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e Welcom to Bay Village Welcome to the 2019 issue of

the Bay Village Magazine & Community Guide. We are proud to partner with Image Builders Marketing to bring you this publication, showcasing the many amenities Bay Village has to offer. Bay Village is a wonderful community in which to live and raise a family. Residents value our family-oriented community with award-winning schools, stellar city services, engaged community organizations, scenic parks, and walkable neighborhoods. Bay Village blends the convenience of its west side location with the tranquility of an almost totally residential community. Our four city parks offer unlimited recreational opportunities. Reese

Park on the east end recently added pickleball courts to accommodate this increasingly popular sport, Bradley Road Park just received a new playground, and Walker Road Park on the west end has a stocked pond for fishing. Our gem, Cahoon Memorial Park, sits in the center of town and is the home of the historic Rose Hill Museum, Community House, and Memorial Rose Garden. An abundance of recreational opportunities are available in Cahoon Park, including bike paths, sledding hills, ball diamonds, soccer fields, basketball courts, Play-in-Bay playground, the outdoor Bay Village Family Aquatic Center and lighted tennis courts. This city plays as hard as it works. Our Recreation Department offers a

wide variety of athletic programs and activities for residents of all ages.

Paul Koomar, Mayor

The Dwyer Memorial Center is a hub of activity for our seniors, including the new BV60+ group for active adults. Monthly schedules of classes, wellness events, seminars, group activities and travel opportunities are available. I am honored to serve as the Mayor of Bay Village. Our City administration and City Council are always working to ensure that Bay Village will continue to be a great hometown. Please do not hesitate to contact City Hall at 440-8712200 if we can help you in any way. We are here to assist you. www.cityofbayvillage.com

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Bay Village MAGAZINE & COMMUNITY GUIDE This is an Image Builders Marketing Inc.™ Trademark Publication created and produced for the City of Bay Village, Ohio.

Contents 1 From the Mayor

3 City Overview 6 Education 9 HEALTH & WELLNESS 11 homes & real estate 13 COMMUNITY

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16 DINING GUIDE 17 ADVERTISER INDEX

16 ON THE COVER: Come for a swim or a stroll and take in the beauty of Lake Erie at Huntington Beach located in the Cleveland Metroparks Huntington Reservation in Bay Village. Activities and amenities include swimming, walking, cabana and beach chair rentals, parking, picnic tables and restrooms. For more information, go to www.clevelandmetroparks.com/parks/visit/parks/huntington-reservation Photographer: Todd Sechel

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INFORMATION

City of Bay Village Mayor Paul Koomar 350 Dover Center Rd. Bay Village, Ohio 44140 440-871-2200 www.cityofbayvillage.com

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To advertise in the next edition, call 440-346-4482. Publisher Bernice P. Kaldy Art Director/Project Manager Tammy Spear Editor Laura Lakner Business Manager Mary Dodge

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Lead Graphic Designer Gail Hartman Contributing Designers Judy Beveridge, VIOLET SULLIVAN Production Coordinator Jocelyn Georgiev Account Executives/Community Consultants Scott F.W. Hughes, Bernice Kaldy Brenda Louis Cover Photographer TODD SECHEL

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City Overview

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A Great Place to Call Home

Just a short drive west of

downtown Cleveland, Bay Village is home to scenic parks and award-

winning schools. Beautifully nestled along five miles of Lake Erie’s southern shore, Bay Village consistently rates as one of the safest and most desirable communities in all of Northern Ohio.

The Community House at Cahoon Memorial Park (top, left); Lake Erie’s beautiful shoreline (top, right); and the Children’s Bike, Trike & Wagon Parade (above), one of the highlights of the annual Bay Days Festival.

The city of almost 16,000 residents was originally settled by Joseph Cahoon in 1810 as part of the original Dover Township. In 1901 Bay Township split from Dover Township, becoming the Hamlet of Bay. The Village of Bay was incorporated in 1903, and the first mayor and city council were elected. Bay Village became a city on January 1, 1950, having reached a population of 6,917 residents. Arts, culture and nature complement the community lifestyle in Bay Village. The historic Rose Hill Museum & Reuben Osborn house and the Community House, as well as the Memorial Rose Garden, Skate & Bike Park, and soccer fields are located in Cahoon Park. Situated in the Cleveland Metroparks Huntington Reservation, Huntington Beach has long been a draw for residents and visitors who come to swim or stroll along the beach taking in the beauty of Lake Erie. The BAYarts campus hosts a gallery and shops showcasing the talents of local artists, offering exhibitions and classes as

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well as selling original creations in their gallery shop. During the summer BAYarts holds a weekly Farm and Art Market and weekend outdoor concerts. The former Huntington Playhouse, recently acquired by BAYarts, is undergoing a major renovation, with additional space available for more art and theater classes, live music and events. The Lake Erie Nature & Science Center serves as a preservation site for wildlife and an education center for young and old alike. It features the Walter R. Schuele Planetarium, one of only three public planetariums in northeast Ohio. Each year over 2,000

The Community Garden offers residents the opportunity to learn

programs are offered at the Center, which attracts over 180,000 visitors. Bay Village boasts 336 acres of parkland with scenic walking trails, making Bay Village a walkable and bike-friendly city. The city was recently awarded a grant from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources to

construct a multi-purpose trail along Cahoon Creek from “Bay Point,” near the Bay Boat Club, to the Rose Garden, passing under the new Lake Road Bridge which will improve pedestrian and bike connections to the Cleveland Metroparks Huntington Reservation, Bay Village Recreation facilities, Bay Middle School, and the RTA bus station

The Irene Lawrence Fuller House was moved on a barge over Lake Erie to its current home on the BAYarts campus.

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and practice sustainable, organic gardening; the Bay Boat Club provides a small boat launch for residents; Food Truck Friday is a fun summer tradition in Bay Village.

and turnaround in Cahoon Park. The 130 plot Community Garden, operated in partnership with the City, the School Board, and the Bay Village Green Team, affords residents the opportunity to learn and practice sustainable, organic gardening methods in a 4 by 8 foot garden plot highly suitable for growing local vegetables. A variety of dining options are available in Bay Village, from our independently owned restaurants, local franchises, and

coffee shops. Each Friday from late May through September the City hosts Food Truck Friday at City Hall drawing crowds to sample local food trucks’ cuisine. On the horizon, we look forward to the start of construction on the new Cuyahoga County Public Library Bay Village branch which will be located in Cahoon Park, just west of City Hall. The new library is expected to open in 2020. A new townhome development is

planned for the center of town, which will contribute to the vibrancy of Bay’s downtown district. This project will add a type of housing that is in demand locally but currently not readily available. Please visit our website at www.cityofbayvillage.com to see more of why Bay Village is a great place to call home!

A Great Service to the Community responsibility for the major portion of meal preparation and packaging. Through this experience, local teens learn about nutrition, meal planning, cooking, and service. Younger children contribute to kitchen needs by assisting in growing herbs and hardy vegetables in the VP organic garden.

Village Project,

established in 2010, was modeled after the Ceres Community Project of Sebastopol, California. The non-profit’s mission is “to come together as a community of all ages to provide nourishing meals and extended care and service to our neighbors experiencing cancer.” To date, VP’s 600 plus volunteers have provided over 27,000 meals and extended services to more than 275 families living in Avon, Avon Lake, Bay Village, Rocky River, and Westlake. Under the supervision of adult volunteer cooks, teens take

In addition to nourishing meals, clients also receive extended support such as yard clean up, errand running, holiday baskets, flower bouquets, and more. Last year VP completed a renovation and building expansion, doubling their space and increasing capacity of client meals served. The new dining room provides space for cooking classes, corporate team building dinners, and community educational speakers. In addition to locally sourced products, Project Shoppe, VP’s retail store, also features some favorites such as homemade granola, herb salts, dog biscuits, specialty vinegars, VP merchandise, and to-go menu items of the week. To learn more about Village Project, visit their website at https://ourvillageproject.com www.cityofbayvillage.com

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Education

Superintendent’s Podcasts Engage Students, Inform Community Bay High students are sharing their experiences, their favorite memories, and their hopes for the future in recorded interviews with the district’s new superintendent, Jodie Hausmann.

“When I ask students to share a favorite childhood memory, like a favorite day, for example, I also share one of my own,” Hausmann said. “It is a great way to get to know one another. And I think it’s an opportunity for the public to get to know better what it is like to be a student these days. I think they’ll find that while some things are different, kids really are the same as today’s adults were when they were young.” The podcasts are available on the district’s website, at www. bayvillageschools.com, and cover the gamut of high school experiences. What’s it like to prepare and perform an onstage musical? How does it feel to raise thousands of dollars for a good cause? How do teenagers deal with the pressure of delivering one’s best for

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the big game? “I am so impressed by these young men and women,” said Hausmann. “They are truly focused on doing their best, on preparing for their futures, and on doing good in the world. They are such great kids.” Hausmann brought the practice of hosting podcasts with her after using them at the Perkins City School District just prior to taking the Bay Village job. “I find people are comfortable sharing in a recorded conversation,” she said. “It’s a little less intimidating than an interview on video.” Her podcasts are part of a growing trend as people find listening more  Continued on page 8


New Building on Tri-C’s Westshore Growing Campus The Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-CŽ) Westshore Campus is growing to meeting the educational needs of our community. Each year more than 3,000 credit and non-credit students take courses at the Westshore Campus.

Since opening in 2011, the Medical Mutual Health Careers and Sciences building on Clemens Road has provided stateof-the-art laboratory experiences for science and nursing students. Construction of a long-awaited Westshore Campus Center, which will be attached to the existing building, has moved at lightning speed and can be seen from I-90 just west of Bradley Road. The Center will feature additional science and engineering spaces as well as art, IT, creative writing,

math and dance spaces. With one robust location, the unified Westshore Campus will provide new pathways for students seeking a quality education. With this center, the College will build upon its mission to offer first-class educational experiences for students while offering degrees that match the needs of employers in Northeast Ohio. The Westshore Campus Center is one of many infrastructure maintenance and improvement projects the College will be undertaking as a result of the passage of its first capital bond issue last fall. For more information on registration or for a campus tour, call 216-987-3885 or visit us online at www.tri-c.edu/westshore.

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Education

Focused on Student Success Lorain County Community College (LCCC) was named the top

community college in the country for Excellence in Student Success by the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) in 2018. In 2019 LCCC was named a Leader College of Distinction by Achieving the Dream. These honors indicate LCCC’s focus on student success at every level across the campus – from faculty, staff and administrators to its Board of Trustees. Additionally, more Lorain County high school students are taking advantage of College Credit Plus options to earn college credit while in high school. In fact, 43 percent of all Lorain County high school seniors graduate with some college credit. LCCC is also one of only three community colleges in Ohio that have been approved to offer an applied bachelor’s degree. Students can now earn a bachelor’s of applied science degree in microelectronic manufacturing – with local jobs waiting for them. For more information about LCCC, visit www.lorainccc.edu

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convenient than watching video. Whether at the gym, in the car, or cooking in the kitchen, podcasts are gaining in popularity as a way to get information or be entertained. Estimates from popular rating agencies put the number of podcast shows currently available at 525,000 with more than 18.5 million episodes. Holding a masters degree in technology, Hausmann is fascinated with new ways to use it to engage both students and the public. Her Twitter account @Hausmann_Bay is gaining new followers every day (followers are the first to learn of school closings). She regularly updates parents through an emailed newsletter. She collects feedback from parents and staff through online surveys. But engaging students in person gets her into the school buildings every day. She will jump into activities like making gingerbread houses with elementary students. She’ll read a story in a school library (she is a former children’s librarian). And she has started a Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council, meeting with Bay High students monthly about topics important to them. “I do hope people will give a listen to our podcasts,” said Hausmann. “I am sure when they get to hear from our students directly about their experiences, thoughts and plans, our community members will be as impressed with them as I am.”

Jodie Hausmann, Bay Village City School District Superintendent

Bay Village Schools Bay Village City School District KT Allen Educational Service Center 377 Dover Center Rd. Bay Village, OH 44140 www.bayvillageschools.com Facebook: @bayvillageschools

Westerly Elementary Principal Josie Sanfilippo 440-617-7550

Board of Education 440-617-7300

Bay High School Principal Jason Martin 440-617-7400

Superintendent’s Office Jodie Hausmann 440-617-7305 Normandy Elementary Principal Dan Sebring 440-617-7350

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Bay Middle School Principal Sean McAndrews 440-617-7600

Glenview Child Care and Learning Center Director Dorothy Chadwick 440-617-7330 Transportation 440-617-1659


Health & Wellness

What does a chiropractor do? emphasis on treatment through manual adjustment and/or manipulation of the spine. Most chiropractors seek to reduce pain and improve the functionality of patients as well as to educate them on how they can account for their own health via exercise, ergonomics and other therapies to treat pain. Dr. Mike Urban treats a patient for back pain at Urban Chiropractic Spine and Sports Clinic.

A chiropractor is a health care professional who focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of neuromuscular disorders, with an

A chiropractic adjustment is a procedure in which chiropractors use their hands to apply a controlled, sudden direct force to a spinal joint or extremity (shoulder, wrist, knee or foot for example). The goal of this procedure is to improve spinal motion and

improve the body's physical function. This is followed with a proper exercise plan to stabilize the area. Whether you're looking for general chiropractic care, relief from pain, seeking peak athletic performance, or simply looking to improve your all around health and well-being, Urban Chiropractic Spine and Sports Clinic can help you achieve your wellness goals. Please contact Dr. Mike Urban of Urban Chiropractic in Rocky River at 440-8959595 or visit www.stupidinjury.com if you have any questions or to schedule a consultation. Dr. Urban specializes in fitness, wellness, and your total health.

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Health & Wellness

Maintaining our Furry Friends Health & Well Being Pets hold a valued place in our lives and our hearts. To honor that special bond, we, as owners and caregivers, need to provide the best care possible for our beloved furry friends. Being proactive through comprehensive physical examinations to detect disease, discussions regarding diet and behavior, medications to prevent disease like heartworm, and preventative procedures such as dental cleanings, elongates our pets’ lives and enriches their well being. Can you imagine not seeing a health professional for seven years? That is the average equivalent rate of change our pet’s bodies go through in a yearly basis. Drastic physical changes happen quickly, and it is important to detect these changes before they become health problems. Performing parasite screening on an annual to bi-annual basis allows you to diagnose and treat potential life threating parasitic infections before they do long-term damage to your loved one. Anti-parasitic medications like Heartworm, intestinal parasite, or flea and tick preventatives give your pet comfort from nasty parasites as well as prevent the diseases that these parasites can spread such as Lyme disease, Ehrlichiosis and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. Oral hygiene and dental health is just as important to our four-legged family as it is to us. Regular brushing and dental cleanings are important for the prevention of tooth loss as well as the decreased risk of infections. Keeping pets healthy makes us happy. Schedule an annual wellness appointment for your pet by calling Detroit Dover Animal Hospital at 440-871-5220, and get your pets on the fast track to health! See our ad at top of this page.

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Homes & Real Estate

Transform your Backyard into a Living Space Backyards allow homeowners to grow resources, relax and have fun. One of the biggest trends in landscaping is extending your living quarters to the great outdoors. The following is a synopsis of some lovely backyard ideas for your Northeast Ohio home. Country Garden

Perhaps you have travelled to Europe and walked through

some of the most beautiful and peaceful gardens you’ve ever seen. With professional landscapers, you can easily replicate the same tranquility and beauty with your own backyard. Also known as the English Garden, this backyard combines plants and flowers with smoothly paved walkways and rustic benches and chairs. You can also add even more depth to your garden by including a pergola, trellis and other decorations.

Water Stream

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can hear to soothe you instantly? Arrange a small river with plants and rock formations right in the middle of your backyard. With this water creek, water will travel in a closed circuit thanks to an abundance of airflow, so even though water runs to the bottom of a small pond, it will eventually travel to the top again. Consider this landscaping idea for your personal sanctuary.

Bonfire

A bonfire can make an evening wonderful, and there are many ways to personalize a bonfire space for your backyard. With an open fire pit surrounded by stone benches, you can create the ideal atmosphere for a relaxing time outdoors. With stone or brick flooring, adding some personality to the area, makes a night outside safe and fun. This is one of a few landscaping ideas for Cleveland weather that often gets overlooked.

Wisteria Pergola

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Backyards and wisteria trees go together like pancakes and maple syrup. Underneath your pergola, you can set up a lovely outdoor table with folding chairs. Consider having a pergola adorned with wisteria trees for one of the most relaxing and satisfying places in your home to socialize with guests, eat lunch, or even browse on a laptop. An alternative to wisteria trees would be lavender plants, which give off relaxing scents that enhance your mood. If you're ready to transform your backyard, contact Avon Landscaping at 440-653-1116 today or visit www.avonlandscapinginc.com! We'd be happy to put together a master plan for you.

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Community Information Community Services 440-899-3409 Leslie Selig, Community Services Director lselig@cityofbayvillage.com Finance Department 440-899-3432 Renee Mahoney, Director of Finance rmahoney@cityofbayvillage.com

Important Phone Numbers City of Bay Village 350 Dover Center Rd. Bay Village, Ohio 44140 www.cityofbayvillage.com 440-871-2200

Photo: Todd Sechel

Fire Department (non-emergency) 440-871-1214 Chris Lyons, Chief clyons@cityofbayvillage.com

Building, Engineering & Inspections 440-899-3400 Eric Tuck-Macalla, Building Director emacalla@cityofbayvillage.com

Emergency 911

Law Director 440-899-3427 Mark Barbour, Director of Law mbarbour@cityofbayvillage.com Mayor’s Office 440-899-3415 Paul Koomar, Mayor pkoomar@cityofbayvillage.com

Senior Transportation 440-899-3410 Maureen Overholser moverholser@cityofbayvillage.com Senior Activities 440-835-6565 Jennifer Reuse jreuse@cityofbayvillage.com Service Department 440-871-1221 Jon Liskovec, Service Director jliskovec@cityofbayvillage.com

In the Community West Shore Chamber of Commerce 440-835-8787 Library 440-871-6392 Post Office 440-250-9545

Police (non-emergency) 440-871-1234 Mark Spaetzel, Chief mspaetzel@cityofbayvillage.com

Hospitals

Recreation Department 440-899-3453 Dan Enovitch, Recreation Director denovitch@cityofbayvillage.com

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Cleveland Clinic 216-444-2200

Discovery Awaits! Serving children and families

for more than 70 years, the nonprofit Lake Erie Nature & Science Center is a treasured community asset that gives people a living, breathing connection to the natural world

through informal science education. A unique combination of resources can be found only at Lake Erie Nature & Science Center: live animal exhibits, wildlife rehabilitation services, a public access planetarium, a nature-based

preschool and a park setting along the shores of Lake Erie. Explore the night sky, enjoy free admission to indoor and outdoor exhibits and take part in nature-based education programs for all ages.

Lake Erie Nature & Science Center PLANETARIUM & SPACE SCIENCE PROGRAMS WILDLIFE EXHIBITS & ENCOUNTERS A Project Wildlife student presents a peregrine falcon to some visitors at the Lake Erie Nature & Science Center.

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50 Years of Footwear! Arthur’s Shoe Tree, a Bay Village

staple, is the area’s leading shoe specialist, serving the surrounding area with world-class customer service and premium products since 1969. Jeff and Rosie Johnson specialize in traditional fitting, with the needs of their customers as top priority. Come in and allow them to fit the entire family in some comfortable and stylish footwear! Visit Arthur’s Shoe Tree at 27235 Wolf Road, right here in beautiful Bay Village or call 440-871-2340.

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Fairview Hospital 216-476-7000 Lakewood Hospital 216-521-4200 MetroHealth Medical Center 216-778-7800 Southwest General Health Center 440-816-8000 University Hospital 216-844-8447 UH St. John Medical Center 440-835-8000 UH Westlake Health Center 440-250-2100

Private Schools and Pre Schools Bay Nursery School 440-835-0548 Kiddie Kollege 440-892-7990 Bay Presbyterian Nursery School 440-899-9460 Cooperative Preschool of Bay Village 440-899-7240 Little Learners Pre-School 440-668-2314

Lorain County Community College 800-995-5222 or 440-365-5222 West Shore Career-Technical School 216-226-3693

Places of Worship Bay Presbyterian Church 25415 Lake Rd. 440-871-3822 www.baypres.org

Crossroads Baptist Church 626 Bassett Rd. 440-871-7569 www.crossroadsbayvillage.com

St. Raphael Parochial School 440-871-6760

Bay Village Schools

Glenview Child Care Center 440-617-7330

Bay Village City School District 440-617-7300

Career-Tech Schools and Colleges Cuyahoga Community College Westshore Campus 216-987-3885

Christ Church Westshore Anglican Worshiping at Anchor Church 32607 Electric Blvd. 440-899-7151 www.christchurchwestshore.com

Bay United Methodist Church 29931 Lake Rd. 440-871-2082 www.bayumc.org

St. Barnabas Episcopal Church 468 Bradley Rd. 440-871-6200 www.stbarnabasbv.org

Bethesda-on-the-Bay Lutheran Church 28607 Wolf Rd. 440-871-2276 www.bethesdaonthebay.org

St. Raphael Roman Catholic Church & School 525 Dover Center Rd. 440-871-1100 School 440-871-6760 www.saintraphaelparish.com

BAYarts Campus is Expanding

Left: The BAYarts Summer Concert series is free and open to the public. Above: A scene from the annual BAYarts Art and Music Festival, where over 70 vendors combine for a day of food, art, activities and live music.

BAYarts is an arts campus located directly across from Huntington Beach. It highlights education, exhibition, and events. Welcoming porches invite the community to visit one of the many buildings on campus. Over 300 classes and workshops are offered each year. Free events include the summer concert series, weekly Farm

and Art Markets (June-Sep), and the Art and Music Festival. The shop offers handmade goods, and there are two fine art galleries. BAYarts is currently expanding by renovating the former Huntington Playhouse, assisted by the Playhouse honorary Chair, actress Patricia Heaton. Please visit bayarts.net for more information. www.cityofbayvillage.com

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Green Island Irish Pub 25519 Eaton Way 440-250-9086 Heinen’s Deli 434 Dover Center Rd. 440-871-5066 Java Bay 27225 Wolf Rd. 440-871-8011

Antonio’s Pizza 25093 Center Ridge Rd. 440-899-3333 www.antoniospizza.net Arrabiata’s 600 Dover Center Rd. 440-835-9100 Bay Diner 660 Dover Center Rd. 440-835-9011 China House 27241 Wolf Rd. 440-808-8855 Dairy Queen/Orange Julius 618 Dover Center Rd. 440-835-1929 Fragapane Bakery & Deli 650 Dover Center Rd. 440-871-6340 Gina’s Pizzas 622 Dover Center Rd. 440-250-9900

Marcos Pizza 25523 Eaton Way

440-316-8000 www.marcos.com Martin’s Bay Deli 328 Bassett Rd. 440-871-1141 Mojo’s Coffee 600 Dover Center Rd. 440-892-4040 Pizza Hut 380 Dover Center Rd. 440-835-7050

Subway 27237 Wolf Rd. 440-871-2006 www.subway.com

Thyme X Table 583 Dover Center Rd. 440-617-6964 Vento La Trattoria 28611 Lake Rd. 440-835-4530 Vento La Trattoria

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Credit Union North Coast Credit Union...................Inside back cover www.nccuonline.com

Dentists Bay Pediatric Dentistry.............................................p 9 www.bayvillagepeds.com John Pyke Dentistry................................................p 10 www.avonlakedental.com

Eye Care Madison Eye Care...................................................p 10 www.madisoneyecare.com

Flowers/Gifts A Secret Garden Floral Design............Inside back cover www.myfsn.com/asecretgardenfloral

Furniture/Accessories Alumni Information/Donations/Events Bay Alumni Foundation...........................................p 7 www.bayalumni.com

Art Education/Gallery/Events BAYarts....................................................................p 15 www.bayarts.net

Barber Shop

Brian's Furniture.....................................................p 12 www.briansfurnituredesign.com

Landscaping Services Avon Landscaping..................................................p 11 www.avonlandscaping.com Yards Done Right...................................................p 12 www.yardsdoneright.net

Village Barber Shop...............................................p 16

Nature & Science Center

Bowling

Lake Erie Nature & Science Center........................p 13 www.lensc.org

Bay Lanes.............................................Inside back cover www.baylanesbowl.com

Photographer

Building Supplies/Residential & Commercial Carter Lumber........................................................p 12 www.carterlumber.com

Chiropractor Urban Chiropractic...................................................p 9 www.spineandsportsclinic.com

Church St. Raphael Catholic Church..................................p 16 www.saintraphaelparish.com

Cleaning The Cleaning Authority.........................................p 11 www.thecleaningauthority.com/cleveland

Cleaning/Restoration Duraclean................................................................p 10 www.duracleanohio.com

Colleges & Universities Cuyahoga Community College/ Westshore Campus.......................Inside front cover, p 7 www.tri-c.edu

Todd Sechel Studio LLC..........................................p 16 www.toddsechel.com

Pizza/Catering Antonio's Pizza.............................................Back Cover www.antoniospizza.net

Real Estate Services Martini Productions............................Inside back cover

Restaurants Antonio's Pizza.............................................Back Cover www.antoniospizza.net Nino's......................................................................p 16 www.ninos1990.com

School/Private St. Raphael School..................................................p 16 www.saintraphaelparish-school.com

School/Public Bay Village City Schools...........................................p 6 www.bayvillageschools.com

Shoes/Socks

Lorain County Community College.........................p 8 www.lorainccc.edu

Arthur's Shoe Tree..................................................p 14 www.arthursshoetreebay.com

Condominiums

Veterinarian

Cashelmara Condominium Association................p 11 cashelmaracondo@aol.com

Detroit Dover Animal Hospital..............................p 10 www.detroitdoveranimalhospital.com


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