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Strongsville image book & COMMUNITY GUIDE This is an Image Builders Marketing Inc.™ Trademark Publication created and produced for the City of Strongsville, Ohio. Thomas P. Perciak, Mayor Copyright © 2016, All rights reserved. Image Builders Marketing, Inc. 9780 Beechwood Dr. North Royalton, Ohio 44133 440-346-4482 www.ImageBuildersMarketing.us Additional copies are available with participating sponsors or at: Strongsville Municipal Offices 16099 Foltz Pkwy., Strongsville, Ohio 44149 440-580-3100 View the book online at: www.Strongsville.org or www.strongsvilleOH.us To advertise in the next edition, call: 440-346-4482 or email: info@imagebuildersmarketing.us Publisher Bernice P. Kaldy Editor Laura Lakner Business Manager Mary Dodge Art Director/Project Manager Tammy Spear Lead Graphic Designer Gail Hartman Contributing Designers Judy Beveridge, Violet Sullivan Production Coordinator Jocelyn Georgiev Account Executives/Community Consultants Bernice Kaldy, Scott F.W. Hughes, Brenda Jumpa, Janine Mazzi, Pat Pell Contributing Writer Ken McEntee Map Laura Kaldy Photography Beverly David Photography Susan Norcross, City of Strongsville Louise Varisco, Historian, Strongsville Historical Society Information Technology Consultant David J. Kaldy 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 Strongsville Image Book & 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. Copyright © 2016 Image Builders Marketing, Inc. No part of this publication may be reproduced by any means without the written permission of the publisher. Advertisements and listings in this publication are provided as a public service. Image Builders Marketing, Inc. is not responsible for errors or omissions, and inclusion does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation. Image Builders Marketing, Inc. supports long term environmental sustainability and is committed to protecting and preserving the environment by using recycled paper and vegetable based inks whenever possible.

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First Row (left to right): Dane Donaldson, Agent, State Farm Insurance; Robert Pavlik Jr., Owner, Brookway Hearing Center; Christine Kasidonis, Kasidonis Heating and Cooling Inc.; Nancy and Greg Filo, Owners, Gregory Filo Jewelry Design; Fred LoSchiavo, Owner, Antonio's Pizza; John J. Urban, Attorney at Law, Ltd.; Amy Ferree, Executive Director, Strongsville Chamber of Commerce; Shauna Riehl, General Manager, Trivs Restaurant. Second Row: Steve Kasidonis, Owner, Kasidonis Heating & Cooling Inc.; Kevin D. Hopkins, MD, Medical Director, Cleveland Clinic Strongsville Family Health and Surgery Center; Kimberly Corrigan, Administrator, Pearlview Rehab & Wellness Center; Lena Knight, Coordinator, Midpoint Campus Center; Thomas P. Perciak, Mayor, City of Strongsville; Dr. Milton Ntragatakis, Owner, Brunswick KiDDS Laser Dentistry; Eileen and Jim Smalley, Owners, New Creation Interiors; Jeanine Hammack, Owner, Fornelli Cleaning; Deborah Borowske, Director, Hospice Services of Southwest General. Third Row: Nancy Nebenzahl, OT and Owner, Hands-On Physical Therapy Specialists; Paul Psota, CEO, Altenheim Senior Living; Tom Laub, Vice President of Client Services, Medical Mutual; Jerry Zemlicka, Branch Manager, Century Federal Credit Union; Anne Murphy, Membership Director, Weymouth Country Club; Matt Croft, Owner, Strongsville Mini-Storage; Janice and Terry DeLap, Owners, The Cleaning Authority; Dr. Janice Taylor Heard, Interim President, Cuyahoga Community College’s Western Campus and Brunswick University Center. Fourth Row: Jim Heiser, Owner, Bullseye Activewear; Dr. Patrick McCluskey, Owner, Timber Ridge Neck & Back Pain Clinic; Cameron Ryba, Superintendent, Strongsville City Schools; Rev. Dave Scavuzzo, Strongsville United Methodist Church; Sandy Croft, Owner, Strongsville Mini-Storage; Mark and Jana Florek, Owners, Budget Blinds. Fifth Row: Kyle Peterson, General Manager, Shinto Japanese Steakhouse; John and Deb Vermillion, Owners, Comforcare Homecare Services. Missing from Photo: Dr. William Aerni, William Aerni DDS; Terri Hradek, Director, Cuyahoga Community College's Brunswick University Center; Betty Kemper, Owner, Kemper House. Photo Location: Medical Mutual, Strongsville. Photographer: Andrea Bartel, Beverly David Photography.

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Contents 6 Mayor’s Welcome

8 City Overview 11 Financial 14 Chamber of Commerce 16 Education 21 Business & Community

36 Health & Wellness

41 Senior Living 42 Homes & Real Estate 46 Strongsville’s History 54 Important Phone

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58 Area Attractions 60 Street Map 64 Dining Guide 68 Parks & Recreation 69 Places of Worship 70 Advertiser Index


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Welcome to Strongsville! And Happy Birthday to our wonderful city. Two hundred years ago, in February 1816, John Stoughton Strong and his party of eight from Marlboro, Vermont settled in the location that would become the crossroads of the nation. Today, the town that took his name is the ideal community in which to live, work and operate a business. Like our ancestors who built Strongsville, we are a vibrant city of active residents who work hard, raise families and find time to volunteer with civic groups and local activities. With amenities like the Metroparks and our local parks and recreational facilities - along with abundant shopping and dining options - Strongsville is one of Northeast Ohio’s most desirable places for people to call home. The business climate in Strongsville is robust. Development is happening all around. The occupancy rate in our four business parks is an astounding 97 percent. That is important because those business parks account for 55 percent of the city’s income tax base. Overall, commercial and industrial businesses provide 85 percent of our tax base, from which we pay for our top-notch services. Inside the pages of this 14th Annual Strongsville Image Book & Community Guide you will find the stories of some of those local business owners and operators – our neighbors who have so much invested in our town. It is through their generosity that this magazine is possible. Please consider patronizing them when you go out to shop and dine. Also within these pages you will learn more about our town’s compelling history as we celebrate our bicentennial. Be sure to join us for a 200th birthday celebration on February 25, 2016 at the Ehrnfelt Recreation Center.

Happy Birthday, Strongsville! Here’s to the next 200 years. Sincerely,

Thomas P. Perciak Mayor

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City Overview

Happy 200th Birthday Strongsville! By Ken McEntee

When Strongsville residents

gather together to enjoy the town’s numerous festivals and events, they can thank local volunteers and a generous business community for making them happen, says Mayor Thomas Perciak. “Our volunteers step up to the plate time and time again to make Strongsville a wonderful place to be, whether it’s the annual Homecoming, the Rib Burn-off, the Breakfast on the Bridge or the Day at the Chalet,” Perciak says, while browsing at the annual Strongsville Business Expo. The Business Expo, an annual free event that featured more than 125 local businesses and drew more than 1,000

Photos: Strongsville Historical Society.

attendees this year, is presented by the Strongsville Department of Economic Development, the Rotary Club of Strongsville and the Strongsville Chamber of Commerce. “When you watch what’s happening here today, you see a community of people who work together, care for each other and look out for each other,” Perciak says.

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Mayor Perciak speaking at the Memorial Day Ceremony.

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It’s a community that began 200 years ago, in February 1816. That’s when John Stoughton Strong, the new owner of several thousand acres of Connecticut’s Western Reserve, brought a party of eight from Marlboro, Vermont to inspect and develop the land. The land, according to History of Strongsville, published in 1903, was purchased from the state of Connecticut by the Connecticut Land Company around 1800. A large portion of that land was purchased by Oliver Ellsworth and inherited by his sons, Henry, who later became the first commissioner of the U.S. Patent Office, and his twin brother, William, who later became governor of Connecticut and a U.S. Supreme Court Justice. The Ellsworth brothers sold much of the land to Strong for $2.50 per acre, and gave him power of attorney to sell the balance for a commission. Today, as the city prepares for its bicentennial celebration, the home Strong built in 1833 stands as an orthodontist’s office at the north end of the Strongsville Commons, with Downtown Strongsville in a state of redevelopment around it. By summer, a new ice cream shop adjacent to the Strong House is expected to be open to serve residents and visitors who assemble on the


The Old Town Hall, built in 1879, then and now.

Commons to enjoy Friday evening band concerts, art shows or one of the many other community events held there. This fall, an old service station and other buildings to the northwest side of the Strong House, on Pearl Road, were razed to make room for new shops and restaurants. “When I came to Strongsville in 1979, Pearl Road was a twolane street and residents had to go to Berea or Southland to do a lot of their shopping,” Perciak recalls. Today, with SouthPark Mall and numerous retail centers concentrated along Pearl and Royalton roads, residents have convenient access to an abundance of shopping, services and dining of all styles and price levels. Along with the bustling shopping area, the city also has its peaceful side, focused mainly on the Cleveland Metroparks Mill Stream Run reservation, which nearly bisects the town from the northwest to the southeast. “There isn’t a better balance of business and recreational amenities than you’ll find here in Strongsville,” Perciak says, noting the myriad of youth sports, scouting and other activities available to kids and adults. The city’s four business parks, he says, are the financial glue that holds it all together. “Eighty-six percent of our general fund comes from income taxes, and 55 percent of the income taxes come from people who work in our business parks,”

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Metropark walking & bike trail (above) and the Strong House (below).

the mayor explains. “That’s why economic development is so important to keep up our safety forces and other services that Strongsville residents enjoy.”

November 22. On February 25, 2016, the 200th anniversary of Strong’s arrival in “Township 5”, the city will host a party at the Ehrnfelt Recreation Center.

In the year ahead, residents will have the chance to enjoy a long schedule of special bicentennial events. The celebration was jump-started with a bicentennial float at the opening of the annual Winter Wonderland on the Commons on

“In 1820, Strongsville Township had 297 residents,” Perciak says. “The town has seen a lot of change, and a lot of progress, since then.”

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City of Strongsville Financials Where does the City’s funding come from?

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The City receives the funding it needs to provide basic services to residents through a variety of sources. The tables present a pictorial view of the significance each source of revenue contributes to the City’s overall fiscal health. For 2015, Municipal income tax is the largest contributor to the City’s general fund revenues. The financial stability of its diverse business base enables the City to generate a steady stream of income tax.

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Where does the Income Tax Come From? Charges for services (2.43%)

Income taxes (85.94%)

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Strongsville is an attractive home for new and existing businesses, notes Mayor Thomas Perciak. It starts with the city’s strategic location.

City Overview Strongsville Economic Development

Out with the Old... Making Way for the New By Ken McEntee

Major changes will soon be

apparent to residents and visitors as they travel the main streets of Strongsville. In many retail locations from the city’s North End, to the Town Center near the Commons, to the SouthPark Mall area, the old is making way for the new. Meanwhile, reports Brent Painter, director of economic development, the city’s four business parks, in less conspicuous areas of town, are thriving.

Business & Technology Park (Foltz), Dow Circle Research & Development Park, Progress Drive Business Park and Park 82 - are home to more than 160 companies with more than 9,000 employees. The high occupancy rate, Painter says, is significant because 55 percent of the city’s income tax collections come from employees in the business parks.

“Our business parks are 97 percent occupied,” Painter says. “Back in 2008 when times were tougher our vacancy rate was in double digits, compared to only three percent today.”

“The city’s retail areas are more visible because people drive through and use the services all the time,” Painter says. “But retail accounts for only 15 percent of the city’s income tax collections. The real financial impact comes from our business parks. They are the main reason that we can provide top quality services to the city’s residents.”

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“There are few communities that are at the crossroads of two major transportation routes like the Ohio Turnpike and I-71,” Perciak says. “That provides direct access to anywhere you need to go. In addition to location, we have a pro-business environment that is conducive to attracting and retaining businesses. It has been this administration’s position for many years that Strongsville cannot thrive and grow without an active business community.” While contributing a relatively small portion of the city’s general fund, new retail development provides residents with abundant choices for shopping and dining. And there will be a lot of new choices over the next year, Painter says. “People have been asking about the land at Pearl and Whitney roads on the north end for a long time, and it’s slowly but surely coming together,” he says. Following the recent opening of the Sheetz gas station and convenience store on the northeast corner, The Brew Kettle recently announced plans to add a new taproom, smokehouse and brewery to the site, which also will include an O’Charley’s restaurant. Across the street, Metrick’s Motel is scheduled for demolition in the spring, opening up another parcel for redevelopment, Painter says.

Lt. Governor Mary Taylor, County Executive Armond Budish and Mayor Perciak cut the ribbon at Akzo Nobel’s new Global R&D Center in Strongsville.

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Meanwhile, the Town Center region on Pearl Road between the Commons and the Strongsville Historical Village also is undergoing a major redevelopment. “By this time next year it is going to look like an entirely different area,” Painter says.


Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours at SouthPark Mall; Mayor Perciak, Mall General Manager Kurt Reddick, Mall Marketing Manager Andy Selesnik, and Economic Development Director Brent Painter.

Just north of the Commons, a vacant service station has been razed. Plans call for it to be replaced by Architectural Justice – a kitchen and bath showroom and café. Between that corner and the Historical Village, a new retail center will encompass a revitalized strip and a new plaza on adjacent land that was recently cleared. The new complex will include shops and restaurants such as Hot Head Burritos and River Dog Café, a gourmet hot dog and sandwich shop. The former Giant Eagle building at SouthPark mall, Painter said, is being retrofitted by the mall’s owner, the Starwood Group, into an eight-tenant retail center called The Commons at SouthPark. The building is expected to include retailers and restaurants when it opens in May 2016. The location was vacated when Giant Eagle moved into its new Market District store on Pearl Road, south of Shurmer Road, in October 2014. New development on the southern portion of Pearl Road was made possible by the recently widening of the road between Shurmer and Boston roads. In 2016, major repairs will be made on Pearl Road between Shurmer and the Cleveland Metroparks.

Mayor Perciak and the Strongsville Chamber of Commerce celebrate Goodyear ribbon cutting.

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Chamber of Commerce

Strongsville Chamber of Commerce Celebrates 75th Anniversary The Strongsville Chamber of Commerce is celebrating its 75th

anniversary this year! Amy Ferree, the Chamber's executive director, states that the organization has continued to provide its members opportunities vital to the success of their businesses. The Chamber gives you a business partner and an additional voice in the economic growth of our region and also provides members with an opportunity to be a part of the framework of the community as it continues to grow. The Chamber offers a convenient way to meet new people, locate business opportunities, and access a vast array of information. A city prospers by community-wide cooperation. So will you! The signature events for the Strongsville Chamber of Commerce are the annual

Scholarship Dance Committee: Gregg Finkler, Dance Chairman, Amy Ferree, Doug Kawiecki and Mike Kalinich, Dance Co-Chairmen, Rich Baldin, Cortney Kalfas, and Matt Finkler.

Homecoming Festival and the Holiday Scholarship Dance. Money raised from the Strongsville Homecoming Festival benefits numerous Strongsville organizations and community events, such as the Achievement Centers for Children – Camp Cheerful, Fall Festival, Arts in Strongsville, Community Band, Ehrnfelt Recreation Center programs, Historical Society, Strongsville’s July 4th fireworks display, Winter Wonderland, the building of the Strongsville Food Bank and many more. The Chamber has been sponsoring the Holiday Scholarship Dance for 48 years with the proceeds going to fund scholarships for Strongsville High School seniors and donations made to the Polaris Education Foundation and the Sts. Joseph and John Schools Media Center. This past spring the Chamber funded scholarships for 20 students with proceeds from the dance. For the past several years, the Chamber has contributed the highest number of scholarships, with the highest dollar value, of any local organization. By far, the best opportunities

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come from the Chamber’s membership services. All members of the Chamber receive emails and newsletters to keep them abreast of current Chamber news. Members have a listing in our web membership directory, and when contacted about companies who provide certain services, we only refer those on our membership list. Membership has its benefits, which include Monthly Luncheon meetings, Business After Hours events, Women in Business meetings, Business Expo, and Strongsville Young Professionals Events. All are great opportunities to network with the business community. The Chamber also provides opportunities for members to send email blasts to the membership and post job openings and special events on the Chamber website. Group discounts for health insurance and Workers Compensation are available through NOACC (Northern Ohio Chamber of Commerce). The Strongsville Chamber of Commerce is located at 18829 Royalton Road, just across from the Commons. For more information, call 440-238-3366 or visit www.strongsvillechamber.com. Contact us and join the Chamber today! At the Strongsville Chamber of Commerce we are “Taking Care of Business!”


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Education Strongsville City Schools

Dear Parents and Community Members: It is my honor and privilege to serve as the Strongsville City Schools’ Superintendent. Our district serves over 5,400 students and is composed of one preschool, six elementary schools (K-6), two middle Strongsville’s Elementary students learning to use technology. schools (7-8) and one high school (912). In August 2016, we will open our efforts are paying off by exceeding brand new Strongsville Middle School interest of our students. We need you our internal benchmarks, as well as serving students in grades 6-8 and as a partner for our district to continue being recognized by the state Board of complete the renovation of Strongsville our work in reaching our shared goal Education for our improvement efforts High School in February 2017. We have of excellence for our students and on our state report card. However, these community. already completed renovations to our recent gains are not enough. preschool, provided critical repairs and upgrades to our elementary buildings I look forward to working with our For this school year, we are focused on and infused up-to-date technology in parents and community in the coming enacting our comprehensive vision and all buildings for all students. All of this year and if I can be of any assistance, strategic plan for the district: Strong is made possible through your support please contact me at 440-572-7010 or Schools 2020. Through this plan, we of our $81 million Bond project to cryba@scsmustangs.org. You can also provide enhanced learning facilities and will continue building a district of visit our website (www.strongnet.org) excellence and innovation. This plan opportunities for our students. for additional will be built on the foundation of information about academic emphasis, collective trust, and our district and In Strongsville City Schools, we are shared accountability. We will continue driven toward providing an innovative schools. our drive in becoming a premier district educational experience that meets in the region and state. the current and future needs of our Go Mustangs! students, parents, and community. We Our goal at Strongsville City Schools is are rebuilding trust. We are rebuilding to build and strengthen a collaborative strong partnerships within our district Cameron M. Ryba atmosphere and we are dedicated and city. As we have demonstrated Superintendent Cameron M. Ryba, to always working toward the best over the past two years, our collective Strongsville City Superintendent Schools

Then: One of the 1st School buses circa 1931. Today: Strongsville City Schools has 71 total buses with 61 routes, 75 bus drivers, 5 bus aides, 4 mechanics and a head mechanic. Pictured is driver John Gasparro. Photo: Scott Benson, Strongsville Schools

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Strongsville Chamber of Commerce Grants Annual Scholarships The Strongsville Chamber of Commerce

holds their annual Holiday Scholarship Dance every year in early December. This event has become the unofficial kickoff to the holiday season in Strongsville. The Front Row (left to right): Tatiana Fitzgerald, Hanna Mott, Kaylee Hopkins, Ashynn Snyder, Nicole Gaydos, Sandra Alrabady, Brooke Anderson, Selena Condeni, Samantha DeTullio, Hannah Singerline, Taylor Chamber has been Stroemple, Hayley Hammerstrom, Katie O’Malley. sponsoring this dance Second Row: Dr. Raymond Mason, Mr. Jeff Smutek, Nicholas Hader, Gregory Heiser, Trevor Salvage, for the last 48 years Quienton Reed, Ethan Willett, Mark Lipovits, Adam Fader, Timothy Doyle, Charles Goss, Alex Ruch, David Mayell, Noah Sheppard, Jeffrey Geiss, Mr. Doug Kawiecki, Mr. Greg Finkler. with proceeds going to fund college and School. This past spring, the Chamber be held on December 2, 2016! military scholarships for graduates funded scholarships for 20 students with of Strongsville High School, Polaris proceeds from the dance. Save the Congratulations to the 2015 scholarship Career Center, and a donation to the date for the next dance, which will recipients! Media Center at Sts. Joseph and John

Cuyahoga County Public Library Creating an Environment of Lifelong Learning By visiting the

Strongsville Branch, you have access to one of the nation’s finest public library systems. We’re focused on being the center of community life for you and your family while remaining dedicated to creating an environment where reading, lifelong learning and civic engagement thrive. Our professional, experienced staff looks forward to assisting you on your next library visit. Stop in and browse our large collection of books, magazines, large print titles, audiobooks, CDs, DVDs, video games and more. Try a title from our digital collection where you can find eBooks, magazines, streaming music and movies available for: eReader/ tablet/ smart phone/ PC/ and laptop. Using our research resources, you can learn a language, repair your car, print a legal form, take a class and much, much more. Need career guidance or help with your job

deductible dues and donations. We also have search? Our CCPL Career Center can assist. a Student Friends group that helps with library Interested in attending great programs or projects. Please come in and check us out. book discussions? Pick up a flyer with systemYou’ll be amazed to discover the wide-ranging wide offerings. We have specialized services services that we offer to our community. for teens and children. Looking for a good read? Get personalized recommendations at cuyahogalibrary.org. Traveling out of the country? Apply for a passport at your local Branch any day of the week. Homebound? Sign up for Library2U, Stop in and pick up an application today! a free mail service for qualified County residents. Looking BOOK SALE DATES: to volunteer? Join March 5th – 7th & September 10th – 12th the Friends of the Library. They support Strongsville Branch library programs and 18700 Westwood Drive / 440.238.5530 activities through You can find daily deals in our ongoing sale area. Visit cuyahogalibrary.org. book sales, tax

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Education

Rigorous, Diverse, Student Focused Programs • Approximately 5,400 students participate in an exciting classroom atmosphere supported by an accredited, comprehensive curriculum, diverse student activities and clubs, engaging teachers, and committed support staff • Award winning instructional, instrumental, and vocal programs • A comprehensive high school curriculum, including nineteen (19) Advanced Placement course offerings and eighteen (18) Honor Courses • 93% of students complete the college core curriculum • College admission test scores above state and national average • Four (4) High School National Merit Scholar Semi-Finalists in the past five (5) years

2016 Strongsville City Schools Calendar Jan. 4, 2016.............. School Resumes Jan. 18, 2016............ Martin Luther King Day-NO SCHOOL Feb. 3, 2016.............. Elem. Parent/Teacher Conference-NO SCHOOL Elementary Feb. 10, 2016............ Sec. & Preschool Parent/Teacher Conference NO SCHOOL Sec. & Preschool

• Athletics: State and Regional championships in boys’ and girls’ sports

as well as critical repairs and upgrades to elementary buildings • Contemporary athletic facilities • Up-to-date technology providing The School Community Connection secure wireless access to school and student devices, interactive • Over 82% of faculty have earned a whiteboards in classrooms, over Master’s Degree 3,000 Chromebooks for student • Nationally Board Certified and state use and continuous professional designated Master Teachers on staff development on the integration • Supportive and involved residents of technology into our learning and business community environment. • Multi-faceted community • Increasing efficiencies by eliminating engagement programs • Online access to student progress and six (6) buildings and repurposing of one (1) building to save resources performance reporting and maximize educational offerings. Allen closed in 2010, Zellers closed in Facilities 2015 and repurposed as • Safe and well-maintained facilities and grounds include a preschool, six Administrative Offices, and Drake, neighborhood elementary schools (K- Albion, Center, OPS, and the Board Office will be closed in 2016. 6), two middle schools (7-8), and a high school (9-12) with planetarium • Building a new middle school (6-8) to Finances • School district is the largest employer open August 2016 in the City of Strongsville • Currently renovating Strongsville • 81 mill bond issue passed November High School, to be completed 2012 for construction/renovation February 2017 projects • Completion of preschool renovation

District Finances Where We Are ...

Feb. 15, 2016............ Presidents' Day NO SCHOOL March 11, 2016........ End of Third Quarter March 21-25, 2016... Spring Break NO SCHOOL May 15, 2016........... High School Commencement May 20, 2016........... Last Day of School Early Release

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Purchased Services, 9.1% Materials & Supplies, 3.3% Equipment, 0.8% Other Objects, 5.1% Community School Deduction, 1.4% Salary & Benefits, 80.3% > Exploring medical insurance and prescription consortiums > Reviewing and reinstating selected co- and extra-curricular activities > Reduction of student fees


Tri-C’s Numbers Speak Volumes For more than 50 years, Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) has provided high-quality and affordable education to Cuyahoga County residents.

The first and largest community college in Ohio, Tri-C enrolls nearly 60,000 students each year and offers various college courses and community programs appealing to students of all ages. More than 85 percent of Tri-C students live and work in Northeast Ohio after graduation.

Over the past five years, 41,000 Tri-C graduates have transferred to four-year universities. Two locations serve Strongsville residents: Western Campus at 11000 Pleasant Valley Road, Parma; and Brunswick University Center (BUC) at 3605 Center Road, Brunswick. In addition to offering associate degrees, BUC provides bachelor’s degrees in

criminal justice, accounting, forensic accounting, business administration and management leadership through partnerships with Tiffin University and Franklin University. BUC is also now offering professional development classes for working professionals. For more information about Tri-C, call 216-987-6000 or visit www.tri-c.edu.

Tri-C students save thousands of dollars. Students enroll in the same general education courses offered at four-year colleges at a fraction of the cost, and high school students who are enrolled in College Credit Plus earn college credit the same time they are earning high school diplomas.

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Education

Midpoint Campus Center Where Students Find Success Midpoint Campus Center is where local college students are finding success. Since 2009, more than 1,900 students have completed over 16,000 credit hours at the Brunswick location that houses both Lorain County Community College and the University of Akron.

A wide variety of classes are offered at Midpoint, including full certifications, associate and bachelor’s degrees. Students have completed degrees in nursing, business, and organizational supervision by combining what is offered at Midpoint with online courses. Activity professional training is also popular at Midpoint. Class offerings are also very attractive to the College Credit Plus students, who are able to take classes at Midpoint and still participate in activities at the high school due to our close proximity. Midpoint is a full service center for UA and LCCC including advising, registration, testing, computer labs and tutoring. Room rentals are also available for groups and businesses. For more information call 330-225-0042 or visit www.midpointcampus.com.

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Strongsville Business & Community Leaders First Row (left to right): Dane Donaldson, Agent, State Farm Insurance; Robert Pavlik Jr., Owner, Brookway Hearing Center; Christine Kasidonis, Kasidonis Heating and Cooling Inc.; Nancy and Greg Filo, Owners, Gregory Filo Jewelry Design; Fred LoSchiavo, Owner, Antonio's Pizza; John J. Urban, Attorney at Law, Ltd.; Amy Ferree, Executive Director, Strongsville Chamber of Commerce; Shauna Riehl, General Manager, Trivs Restaurant. Second Row: Steve Kasidonis, Owner, Kasidonis Heating & Cooling Inc.; Kevin D. Hopkins, MD, Medical Director, Cleveland Clinic Strongsville Family Health and Surgery Center; Kimberly Corrigan, Administrator, Pearlview Rehab & Wellness Center; Lena Knight, Coordinator, Midpoint Campus Center; Thomas P. Perciak, Mayor, City of Strongsville; Dr. Milton Ntragatakis, Owner, Brunswick KiDDS Laser Dentistry; Eileen and Jim Smalley, Owners, New Creation Interiors; Jeanine Hammack, Owner, Fornelli Cleaning; Deborah Borowske, Director, Hospice Services of Southwest General. Third Row: Nancy Nebenzahl, OT and Owner, Hands-On Physical Therapy Specialists; Paul Psota, CEO, Altenheim Senior Living; Tom Laub, Vice President of Client Services, Medical Mutual; Jerry Zemlicka, Branch Manager, Century Federal Credit Union; Anne Murphy, Membership Director, Weymouth Country Club; Matt Croft, Owner, Strongsville Mini-Storage; Janice and Terry DeLap, Owners, The Cleaning Authority; Dr. Janice Taylor Heard, Interim President, Cuyahoga Community College’s Western Campus and Brunswick University Center. Fourth Row: Jim Heiser, Owner, Bullseye Activewear; Dr. Patrick McCluskey, Owner, Timber Ridge Neck & Back Pain Clinic; Cameron Ryba, Superintendent, Strongsville City Schools; Rev. Dave Scavuzzo, Strongsville United Methodist Church; Sandy Croft, Owner, Strongsville Mini-Storage; Mark and Jana Florek, Owners, Budget Blinds. Fifth Row: Kyle Peterson, General Manager, Shinto Japanese Steakhouse; John and Deb Vermillion, Owners, Comforcare Homecare Services. Missing from Photo: Dr. William Aerni, William Aerni DDS; Terri Hradek, Director, Cuyahoga Community College's Brunswick University Center; Betty Kemper, Owner, Kemper House. Photo Location: Medical Mutual, Strongsville. Photographer: Andrea Bartel, Beverly David Photography.

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Aerni Dental

Something to Smile About Their mission is simple: to provide exceptional dental care in a professional, up-to-date environment. This is achieved by time well spent listening to and educating patients concerning their dental needs and goals, and by bringing the best care, technology, and solutions to every situation. Whatever your dental needs, you will find everything right here. That’s because Dr. Aerni, a general dentist for 24 years, is continually furthering his education beyond general dentistry into the fields of orthodontics, surgery and dental implants. Dr. Aerni is a firm believer in preventative care. In order to maintain healthy teeth, you need to control infections and forces in your mouth on a daily basis. Periodontal health is critical to ensure longterm healthy gums, teeth, and bone. In recent studies, periodontal disease was recognized in 70% of the adult population. These inflammatory responses can increase risks for cardiovascular disease, stroke, premature births, prostatitis, osteoporosis, diabetes, and respiratory diseases. Dr. Aerni’s protocol for many years has included an annual comprehensive periodontal assessment as part of each patient’s care. Dr. William Aerni was born and raised in Northeast Ohio. He is a graduate of St. Ignatius High School and received his undergraduate degree from Baldwin Wallace College. He then attended dental school at Case Western Reserve University and began practicing dentistry in 1988. In 1996, he became certified at the Midwest Implant Institute at CWRU. While there, he earned the Robert James Award in recognition of the extern who personally devoted and dedicated himself to the pursuit of excellence in general dentistry and implantology. The Academy of Gp Orthodontics is where he furthered his studies in adult and child orthodontics in 2003. Dr. Aerni uses the Tip Edge Orthodontic System, which involves the proven theory that lighter forces move teeth faster and more effectively, resulting in a more patient-friendly orthodontic experience.

“Our orthodontic patients visit us every 8 weeks versus every 4-6 with traditional orthodontics.” Most importantly, headgear and Herbst appliances are not needed to fully correct a person’s bite. With advanced technology, Dr. Aerni offers the highest level of dental care. He uses digital radiology, a state-of-the-art conebeam CT scan, and Cerec CAD/CAM for crowns. These crowns can be done in one appointment. Advances with dental implants allow for replacement of single teeth, multiple teeth and can stabilize loose fitting partials or dentures. Also available are immediate function implantsupported dentures, such as the All-on-4 procedure for replacing an entire arch of teeth and/or failing dentures. This new surgical technique can be performed in one day versus multiple surgeries over a period of time. For the anxious or nervous patient, Dr. Aerni uses conscious sedation. As the name implies, the patient remains fully conscious and able to respond to questions while sedated enough to be unaware of the treatment. Here’s what one patient had to say about his experience at Aerni Dental: “I thought you did a wonderful job on my first procedure. But, after coming back for another procedure...”Merriam Webster” doesn’t supply enough positive adjectives to describe what an outstanding job you and your staff did. After only a few hours, I’m totally in shock over how good I feel. I’m also trying to decide if I’m seeing things in the mirror: I swear my smile looks better now than it has for the last 60 years. Thank you so much for the job you did. I am so pleased. You’re my dentist for life. -Jim S.

Dr. William Aerni

Aerni Dental is located at 11177 Pearl Road in Strongsville. The Aerni Dental Team can help you with your preventative, restorative, surgical and orthodontic needs. Visit our website at www.AerniDental.com or call 440-238-6141 to schedule an appointment for a consultation to address your specific needs. 22 2 2

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Excellence in Pediatric Dentistry We are putting Brunswick on the map!

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xciting things are happening at Brunswick KiDDS Laser Dentistry!!!! We are now the only pediatric dental office in a 200-mile radius equipped with SOLEA laser technology to treat infants for lip and tongue ties as early as two days old without the need for sedation or general anesthesia. We are also thrilled to announce the addition of Dr. Brittany Heffernan to our team! Born and raised in Northeast Ohio, Dr. Brittany received her dental degree from The Ohio State University and completed her residency in pediatric dentistry, earning a certificate of advanced graduate study, from Lutheran Medical Center. Dr. Brittany resides in Strongsville with her husband, Dr. John Heffernan, who is also a dentist in the area.

KiDDS is an expansion to our location. More waiting room space and five additional clinical chairs will allow us to better meet our patients’ needs! We appreciate the support the community has shown us and we will remain dedicated to serving our patients utilizing the latest technology, continuing education, convenient payment options, customer service and of course, a SMILE!!!

Another exciting addition to Brunswick

To find out more or to make an appointment for evaluation, call 330-220-6363 or visit BrunswickKiDDS on Facebook. Brunswick KiDDS Laser Dentistry is located at 1824 Pearl Road in Brunswick • www.brunswickkidds.com www.Strongsville.org

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RESTAURANT & LOUNGE

“Embodies the Big City Dining Experience with an Inviting, Small Town Feel” Located in the heart of Strongsville, Triv’s restaurant offers big flavor steaks and chops, fresh seafood daily, and enormous lobster tails-all matched with an extensive wine list and unique hand-crafted cocktails. Whether you are looking for a fun and happening atmosphere with live entertainment in the lounge or a cozy dinner with that someone special in our dining room, you can have it all at Trivs. The menu is filled with generously portioned dishes that are simultaneously imaginative and classic. The lunch and dinner menus change seasonally to feature the areas freshest local ingredients. The Chef aims to please and is happy to accommodate special requests or needs to ensure that every guest receives the best possible dish. The casual elegance of the dining room is coupled with uncompromising service from the helpful staff as well as the hands-on owner, Mike Trivisonno Jr. He is not only the owner but the man behind a guarantee that you will have a truly unparalleled experience every night. Although it may seem tucked away, Trivs is in fact a hidden gem with much to offer. The restaurant has multiple areas to cater to all different styles of dining. The private dining room is an elegant yet energetic space to host your special events, business meetings, showers, rehearsal dinners, or any day that is special to you. Trivs also includes a large enclosed, heated patio that is open year round. Not only does Trivs boast some of the best food in town, but its lounge area is also quite a draw. Trivs offers a great happy hour menu including six dollar martinis, glasses of wine and appetizers, making it a perfect after work stop to relax, listen to music and meet with friends or to make new ones! Wednesday through Saturday Trivs hosts an eclectic mix of musicians adding to the ambiance of their contemporary bar. This local restaurant seeks to provide diners with a wonderful dining experience, not just a great meal.

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Begin Your Life at Weymouth Country Club!

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here once was a little blonde girl that learned how to swim and golf, develop meaningful relationships, and eventually fell in love at Weymouth Country Club. That same young girl now enjoys the Club with her family, carrying on the traditions and friendships she has built a lifetime around.

Weymouth Country Club 3946 Weymouth Rd., Medina Perfectly situated in the seat of Medina County and conveniently located on State Route 3, one mile from Interstate 71.

Weymouth’s Amenities: • Championship Golf Course • Olympic-Size Heated Pool • Family & Junior Golf Memberships • Corporate Memberships

• Social and Social Golf Memberships • Year-Round Fine Dining • 24-Hour Fitness Center • Full Calendar of Social Activities, Networking, and Events

Call Anne Murphy for Membership Information and Specials at 330.725.6297, ext. 229 or email amurphy@arcisgolf.com

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Anne Murphy, Membership Director and Brian Wolbers, GM

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Altenheim Senior Living STRONGSVILLE’S PREMIER SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY & hOME hEaLTh CaRE PROVIdER

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ltenheim Senior Living, located in Strongsville, is the premier not-for-profit retirement community in Northeast Ohio. Altenheim provides a wide spectrum of award-winning senior living services, including short-term rehabilitative therapies after a hospital stay, memory care, long-term nursing, assisted and independent living, and home health care. US News & World Report has rated Altenheim Skilled Nursing & Rehab as one of Ohio’s Best Nursing Homes. In addition, Altenheim has been awarded the five-star rating from the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services based on overall performance in health inspections, nurse staffing, and quality measures. Shurmer Place at Altenheim just recently added twenty-five additional independent and assisted living apartments. Shurmer Place offers luxurious two bedroom, one bedroom and efficiency apartments, and attendant amenities and services that enable residents to live without a care. The State of Ohio has declared Shurmer Place deficiency free again with respect to its most recent surveys for both life safety and resident care. Altenheim Senior Living has leveraged its expertise by expanding services to include home health care. Altenheim Home Health

Care, a name trusted in the community, is now accepting patients and has been awarded Community Health Accreditation Partner (CHAP) re-accreditation, reflecting Standards of Excellence. CHAP accreditation demonstrates that Altenheim meets the industry’s standards. Rigorous evaluation by CHAP focuses on structure and function, quality of service and products, human and financial resources, and long term viability. In the privacy and comfort of your own home, Altenheim provides physical, occupational and speech therapies, skilled nursing, wound care, *photo from diabetes management, cover photo shoot infusion therapy, nurse aide services, and social services. to be placed here Altenheim Home Health Care is a Medicare certified provider and accepts most major insurances. For more information contact 440-6383186. Live well, live at home with Altenheim! Paul Psota, CEO

For more information on Altenheim Senior Living call 440-238-3361 • Visit their campus at 18627 Shurmer Road • www.altenheim.com

Brookway Hearing Center

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HELPING PEOPLE RECOVER THE GIFT OF HEARING nowledge is power. Robert Pavlik Jr., founder and owner of Brookway Hearing Center, believes the more you know, the less people can take advantage of you.

“Hearing instruments are very important in maintaining a person’s daily quality of life,” says Robert, a Nationally Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist and an Audioprosthologist. “Before our patients purchase hearing instruments, we want them to be educated enough to make the absolute best choice.” When determining the ideal hearing instruments for you, Robert and Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist Susan Turano consider a variety of personal factors, such as: *What is your specific hearing deficiency? *What is your lifestyle? *Cosmetic factors? *Practical considerations? *What is your budget? “Every person is different and everybody has different wants and needs,” Robert emphasizes. “It’s our job to evaluate your individual needs.” While pledging to fit their patients with the best device, Robert also promises to make people feel like they’re a part of the family. When you visit Brookway, you start with a complimentary hearing screening during which a computerized test simulates real-

life situations, like a quiet conversation and the noise you hear while at a crowded restaurant or family celebrations. “Not only is everybody’s hearing ability different, but so is the way they want to hear,” Robert explains. “For example, one person may want to hear birds chirping while another person may not want to hear them. Today’s hearing instruments can be customized according to that individual’s personal preference.” “At Brookway,” Robert explains, “you don’t just purchase hearing aids. Our hearing instruments include followup adjustments and exams for the life of the device. Our high standard of care is just one of the qualities that Susan Turano, NBC-HIS and Robert Pavlik Jr., NBC-HIS, ACA, sets us apart.” Audioprosthologist and Owner

You can schedule a complimentary, no-pressure hearing screening at Brookway by calling 440-572-9929. Brookway Hearing Center is located at 11180 Pearl Road, in Strongsville. Visit the website at www.BrookwayHearing.com for more information. StrongsvilleImage ImageBook Book&&Community CommunityGuide Guide| |2016 2016 226 6 Strongsville


Jana and Mark Florek STYLISH WINDOW TREATMENTS START HERE

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welve years ago, Jana Florek was looking for a challenging new adventure and a life change. With an eye for color, a flair for home decorating and an interior design degree, she found Budget Blinds. Having a desire to succeed, a strong work ethic and an excellent business plan, she entered the franchise world. The first few years brought her rapid growth and Jana quickly outgrew the “home based business” concept. Joined by her husband, Mark, the next step was to open a showroom in Strongsville. While shop-at-home is still the main staple of the business, the showroom is a place where people can go to see the latest products. With customer service being a top priority, the amount of repeat and referral business amazes the couple. Thanks to the backing of Budget Blinds, the largest window covering company of its kind in the country, Mark and Jana can offer the best products, with the best warranties, yet still provide the comfort and security of working with a locally-owned family business. Mark and Jana are constantly working to offer the newest in shades, blinds, shutters and drapery. Cordless blinds,

motorized shades, and the newest in fabrics and styles are just some of the never ending changes in the window treatment industry. Jana & Mark Florek, Owners

Give Budget Blinds a call at 440-572-2480 to set up your free in-home consultation or stop by their showroom at 14761 Pearl Road in Strongsville • www.budgetblinds.com

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ince 1992 the staff at Bullseye Activewear and Promotions has provided marketing and branding solutions to all kinds of customers. Bullseye prides itself on taking care of its customers whether they are a small start-up company, a family-owned business, school, non-profit, fortune 500 company or a professional sports team - the attention to detail is the same. “We offer our customers a wide range of promotional products and print services. Custom apparel, either screen printed or embroidered, is our specialty. We are fortunate to have stateof-the-art equipment, a large, organized production facility and knowledgeable, experienced staff,” states VP of operations Jim Heiser. “Our job is to make ordering promotional items easy and painless for our customers. Starting with the design, continuing through the garment selection and leading into production, packaging, fulfillment and ultimately, final distribution of the order,” Heiser explains.

Bullseye Activewear can be your “go to supplier” for all of your marketing, branding and uniform needs. Whether you are planning a class or family reunion, looking for team uniforms, embroidered apparel for your staff or giveaways for a golf outing or business event - Bullseye Activewear Inc. has got you covered!

Bullseye Team members - ready for the next custom project.

For all of your promotional needs, contact Bullseye Activewear at 330-220-1720. They are located at 2947 Nationwide Parkway in Brunswick • www.bullseyeactivewear.com www.Strongsville.org

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Jeanine Fornelli-Hammack FORNELLI CLEANING

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onesty, hard work and exceeding customer expectations have given Fornelli Cleaning its excellent reputation,” says Strongsville resident Jeanine Fornelli-Hammack. “I have been in the construction/commercial cleaning business for 10 years now. Quite a change from having spent years in the beauty industry,” she laughs. “ But it’s really all the same. Just a different business.” Having always wanted to start her own business, a unique opportunity came her way when a local contractor asked if she knew of a construction cleaning company. Without hesitation, she said “yes”, which led to the construction cleanup of a new 122,000 sq. ft. assisted living complex. Given a 5-star rating on that project, as well as other projects, led her to one of her proudest accomplishments: being awarded the construction cleaning of the South Park Plaza in Strongsville. Today Fornelli Cleaning has two divisions, one that does pre and post commercial construction cleaning and the other handles commercial cleaning. Jeanine attributes her success to

being hands-on and dedicated to getting the job done right. “Customers love that I personally monitor projects to make sure they get the “white glove treatment!” Jeanine’s business philosophy is simple: establish and retain highly satisfied customers by providing unparalleled service. This has proven to be sound for this femaleowned business, as most of her clients are repeat customers. Involved in the Strongsville Rotary Club, Jeanine fulfills her need to give back, as she believes that it is in giving that you receive.

Jeanine Fornelli-Hammack, Owner

To schedule a consultation with Fornelli Cleaning, call 440-725-3724.

Hands-On Physical Therapy Specialists CELEBRATING 14 YEARS OF PERSONALIZED CARE IN STRONGSVILLE

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fter years of working in hospitals and for a large national therapy provider, Occupational Therapist and Certified Hand Therapist Nancy Nebenzahl decided she wanted more for her patients than these settings offered. She wanted to provide personal, one-on-one care, where achieving patient goals and educating patients are the top priorities. In 2001, Nancy established an out-patient occupational and hand therapy practice, Hand Therapy Specialists, in Strongsville. She, along with another certified hand therapist, actively treated and helped people with injuries and surgeries of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand. Patients pleased with the skill level of the care they received soon began requesting physical therapy services. Physical therapy was added in 2007 to provide comprehensive care for their patients. Now known as Hands-On Physical Therapy Specialists, they are celebrating 14 years of providing exceptional, affordable therapy services to residents of Strongsville and the surrounding area. At Hands-On Physical Therapy Specialists, the goal remains to help patients return to their highest level of function. Nancy is proud of the staff she works with; all are highly skilled, seasoned

therapists who use innovative and creative treatments, such as Dry Needling and specific manual therapy techniques, to help patients with complex as well as common problems. Therapists perform a complete evaluation of each patient, provide handson one to one care, create a custom splint when necessary, and take pride in fully educating patients on home exercises and techniques to avoid repeat injury, since education is the best prevention. Patients have a choice where they can go for therapy; you do not have to stay within the system your doctor may be associated with. An independent practice like Hands-On Physical Therapy Specialists is much more affordable because there are no facility fees billed with therapy services. Nancy Nebenzahl, Owner

Hands-On Physical Therapy Specialists • 11925 Pearl Rd., Strongsville • 440-238-0300 • www.HandsOnPTS.com

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Kasidonis Heating and Cooling Inc. ALWAYS THERE FOR YOU asidonis Heating and Cooling Inc., the popular yearround heating, cooling and plumbing specialists have served commercial and residential customers in Cuyahoga, Medina and Summit County for 20 years.

“We treat our customers like we would want to be treated—with honesty and fairness and reasonable prices,” says Steven Kasidonis, who owns and operates the company along with his wife, June. “We charge the same low hourly rate no matter what time of day it is, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.”

over a year, it’s time. “All it takes is dust particles on the burner, carbon build-up on your flame sensor, or a dirty filter to shut down your system when you need it most,” June cautions. If your current system needs replacing, Kasidonis provides FREE ESTIMATES. “Also, we like to spend time and go over with customers our air quality control products, like the SCRubbER that attaches seamlessly to your heating and cooling units duct work. It is the only product that will clean, deodorize and purify your indoor air.”

Kasidonis Heating & Cooling is a proverbial one-stop shop for heating, cooling and plumbing. The HVAC division can help you with any issue involving furnaces, air conditioning, heat pumps, boilers, base board heating, humidifiers, gas conversions, gas lines or mini split systems. And their plumbing division can help you with any hot water tank, clogged sink or other plumbing needs.

Licensed, bonded, insured and certified, Kasidonis has earned the Super Service Award for the last 6 years with Angie’s List and a Gold Star Award with bbb. Call us at 330-220-8125 and mention this article to get Your New 10% off any A/C or furnace service call, or have unit Photo will go cleaned and checked for $69. here Kasidonis - WHERE FRIENDS REFER FRIENDS.

If you haven’t had your furnace or a/c units cleaned and tuned in

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It’s this type of customer service that sets Kasidonis apart from other HVAC companies and why the company has grown exponentially over the past two decades.

Steve Kasidonis, Owner and Christine Kasidonis

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Kemper House Strongsville PROVIDING OUTSTANDING DEMENTIA CARE IN A FAMILY-LIKE ATMOSPHERE

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hen Betty Kemper’s mother-in-law was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in the early 1980s, her family quickly discovered there were very few alternatives for them as her disease progressed. Betty’s firsthand experiences with Alzheimer’s, along with her knowledge as a registered nurse, led her to develop one of the first care programs in the country which separated those with dementia from those requiring skilled nursing care. Located at the corner of Albion and Prospect, Kemper House Strongsville was built in 1998 and provides special care and appropriate living environments for persons diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. The sole purpose for Kemper House is to provide outstanding dementia care in a residential, family-like atmosphere.

to maintain an individual’s dignity and abilities. Kemper House is one of the few places that cares exclusively for residents with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia for the rest of their lives in a residential setting. Kemper House also provides adult daycare, home care and short-term respite for seniors and caregivers. The City of Strongsville and everyone in the community have always embraced Kemper House. The staff at Kemper House is known for providing very special care for residents and they look forward to continuing to earn the fine reputation they have earned.

Kemper House and its Kemper Komplete program is actually a “way” of caring for memory impaired older adults. They strive Betty Kemper, RN, Owner

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Jim and Eileen Smalley New CreatioN iNteriors

orking with an experienced interior designer is cost-effective and can actually save money by helping you make the right choices the first time,” say New Creation Interiors owners Jim and Eileen Smalley. Eileen is a professionally-trained interior designer with over 30 years experience. Jim handles the myriad of details for the business. “New Creation Interiors is a full-service design studio featuring a wide selection of furniture, lighting, flooring, window treatments and the perfect accent pieces to pull it all together,” Eileen says. As local business owners, Jim & Eileen are grateful for the remarkable client base they have developed within the community, which over the years has expanded across Northeast Ohio and into other states. “We specialize in full-service interior and exterior design for both residential and commercial projects. Our clients count on us to offer beautiful design ideas, furniture and accessories, as well

as plans that incorporate some of their existing pieces. We can create a high-end look without breaking their budgets,” the duo explains. “We are your one-stop to provide all your interior and exterior needs. Every aspect of your project can be handled to exceed your expectations. Customer satisfaction is always our goal and referrals from satisfied clients are the main way we have grown our business,” Jim and Eileen say. “Our clients love our free, professional, inhome delivery and installation and our try it before you buy it program on in stock items,” they smile.

Owners Eileen and Jim Smalley

New Creation Interiors is located at 1655 Pearl Road, in Brunswick. Showroom hours are Monday and Friday, 10 - 5:30pm; Tuesday and Thursday, 10 - 8:30pm; Saturday 10 - 5:00pm; closed Wednesday and Sunday. Call 330-220-4442 or visit them on the web for additional inspiration at www.NewCreationInteriors.net

SHINTO JAPANESE STEAKHOUSE & SUSHI BAR A Strongsville Favorite Serves Up Fresh Japanese Cuisine and Great Atmosphere

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hinto isn’t just about the food. It’s all about the experience, says GM Kyle Peterson. The beauty of the decor, the uptempo music and the warmth and welcoming friendliness of the staff and the other customers add to the tantalizing taste on your tongue, appealing to your every sense. “You feel the energy when you walk in,” Kyle says. “You can come here to enjoy the entire evening out, starting with a great cocktail, a delicious dinner, then relax out on the patio. Shinto, which has become a Strongsville favorite since it opened in October 2004, offers a contemporary atmosphere, while featuring the best in sushi and Japanese cuisine-prepared hibachi style, if you like, by entertaining tableside chefs. The spacious, open environment makes Shinto inviting for people of all ages. Among the Shinto specialties is the Godzilla Challenge. For fifty dollars you can test your might on a five-plus pound sushi roll! If you finish within an hour, you will not only get it for free, but also get a $25 gift card for your next visit. Kyle says, “of the over 100 people to try it, only three have completed.”

Featured entrees at Shinto include center-cut Chateaubriand - served with homemade garlic butter - and juicy scallops. “We use only the freshest ingredients,” Kyle insists. “Our kitchen manager hand-picks all of his ingredients several times a week directly from the source.” Also, while you are at Shinto, be sure to enjoy a special martini or a Sake Bomb. “A restaurant itself is tables and chairs,” Kyle says. “The people and the atmosphere, like you find at Shinto, are what makes it special.”

Kyle Peterson, General Manager

Enjoy the Shinto experience at 17070 Pearl Road in Strongsville. Call 440-878-3868 or visit www.shintoexperience.com

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Strongsville Mini-Storage

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STASH YOUR STUFF WITH US!

he congenial mother and son team of Sandy and Matt Croft make Strongsville Mini-Storage more than a convenient place to store your stuff. A stop into their office is always welcome. They often ask potential customers to “make us your first stop!” Customers trust their household and business items to Sandy and Matt because of their fenced, well-lit, secure facility boasting clean and well-maintained units. “A lot of our long-time customers have become more like friends over the years and enjoy stopping in the office to simply say “hello” and visit for a few minutes. Our customers are the main reason we both love coming to work every day. We are proud to hear the many thank you’s from our customers for the excellent service we generously provide to all of them!” Believers in giving back to the community in which they live and serve, Sandy and Matt are both members of the Strongsville Chamber of Commerce. Sandy is also active in such organizations as the Rotary Club of Strongsville, which hosts the annual Chili Open, Strongsville Duck Race, and A Taste in Strongsville. Matt

continues to help the Rotary Club in some of their community activities, including their annual clothing drive. Strongsville MiniStorage is one of the drop-off points for the clothing which helps many families in the area. She is also a past member of the Arts in Strongsville, which hosts the annual Day at the Chalet. Matt has been a tremendous help in past years at the Day at the Chalet and was always found at his wellknown silver truck during this event, collecting food for the Strongsville Food Bank. Sandy and Matt are always willing to help in the community that has always been generous to both of them!

Sandy Croft, Owner & Matt Croft, Facility Manager

Stash your stuff with us at Strongsville Mini-Storage, 22802 Royalton Road. Call 440-846-0582 or visit our website at www.strongsvillestorage.com

Janice and Terry DeLap THE CLEANING AUTHORITY

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n business since 2007, The Cleaning Authority is owned and operated by Janice and Terry DeLap, who take pride in their service to busy families, road warriors and retirees. They believe “Life’s too short to clean your own home!” Their hundreds of clients served would agree.

The Cleaning Authority believes in clean homes and a clean earth. They use cleaning solutions that meet sustainable earth and environmentally responsible standards as measured by Green Seal, Inc., an independent, non-profit organization that provides scientific-based environmental certification standards.

The Cleaning Authority provides Strongsville and surrounding communities with a trustworthy, hard-working and conscientious cleaning service. They plan to continue serving their customers with the same enthusiasm and care that has made them a leader in the residential cleaning industry.

In 2015 Janice & Terry will coordinate their 8th annual Cleaning Authority food drive. With help from their clients and local businesses, they collect non-perishable food, clothing, and monetary contributions. Items collected this year will be distributed to St. Augustine’s Hunger Center and the food banks in Broadview Heights, Strongsville, and North Royalton.

Not only can their services be completely customized to your needs, but they are backed by their Detail-Clean Rotation System, which is exclusive to The Cleaning Authority. The premise is simple. The first two visits to your home will involve an intensive deep clean for your kitchen, bathroom(s), sleeping areas, and living areas. After that, we rotate our deep-cleans to ensure that no corner of your house gets ignored. The end result? A sparkling home year-round.

Terry and Janice DeLap, Owners

For more information, visit The Cleaning Authority at www.thecleaningauthority.com/broadviewheights or call 440-877-9808. www.Strongsville.org www.Strongsville.org

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n 1967, Fred’s father, Tony LoSchiavo, founded Antonio’s Pizza in Parma so that he could share his family’s favorite recipes with neighbors and friends in the community. In 2005, Fred decided to expand that legacy by forming LoSchiavo Restaurant Group with his two sons and co-owners, Vince and Anthony. With 50 years in business, they’ve grown to 10 Antonio’s locations throughout Greater Cleveland, plus a sister restaurant, Tony Maloney’s Pub & Pizza, that was added in 2008. Their mission is “to deliver exceptional restaurant experiences by building an organization where people are inspired to better their lives.” The LoSchiavos are excited to have gained more friends and neighbors over the years who have fallen in love with their original Italianstyle pizza, and many of Your their other classic Italian dishes, including their new Photo from Sicilian Square Pizza. cover photo Fred is grateful and puts it shoot goes simply, “our customers and here employees are the reason we have become the great American success story Vincent, Fred and Anthony LoSchiavo, Co-owners that we are today.” Take out, delivery & online ordering available at Antonio’s Strongsville location at 14232 Pearl Rd. • 440-878-1111 • www.antoniospizza.net

CENTURY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION

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ver wondered what the difference is between a credit union and a bank? A credit union is NOT a bank. It is an organization owned and directed by its members—not shareholders. As a member, you get all of the industry-leading products and services available at any large banking institution AND all of the perks of credit union membership including: • Lower service fees • Market leading savings and lending rates • A multitude of member discounts and benefits Most people are not aware of credit unions because credit unions align themselves with employers or organizations to ensure that accounts will be Your managed effectively and Century Photo from Federal is no different. You or your family member must be employed cover photo with one of the 300+ employer shoot goes groups to join. And once you are a here member, your membership is good for life, regardless of how long you continue to work for your current Jerry Zemlicka, Branch Manager employer. Century Federal Credit Union • 14244 Pearl Rd., Strongsville 216-535-3260 • www.cenfedcu.org

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Deb Vermillion RN, BSN, MHA, CSA and John Vermillion COMFORCARE HOMECARE SERVICES

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omForcare Homecare Services is pleased to be an In-Home care company with offices in Strongsville. Owners John & Deb Vermillion, who also live in Strongsville, enjoy using their healthcare experience to better serve their Homecare Clients; Deb, with her Nursing degree, and the expertise she has gained in patient care in her 34 years as a nurse, and John, with his 14 plus years in Medical Equipment. “We are very committed to Seniors Aging in Place in their homes, where they are most comfortable. It can be done very effectively with a Healthcare Team approach which we foster,” states Deb. They are also leaders in the care of clients with Dementia utilizing their Dementia Your Wise Certification Program. Eight Photo from hours of caregiver training makes ComForcare the best in caring for cover photo Alzheimer’s Clients. shoot goes Let Deb and her staff assist you and your loved ones to stay Home – Where the Heart is.

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John & Deb Vermillion, Owners

To find out more about maintaining seniors “LIVING THEIR BEST LIFE POSSIBLE”, visit 13315 Prospect Road, Strongsville or call 440-638-7001.

Kevin D. Hopkins, MD CLEVELAND CLINIC STRONGSVILLE FAMILY HEALTH AND SURGERY CENTER

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evin D. Hopkins, MD, Medical Director at Cleveland Clinic Strongsville Family Health and Surgery Center, is pleased that patients have access to primary and specialty care, as well as outpatient surgery and Express Care, in one convenient location. If specialty care is needed, Dr. Hopkins can refer patients to cardiologists, oncologists, orthopaedists and other specialists at Strongsville, and imaging and lab services are also onsite. Cleveland Clinic Express Care Clinic at Strongsville provides walk-in medical convenience for common health conditions, including cold and flu, ear and throat infections, and Your simple sprains and strains, seven Photo from days a week. cover photo Dr. Hopkins and his Cleveland Clinic Strongsville colleagues are proud of shoot goes a partnership they have established here with Strongsville City Schools to promote healthier lifestyles. Kevin D. Hopkins, MD

To make an appointment at Strongsville Family Health and Surgery Center, call 440.878.2500. To learn more, visit Clevelandclinic.org/strongsville. Cleveland clinic offers same-day appointments.


Greg and Nancy Filo GREGORY FILO JEWELRY DESIGN

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regory Filo Jewelry Design, located at 15308 Pearl Road (where Shurmer meets Pearl Road), has been serving Strongsville for over 20 years. Gregory, a master goldsmith, diamond setter and designer of fine jewelry for over 40 years, and his wife, Nancy, work directly with every customer providing one-on-one service helping them select the perfect diamond for an engagement ring or designing a future heirloom piece of jewelry. Because Filo Jewelry operates as part of a purchasing consortium with other independentlyowned jewelry stores nationwide, the store is able to purchase its pieces in volume. As a result, the store can pass the savings along to its customers. Filo Jewelry carries a large selection of engagement rings and wedding bands along with the latest trends in sterling silver and gold jewelry. Gregory and Nancy pride themselves on excellent customer service and customer satisfaction.

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Dane A. Donaldson - State Farm Insurance HELPING PEOPLE MANAGE THE RISKS OF EVERYDAY LIFE, RECOVER FROM THE UNEXPECTED AND REALIZE THEIR DREAMS

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f you have a family or are a senior citizen, Dane Donaldson’s State Farm office may be the perfect fit for you! Dane’s past 14 years with State Farm has taught him to serve these two key groups as they have the most insurance needs. Dane’s office is made up of seven full-time, fully-licensed and trained professionals with a combined 50 years of in depth insurance experience. This is just one of the many reasons why more than 3,100 families in NE Ohio trust them to be their agency of choice. Do you need coverage for home, auto, life, health, or your business? Stop in at 17026 Pearl Road in Strongsville, call them at 440-268-0600, view their website at www.danedonaldson.com or send an email to dane@sf007.net, You’ll be glad you did!

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Gregory Filo Jewelry Design is located at 15308 Pearl Rd. Contact them at 440-878-9744 or go to www.filojewelry.com for more information.

17026 Pearl Road • 440-268-0600 • www.danedonaldson.com

John J. Urban A PERSONAL APPROACH TO CLIENT NEEDS

Midpoint Campus Center HIGH QUALITY EDUCATION EQUALS STUDENT SUCCESS

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ohn’s approach with his clients is to listen and recommend what is best for them. A plan is developed, taking into consideration the clients concerns and needs, making sure that clients receive the necessary legal documents.

“Many times clients will come in and tell me they need a Trust because their friend has a Trust. If they don’t need a Trust, I’ll let them know the reasons why.” Clients realize rather quickly that John and his staff care about them. With over 39 years in the legal profession, services are provided in the areas of probate, trust administration, estate planning including the preparation of wills, trusts, powers of attorney and healthcare Your directives, real estate transations, and more. Photo from John’s office is located at 11221 Pearl Road in Strongsville. Call for an appointment. He has special AARP rates, house calls are available as well as select days for evening appointments.

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aking higher education accessible to people improves their chances of reaching their educational goals while taking care of job or family commitments,” said Lena Knight, coordinator at Midpoint Campus Center in Brunswick. Lorain County Community College (LCCC) and The University of Akron (UA) jointly bring quality higher education to the Strongsville area through the Midpoint Campus Center. Midpoint offers an associate of arts degree, an associate of applied business administration degree and several certificates from LCCC. The Your University of Akron offers a bachelor Photo from of organizational supervision (BOS) cover photo at Midpoint. Because of its class offerings and proximity to area high shoot goes schools Midpoint is also attracting here high school students to the College Credit Plus program. Lena Knight, Coordinator

John J. Urban, Attorney at Law

For more information or to schedule an appointment, go to www.jjurbanlaw.com or call 440-846-0000, ext. 227

Midpoint provides complete advising, enrollment and registration services along with computer labs and tutoring. For more information call 330-225-0042 or visit www.midpointcampus.com. www.Strongsville.org

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Pearlview Rehab & Wellness Center A PATIENT-CENTERED APPROACH TO WELLNESS

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earlview Rehab & Wellness Center is the area’s premier post-acute healthcare service provider named best nursing home by US News & World Report for the past few years. 87% of patients are able to return home after extensive physical, occupational, speech & recreational therapy with added care from the 24/7 team of amazing nurses. Pearlview’s goal is to return patients to normal life quickly, specializing in short term rehabilitation for strokes, heart failure, respiratory and orthopedic procedures such as hip fractures, knee replacements, general surgeries, wound care, and respite/ vacation stays. Stop by and check out our memory and long-term care services featuring a SNOEZELEN Multi-Sensory environment & certified Music & Memory program. The entire building has just been updated and features brand new homelike touches such as a massive fireplace in the new living room, grand lounge, fine dining room and spacious private rooms including free telephones, flat screen TV’s , cable and Wi-Fi. Kimberly Corrigan, Administrator

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ev. David J. Scavuzzo can really bring it — his Sunday messages are sincere and powerful — but “Pastor Dave” believes a church’s effectiveness results from its people, not its pulpit. The church he leads, Strongsville United Methodist, is fueled by a simple truth: God loves each of us, and we can share and experience that love in many cool ways. At SUMC, we enjoy turning faith into action -- hopping on a bus to feed the hungry, providing respite for families with special needs children, connecting with each other in dozens of small groups, trying not to pull our hamstrings in a community softball league, and much more. This isn’t an ad; it’s an invitation. If you’re searching for a welcoming church home, come check us out. The brick and mortar is at 13500 Royalton Road in Strongsville. The church, though, is inside us.

Let Our Family Care For Your Family 4426 Homestead Drive • 330-225-9121 • www.pearlviewcarecenter.com

SKILLED, COMPASSIONATE HOSPICE CARE IS AVAILABLE AT SOUTHWEST GENERAL

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ospice can be an incredibly difficult time for patients and their families,” says Deborah Borowske, DNP, RN, GCNS-BC, director, Hospice Services. “That’s why we embrace a holistic way of caring, providing dignity, comfort and compassion for those who could be experiencing life during their last months, weeks or days. We understand how important it is to put patients and their loved ones at ease,” adds Dr. Borowske, who also oversees the Thomas P. Perciak Family Residential Hospice, in Strongsville. Her team’s focus includes:

• 24/7 nursing support • Symptom relief • Comfort care • Expert clinicians, including nurses, spiritual care staff and specially trained volunteers who recognize and appropriately react to patient changes • Making sure the patient is surrounded by loved ones, all while maintaining an alert, pain-free experience • Additional support for patients and their family members • Special recognition for veterans

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For questions, call 440-816-5040. For comprehensive information about hospice care, visit swgeneral.com/hospice.

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Rev. David J. Scavuzzo STRONGSVILLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

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Dr. McCluskey Celebrates 23 Years t’s hard to believe that it’s been 23 years since my staff and I started Timber Ridge Neck and Back Pain Clinic. My, how time flies! We have run our clinic based on one very key principle that we’ve never strayed from.

Simply put... TAKE CARE OF OUR PATIENTS because these are the people who will take care of us. And, oh, how you’ve taken care of us! I truly believe that’s why we have survived while so many other clinics have closed throughout the years. We consider you a part of our Timber Ridge Family. Therefore, in this 23rd year anniversary season... we want to give THANKS to our patients who have always been there for us. So as a token of our appreciation we want to give Your you a ‘special’ gift just for coming by. Photo from When you come into the clinic during cover photo these anniversary days in 2016, pick up your... Free Gift! It’s our way to say shoot goes “thank you” for your support over all here these years. Much Love & Gratitude, Dr. Patrick McCluskey, Chiropractic Physician Dr. Patrick McCluskey

P.S. Ooops... I almost forgot. If you have never seen me and would like to become a new patient, simply give us a call at 440-884-0083 and we will give you your first day free. This is normally a $250+ value, but if you present a copy of this article before treatment, it’s yours free. *Medicare and federal insurance eligible for free personal consultation only. Excludes additional treatment.


COLLEGE LEADERS PROVIDE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES FOR STRONGSVILLE RESIDENTS

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r. Janice Taylor Heard, interim president of Cuyahoga Community College’s Western Campus and Brunswick University Center, has worked in higher education for 27 years. Before her appointment, she was the dean of academic affairs. She has also served as the associate dean of social sciences, assistant dean of academic affairs and director of counseling and psychological services. Prior to joining Tri-C, she held directorships at Cleveland State University and The University of Akron. She is currently a peer reviewer for the Higher Learning Commission. Terri Hradek, director of Brunswick University Center, has worked in higher education for more than 20 years. Before entering the education field, she owned and operated a franchise business in Northeast Ohio. Both Hradek and Heard work with Strongsville leaders, business owners and community organizations to match higher educational resources with community and business needs. For information on Cuyahoga Community College, call 800-954-8742 or visit www.tri-c.edu.

Tom Laub MEDICAL MUTUAL

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om Laub was Vice President of Client Services for Mutual Health Services, a subsidiary of Medical Mutual. Since retiring in 2013, he has continued to offer his expert knowledge of the health insurance industry as a consultant. Tom started his career in IT and auditing, spending 16 years at General Motors before taking a position with Sherwin Williams. In 1986, he joined Medical Mutual (then Blue Cross and Blue Shield of NE Ohio) as the Director of Technical Services. He went to Progressive for nine years in a similar role and then returned to Medical Mutual. Medical Mutual is the oldest and largest health insurance company based in Ohio. The company serves its customers with high-quality, affordable group and personal health insurance plans, and third-party Your administrative services. Photo from Since the Affordable Care Act was passed in 2010, Medical Mutual cover photo has seen substantial growth in the shoot goes individual business market. The here company recently expanded offerings in the senior market with new Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement plans. Tom Laub, VP of Client Services

For more information, visit MedMutual.com.

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Health & Wellness

Changes in Diet Can Improve Heart Health

Since 1995, U.S. News & World Report has ranked

Cleveland Clinic number one in America for heart care. That same publication ranks the Mediterranean diet as one of the top five best diets for heart health. Why? Statistics show people living in the countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea have fewer cardiovascular ailments and live longer.

Dr. Bryan Pace, Cardiologist

“Dietary changes can make a real difference,” says Bryan Pace, DO, a Cleveland Clinic cardiologist who sees patients at Strongsville Family Health and Surgery Center. “A recent study in the New England Journal of Medicine found that about 30% of heart attacks, strokes

and deaths from heart disease can be prevented in high-risk people if they switch to a Mediterranean diet.” Dr. Pace offers these recommendations: • Limit red meat to one meal each week and poultry to two meals. Eat two or more healthy fish entrees each week and have plant-based meals on other days. • Cook with olive or canola oil. • Choose rolled oats, barley, buckwheat or whole grain cereals. • Add dried beans to casseroles or use in place of meat entrées. • Snack on fruits, vegetables and nonfat yogurt. • Use egg substitutes or egg whites instead of whole eggs. • Take a brisk, 20- to 30-minute walk daily. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Pace, call 440.878.2500. Cleveland Clinic offers same-day appointments.

A family decision you can feel good about.

W hen your loved one requires assistance with their personal care and medications, yet wants an independent lifestyle, they’ll enjoy the caring atmosphere at SouthWest Commons.

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The Future of MRI is Wide Open Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is an advanced

diagnostic tool that allows physicians to see inside the body without using surgery. Unlike X-rays and CT scans, which use radiation to create images, MRI uses a magnetic field, radio waves and a computer to create detailed images of the internal organs and tissues. MRI images will help your physician diagnose your illness or injury and design a treatment plan. MRI is especially useful for evaluating conditions affecting the brain, muscles, joints, heart and other organs. The design of traditional MRI

We’re here for you, in your home or ours.

Hospice Services of Southwest General provides patients and their families comprehensive, holistic care in the comfort of their own home or at our residential hospice in Strongsville. Either way, our mission is to help provide dignity and meaning in the last days of life. Southwest General also provides extensive bereavement counseling to help families cope with and then adjust to life without their loved one. To explore all your hospice options, call 440-816-5040.

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equipment can be confining, making it difficult to accommodate large patients as well as those who are claustrophobic, experience anxiety or are handicapped. High Field Open MRI is a much less confining experience. Instead of being closed in during the exam, patients lie on an open table and can see around the room in all directions. Additionally, High Field Open MRI provides high quality digital images, which are read on-site by a board-certified interventional radiologist. If you or a loved one are a candidate for an MRI, High Field Open MRI services are available at the Strongsville Medical Center. To schedule an appointment, or for more information, call 440-863-4250. See our Ad on inside front cover.


Dry Needling: Getting to the Point Dry Needling is a technique used

dry needling are felt.

The technique involves inserting ultra fine needles, the same used in acupuncture, into the skin and soft tissues needing treatment. This fine needle creates a micro lesion and physical stretching of the tissues which triggers the body to bring cells into the area to promote healing of the injured tissues. Thus dry needling can reduce pain, improve blood flow and tissue extensibility, and reduce scar formation.

Because this highly effective form of Physical and Occupational Therapy is NOT acupuncture, your coverage for this treatment corresponds with your physical and occupational therapy insurance benefits, and is paid as such by your insurance company. Conditions that can benefit from Dry Needling include Athletic Injuries, Back/Neck Pain, Chronic/ Acute Pain, Fibromyalgia, Fractures and Tendon Injuries, Frozen Shoulder, Headaches, Hip/ Knee Pain, Muscle Spasms, PostSurgical Recovery,

for musculoskeletal pain, soft tissue injuries or inflammation and scar tissue formation. It is based on the scientific principles of neuroanatomy and can benefit many conditions.

For many people, the response to dry needling can be immediate and significant. Others may require a few sessions before the benefits of

Post Traumatic Injuries, Repetitive Strains/Sprains, Scar Adhesions, Sciatic Pain, Tennis Elbow and Other Tendinitis. Hands-On Physical Therapy’s trained and certified therapists have been performing this treatment for over 4 years with great success. They can be reached by calling 440-238-0300.

Our highly skilled therapists give you the attention you deserve: ONE TO ONE CARE EVERY VISIT

Specializing in Treatment of: Post Op Rehab, Acute Injuries & Chronic Conditions Hand and Wrist Fractures, Tendon Injuries Arthritis Total Hip & Total Knee Replacement Fibromyalgia Repetitive Strain Injuries Personal & Caring Environment All Insurances Accepted • Same Day Appointments Available

Jackie Frabell OT/CHT, Nancy Nebenzahl, OT/CHT, Carrie Hoffman, PT, Andrea Praschan, DPT, Susan Fister and Joanne Maxwell

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Taking care of you from head to toe 11925 Pearl Rd., Suite 202 • Strongsville Professional Building • 440-238-0300 • www.HandsOnPTS.com www.Strongsville.org

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Make sure you have the Health Insurance Coverage you Need It’s time to sign up for your health

insurance plan. That could mean getting yourself covered or shopping for a new plan.

At Medical Mutual, we’ve served Ohio for more than 80 years with a focus on providing people with the best health insurance available. That’s why we offer a variety of plans with different benefits, prices and deductibles to meet your needs. Open enrollment runs from November 1 through January 31, 2016 and we’d be glad to work with you. To get started, we can help you determine if you qualify for a subsidy

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from the federal government. Those who earn less than $45,960 for an individual and $94,200 for a family of four may qualify for a tax subsidy. Other subsidies may be available for those with lower incomes. Give us a call or visit www.medmutual.com to find out. Next, we can help you find plans that include your preferred doctors and hospitals. Different plans may include different networks of care providers. By visiting our web site or talking to us, you can find a plan with the doctors you already know and trust. Finally, we can help you determine

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what type of plan fits you best. A high deductible plan typically offers lower monthly costs but may require higher out-of-pocket expenses. A traditional co-pay plan will offer higher monthly costs but you’ll likely pay less out of pocket. It’s important to make sure you have good coverage. Give Medical Mutual a call at 877-328-4279 or visit www. medmutual.com/GetCovered to explore your options.


Senior Living

How Can Seniors Remain at Home Safely?

Everyone desires to remain in his or her own home,

rather than moving to an assisted living facility or nursing home. However, it is important to put things into place to ensure one can safely be cared for at home. Some seniors can live independently, while others require assistance. Seniors living independently are able to walk without loss of balance or risk of falls. They also have good judgment, safety awareness and can call for help or activate an emergency alert system without assistance. Those unsafe due to confusion, memory loss, poor judgment, shortness of breathe, complex medical conditions, or difficulties with walking need assistance to remain at home. Home care agencies can provide this additional help to seniors. Non-medical home care companies can assist with medication reminders, companionship, meal preparation, housekeeping, and errands. Skilled home care agencies provide nurses, therapists, and other health professionals to help seniors manage their illnesses, medications, and problems with mobility. Some agencies provide both non-medical and skilled home care, making it easier to coordinate services and to put a comprehensive plan in place to ensure improved health and safety. Altenheim Senior Living has expanded its services to include home health care. Altenheim Home Health Care, a name trusted in the community has been re-accredited through Community Health Accreditation Partner (CHAP) allowing them to keep you at home. Through the Standards of Excellence, Altenheim Home Health Care can provide you with physical, occupational and speech therapies, skilled nursing for disease management/wound care/infusion therapy, home health aide services and social worker services under the direction of your primary care physician. Altenheim Home Health Care is a Medicare certified provider and accepts most major insurances. We are looking forward to keeping you at home. For more information contact us at 440638-3186. Live well, live at home with Altenheim! Submitted by Mary Kinosh RN BSN, Administrator, Altenheim Home Health Care, 440-638-3186.

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What is my Home Worth? Are you wondering what the value of your home is in today’s market? If you have gone online, there seems to be numerous resources available to determine the value of

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your home. It can be really confusing considering that each site offers such dramatically different opinions of value and there is a reason for this. The values are based primarily on algorithms that use tax record data and recent sales. For a true pricing evaluation, it pays to hire a professional REALTOR®. Your agent has actually seen the properties that are being compared to yours and has the market experience to help you identify the differences between what is “on paper” and the actual marketability of a property based on many additional factors that are not considered by a computer program. Are you familiar with today’s buyer and what their needs are? Are you up-to-date on trends in the market? Are you familiar with the market as it relates to the desirability of  Continued on page 44

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certain types of properties over others in a particular market area? There are so many factors to consider. Let a REALTOR® help guide you through the pricing and marketing process. It pays to hire a professional! A recent National Association of REALTORS® study shows that the national average selling price for a home sold without the assistance of a REALTOR® is 13% less than those that use the services of a professional real estate agent!

How do Current Interest Rates Factor in?

If you are considering consulting a REALTOR® about a move in 2016, it’s a great time to sell your home! In this market of great, low interest rates…this just may be the best time! Today’s buyer qualifies for more than ever and just a 2% increase in interest rates can have a significant impact on your buyer’s buying power. For example, today a buyer may qualify for a mortgage of $200,000 and if the rates increased just 2%, that same buyer would qualify for just under $160,000.

Making your home more affordable now!

To request a copy of “The Real Estate Transaction in 180 Steps, What your REALTOR® does for You”, email marymizen-bruce@howardhanna.com or contact her at 440-823-8035.

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Secrets of Home Staging Highlight your home's strengths, downplay its weaknesses and make it appealing to prospective buyers with these homestaging tips. • When preparing your home for sale, get rid of clutter. Your house can look much larger, cleaner and more organized. • Furnish your space by moving furniture away from walls into cozy conversational groups, keeping in mind the traffic flow of your room, making your room feel larger. Don't be afraid to move furniture to another room for another purpose.

Stouffer Realty Inc. is recognized as a premier Broker for Luxury Residential properties, Vacant Land and Development as well as Commercial Real Estate. Promoting lifestyles, providing service excellence and producing exceptional results is the foundation of Stouffer Realty since 1997. Stouffer Realty has 8 Branch Offices with more than 170 sales professionals servicing Strongsville/Brunswick, Brecksville/Broadview Heights, Chagrin Falls/Solon, Medina/Lorain, Kent/Brimfield, Hudson/ Stow, Jackson Twp/Green, and Akron/Fairlawn local markets. Stouffer Realty has a unique spirit of cooperation, communication and collaboration among its Agents coupled with the tools, technology, training and support which makes us a Brokerage worthy of your consideration and one that is focused solely on your being #1. Stouffer Realty’s Strongsville office at 19670 West 130th St. is located at Bennett’s Corners bordering Strongsville, North Royalton, Brunswick and Hinckley.

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• Repurpose a cluttered storage room into something that will add to the value of your home. Adding a comfortable armchair and a small table and lamp in a stairwell nook will transform it into a cozy reading spot. • Great lighting can make a home look warm and welcoming. Increase the wattage in your lamps and fixtures. Make good use of three types of lighting: ambient (general or overhead), task (pendant, under-cabinet or reading) and accent (table and wall). • Painting adjacent rooms the same color will make the space seem larger. If you have a small kitchen and dining room, a seamless look will make both rooms feel like one big space. Painting the walls the same color as your drapery will give you a seamless and sophisticated look. • Odd numbers work best for eye-pleasing accessorizing, In your grouping, vary the height, width and size, grouping by color, shape, texture or other unifying element. • Accessorize your interior with flowers, leaves and branches to create fresh, beautiful and colorful enhancement. • Create a relaxing bedroom with luxurious linens in soft colors. Clean out your closets to show off your storage space. • Re-face cabinet and drawer fronts to freshen them up, adding new hardware if necessary. • Finish all of those small, unfinished projects to increase your asking price. • Decorator touches, such as rolled-up towels, baskets and candles create a polished look.

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History

200 Years and Going Strong! John Stoughton Strong arrived in Township 5 in February 1816 with the first seven settlers. On February 25, 1818, the township was organized and named Strongsville. By 1820 the population was 297.

In the 1820s roads, churches, schools, and businesses were built. Land was set aside for a cemetery. Corn, beans, pork and pumpkins were the principal foods, varied by game, wild honey, maple syrup and wild fruit. Stone Hill, our present Pearl Road, at the border of Strongsville and Brunswick, was lowered by means of crowbars and blasting powder, removing about a bushel of debris at an explosion in the 1820s and again in the 1850s with one fatal accident. In 1836 the village of Albion, located in the area of Albion and Pearl roads, was incorporated. In 1843 a fire destroyed most of the business portion of the village. Its incorporation lasted for

about 50 years. In the 1840s the first sidewalk of split logs was built, the Pomeroy House was built, and several of our citizens were involved with the Underground Railroad. During this time Miss Pauline Gilbert established her academy for older students. The first high school was organized and then disbanded by a vote of the people in 1859. Later in the early 1900s a high school was successfully organized. In the 1860s a number of our men served in the Civil War, the first coronet band was organized, and a lyceum was formed to provide social and cultural activities for the people. A town hall was built in 1879 and it was

used for schools, dances, meetings, etc. It is still used by the people today. In the 1880s Strongsville was one of the first towns in the Western Reserve to establish a free library with nearly 400 volumes. The first telephone was installed in Strongsville in the 1890s. In 1916 Strongsville celebrated its first 100 years. Strongsville has continued to grow and we are now celebrating our bicentennial. The Strongsville Historical Society owns and operates the 19th century Strongsville Historical Village, a

Boston Road and all roads were dirt in the late 1880s. The men are laying the pipe for the Buckeye Pipe Line (left). Modern, 5 Lane Pearl Road today (right).

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In 1820, Mr. J. S. Strong completed the Albion Mill (above, left), which the Metropolitan Park Board tore down in 1937; and (right) Bonnie Park Dam today.

recreated village composed of both original buildings and buildings brought from the Strongsville area to the site. The buildings represent the era from 1816 to 1927 with additions carrying on into the mid 20th century. The village preserves the architectural, economic, cultural, political and social history of Strongsville during this period. Although our town is rapidly changing, we must not allow our landmarks to be abolished. It is this philosophy that the Historical Society continues to promote.

Photos: Andrea Bartel, Beverly David Photography.

The Strongsville Fire Department, originally located just east of the Old Town Hall (above, top) and today’s fire department, one of four fire stations that serve the city.

Historical Village Hours Mid-April through Mid-October Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Located at 13305 Pearl Road, just 1/4 mile north of Route 82 For more information call 440-572-0057 TOURS: $5 adults, $4 Seniors, $2 Children 6 to 12 years Special arrangements can be made for guided tours with special group rates.

Visit the Olds General Store (which is open during society hours) for a fine selection of gifts such as: pottery, commemorative plaques, prints, mugs, note cards, Amish apple butter, old time candy and games, custom designed Strongsville afghans, the Strongsville History Book, and much, much more! The Strongsville Historical Society is a private non-profit (501c3) organization. For general inquiries send us an email at contact@ strongsvillehistoricalsociety.org or call 440-572-0057 and leave a message. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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History

Strong Landmarks Pomeroy House

Built in 1847, the Pomeroy House was home to the Pomeroy family and was adjacent to the family business, the Strongsville General Store. This area quickly became known as the Town Square chiefly because it was the central location where people came to meet, socialize, and exchange ideas. Abolitionists were sympathetic to the plight of runaway slaves, and legend has it that In 1975 the Pomeroy House was entered the Pomeroys became involved in the on the National Register of Historic Underground Railroad by providing Places, and in 1978 was purchased and a safe resting place for slaves as they restored to its former prominence. traveled to freedom in Canada. When the last Pomeroy left the home vacant in 1963, it quickly fell into decline.

Today Don’s Pomeroy House is one

The Old Town Hall

The building served as City Hall and Police Headquarters until 1952 when the new City Hall was built. Since that time, two additions have been necessary to the new City Hall, which is now home to the Police Department, Council Chambers, and Municipal Court. The Mayor’s office and administrative offices are located at the Service Center located at the corner of Lunn Rd. and Foltz Parkway. Interesting fact, the original timber

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used to build the Old Town Hall was donated by local farmers, who participated in a contest to see who could get the lumber to town first. Two farmers are reported to have won. Although one gentleman started the race a day early, both men received an award for their efforts, of a gallon of whiskey. Old Town Hall Circa 1879 and Now

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Photos: Andrea Bartel, Beverly David Photography.

The Old Town Hall was built in 1879 at a cost of $3,945.00. For 50 years prior to this, a log cabin was used as the first town hall. Interestingly enough, only 98 citizens voted on the construction of the new structure, with 77 votes for and 21 against. Until 1920 it served as the jail, with only a padlock securing the door to “the hole”. The building has also been the first library, a place for political debates, and a school. The first high school graduating class had two students. All types of community affairs were held there, from church dinners and bazaars, to plays, dances and box socials.

The Modern Entrance to the Pomeroy House

of the most charming, fine dining experiences in Northeast Ohio. A frequent setting for wedding proposals, the classic ambiance is appropriate for a romantic setting as well as a casual gathering place for friends.


The Strong House

Built in 1830 the Strong House was the home of Strongsville’s founder. John Stoughton Strong came to the area of the Western Reserve in 1815 as a land agent, commissioned to manage the land sales for the principal shareholders of the 25 square miles that are Strongsville. As land agent, he was responsible for taking a leading role in bringing about the settlement of the township. He surveyed the land, built and established the roads, schools, churches, mills, and taverns. He donated the land for the commons as well as the cemetery. By 1818 the

The Strong House in the Late 1800’s and Now

area was organized as a township and took the name Strongsville. John Strong lived in a log cabin for 15 years, until, at the age of 59, the Strong house was built. He lived in the home until his death in 1863 at the age of 92. Since that time, the home has been a general store, a post office, an apartment house, and is currently a doctor’s office.

The Historical Society’s - Strongsville Bicentennial

2016 Calendar of Events January 26 Our traditional Soup Supper 6pm at Ehrnfelt Recreation Center February 23 Founder's Day Bicentennial Celebration (Ted Larsen and Community Theater members will reprise the role of John Strong and the Pomeroy’s) 7pm Old Town Hall February 25 Bicentennial Celebration Day at Rec Ctr March 8 Mayor’s State of the City Address March 12 Spring Fashion Show and Luncheon 12pm at Don's Pomeroy House featuring Fashions from the early years

April 26 Member Carol Williams will present “The History of Strongsville and its Neighborhoods” 7pm at the Lathrop House in the Strongsville Historical Village May 22 Quilt Show and Social in the Historical Village June 28 Traditional Potluck 6pm Lathrop Great Room in the Historical Village July Strongsville Community Band will play on the Historical Village grounds-Date & Time to come

September 24-25 Harvest Festival Celebrating Strongsville’s 200th Birthday Demonstrators and various activities including vignettes of historical people, cemetery tours and other fun items. 11am-5pm both days. October 25 Metroparks will present Mill Stream Run 7pm at the Lathrop House in the Strongsville Historical Village November 15 Holiday Traditions and Music Program December 3, 4 10, 11 “Christmas in the Village” 2pm-5pm

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Strong Roots Bedford Family

In 1834, Thomas and Harriet Bedford arrived in Strongsville from England. The Bedford family has grown and settled throughout the city, becoming involved in many aspects of city life. For over 100 years, the Bedford family (Herbert, Ruby, Olive, Louise, John, Debbie, and Bill), have continuously been involved with the public school system in many diverse areas including teaching, food service, transportation, administration, and treasury. Myron was one of the first city council members. More recently his grandson, John, developed the Communications Technology Center and the Regional Dispatch Facility. In business, Elton The Bedford Family was founder and CEO of Strongsville Savings and Loan, now Fifth Third, and his brother Theodore was a widely Lifetime resident John married Deborah known area plumber. In addition, at Seidel’s Farm in Strongsville in Virginia served on the recreation board 1974. They have three grown children that developed plans for the Erhnfelt Recreation Center.

Ehrnfelt Family

With primarily German family roots, former mayor Walter Ehrnfelt Jr.’s grandfather opened Ehrnfelt Meats at the West Side Market in 1912 and the business passed down through the family generations. Walter’s father moved his family to Strongsville in the early to mid 1940’s when Walter was in junior high. The property, located where Burger King stands, was their farm. Throughout the years, Walter’s grandfather and father lived in the same house where Walter was raised. The property passed on through the family. In 1951, Walter and Anne married and moved into the Strong House. They bought their property on Howe Road in 1953, where they ran a farm and the family business at the West Side Market. The beloved Walter F. Ehrnfelt, Jr. was Mayor of Strongsville for 25 years. His

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Walter F. Ehrnfelt Recreation & Senior Complex, named after Mayor Walter F. Ehrnfelt, the longest standing mayor in Cuyahoga County.

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Jonathan (Crystal), Jaime and Jody and three beloved grandchildren Delaney, Rory and Marley.

political career began when he won a seat on the Strongsville School Board. He was appointed Mayor of Strongsville in 1978 and won his first Mayoral race in November of 1979 by more than a 2 to 1 margin. Voters rewarded his effective leadership by re-electing him to six consecutive fourMayor Walter F. Ehrnfelt, Jr. year terms, the last beginning in 2000, making him one of Cuyahoga County’s longest standing mayors. He served on Governor Taft’s State and Local Government Commission and was President of the Ohio Municipal League. His wife, Anne, and children all reside and are active in Strongsville yet today.


Finley Family

Dale Finley’s roots in Strongsville can be traced all the way back to 1852, when members of his family were among the first to settle in the area. His family had a history of public service, as his father served as Magistrate, President of the Chamber of Commerce and helped organize the first Homecoming Festival. With civicmindedness running in the family, Dale naturally followed his father’s example. Elected to city council in 1965, Dale was council president and became mayor when William Behr was recalled in 1968. The youngest Strongsville mayor at age 33, Finley began efforts to heal what had become a turbulent community. Under his leadership, the city’s volunteer fire department became full-time with an EMS program and a new fire station and library were built. The city’s first master plan was created and property was purchased for parkland, the city service center and for baseball and soccer fields on Foltz Industrial Parkway. A senior citizen program was started and a citywide trash collection program was implemented. Finley resigned as mayor in 1974 to become executive director of Northern Ohio Urban Systems, a land-use research corporation that helped create the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. He later served as executive director of the Greater Cleveland Convention and Visitors Bureau, and as chairman of the Board of Cleveland’s Regional Transit Authority. A lifelong Strongsville resident and sports enthusiast, Finley enjoyed golf, hunting, fishing, riding show horses and ski instructing as well as membership in the Strongsville Rotary Club. Dale passed away on October 21, 2015.

Mae & Walter Atkinson travel by buggy in 18th century Strongsville (above, top). Early Green Line bus route (above, middle). In 1911, muddy roads slowed the pace of travel considerably in the spring (above). Mayor Dale Finley

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History Laub Family

In 1945, the Laub family settled in Strongsville on Boston Road, between Prospect and Pearl roads. At that time, there were less than 3,000 people in Strongsville. The house that they called home was a rural wood house with no indoor plumbing and no insulation. Elizabeth and Louis Laub moved in with 4 small children, the oldest being 10. Over the next 13 years, their family grew with 6 more children. Their “working farm” also grew with the addition of many animals and a varieties of crops on several hundred acres of land, which today is part of Waterford Crossing. All of the Laub children attended Strongsville Schools with some also attending St. Joseph grade school. Laub Family Members Elizabeth (Mitzi) is now 98 and still living on her own in Medina, with support of her seven remaining children. Her husband, children lives in Georgia, five in Medina Louis, passed away in 1969. One of their and one in Strongsville. Strongsville

always has been and will continue to be a large part of who the Laubs are today.

Freeman Family

Hugh and Kitty Freeman moved to Strongsville in 1953 where they bought an old dilapidated century home and barn on Boston Road near Pearl. Easily recognized today by the big white barn, their son Hugh still lives there today. Their daughter Carol Rosson recalls that the deed to her house declared that the previous owner had the right to water her cows in the creek behind their house for 100 years! “Back then Strongsville was just a township,” Carol recollects, “and Boston Road was gravel, which was watered down periodically to control dust, and Pearl Road south of Rt. 82 was all homes and barns”... my how times change! She also recalled the family having a variety of farm animals including a mean rooster that lived in their barn and that her brother Hugh would ride his horse through the connected neighborhood farms, all the way to the metroparks. Interestingly enough, Carol and her husband Ron stayed at the Metrick’s Hotel on Pearl on their wedding night and had breakfast at a little diner across the street. She and Ron actually lived in her parents barn after Ron was on their bicycles or pulling a wagon. discharged from the service while their home was being built. She also said Some of the other progress that Carol that her 5 children all went to St. Joseph remembers: a fruit stand that everyone School until 1964, when a tornado went to was located where McDonald’s destroyed the school and the children is today; a summer camp for kids at were transferred to Strongsville public Allen School; a farm where the mall schools. Her kids delivered newspapers now resides; milk and bread were

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Working the Freeman farm on Boston Road near Pearl back in the day (above); and the recognizable white Freeman barn today.

delivered to their home; 2 traffic lights on Pearl Rd. between Boston and Rt. 82 where now there are at least 13. And if you called the police with an emergency, they picked you up and took you to the closest small hospital in Berea (now Southwest General).


Maatz Family

Frederick Carl Maatz came to Strongville in the late 1860’s from Grosskotten, Germany followed by his bride-to-be, Emilia Krueger, whom he married in the German Methodist Church (today’s B-W Chapel on Seminary Street) in Berea. He worked in the Berea Quarries before renting farms on S. Marks Road and on Royalton Road near the railroad crossing in Strongsville and then purchased the 123-acre farm (original lot 88) on West Albion Road. After Frederick’s passing in 1914, the farm was run by Arthur, the youngest of his five children.

Arthur Maatz married Elizabeth Klink and had 3 children: Maynard, Carole, and Donald. Arthur was a dairy farmer for 60 years and one of the first dairymen to ship milk to Cleveland by the Interurban, which had tracks along the east side of Prospect Road from Boston Road to Berea and on to Cleveland. In 1920’s, the Maatz Dairy Farm was one of the first to implement electronic milking machines and had 40 cows. In 1976, the Maatz Farm was

the only Century Farm remaining in Cuyahoga County as researched by the National Bicentennial. In the late 1950’s, the cows were sold with the acreage dedicated to crops. Today, a portion of the Meadowood Subdivision, sits on the former farm acreage. Still standing on West Albion Road are the original barns, milk house, and the 1893 Victorian farm house built by Frederick Maatz. Seven generations stem from the Frederick Maatz family. Several still live in Strongsville and surrounding communities - and many out-of-state.

The modern day Maatz farm (above); Carole Maatz at Historical Society event in a civil war era dress (middle); the Maatz farm in the old days (right).

First Library, circa 1881, was a small house that had about 400 books available. Today’s library, part of the Cuyahoga County Public Library System, has more than 3 million items in their collection.

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Community Information

Important Phone Numbers SAFETY IN AN EMERGENCY, DIAL 911

THE CITY OF STRONGSVILLE City Hall and Service Center 16099 Foltz Pkwy. Strongsville, OH 44149-5598 440-580-3100 www.strongsville.org

CITY COUNCIL All meetings begin at 8:00 p.m. and are held on the first and third Mondays of the month in the Mike Kalinich Sr. Council Chamber, located in the Strongsville Police Headquarters facility, 18688 Royalton Road. Council meetings are televised live on the local government channel, cable channel 21.

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Council Office 16099 Foltz Pkwy. Strongsville, OH 44149 440-580-3110 Fax 440-572-1648 Office hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday Clerk of Council Aimee Pientka, CMC aimee.pientka@strongsville.org Assistant Clerk of Council Tiffany Mekeel, CMC tiffany.mekeel@strongsville.org Council President & Ward 1 Michael J. Daymut 440-238-8255 mdaymut@aol.com Ward 2 Matt Schonhut 440-554-9840 matt.schonhut@strongsville.org Ward 3 Jim Carbone 440-268-8089 jim.carbone@strongsville.org

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Ward 4 Gordon Short 440-821-6625 gordon.short@strongsville.org Councilman-At-Large Joseph C. DeMio 440-846-4563 aimee.pientka@strongsville.org tiffany.mekeel@strongsville.org Councilman-At-Large, President Pro Tem Ken Dooner 216-316-5351 kdooner@kmdsales.com Councilman-At-Large Duke Southworth 440-878-9293 duke.southworth@strongsville.org

CITY DEPARTMENTS Main Administration 440-580-3100 www.strongsville.org

Sponsor a flag on the Commons! For information go to www.strongsvillekiwanis.com

Animal Control Officer 440-580-3180 Building Department 440-580-3105 Communications Center 440-580-3190 Economic Development 440-580-3118 Engineering Department 440-580-3120 Finance Department 440-580-3125 Fire Dept., Non-emergency 440-580-3210 Human Resources 440-580-3137 Law Department 440-580-3145


Mayor’s Office 440-580-3150 Police, Non-emergency 440-580-3230 Recreation Walter F. Ernfelt Community Recreation & Senior Complex 440-580-3260 Senior Center 440-580-3275 Service Department 440-580-3170 Food Bank 440-846-0197 Historical Society 440-572-0057 Library 440-238-5530 License Bureau 440-572-1505 Meals on Wheels 440-238-3361 Post Office 440-572-1637 Strongsville Cemetery 440-580-3186 Strongsville Chamber of Commerce 440-238-3366

SCHOOLS Strongsville City Schools Administrative Offices 440-572-7000 School Transportation 440-572-7060 Strongsville High School 440-572-7100 Albion Middle School 440-572-7070 Center Middle School 440-572-7090 Chapman Elementary School 440-572-7140 Drake Elementary School 440-572-7150 Kinsner Elementary School 440-572-7120 Muraski Elementary School 440-572-7160 Surrarrer Elementary School 440-572-7170 Whitney Elementary School 440-572-7180 Early Learning Preschool 440-572-7046  Continued on page 56

The Strongsville Education Foundation Presents the 2nd Annual...

Jockeys & Juleps Kentucky Derby Watch Party

–Followed by a Night at the Races Fundraiser–

Saturday, May 7th at 5:00 p.m.

Ehrnfelt Event Center 18100 Royalton Rd., Strongsville, Ohio 44136 Come EAT southern fare by Driftwood DRINK bourbon mint juleps and MERRILY bet on your favorites while wearing your DERBY ATTIRE

Complimentary Beverages & Cuisine Silent Auction Awards for Best Hats

Event cost $50 per ticket with the proceeds benefiting The Foundation

Photo: Susan Norcross

Sponsorships Available • For more details visit: www.SEFoundation.com

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PRIVATE SCHOOLS & CAREER CENTERS Polaris Career Center 440-891-7600 Sts. Joseph & John Catholic School 440-238-4877

The Goddard School 13590 Falling Waters Rd. 440-238-4600 Tutor Time Child Care/Learning Center 19880 West 130th St. 440-238-3542

St. Mary Catholic School 440-243-4555

Wishing Well Pre-School 19419 Royalton Road 440-238-7744

DAY CARE/PRE-SCHOOLS

Camp Bow Wow 14411 Foltz Pkwy. 440-572-3200

Creative Playrooms Montessori School and Child Care Center 16000 Foltz Pkwy. 440-572-9365 Kidsfirst Learning Center 15163 Howe Rd. 440-878-0088 Le Chaperon Rouge 14780 Pearl Rd. 440-238-8383 Stages Childcare Center 17290 Pearl Road 440-846-1507 Sweet Kiddles Flexible Child Care Center 16512 Pearl Rd. 440-238-1119

Midpoint Campus Center 330-225-0042 www.midpointcampus.com

PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES

PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES

Cleveland State University 216-687-2000 www.csuohio.edu

Baldwin Wallace University 440-826-2900 www.bw.edu

Kent State University 330-672-3000 www.kent.edu

Case Western Reserve University 216-368-2000 www.case.edu

University of Akron 330-972-7111 www.uakron.edu

COMMUNITY COLLEGES Cuyahoga Community College 216-987-5000 www.tri-c.edu Lakeland Community College 440-525-7000 www.lakelandcc.edu

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Lorain County Community College 440-365-5222 www.lorainccc.edu

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Hiram College 330-569-3211 www.hiram.edu John Carroll University 216-397-1886 www.jcu.edu Lake Erie College 440-352-3361 www.lec.edu Notre Dame College 216-381-1680 www.notredamecollege.edu

Oberlin College 440-775-8121 www.oberlin.edu Ursuline College 440-449-4200 www.ursuline.edu

UTILITIES AT&T - phone, data, cable 440-846-3232 Cable – Time/Warner 877-772-2253 Wide Open West 866-496-9669 Columbia Gas 800-344-4077 Electric - Illuminating Co. 800-589-3101 NOPEC - Gas 855-667-3201 NOPEC - Electric 800-292-9284 PUCO 800-686-7826


Republic Waste 440-572-7590 Water – City of Cleveland 216-664-3130 R.I.T.A. – Tax Collection Agency 440-526-0900

SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS Arts in Strongsville Cindy Baldin, President baldinitwo@aol.com www.strongsvillearts.org Chamber of Commerce, Jeff Smutek, President cell 440-879-4631 Amy Ferree, Director 18829 Royalton Rd., 44136 440-238-3366 info@strongsvillechamber.com City Club Terry Toth, President 16719 Hamilton Ct., 44149 PO Box 360802, 44136 cell 216-780-4114 home 440-572-4886 info@strongsvillecityclub.org terrytoth12@yahoo.com Historical Society Ruth Brickley, President 13305 Pearl Rd., 44136 440-572-3974 Ruth 440-572-0535

Kiwanis Club Al Gizzi, President PO Box 361760, 44136 440-826-1756 Lions Club Tom Fashempour, President 13146 Ridge Rd. North Royalton, 44133 Tom - 440-237-5980 Butch Schonhut - 440-897-3181 Optimist’s Club Ron Schroth, President 21442 Oakwood Pl., 44149 440-724-7894 www.strongsvilleoptimistclub.com Rotary Club Paul Psota, President PO Box 360401, 44136 440-667-6266 www.strongsvillerotary.org VFW Post #3345 Tim Zvoncheck, Post Commander, 17900 Strongsville Blvd., 44149 440-234-0250 Tim cell 440-667-6154 Women’s League Vicki Maloney, President PO Box 361085, 44136 440-572-4672 cell 440-289-6757

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Community Information Cultural Blossom Music Center 1145 W. Steels Corners Cuyahoga Falls, OH 330-920-8040 www.theblossommusic center.com Cleveland Botanical Garden 11030 East Blvd. Cleveland, 44106 216-721-1600 www.cbgarden.org

AREA ATTRACTIONS

Cleveland Museum of Art 11150 East Blvd. Cleveland, OH 216-421-7340 www.clevelandart.org

Cleveland Opera 1422 Euclid Ave., Ste. 1052 Cleveland, OH 216-575-0903, ext. 221 www.clevelandopera.org

Cleveland Museum of Natural History 1 Wade Oval Dr. University Circle Cleveland, OH 216-231-4600 www.cmnh.org

The Cleveland Orchestra Severance Hall 11001 Euclid Ave. Cleveland, OH 216-231-1111 www.cleveland orchestra.com Cleveland Playhouse 8500 Euclid Ave. Cleveland, OH 216-795-7000 www.clevelandplay house.com E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall 198 Hill St. Akron, OH 330-972-7595 www.ejthomashall.com

Gardenview Horticultural Park 16711 Pearl Rd., Strongsville 440-238-6653 Playhouse Square Center 1501 Euclid Ave. Cleveland, OH 216-771-4444 www.playhousesquare.org Porthouse Theatre 1145 Steels Corners Rd. Cuyahoga Falls, OH 330-672-3884 www.porthousetheatre.com Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum 1 Key Plaza Cleveland, OH 888-764-ROCK www.rockhall.com Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens 714 North Portage Path Akron, OH 330-836-5533 www.stanhywet.org

Empowering Children with Disabilities and their Families “It has been a blessing for us to be able to have Drew in a program where he is treated with respect and kindness.” – Drew’s mother, Jill Drew, who attends Berea-Midpark High School, has enjoyed playing for the Achievement Centers Cleveland Browns Adapted Football League since it started 5 years ago. Drew participates in many of the programs and services the Achievement Centers offers including physical therapy, summer day camp at Camp Cheerful, and he plays sports year-round – football, baseball, soccer, and adapted aquatics. Last year, over 2,300 children and adults with disabilities and their families benefited from a comprehensive array of services including education and autism school; therapy and Intensive Therapy Clinic; recreation, camp and sports programs; and family support services. “We are forever grateful for the opportunity that the Achievement Centers has provided to our son, and will always continue to support it.” – Jill

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Weathervane Playhouse 1301 Weathervane Lane Akron, OH 330-836-2626 www.weathervaneplayhouse.com

Educational Great Lakes Science Center 601 Erieside Ave. Cleveland, OH 216-694-2000 www.greatscience.com Hale Farm & Village 2686 Oak Hill Rd. Bath, OH 330-666-3711 www.wrhs.org Inventure Place National Inventors Hall of Fame 221 South Broadway Akron, OH 330-762-4463 www.invent.org NASA Visitors Center 21000 Brookpark Rd. Cleveland, OH 44135 216-433-2000 www.nasa.gov/centers/glenn/events

Entertainment & Shopping Akron Zoo 500 Edgewood Ave. Akron, OH 330-375-2550 www.akronzoo.org Cedar Point 1 Cedar Point Dr. Sandusky, OH 419-627-2350 www.cedarpoint.com  Continued on page 63

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CHASE MOORE ............................D-2

FOREST PARK DR. ......................C-2 LAUREL CIR. .................................C-4 PHEASANT TRL. ...........................C-3

STRONGSVILLE BLVD. ................C-1

ADMIRALITY DR. ........................B-C-4

CHATHAM CT. ...............................C-4

FOREST POINT PL. ......................D-2 LAURENSWAY ..............................B-3 PIERCE DR. ..................................B-3

SUMMERPLACE DR. ....................B-3

AGNES DR. .....................................D-1

CHEERFUL LN. ..........................D-2-3

FORESTVIEW DR. ....................D-1-2

LEANA CT. ....................................B-4 PIN OAK DR. .................................D-1

SUN CREST RD. ...........................C-2

AKITA CT. ........................................C-2

CHERRYSTONE LN. .....................B-4

FORESTWOOD DR. .....................B-3

LEAWOOD OVAL ..........................C-1 PINE LAKES DR. ..........................D-1

SUN MEADOW TRL. .....................A-4

ALAMEDA DR. .................................B-2

CHERYL DR. .................................D-4

FORUM DR. ...............................A-B-2 LEDGEPOINT PL. .........................C-2 PINE NEEDLE CT. .........................A-1

SUNBURY DR. ..............................C-3

ALBION RD. ..........................C-1-2,D-1

CHESTNUT DR. ............................B-1

FOUNTAIN CT. ..............................B-2 LEDGESIDE DR. ...........................B-2 PINE TREE PL. .............................D-2

SUNCLIFF PL. ...............................C-2

ALPINE CIR. ...................................D-4

CHESTNUT OAK LN. ....................A-3

FOX GLOVE ..................................A-2 LEXINTON LN. ..............................C-4 PINEVIEW CIR. .............................A-3

SUNRIDGE CIR. ............................B-2

ALTIS CT. .........................................B-2

CHEVY CHASE DR. ......................D-1

FOX HOLLOW ...........................B-C-3 LINCOLNSHIRE BLVD. .................A-1 PINEWOOD DR. ............................A-3

SUNSET DR. .................................C-3

ANTLER LN. .................................C-3-4

CHRISTOPHER CT. ......................A-1

FOX HUNT DR. .............................C-3 LISMORE CT. ................................B-4 PIONEERS CREEK .......................C-4

SUNWOOD OV. .............................C-4

NORTHPOINTE CIR.

APPLE DR. ......................................B-3

CIRCLE RIDGE ST. .......................C-2

FOXE DR. ......................................B-1 LITTLE BROOK WAY ....................A-1 PIRATES COVE CIR. ....................D-4

SYCAMORE DR. ...........................D-1

APPLEBROOK CIR. ........................D-4

CLEAR BROOKE CIR. ..................A-1

FRAMINGHAM OV. .......................C-4 LITTO DR. .....................................D-1 PLACID COVE ...............................C-3

TANBARK LN. ................................B-1

APPLEWOOD LN. ...........................B-3

CLIFFSIDE DR. .............................C-2

FULLERS LN. ................................B-3 LOGAN CT. ....................................C-1 PLEASANT RIDGE PL. .................D-2

TAWNY BROOK LN. ......................B-2

ALBION ROAD

ARAGLIN CT. ...................................B-4

CLINTON CIR. ...............................D-4

FUR CREEK TRL. .........................A-1 LONG BOAT CIR. ..........................D-4 PLUMBROOK TRL. .......................A-1

TEMPLE DR. ..................................B-3

ARLINGTON DR. .............................B-3

CLIPPER COVE DR. .....................D-4

GARY DR. .....................................D-1 LORRAINE DR. .............................A-1 PLYMOUTH ROW .........................C-4

THATCHER’S LN. ..........................B-3

ASCOA CT. ......................................A-3

CO-MOOR BLVD. ..........................B-2

GATEPOST RD. ............................A-1 LUCERNE LN. ...............................B-4 POINT OVERLOOK PL. ................C-2

TIMBER CREEK CIR. ....................C-4

ASH DR. ..........................................B-4

COLEBRIGHT DR. ........................C-3

GEORGETOWN CT. .....................C-4

LUNN RD. ..................................A-B-3 POLO CLUB DR. ...........................C-3

TIMBER EDGE DR. .......................D-3

ASHFORD CT. .................................B-4

COLLEEN CT. ................................B-4

GIFFORD CT. ................................C-3 LYMANS LN. ..................................B-3 POMEROY BLVD. .........................C-3

TIMBER LAKE DR. ........................D-1

ASHLEY CIR. ..................................B-1

COLLIER DR. ................................B-2

GLEN CAIRN WAY ........................A-4 LYON LN. .......................................B-4 PORTERS LN. ...............................B-3

TIMBER OAK CT. ..........................A-2

ASHWOOD DR. ...............................A-1

COLONY CT. .................................D-4

GLENBROOK DR. .........................D-2 MAIN ST. ....................................B-C-1 POTOMAC DR. ..........................B-C-3

TIMBERLINE DR. ..........................C-4

ASPEN CIR. ....................................C-4

COMMERCE PKWY. ......................A-3

GLENCREEK LN. ......................C-B-2 MALLARD CIR. ..............................B-3 PRARIE MEADOWS PL. ...............B-1

TOMSON DR. ................................B-2

ATLANTIC RD. ................................A-2

COMMONS OVAL .........................C-1

GLENDALE AVE. ...........................C-3 MAPLE BRANCH TRL. ..................A-1 PRIEM RD. ....................................A-1

TRACY LN. ....................................C-3

AUTUMN OV. ...................................A-4

COMPASSPOINT DR. ...................D-4

GLENMAR WAY ............................B-2 MAPLE BROOK TRL. ....................D-1 PRINCETON CIR. .........................A-4

TRADEWINDS DR. ........................D-4

BADGER DEN LN. ..........................C-4

CONCORD DR. .............................B-3

GLENWOOD LN. ...........................B-3 MAPLE CIR. ..................................D-4 PROGRESS DR. ...........................B-2

TRAIL EDGE CT. ...........................C-2

BALLYMORE ST. .............................B-4

COOK AVE. ....................................B-3

GOLD RUSH DR. ..........................C-4 MAPLE ST. ....................................A-1

BALMORAL ST. ...............................C-1

COOPERS RUN ............................A-2

GOLDEN STAR DR. ......................C-4 MARKS RD. ................................A-1-4 QUALHOLLOW DR. ...................C-3-4

TRAILSIDE PL. ..............................C-2

BARBARA DR. ................................D-1

CORINTH CT. ................................B-2

GRAND PRAIRIE LN. ....................C-1 MARTINS LN. ................................B-4 RABBIT RUN DR. ......................B-C-4

TRAMORE LN. ..............................B-4

BARTON DR. ...................................A-1

CORONET DR. ..............................A-2

GREAT OAKS LN. .........................B-2 MEADOW GRASS RD. ..................A-1 RACOON TRL. ...........................B-C-3

TRAPPER TRL. .............................B-3

BASSWOOD CIR. ...........................D-1

COTTAGE GROVE RD. ................B-4

GREENBRIER DR. ....................C-D-4 MEADOW LN. ................................B-2 RANCHWOOD DR. .......................B-3

TREASURE ISLE CT. ....................D-4

BAYWOOD LN. ...............................D-2

COTTONWOOD TRL. ...................C-4

GREENFIELD PL. .........................A-2

MEADOW NORTH CT. ..................A-1 REGENCY DR. ..............................B-3

TRENTON AVE. .............................D-4

BEAR CREEK LN. ........................C-3-4

COUNCIL BLUFF ..........................C-1

GREENLAWN DR. .........................A-1 MEADOW RD. ...............................A-1 RESTING MEADOWS ...................C-3

TRENTON OV. ...............................D-4

BEARS PAW LN. .............................C-4

COUNTRY MEADOWS LN. ...........A-1

GREENWICH DR. .........................D-1 MEADOW SOUTH CT. ..................A-1 RICHARDS DR. .............................B-2

TRILLIUM TRL. ..............................B-2

BEAVER CIR. ..................................C-3

COUNTRY WAY .............................A-2

GREENWOOD DR. .......................A-4 MEADOW TRAIL. ..........................A-2 RIDGE CREEK RD. .......................C-2

TROTWOOD DR. ...........................B-3

BEECH CIR. ....................................C-4

COUNTRYSIDE DR. .....................A-2

GREYSTONE POINTE ..................A-2 MEADOWS EDGE LN. ..................A-2 RIDGE POINT CIR. .......................C-2

TURKEY MEADOW LN. .............C-3-4

BEECH CREEK TRL. ......................A-1

COURTLAND DR. .........................A-1

GROSSE POINT OV. .................C-D-1 MELISSA LN. .................................A-1 RIDGECLIFF CIR. ......................B-C-2

TWELVE OAKS CIR. .....................C-1

BEECHWOOD LN. .......................A-B-4

COURTLAND WAY .......................A-2

GROUSE RUN ..............................C-3 MILLHOLLOW LN. .....................D-C-3 RIDGELINE CT. .............................C-4

VALLEY CREEK DR. .....................C-2

BELLHAVEN PL. .............................A-4

CRABAPPLE CT. ..........................D-2

GROVESIDE DR. ..........................C-1 MILLER CT. ...................................C-4 RINGNECK CIR. ............................C-4

VALLEY PKWY. ..............B-1,C-2,D-2,3

BENBOW RD. .................................D-4

CRAIG DR. ....................................B-2

HAMILTON CT. ..............................B-3 MISTY LAKE DR. ..........................C-4 RIVER MOSS RD. .........................C-2

VERSAILLES DR. ..........................D-1

BENNINGTON DR. .........................D-4

CREEKBEND CT. ..........................A-1

HAMPTON CHASE ....................C-3-4 MOHAWK DR. ...............................C-1 RIVER RIDGE RD. ........................C-2

VERSAILLES DR. ..........................D-1

BENT TREE CT. ..............................D-4

CREEKMOSS LN. .........................A-1

HAMPTON PL. ..............................C-4 MONTECLARE BLVD. ...................A-1 ROBINDALE DR. ...........................C-3

VILLAGE GREEN DR. ...................B-1

BENT TREE DR. .............................D-4

CREEKSIDE DR. ...........................A-1

HANDLE RD ..................................C-2 MONTEREY PINE DR. ..................C-4 ROCKCREEK CIR. ........................A-1

VINCENNES PL. ........................B-C-4

BENTLEY LN. ................................D-2

CREEKSTONE CIR. ......................A-1

HARBOUR VIEW OV. ...................D-4

MORAR CIR. .................................B-4 ROE LN. ........................................B-2

W-130TH ST. ..............................D-1-4

BENWOOD CT. ...............................B-3

CREEKWOOD LN. ........................C-3

HARPER RD. .................................A-2 MORGAN CT. ................................A-3 ROSEWOOD LN. ..........................D-1

WAKEFIELD CIR. ..........................A-4

BERKSHIRE CIR. ............................B-4

CRICKET LN. .................................A-1

HARTFORD DR. ...........................D-4

MORNING STAR DR. ....................C-4 ROSEWOOD LN. ..........................D-1

WALKING STICK WAY ..................D-4

BERNICE DR. ..................................A-1

CROSS CREEK OV. ......................D-4

HARTFORD DR. ...........................D-4

MORRIS DR. .................................A-3 ROYALOAK DR. ............................C-1

WALNUT CREEK DR. ....................B-3

BIG CREEK PKWY. .....................B-C-1

N. CROSS TRL. ............................D-4

HARTFORD TRL. ..........................D-4 MOSS POINT RD. .........................C-2 ROYALTON RD. (RT. 82) ....A-B-3,C-D-2

WALNUT DR. .................................B-4

BIRCHWOOD LN. ............................B-3

S. CROSS TRL. .............................D-4

HARVEST OV. ...............................A-2 MOSS RIDGE CIR. ........................C-2 ROYALVIEW DR. ...........................D-3

WALNUT DR. .................................B-4

BISHOP LN. .....................................B-3

CROWN POINT PKWY. ................D-4

HASTINGS CT. ..............................D-4 MULBERRY CIR. ...........................A-2 RUDY RD. .....................................A-2

WATERCRESS RD. .......................A-1

BITTERSWEET CT. .........................C-1

CRYSTAL CREEK DR. ..................B-3

HAWKS LOOKOUT LN. .............B-C-4 NANCY DR. ...................................D-1 RUSTIC HOLLOW .....................B-C-4

WATERFORD PKWY. ....................B-4

BLACKBERRY CIR. ........................D-1

CUMBERWORTH DR. ...................D-1

HAWTHORNE LN. .........................B-2 NANTUCKET ROW .......................C-4 RUTH DR. .....................................D-2

WEBSTER RD. ...........................D-1-2

BLAZEY TRL. ..................................D-2

CURRIER DR. ...............................C-4

HAZELWOOD DR. .........................B-1 NEEDLEWOOD CIR. .....................A-1 SADDLEHORN CIR. .....................A-2

WEDGEWOOD LN. .......................A-3

BLAZING STAR DR. ........................C-4

CYPRESS AVE. .............................C-3

HAZEN DR. ...................................B-4

NIAGARA DR. ............................B-C-3 SALEM ROW NORTH ...................C-4

WELLINGTON CT. .........................C-4

BLODGETT CREEK TRL. ...............B-2

DARICE PKWY. .............................A-2

HEARTHSTONE DR. ....................D-4

NICOLE CIR. .................................D-1 SALEM ROW SOUTH ...................C-4

WESLEY DR. .................................D-1

BLUE POINT DR. ............................C-4

DAWN CT. ......................................B-3

HEATHER LN. ...............................B-2 NOBHILL .......................................C-4

SAND CREEK CIR. .......................A-1

WEST BEND DR. .........................D-4

BLUE SPRUCE DR. ........................B-4

DECATUR DR. ..............................C-1

HEATHERWOOD DR. ................A-B-4 NORTH TRL. .................................A-2 SANDALWOOD LN. .......................B-3

WESTBROOKE LN. .......................B-4

BLUFFS, THE ..................................C-2

DEER PATH DR. .....................C-3,B-4

HEMLOCK CIR. .........................A-B-3 NORTH BEXLEY DR. ....................C-1 SARATOGA TRL. ..........................C-4

WEST KERRY PL. .........................B-4

BLUFFSIDE PL. ..............................C-2

DEER RIDGE CT. ...........................C-4

HERITAGE TRL. ............................C-4 NORTH CHURCHILL DR. ..............A-2 SASSAFRAS DR. ..........................C-1

WESTFIELD LN. ............................C-4

BOB WHITE CIR. ............................C-4

DEER RUN LN. .............................B-1

HICKORY BRANCH TRL. ..............A-1 NORTH INLET DR. ........................D-4 SAVANNAH CT. .............................D-4

WESTMINISTER DR. .................A-B-4

BONNIE LN. ....................................B-2

DEERFIELD DR. ...........................B-3

HICKORY PL. ................................B-1 NORTH MEADOWS LN. ................C-3 SCARLETOAK TRL. ......................A-3

WESTON POINTE .........................A-2

BOSTON RD. .......................A-B-C-D-1

DELAWARE DR. ............................B-3

HIDDEN MEADOWS LN. ..............D-4 NORTH RED OAK DR. ..................C-4 SCENIC POINT .............................A-2

WESTWIND CT. .............................A-2

BOWMAN DR. .................................B-4

DELL DR. .......................................B-2

HIDDEN WOODS LN. ...................D-4 NORTH RED ROCK DR. ...............C-4 SCOTCH PINE WAY ......................B-1

WESTWOOD DR. ..........................B-2

BRADFORD CT. ..............................B-3

DELL RIDGE CIR. .........................B-2

HIGH POINT ST. ...........................D-2

NORTH WHITE OAKS DR. ...........C-4 SCOTT DR. ....................................B-3

WESTWOOD PARK BLVD. .............B-2

BRADGATE LN. ...............................B-4

DELMONT AVE. ............................C-4

HIGHLAND PARK .........................C-1

NORTHPOINTE CIR. ....................D-1 SCOTTSDALE DR. ........................C-1

WEYMOUTH LN. ...........................C-4

BRADY LN. ......................................A-2

DERBY CT. ....................................A-2

HIGHPOINT CLUB BLVD. .............C-4 NORTHRUP LN. ............................B-4 SELBY CIR. ...................................C-4

WHEELERS LN. ............................B-3

BRAEMAR WAY OV. .......................B-2

DEWITT DR. ..................................D-1

HILLCLIFF CIR. .............................B-2 NORTHVIEW DR. ..........................C-3 SETTLERS WAY ............................B-3

WHISPERING PINES ....................C-4

BRANDYWINE DR. .........................C-4

DIANE CIR. ....................................A-2

HOLIDAY DR. ................................B-2 NORTHWOOD TRL. ......................A-2 SETTLERS RUN ...........................C-3

WHITE BARK DR. ......................A-B-3

BRECKENRIDGE LN. .....................A-2

DOE CIR. .......................................B-3

HOLLO OV. ....................................B-2 OAK PARK TRL. ............................A-1 SEVEN OAK DR. ...........................C-4

WHITE FIR LN. ..............................C-4

BRIAR BUSH LN. ............................A-2

DOGWOOD CT. .............................C-1

HOLLOWRUN PL. .........................C-3 OAK BRANCH TRL. ......................A-1 SHAGBARK TRL. .......................A-1-2

WHITE MARSH LN. .......................B-4

BRIARWOOD LN. ............................B-2

DONEGAL LN. ...............................B-4

HOLLY CIR. ...............................A-B-3

OAK DR. ........................................B-4 SHALEBROOK CT. ........................A-1

WHITNEY RD. ........................B-C-D-1

BRICK MILL RUN ............................C-4

DORCHESTER CIR. .....................D-4

HOMESTEAD PARK DR. ..............B-1 OAKTRAIL CT. ...............................A-1 SHALEBROOK WAY .....................A-1

WILDWOOD LN. ............................B-3

BRIDLE TRL. ...................................C-3

DORIA CT. .....................................B-2

HORSESHOE LN. .........................A-2 OAKHURST LN. ............................A-3 SHANDON CT. ...............................A-4

WILLIAMSBURG OV. .................B-C-4

BRIDGEPATH ..................................C-4

DOW CIR. ...............................D-1,C-1

HOWE RD. .................................C-3-4 OAKLANDPARK DR. .....................D-1 SHENANDOAH RIDGE .................B-3

WILLOW CIR. ................................D-1

BRIDGECREEK CIR. ......................D-2

DOWNERS GROVE CT. ................C-1

HUNT RD. .....................................D-4

OAKLEAF DR. ...............................D-1 SHERBROOKE OV. .......................B-4

WILLOW LN. ..................................A-1

BRIGADOON WAY ..........................B-2

DRAKE RD. ................................A-D-4

HUNTERSPOINTE DR. .................D-4 OAKWOOD PL. .............................A-3 SHERWOOD DR. .......................A-B-3

WILLOW WOOD DR. .....................C-4

BRISTOL LN. ...................................A-2

DRIFTWOOD CT. ..........................B-4

HUNTING MEADOWS DR. ...........C-3 OLD OAK DR. ................................A-3 SHIREEN DR. ................................A-3

WILMA DR. ....................................A-1

BRITTANIA CT. ................................A-3

EAGLES NEST CIR. ......................C-3

HUNTINGTON PARK DR. .............C-1 OLD OAK LN. ................................A-3 SHURMER RD. .........................B-C-3

WILMINGTON DR. .........................B-3

BRITTANY PL. .................................C-4

EAST BEND DR. ...........................D-4

IDLEWOOD TRL. ..........................B-2

OLD SURREY CT. .........................C-4 SIEDEL’S LANDING ......................A-2

WINCHESTER CT. ........................C-4

BROOKFIELD PL. ...........................A-2

EAST KERRY PL. ..........................B-4

IMPERIAL CT. ................................A-3 OLDE CREEK TRL. .......................A-2 SOUTH BEXLEY DR. ....................C-1

WINDCLIFF RD. ............................B-2

BROOKLINE OV. .........................C-D-1

EASTLAND RD. .............................B-1

INDIANHEAD LN. ..........................C-3 OLDE ORCHARD RD. ...................D-4 SOUTH CHURCHILL DR. ..............A-2

WINDING TRL. ..............................B-3

BROOKSTONE WAY .......................A-1

EASTWIND CT. ..............................A-2

INGLEWOOD CT. ..........................C-1 OLDE TOWNE TRL. ......................D-4 SOUTH DR. ...................................C-1

WINDSOR CASTLE LN. ................A-3

BROXTON DR. ................................C-1

ECHO DR. .....................................B-3

IONIA CT. .......................................B-2 OLIVER DR. ..................................B-4

SOUTH TRL. .................................A-2

WINDSOR DR. ..............................C-3

BRUSHWOOD LN. ..........................D-1

ELIZABETH CIR. ...........................A-2

IVYWOOD TRL. .............................B-2 OLYMPUS CT. ...............................B-2 SOUTH INLET RD. ........................D-4

WINDWARD WAY ..........................B-4

BRYN MAWR BLVD. .......................C-1

ELLSWORTH DR. .........................B-4

IYAMI CT. ......................................C-2

OLYMPUS WAY .............................B-2 SOUTH MEADOWS CIR. ...............C-3

WOLF DR. .....................................D-1

BUCCANEER CREEK TRL. ...........D-4

ELM DR. ........................................B-4

JACQUE RD. .................................D-1 ORDNER DR. ................................C-3 SOUTH RED OAK DR. ..................C-4

WOLF RUN CIR. ...........................C-4

BUNKER HILL DR. ......................B-C-4

EMERALD EDGE PL. ....................D-2

JAMESTOWN CIR. .......................D-4

WOLZHAVEN AVE. ........................A-1

BURGUNDY DR. .............................A-3

ERIN CIR. ......................................B-4

JAMESWAY RD. ............................A-4 OTANI CT. .....................................C-2

SOUTH WHITE OAKS DR. ...........C-4

WOODBERRY LN. .........................A-2

DR.

BURLWOOD DR. .............................D-2

ERWIN DR. ...................................A-4

JANETTE AVE. ..............................D-2 OVERLAND PK. ............................B-3 SOUTH PORTE DR. ......................B-3

WOODBRIAR CIR. ........................B-2

BURNHAM DR. ...............................B-3

ESSEX DR. ...................................C-3

JASMINE CT. ................................D-2

OXFORD DR. ................................B-1 SOUTH VIEW CT. .........................C-1

WOODFIELD TRL. .........................A-2

BUTTER NUT CIR. ..........................D-4

ETHEL DR. ....................................A-1

JEFFERSON CT. ...........................B-3 OXFORD OV. ................................C-4 SOUTH VIEW LN. .........................C-1

WOODHAVEN AVE. .......................B-4

CALDERDALE LN. ..........................D-2

EVELYN CT. ..................................D-1

JERRY COE LN. ............................B-1 OXROW PATH ..............................A-2 SOUTHWIND CT. ..........................A-2

WOODHURST DR. ........................B-1

CALUMET DR. ................................A-2

EVERGREEN DR. .........................B-1

JONATHAN DR. ............................A-1

PADDOCK CIR. .............................A-2 SPINNAKER CIR. ..........................B-4

WOODLAWN CT. ...........................B-4

CAMBRIDGE DR...............................D-4

FAIR ISLE WAY .............................B-2

JULIE CIR. ....................................D-4

PAMELA DR. ..................................B-1 SPRAGUE RD. ...................A-B-C-D-1

WOODLEAF RD. ...........................C-2

CAMBRIDGE OV. ............................B-4

FAIR MEADOW PL. .......................B-1

JUNIPER CT. .................................D-1 PANORAMA PKWY. .......................D-4 SPRINGFIELD DR. ........................A-4

WOODRIDGE CIR. ........................B-2

CAMDEN CT. ...................................D-4

FAIR RD. ........................................A-1

KAREN DR. ...................................D-1 PARK CLIFF RD. ...........................B-2 SPRUCEPOINTE ...........................A-2

WOODRUN DR............................D-1-2

CANTERBURY DR. .........................C-3

FAIRFAX LN. .................................C-4

KELSEY LN. ..................................B-4 PARK LANE DR. ........................C-3-4 SPRUCE RD. .................................A-3

WOODSHIRE DR. ...........................B-3

CARDINAL CIR. ...............................B-1

FAIRFIELD PL. ..............................A-2

KENSINGTON CT. ........................C-4

PARK MOSS AVE. .........................D-2 SPYGLASS HILL DR. ....................D-4

WOODSIDE CT. .............................B-2

CARLTON CT. ..............................A-B-4

FAIRTREE DR. ..............................A-1

KETTERING DR. ...........................C-1 PARK POINT .................................C-2 SQUIRREL HOLLOW LN. .............C-3

WOODSIDE (X)ING NORTH .........B-4

CARLYLE DR. .................................B-2

FAIR WINDS DR. ..........................D-4

KILLIANS GROVE DR. ..................B-4 PARK VIEW CIR. ...........................D-1 STAFFORD DR. .............................B-1

WOODSIDE (X)ING SOUTH ..........B-4

CARMEL OV. ...................................C-1

FAIR WINDS DR. ..........................D-4

KING COE LN. ..............................B-1

PARKWOOD LN. ...........................A-3 STAG THICKET LN. ...................B-C-3

WOODSTOCK RUN ...................A-B-4

CAROL DR. ..................................B-C-3

FALLINGLEAVES RD. ...................C-2

KINGSWOOD CT. .........................A-3

PARTRIDGE DR. ..........................C-3

STANFORD CT. .............................D-1

WOODVIEW CIR. ..........................A-2

CARTWRIGHT PKWY. ....................D-1

FALLINGWATER RD. ....................B-2

KNOLL, THE .................................C-2

PEACHTREE DR. ..........................B-1 STAPLETON DR. ..........................C-1

WORTHINGTON PARK DR. ..........C-1

CASTLE DR. ....................................A-3

FALMOUTH DR. ............................C-4

KORTZ CIR. ..................................D-1 PEARL RD. ................................B-1--4 STEEPLECHASE LN. ....................A-2

WYNNEWOOD PL. ........................B-4

CASTLEMAINE CIR. .......................B-4

FAWN CIR. ....................................B-3

KRONOS CT. .................................B-2 PEARLVIEW DR. ...........................B-3 STELFAST DR. .............................A-4

YAGER DR. ...................................B-2

CASTLEREACH LN. .......................D-2

FAWN MEADOW LN. ....................B-2

KYLEMORE DR. ........................A-B-4 PEBBLE BROOK TRL. ..................A-1 STERLING WAY ............................A-3

YARROW PL. .................................A-2

CASTLETOWN DR. .........................D-4

FENCE LINE ROW DR. .................A-1

LAGUARDIA PKWY. ......................C-1 PEBBLESTONE CT. ......................D-4 STEVEN DAVID DR. ......................A-1

YARROW TRL. ..............................A-2

CEDAR BRANCH TRL. ...................A-1

FERN CANYON DR. .....................C-4

LAKE CIRCLE DR. ........................C-1 PEMBROOKE OV. .....................A-B-4 STILLBROOKE DR. .......................C-3

YORKTOWN OV. ...........................B-4

CELIANNA DR. ................................A-1

FERNWOOD CIR. .........................D-1

LAKE FOREST DR. .......................C-1 PENNY PINES CIR. ......................C-4 STONE CREEK OV. ......................B-3

ZVERINA LN. .................................B-2

CENTURY OAK DR. ........................D-1

FETTERMAN DR. ..........................B-3

LAKE MEADOWS DR. ..................D-1 PEPPER CREEK DR. ....................D-2 STONERIDGE TRL. ......................D-4

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STONY POINT DR. .......................D-4

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LAMPLIGHTER LN. .......................C-3 PEPPERWOOD DR. ......................C-4

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ROSEWOOD LN.

RUTH DR.

JANETTE AVE.

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FOLTZ INDUSTRIAL PKWY. ......A-3-4 LANIER AVE. .................................C-3 PHEASANT RUN PL. ....................B-1

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WOODRUN DR.

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BURLWOOD DR.

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OSAGE DR. ...................................C-1 SOUTH RED ROCK DR. ...............C-4

TRAILS LNDG. ...............................D-4

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Community Information

Strongsville City Club The Strongsville City Club

was founded in 1968 with the objective to cultivate and promote civic interests for the City of Strongsville. For almost 50 years, the City Club has contributed to various projects and community activities with a primary focus on supporting the Strongsville Special Olympics.

City Club members, their families and volunteers donate countless hours to support two annual events to raise funds. Each June since 1968 the Commons comes alive kicking off the summer with the City Club Rib BurnOff. This three day event draws the community together to enjoy live entertainment along with fantastic food including ribs from around the country. As summer winds down, the City Club invites the community to

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join each other for Breakfast on the Covered Bridge. Since the first breakfast served in 1983, the tradition of a leisurely morning spent with friends enjoying a home cooked breakfast in a beautiful setting is a great way to spend a September morning before heading off to the ‘Day at the Chalet’ or to a Browns game!

Over 20 years ago, the City Club provided the vision and funding for Strongsville’s landmark Clock Tower on the Commons! The Clock Tower is a beacon of civic pride for all Strongsville residents and those passing through the Route 82 and Pearl Road intersection. Other major projects include funding for Catan Stadium, the newly built Food Bank, the City Cemetery Fence and the Pandrangi Tower at Southwest General Hospital. Most importantly, City Club members hold a loving place in their hearts for the Special Olympics athletes and their families. The City Club proudly funds their various events throughout the year and look forward to the annual Christmas Family Breakfast at Michaud’s! More information can be found at www.strongsvillecityclub.org and the City Club members thank the residents of Strongsville and surrounding communities for their fantastic support of the entire club’s efforts.


Area Attractions  Continued from page 59

General Information

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo 3900 Wildlife Way Cleveland, OH 216-661-6500 www.clemetzoo.com

Convention & Visitors Bureau of Greater Cleveland 50 Public Square Cleveland, OH 44113 216-621-4110 www.positivelycleveland.com

Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad 1664 Main St. Peninsula, OH 800-468-4070 www.cvsr.com Good Time III 825 East Ninth Street Pier North Coast Harbor Cleveland, OH 44114-1017 216-861-5110 www.goodtimeiii.com Jet Express 3 Monroe St. Port Clinton, OH 43452 419-732-2800 www.jet-express.com Lolly the Trolley P.O. Box 91658 Cleveland OH 44101-3658 216-771-4484 www.lollytrolley.com Miller Ferry to Put-in-Bay P.O. Box 239 535 Bayview Avenue Put-in-Bay, OH. 43456 800-500-2421 www.millerferry.com

Sports Akron Rubber Ducks AA Minor League Baseball 300 South Main St. Akron, OH 44308 855-977-8225 www.akronrubberducks.com Cleveland Browns FirstEnergy Stadium 100 Alfred Lerner Way Cleveland, OH 44114 440-891-5001 www.clevelandbrowns.com Lake County CaptainsClass A Minor League Baseball 35300 Vine St. Eastlake, OH 44095 440-975-8085 www.captainsbaseball.com Quicken Loans Arena-Cleveland Cavaliers Professional Basketball 1 Center Court Cleveland, OH 44115 1-888-894-9424 www.nba.com/cavaliers

Mohican Adventures P.O. Box 263, 3045 SR 3 South Loudonville, OH 44842 800-662-2663 www.mohicanadventures.com

Progressive Field-Cleveland Indians Professional Baseball 2401 Ontario St. Cleveland, OH 44115 216-420-4487 http://cleveland.indians.mlb.com

Nautica Queen 1153 Main Ave. Cleveland, OH 44113 216-696-8888 www.nauticaqueen.com

Pro Football Hall of Fame 2121 George Halas Dr. NW Canton, OH 44708 330-456-8207 www.profootballhof.com

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Community Information

Dining Guide A Slice Above 8788 Pearl Rd. 440-826-1300

Boston Market 14375 Pearl Rd. 440-846-0003

Applebee’s 17771 Southpark Ctr. 440-572-5292

Antonio’s Pizza 14232 Pearl Rd. 440-878-1111 www.antoniospizza.net

Arby’s 15112 Pearl Rd. 440-846-0700

Brew Kettle 8377 Pearl Rd. 440-239-8788 www.thebrewkettle.com

Bruegger’s Bagel Bakery 15035 Pearl Rd. 440-572-4646

One of Strongsville’s historic places, the Pomeroy House was built in 1847 as the family’s home. Today, Don’s Pomeroy House is a fine dining experience.

Bhelwala Indian Street Food 15036 Pearl Rd. 440-268-6755 bhelwalaindianfood.com

Bilo’s Bar & Grill 14751 Pearl Rd. 440-238-7495

B-Spot 18066 Royalton Rd. 440-572-9600 bspotburgers.com

Buca di Beppo 16677 Southpark Center 440-846-6262

Chipotle 15029 Pearl Rd. 440-846-9625

Bucci's J Bella Italian Restaurant 12201 Pearl Rd. 440-238-0200 www.buccis.net

Burger King 12380 Pearl Rd. 440-238-2627

Buffalo Wild Wings 8465 Pearl Rd. 440-243-9464 www.buffalowildwings.com Chick Fil-A 16584 Royalton Rd. 440-238-2344

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Chipotle 500 Southpark Center 440-238-1673

Cleat’s Club Seat Grille 15147 Pearl Rd. 440-572-1088 www.cleatswings.com

Cute Little Cupcake Shop 15131 Pearl Rd. 440-846-1352 Dairy Queen 12152 Pearl Rd. 440-238-3491 D.C. Pasta Company 12214 Pearl Rd. 440-238-8500


Dean House Chinese Restaurant 14393 Pearl Rd. 440-268-9568 DiBella’s Subs 16758 Royalton Rd. 440-846-0924 Domino's Pizza 14300 Pearl Rd. 440-572-0444

Gina’s Pizza 14423 Pearl Rd. 440-238-4820 Goldie’s Deli & Restaurant 13500 Pearl Rd. 440-572-8700 Gourme Family Restaurant 15315 Pearl Rd. 440-572-3111 Gran Fiesta Mexican 18737 Royalton Rd. 440-846-2313

Don’s Pomeroy House 13663 Pearl Rd. 440-572-1111 www.donspomeroy.com

HoneyBaked Ham 14136 Pearl Rd. 440-846-4400 Houlihan’s 164 Southpark Mall 440-572-9090

Donut Scene 15033 Pearl Rd. 440-238-0288 Dunkin Donuts 12152 Pearl Rd. 440-238-3491 East of Chicago Pizza 19772 West 130th St. 440-878-1700

Italian Village Restaurant 16605 Pearl Rd. 440-572-1414 www.italianvillage.menu

Emilio’s Pizza 20934 Drake Rd. 440-846-1111

Jennifer’s Restaurant 8464 Pearl Rd. 440-234-2044

Empire Wok 10917 Prospect Rd. 440-238-1106

Jimmy John’s 14993 Pearl Rd. 440-238-4008

European's Best Restaurant & Bakery 19608 West 130th St. 440-572-0600

KFC 12827 Pearl Rd. 440-572-9399

Firehouse Subs 17250 Royalton Rd. 440-238-1133 Five Guys Burger & Fries 500 Southpark Center 440-268-9968 Giant Eagle Market District 15919 Pearl Rd. 440-238-6367

Kartel’s Restaurant & Party Center 14741 Pearl Rd. 440-572-3720 www.facebook.com/ Kartels-Restaurant-PartyCenter-120203844658758

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Lemonberry Frozen Yogurt 12927 Pearl Rd. 440-238-0793

Old Carolina BBQ 14795 Pearl Rd. 440-268-8461

Longhorn Steakhouse 17211 Southpark Center 440-238-7917

Olympia Sweet Treats & Grille 11606 Pearl Rd. 440-572-7747

Mama Julianne's 10913 Prospect Rd. 440-238-2028

Panera Bread 17090 Royalton Rd. 440-846-0377

Marcos’ Pizza 12513 Pearl Rd. 440-572-9900 McDonald’s 14615 Pearl Rd. 440-572-1832

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King Dragon Chinese Restaurant 20906 Drake Rd. 440-238-8278

La Chateau Martini Bar 12287 Pearl Rd. 440-846-8818

Molly McGhee’s 13169 Prospect Rd. 440-238-0118

La Kabob Lebanese Grill 14228 Pearl Rd. 440-846-5100

Mr. Hero 12465 Pearl Rd. 440-238-8811

Kumo Japanese Sushi & Seafood Buffet 14415 Pearl Rd. 440-268-9999

Nola's Po' Boy 17024 Pearl Rd. 440-268-6610

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Restaurant, Pub, and Patio.

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Papa John's 16494 Pearl Rd. 440-572-4000 Penn Station 14612 Pearl Rd. 440-238-6240

Mulligan’s Bar & Grille 20880 Royalton Rd. 440-238-4447 www.facebook.com/ mulligansstrongsville

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Panini’s Bar & Grill 14952 Pearl Rd. 440-878-2200 www.paninisgrill.com

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Pizza Hut 14089 Pearl Rd. 440-268-7989 Red Lobster 17227 Southpark Center 440-572-0717


Robeks Fruit Juices & Smoothies 18025 Royalton Rd. 440-572-1640 Rockne’s 16532 Royalton Rd. 440-572-3663 Romano’s Macaroni Grill 17095 Southpark Center 440-878-3000 Rosewood Grill 16740 Royalton Rd. 440-783-5500 Sakura Sushi 15040 Pearl Rd. 440-268-9668

Shinto Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar 17070 Pearl Rd. 440-878-3868 www.shintoexperience.com

Simmering Pot at the Holiday Inn 15471 Royalton Rd. 440-238-8800 Slim & Chubby’s 12492 Prospect Rd. 440-572-7546

Samurai Sushi Bar & Hibachi Steakhouse 16670 Royalton Rd. 440-238-6948

Sorella's Pizza 14769 Pearl Rd. 440-878-1400

Scrambler Marie's 16726 Pearl Rd. 440-238-4143

Starbuck’s 18400 Royalton Rd. 440-572-1105

Trivs Restaurant Subway 14904 Pearl Rd. 440-572-3585 Sweet Mango Thai Cuisine 14610 Pearl Rd. 440-238-9921 Taco Bell 14529 Pearl Rd. 440-846-8226 TGI Friday’s 18400 Royalton Rd. 440-238-1299 Tommy’s Pizza 17664 Pearl Rd. 440-878-9999

Trivs Restaurant & Lounge 17100 Royalton Rd. 440-238-8830 www.trivsstrongsville.com

Wendy’s 14944 Pearl Rd. 440-238-6690 Zoup 18086 Royalton Rd. 440-876-0400 Every effort has been made to provide a complete and accurate restaurant list. Please contact us in reference to corrections or additions for future publications.

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Promoting & Preserving the Arts By Ken McEntee

Arts in Strongsville,

the local non-profit group dedicated to promoting and preserving the arts, will feature Strongsville’s 200th birthday during its annual Art & Chalk Walk competition on the Commons in May. Camp Applause, a weeklong summer arts camp for children, offered in partnership with the city’s Parks, Recreation & Senior Services Department, also will offer activities that celebrate the bicentennial. Expanding on its signature event, A Day at the Chalet, a free family outdoor arts festival held every September at the Cleveland Metroparks Chalet, Arts in Strongsville focuses most of its efforts on the community’s youth. Along with Camp Applause and the Chalk Walk, Arts in Strongsville also awards annual scholarships to high school seniors who plan to pursue a higher education in an arts-related field. For the second year, in 2015, Arts in Strongsville sponsored a middle school poster contest to support the schools’ anti-bullying and social/emotional education program. Activities are funded by generous contributions from individuals, business and organizations in the community, along with fundraisers, like the annual Evening of Wine, Music and Cabaret, which sells out each January. A Day at the Chalet also is supported by grants from Cuyahoga Arts and Culture and the Ohio Arts Council.

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Places of Worship United Church of Christ-Congregational Strongsville United Church of Christ 13740 Pearl Rd. 440-238-6697 Musicians and Parishioners of Strongsville United Methodist Church

United Methodist Baptist First Baptist Church of Strongsville 17444 Drake Rd. 440-238-5378

Evangelical Church Pathway Church 21211 Drake Rd. 440-878-9890

Catholic

Lutheran

St. John Neumann Catholic Church 16271 Pearl Rd. 440-238-1770

First Evangelical Lutheran Church of Strongsville (E.L.C.A.) 19419 Royalton Rd. 440-238-7890

St. Joseph Catholic Church 12700 Pearl Rd. 440-238-5555

Our Savior Evangelical Lutheran Church (Wisconsin Synod) 14343 Sprague Rd. 440-234-6595

St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod) 8888 Prospect Rd. 440-234-5806

Strongsville United Methodist Church 13500 Royalton Rd. 440-238-6135

Nondenominational

Other

Christ Church 23080 Royalton Rd. 440238-8282

Issso Shri Swaminarayan Temple 13354 Pearl Rd. 440-238-2222

Faith Community Church 15245 Tracy Lane 440-238-5661

The Strongsville Belarusian Autocephalous Orthodox Church P.O. Box 360498 Strongsville, Ohio 44136 440-878-1315

Strongsville Bible Fellowship 13237 Prospect Rd. 440-572-9033

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Advertiser Index Accountants/CPA Greg Finkler CPA....................... p 72 www.finklercpa.com

Attorneys-at-Law John J. Urban, Attorney at Law, Ltd............................. p 9, 33 www.jjurbanlaw.com Walter Haverfield LLP............... p 13 www.walterhav.com

Auto Repair & Service

Community United Credit Union......................................... p 10 www.cu-cu.org

Bathroom Remodeling Independence Plumbing & Electrical................................. p 71 www.independenceplumbing.net

Chamber of Commerce Strongsville Chamber of Commerce.................................. p 14 www.strongsvillechamber.com

D & D Automotive..................... p 71

Chiropractor Banks & Credit Unions Century Federal Credit Union................................... p 11, 32 www.cenfedcu.org

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Timber Ridge Neck & Back Pain Clinic.................... p 34, 59 www.northroyaltonchiropractor.com

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Church Strongsville United Methodist Church............................ p 13, 34, 69 www.strongsvillleumc.org

Cleaning Services/ Residential The Cleaning Authority...... p 31, 43 www.thecleaningauthority.com/ broadviewheights

Cleaning/Construction & Commercial

Strongsville Kiwanis Club.......... p 63 www.strongsvillekiwanis.com

Colleges & Universities Cuyahoga Community College.... p 19, 35, Inside Back Cover www.tri-c.edu Midpoint Campus Center.... p 20, 33 www.midpointcampus.com

Country Club/Golf Weymouth Country Club.......... p 25 www.weymouthcc.com

Fornelli Cleaning....................... p 28

Clubs & Organizations Arts In Strongsville.................... p 68 www.artsinstrongsville.org Rotary Club of Strongsville....... p 57 www.strongsvillerotaryclub.org Strongsville Education Foundation................................ p 55 www.SEFoundation.com

Dentist Aerni Dental.............................. p 22 www.aernidental.com

Dentist/Pediatric Brunswick Kidds Laser Dentistry.................................... p 23 www.brunswickkiDDS.com


Electricians Clover Electric............................ p 71 www.cloverelectric.com

Financial Planner/ Investments Skylight Financial Group........... p 11 www.skylightfinancialgroup.com

Hospitals/Medical Facilities Cleveland Clinic............. p 32, 36, 37 www.clevelandclinic.org Southwest General Health Center.....Inside Front Cover, p 34, 38 www.swgeneral.com

Insurance Garden Center/ Greenhouse

Dane Donaldson - State Farm Insurance.............................. p 33, 55 www.danedonaldson.com

Pettiti Garden Centers.............. p 67 http://www.petittigardencenter.com

Hearing Health Brookway Hearing Center........ p 26 www.brookwayhearing.com

Heating & Cooling Kasidonis Heating and Cooling....................................... p 29 www.kasidonisheatingandcooling.com

Insurance/Medical & Health Medical Mutual............... p 5, 35, 40 www.medmutual.com

Interior Design Services New Creation Interiors........ p 30, 43 www.newcreationinteriors.net

Jewelry & Gifts Home Builder/Custom Parkview Homes.......................... p 7 www.parkviewhomes.com

Home Remodeling & Construction

Gregory Filo Jewelry Design.................................... p 2, 33 www.filojewelry.com

Landscaping Erie Landscaping....................... p 62 www.erielandscaping.net

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Hospice Services Hospice Services of SW General.......................... p 34, 38 www.swgeneral.com/hospice

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Physical Therapy

Library

Hands-On Physical Therapy................................ p 28, 39 www.HandsOnPTS.com

Cuyahoga County Public LibraryStrongsville Branch.................... p 17 www.cuyahogalibrary.org

Pizza

Mental Health Support

Antonio’s Pizza..................... p. 1, 32 www.antoniospizza.net

Nami Greater Cleveland............ p 71 www.namigreatercleveland.org

Plumbing & Electrical

Organizations/ Non-Profit Achievement Centers for Children..................................... p 58 www.achievementcenters.org

Independence Plumbing & Electrical................................. p 71 www.independenceplumbing.net

Shinto Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar........................... p 30, 65 www.shintoexperience.com

Southwest Commons................ p 36 www.LifeServicesAssistedLiving.com

Trivs Restaurant & Lounge........ p 24 www.trivsstrongsville.com

Westwood Place........................ p 41 www.ownerslive.com/westwood

Schools/Career & Technical

Senior Services/Home Health Services

Printing & Graphic Design Alpha Graphics............................ p 9 www.us507.alphagraphics.com

Realtors/Real Estate Howard Hanna................p 42, 44, Back Cover www.howardhanna.com Stouffer Realty................... p 45 www.stoufferrealty.com

Recreation/FitnessWorkout Facility Lifeworks Fitness................ p 63 www.lifeworksfitness.net

Schools/Private

Comforcare Home Care...... p 32, 38 www.centralcuyahoga.comforcare.com Hanson Services......................... p 36 www.hansonservices.com

Sts. Joseph and John School..... p 19 www.sjjschool.org

Senior Helpers........................... p 63 www.seniorhelpers.com

St. Mary's Catholic School......... p 20 www.smsberea.org

Shopping

Screen Printing/ Embroidery Bullseye Activewear & Promotions............................. p 27 www.bullseyeactivewear.com

Senior Services

Marc's......................................... p 15 www.marcs.com

Snow Removal Erie Landscaping....................... p 62 www.erielandscaping.net

Storage Facility

Restaurants

Altenheim Senior Living.............................. p 26, 40, 41 www.altenheim.com

Strongsville Mini-Storage... p 15, 31 www.strongsvillestorage.com

Antonio's Pizza............... p 1, 32 www.antoniospizza.net

Kemper House........................... p 29 www.kemperhouse.com

Window Treatments

Bucci's J Bella...................... p 64 www.buccis.net

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Pearlview Rehab & Wellness Center................... p 34, 41 www.pearlviewcarecenter.com

Polaris Career Center................ p 19 www.polaris.edu

Photographer Beverly David Photography.............................. p 35 www.beverlydavidphoto.com

Don's Pomeroy House............... p 66 www.donspomeroy.com

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Budget Blinds...................... p 27, 44 www.budgetblinds.com/strongsville


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