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In our 11th year of publishing over 85 community magazines, Image Builders is proud to present the 2013-2014 Fairview Park & Rocky River Community Guide. These fine cities offer exceptional education systems, award-winning libraries, breathtaking parks and abundant recreational opportunities for all generations. With amenities such as the nearby Metroparks and plentiful shopping and dining options, one can easily see why Fairview Park and Rocky River are premier communities in which to live and do business. Fine neighborhoods featuring attractive and affordable homes and with many special events hosted by the cities and local civic organizations, there is always something exciting going on! Image Builders Marketing, Inc. would like to extend a special thank you to all of the business organizations and individuals who take an active and enthusiastic role in the Fairview Park & Rocky River Community Guide, especially our advertisers who provide the financial support to make this a successful community project. We hope that you enjoy the informative features contained in this publication and will keep it as a reference guide for community and advertiser information.

CITY VIEWS: The Clock Tower (left) located at the intersection of Lake Road and Morewood Parkway in Rocky River; the Westlake Condominium Building (above, top), a vibrant landmark in Rocky River since 1923; Fairview Park City Hall (above, bottom) on Lorain Road.

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2013-2014

Fairview Park Rocky River

Community Guide

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Contents

Editor Laura Lakner Business Manager Mary Dodge

1 Welcome! 3 Fairview Park Overview 4 Rocky River Overview 5 The Faces of Fairview Park

Art Director/Project Manager Tammy Spear Lead Graphic Designer Judy Beveridge Contributing Designers Leigh Wolters, Jenna Bower

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8 Education 12 Financial 13 Health & Wellness 16 Homes & Real Estate 18 Community Information 20 Places of Worship

Publisher Bernice P. Kaldy

Production Coordinator Leigh Wolters

21 Dining Guide 22 Fairview Park & Rocky River Street Map

25 Advertiser Index

Account Executives/Community Consultants Scott F.W. Hughes, Brenda Jumpa, Bernice Kaldy, Janine Mazzi, Pat Pell Map Rustbelt Cartography Photography Jason Shaffer Photography Information Technology Consultant David J. Kaldy

Cover Photo: The Faces of Fairview Park & Rocky River. Front Row (left to right): Nick Cronin, Rocky River Public Library; Kimberly Yoder, Attorney & Counselor at Law; Angela Erdelack, HCR Manorcare; Jan Murphy, Cleveland Clinic Fairview Hospital. Second Row: Dr. Michael Shoaf, Superintendent, Rocky River City School District; Eileen Patton, Mayor, Fairview Park; Angelo Russo, Russo & Associates LPA. Third Row: Eric Van Scyoc, Pastor, St. Thomas Lutheran School and Church; Kitty Sommers, Rocky River Public Library. Fourth Row: Brent Krieg, Huntington Bank; John Sobolewski, Fairview Park Chamber of Commerce. Fifth Row: Debra Knotts-Meadows, DKM Salon & Spa; Bridget Hinkel, Fairview Park Mayor’s Assistant; Donna Trunko, Prudential Lucien Realty. Sixth Row: Dominic Raffin, Dominic’s Santos Italian; Brion Deitsch, Superintendent, Fairview Park City School District; Tara Garling, Urban Chiropractic. Missing from photo: Stephen Sheets and Dan Moss, Pompeii’s Plumbing & Heating; Pam Bobst, Mayor, Rocky River; Gloria Hardington, Howard Hanna Realty; Dr Mike Urban, Urban Chiropractic; Liz Manning, Rocky River Chamber of Commerce. Photo Location: Rocky River Public Library. Photographer: Jason Shaffer, Jason Shaffer Photography. This Page (top): The Gemini Recreation & Community Center in Fairview Park. Photographer: Jason Shaffer. (Middle) Rocky River Park. Photographer: Judy Beveridge.

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Fairview Park:

Welcome!

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It is my honor and privilege as mayor to introduce you

to the City of Fairview Park. The City features many cherished amenities and destinations that have helped turn Fairview Park into a western suburb of choice. Our tree-lined streets complement a beautiful and diverse housing stock befitting both new families and those that have resided in Fairview Park for years. Our five city parks offer a spectacular venue for an afternoon under the sun, as does our close proximity to the Cleveland Metroparks. Our schools are rated Excellent, promising a first-rate education for the City’s youth. Lorain Road, the City’s main thoroughfare, provides opportunities for shopping and entertainment, friendly gatherings, or evening strolls. I am proud of the steps my administration has taken to improve Fairview Park. We facilitated the demolition of five blighted motels along Lorain Road, which helped to improve the aesthetics of the street. Many of those former hotel sites now house new, revenue-generating office buildings. In 2005, the City worked with the Richard Jacobs Group to revitalize Westgate Mall, which today is a destination point for area shoppers. In 2008, the Gemini Center, the City’s recreation and community center, opened and has since become a highlyfrequented gathering place for residents of all ages. In 2011, the City worked closely with Lamar Companies to facilitate the purchase and refurbishment of Fairview Shopping Centre, which, for many, represents the center of Fairview Park. The key to future success is new development opportunities that will bring new workers to Fairview Park, expand our local tax base, and increase revenues. In that vein, several big ticket development projects are currently in progress. Efforts to redevelop the site formerly occupied by NASA are ongoing. Plans are also underway to create luxury condominiums on the site of the Mandley-Vetrovsky Funeral Home. A Spring 2013

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groundbreaking is anticipated for the Garnett Health Campus, a skilled nursing and assisted living facility to be located on the former site of the Garnett School. In addition to the ongoing development projects, a committee of Mayor Eileen Ann Patton City officials and residents convened monthly throughout 2012 to create a new Master Plan. Once complete, the 2013 Master Plan, as did its 1999 and 2005 predecessors, will serve as a strategic blueprint to guide the City’s development actions over the next several years. The new Master Plan will focus largely on improving targeted areas of the City while leveraging Fairview Park’s existing assets and amenities to make the City even more attractive to new and existing residents and businesses alike. New and exciting things are happening in Fairview Park, both for our City and schools, which will prove once again that the City of Fairview Park is a great place to grow!

Kenn Kaminski Recreation Director

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Fairview Park Rocky River Community Guide

City Overview

Welcome!

A City of about 20,000 residents and over 1,200 businesses, Rocky River offers a diverse array of amenities from Lake Erie, the Cleveland Metroparks and nine City parks, to the Rocky River Public Library and one of the few yacht clubs in Northeast Ohio. The City of Rocky River is conveniently located 20 minutes from Downtown Cleveland and 15 minutes from Hopkins International Airport. Residents and visitors can boat, fish and swim on Lake Erie while also enjoying the City parks and the Metroparks for hiking, picnicking and just enjoying the outdoors. Within the City parks there are two swimming pools, an indoor ice rink, tennis and basketball courts, and track and exercise equipment, along with many class and program offerings for residents. Rocky River is a family-oriented community where you see friendly faces wherever you go. From starter homes and family-sized homes to condos for retirement living, Rocky River has it all for any age... Beautiful neighborhoods full of charm and character abound. Shopping and dining opportunities are endless! Gather and enjoy friendly, intimate shops full of one-of-a-kind specialty items as well as restaurants offering delicious foods to suit every palate, from casual to fine dining, in the Beachcliff Market Square and the Old Detroit Streetscape area.

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Families choose Rocky River for the school system’s excellent curriculum, state-of-the-art classrooms and attention to each student’s individual needs as their “Excellent with Distinction” rating portrays. One of the City’s treasures is the Rocky River Public Library which offers many programs for residents and visitors alike and houses 160,000 items. The Library also holds the largest publicly-owned collection of Cowan Pottery in the world at their Cowan Pottery Museum. As an added benefit, non-profit community organizations may also use the Library’s auditorium and meeting rooms for educational, cultural, civic, charitable or related activities. The City’s E-Update Program provides residents with timely and accurate updates via email. To stay informed of all news related to City events and services, log on to www.rrcity.com and input your name and email address and subscribe to the E-Update Program. Rocky River offers small town charm on the shores of beautiful Lake Erie, all within 10 miles of a major city. The schools are excellent, City services can’t be beat, civic organizations offer an abundance of involvement opportunities and shopping and dining opportunities are plentiful. Combine all of this with the City’s delightful character, and you have one of the most desirable and wonderful places to live in the Cleveland area.

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A city is often known for its geographical and architectural landmarks. The mention of Fairview Park and Rocky River, for example, conjures up images of tree-lined streets, beautiful lakefront homes, excellent shopping centers and family-friendly parks. But for all of its charming physical characteristics, it is people that give a city its unique personality. The more than 37,000 people of Fairview Park and Rocky River – caring parents, insightful grandparents, playful children and trusted friends – provide the vitality and character that make the cities more than just a collection of parks, shops and businesses. In this section we profile some of the most recognizable and interesting people of our cities – the leaders, talented business owners and managers who not only help to keep the local economy vibrant but live among us as our neighbors and friends. You may know some of them personally; others by appearance, by name or maybe only by the look of their signs or storefronts. They are the Faces of Fairview Park and Rocky River.

The Faces of Fairview Park & Rocky River Front, center: Kimberly Yoder, Attorney & Counselor at Law. Left to right: John Sobolewski, Fairview Park Chamber of Commerce; Brion Deitsch, Superintendent, Fairview Park City School District; Dr. Michael Shoaf, Superintendent, Rocky River City School District; Angela Erdelack, HCR Manorcare; Nick Cronin, Rocky River Public Library. Missing from photo: Dominic Raffin, Dominic Santo’s Italian Restaurant; Dan Moss & Steve Sheets, Pompeii’s Plumbing & Heating. Photo Location: Rocky River Public Library. Photographer: Jason Shaffer.

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ffering the finest freshly-made pasta, pizza, sauces, and Southern Italian favorites, Dominic’s Santos Italian Restaurant has been a favored gathering place since opening its doors in 2009. Grandson of the original owners of Santos Italian Restaurant (a staple of the Fairview Park Shopping Center back in the early 1970’s), Dominic brings back many of the classic Italian dishes, and of course, the pizza that was a longtime favorite in Fairview Park and Cleveland’s Westside. Wine Pairing Dinners are generally held on Monday evenings and feature several specially selected wines paired with unique dinner courses. The menu is not Italianspecific and spans five courses from appetizer to dessert. A wine expert provides insights on each selection, Your including characteristics, history, and Photo development. Past themes have included “Touring Napa Valley’’ and “Summer Here Solstice Celebration.’’ Owners Dominic and Wendy Raffin invite you to visit for lunch or dinner and Owner Dominic Raffin enjoy some Casual Italian Cuisine!

imberly Yoder grew up in Northeast Ohio, and has been licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio since 1995. She has spent most of her career practicing in Rocky River and Fairview Park. Kimberly’s areas of practice include divorce and family law, bankruptcy, personal injury, small business, criminal defense, guardianships and estates, and civil litigation. She has also been a part-time instructor at Cleveland State University’s College of Business Administration, teaching Business Law and Ethics. Kimberly believes in a personal approach to client representation and provides initial consultations at no charge. She also provides her personal cell phone number to clients so that they can reach her after hours, because “legal issues often arise after 5:00 p.m.” Your Kimberly is a member of the Fairview Photo Park and Rocky River Chambers Here of Commerce, the West Shore Bar Association, Ohio State Bar Association, and Cuyahoga County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. Kimberly K. Yoder Attorney

Stop by Dominic’s Santos at 21467 Lorain Rd. in Fairview Park for lunch Mon.-Fri. 11:30am-3pm or dinner Mon.-Sat. 3-10pm and Sunday 3-8pm . 440-333-7437

20525 Center Ridge Rd., Ste. 133, Rocky River 216-767-5055 . www.rockyriveratty.com

Dr. Michael G. Shoaf Rocky RiveR city School DiStRict

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ichael Shoaf is in his sixth year as superintendent of the Rocky River School District. Dr. Shoaf completed both his undergraduate and master’s degrees at The Ohio State University, earned an Educational Specialist Degree from Kent State University, and completed his doctoral studies at Youngstown State University. As a professional educator, he taught in the Maple Heights City Schools and the Cardinal Local School District. Dr. Shoaf joined Painesville Township Local Schools as an Assistant Principal in 1996, and during his eleven years in Painesville he also served as an Associate Principal, Principal, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction and Superintendent. Dr. Shoaf serves on the Lakewood Hospital Community Advisory Board, the North Ohio Technology Association Executive Committee and The Alliance for High Quality Education. He is an adjunct professor for Cleveland State University and Notre Dame College.

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Dr. Michael G. Shoaf Superintendent

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Kimberly K. Yoder ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW

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ince joining the Fairview Park City Schools (FPCS) in August 2005, Superintendent Brion Deitsch has helped the district pass a 5.9 mills levy and pledged no new money levies for at least five years. The district is now in year seven of that pledge. Currently, every fifth- through twelfth-grade student has access to a laptop computer and high school students will be able to purchase their computer for $1 upon graduation. The FPCS are fully involved with creating a 21st century learning environment for all their students. The district has earned an “Excellent” rating by the Ohio Department of Education and is enjoying growth in all of their programs and student populations. Deitsch holds a Bachelor of Education in Health/Physical Education and Political Science, a Master of Education in School Administration and an Educational Specialist degree in School Administration. He is the Vice President of the Fairview Park Chamber of Commerce and is a local Rotary member. Deitsch’s time outside with his family, friends and playing golf are his refuge.

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Brion Deitsch Superintendent

Fairview Park City School District - 21620 Mastick Rd. 440-331-5500 . www.fairviewparkschools.org


Janice G. Murphy Fairview Hospital, a cleveland clinic Hospital

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anice G. Murphy, RN, BSN, MSN, FACHE, is President of Fairview Hospital, which employs more than 2,800 employees. She has served as President of Fairview Hospital since May 1, 2007.

Murphy began her career at Fairview Hospital as a bedside nurse in Oncology in 1978. Since then, she has served in various leadership positions and management roles in the Greater Cleveland healthcare community. She brings a diverse background in both clinical and administrative settings and a firsthand understanding of patient, physician and employee needs to her administration. Murphy successfully led Fairview Hospital to Magnet status, offering open communication between nurses and other members of the healthcare team. Under her leadership, Fairview Hospital has been named a 100 Top Hospital by Thompson Reuters in 2007 and 2011. Your As a faculty member of the Cleveland Clinic Academy and the Cleveland Clinic Center for Leadership and Learning, Murphy is a frequent keynote speaker and guest panelist at many prestigious events.

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President Janice G. Murphy

Fairview Hospital is located at 18101 Lorain Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44111 . 216-476-7000

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s Director of Rocky River Public Library since 2010, Nick Cronin’s philosophy is to provide a welcoming and inspiring environment to make the Library a premier destination in Rocky River. Cronin, a native of Belfast, Northern Ireland, immigrated to the United States in 1993 and has lived in Lakewood and Rocky River ever since. Prior to coming to Rocky River Public Library, he worked at libraries in Euclid, Lakewood, Parma, Fairview Park, Olmsted Falls and Parma Heights. Since his arrival, he has overseen the creation and implementation of a new strategic plan. Throughout the process, he has worked closely with staff and trustees to guarantee that the Library is offering premium services to its patrons. “I regard myself as one of the caretakers of a beloved local institution that will, in fact, be celebrating its 85th anniversary this Your year,” he said. “I am extremely proud to be Photo the director of this community treasure.” Here Rocky River Public Library is an independent library, supported by residents, offering over 180,000 items, online services, and educational programs. Nick Cronin, Director Rocky River Public Library is located at 1600 Hampton Road 440-333-7610 . www.rrpl.org

Pompeii’s Plumbing & Heating operating with a Mission

“W well as ourselves.”

ith integrity we set the benchmark for professionalism and craftsmanship, by providing the highest level of products and services, while educating our customers as

Pompeii’s Plumbing & Heating Co. has been in business since 1941, serving the community with the highest level of quality and service. Pompeii’s core values and mission drive their highlyqualified staff to serve customers with integrity and a commitment to building life-long relationships, while meeting all their plumbing, heating, and air conditioning needs. They offer USA Maintenance Plans that provide safety, security, and peace of mind throughout the year. Their organization has appeared in Contracting Business Magazine and carries an A+ rating thru Angie’s List and the BBB. Dan Moss & Steve Sheets For more information please visit www.pompeiis.com, email contact@pompeiis.com or call 440-331-1272.

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anorCare Health Services – Rocky River is a proven leader in skilled nursing and rehabilitation, located just 1 mile from Fairview Hospital, between Brookpark and Kamm’s Corner.

ManorCare Health Services – Rocky River provides a wide range of comprehensive medical services, including 24-hour nursing care as well as physical, occupational and speech therapy service to a broad spectrum of patients. They are the only skilled nursing facility that has a true Cardiac Recovery Program overseen by their Cardiologist, Dr. Muhammed Zahra, M.D. They have implemented cardiac classes for educational purposes for their patients and their families. In addition to these services, they also offer therapeutic recreation and social activities. The majority of Manorcare rehabilitation patients return home to lead productive lives. Patients looking for long-term care benefit from the professional staff that provides comprehensive health care around-the-clock in a safe and comfortable environment.

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Angela Erdelack Admissions Director

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Learning to Achieve & Believe

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The motto, “Learning to Believe and Achieve” is exemplified in the Fairview Park

City Schools (FPCS) by the consistent attainment of an “Excellent” rating on the state report card. The Fairview Park community is proud of the district’s achievement and the efforts put forth by the educational community. Approximately 1,800 students are enrolled in FPCS and attend classes at Fairview High School, grades 9-12; Lewis F. Mayer Middle School, grades 7-8; Gilles-Sweet Elementary School, grades 1-6; and the Early Education Center, day care, preschool and Kindergarten. FPCS students continue to achieve in academics, as well as in areas of fine and performing arts and athletics. The class of 2012 earned over $1 million in scholarships, honored a national merit semi-finalist and had several individuals attending prestigious schools such as Georgetown and Colgate. The Fairview High School athletics department had three conference champions and overall won the PAC Cup. It’s not only important that our students receive quality education, but the district believes, by providing students with 21st Century learning tools, our students will be prepared for the everchanging global economy they will face after graduation. A unique asset of our school district is our technology, including Brion Deitsch, our one-to-one computer initiative. In our elementary schools, Superintendent K-2 students use a combination of tablets, iPads, and laptops, specifically targeted for use within learning centers. Students in grades 3-4 use laptops that are in carts in the classroom with enough computers for whole class activities. In grades 5-11 every student has their own netbook, and within the next year that will be updated to grades 4-12. Students in Kindergarten through eighth grade use their computers to complete assignments, create projects, and complete assessments throughout the school day as they obtain skills necessary to compete in a 21st century technology-driven world. The Fairview Park City Schools is a district with a growing enrollment rated excellent again by the Ohio Department of Education. Our students are achieving at a high level, demonstrated by the millions of dollars in scholarships awarded, achievements in athletics and the arts. Our mission going forward is to provide our students with 21st century skills to prepare for a technology-driven global society. We look to build upon these foundations and broaden our scope of cutting-edge learning experiences and opportunities for all students. For more information, visit their website at www. fairviewparkschools.org

Students use laptop computers to complete projects and obtain skills necessary to work in the modern world.

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Rocky River High School was awarded the prestigious National Blue Ribbon School award in September 2012. Recognized schools are models of academic excellence and achievement. Kensington Intermediate School also earned the National Blue Ribbon School award in September 2011. Long known for its tradition of academic quality, another “Excellent with Distinction” rating on the latest State Report Card shows that Rocky River students continue to excel academically. Last year over 90 percent of River students continued on to colleges or universities. The Rocky River City Schools were again ranked in the Top Ten List of Cleveland Area Schools in the June 2012 issue of Cleveland Magazine. The District continues its third year of facilities updates and renovations, currently working on projects at Goldwood Primary School, Kensington Intermediate School and Rocky River High School. New science and music wings were opened in the fall of 2012 at Rocky River High School. Kensington Intermediate School’s renovations were completed by the fall of 2012. The old Board of Education offices in the front of Goldwood Primary School were torn down during the summer of 2012 and a small addition will be constructed in its place. Parent organizations are a vital part of the Rocky River City School District. The Rocky River Parent Teacher Associations, the Rocky River Student Activities Boosters and the Rocky River Education Foundation are comprised of volunteers whose efforts continue to enrich the educational lives of the students. Rocky River PTA Council holds an annual fundraising dinner during homecoming and supports the work of the individual PTA units. Each building has a PTA whose mission is to serve as a powerful voice for all children, a relevant resource for families and communities, and a strong advocate for the education and well-being of every child. The Rocky River Student Activities Boosters is a taxexempt organization whose mission is to provide support to co-curricular activities at Rocky River Middle School and High School, including academic and peer organizations, sports, music, and theater. During the 2011-12 school year, the Boosters raised $70,000 for student activities. This annual donation supplements the student activities budget at the High School and entirely funds all Middle School activities. Local business interested in advertising in high school sports programs can contact the RRHS athletic director at 356-6800. The Rocky River Education Foundation is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) corporation directed by a Board of Trustees organized for the purpose of soliciting contributions to fund teacher grants. The Foundation also administers financial awards through 25 individually designated scholarship funds. This year’s annual fundraising dinner and auction will be held at Westwood Country Club on March 23, 2013. For up-to-date information on these organizations and district news and events, please visit www.rrcs.org

Rocky River City Schools:

A National Blue Ribbon School

Dr. Michael Shoaf, Superintendent

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Polaris Provides Skills that are Vital in the Workplace of Today and Tomorrow For over 35 years, Polaris Career Center has provided

high quality career-technical training for thousands of high school and adult students and corporate training services for business and industry. A well-equipped facility, state-of-the-art technology and dedicated teaching staff assure that Polaris students meet the needs of the ever-changing economy. As a career-technical center, Polaris must keep one foot anchored in education and the other in the business world. As a result, over 300 business professionals, community representatives, former students and parents actively serve on program advisory councils to ensure that Polaris programs continue to meet or exceed employer expectations. Widely recognized as a center for lifelong learning in Greater Cleveland, Polaris has also forged strategic partnerships with

Live • Learn • Lead

Polaris Provides the Tools you Need to Succeed Career-Technical Training For High School & Adult Students

College Credits & Industry Certifications State-of-the-Art Technology Corporate Training

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Adults can study job training programs including medical and dental assisting, HVAC repair and baking/pastry arts just to name a few!

higher education institutions, including Kent State University, BaldwinWallace College and Cuyahoga Community College. As a result, 21 of 26 Polaris high school programs provide students access to college credit. In fact, 70% of Polaris high school students pursue higher education and many earn college semester hour credit at no or very low cost prior to graduating from high school. Consider career-technical training, prepare for the future and Discover Polaris! To find out more, call 440-891-7600 or visit www.polaris.edu. Follow Polaris Career Center on the Internet on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.


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The WOW Factor! When you walk into Rocky River Public Library for the

first time, the wow factor is in full force. “Wow, this is so beautiful” is a common refrain. Once you get past the handsome architecture, artwork and pottery, your focus is also on the resources and technology this destination offers. The Library’s collection holds close to 200,000 books, eBooks, audiobooks, DVDs, Blu-rays, music CDs, magazines, newspapers and more. And that’s only the beginning. Expand your horizons and learn everything from basic computer skills to Photoshop, hear celebrated authors, musicians and lecturers, book meeting rooms, check out hundreds of magazines, and tour our Cowan Pottery Museum. We are proud to have served the community for 85 years. Today, the array of technology available is impressive, from our online reference resources and 24/7 accessibility to librarians to our eBook collection and accessing the library with our mobile app.

Viktor Schreckengost’s Jazz Bowl for the Cowan Pottery Studio is one of the studio’s most famous pieces. It’s on view in the Rocky River Public Library.

This year also marks the 35th anniversary of our Cowan Pottery Museum. It is the only museum in the world devoted solely to the collection and preservation of Cowan Pottery, a distinctive form of American art pottery, produced in Lakewood (1913-1917) and in Rocky River (1920-1931). Cowan Pottery was the Cleveland area’s only major pottery and today it is internationally known and collected. Contact us for a free guided tour. Find out why Rocky River Public Library consistently ranks as one of the best libraries in the nation! For more information call 440-333-7610 or visit www.rrpl.org

High-Quality Educational Opportunities at Tri-C’s Westshore Campus Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) Westshore Campus, located at 31001 Clemens Road in Westlake, is pleased to be part of the vibrant westshore communities. The award-winning first building of the Westshore Campus opened its doors in 2011, with two additional buildings planned. With high quality, affordable education in a convenient location, Tri-C provides additional opportunities for students to complete an associate degree for transfer to a four year institution or for entry into the workforce in business and a variety of health careers areas. A STEMM Campus, with a focus in science, technology, engineering, math and medical, Westshore offers the following opportunities: • Associate of Arts degree • Associate of Science degree • Associate of Applied Science degrees in Nursing, Medical Assisting and Emergency Medical Technology • Certificate programs in Emergency Medical Technology, Medical Assisting, Polysomnography and State Tested Nursing Assistant. For more information, visit www.tri-c.edu/westshore or call 866-933-5183. w w w. F a i r v i e w P a r k - R o c k y R i v e r. c o m

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Starting a New Business Using an SBA Loan Many banks today are ready to loan money to small businesses, providing they have a reputable business model and a clear, understandable way to pay back the loan. This is particularly true if you are interested in pursuing a loan through the Small Business Administration. These loans, known informally as “SBA Loans”, are term loans issued from a bank or lending institution through the SBA. The SBA guarantees as much as 80 percent of the loan principal, which helps reduce the lender’s risk. There are several types of SBA loan programs. The most popular is the 7(a) General Business Loan Guaranty Program. If you are interested in applying for this type of financing, there are criteria that have to be met. Most SBA loans require: at least 20 percent down, although equipment and commercial

real estate may require less; three to five years of relatable job experience; a good credit score and history; a solid business plan; and realistic revenue projections. A common misconception about SBA loans is that they provide 100 percent financing. SBA loans, in fact, require money down, usually twenty percent, as mentioned above. Collateral can include: cash, real estate or land, equipment or machinery, or stocks, bonds, or life insurance. Unless you can secure the loan with collateral, the SBA may not give you the loan, especially if the business venture is a start-up or acquisition. Also, keep in mind that the down payment or equity injection can’t be borrowed, but it can be a gift. Some lenders may also want to see “seasoned funds,” which is cash that has been sitting in a checking or savings account for at least 90 days. You may need to provide bank statements to verify these funds. If you are planning to seek funding for your business and would like to know more about the SBA loan program, call your bank or lending institution to find out if you qualify. — Brent L. Krieg, MBA, Business Banking Specialist, Huntington Bank

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Rooming-in Provides Better Healing for Both New Mom and Baby After the birth of a baby, our

family-centered birthing staff at Fairview Hospital wants to help moms learn to rest and care for their newborns in the most comfortable and effective way. “As part of our world class care, our staff encourages the evidence-based practice of ‘rooming-in’,” says Rebecca Starck, MD, chair of the Department of Regional Ob/Gyn at Cleveland Clinic. “Rooming-in allows mothers and infants to remain together 24 hours a day, shown by research to be the best way for mom and baby to rest and establish a routine.” “Should moms choose not to room-in, our staff will respect their decision and care for the baby in the nursery,” says Dr. Starck. “Our goal is to provide parents with informed choices and to support them in a comfortable and nurturing environment.”

Rooming-in benefits include: • Better quality sleep for mom and baby • Earlier identification of feeding cues • Improved breastfeeding • Less infant crying and distress • Development of better infant sleep/wake cycle Fairview Hospital received Baby-Friendly Designation from Baby-Friendly USA. The initiative is a global program sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) to recognize hospitals and birthing centers that offer an optimal level of care for infant feeding. For more information on Fairview Hospital or other Cleveland Clinic Hospitals, see our ad on the back cover.

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Focusing on Your Total Health – Mind, Body and Spirit Kaiser Permanente is committed to helping shape the

future of health care. We are recognized as one of America’s leading health care providers and not-for-profit health plans. Founded in 1945, our mission is to provide high-quality, affordable health care services and to improve the health of our members and the communities we serve. We currently serve more than 9 million members in nine states and the District of Columbia. In Northeast Ohio, Kaiser Permanente operates 15 medical

Simply Natural, Effective and Healthy Skin! During Ancient Egyptian times, the Greeks and Romans thought that smooth, hairless skin was beautiful. The trend caught on, and hair removal would eventually be accepted worldwide. In the U.S. and Canada, some salons and spas offer a service called ‘body sugaring.’ SIMPLY Sugar™ is all-natural, water-soluble, and applied at body temperature. It will not burn or tear skin and hair as short as 1/16’’ can be extracted. Hair is removed in the natural direction of growth which can lead to permanency, which is why both men and women like the treatment. DKM Salon & Spa is a sugaring training center and Debra Knotts-Meadows, owner and instructor, invites you to call 440-331-2395 or visit the salon in Fairview Park if you want to experience a sweet treatment. Simply natural…Simply effective…Simply sugar!

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offices that offer members an array of services under one roof. Our expert and caring medical teams are empowered and supported by industry-leading technology advances and tools for health promotion, disease prevention, state-of-the-art care delivery, and world-class chronic disease management. Kaiser Permanente is dedicated to care innovations, clinical research, health education and the support of community health. Kaiser Permanente offers a wide variety of health plans for small, medium, and large businesses, as well as for seniors, individuals, and families. The Kaiser Permanente Rocky River medical offices are conveniently located at 20575 Center Ridge Road, Suite 500. For more information, visit Kaiser Permanente online at www.kp.org.


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Fairview Park Senior Center In order to promote independence and socialization for

our seniors, the FPSC offers many services and programs. The Center is under the direction of Regina Sillasen and with the help of her dedicated and caring staff, is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. to assist seniors 55 and older. There is also a social worker available to assist Fairview Park residents with questions and concerns. Transportation is also available for shopping, doctor appointments, hospital testing and other necessary appointments for residents 55 years and older. Programs made possible through a grant administered by the Western Reserve Office of Aging include lunches served on Thursdays & Fridays for seniors/spouses 60+, as well as the Farmers Market Nutrition Voucher Program. The Center offers a wide variety of educational, recreational, social and physical fitness programs which include chorus, bingo, card playing, ballroom dancing, free computer classes, AARP tax assistance, art and clay classes, general discussion group, book discussion, movies, billiards and gift shop just to name a few! Social services are also available and include assistance

Fairview Park seniors dance during a holiday party at the Senior Center.

from a licensed social worker, Health Screenings, Lock Box Program, “Are You Okay” Program and Medicare Counseling. The Scope, our newsletter, lists all activities and programming and can be picked up at the Center or viewed on line at www.fairviewpark.org, following department link to Senior Life. For questions or additional help, call the Fairview Park Senior Center at 440-356-4437.

Rocky River Senior Center The Rocky River Senior Center, under the direction of Carole Calladine, operates as a municipal Office on Aging which provides supportive services, volunteer opportunities, social and recreational activities, and fitness classes for senior adults. There is no membership fee; however, a monthly newsletter, The Quill, is available for $15 for 12 issues. For a complimentary copy, call 440-333-6660. A licensed social worker is available to senior residents who are in need of services/information. A transportation service operates weekdays between 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. for medical appointments, local shopping and personal errands for seniors who are unable to drive (sometimes temporarily). A wheelchair lift van is also available. The Center offers a variety of services and activities including one day and overnight tours, deli luncheons, monthly luncheons and programs, income tax assistance, and special events featuring prominent speakers, entertainers and musicians. Health screenings and a Monday health clinic help seniors stay healthy. Also offered are lifelong learning classes and social groups based around a common interest such as care giving, book discussions and employment. Facilities at Rocky River Senior Center include an atrium/lounge area, dining area, classroom, game room, gift shop, ceramics room, arts and crafts room, health clinic, computer lab, patio and a 298 seat auditorium. If you have questions or require further information, please call Rocky River Senior Center at 440-333-6660. w w w. F a i r v i e w P a r k - R o c k y R i v e r. c o m

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Homes & Real Estate

Making Smart Moves Buying or selling a home is often the biggest decision a

person will make in their lifetime. Here are a few suggestions to help when beginning your selling process. Set the stage as first impressions are very important. Make sure your property is clean and neat, inside and out. When people drive up to your home, the first impression can make or break the sale. Peeling paint, uncut lawns and shrubbery are a definite no-no. It goes without saying that the interior of your

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home should be clean, neat and freshly painted, if necessary or possible. Walls should be clean, neutral and uncluttered. Welllit homes show better. Wash all of the windows, floors and appliances; make sure drapes are clean and opened to let in natural light. De-clutter surfaces and remove personal items from around the house. Spending a small amount of money to “stage” your house can help you get a higher price in the long run. You want buyers to envision themselves living there so let your house be the haven they fall in love with! Price your property correctly for your neighborhood and not what you would like to get. No matter what the market conditions are, a realistic price for your area will get your home sold in a reasonable time frame. Talk with a real estate agent that has experience in your area. The realtor will review recently sold properties, current listings and assist in establishing a price that will sell your home as quickly as the current market conditions will allow. Call Donna Trunko of Prudential Lucien Realty at 440-567-9024 or Gloria Hardington of Howard Hanna at 440-333-6500, two great Realtors in the area, with your real estate needs.


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in relation to repairs of just about anything. Although it would seem to be a concept that you are saving money, the reality is all too different. There is simply no substitute for proper maintenance of your home or business’s plumbing, heating and air conditioning systems. That is why a comprehensive maintenance plan for all of these systems will give you safety, security, and peace of mind in knowing that any problems are found and taken care of, making sure your systems keep working effectively and efficiently for many years to come. Proper plumbing maintenance can prevent problems such as drain lines clogs, hot water heater issues, faucets, toilets, leaks, etc., that can be addressed and save costly repairs down the road. Just like the other systems in your home, your heating and air conditioning system will work better, last longer and run more efficiently when you have it maintained regularly by cleaning the system and making sure all mechanical operating parts are in great condition for optimum operation. Your heating and cooling system works hard to keep your home heated and air conditioned all year long. Even if it is brand new, it can lose a percentage of its energy efficiency over time. Regularly scheduled maintenance can recoup that lost efficiency, which helps to keep your energy costs down and your heating and air conditioning systems running smoothly. Another simple analogy would be: Would you drive your vehicle for years at a time without changing the oil or performing general maintenance and upkeep? Most of us have those services done to have our vehicles last longer and operate without the fear of breaking down. Your plumbing, heating, and cooling equipment need that “oil change” as well. For more information regarding a heating, cooling, or plumbing maintenance plan, please contact Stephen Sheets at Pompeii’s Plumbing & Heating Co. at 440-331-1272 or email steve@pompeiis.com.

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Come & Discover Fairview Park! Tree-lined streets complement beautiful houses, from Cape Cod to colonial style homes for growing families. Spend an afternoon in one of five city parks, including a state-of-the-art sports park at Bohlken, or hike the bike path into the Metroparks. Spend an evening at Bain Park Gazebo enjoying a summer concert; stop in at the Fairview Park Branch of the Cuyahoga County Library or at one of the friendly businesses for a cup of coffee, ice cream, dinner or entertainment. Stroll down Lorain Road, enjoying tree-lined streets with benches to sit and rest. Spend some time at the Gemini Recreation & Community Center, home of the Fairview Park Recreation Department.

Fairview Park

Ward 3 Paul Wojnar.............440-356-4868

Fairview Park City Hall 20777 Lorain Rd. Fairview Park, Ohio 44126 440-356-4411 www.fairviewpark.org

Finance Dept..........440-356-4400 Law Dept...............440-356-4319 Recreation Dept....440-356-4444 Senior Life Dept....440-356-4437 Service Dept..........440-356-4410

Mayor’s Office Eileen Ann Patton....440-356-4411

Fairview Park City Council

Emergency............................. 911 Fire (non-emergency)......440-356-4423 Police (non-emergency)......440-356-4415 Building Dept........440-356-4405 Development.........440-356-4499

President Michael Kilbane.......216-870-7414

20777 Lorain Rd......440-356-4414

Ward 1 Brian M. McDonough... 440-773-9215 Ward 2 William Minek..........440-331-2017

Ward 4 John Hinkel..............440-686-0103 Ward 5 Thomas “Pete” Matia... 440-829-8706 Council-At-Large Peggy Cleary............440-777-1121 Clerk of Council Liz Westbrooks.........440-356-4414

Schools Fairview Park City Schools www.fairviewparkschools.org

Fairview Park Board of Education 21620 Mastick Rd. 440-331-5500 Fairview High School 4507 West 213 St. 440-356-3506 Lewis F. Mayer Middle School 21200 Campus Dr. 440-356-3510 Gilles-Sweet Elementary School 4320 West 220 St. 440-356-3525

Parochial Schools Messiah Lutheran School 4401 West 215 St., 440-331-6553

The Power of More! The Power of More is a marketing program that includes the following area Chambers of Commerce: Fairview Park, North Coast, North Ridgeville, North Olmsted, Olmsted, and West Shore. Launched in 2010, the goal of the program is to draw new members and help existing members develop new business contacts with members of the other chambers. All six chambers have luncheons or Business After Hours designated as “Power of More” events that draw attendance from all six chambers. At these events, members can fill out an entry form for a chance to win a variety of prizes that will be awarded at the Power of More Grand Prize event which will be held at a future date in 2013. The grand prize is a customized outdoor kitchen courtesy of Outdoor Dreamscapes. 18

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Fairview Park ChAMber of Commerce Board: First Row (left to right): Julie Bialowas, Kathy Murphy, Angela Erdelack, Hajni Fekete, Sharon Pelagalli, Janene Kubit. Second Row: Angelo Russo, Mike Polito, Sue Dunson, Sharon Matthews, Richard Dunson, John Sobolewski, Gary Snyder, Brion Deitsch.

The Power of More sponsors for 2013 are: AT&T Lorain Co. Community College Crocker Park Montrose Auto Group EMH Healthcare System Outdoor Dreamscapes First Federal of Lakewood Westlake Village


St. Angela Merici School 20830 Lorain Rd. 440-333-2126

Utilities First Energy ...........800-589-3101 Cleveland Division of Water.................216-664-2444 Dominion East Ohio Gas........800-362-7557 Emergency.............877-542-2630 Cox Cable...............216-676-8300 Wide Open West...866-496-9669

Other Important City Phone Numbers Fairview Park Chamber of Commerce 440-779-7396 Cuyahoga County Library/ Fairview Park Branch 21255 Lorain Rd. 440-333-4700 www.cuyahoga.lib.oh.us U.S. Post Office – Fairview Park Branch 22350 Brookpark Rd. 440-734-2166

ATT (cable)..............800-288-2020

Rocky River Rocky River City Hall 21012 Hilliard Blvd. Rocky River, Ohio 44116 440 331-0600 www.rrcity.com

Ward 3 Michael P. O’Donnell... 440-915-2446

Mayor’s Office Pamela E. Bobst.......440-331-0600

At-Large Anjanette Arabian Whitman................440-333-9171 David W. Furry........440-895-1575 Christopher J. Klym........440-799-5192

Emergency............................. 911 Police (non-emergency)......440-331-1234 Fire (non-emergency)......440-331-1212 Animal Control......440-356-5636 Building Dept........440-331-0600 Economic & Community Dept...440-331-0600 Finance Dept..........440-331-0600 Human Resources..440-895-3371 Law Dept...............440-895-3374 Parks Dept.............440-356-5630 Recreation Center.440-356-5656 Recreation Center Admin. Office........440-356-5657 Senior Center.........440-333-6660 Service Dept..........440-356-5630 Sewer Service........440-356-5630 Don Umerley Civic Center - Program Info.......440-895-2599 - Meeting Room Rentals...............440-895-2594

Rocky River City Council Ward 1 Thomas J. Hunt........216-696-9555 Ward 2 James W. Moran......440-356-6233

Ward 4 John B. Shepherd....440-333-0675

PHOTO: SCOTT HUGHES

Rocky River A Jewel on the Lake Bordered by Lake Erie on the north and the Rocky River and Cleveland Metroparks on the east, Rocky River’s location is unique. Residents can boat, fish and swim on Lake Erie and take advantage of nine City parks and the Metroparks for woods, playground equipment, picnicking, fishing and countless other activities. Rocky River Recreation includes 2 swimming pools (Recreation Center and Rocky River High School), indoor ice rink, tennis courts and basketball courts, track and exercise equipment at the Civic Center and eight City parks. Residents can enjoy many classes and programs.

Clerk of Council Misao Kuokawa......440-331-0600

Schools Goldwood Primary School 21600 Center Ridge Rd. 440-356-6720 Kensington Intermediate School 20140 Lake Rd. 440-356-6770 Rocky River Middle School 1631 Lakeview 330-356-6870 Rocky River High School 20951 Detroit Rd. 440-356-6800

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Rocky River Cont. St. Thomas Lutheran School 21211 Detroit Rd. 440-331-4426

Other Important City Phone Numbers Rocky River Chamber of Commerce 440-331-1140 www.rockyriverchamber.com Rocky River Municipal Court 440-333-0066 Rocky River Public Library 1600 Hampton Rd. 440-333-7610 www.rrpl.org

U.S. Post Office Rocky River Branch 19525 Hilliard Blvd. 800-275-8777

Places of Worship Fairview Park

Buna Vestire Romanian Orthodox Church 3300 Wooster Rd. 440-356-1126

Rocky River United Methodist Church 19414 Detroit Rd. 440-331-7676

First Church of Christ, Scientist 1460 Wagar Rd. 440-331-5366

St.Christopher Catholic Church 20141 Detroit Rd. 440-333-4255

Messiah Lutheran Church 21485 Lorain Rd. 440-331-2405

Greek Orthodox Community of St. Demetrios 22909 Center Ridge Rd. 440-331-2246

St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church 22909 Center Ridge Rd. 440-331-2246

New Hope Reformed Church 5575 West 220 St. 440-779-4766

Lighthouse Alliance Church 19147 Eastlook Rd. 440-333-2755

St. Angela Merici Parish 20970 Lorain Rd. 440-333-2133

Our Savior’s Rocky River Lutheran Church 20300 Hilliard Blvd. 440-331-1773

St. Peregrine Catholic Chapel of the Traditional Roman Rite 22953 Detroit Rd. 440-333-3139

Fairview Grace United Methodist Church 22420 Lorain Rd. 440-779-5414 Journey Community Church 21220 Lorain Rd. 440-331-7700

St. Mary Magdalene Byzantine Catholic Church 5390 West 220th St. 440-734-4644

Rocky River Faith Lutheran Church 16511 Hilliard Blvd. 216-226-6500

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Rockport United Methodist Church 3301 Wooster Rd. 440-331-9433 Rocky River Presbyterian Church 21750 Detroit Rd. 440-333-4888

St. Thomas Lutheran Church 21211 Detroit Rd. 440-331-2680 Venue Church Meets At Lutheran High School West 3850 Linden Rd. 440-319-0325 West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church 20401 Hilliard Blvd. 440-333-2255


Dining Guide FP = Fairview Park RR = Rocky River

Aces Café 19367 Lorain Rd., FP 440-331-9400 Applebee’s 3000 Westgate, FP 440-333-5900 Beachcliff Tavern 19245 Detroit Rd., RR 440-333-4686 Bearden’s 19985 Lake Rd., RR 440-331-7850 Bonnie’s Bar & Grill 22811 Lorain Rd., FP 440-734-3276 Bucci’s 19373 Hilliard Rd., RR 440-331-5157 Buffalo Wild Wings 3011 Westgate, FP 440-331-9464 Burntwood Tavern 19304 Detroit Rd., RR 440-333-6700 Caribou Coffee 21016 Center Ridge Rd., RR 440-333-8670

Danny Boy’s Pizza 20251 Lake Rd., RR 440-333-9595 Dolce Wraps 3510 Westgate, #420, FP 440-333-9727 Dominic’s Santos 21467 Lorain Rd., FP 440-333-7437 East of Chicago Pizza 21800 Center Ridge Rd., RR 440-333-7700 Emerald Necklace Tea Room 18840 Lorain Rd., FP 440-333-9100 Erie Island Coffee 19292 Detroit Rd., RR 440-333-3333 Fairview Tavern 21867 Lorain Rd., FP 440-779-7396 Ferris Steakhouse & Tavern 2589 Wooster Rd., RR 216-281-1437

19825 Detroit Rd., RR 440-895-9064

First Watch Restaurant 19340 Detroit Rd., RR 440-333-3529

Chick-fil-A 20801 Center Ridge Rd., FP 440-356-2030

Five Guys Burgers & Fries 3100 Westgate, FP 216-529-5080

Cravings Café 19701 Lake Rd., RR 440-895-0098

Grady’s Fine Wines & Market 20253 Lake Rd., RR 440-333-3106

Cyclones Pitas 21380 Lorain Rd., FP 440-333-7482 Dairy Queen 21665 Center Ridge Rd., RR 440-333-7763

Great Scott’s Bakery & Deli 2214 Wooster Rd., RR 440-356-3333 Gusti Italian Grill 19310 Detroit Rd., RR 216-712-7791

Guys Pizza Co. 21065 Center Ridge Rd., FP 440-356-4897 Herb’s Tavern 19925 Detroit Rd., RR 440-331-9870 Joe’s Deli & Restaurant 19215 Hilliard Blvd., RR 440-333-7890 King Wah Restaurant 20668 Center Ridge Rd., RR 440-331-0330 Linden Tavern 19865 Detroit Rd., RR 440-333-1609 Lizardville Beer Store & Whisky Bar 21805 Center Ridge Rd., RR 216-297-4304 Longhorn Steakhouse 20999 Center Ridge Rd., FP 440-356-5433 Main Street Cupcakes 19265 Detroit Rd., RR 440-331-3661 The Market 1137 Linda St., RR 440-779-4292

Dominic’s Santos Italian Restaurant Mitchell’s Ice Cream 19700 Detroit Rd., RR 440-333-4563 Panera Bread 19705 Center Ridge Rd., RR 440-331-0555 Pearl of the Orient 19300 Detroit Rd., RR 440-333-9902 Pelicano’s Pizza 2218 Wooster Rd., RR 440-333-0558 Rocky River Brewing Co. 21290 Center Ridge Rd., RR 440-895-2739 Rocky River Wine Bar 1313 Linda St., RR 440-799-4300 Rosso Gelato 19056 Old Detroit Rd., RR 216-712-7764

The Rustic 20780 Center Ridge Rd., RR 440-333-2422 Salmon Dave’s Pacific Grille 19015 Lake Rd., RR 440-331-2739 Stampers Grill Pub 21750 Lorain Rd., FP 440-333-7826 Starbuck’s 19555 Detroit Rd., RR 440-356-1760 20900 Westgate, FP 216-325-1107 Stino Da Napoli 19070 Old Detroit Rd., RR 440-331-3944 Subway 19595 Detroit Rd., RR 440-333-0074

Sweet Melissa 19337 Detroit Rd., RR 440-333-6357 Tartine Bistro 19110 Old Detroit Rd., RR 440-331-0800 Tommy’s Place 1325 Linda St., RR 216-767-5650 Weber’s Premium Custard & Ice Cream 20230 Lorain Rd., FP 440-331-0004 What’s for Dessert? 20172 Center Ridge Rd., RR 440-331-5006 Wild Flour Bakery 20111 Lake Rd., RR 440-331-2950 The Woods 21919 Center Ridge Rd., RR 440-333-9663 PHOTO: JASON SHAFFER

Melting Pot 3111 Westgate, FP 440-356-8900 Menchies Frozen Yogurt 20649 Center Ridge Rd., FP 440-331-3838 Michael’s 19797 Detroit Rd., RR 440-356-1233

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Fairview Park Rocky River Community Guide (From Map on Pages 22-23)

STREET INDEX Aberdeen Ct............................A5 Aberdeen Rd........................... B2 Addington Blvd.................A4–B5 Alexander Rd..........................A6 Allen Ct..................................C2 Angela Dr............................... B6 Apple Ct................................. B3 Arbor Cliff Ln..........................A2 Archwood Dr...........................A5 Argyle Oval.............................C1 Argyle Rd................................C1 Arundel Rd..............................D1 Ashley Ct................................ B3 Astor Pl...................................C1 Avalon Dr..........................B2–C1 Bain Park Dr............................ B6 Baldwin Ln..............................A3 Bard Ave.................................A8 Bartlett Dr...............................A3 Bates Rd.................................A3 Battersea Blvd.........................C1 Beach Cliff Blvd.......................C1 Beach Cliff Row.......................C1 Beachwood Dr........................ B2 Beaconsfield Blvd....................C2 Bears Run...............................A4 Beechnut Ln............................A2 Belvidere Ave..........................C5 Berry Dr..................................A2 Beverly Hills Dr........................A5 Bidwell Ave.............................C2 Blossom Dr.............................A2 Bonnie Bank Blvd....................C4 Bonnie Bank Ln.......................D4 Bradfords Gate ...................... B5 Brandon Pl..............................A2 Brandywine Ln........................C7

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Breezevale Cove......................A2 Briarbanks Dr..........................D5 Briarwood Dr.......................... B8 Briscoe Dr...............................A5 Brook Ln................................. B2 Brookpark Rd..........................A9 Brookway Dr........................... B9 Buckingham Rd.......................D1 Bunker Hill Dr..........................C6 Camelot Ln............................. B3 Campus Dr.............................. B6 Canyon Rd..............................D4 Carmen Dr..............................C4 Carol Blvd...............................D4 Carolyn Ave.............................C5 Center Ridge Rd................A4–C4 Chanticleer Dr.........................D5 Chatham Pl.............................A3 Chippenham Ct....................... B3 Chrisfield Dr............................A5 Circlewood Dr......................... B5 Cliff Cir................................... E4 Clifford Dr.........................A6–B6 Cliffside Commons.................. B2 Coffinberry Blvd......................D5 Colahan Dr.............................D3 Collver Rd...............................C1 Colonial Ct.............................. B5 Concord Dr.............................C7 Cornwall Rd............................C1 Cottonwood Dr.......................A4 Country Club Blvd................... B4 Creek Ln................................. B2 Cromwell Ave.......................... B7 Crossbeam Ln......................... B5 Dale Ave.................................C4 Deer Ln...................................D4 Dellbank Dr.............................D4 Delmar Dr...............................A5 Depot St.................................D1

Fairview Park & Rocky River Street Map Index Detour Ave..............................C2 Detroit Rd........................ A3–D2 Devon Hill Rd.......................... B3 Diane Dr................................. E4 Doris Ave................................A7 Dorothy Ave............................D2 East Asplin Dr..........................A4 East Shoreland Ave..................D2 East Surrey Ct.........................D4 Eastlook Rd.............................D2 Eastwood Ave...................B5–C5 Eaton Rd...........................B7–C7 Edgewood Dr.......................... E2 Eldora Rd................................C2 Eldorado Dr.............................D4 Elizabeth Ave.......................... B8 Ellen Dr................................... B8 Elmore Ave..............................C5 Elmwood Ct............................ B3 Elmwood Rd........................... B2 Emerald View..........................C6 Endsley Ave............................. B2 Erie Rd..............................B2–C2 Eriewood Dr............................ B2 Erin Ct.................................... B4 Esther Ave...............................A8 Fairhill Dr................................D4 Fairlane Cir............................. B6 Fairlawn Cir.............................A7 Fairpark Dr.............................. B6 Fairview Pkwy......................... B6 Falmouth Dr............................C1 Forestview Ave........................C4 Francis Dr................................D4 Frazier Dr..........................C1–D1 Friar Cir................................... B8 Gasser Blvd.............................C3 Gatehouse Ln..........................A2 Germantown Dr......................C7 Gibson Dr...............................A4

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Glenbar Ct.............................. B5 Glenbar Dr.............................. B4 Goldengate Ave......................C4 Grannis Rd..............................C5 Haber Dr.................................A8 Hampton Blvd......................... B3 Hampton Cir........................... B3 Hampton Ct............................ B3 Hampton Pkwy........................ B3 Hampton Rd............................C3 Harwich Ct..............................A3 Henry Rd.................................D4 Hidden Valley..........................A2 High Pkwy...............................D2 Higley Rd................................A5 Hilliard Blvd..................... A4–D3 Hillsdale Ave........................... B7 Homeland Dr........................... B2 Idlewild Dr..............................C5 Ingersoll Dr.............................C2 Inglewood Ave........................D2 Ivorton Rd............................... B5 Jameston Dr............................C3 Kensington Oval......................C1 Kensington Rd.........................C1 Kenwood Ave.......................... B2 Kings Hwy............................... B8 Kings Mill Run......................... B5 Kings Post Pkwy......................A5 Kingsbury Dr........................... B3 Kramer Dr...............................C3 Lake Rd.............................A2–C1 Lakeview Ave......................C2–3 Lakeview Ct............................C2 Laramie Dr..............................A4 Laurel Ave...............................C3 Laurel Dr.................................C2 Laverne Ave............................C5 Lenox Ct.................................A9 Leona Dr.................................C5 Linda St..................................C2 Linden Rd...........................C4–5 Locust Ln................................A2 Lookout Cir............................. E4 Lorain Rd..........................A7–E5 Macbeth Ave...........................A8 Macbeth Dr.............................D3 Magnolia Dr............................C3 Malvern Ave............................D2 Maple Dr.................................A8 Maplewood Ave...................... B2 Marian Cir...............................A8 Marian Ln...............................C3 Marion Ct...............................D2 Mark Ave................................C5 Marleen Dr..............................A8 Marlys Dr................................A5 Mastick Rd....................... A9–D5 Meadowhill Ln........................A3 Medfield Dr.............................A3 Mercedes Ave..........................C5 Middle Post Ln........................ B5 Mildred Ave............................A7 Mitchell Ave............................D3 Morely Ave..............................D3 Morewood Pkwy...............C1–B2 Morton Ave.............................A7 Nantucket Row.......................A5 Nelson Park Dr........................D4 North Park Dr.......................... B7 North Sagamore Rd.................D5 North Valley Dr........................D4 Northcliff Dr............................C1 Northview Rd..........................C3 Northwood Ave.................B5–C5 Nottingham Dr........................ B8 Oak Rd...................................C1 Old Detroit Rd.........................D1 Old Hogsback Rd.................... E3 Old Orchard Dr........................A9 Onoko Dr................................C5 Orchard Grove Ave..................C4 Orchard Rd.............................A7 Overlook Dr............................ B8 Palm Cir.................................. E4

Palmer Dr................................A5 Parkcliff Ct..............................C7 Parkcliff Dr..............................C7 Parkdale Ave........................... B7 Parkedge Cir...........................A7 Parkedge Dr............................A7 Parklane Dr.......................B6–C4 Parklawn Dr............................ B2 Parkside Dr.............................C1 Parkview Ave...........................C4 Parkview Ln............................ B9 Parkwood Ave......................... B7 Parsons Ct...............................D2 Peach Tree Ln..........................A3 Pease Dr................................. B4 Plymouth Ave.......................... B4 Pocono Dr...............................A4 Pond Dr..................................A2 Prospect Ave...........................D2 Purnell Ave..............................C3 Queen Anns Way..................... B8 Reserve Ct.............................. B5 River Ln.................................. B5 River Oaks Dr..........................A4 River Park Dr...........................A3 River Place Dr..........................C3 River Pointe.............................D3 River Walk Ct..........................A4 River Walk Dr..........................A4 Rivercliff Dr............................. E5 Rivergate Dr............................A5 Riverside Dr.............................A4 Riverview Ave..........................D2 Riverwood Ave........................C2 Riviera Dr................................ B8 Robert Ave.............................. B5 Robinhood Ave........................ B7 Rockcliff Dr.............................D3 Rockland Ave..........................D2 Rockport Ln............................ B9 Rocky River Oval.....................D3 Roslyn Dr................................C1 Sandy Ln.................................A8 Saranac Dr..............................D5 Saratoga Dr.............................C6 Savoy Dr................................. E4 Scenic Rd................................D2 Schlather Ln............................D2 Seabury Ave............................ B7 Sharon Ln...............................A7 Sherwood Dr........................... B8 Shoreland Ave.........................D2 Smith Ct..................................C2 Snowflower Dr........................ B4 Somerset Dr............................A4 South Falmouth Dr..................C1 South Island Dr.......................D1 South Kensington Rd...............C2 South Park Dr.......................... B7 South Riverdale Dr..................D1 South Sagamore Rd.................D5 Southbend Cir......................... B3 Southbend Dr.......................... B3 Southwood Dr......................... B4 Speidel Ave.............................C5 Spencer Ln..............................A7 Stanford Ave...........................C5 Story Rd..................................D4 Stratford Ave........................... B2 Struhar Alley...........................D3 Struhar Dr...............................D3 Sunnyhill Dr............................A5 Sycamore Dr............................A8 Telbir Ave................................D2 Thomson Cir............................A5 Tiffany Ridge...........................A4 Timber Ln................................D4 Tonawanda Dr.........................A4 Valley Forge Dr..................B7–C6 Valley Pkwy...................... A9–D2 Valley View Dr......................... E3 Vine Ct...................................A5 Virginia Dr...............................D5 Wagar Rd............................ B1–4 Walnut Ln............................... B3

Warwick Ln............................. B3 West 192 St......................D1, D5 West 194 St............................D5 West 196 St..................... D4–D5 West 202 St............................C5 West 204 St............................C5 West 208 St............................C6 West 210 St........................ B4–7 West 211 St........................ B6–7 West 212 St........................ B5–6 West 213 St........................ B5–7 West 214 St........................ B5–6 West 215 St............................ B6 West 217 St............................ B6 West 219 St............................ B6 West 220 St........................A5–9 West 221 St............................A7 West 222 St............................A6 West 223 St............................A6 West 224 St........................A6–9 West 225 St............................A7 West 226 St........................A6–7 West 227 St........................A6–9 West 228 St............................A7 West 229 St........................A6–8 West Asplin Dr........................A4 West Park Dr....................... B7–8 West Point Dr..........................C7 West Valley Dr...................D5–E4 West Valley Ln......................... E4 West Wagar Cir....................... B3 Westfield Ln............................C3 Westhampton Dr..................... B3 Westhaven Ln.........................C5 Westmoor Rd..........................C3 Westover Ave....................C4–D4 Westway Dr............................C3 Westwood Rd...................A5–B5 Westwood Rd......................... B5 Whittlesay Ln.......................... B2 Wildflower Dr.......................... B4 Windsor Ct.............................. B3 Winfield Ave............................D3 Woodside Dr...........................C2 Woodstock Ave.......................C5 Wooster Park Way...................D4 Wooster Rd.......................C4–D2 Wren Ct.................................. B3 Wright Ave..............................D2 Wynwood Dr...........................A3 Yacht Club Dr..........................D1

POINTS OF INTEREST Bain Park................................ B7 Beachcliff Market Square.........D1 Big Met Golf Course................D6 Bohlken Park...........................C5 City Hall Park.......................... B3 Don Umerley Civic Center........ B3 Elmwood Park......................... B2 Fairview Park City Hall.............C6 Fairview Park High School........ B6 Gemini Center......................... B6 Giles-Sweet Elementary School.A6 Goldwood Primary School........ B4 Grannis Park...........................C5 Hamilton Ice Arena.................. B3 Kensington Intermediate School...................................C1 L.F. Mayer Middle School......... B6 Public Library.................... B6, C2 Linden Park.............................C4 Lutheran West High School......C4 Magnificat High School...........C3 Martin Park............................. B5 Morely Park.............................C3 Morton Park............................A7 Rocky River City Hall............... B3 Rocky River High School..........C2 Rocky River Middle School.......C2 Rocky River Park......................C1 Rocky River Reservation..... B9–E2 TriCity Park..............................A5 Westgate Mall.........................C4 Westwood Town Center.......... B4


Fairview Park Rocky River Community Guide

Advertiser Index Attorney Kimberly K. YoderAttorney at Law.................... p 6, 19 www.rockyriveratty.com Russo & Associates, Inc............. p 12. www.attorneyrusso.com

Bank Huntington National Bank....... p 12. www.huntington.com

Chamber of Commerce Fairview Park Chamber of Commerce............. p 18 www.fairviewparkchamber.org

Polaris Career Center................ p 10. www.polaris.edu Rocky River City School District......................... p 6, 9 www.rrcs.org

Home Health Care Hanson Services........................ p 13. www.hansonservices.com

Hospitals/Medical Facilities Cleveland Clinic..... p 7, 13, Back Cover. www.clevelandclinic.org Kaiser Permanente........................... ......................Inside Front Cover, p 14 www.kp.org

Insurance James E. Betts Insurance Agency, Inc............... p 12 betts.webagent4u.com

Landscaping Services Yards Done Right...................... p 16. www.yardsdoneright.net

Library Rocky River Public Library................... p 7, 10, 11. www.rrpl.org

Massage Therapy Gold-In-Touch Massage............ p 13 www.gold-in-touch.massagetherapy.com

CHILDcare St. Thomas Lutheran Early Childhood Center.............. p 9. www.stls.net

Pharmacy/Home Healthcare Ohliger Drug............................. p 13 www.ohligercare.com

Chiropractor

Photographer

Urban Chiropractic.................... p 14. www.spineandsportsclinic.com

Jason Shaffer Photography...... p 24. www.jasonshafferphoto.com

PHOTO: JASON SHAFFER

Plumbing

Salon & Spa

Royal Flush Plumbing............... p 20. www.royalflushplumbinginc.com

DKM Salon & Spa...................... p 14. www.dkmsalonandspa.com

Plumbing & Heating

Senior Services-Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation

Pompeii’s Plumbing & Heating.............................. p 7, 17. www.pompeiis.com

RECREATION CENTER City of Fairview Park.................. p 3 www.fairviewpark.org

Real Estate Donna Trunko Prudential Lucien Realty........... p 16. www.donnatrunko.com Gloria Hardington Howard Hanna.......................... p 17. www.thesalemakerteam.com

Restaurant Dominic’s Santos Italian Restaurant................. p 6, 21. www.santosfairview.com

Church Rocky River Presbyterian Church................. p 20. www.riverpres.org

Cleaning/Restoration Duraclean.................................. p 17. www.duraclean.com

College/University Cuyahoga Community College... p 11 www.tri-c.edu/westshore

Education/Schools Fairview Park City School District.................. p 6, 8. www.fairviewparkschools.org

Head to the Islands this Year! The Jet Express offers excursions to the islands and downtown Cleveland. All cruises depart and return to Black River Landing located in downtown Lorain. For more information and to purchase tickets, go to www.lorainportauthority. com/boattours or call 440-204-2269.

HCR-Manorcare Rocky River............................ p 7, 15. www.hcr-manorcare.com

Travel/Cruises Travel Leaders........................... p 20. www.travelleaders.com/nolmstedoh

Veterinarian Animal Hospital of Fairview Park........................ p 20. www.animalhospitalfairview.com



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