, there were Earlier that morning, the annual Stow 132 participants last year. She said the Firecracker Run will begin at Holy Famsmaller number could bring a balance ily Church. Runners will go east to Target Plaza, then back to the between having a goodchurch. sized, but more manageable parade. The Firecracker Run
“We try to keep a limit on it just so the parade doesn’t go on forever and ever,” said Nahrstedt. “That is one of the comments that we get back frequently “Stow is home to so many veterans that it after the parade, that was just impossible to pick a single per[spectators] love it, but son who represents our community, to it is long.” celebrate and represent the sacrifices all veterans have made,” said Nahrstedt. “So The parade will leave we thought it was best to go with all who Stow-Kent shopping center and proceed west through the Kent served as this year’s grand marshal.” and Darrow roads intersection, ending Nahrstedt said there were 96 participants at Park Drive, just beyond Holy Family registered to take part in this year’s paSchool. rade. “It steps off from Stow-Kent at 10 a.m.,” “Being our theme is ‘Salute to Veterans,’ said Nahrstedt. we’re seeing a lot of veterans units,” she said. “And what I like about our parade The Stow Commission on Inclusion has and what we’re seeing this year is just a arranged parking for those with a handinice representation of our community. It cap placard at 3435 Kent Road, on the east is local business, it is the churches, it is the side of Williamson Road. There will be no organizations that pretty much speaks to entrance to the inside of the building and our community.” the parking slots will be clearly marked.
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With the spotlight on businesses and the community, the Stow-Munroe Falls Chamber of Commerce will host its 44th Pride Community Breakfast on June 28. The “full country breakfast” and ceremonies will take place from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at the Acker-Moore Memorial Post, 3733 Fishcreek Road in Stow. During the event, the Chamber and the Stow Sentry will announce the Business Person of the Year award. This will be the 39th year the newspaper and the Chamber have joined to honor a businessperson for his or her work and community involvement. Other awards to be announced are Volunteer of the Year and Friend of the Community. Last year’s winners were Carley Kruse of Teresa’s Pizza, Business Person of the Year; Kathy Romito, community relations manager at Western Reserve Hospital, Volunteer of the Year; and Dick and Marty Dennis, Friend of the Community. They will introduce this year’s award winners, which have traditionally been kept a surprise until that morning’s announcement. The Chamber will also acknowledge three high seniors chosen to receive $1,000 scholarships. The scholarships were made possible by the generous contributions of the Chamber’s President’s Club. A full listing of the President’s Club contributors is listed on the Cham-
ber website at SMFC.COM/ President’s Club. In 2017, one DECA student from Stow-Munroe Falls High School, was awarded a scholarship to attend a week-long business camp at Ohio University, July 16-22, on a scholarship offered through Ohio Business Week. Students attending the camp will practice tackling real business-world challenges while having a college experience with students from several states. The DECA Club at Stow-Munroe Falls High School contributed to funding the DECA student’s scholarship and camp fee, in addition to the President’s Club contributors, to fully fund the week-long adventure. Sponsors of this year’s event are: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Kathy Reid Realty - Kathy Reid, Realtor; Heather Knoll Nursing and Rehabilitation Center; Integrity Auto Care; Michelli Mechanical Inc.; Mulberry Gardens Retirement & Assisted Living; Rotary Club of Stow & Munroe Falls; Thomas C. Loepp, Law Offices, Co., LPA; TTR Shipping; Western Reserve Hospital; and Arbors at Stow. Additional parking is available in the Acme parking lot only. Attendees are asked not to park at the adjoining Hallrich Building. Reservations are required and the deadline is June 23. The cost for the breakfast is $10. Contact the Chamber office at 330-688-1579 or by emailing email@example.com.
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Under the baton of Music Director Darrell Lee Music, the Stow Symphony Orchestra will perform its annual Summer Holiday Concert on July 1 at 7:30 p.m.
This concert also will feature Guest Conductor Brad Prather, winner of the Stow Symphony’s Annual Guest Conductor Raffle.
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