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area MAGAZINE & COMMUNITY GUIDE This is an Image Builders Marketing Inc.™ Trademark Publication created and produced for the City of Medina. City of Medina Dennis Hanwell, Mayor 132 North Elmwood, P.O. Box 703 Medina, Ohio 44256 330-725-8861 Copyright © 2017, All rights reserved. Image Builders Marketing, Inc. 9780 Beechwood Dr. North Royalton, Ohio 44133 440-346-4482

Contents 4 From the Mayor

5 City Overview 13 Bicentennial Section 21 Financial 22 Education 25 Business & Community


38 Health & Wellness

44 Senior Living 45 HomeS & Real Estate 47 Main Street Medina 50 Parks & Recreation 52 Community


60 Medina Street Map 62 Dining Guide 64 Advertiser Index

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ON THE COVER: Area business and community leaders, see page 25. COVER LOCATION: Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Root Homestead, 662 W. Liberty St., was home of the A.I. Root and E.R. Root families, pioneers in the Honeybee Industry of America and founders of the A.I. Root Company, the first bee supply manufacturers in America. PHOTOGRAPHER: Mark Hunter, Mark Hunter Photo.


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Medina Magazine! It is our pleasure to present you with the 11th

annual Medina Area Magazine and Community Guide. It is an exciting time in Medina as we will celebrate our 200th Anniversary. We have planned Bicentennial events for the entire year that focus on our rich history, arts, and culture. We hope you will have the time to take part in many of these events this year. This magazine is brought to you free-of-charge as a result of many generous sponsorships from local businesses and organizations throughout our fine community. In turn, please support these local businesses. Medina continues to be a very special place to live, work, and visit. The activities, shopping, and various eateries in our downtown draw visitors from near and far. We are blessed with numerous cultural activities and events throughout the year on our Public Square. The surrounding historic buildings help to create a family environment that is enjoyed by all. We are additionally blessed with excellent schools, parks and recreational activities, the Medina County Library, and health facilities all of which enhance and improve the quality of life for our residents, workers and visitors. There are numerous opportunities for employment as our commercial areas grow and expand, as well as our industrial businesses. The city has recently experienced $128 million in industrial investments, resulting in nearly $28 million in new payroll once all new positions projected are filled. Our success has been due in large part to our positive customer service model in all our city services and our search for perpetual improvement in all we do. We are thankful for all the positive growth Medina has experienced over the years, and we look to continue to improve in our service to the Medina community. If you have any questions or we may assist you in any way, please contact us at Medina City Hall. We look forward to serving you. Sincerely, Dennis Hanwell Mayor


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City Overview

Happy 200th Birthday to Medina …. Preserving the Past. Forging the Future.

By Ken McEntee

A glance around Public Square,

On the heels of Medina’s yearlong bicentennial celebration, which began this November, Hanwell says the city has much more to offer than just an inviting, old-time appearance. “We have a culture of caring here that is reflected in our government services,” he says. “We have an excellent school system, great medical facilities and a robust park system.”

“Culture of Caring,” the mayor said, will be the city’s theme during the upcoming year.


On November 30, 1818, Elijah Boardman deeded the public square area, securing Medina as the county seat within a township originally called “Mecca.” Three years later, the Medina County courts took occupancy in a new brick building that still stands today. Many of the original structures, however were wooden, and were destroyed in a major fire in 1870, according to Main Street Medina, an organization that has led the efforts to

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which is accentuated by a grand gazebo and surrounded by historical buildings that contain quaint shops, may lead you to imagine yourself living in simpler times among Medina’s early settlers. Almost 200 years after Medina was founded, the Square remains unquestionably the town’s most distinctive attraction.

“Business people come here and they notice our historic area,” says Mayor Dennis Hanwell. “They tell us, ‘We saw the square, and what a great place for our employees’ families to live.’”


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preserve the town’s historic district. The years after the blaze saw the construction of the brick buildings that continue to give Medina its unique historic character. With the 200th anniversary of the town’s founding a year away, a yearlong celebration is scheduled to begin with a “founder’s float” in Main Street Medina’s annual Candlelight Walk parade that took place on November 18. Historic characters in costume were present on the Square during the Candlelight Walk weekend. Special bicentennial events during the following 12 months will focus on the town’s rich history as told through living history characters, architecture, music, artifacts and culture.

displays and presentations about Medina’s growth in 1950s and 1960s, including the development of important transportation routes, including I-71. October events will look at the long history of manufacturing and industry in Medina. Finally, in November 2018, the celebration will culminate with a variety of events, including an original school play about Medina’s history.

Business Remains Strong

“Manufacturing and industry remain the foundation of Medina,” notes Kimberly Marshall, the city’s economic development director. “Many people may not realize the number of products that are being made right in our backyards,” Marshall says. “We’ve had a lot of industrial expansions this year, which is

For example, in commemoration of Black History Month, in February, a tour of homes in and around Medina that were stops on the Underground Railroad will be featured. The area’s historic fires of 1848, 1870 and 1877 will be explored in April. In August, the annual Affair on the Square will focus on

Clockwise, top left: Ribbon cutting ceremony for HHL Group, CPA’s and Business Consultants at 345 East Washington St.; The Echelon Independent & Assisted


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exciting because of new jobs that are being created.” “One of the most significant expansion projects of the year,” she says, “was at Carlisle Brake & Friction, a global manufacturer of brake, clutch and transmission systems. The company closed a plant in Oklahoma and consolidated its operations into their Medina location with a 158,000 square foot expansion of its Lake Road facility, creating 70 new jobs.” “We were in competition with Oklahoma and Indiana for this project, and we were able to work with our partners at the state and county to get a very significant win,” Marshall says. Sandridge Food Corp., the city’s largest private sector employer, also expanded this year, adding 15,000 square feet of production area and new equipment in a $16 million project that will create 50 new jobs by 2020. Sandridge provides services and fresh food solutions – such as salads and sauces for the foodservice and retail industries. “Firedex, a manufacturer of fire fighting gear, also is ‘growing like crazy,’ ” Marshall says. The company this year is doubling the size of its Progress Drive plant to 50,000 square feet, and will add 30 new employees.

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Simmons Brothers addition to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

Living ground breaking ceremony; and Kokosing Material Inc.’s asphalt plant at 310 N. State Road in Medina.


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investment in the industrial sector alone.” The importance of manufacturing to the local economy is emphasized at the Made in Medina County business expo, which is held every other October at the Medina County Fairgrounds. Organized by the Medina County Economic Development Corporation, the event allows attendees to see the products that local manufacturers ship all over the world.

Retail is Booming

“The city’s retail sector also continues to boom, lead by demand for space on and around the Square,” Hanwell says. “The Square is vibrant,” he says. “We have 100 percent occupancy, and any time we have an opening we have people vying against each other trying to get in. It’s a prime area because there are so many people on the sidewalks and in the park every night of the week. It’s not only when we’re having an event there.”

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“Manufacturing is on the rise in Medina,” Marshall says. “So far this year, we’ve seen more than $70 million in



Marshall says monthly ribbon cuttings and celebrations of local business’ milestones are among her favorite parts of her job. “I think going through the step of formally welcoming business owners into Medina makes them feel at home,” she says. “It’s heartwarming to see the smiles on their faces.” Among the new retail and commercial openings and milestone this year were: • 50th anniversary of Transfer Title Agency • New Easter Seals adult day care center at 124 North Court Street • New ownership at Snap Fitness, 919 Court Street • $350,000 outdoor track expansion at High Voltage Indoor Karting, 333 Foundry Street • Opening of Floor Coverings International, at 620 East Smith Road • Opening of Rafraichir micro-spa, at 750 East Washington Street • Opening of Peppy Walnuts Sweets Boutique, at 503 South Court Street • Opening of Manhattan Dames, a vintage clothing boutique, at 140 West Washington Street • Expansion of Rico Manufacturing’s offices and showroom, at 699 West Liberty Street • Opening of Skin Care Solutions, at 401 South Court Street. • New location and expansion for the HHL Group accounting and business consulting firm, at 345 East Washington Street • Opening of the Circles on the Square doughnut shop at 28 Public Square

Customer Friendly

One reason Medina attracts and retains


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Kimberly Marshall, Economic Development Director

Business Spotlight


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businesses, Hanwell asserts, is the city’s business friendly service. “I call it a community oriented government model, and it extends to the business community as well as Medina residents,” the mayor says. “It’s about a culture of caring for people’s needs. From the business side, it’s making sure their projects get done quickly. Sometimes there is a very short window to get an expansion project started, inspected and completed before a business gets into its busy season. We do whatever is needed to make it happen, even if it means bringing an inspector out early in the morning, late in the evening or on Saturday or Sunday to keep a project on track.” The same concept, he says, applies to municipal services. “Everything in the city is every city employee’s business,” Hanwell says. “If somebody sees a sign that needs to be replaced, or a dead animal on the street that needs to be removed, it doesn’t matter if its a parks employee or a cemetery employee, they have the responsibility of reporting it. We don’t say, ‘that’s not my job’ here.”

Saving Lives

The concept of cooperation among first responders, Hanwell says, has allowed police and paramedics to more efficiently assist accident victims. “There are cities where police and fire personal arrive at an emergency and argue about whose scene it is,” says Hanwell, a former Medina police chief. “Our police officers are trained in trauma care as first responders. That’s because we can get a squad car on the scene in one to two minutes but a rescue squad typically takes five to six minutes. It doesn’t sound like a lot, but every second counts if a person’s heart stops or they aren’t breathing.” Medina police who arrive before paramedics are trained to sustain life until a rescue squad arrives. “The Cleveland Clinic was so impressed by how we did our  Continued on page 12


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. .. y t n u o C a in d e Visit M Explore the Possibilities Small town atmosphere

‌ big city flavor. Enjoy unique shopping - Ohio Station Outlets (60+ stores) and Hollo’s Papercraft. Historic town squares throughout feature Victorian architecture with quaint shops, eclectic restaurants, and more.

year-round with window displays from NYC department stores, toys, photos, Santa Squeeze, Blizzard Vortex, familiar props and costumes from Christmas movies, Alien Vacation Mini Golf in Freaky 3D and more. Call for hours.

Castle Noel offers holiday entertainment

Check out High Voltage Indoor Karting

(indoor electric go-cart track). Festivals, events, concerts and farms offer something for everyone. Just 35 miles south of Cleveland, 24 miles west of Akron. For much more information, visit


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Kids have fun in the conga line at the Family Fun Pool Party at Memorial Pool.

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training that they provided us with AEDs (Automated external defibrillators) for every police car, and they are studying what we do. So we are a model for Northeast Ohio.” AEDs diagnose the life-threatening cardiac conditions and apply electric pulses to reestablish a proper heart rhythm. “Equipping police officers with AEDs can save time and save lives,” the mayor says. “Our officers also carry equipment like tourniquets and Quick Clot with them so they don’t have to go back to the car to get them. We have had multiple occasions where officers were able to stop people from bleeding out because they were able to apply tourniquets before paramedics arrived. Sometimes officers are able to assist paramedics on the scene to avoid having to tie up two paramedic teams. It’s another example of cooperation among our departments.” The cooperation extends to keeping the city clean. “Making a first impression on visitors is important,” he says. “That goes for everything from keeping litter off the streets, to maintaining a friendly and helpful attitude to people who come into City Hall.”

Staying Cool


Cooperation was central to this year’s re-opening of the city’s outdoor swimming pool, Hanwell says. The pool closed in 2012 due to safety concerns. “There were several options for the pool that included leaving it closed, installing skylights to let sunlight into the indoor pool or to rebuild the pool with all new decking,” the mayor explains. “Everybody didn’t agree on the right way to go, but once City Council made the decision, everybody got on board and got it done, and ahead of schedule. It has been very successful. It wasn’t a really hot summer, but the pool was always loaded with people. That collaboration and spirit of cooperation for the betterment of the city is something that I am very proud of.” Medina Area Magazine & Community Guide | 2018

Our Bicentennial

It’s Time to Celebrate! Come and Join In! Founded in 1818, Medina is a

community proud of its heritage. The Public Square and the buildings in the historic district surrounding the uptown park have been recognized as the physical, symbolic, commercial, governmental, cultural and social center of Medina since its founding nearly two centuries ago. From 1818 to today, Medina has seen decades of change, growth, challenges, loss, and prosperity, and it is fitting that we celebrate our community’s 200th year of existence. The Medina Bicentennial Celebration Committee is working to capture the history—and the stories—of the City of Medina for our official Bicentennial Celebration in

2018. Much thought has already gone into preparing for this wonderful celebration and there are plans for over 50 events spread out over the entire year. Events include: • Lecture series featuring living history characters • Founders Day Celebration – November 30, 2018 • Family fun events • A Homecoming celebration from July 4 thru July 11, including a parade, band concert, fireworks, Medina High School Class reunion, and much more • Concerts featuring music from different eras • Historic building and home tours • Impacts of national history on Medina • History of Medina City Schools • Medina manufacturing and industry through the years • Medina women’s history • A celebration of presentday Medina • The creation and installation of a time capsule More events will be added to the celebration both by the committee and by local organizations wanting to share part of their story with the community

and to simply join in the year-long celebration. A complete, up-to-date listing of all the Bicentennial events may be found at Information will also be available through Facebook. Twitter and Snapchat. While the Mayor has established a committee to organize the Bicentennial celebration, this event belongs to all Medinians. There are many ways for individuals, families, businesses and organizations to become an active part of our community celebration. Please check the website for more information or make your own celebration plans and share them with the committee so we may help publicize your event. Every Medina resident, both current and former, is invited to participate in our Bicentennial Homecoming Week in July 2018. As the County Seat of Medina, the community also invites residents of the county and the nearby region to join us as we celebrate not only the 200th birthday of our town, but also the bicentennial of Medina County. On the next page is a listing of the events currently planned for Homecoming Week. More will be added. Please “Save the Dates” for this mid-year special celebration and look for more information on the website.


Our Bicentennial

Homecoming W E E K

Schedule of Events Tuesday, July 3rd through Wednesday, July 11th

July 3rd Annual Holiday Fireworks program at Medina High School July 4th Official Bicentennial Celebration Parade – 5pm around the Square

Annual Independence Day concert by the Historic Medina Community Band

July 5th A display of Medina Police Department vehicles and gear with officers providing information about each display. On the Square – 7pm to 9pm

Big Screen videos of Historic Medina – Public Square Park – 9pm

July 6th Family party at the Memorial Park Outdoor Pool – Food from 11am to 2pm. Pool open until 7pm

Historic Medina Community Band Concert in the Gazebo in the Public Square Park – 8:30pm

Rally in the Alley – 9:30pm

July 7th Farmers’ Market – 9am to 1pm

Assorted games, activities, music and entertainment on the Square – 1pm - 7pm

July 8th

The Medina Fire Department will have a display of department vehicles and gear with firefighters providing information about each display. Firefighters will also do demonstrations and offer family fun programming – 2pm - 5pm

Jazz Concert in the Public Square Park – 7pm - 9pm

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July 9th The Medina County Arts Council will present a Children’s Program at Noon in the Public Square Park.

On Broadway Street there will be a display of Medina Service and Parks Departments vehicles and gear with employees providing information about each display. Vehicles could include garbage truck, snow plow, water buffalo, tractors, street sweeper and other unique items of equipment. The public will be able to see these vehicles up close – 7pm - 9pm.

July 10th

The Medina County Arts Council will present a Children’s Program at Noon in the Public Square Park and an Arts Week Concert in the Gazebo beginning at 7pm

There will be a Big Screen video party by the gazebo showing a family movie with refreshments provided – 9pm

July 11th The Annual Medina High School 50+ Reunion luncheon will be held at Weymouth Country Club – 11am to 2pm The Medina County Arts Council will present a Children’s Program at Noon in the Public Square Park and an Arts Week Concert in the Gazebo beginning at 7pm Note: Events subject to change. New events will be added. Please check for the most current information.

Come Experience Medina’s Community History The Medina Town Hall & Engine House Museum

photographs of the village, a mural depicting the great fire of 1870, photos following the reconstruction between 1871 and 1890, and the architecture and signage of the 1940s and 1950s. Photos and memorabilia from the comprehensive Historic District restoration that began in 1968 are also on display. The museum is also home to a fire engine from 1918, the High's Jewelers clock sign, fire and safety collectibles, and many other artifacts. "The collection will continue to grow and evolve as more people become aware of it and donate materials to more fully showcase the rich history of Medina," Smalley said.

The museum recounts Medina's history, beginning with its first settler in 1817, and the collection showcases the city's evolution from a small farming community and rural county seat to the bustling city of today. Visitors can glimpse early

The museum is owned by the city and run by the Medina Archives Commission. It is open during special events on the Square and by appointment. Admission is free.

hosted its official grand opening June 12, 2017. The museum, housed in the historic 1878 Town Hall and Engine house building at 50 Public Square, is one of the city's iconic landmarks. “The museum originally opened in November 2013,� said Roger Smalley, Medina Archives Commissioner and the museum's chairman. "Since then, we've greatly expanded the collection, with artifacts from the Medina movie theater, the former Whitey's Army Navy store, and we've made some wonderful physical improvements to the museum itself," Smalley said.


Our Bicentennial Like father, like son. Ernest Root took over the beekeeping part of the business and continued giving live honey bee demonstrations.

A man wise beyond his years and intellectually curious, A. I. Root embodied the inventive spirit of the 19th century. He revolutionized beekeeping when his ingenious creations enabled the mass production of honey.

A. I. Root’s honey bees were farmed out to parts of the country to help with pollination across the United States and Canada! Some of the locations included Virginia, Council Bluffs, Iowa and Ontario, Canada.


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A very young A.I. Root with his wife, Susan, shortly after they were married. They were married in 1861 and celebrated over 60 years of marriage!

A.I.Root revolutionaized the beekeeping industry when their inventions allowed the harvesting of

What started off as a hobby for A. I. Root, turned into a booming beekeeping business that evolved into candle making!

A. I. Root was born in Medina in 1839. He was captivated by beekeeping when a swarm of honey bees landed on the window of his jewelry store. He paid $1, a day’s wage, for the “box of bugs”, much to his wife’s dismay.

Amos Ives Root was closely connected with the birth of aviation. In 1904, he personally visited and followed the work of Orville & Wilbur Wright. In fact, he was with the Wright brothers the first time they flew at Huffman Prairie near Dayton, Ohio. When he submitted an account of that flight to a leading scientific magazine, he received no acknowledgement. So, in typical “can-do” fashion, A.I. published the article himself in his magazine, Gleanings In Bee Culture. This turned out to be the first published account of the Wright Brothers historic accomplishment.

honey without damaging the colony. A. I. Root loved giving live honey bee demos, especially during the Medina County Fair.


Our Bicentennial

History Through the Ages As Medina County prepares to celebrate its 200-year

history, The Medina County Historical Society can claim to have worked to preserve that history for almost half that period. Having been incorporated by the State of Ohio in 1922, we are celebrating 95 years of promoting, maintaining and preserving all things of historical interest in the county. On April 1, 1922, the society began to accept members; the dues were $5 a year. In 1948 the group rented rooms to display items donated by early county families. In 1954, the items were moved to a large barn on the property of Mrs. Cora Munson Blakeslee. According to the newsletter of the society from March-April 2007, “The agreement for the lease was in the amount of $1 annually for a term of 25 years. This was very optimistic on the part of Mrs. Blakeslee, considering the fact that she was 97 years old at the time.” In 1956, when Mrs. Blakeslee died at the age of 99 and left her home and some of its contents to them, the society moved into its first permanent museum, The Munson House on E. Washington St. From April 14, 1957 until 1984, the house was used for the society’s collection of artifacts and for meetings and tours. In the early 1980’s, the county government wanted the Munson House


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property for additional city parking. After negotiations, the society received ownership of a house on the corner of Friendship and Elmwood streets in exchange for the Munson House. After five busy months of restoration and financial help from the Letha E. House Foundation, the John Smart House Museum officially opened on November 29, 1984. Today, the Smart House is still the home of the Medina County Historical Society. We are open every Tuesday from 10am to 3pm at which time a steady stream of visitors come and go bringing family treasures to donate, asking for tours, or doing genealogy research in our newly restored lower level. We open the house from 1pm-4pm on the first Sunday of each month and gladly schedule private tours at other times. Our very active board of directors and officers work hard to hold fundraisers and events to finance and to promote our mission of preservation. Approximately 200 members support the work of the society with their dues (a single senior can join for $10 – not much more than 95 years ago), and with their donations of time, talent, and treasures. We have a Facebook page and a website ( where you can learn about our upcoming activities. We publish a newsletter four times a year and welcome new members and visitors. Join us, or be our guest for a visit!

on 200 years, Medina! s n o i t a l u t a r g Con By Don Simmons, CEO

Our company, Simmons


Construction is proud to celebrate with

Medina during its bicentennial. While we don’t go back 200 years, we do mark the last one-third of that time. Our predecessor, Gay Simmons and Sons, built the Medina County Jail in the 1950’s (now a parking lot behind the courthouse), the Northern Ohio Telephone Company (Miss Molly’s Tea Room), the Congregational Church activities hall, Hale’s Restaurant (now Amuse Euro Bistro), the Farm Bureau Mill on State St. (now Free Enterprises) and a little Baptist church on N. Broadway St. (now the Veterans Memorial Hall), among others. When Dad retired we formed Simmons Brothers Construction just in time for the west side industrial boom, lead by Amos Mears. We were his general trades contractor and built 60-some industrial buildings from 1959-1971, when Mears retired (again) to Florida. Forming our own development company after Mears left, Indelser of Medina built two industrial parks in the city. One at W. Smith Rd. 711 to 777 and the other at Progress Industrial Park off N. State Rd.

Working with some of the Giants of Medina History For Medina’s oldest industry, A.I. Root Company which began in 1859, we built new factory, warehouse, retail sales areas and completely remodeled their offices.

Washington, N. Court St., Stonegate (now Malley’s Chocolates), remodeled S. Court St., and built or remodeled all thirteen Medina County locations. Since 1902, five generations of the Waite family have served the needs of the people of Medina County with special care through the Waite & Son Funeral Home. We added a second memorial chapel and remodeled the existing building on N. Court St. In 1944, a small wing was built on a house on State Rt. 18, and Medina Community Hospital was born. Over the years it grew to become Medina General Hospital and today stands as Medina Hospital Cleveland Clinic - Medina’s largest employer. SBC created its first intensive care area, added a radiology area, built its LST Building, both North and South Medical Buildings, and remodeled every department in the hospital from 1996-2008. For Medina’s oldest church, St. Paul’s Episcopal, we built two additions and several renovations. Remember Ziegler’s on the square? We built a full basement under the original seven buildings while they sold clothes upstairs.

For Old Phoenix National Bank (now Huntington), we added and remodeled their main office, built W.

A few highlights, scores of other jobs, our mark is scattered throughout the most recent 70 years of Medina’s history. We’ll enjoy the celebration and prepare for the next 200 years!

A.I. Root Company

Waite & Son Funeral Home

the old Phoenix National Bank

Medina Hospital Cleveland Clinic



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High Jewelers (left) is now LaPlaca Jewelers at 13 Public Square; The Medina County Courthouse (above).



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Why Join a Credit Union? When it comes to choosing a financial institution— people have many options. So, you might ask yourself why should I join a credit union? By joining a credit union, you can enjoy many benefits that banks and other financial institutions cannot offer. Unlike banks, which operate for profit, credit unions are member-owned, democratically run nonprofits. Credit unions exist solely to serve their members’ financial needs. The motto of “people helping people” is alive and well in all the decisions that a volunteer Board of Directors make in terms of the products and services that the institution offers. That means you’re not just a customer, you’re a member-owner and you get to vote for the Board of Directors who set the direction for your credit union. Each member’s vote carries equal weight, regardless of their deposits at the credit union. And credit unions not-for-profit status allows them to distribute their profits back to members through lower loan rates, higher interest on deposits, and lower fees. Add to all of this the fact that credit unions are known for their personal service and community involvement. It’s commonplace for credit unions to give out scholarships, participate in fundraising and awareness campaigns for local charities, sponsor and donate to community events and provide financial literacy programs within the areas they serve. Credit unions truly care about their members’ financial well-being and will go above and beyond to help members achieve their financial goals. And that is why you should join a credit union. For more information, Visit PSE Credit Union at 3845 Pearl Road in Medina,



Medina City Schools … Proud to Be a Medina Bee! The Medina City School District encompasses

approximately 52 square miles, including the City of Medina, Medina and Montville Townships and a portion of Lafayette Township. The District’s current enrollment is approximately 6,800 students. Facilities include seven elementary schools: Eliza Northrop Elementary, Ella Canavan Elementary, Garfield Elementary, Heritage Elementary, H.G. Blake Elementary, Ralph E. Waite Elementary and Sidney Fenn Elementary; two middle schools: A.I. Root Middle School and Claggett Middle School; and Medina High School. The field commanders for the Medina High School Musical Marching Bees display awards won at the Copley Competition; the Medina High School Debate Team had a successful competition at Georgetown University (Photo courtesy of Andrea Lyons).

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Affordable Higher Education Close to Home Cuyahoga Community College’s

(Tri-C®) Brunswick University Center offers affordable higher education to Medina County residents. Located next to Brunswick High School and the recreation center, Brunswick University Center (BUC) is easily accessible from I-71 and Route 303. Students can enroll in courses and complete their transferrable associate’s degree by attending day and evening classes. Program offerings also include college coursework for high school students (College Credit Plus), workforce training in the manufacturing trades, and career and professional development classes in finance, ISO, leadership, project management and Lean Six Sigma. In addition, Franklin University and Tiffin University courses are located on site. These local partnerships allow students to move seamlessly from community college classes into four-year university coursework while staying close to home. Students can complete bachelor’s degrees in Criminal Justice – Justice Administration; Business Administration and Management & Leadership; and Accounting and Forensic Accounting. Appointments can be made with university representatives


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during their office hours at the center. For more information, visit As an extension of Tri-C’s Western Campus in Parma, BUC offers support services to new students to guide them through the enrollment process and their academic journey:

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Admissions, Registration and Enrollment Services Counseling Financial Aid and Scholarships Transfer Center Services Career Services Admissions Testing Tutoring Computer Lab College Credit Plus Advising Veteran’s Benefit Services

Hours for these services and the latest course schedule can be found at under “Hours of Operation.” Walk-ins are welcomed, but appointments with counselors are preferred. Call 216987-5793 to schedule an appointment today.


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every day to provide our students with the opportunity to achieve success. The District’s mission statement is: The Medina City School District prepares students for an everchanging future by: • Providing a student-centered learning environment to help students reach their maximum potential • Instilling in them an enthusiasm for life-long learning • Engaging in collaborative partnerships with our families, community and world Because of this mission, our students continue Claggett Middle School showcases student art.

to excel in academics, athletics and the arts. District students continuously score higher than state and national averages on their ACT and SAT composite scores, many graduating with honors. Our teachers are on the cutting edge of using instructional methods that extend student learning both in the classroom and beyond through the use of technology and inquiry-based learning at all grade levels. This provides the most optimal educational experience for our students which are keys to our success. During the 2016-2017 school year, the District worked to complete a 5-Year Strategic Plan which was launched in June 2017. This plan will be the road map for the District as we continue to move Medina City Schools forward. The process included members of the community, staff, students and parents where feedback was collected and reviewed by committees in each focus area ultimately helping administration develop the plan. Throughout the 2017-2018 year, the City of Medina, Medina County and the Medina City Schools will celebrate their bicentennial anniversary. The kick-off of the year-long celebration will begin with the Candlelight Walk this year and will run throughout the year to the Annual Candlelight Walk in 2018. October 2018 will be the month of celebration for Medina City Schools. There are many events planned leading up to that month involving staff, students, parents and other community members. It is a great opportunity for us to recognize and celebrate the longevity of our school district. The Medina City School District takes great pride in contributing to the overall health and vitality of the community and believes that strong schools make for a strong community. For more information about the Medina City Schools or to view the current 5-Year Strategic Plan, please visit the district web site at

6300 Technology Lane  Medina, OH 44256 330-721-2210  Medina’s students collaborate in groups to work on Math.


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First Row (seated, left to right): Sheri Smith, Manager, PSE Credit Union; Julie McNabb, Co-Owner, The Interior Design Studio; Kimberly Marshall, Economic Development Director, City of Medina; Dennis Hanwell, Mayor, City of Medina; Kristin Baum, Team Marathon, Re/Max Omega; Sarah Eisenmann, GM, Schade’s Auto Body. Second Row: Dr. Faisal Quereshy and Dr. Najia Usman, Owners, Visage Surgical Institute; Teresa Rodgers, Owner, Encore Nail Studio; Jaclyn Ringstmeier, Executive Director, Greater Medina Chamber of Commerce; Pastor Mark Giaimo, Lead Pastor, Cornerstone Chapel; Donna Casey, Director of Marketing, Altenheim Senior Living; Evangelene Brown, Owner, Salon Evangelene; Dr. Kate Cartwright, Owner, South Court Dental Medicine. Third Row: Dr. Alex Mellion, Owner, Mellion Orthodontics; Katie Heinz, Co-Owner, The Interior Design Studio; Jeffrey Potter, Owner & Director of Compounding Services, Clinical Apothecaries; Sifu Kamille Louis, Owner, Combat CFMA; John Hausman, Community Relations Liaison, Cuyahoga Community College; Lisa Puto, Owner, Crossroads Home Loans. Back Row (on porch): Nathan Caswell & Stephen Kasidonis, Comfort Specialists, Kasidonis Heating & Cooling; Brandon Rapp, Owner, Homestead Insurance; Sam Livingston, Team Marathon, Re/Max Omega; Chuck Steward, GM, Medina Auto Mall. Missing from Photo: Dr. Charles Pfister, Pfister Orthodontics; Dr. Thomas Chi, Ohio Eye Care Consultants; and Dr. Rami Abboud, Summa Health Center. Cover Photo Location: The historic Root Homestead, home of the A.I. Root and E.R. Root families, pioneers in the Honeybee Industry of America and founders of the A.I. Root Company. Photographer: Mark Hunter, Mark Hunter Photo.



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Dr. Zach, Dr. Joe and Dr. Alex

Mellion Orthodontics


“Generations of Smiles”

he family orthodontic practice of Mellion Orthodontics takes great pride in the family atmosphere that they have created over the past 30 years. In fact, the tradition of quality care and service provided to their patients has led to multiple generations of families placing their trust in the care of Drs. Zachary, Alex, and Joseph Mellion. A blend of experience and knowledge, along with the invigoration of a fresh perspective on leading-edge advancements in the field of orthodontics sets Mellion Orthodontics apart. They provide a unique service with two generations of orthodontists, especially as a family. All three doctors complement each other in a way that can only exist between a father and two sons, and this allows them to communicate and solve even the most complex issues. Drs. Zach, Alex, and Joe are orthodontic specialists, which means that they completed an accredited orthodontic residency program after dental school. As orthodontists, they are experts on growth, facial development, teeth and jaw alignment and are uniquely qualified in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of orthodontic problems. Mellion Orthodontics provides orthodontic treatment for both children and adults, including

individuals that require special needs, cleft palate treatment, TMJ therapy, and complex multidisciplinary care. At Mellion Orthodontics, they understand that esthetics play an important role in the decision to pursue orthodontic treatment so they offer different options to make you look great during your treatment. They offer metal braces, clear ceramic braces, and Invisalign clear aligners! Truly getting to know each individual patient is something each doctor and every team member strives to achieve while making a positive impact. It is not uncommon to find the doctors and the entire office team at a school, sporting, or community event supporting their patients and volunteering to give back to the community. In fact, this is a philosophy reflected in their commitment to local schools, charities, and community organizations. Drs. Zach, Alex, and Joe are members of the Medina and Fairlawn Chambers of Commerce and are actively involved in their local and state dental societies. Drs. Zach and Alex are Assistant Clinical Professors in the Department of Orthodontics at Case Western Reserve University’s School of Dental Medicine and all of the doctors serve on the Craniofacial Team at Akron Children’s Hospital.

The Medina office is located at 3623 Reserve Commons Drive and can be reached by calling 330-725-6146. For more information, please visit or find Mellion Orthodontics on Facebook and Instagram 28

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a licensed stylist for over 30 years and salon owner for 16 years, prides herself on offering clients the best the industry has to offer. Dedicated to education, Evangelene and her talented team of professionals are committed to enhancing the lives and the beauty of their clients. “The Salon Evangelene team recognizes that whether you visit for a new hair style, a facial, a massage, manicure, pedicure or to have your makeup done for that special occasion, providing you with unparalleled service is the priority. You, in fact, are the reason we exist!” says Evangelene. Evangelene’s commitment to the enhancement of others is also evident in the Apprenticeship Program offered to newly licensed stylists. The Program was born out of the belief that clients deserve the best possible beauty services, delivered in a beautiful and caring environment, by consummate professionals. Through this Program, all Salon E Stylists who are driven and motivated are provided an opportunity to transform themselves into amazing master stylists. We welcome you to check out the difference at Salon Evangelene today!

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Team Marathon at RE/MAX Omega

eal Estate teams are often formed out of a matter of convenience and a desire to save costs. Sharing overhead expenditures as well as administrative and logistical duties can be very appealing but there is much more to building a team. The most successful teams truly begin with the idea or a purpose bigger than the individuals involved. This philosophy is the backbone of Team Marathon at RE/MAX Omega. Friends and professional colleagues for several years, Kristin and Sam often experienced similar successes and frustrations in the local market. They have a common vision that focuses on the client experience rather than simple statistics. They formed Team Marathon comprised of agents that share this specific mindset. They believe success can only be measured by the satisfaction of the people they represent not how many homes are sold.

community as well as volunteering with Special Olympics, Girls on the Run, Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park and other great local organizations. She believes in continuing her personal and professional growth through education and has obtained several certifications including Pricing Strategy Adviser, Real Estate Negotiation Expert, and her Real Estate Broker’s License. Sam Livingston began his journey in real estate as an investor. He quickly realized that he loved every aspect of real estate and is team co-founder of Team Marathon at RE/MAX Omega. He has more than a decade of experience in real estate consulting. He is married with three boys and lives in Medina. Sam is a Veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan and is active in many local Veteran outreach programs.

Their Vision: To be the most highly sought after team of Realtors because of their recognition in community care, their expectations to best serve their clients, and their strong reputation in performing reliable results. To be the best, they will only bring on the best who share the same values and goals. A winning team takes the right people helping one another to achieve their next goal. They will not sprint to get there. Their course, their journey, is the marathon. Kristin Baum naturally progressed into real estate after having a very successful career in corporate management. She is graduate of Youngstown State University and has resided in the Akron and Cleveland areas over the past 10 years. She is a full-time Realtor and the co-founder of Team Marathon at RE/ MAX Omega. Kristin is an avid runner and is very active in that

Realtors Sam Livingston and Kristin Baum

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Two Businesses Under One Roof 207 S. Court St. in Medina • 330-725-7623 Located on historic Medina Square, Interior Design Studio and JK Gift Shop not only share the building but the same mission. Owners and sisters Julie McNabb and Katie Heinz want you to have the most fun, creative and caring experience when you enter 207 South Court Street. Whether you are shopping for that unique gift or trying to transform your house into a home, they want you to enjoy the experience. Not only have “The Sisters” been busy running their own businesses but they have also been helping to build a thriving community through being active with Main Street Medina and sitting on the Medina City Economic Development Committee. They truly understand that it takes a whole community to build a business. Julie McNabb and Katie Heinz, Owners

The Interior Design Studio is a family owned and operated full service design studio. With over 40 years of combined design practice, their highly skilled and accredited interior designers are equipped to undertake projects of any size. From small scale accessorizing to high-end renovations, their focus is always on quality. The Studio offers numerous services and products which allow their designers to prepare turnkey packages.

JK Gift Shop

fills its shelves with witty and unique merchandise. With a great selection of on-trend fashion accessories, baby gifts and barware, you are sure to find gifts to give and even gifts you’d love to get! JK Gift Shop also keeps a steady stock of customer favorite humorous cards and signs that will leave you literally laughing out loud. With frequent trips to Atlanta and New York to find new exciting products and home decor, there’s always something new and fun to stop in and see. The positive atmosphere and upbeat attitude of this store will keep customers coming back.

Design Services and Custom Product Offerings

b Design Consultations: This service ranges from 3 hours to custom quotes for larger projects including remodels and new home builds.

b Window Treatments: Custom designed window treatments for your home including unique fabrics and professional installation.

b Custom Furniture: Let us help you create your distinctive style by selecting custom furniture pieces from our expansive library of furniture lines.

b Accessories: Client specific shopping, sourcing and installation

of finishing touches and accessories such as lamps, area rugs and art work that finish off your unique design.


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Kasidonis Heating and Cooling Inc.



asidonis Heating and Cooling Inc., the popular yearround heating, cooling and plumbing specialists have served commercial and residential customers in Medina & Cuyahoga Counties and surrounding cities for 22 years.

“We treat our customers like we would want to be treated—with honesty and fairness and reasonable prices,” says Steven Kasidonis. “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.” 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. 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 standard or tankless hot water tank, clogged sinks, backed up drains and more. If you haven’t had your furnace or a/c units cleaned and tuned in

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,” owner June Kasidonis 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.” Licensed, bonded, insured and certified, Kasidonis has earned the Super Service Award for the last 8 years with Angie’s List and a Gold Star Award with bbb. Call us at 330-220-8125 and mention this article Your New to get 10% off any A/C or Photo will go furnace service call, or have here unit cleaned and checked for $65 (Reg $95). Kasidonis - WHERE FRIENDS REFER FRIENDS.

Nathan Caswell and Stephen Kasidonis

Stop by the Kasidonis showroom at 812 Pearl Road in Brunswick to see their complete product offering! Call 330-220-8125 to schedule services •

Altenheim Senior Living COMPASSIONATE PATIENT CARE • Altenheim Senior Living is ranked in the Top 1% of all skilled nursing communities in the State of Ohio. “The Top 1% ranking reflects the dedication and unwavering compassion our staff has for our residents, “ states Paul Psota, CEO, Altenheim Senior Living. • Currently Altenheim is ranked 7th out of 954 communities in Ohio on a weighted 3 cycle survey score by the American Health Care Association (AHCA) and the National Center for Assisted Living. • Altenheim Senior Living in Strongsville, Ohio is a not-forprofit Life Plan Community offering a full continuum of care, including: assisted and independent living, skilled nursing and rehabilitation, outpatient physical therapy, long term care, memory care, home health care and private duty. • In 2018, Altenheim will be opening a 38-private suite memory assisted living community and new therapy rehab center with 32 private suites, a 4,000 square foot, state-of-the-art physical, speech and occupational therapy gym, and access to an outside short-term rehab courtyard.

Donna Casey, Director of Marketing

Altenheim Senior Living 18627 Shurmer Road, Strongsville 440-238-3361 •



effrey Potter is an Ohio Army National Guard Veteran and President and CEO of the specialty compounding pharmacy, Clinical Apothecaries, where new approaches are being formulated to help those who have not benefitted from conventional protocols of medicine. Potter’s specialty is rooted in his understanding of the body at the cellular, biochemistry level. Holding the highest level of honors in pharmacology makes Potter a rarity. Physicians often refer patients to him for consultation to address a variety of health issues and customize medications to fit individual needs. “As medicinal chemists, we collaborate with medical professionals to alleviate or eliminate insurmountable medical issues and relieve our patients of their medical struggles,” says Potter. One of Potter’s specialty areas is the endocrine system; namely the Your reproductive, thyroid and adrenal hormones. He has developed protocols Photo from and implemented coordination of cover photo care programs for a variety of medical shoot will go conditions including adrenal fatigue, here autism, natural/bioidentical hormone replacement and even veterinary care Jeffrey Potter, President & CEO to name a few! 4087 Medina Road, Suite 200, Medina • 330-721-7949 •




rossroads Home Loans is your local, wholesale, webbased mortgage company headquartered in Medina. While the main office is in Ohio, Crossroads is licensed in other states, most recently, in Pennsylvania. As a broker wholesaler, they shop all the mortgage products and rates from local, national, and boutique lenders for you. Their team of originators, processors, underwriters and executives give you access to industry experts with over 85 years of cumulative industry experience. “Let us shop for the lowest rate and best product for you while you sit back and relax. We are paid by the lender, not you, and they all compete for our business. That is the benefit of Your a wholesaler broker - the lowest rate Photo from & fees and all the lenders products cover photo under one roof,” says Puto. shoot goes Whether you are purchasing or refinancing, Crossroads Home Loans here has the team, technology and loan products to meet your needs. Lisa Puto, Owner Crossroads Financial of NE Ohio, LLC NMLS 252654 MB 803916

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For all of your mortgage needs, contact Crossroads Home Loans 800-413-5857 •



omestead Insurance Agency Inc. is a professional agency with a personal touch. With over 70 years of experience in Medina County and the insurance industry, Homestead can be trusted to complete an analysis of your insurance needs and design a responsible protection program for you. Located at 1324 Pearl Road in Brunswick, we offer a variety of professional insurance services and policies as an independent agency. We represent various outstanding carriers in our industry. Brandon Rapp (CEO) and Mark Herwick (President) represent the following products that include, but are not limited to: auto, home, motorcycle, recreational vehicles, and all types of commercial insurance. Homestead also specializes in the sale of life, health, annuities, long-term care, medicare supplements Your new advantage plans, medicare prescription drug plans, and disability income. Our ‘17 photo from goal at Homestead is to provide you, cover photo the customer, with the best coverage shoot will go at the lowest premium, while building here a long-standing relationship with our excellent, personal service. Brandon Rapp, CEO

1324 Pearl Rd., Brunswick • Brunswick: 330-225-3100 • Medina: 330-725-3100


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ohn Hausman is liaison to the campus president for community relations at Cuyahoga Community College’s Western Campus, where he provides high quality, accessible and affordable educational opportunities and services — including university transfer, technical and lifelong learning programs — that promote individual development and improve the overall quality of life. Previously, Hausman served the Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization as its director of community involvement. Hausman also served the City of Cleveland in its Department of Community Development. He worked to conserve and expand the housing stock; revitalize commercial areas; acquire and market vacant land; improve the quality of human services; and develop neighborhood strategies. He also served Your on Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s Operations Photo from Efficiency Task Force. cover photo Originally from Medina, Hausman attended Xavier University and shoot will go graduated magna cum laude with a here bachelor’s in political science. He earned his master’s in public administration from Cleveland State University’s Levin John Hausman, Community Relations Liaison to Campus President College of Urban Affairs. For more information visit


Encore Nail Studio RELAX. RENEW. REPEAT.

new experience in nail and beauty services is coming to Medina in 2018. Welcome to Encore Nail Studio. Your journey begins the moment you enter Encore Nail Studio. Every detail was selected to enhance your comfort. From the acoustic music to the light scent of essential oils filling the air, they strive to offer professional and quality beauty services in a serene environment. Allow Encore Nail Studio to spoil you; you deserve it. Encore Nail Studio service offerings include natural nail services, nail enhancements, and hair removal. Enjoy complimentary hot and cold beverages, as well as complimentary jewelry cleaning during your service. They are excited to announce that facial and eyelash services will launch in the spring of 2018! Your Encore Nail Studio’s owner, Teresa Photo from Rodgers, is a licensed advanced cover photo manicurist with the Ohio Board of shoot will go Cosmetology. She, her husband Richard, and their Labrador Retriever, here Winston, enjoy living in Medina’s Montville Township. Teresa Rodgers, Owner Visit Encore Nail Studio at 5145 Buehlers Drive in Medina 330-952-1700 •



edina Auto Mall just celebrated 10 years in business this past August! In that time, they have built two brand new, state-of-the-art facilities geared towards the best customer experience imaginable. The dealership offers 7 new car franchises, an extensive used car inventory, two certified service departments, two parts and accessories departments, and a AAA approved collision shop. “We understand the need for efficiency during the purchase process and the requirement for convenience and competency when it comes to service after the sale,” notes General Manager, Chuck Steward. They even just recently expanded their service hours and are now open till 4:00pm on Saturdays for additional customer Your convenience. Photo from Medina Auto Mall is your one stop cover photo for a new Cadillac, Buick, GMC, shoot will go Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram, or used car! “Come check us out,” says here Chuck. “We love what we do and you’ll love what we do too!” Chuck Steward, GM



he Doctors at Ohio Eye Care Consultants, Thomas Chi, M.D., Amy Fernandez, O.D., Sara Prusinski, O.D., and Cassie Bremke, O.D. are dedicated to providing the highest quality of service. They have extensive specialty training to assist you with all your eye care and vision needs by utilizing the latest technology and equipment. The friendly and knowledgeable staff and opticians at Ohio Eye Care Consultants are devoted to providing excellent patient care. Ohio Eye Care Consultants offers patients of all ages a full range of services from comprehensive eye examinations to advanced medical treatment and surgical procedures including cataract and glaucoma surgery. They strive to Your be the most comprehensive eye care Photo from center for all your vision needs. Ohio Eye Care has locations in Medina and Wadsworth, both offering convenient evening appointment times, with the Medina office offering Saturday appointments as well.

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Medina Auto Mall 3205 Medina Rd., just off of I-71. 330-723-3291 •

Ohio Eye Care Consultants - 3583 Reserve Commons Dr., Medina • 330-722-8300 1 Park Center, Ste. 106, Wadsworth • 330-334-1300



W and more.

hat started more than 60 years ago as a credit union for the Parma school teachers is now a thriving not-for-profit bank that offers Cuyahoga and Medina County residents financial services

PSE Credit Union, conveniently located at 3845 Pearl Road in Medina Township, offers all the same services as a bank, “but with lower loan rates, higher savings interest rates and lower fees,” says Branch Manager Sheri Smith. This family-oriented institution now includes over 23,000 members throughout Cuyahoga and Medina Counties and makes educating kids about finances a core part of its mission. “As part of our commitment to kids, we take our mascot Pennie the PSE Puppy into schools and teach kids as young as kindergartners to save money through our Pennie Club,” says Smith.

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Once you try PSE Credit Union, you’ll never go back to a bank. 3845 Pearl Road • 330-661-0160 •


chade’s Auto Body opened its doors in Brunswick on April 1st, 1993. The vision of the business has always been to provide quality collision services and outstanding customer service while operating a family business that is a staple in the Brunswick community. Schade’s Auto Body believes that customer convenience is a priority. They offer pick-up and delivery of vehicles, free estimates, work with all insurance companies, offer on site rentals, text alerts with updates on repairs, lifetime warranties, and a complimentary wax once repairs are complete. Schade’s Auto Body has made several changes over the past year. We have new office space and reception area, a resurfaced parking lot, continued community partnerships, as well as nationally recognized certifications. The Schade family is proud to be a family owned and operated business and to have the opportunity to serve the area for years to come.

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Schade’s Auto Body is conveniently located at 2000 Pearl Road in Brunswick 330-273-6097 •




ami Abboud, M.D. specializes in critical care and pulmonary medicine and is employed by Summa Health Medical Group. He specializes in sleep medicine, lung cancer and asthma. Dr. Abboud is a member of a team of specialists who practice at Summa Health Medina Medical Center. He provides comprehensive sleep medicine services for patients who live and/or work in the Medina area. Dr. Abboud received his medical degree from University of Damascus in Syria and completed his internal medicine residency at William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan. Dr. Abboud was fellowship trained in sleep medicine at Henry Ford Hospital and in pulmonary and critical care medicine at St. John Providence, both in Michigan.

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isage Surgical Institute opened in March of 2003. After completing a collective 10 years of training, culminated in a comprehensive facial plastics fellowship, Dr. Quereshy, Certified by the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery, created Visage to provide optimum health care standards. The hub of the practice is Full Scope Traditional Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, which includes any surgical issue related to the face, from simple extractions of teeth, dental implants, facial trauma and TMJ conditions. Dr. Usman’s endodontic practice meshes well as she treats dental infections and performs procedures to save teeth after trauma. Also, they were the first in Northeast Ohio to Introduce NeoGraft, a non-surgical way for men and women to end hair loss. “As the residency director for Oral and Maxillofacial surgery at Case Western Your Reserve University, I want Visage Photo from Surgical Institute to be a resource for cover photo our staff, patients, referrals and the shoot will go community. I want to always be at the forefront of my profession and offer here the best care and standards possible,” states Dr. Quereshy.

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Visit to tour the Summa Health Medina Medical Center.

Visage Surgical Institute • 3591 Reserve Commons Dr., Suite 300, Medina 44256 330-721-2323 •

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Health & Wellness

3 Ways to Prevent Poison Ivy – and How to Treat it

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Kids’ reactions to poison ivy can vary from

nothing to a red, itchy rash or blisters and severe swelling. Ellen MacRitchie, MD, a pediatrician at Akron Children’s Hospital Pediatrics Medina, shares ways to avoid poison ivy and what to do if your kids touch it.

Leaves of 3, let them be!

Teach kids this catchy phrase to help them identify and steer clear of poison ivy plants, which can grow anywhere and have a characteristic 3-leaf pattern.

Keep covered

If kids are playing outside, especially in wooded areas, limit the risk of contact with poison ivy by dressing them in long sleeves and pants.

Wash up right away

For kids who come into contact with the plant, have them wash off their skin immediately, using plenty of soap and water.

Treating a mild poison ivy rash

Apply calamine lotion 3-4 times a day to ease itching. Remind kids not to itch the rash since that encourages it to spread (trimming their fingernails helps). Taking a cool bath can soothe itchy skin, too. If the rash seems to be getting worse, or symptoms get more severe, contact your pediatrician. For more information or to see a pediatrician at Akron Children’s Hospital Pediatrics Medina, call 330-764-3457.

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You’d go to the ends of the earth to keep them happy. We’ll make sure you don’t have to. General Pediatrics Medina 3443 Medina Road 330-764-3457 Wadsworth 323 High Street 330-336-3539

From general pediatrics to rehabilitative and specialty services. The less time you spend driving to appointments, the more time you have for moments that matter. Learn more at

Medina Rehabilitative Services 3443 Medina Road 330-721-2990

Questions about services or locations? Call Ask Children’s™ at 330-543-2000.

Medina Specialty Care 3443 Medina Road 330-721-2990


Health & Wellness

Compassionate Care for Expectant Mothers At Southwest General Health Center, we are

dedicated to providing outstanding, family-centered care to provide you with an optimal birth experience. Having a baby is an exciting time, and Southwest General is here to help you every step of the way. Before you deliver your baby at Southwest General, our maternity coordinator looks forward to meeting with you to develop a customized Birth Plan that reflects your wants and needs and that supports an exceptional experience for Your Birthing Journey. Parents who choose to deliver their baby at Southwest General can have peace of mind knowing that mom and baby will receive care from a friendly, experienced staff of medical professionals. Helping patients welcome new members to their family is one of the most joyous services we provide, and our compassionate staff is honored to play a role in this exciting journey. We offer numerous maternity services designed to help parents both before and after the baby is born, including childbirth and family life classes. Expectant parents are encouraged to meet with our maternity coordinator to learn more about our Maternity Services and to take a free tour of our facilities so they can make an informed decision when choosing a hospital. To request an appointment with the maternity coordinator, call 440-816-5050. Southwest General. Get Better Here.


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The home of excellent maternity care is conveniently close to yours.

Discover compassionate maternity care that’s close to home. At Southwest General, our Maternity

Choose our trusted, compassionate Maternity Services. Call Health Connection at 440 - 252- 4536 or visit

Services provide a truly family-friendly environment for moms-to-be, dads and family members, so you all can welcome your new baby into the world. You also can expect: • Your Birthing Journey – a personalized Birth Plan to allow for a deeper focus on you and your baby • Private, comfortable rooms for moms with family-friendly amenities • Kangaroo Care to promote bonding with your baby and breastfeeding support • Neonatal nurse practitioners from University Hospitals (UH) Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital • 24-hour on-site coverage by board-certified obstetricians and anesthesiologists Learn more about our Maternity Services. To request a call from our maternity coordinator or to find an OB/GYN, call 440-252-4536. Or visit

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Health & Wellness

Are You Catching Your Zzzzs? To survive, humans need sleep.

It’s as essential as food, water and oxygen. But it’s often difficult to get the recommended seven to nine hours a night, whether because of busy schedules, trouble falling asleep or physical condition. Signs of a sleep disorder include: • Lack of energy • Morning headaches • Frequent urination at night • Excessive daytime sleepiness • Nighttime gasping, choking or coughing • Snoring What many people don’t realize are the repercussions of sleep disorders.

Without enough sleep, you may see long-term and serious health problems, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, heart attack or stroke. Also, you may develop obesity, depression, lower sex drive and premature wrinkling. Certain factors and conditions also increase your chance of developing a sleep disorder. So pay close attention to the signs listed above if you: • Are male • Are obese • Have hypertension • Use excessive alcohol or sedatives • Are a smoker • Have a family history of OSA • Have a large neck circumference (>17” men; >16” women)

If you are concerned you may have a sleep disorder, we can help. Summa Health Medina Medical Center, conveniently located at 3780 Medina Road, recently added two sleep medicine specialists to our staff. Rami Abboud, M.D. is fellowshiptrained in sleep medicine and is board certified in critical care and pulmonary medicine. Mita Deoras, M.D. completed her fellowship in neurology and sleep medicine. Both are accepting new patients. To learn more about Summa Health’s services available in Medina, visit or call 800-237-8662.

MORE TIME TO SHARE YOUR FAMILY TRADITIONS The Hospice of Medina County care team will support you and your family through any serious illness. Our compassionate professionals come to you. You receive care at home surrounded by the people, pets and hobbies you love. Giving you time to enjoy the important things. If you think it may be time for hospice or palliative care, tell your doctor that you want Northern Ohio’s most experienced hospice and palliative care provider. Insist on Hospice of Medina County. 800.707.8922


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Senior Living

All the comforts of home...and more! Many Medina County residents may be wondering “what are my options for senior living?” If you have reached the 55 or better age bracket, several housing options are available to you right here in Medina County. In today’s housing market, residents of Medina County have options. Some will decide to stay in their home as long as they can. Eventually, maintaining a home can take a toll on anyone. Even the greenest of thumbs can become overwhelmed with cleaning, landscaping, gutter cleaning, snow removal and leaking roofs, just to name a few maintenance tasks. For those who decide that change is needed, you have choices varying from income based to luxury apartments. Senior Living has become a viable option for those that are

looking to age in place and maintain their independence. Here in Medina County there are a slew of options for 55 and better residents to enjoy independent living in a senior apartment building. These are not the apartments of your early years, when you were happy to have a mini-oven. One of Medina’s newest options, Huntington Square Senior Apartments, is one of several options to include luxury items like in-suite washers and dryers, stainless steel appliances with dishwasher, large kitchens, garages, community rooms, game rooms, activities calendars, coffee bar and salon. If you are looking for your next home, please call 330-461-5410 or visit for more information.

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Realtors: Your Advocate in the Real Estate Process Buying a home is a huge financial commitment, and the difference between various choices can be significant. It doesn’t help that home buying is foreign territory to most people. The realtor involved in a transaction can often be the difference in a positive or negative transaction. I always suggest that any potential client interview several realtors from different brokerages to determine who is going to be the best advocate for their situation. Different realtors and brokerages also have differing practices and could affect the outcome you are seeking. • Realtors can be “the voice of reason” when you are overcome by your emotions (which is easy to do when house-hunting). If you fall in love with a property, a realtor can be there to help you recognize a property’s flaws or shortcomings. Conversely, a realtor can help

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you to see the positive side of a property with which you might not be immediately impressed. In addition, realtors can provide information about the neighborhood, schools, comparative sales in the area, and other important home buying factors. This objectivity and information is critical when you are making such a major decision. • Realtors are skilled, experienced negotiators. When conducting a sale, there are many angles through which to negotiate beyond the asking price, such as financing, conditions of a contract and other material issues beyond the sales price. • Realtors can help you navigate the home buying process in general, making sure you are not rushed into making decisions, that you have time for inspections and appraisal, and referring you to the appropriate resources for mortgage and title work. But remember – the above describes TOP Realtors, not all real estate agents. It is imperative that your realtor is a good fit for your needs whether buying or selling a home. Provided by Sam Livingston, Team Marathon at RE/MAX Omega. 216-659-1540 •

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Your Home is Your Castle For most people, your home is the largest investment you will make in your life. At the county auditor’s office, we think you’ve made an outstanding choice to buy in Medina County, but it’s worthwhile to pay attention to that investment! First of all, make sure we have your home properly valued. Go to and click on “Real Estate” and then “Property Search” in the top left hand corner. Enter your last name under the “Owner” block and click on your property. If you have a more common last name and too many entries come up, add in other information, like the street number of your property under “Address”. Try to add as little information as possible to find your property. Check your “Total Value” against what you actually paid for your property, if it’s a recent (2-4 years) purchase. If we have you valued higher than your purchase, you may want to contact us to get your property value lowered. Questions about taxes? You can find out exactly what your taxes are and where they go at this website. Having trouble finding the information? Contact your auditor’s office at 844-722-3800, ext. 9754 for help. There is a wealth of other information available to you at this website. New to the community? We recommend signing up for Auditor Kovack’s “Weekend Update” that brings you information about news and events in Medina County each week. Welcome to Medina County! If there’s anything we can do to make your transition easier, please call!

Main Street Medina

Main Street Medina Shop, dine, have a great time! Celebrating our Bicentennial in 2018,

Medina’s iconic Public Square has become a must-visit destination for residents and tourists. For two centuries, The Square has been the heart of our community for shopping, dining, learning, government, and celebration. The Historic District features numerous independently owned restaurants, over 40 boutique shops, and many one-of-a-kind attractions nestled in a majestic setting of authentic Americana, teaming with nostalgia. Main Street Medina, a non-profit, member supported, award winning organization, in partnership with the City of Medina, is leading the effort for preservation, economic sustainability and continued evolution of the Medina Beer & Wine Festival, Ladies Night Out, Kids Day of Safety & Historic District as the heart of the community. Main Street Medina Play and Candlelight Walk. promotes and helps develop the nine-block Historic District as a vibrant place to live, work and play. The organization manages the Visit for more information, and please region’s premier farmers market, and produces multiple special events follow us on Facebook to get the latest news and event information. throughout the year, such as Medina International Fest, Pizza Palozza,

America’s Hometown since 1818, visit soon for great shopping, dining, museums, history, special events, family fun, vibrant architecture, historic homes, beautiful parks, and much more. Main Street Medina is generously supported by the City of Medina,  Greater Medina Chamber of Commerce, Huntington National Bank, Life Care Center of  Medina, Medina Community Design Committee, Miss Molly's Tea Room, Root Candles,  Westfiled Bank, Westfield Insurance Foundation, Wichert Insurance


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Medina Community Recreation Center FACILITY HIGHLIGHTS The Medina Community Recreation Center (MCRC) is a 110,000 square foot facility attached to Medina High School. The facility is designed to enhance the quality of life and physical well being of the Medina community.

Medina Community Recreation Center 855 Weymouth Road (330) 721-6900 Director — Mike Wright

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Leisure Pool • Water geyser, current channel, sprayground and play structures, 129 ft. waterslide, zero depth entry, lap lanes, hot water spa.

Competition Pool • 8 lap lanes, 25 meters

Aerobic Rooms • Two rooms conducive for a variety of programs including: aerobic, dance, martial arts, kettlebell, yoga & more • Mirrored walls, sound system, suspended wood flooring and newly stocked equipment area

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Fitness Room • Over 60 pieces of cardiovascular fitness equipment including Woodway Treadmills, Precor Recumbent Bikes, Upright Bikes, Elliptical Trainer & Steppers, StarTrac Elliptical Trainers, Cybex Arc Trainers and Concept II Rowers • York and Magnum free weight equipment, benches, and dumbbells • 35 Stations of Cybex selectorized weight equipment

The Medina Rec Center offers a variety of aerobic classes for all skill levels (left). The Leisure Pool at the Medina Rec Center is a great place for families to connect (below).

• 24,056 square feet, newly resurfaced, 4 courts for basketball, volleyball, and other activities

Jogging/Walking Track •  One-twelfth mile track with 4 lanes for walking and jogging

Rascal Room (Child Activity Center) • A safe and fun child care alternative for parents and guardians using the MCRC • Children, ages 6 months to 8 years of age, may use the room for a maximum of 2 hours per visit • Patrons can purchase either a daily visit or punch card

Memberships • Annual memberships are available for both residents and non-residents • Many corporate & insurance discounts available • Payment plan options available

GENERAL FACILITY HOURS Monday – Friday 5:30 am – 10:00 pm Saturday 8:00 am – 8:00 pm Sunday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Note: Special Summer Hours. Visit the MCC website for exact times.

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Medina City Parks A Liberty Park

Pavilion (grill), Playground, Natural Area

B Ray Mellert Park

Splash Pad & Multi-purpose Trail, Pavilion (electricity & grill), Playground, Restroom, Baseball Fields, Basketball Courts

C Memorial Park

Pavilion (electricity & grill), Dog Park, J.U.M.P. Playground, Disc Golf Course, Wooded Area, Outdoor Pool

D Uptown Park

Gazebo, Picnic Area, Band Concerts, Special Events. For information on renting the gazebo, call 330-722-9020 The City of Medina Parks Department, 785 E. Washington Street. For parks information and pavilion rentals please call 330-721-6950.

E Reagan Park

Pavilions (grills & electricity), Skate Park, Remote Control Car Track, Baseball Fields, Football Field, Basketball Court, Playground, Sledding Hills, Mountain Bike Trail, Walking Trail, Multi-purpose Trail.

F Huffman Cunningham Park

Pavilions (grill), Playgrounds, Soccer Fields, Walking Trail, Mountain Bike Trail.

G Sam Masi Park

Pavilion (grill), Playground, Miracle League Field, Tennis Court, Natural Area

H Roscoe Ewing Park

Pavilion (grill & electricity), Playground, Disc Golf Course, Multi-purpose Trail

I Kuehn-Todd Conservation Area Nature Trail J Sycamore Park

Nature Trail

K Jaycee Park

Pavilion (grill), Playground, Nature Area

L Ken Cleveland Park

Pavilion (grill), Tennis Court, Playground, Softball Field, Basketball Court

M Fred Greenwood Park

Splash Pad, Pavilion (grill & electricity), Playground, Softball Fields, Soccer Fields

N Stanbery & Maxine Nichols Park

Multi-purpose Trail, Nature Trail, Disc Golf Course, Natural Area


Community Information

Important Phone Numbers EMERGENCY 911 Medina Police (non-emergency) 330-725-7777 Medina Fire (non - emergency) 330-725-1772

Parks & Pavilion Reservations 330-721-6950 Medina Municipal Airport 2050 Medina Rd. 330-239-1606

Ward 2 Dennie Simpson 330-725-3302

Life Support Team (EMS) 911


Ward 3 Mark E. Kolesar 330-725-6993

Medina County Sheriff 330-725-0028

Mayor Dennis Hanwell 330-722-9020

Ward 4 Jim Shields 330-722-8402

Medina County Public Transit 330-723-9670

City Council CITY BUILDINGS City Hall 132 North Elmwood Ave. 330-725-8861 Medina Municipal Court 135 North Elmwood Ave. 330-723-3287

Council President John M. Coyne III 330-723-9998 Ward 1 Laura Parnell-Cavey 330 321-3663

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At-Large Paul Rose Sr. 330-723-3459 At-Large Bill Lamb 330-725-6075 Clerk of Council Kathy Patton 330-722-9040

Office of the Mayor Administrative Office Manager Sherry Crow 330-722-9020 Building Department Dan Gladish 330-722-9030 Cemetery Department City of Medina Sexton James Hjort 330-722-9056 Economic Development Economic Development Director Kimberly Marshall 330-764-3319

Engineering Department City Engineer Patrick Patton 330-722-9034 Finance Department Finance Director Keith Dirham 330-722-9051 Fire Department Chief Bob Painter 330-725-1772 (non-emergency) Law Department Law Director Greg Huber Administrative Assistant Kim Walter 330-722-9070

Economic Development Associate Barbara Dzur 330-722-9029


Parks Department Jansen Wehrley, Director 855 Weymouth Rd. 330-721-6950 Planning & Zoning Community Development Director Jonathan Mendel 330-722-9023  Continued on page 54

Medina County District Library Wishes Medina a Happy 200th Birthday! By Tina Sabol

Begin your bicentennial celebration at Medina County District Library, one of the most enduring and prominent locations in Medina. Since 1907 the library has anchored the southeast corner of the Uptown Square. What began with 2,000 books and a $10,000 donation from prominent businessman Franklin Sylvester, is now a district library with seven locations that boasts almost half a million items in the collection.

youth ages 9-13, more STEM programming for students, online and in-library courses for adult learners and expanded genealogy and local history collections. As always, the library offers free meeting room use, story times for children, outreach to seniors, passport services and much more. Go to to discover all your library has to offer or call 330-725-0588!

New services to look for in 2017-2018 include fast fiber Internet in all library locations, mobile WiFi devices for check out, designated Tween areas for


Community Information

Bureau of Motor Vehicles 972 N. Court St. 330-725-4635

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Main Street Medina 39 Public Square, Ste. 305 330-722-6186

Police Department Chief Edward Kinney 330-725-7777 (non-emergency) Recreation Center MCRC Director Michael Wright 330-721-6850 Service Department Service Director Nino Piccoli 330-722-9082


Columbia Gas of Ohio 800-344-4077 First Energy (electricity) 800-633-4766 Medina City Water 330-722-9081 Medina County Sanitary Engineers (sewer) 330-723-9581 Frontier (phone) 330-764-7380

OTHER IMPORTANT NUMBERS American Red Cross 330-535-6131

Medina County Career Center 1101 W. Liberty St. 330-725-8461 Medina Library 210 South Broadway St. 330-725-0588 Greater Medina Chamber of Commerce 5000 Foote Rd., #202 330-723-8773 U.S. Post Office 303 North Court St. 800-275-8777

Armstrong Cable Service 877-277-5711

Make Every Day Independence Day with Canine Companions for Independence. Imagine not being able to pick up a set of keys, open a door, pull down a window shade or carry a bag of groceries without asking for help from family, friends and paid caregivers. Now imagine overcoming these physical barriers and gaining independence with the help of a very special Canine Companions assistance dog. Canine Companions for Independence provides expertly trained assistance dogs to children, adults and veterans with disabilities. Established in 1975 in California, Canine Companions is the largest non-profit provider of assistance dogs in the United


States. Canine Companions is recognized worldwide for the excellence of its dogs and quality and longevity of the matches it makes between dogs and people. The result is a life full of increased independence and loving companionship. Canine Companions for Independence does not charge for assistance dogs or for the lifetime of ongoing support it provides. Instead Canine Companions depends on private funding through donations from individuals, corporations, foundations and community organizations. Canine Companions’ professional staff is supported by a national network of thousands of volunteers and donors, all committed to

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enhancing the quality of life for people with disabilities. Canine Companions assistance dogs help recipients overcome physical, psychological and social barriers, helping them lead more independent lives. “DogFest Walk-n-Roll” is the signature fundraising event that takes place in cities across the United States for Canine Companions for Independence. The Northern Ohio Chapter raised $76,752 from DogFest Cleveland this year! This is the 2nd year the event was held on the Square in Medina, but our 7th annual fundraiser. For more information on Canine Companions, visit

Medina County Convention & Visitors Bureau 32 Public Square 330-722-5502

TOWNSHIP PHONE NUMBERS WITHIN ZIP CODE 44256 For information regarding community services outside of the City of Medina: Police & Fire Emergency Dial 911

Granger Township 3717 Ridge Rd. 330-239-3611 Lafayette Township 6776 Wedgewood Rd. 330-725-6515 Medina Township 3799 Huffman Rd. 330-725-5713 Montville Township 6665 Wadsworth Rd. 330-725-8313 York Township 6609 Norwalk Rd. 330-722-0185

SCHOOLS MEDINA CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 739 Weymouth Rd. 330-725-8831  Continued on page 56

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Superintendent Aaron Sable 330-636-3010 Pre-School, K-5 Eliza Northrop Elementary 950 E. Reagan Pkwy. 330-636-4600 Grades: K-5 Ella Canavan Elementary 825 Lawrence St. 330-636-4000 Garfield Elementary 234 S. Broadway St. 330-636-4200 H.G. Blake Elementary 4704 Lexington Ridge Dr. 330-636-3900 Heritage Elementary 833 Guilford Blvd. 330-636-4400 Ralph E. Waite Elementary 4765 Cobblestone Park Dr. 330-636-4500 Sidney Fenn Elementary 320 N. Spring Grove St. 330-636-4100 Grades: 6-8 A.I. Root Middle School 333 W. Sturbridge Dr. 330-636-3500

Cleveland State University 216-687-2000

Claggett Middle School 420 East Union St. 330-636-3600

Kent State University 330-672-3000

Grades: 9-12 Medina High School 777 East Union St. 330-636-3200

Medina County University Center The University of Akron 6300 Technology Lane 330-721-2210

Evolve Academy 222 South Broadway St. 330-636-4213 Medina County Career Center 1101 W. Liberty St. 330-725-8461 Highland Local School District 3880 Ridge Rd Medina, OH 44256-7920 330-239-1901, 330-686-1901, 330-278-2727 Cloverleaf Local School District 8525 Friendsville Rd Lodi, OH 44254 330-948-2500 Buckeye Local Schools 3044 Columbia Rd. Medina, Ohio 44256 330-722-8257

PRIVATE SCHOOLS St. Francis Xavier 612 East Washington St. 330-725-3345 Medina Christian Academy 3646 Medina Rd. 330-725-3227


Public Universities

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University of Akron 330-972-7111

Community Colleges Cuyahoga Community College 216-987-5000 Lakeland Community College 440-525-7000 Lorain County Community College 440-365-5222

Private Universities Baldwin Wallace University 440-826-2900 Case Western Reserve University 216-368-2000

Hiram College 330-569-3211 John Carroll University 216-397-1886 Lake Erie College 440-352-3361 Notre Dame College 216-381-1680 Oberlin College 440-775-8121 Ursuline College 440-449-4200  Continued on page 58

Making Beautiful Music The Medina Community Band traces its beginnings back to 1859,

when a group of local wind and percussion players got together (some with formal training - others without) to perform music for the community. Since its beginning in 1859, there have been 20 directors. Marcus Neiman has served as conductor since 1972 with David Roth serving as associate conductor (since 2016), John Connors serving as assistant conductor (since 2015), and Vicki Smith serving as assistant conductor (since 2017). Medina Community Band is sponsored by the Medina Community Band Association, which is composed of members of the band. Membership in Medina Community Band

Since 1990

is open and there are no dues or auditions; however, members are expected to maintain regular attendance. Interested individuals should contact Neiman at marcusneiman@ Rehearsals are held on Wednesday evenings from 7pm until 9pm in the band room of Highland High School at 4150 Ridge Road in Medina from September through July. A Veterans Day Concert in November, Winter Concert in January, and Spring Concert in May are presented each year. The summer season features Friday evening concerts at 8:30pm in the Gazebo on Medina’s Public Square beginning in June and ending in July. For more information, visit their website at

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Are your body’s Symphony of Hormones out-of-tune? An Accurate, Painless and Convenient Way to Test your Reproductive, Thyroid and Adrenal Hormones By Jeffrey Potter, R.Ph.

If you really

want to correct your hormone issues we need to first identify the problem area. What good is it to start any sort of hormone therapy if the problem area hasn’t been identified? Saliva testing is an accurate, painless and convenient way to test your reproductive, thyroid and adrenal hormones. Saliva testing is the most reliable way to measure free, bioavailable hormone activity. Only hormones in tissue and not in blood have the ability to do “work”. Most blood tests do not test or measure bioavailable hormone levels. Saliva testing is and excellent way to objectively measure estrone, estradiol, estriol, progesterone, testosterone, DHEA and cortisol. Add blood spot testing and we can additionally measure your thyroid hormone function by observing TSH, free T4, free T3 (active thyroid) and TPO. By analyzing this “symphony of hormones” it allows us to see a clear picture of your overall hormone health. After we receive your saliva test results we’ll contact you to schedule a professional consultation. Once you have met with our nutritionist and consultant pharmacists and all the additional health information has been gathered, we contact your physician. Our pharmacist will write up a plan with recommendations on treatment options and present it to your doctor. Typically, once your doctor or nurse practitioner has reviewed the plan he or she will sign off on it and contact us for implementation. This is a team approach with YOU as the manager of your healthcare. Once you have started we will follow up with you on a monthly basis and make fine tune adjustments until your initial goals have been met. Most women have typically met the majority of their initial goals by the third month. A unique thing that happens over time is that once women see how good they feel, they start setting their treatment goals higher and higher. What a nice problem to have. Find out why people are driving to Clinical Apothecaries from all over Ohio to get their hormones balanced. Want to get started? Call to have a Saliva and Blood Spot Test Kit shipped directly to you. If you would like additional information please contact our office at 330-721-7949. Our friendly staff will be more than happy to assist you. Clinical Apothecaries is located at 4087 Medina Rd., directly across from Medina Hospital.


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Golf Courses Cossett Creek Golf 4900 Center Rd., Brunswick 330-225-7370 Bunker Hill Golf Course 3060 Pearl Rd., Medina 330-722-4174 Coppertop Golf Club 5740 Center Rd., Valley City 330-225-6122 Deerpass Golf Course 5886 Greenwich Rd., Seville 330-769-9955 Fox Meadow Country Club 4260 Fox Meadow Dr., Medina 440-723-4653 Hawks Nest 2800 E. Pleasant Home Rd., Creston 330-435-4611 Hinckley Hills Golf Course 300 State Rd., Hinckley 330-278-4861 Ironwood Golf Course 445 State Rd., Hinckley 330-278-7171 Medina Country Club 5588 Wedgewood Rd., Medina 330-725-6621

Pine Valley Golf Club 469 Reimer Rd., Wadsworth 330-335-3375 Pleasant Valley Country Club 3830 Hamilton Rd., Medina 330-725-5770 Ridge Top Golf Course 7441 Tower Rd., Medina 330-725-5500 Rustic Hills Country Club 5399 River Styx Rd., Medina 330-725-4281 Shale Creek Golf Club 5420 Wolff Rd., Medina 330-723-8774 Sharon Golf Club 6261 Ridge Rd., Sharon Center 330-239-2383 Skyland Golf Course 2085 Center Rd., Hinckley 330-225-5698 Westfield Group Country Club 6500 Greenwich Rd., Westfield Center 330-887-0391 Weymouth Country Club 3946 Weymouth Rd., Medina 330-725-6297

Places of Worship Bethany Baptist Church 7040 Chatham Rd. 330-723-3224

Fellowship Baptist Church 901 W. Liberty St. 330-725-5571

Buckeye Christian Assembly 3159 Columbia Rd. 330-764-4099

First Baptist Church 3646 Medina Rd. 330-725-5853

Chatham Community Church 6423 Avon Lake Rd. 330-667-2351

First Christian Church 4797 Sharon-Copley Rd. 330-723-7021

Chippewa Lake Baptist Church 5326 Chippewa Rd. 330-769-2790

First Church of Christ Scientist 5147 River Styx Rd. 330-723-1616

Chippewa Road Church of God 5301 Chippewa Rd. 330-769-4262

Granger United Methodist Church 1235 Granger Rd. 330-239-2396

Church at Stony Hill 2756 Stony Hill Rd. 330-239-9858 Church of Christ 4730 Sharon Copley Rd. 330-725-2201 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints 4411 Windfall Rd. 330-723-5200 Connection Church 4855 Lexington Ridge Dr. 330-461-3964 Cornerstone Chapel 3939 Granger Rd. 330-723-3334 Covenant Word Fellowship 146 Highland Dr. 330-722-8411

Harvest Presbyterian Church 1095 E. Reagan Pkwy. 330-723-0770 Heartland Community Church 3400 Weymouth Rd. 330-725-1948 Holy Martyrs Church 3100 S. Weymouth Rd. 330-722-6633 Lafayette U.M.C. 6201 Lafayette Rd. 330-725-6176 Liberty Baptist Fellowship 111 N. Broadway St. 330-722-7775

Living Word Lutheran Church 3631 Hamilton Rd. 330-723-6046

St. Francis Xavier Church 606 E. Washington 330-725-4968

Medina Assembly of God Church 830 W. Lafayette Rd. 330-725-4887

St. Matthew's Lutheran Church 400 N. Broadway 330-725-8885

Medina Bible Church 222 S. Broadway St. 330-722-4847

St. Paul's Episcopal Parish 317 E. Liberty 330-725-4131

Medina Church of Christ 295 Forest Meadows Dr. 330-725-5910

Second Baptist Church 451 W. Bronson St. 330-722-0073

Medina Church of the Nazarene 6901 Wooster Pike (Rt.3) 330-722-7683

Seventh-Day Adventist Church 3866 Medina Rd. 330-723-0250

Medina Community Church 416 S. Broadway St. 330-723-5155

The Fountain of Grace Church 101 Public Square, #1A 330-722-4847

Medina Presbyterian Church 5020 Burgundy Bay Blvd. 330-723-1000

True Faith Fellowship 977 Southport Dr. 330-321-4247

Medina United Methodist Church 4747 Foote Rd. 330-725-4943

United Church of Christ Congregational 217 E. Liberty St. #B 330-725-4559

New Hope Christian Fellowship 815 N. Court St. 330-721-4594

Unity of Medina Life Enrichment Center 787 Lafayette Rd. 330-764-7999

New Life Christian Fellowship 580 N. State Rd. 330-723-4443 Poe United Methodist Church 6712 Wadsworth Rd. 330-722-0521

Lighthouse Baptist Fellowship 5301 Chippewa Rd. 330-769-0201

Prince of Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church 3355 Medina Rd. 330-723-8293

Living Hope Church 6288 Wooster Pike 330-725-7730

Remsen Christian Church 1500 Remsen Rd. 330-239-1203

Waltz United Methodist Church 7465 Egypt Rd. 330-722-1015 Weymouth Community Church 3398 S. Weymouth Rd. 330-723-1750 York United Methodist Church 6566 Norwalk Rd. 330-725-8147

Cornerstone Chapel.. Building People for Life! One of the best sounds of Medina is

the laughter of children! Whether playing at the park, enjoying ice cream on the historic square, or in our schools or homes, it is the sweetest sound. Kids are a valued part of our community and if you are a parent or grandparent, working inside or outside the home, you want your kids to grow up happy and healthy.

Many churches in our community value kids too and want to partner with you in raising them to have good values, strong faith, self-confidence, love, and kindness. We encourage you to find a church home right here in Medina County where you and your kids can grow together. Building a strong foundation as a family is a sure way to bring

love and laughter to your life and home for years to come! Pastor Mark & Deb Giaimo of Cornerstone Chapel invite you to come and experience all that they have to offer at 3939 Granger Road in Medina. Call 330-723-3334 or visit them online at



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Dining Guide * Denotes Chamber member Every effort has been made to provide a complete and accurate restaurant listing. Please contact us in reference to corrections or additions for future publications.

Bob Evans 4904 Grande Blvd. 330-721-1348

Brown Derby 5051 Eastpointe Dr. 330-725-3343

Antonio's Pizza 3825 Pearl Rd. 330-725-1111 Applebee’s 4115 Pearl Rd. 330-723-2311

Courthouse Pizzeria 2 Public Square 330-725-1298 234-802-0018

2895 Medina Rd. 330-723-2252 *Buffalo Wild Wings 5050 Eastpointe Dr. 330-764-9464 The Bar & Grille at Bunker Hill 3060 Pearl Rd. 330-725-1400

Dan’s Dogs 111 W. Liberty St. 330-723-3647

Dunkin Donuts/Baskin Robbins 2739 Medina Rd. 330-721-8271 East of Chicago Pizza 307 S. Court St. 330-723-0510 *Eat ’n Park 1007 N.Court St. 330-723-6390 Eli’s Kitchen 115 Public Sq. 330-722-0511 Emi’s Taqueria 249 Lafayette Rd. 330-722-7528 *Fiesta Jalapenos 4136 Pearl Rd. 330-723-9896 Fresh Food Deli 2860 Medina Rd. 330-722-3660

Chipotle Mexican Grill 899 N. Court St. 330-725-2303

Denny’s 3105 Medina Rd. 330-722-1600

*Geppetto’s Pizza & Ribs 1038 N. Court St. 330-723-4100

Cin Dees Place 232 W. Smith Rd. 330-722-6700

*Dickey’s BBQ Pit 960 N. Court St. 330-701-7828

Gionino’s Pizza 203 Lafayette Rd. 330-722-2727

Cool Beans Café 103 W. Liberty St. 330-723-7174

Dominic’s Italian Restaurant 221 S. Jefferson St. 330-723-3667

Granite Grill at Shale Creek 5420 Wolff Rd. 330-723-8774

Don Tequila Mexican Restaurant 1158 N.Court St. 330-723-7917

Guy’s Pizza Co. 800 Lafayette Rd. 330-723-7600

Asian Grill 1164 N.Court St. 330-764-3332


*Corkscrew Saloon 811 W. Liberty St. 330-725-0220

Dairy Queen 133 Northland Dr. 330-722-0514

A Cupcake a Day 115 W. Liberty St. 330-389-1247

Amuse Bistro 108 Public Square 330-722-65`9

Dragon Buffet 1201 N.Court St. 330-725-6155

111 Bistro Medina 2736 Medina Rd. 330-952-1122

3049 Medina Rd. 330-725-3343

Alexandris 2835 Medina Rd. 330-722-4139

Just a few of the delicious entree offerings at the Corkscrew Saloon.

Medina Area Magazine & Community Guide | 2018

H2 Wine Bar 221 S. Court St. 330-815-4959

Happy Garden 3725 Medina Rd., #103 330-725-7099

Rockne’s 3626 Medina Rd. 330-725-3663

Thyme2 113 W. Smith Rd. 330-764-4114

Honey Bee Bakery 23 Public Square 330-725-0912

Romeo’s OT Sports Grille 1100 N. Court St. 330-723-6111

Timber Lodge 2809 Pearl Rd. 330-725-6288

Romeo's Pizza 1100 N. Court St. 330-723-6111

Tokyo Hibachi & Sushi 1132 N. Court St. 330-952-2818

Ruby Tuesday 1001 N. Court St. 330-723-6206

Tres Potrillos 3571 Medina Rd. 330-723-5600

*Rustic Hills Country Club 5399 River Styx Rd. 330-725-4281

Twiisted Burgers & Sushi 985 Boardman Alley 330-661-0606

*Santosuosso’s Pizza, Pasta & Vino 3725 Medina Rd. 330-764-9888

Waffle House 3190 Medina Rd. 330-725-1538

Hop Hing Chinese Restaurant 891 N. Court St. 330-722-6135 *House of Hunan 18 Public Sq. 330-722-1899 Johnny J's Pub & Grill 925 N. Court St. 330-721-0082 Johnny Malloy's Sports Pub 1038 N. Court St. 330-723-4100 Jo Jo’s Sports Bar & Grill 221 S. Jefferson St. 330-722-5656 Lagerheads BBQ Smokehouse 2832 Abbeyville Rd. 330-725-1947 Little Caesars 1174 N. Court St. 330-723-2012 Longhorn Steakhouse 4907 Grande Blvd. 330-721-4585

*Miss Molly’s Tea Room 140 W. Washington St. #6 330-725-6830 Mr. Hero 1029 N.Court St. 330-722-4376 NY Bagel Deli 3725 Medina Rd. 330-952-0985 On Tap 2736 Medina Rd. 330-725-1972 *Panera Bread 4065 Pearl Rd. 330-721-4728

*Yours Truly 3725 Medina Rd. 330-722-5800

Papa John’s Pizza 500 S. Court St. 330-725-7575 Pizza Hut 1008 N. Court St. 330-723-7233 3131 Medina Rd. 330-722-9009

Something’s Popping 47 Public Square 330-722-3088

Main Street Café 17 Public Sq. 330-722-2729

P.J. Marley's 119 Public Sq. 330-722-6328

Spoke’s Café’ 406 South Broadway 330-725-1298

Marco’s 244 N. Court St. 330-725-5300

Project Sushi 3579 Medina Rd. 330-661-0017

Sully’s Irish Pub 117 W. Liberty St. 330-764-3333

*Marie’s Café 117 Public Sq. 330-725-3322

Rosehill Restaurant 7249 Wooster Pike 330-721-2111

Teresa’s Pizza 3587 Medina Rd. 330-721-8884

Master Pizza 2736 Medina Rd 330-723-9700

Quaker Steak & Lube 4094 Pearl Rd. 330-723-5823

Michelle’s Place 144 N. Court St. 330-722-7198

*Weymouth Country Club 3946 Weymouth Rd. 330-498-3540

Zeppe’s Pizzeria 3705 Medina Rd. 330-722-3700


Dentists/Endodontics/ Oral Surgery Visage Surgical Institute...........p 3, 36

Entertainment/Indoor Go Karting High Voltage Indoor Karting........p 57

Eye Care Ohio Eye Care Consultants.....p 35, 38

Facial, Cosmetic & Implant Surgery

Advertiser Index

Visage Surgical Institute...........p 3, 36

Apartments-Senior Living

Auto Body Repair


Huntington Square Senior Apartments..............................p 43, 44

Schades Auto Body & Frame...p 10, 35

Circles on the Square....................p 48

Auto Dealership

Banks/Credit Unions

Sparrow Art Gallery & Studio.......p 49

Medina Auto Mall....................Inside front cover, p 35

Farmers National Bank..................p 21



Medina County Auditor................p 46

A Cupcake A Day.............................p 9

Art Gallery & Studio

8691 Wadsworth Road, Ste 100 Wadsworth, OH 44281 Phone: 330-335-8232

Residential Development • Commercial Development

Armstrong........................................p 8

Home Décor


Antiquation.....................................p 9

Root Candles..................................p 18

Theorem...........................................p 9

Chamber of Commerce

Hospice Services

Greater Medina Chamber of Commerce......................................p 20

Hospice of Medina County...........p 42


Hospitals & Medical Facilities

Cornerstone Chapel................p 37, 59

Medina Area Magazine & Community Guide | 2018

Akron Children's Hospital.......p 38, 39 Southwest General Health Center..........................p 40, 41 Summa Health Center....................p 36, 42, Back cover


Medina County University Center............................................p 24 http:/

Holiday Inn Express....Inside back cover

Construction/Industrial & Commercial Design & Build

Homestead Insurance..............p 10, 34

Simmons Brothers Construction...p 19

Dentist South Court Dental.......................p 31


Salon Evangelene..........................p 29

Kasidonis Heating & Cooling........p 33

Cuyahoga Community College...............................p 22, 23, 34

Traffic Studies • Site Planning • Septic Systems

Hair Salon & Spa Services


Colleges & Universities

Lot Improvement Plans • Boundary Survey • ALTA Survey

Miss Molly’s....................................p 48

Heating, Cooling & Plumbing

The City of Medina......................p 4, 7

Topographic Survey • Flood Studies • Construction Layout

Candyapple & Co...........................p 49

PSE Credit Union.....................p 21, 35

City Government

Specializing in:



Hunter Insurance...........................p 12 Wichert Insurance.........................p 49

Interior Design Services/Gift Shop

Printing/Marketing/Graphic Design

The Interior Design Studio....... p 32, Inside back cover

Minuteman Press.................................................. p 48


Real Estate/Realtors

Medina Gem Co.................................................... p 48

Janet Gommel - Howard Hanna.......................... p 46

Landscaping/ Snow Removal

Team Marathon at RE/MAX Omega.............. p 30, 45

Rice’s Tree Service & Landscaping....................... p 57

Real Estate/Title Services

Library Medina County District Library........................... p 53

Martial Arts Combat CFMA...................................................... p 27

Massage/Health & Wellness Nature’s Touch Wellness Center.......................... p 38

Transfer Title......................................................... p 49

Restaurants Antonio’s Pizza....................................................... p 1 Corkscrew Saloon................................................. p 48 Dan’s Dogs............................................................ p 48 Miss Molly’s........................................................... p 48

Mortgage Loan Services

Screen Printing/Embroidery/ Graphic Design

Crossroads Home Loans................................. p 34, 45

Icandi Graphics..................................................... p 12

Moving & Storage

Senior Services

Armbruster Moving & Storage............................ p 48

Altenheim Senior Living................................ p 33, 44

Nail Salon & Spa Services

Western Reserve Masonic Community................ p 44

Encore Nail Studio.......................................... p 12, 34

Organizations Main Street Medina............................................. p 47

Orthodontists Mellion Orthodontics........................................... p 28

Signs & Lighting North Coast Sign and Lighting.......... Inside back cover

Skincare/Esthetics Rafraichir.............................................................. p 49

Lewis Land Professionals...................................... p 64

Pet Food Manufacturer

Tent Rental

Bil-Jac...................................................................... p 6

Medina Tent Co.................................................... p 55


Toy Store

Mark Hunter Photo.............................................. p 36

Medina Funtastic Toyz......................................... p 48


Tree Service

Something’s Popping........................................... p 49

Rice’s Tree Service & Landscaping....................... p 57


Visitors Bureau

Polish Pottery........................................................ p 49

Medina County Convention and Visitors Bureau..................................................... p 11

Clinical Apothecaries................................ p 33, 40, 58

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Pfister Orthodontics............................................. p 26

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