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Maple Leaf

GEAUGA COUNTY

Geauga County’s Award-Winning Newspaper Inside YOUR mailbox every week

Maple Leaf

GEAUG Arts & Entertainment • Local Government News • High School Sports • Schools • Local Business • AObituaries • Classifieds & More COU NT Y

We are Karlovec Media Group, a team of award-winning news and sports journalists, graphic designers and layout/production professionals with offices in Cleveland, Chardon and Chesterland. Our publications include:

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• Geauga County Maple Leaf • Chesterland News • Middlefield Post • Kirtland Chronicle • Geauga NOW • Geauga Business Family Album • Geauga Amish Business Directory SANDY WARD/KMG

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We have built one of the largest total audiences of any media company serving Geauga County residents. We offer a ONE STOP SHOP for readers, young and old, and business owners, big and small, through our print, digital and social media platforms. On a weekly, monthly and yearly basis, our content reaches an audience of thousands and hundreds of thousands of readers and followers.

Print Readership: 10,000 Web Users: 11,350 Social Media Reach: 19,000

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CIRCULATION

■ Middlefield Post ■ Chesterland News ■ Kirtland Chronicle ■ Maple Leaf* ■ Geauga Now* *covers all of Geauga County

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These ad sizes are for our community newspapers only. Ad sizes for our other publications are listed on the respective rate cards.


Geauga County Maple Leaf Rates Per Column Inch Rates Open Rate: $11.50 6-12 Insertions: $11.00 13 or more insertions $10.50 Nonprofit/Government: $10.50 Add color for only $20 up to quarter-page size $25 quarter-page ads $50 half-page ads $75 full-page ads

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Chesterland News Rates Per Column Inch Rates Open Rate: $11.50 13 or more insertions $11.00 Nonprofit/Government: $10.50 Add color for only $20 up to quarter-page size $25 quarter-page ads $50 half-page ads $75 full-page ads

Add color for only $20 up to quarter-page size $25 quarter-page ads $50 half-page ads $75 full-page ads

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Per Column Inch Rates Open Rate: $11.50 6 or more insertions $11.00 Nonprofit/Government: $10.50 Add color for only $20 up to quarter-page size $25 quarter-page ads $50 half-page ads $75 full-page ads

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Middlefield Post Rates Per Column Inch Rates Open Rate: $11.50 13 or more insertions $11.00 Nonprofit/Government: $10.50

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Maple Leaf

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Front Page Advertising Top Banner $300, color included • 8.2-inches wide by 1-inch tall • Same proportional size as a website leaderboard Side Rail, Full $350, color included • 1.8-inches wide by 9.5-inch tall Side Rail, Top Half $200, color included • 1.8-inches wide by 4.5-inch tall Side Rail, Bottom Half $150, color included • 1.8-inches wide by 4.5-inch tall Bottom Banner $250, color included • 8.2-inches wide by 1.5-inch tall

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Available for Maple Leaf, Chesterland News, Middlefield Post and Kirtland Chronicle

Sticky Note, color included • Above the fold • Removable • 3-inches wide by 3-inch tall • Must order a minimum of 10,000 stickers • Prices start at 10¢ per sticker Faux Sticker $350 • 2.5-inches wide by 2.5-inch tall • Same approximate location as sticker on masthead • Printed directly on the newspaper

Available for Maple Leaf, Chesterland News, Middlefield Post and Kirtland Chronicle

Pre-printed flyers offer the advantage of a sheet of paper dedicated to your advertising campaign. The message literally falls into the hands of readers when they pick up the newspaper. Insertion in One Edition: $350

20% Discoun t on Insertion Fees if KMG prints your flyer!

This flat rate cost is for an 8.5”x11” single sheet printed on 20# paper stock. That’s typically the same weight as a standard piece of printer paper. All other inserts are priced by weight. • Inserts can be as small as 4"x6" or as large as 8.5"x11". • Insert must be folded if over 8.5”x11” or folding fees may apply. • Preprinted inserts must be received 7 days in advance of publication. Actual Size is 8.2” by 1.5”

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Classified Line Ads All classified line ads run in the Geauga County Maple Leaf on Thursdays, and in the Chesterland News and Middlefield Post on the weeks each newspaper is published. The Chesterland News and Middlefield Post are published every other week on opposing weeks. To advertise in the Classifieds, contact the advertising department at 440-729-7667 ext. 500 or email your ad directly to ads@chesterlandnews.com or fax to 440-729-8240 • Cost is $12 for the first 20 words, plus 50 cents for each additional word. • All Classified Line Ads must be pre-paid. • KMG does not bill for any classified ads. • Maple Leaf subscribers are entitled to one free 20-word classified line ad each week of their paid subscription. Not valid for business ads.

Classified Display Ad Classified display ads are priced the same as each paper’s open rates. A classified display ad includes any ad contained in a box or with a graphic. Classified display ads only run in the newspaper paid for each week. Each additional newspaper is an additional charge. • All Classified Line Ads must be pre-paid. • All Service Directory ads are classified display ads. • The smallest size available is 1-column wide by 1-inch tall (2.5”x1”). As pictured below

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Classifieds AUTOS & PARTS

FOR SALE

Sell A Pair Of AMF Snowmobiles. Both Will Run, Not Run For Years. $800 For Pair. Call Joe 440-298-9810.

Two Used JL Audio 12W6v2 Subs, Two Used Pioneer Mono PDX-M6 Amps. All Wiring Included. Excellent Condition. Priced To Sell. $400. 440-552-4400.

Bedliner Fits 2014-2019 Silverado 1500 6.5Ft Bed. Includes Tailgate Protector $50. 440-285-3729. 2010 Toyota Sienna XLE. Low mileage 89/k. Loaded, leather, DVD system, CD player, heated captain chairs. Tan. $11,000. 216-387-2999

Queen solid wood sleigh bed for waterbed: headboard 75" wide could be used on regular bed. Beautiful carved design, $40, SLW4134@att.net or 440-729-4134.

2004 Yamaha Fjr 1300. Good Condition 25,308 Miles. Price $1250 440-289-6530 Cash for Junk Vehicles: running or not, classics/big trucks/etc., free removal, call/text Zac 440-679-7293.

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Brown eggs from free range hens, no antibiotics, no hormones. $3/doz. 13137 St Rt 608 Claridon. Some deliveries available. 440-636-5747

GARAGE/ESTATE SALES

Commercial building for lease: 5,200 sqft with office, ample parking, 2 minutes East of Chardon Square on Rt 6, 440-313-7626.

Editorial Office 101 South St. Chardon, OH 44024 Fax: 440-285-2015

Echo backpack leaf blower. times. $200/OBO. 440-488-8407.

Thinking about the holidays? Vendor 2063 features Christmas decorations at Marketplace Mall, 15864 Nauvoo Rd., Middlefield (part of Heritage Marketplace). Open M-F 10-5:30 and Sat. 10-5.

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Corvette cover for C-5 gray; two fur coats both black & white make offer or trade. 440-724-3175.

DeWalt 10" table saw w/extend table, mobile base, duck & geese decoys, Coleman stove, heater, waders, hunting boots, RC plane w/accessories. 440-8341850.

Jeep Wrangler Tj Hardtop. Fits Wranglers 97 – 06. Price $100 Obo 440-289-6530

Advertising Office 8389 Mayfield Road, B-5 Chesterland, OH 44026 Fax: 440-729-8240

Cyclone rake leaf vacuum model Z10 extra hoses & parts included. $2,200. Cash only. 440-286-7200

If you need to have a moving sale or estate sale call Kathy Willis at 440-8403226, partial estate buyouts also.

To advertise in the Classifieds, contact the advertising department at 440-729-7667 ext. 500 or email your ad directly to ads@chesterlandnews.com

CLASSIFIED DEADLINE: FRIDAY AT NOON PRIOR TO PUBLICATION DATE All classified line ads run in The Geauga County Maple Leaf on Thursdays, and in the Chesterland News and Middlefield Post on the weeks each newspaper is published. The Chesterland News and Middlefield Post are published every other week on opposing weeks.

☐ Here is my ad. The per week cost is $10 for the first 20 words, plus 25¢ for each additional word. ☐ I am a PAID MAPLE LEAF SUBSCRIBER entitled to 20 WORDS or less FREE each week. (Words over 20 will be billed at 25¢ per word.) NO BUSINESS ADS. Please include subscriber number ___________ (found on mailing label)

☐ I would like to be a MAPLE LEAF SUBSCRIBER and advertise for FREE. Enclosed is

$45 for an in-county 12-month subscription (subscription rate valid through 12/31/20). Write Your Classified Line Ad

HELP WANTED Farm help in Huntsburg. 440-636-5747.

MANCAN IS NOW HIRING GENERAL LABOR AND SKILLED TRADES IN LAKE, GEAUGA, CUYAHOGA AND ASHTABULA COUNTIES To apply, stop into the office Monday - Thursday, 9am to 3pm. Be sure to bring 2 forms of ID. A resume is encouraged.

REAL ESTATE INVEST OR LIVE Here- 2bdr. condo, Colonial Park, Chardon. New carpet, hardwood, luxury vinyl. Private end unit. $79,900 Call 440-632-8334. Thompson Twp – 1 acre scenic rolling building lot, side street lots of privacy. $12,900. 440-289-0708.

SERVICES Buckeye Stoneworks: we specialize in Amherst sandstone, we custom cut all projects for masons, landscapers, builders, contractors, and residential, by appt only, call 440-632-0188 leave message. John’s Plumbing: Affordable and reliable. Water heaters, toilets, faucets, drain cleaning, gas lines, sump pumps, well tanks. 440-285-0800. Offering special discounts for interior and exterior painting and staining this season. 20 years experience. Professional and insured. Call Dan, 440-342-4552. Joe Eicher doing roofing, siding, remodeling, cleanout houses, we do most anything, Call between 8am and 4pm, 440813-4272. No answer, leave message.

WANTED Retired nurse looking for employment. 440-834-8416. Experienced amish house cleaner looking for more jobs. No cats and dogs due to allergies. Linda 440-548-2837.

WANTED TO BUY Wanted Upright Electric Freezer In Very Good Condition. 440-313-3718 or 440548-2657. Old fishing tackle wanted: fishing lures (wood or plastic), tackle boxes, wooden duck decoys. Call Lee at 440-313-8331. Wanted ‘65-‘67 Mustang Convertible, and other muscle cars needing repair, call/ text 440-832-1465. Buying all Stanley Bailey planes and machinist tools. Call Karl at 440-812-3392.

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Real Estate Following is a list of real estate transfers for the week ending Nov. 13, 2020, provided as a public service by the Geauga County Auditor’s Office. Transfers may involve the sale of land only. AUBURN TOWNSHIP Robert W. Jackson and Sarah E. Wakefield, Ascot Lane (s/l 17), to Greg and Virginia Gliba, $79,000. (2.00 acres) George S. Lanesky (trustee), 10720 Franks Road, to Peter Farrow and Amanda Jenkins, $30,000. (4.00 acres) AQUILLA VILLAGE Benjamin J., Jonathan T. and Nicholas P. Aydent, 116 Turner Drive, to 223 Turner LLC, $7,500. (0.20 acres) BAINBRIDGE TOWNSHIP Patricia L. Siegel, 8140 Carrington Place, to Mary Bahan, $509,000. (0.58 acres) David C. and Mary L. Radford, 8225 Timber Trail, to Thomas S. Breen and Katherine Isham, $425,000. (3.06 acres) Daniel J. and Paula A. Hershman, 17590 Plum Creek Trail, to Tony M. and Spela Ivancic Smuk, $316,000. (0.57 acres) Victoria D. Sansom (trustee), 18801 Brewster Road, to Laurie Colagiovanni and Lyle J. Schulte, $1,250,000. (3.22 acres) Neil W. Siegel, 8580 Tamarack Trail, to Michael A. Gype and Kristin M. Kunze, $675,000. (2.06 acres) Family and Community Services Inc. d/b/a/ Chagrin Falls Park, Findlay Street (s/l 648-649), to Naemma Basit Javed, $200. (0.12 acres)

Family and Community Services Inc. d/b/a Chagrin Falls Park, Elyria Street (s/l 591), to Carol T. Johnson, $100. (0.06 acres) Brett Weber (trustee), Savage Road, to Kathleen Birkel Dangelo (trustee), $283,000. (10.00 acres) Canyon Lakes Colony Co., 8038 Canyon Ridge, to Kristen Ann McNamara, $145,000. (0.28 acres) Todd W. and Maureen K. Brichmann, 18009 Millstone Road, to Jeffrey and Amber Cyncynatus, $409,000. (1.21 acres) CHARDON TOWNSHIP Lynette M. Ruple (TOD), 11545 Glenmora Drive, to Laura P. and Eric R. Melkerson (TOD), $472,000. (3.00 acres) CHARDON CITY Sean C. and Diane H. O’Neill, Claridon Road, to Edward Bencar, $15,000. (0.72 acres) Donna M. and Howard J. Gregorich III, 104 Saw Mill Bend, to Steven G. Joslin, $253,000. (0.32 acres) Gary L. and Pamela Stevenson, 200 North St., to Abisai Riano Romero and Melinda Malec, $215,000. (0.36 acres) Roger B. and Jacqueline K. Kangas, 423 North St., to Linda J. Kangas (TOD), $160,000. (1.82 acres) CHESTER TOWNSHIP Eric F. and Andrea M. Milnar, 8312 Sharp Lane, to Jonathan Stumpf, $133,900. (0.56 acres) James J. and Janice A. Bohinc (TOD),

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