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2016-2017

North Royalton MAGAZINE & COMMUNITY GUIDE

This is an Image Builders Marketing Inc.™ Trademark Publication created and produced for the City of North Royalton, Ohio. City of North Royalton Robert A. Stefanik, Mayor 14600 State Rd., North Royalton, Ohio 44133 440-237-5686 www.northroyalton.org Copyright ©2016 All rights reserved. Image Builders Marketing, Inc. 9780 Beechwood Dr. North Royalton, Ohio 44133 440-346-4482 www.ImageBuildersMarketing.us Additional copies are available at participating sponsors, North Royalton City Hall or view the book online at www.northroyaltonoh.us To advertise in the next edition, call 440-346-4482 or email info@imagebuildersmarketing.us.

Contents 3 MAYOR’S WELCOME 4 CITY OVERVIEW 8 EDUCATION 11 BUSINESS &

COMMUNITY LEADERS

16 HEALTH & WELLNESS

Publisher BERNICE P. KALDY

19 COMMUNITY INFORMATION 20 NORTH ROYALTON MAP 22 PLACES OF WORSHIP 23 DINING GUIDE 24 ADVERTISER INDEX

Editor LAURA LAKNER Business/Sales Manager MARY DODGE Art Director/Project Manager TAMMY SPEAR Lead Graphic Designer JUDY BEVERIDGE Contributing Designers GAIL HARTMAN, VIOLET SULLIVAN Production Coordinator JOCELYN GEORGIEV Account Executives/Community Consultants SCOTT F.W. HUGHES, BRENDA JUMPA, BERNICE KALDY, JANINE MAZZI, PAT PELL Contributing Writers KEN McENTEE Map CITY OF NORTH ROYALTON ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

THIS PAGE, TOP: The Serpentini Chevrolet Stadium –­ home of the North Royalton High School Bears.

Photography BEVERLY DAVID PHOTOGRAPHY Information Technology Consultant DAVID J. KALDY

ON THE COVER: Area Business and Community Leaders, see page 11. COVER LOCATION: The North Royalton Family YMCA is the community’s center for recreation. The 50,800 square-foot building includes an aquatic center with an eight-lane, 25-yard competitive swimming pool, a whirlpool, sauna, locker rooms, four family changing rooms, a 400+ foot elevated indoor track, a 4,500 square-foot fitness center and a 1,700 square-foot weight room. Also included in the center is a group exercise studio, cycling room, a 6,000 square-foot gym, and an outdoor playground. For more information, go to www.clevelandymca. org/north-royalton.html PHOTOGRAPHER: Andrea Bartel, Beverly David Photography.

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From the Mayor

Welcome

to North Royalton! With its small town charm and a variety of big city amenities, North Royalton is one of the most attractive, desirable communities in Northeast Ohio. It’s not difficult to understand why families want to live here‌superior recreational activities and parkland, great athletic fields, an excellent school system and the conveniences of chain stores, individually-owned stores and restaurants as well as easy access to major highways, makes North Royalton a premier community in which to reside. The North Royalton Family YMCA/University Hospitals Parma Medical Center is a state-of-the-art fitness, recreation and health facility serving the entire community. Next door to the YMCA is the home of the North Royalton Branch of the Cuyahoga County Public Library. Our City Hall, located at 14600 State Road, is situated in our Memorial Park and offers a new and improved playground for all to enjoy! New this year, to both Memorial Park and York Road Recreation Complex will be wireless internet access for public use. The new Aukerman Park, a pet friendly venue and picnic area located at York Road and Valley Parkway, opened in the Fall of 2015. This park became a reality through a partnership between The Metroparks and the City of North Royalton and is being showcased for its unique design at the June 2016 Greater Cleveland Trails & Greenways Conference. Our business-friendly Economic/Community Development Department will assist prospective and existing businesses with the offer of amenities and incentives to locate or expand here. The Economic/ Community Development Department continues to promote our City and has enhanced our marketing ability with an expanded property listing section including photos of available commercial, industrial and retail property in North Royalton on our website at www.northroyalton.org. Our proximity to major highways ensures easy access to whatever is needed, both commercially, as well as industrially. This magazine, published in partnership with Image Builders Marketing, has become a tradition in our town. It reminds us of the many great attributes our community has to offer and serves as a handy reference guide to be used throughout the year. It is made possible by the generous sponsorship of your local friends and neighbors. Please support them when you are in need of services in our area. Sincerely,

Robert A. Stefanik Mayor, City of North Royalton www.northroyalton.org

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Community Overview

DOWN ON THE FARM: Grace Brothers Nursery & Supply and the Urban Farm, Garden & Pet provide landscaping and nursery supplies, as well as locally grown produce, dairy and poultry.

North Royalton... A Big City with a Small Town Feel By Ken McEntee

North Royalton, insists Mayor Robert Stefanik, may be the most rural community in Cuyahoga Country. “You could mistake the southern part of the city for being down in Amish country with the barns, the farmland and the fresh air,” Stefanik says. “The small town charm and rural atmosphere is a part of what makes North Royalton so attractive.” Along with its rolling hillsides and ample parkland, North Royalton offers convenient city amenities – without the traffic congestion that a mall or large shopping plazas can create. “We don’t have an interstate highway interchange that draws chain restaurants and national retailers, but we’re just minutes away from I-71, I-77 and major shopping areas. Residents are close to anything they need,” the mayor emphasizes. Local shops and eateries include a variety of locally owned and family-operated businesses that help to emphasize a spirit of community. The city’s farms – some of the few that remain in Cuyahoga County – help to set North Royalton apart from many of its neighboring communities, Stefanik says. “We have apple orchards like Royalton Farms, which has the only operating apple cider press in the county,” he says. “We have organic farms, like Purple Skies Farm, which is planning to open a bed and breakfast on site.” Another local organic farm – Grace Brothers – is part of a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) group that delivers fresh, locally grown products to the homes of members around the region.

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“This year, we’re going to make our annual Harvest Festival a full weekend event instead of just one day,” Stefanik announces. “We’re hoping that people will come for the festival on September 25, and also take the opportunity during the weekend to visit our farms and orchards and buy some fresh pressed cider or pick some apples. The agricultural community is one of the strengths of the city and that’s something that we want to emphasize.” On a smaller agricultural scale, North Royalton also boasts a pair of community gardens where residents can grow their own vegetables. The North Royalton Community Garden, now in its seventh year, features 40 plots tended by gardeners between the ages of five and 88 years old, says Dejana Cinquepalmi, one of the garden coordinators. The garden is located at Memorial Park, between the library and the local food bank. “Our members not only learn to grow their own sustainable and nutritious produce, but they also give back to the community by donating some of their harvest to our senior center.” Between 560 and 1,200 pounds of produce have been donated in each of the garden’s first six years of operation. The Northeast Care Center, an independent living center for disabled residents, also operates a community garden. “They started it for their residents, but they had more than enough space, so they opened it up to the community,” Cinquepalmi says.

PRESSING ISSUES: Royalton Farms’ apple press makes cider the old-fashioned way each autumn.

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Community Overview Also contributing to North Royalton’s natural setting is the Brecksville Reservation of the Cleveland Metroparks, which bisects the city horizontally south of the Ohio Turnpike. “We’re increasing the parkland throughout the city every year, and a lot of that includes expansion of the Metroparks,” Stefanik says. GET GROWING: Purple Skies Farm uses organic farming methods, allowing you to choose Recently, the Metroparks acquired more locally grown food for your family. They offer on-site harvest, package-ready, or pick-your-own vegetables and fruit. than 80 additional acres in tracts off Ridge Road and Boston Road. Last October marked The local YMCA – a partnership of the city, the Greater the official opening of Aukerman Park, which includes a Cleveland YMCA and the University Hospitals Parma unique dog agility course. The park was formerly a 4,000Medical Center – opened three years ago and it now acre farm with horse stables that was purchased by the city boasts the second largest volume of any YMCA facility and the Metroparks in 2012. The Metroparks says much in the Greater Cleveland system, Stefanik says. The of the Aukerman Park project focused on reestablishing 51,000 square foot building includes an aquatic center the meadow natural to the site, and allowing vegetation with an eight-lane, 25-yard competitive swimming pool, to return. Aukerman Park includes a .4-mile scenic loop a whirlpool, sauna, locker rooms, four family changing natural surface trail with adjacent access to Brecksville rooms, a 400+ foot elevated indoor track, a 4,500 square Reservation, and a new picnic pavilion. foot fitness center and a 1,700 square foot weight room. Planning is scheduled to start this year on the final Also included in the new center are a group exercise section of the Metroparks’ All Purpose Trail between Ridge studio, cycling room, a 6,000 square-foot gym, and an and Broadview roads, says Tom Jordan, the city’s director outdoor playground. of community development. To help fill a shortage of upscale senior housing in the “When it is completed, people will be able to take the city, Stefanik says, construction of a senior development at trail from the mouth of the Rocky River all the way to the corner of York and Royalton roads is expected to start Cuyahoga Valley National Park,” Jordan says. this year. The developer, Gross Builders, operates premier Improvements also are being made in the city’s local apartment and home communities in several states and is parks, Jordan adds. headquartered in North Royalton. “A new playground designed for kids from infant to Jordan says the city’s industrial base is growing, teenager was completed last year at Memorial Park, and with two new companies moving into the industrial we’re installing Wi-Fi at the city parks this year, so park parks in 2015. The Community/Economic Development users can access the Internet,” Jordan says. Department maintains a web page of available property In all, nine percent of North Royalton’s total area listings for businesses interested in locating in North consists of parkland, including the Metroparks. City Royalton. The department also offers an Entrepreneur and recreation areas include nine baseball fields, five soccer Small Business Guide for download on its web page. fields, two basketball courts, a skate park and three “We have a high concentration of entrepreneurship in tennis courts. North Royalton,” Jordan says. “We have a lot of homebased businesses and a lot of business around town that started in homes. The guide is a way to help our small businesses find the resources to help them grow.” Adding to Royalton’s small town feel, Stefanik says, is the community service offered by the local churches and civic organizations. “All of our service clubs and churches meet jointly every quarter,” he says. “The churches work together to offer a free meal for anybody in the community – not only the needy – on the last Sunday of the month. They also set aside some Saturdays to do yard work and other services for people who need help. That’s another way we all look out for one another. We have 30,000 residents, in North Royalton, but it often feels like we’re a small town of 500.”

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Distribution of Municipal Expenditures 2015

Property Tax Breakdown 2015 Tax Rates (Effective 2016 Bills)

Millage Percentage  Public Schools 41.64 57%  County 13.98 19%  City 6.02 8%  Cuyahoga Comm. College 3.94 5%  Cleveland Metro Parks 2.71 4%  Library 2.47 3%  Vocational School 2 3% Total 72.76 100.0%

Security of Persons & Property $12,916,250.08 Public Health & Welfare $412,010.12 Recreation $465,533.85 Community Development $753,516.35 Basic Utility Services $1,673,807.68 Transportation $4,214,475.49 General Government $2,354,342.17 Total $22,789,935.74 Library - 3% Cleveland Metro Parks - 4% Cuyahoga Comm. College - 6% City - 8% County - 19%

Expenditure Categories Security of Persons & Property: Includes the Police and Fire Departments, EMS Services, Animal Control, Dispatch and Traffic Lighting Public Health & Welfare: Includes the Office on Aging Offices and Cemetery Department Recreation: Includes Park & Recreation Departments Community Development: Includes the Building Division, Planning Commission, Board of Zoning Appeals and Community Economic Development Basic Utility Services: includes expenditures for rubbish pick up and recycling Transportation: Includes the Service Department, snow removal and road projects General Government: the general functions of the city including, but not limited to the Mayor’s Office, City Council Offices, Law Department, Finance Department, Engineering Department, etc. Vocational School - 3% Public Schools - 57%

Public Schools County City Cuyahoga Comm. College Cleveland Metro Parks Library Vocational School

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Education GAME ON!: Students at Albion Elementary enjoy recess on their playground.

North Royalton City School District “We Inspire and Empower Learners” At North Royalton City Schools, students are the focal point in all that we do. Academic programs are designed to build and reinforce the mastery of basic skills, encourage higher-order thinking skills, and to instill a love of lifelong learning. The North Royalton City Schools is ranked as one of the finest in the State of Ohio and the community takes great pride in knowing the district is doing its best to prepare children for their future careers and to be outstanding contributing citizens to our society. The district serves more than 4,400 students from the Cities of North Royalton and Broadview Heights. The school district is comprised of three elementary schools — Albion (Grades K-4), Royal View (Grades Preschool-4), and Valley Vista (Grades K-4) —North Royalton Middle School (Grades 5-8), and North Royalton High School (Grades 9-12). In North Royalton, we have historically offered the finest quality education while at the same time being

fiscally responsible to the taxpayers. The district will continue to make sure that while operating on one of the lowest per pupil expenditures in the county, students receive the same quality education that the communities of North Royalton and Broadview Heights have come Gregory J. Gurka, to expect. The district consistently Superintendent, North receives the Auditor of State Award Royalton Schools with Distinction for a “clean” financial audit report as well as the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada. The finances were judged by an impartial panel to meet the high standards of the program including demonstrating a constructive “spirit of full disclosure” to clearly communicate its financial story Jacelyn Kwan and Ali Hertel (left), North Royalton Middle School students, enjoyed their Science Fair project “Yogioli! Turning Yogurt into Ravioli;” the City Schools’ Transportation Department coordinate an annual “Stuff the Bus” each March to collect donations to the area food pantries (below).

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and motivate potential users and user groups to read the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report. Multiple surveys of residents done over the last few years indicate a level of confidence and trust in the district’s handling of public dollars, and the district takes that responsibility seriously. The City Schools Strategic Plan has been updated for the next three years by staff and community members and can be viewed on the district website. The plan includes guiding principles in the areas of Community Engagement, Student Achievement, Communications, Facilities, Financial, and Collaboration. These principles have set the course for the successes we have seen over the past five years, and would like to continue to see in the future. With a solid academic base developed at the elementary and middle school levels, students are well prepared to select either a challenging college preparatory and/or a comprehensive career preparatory program when they enter the high school. The high school offers students 196 courses and the opportunity to take rigorous Advanced Placement courses as well. The district provides outstanding special education and related services for students with disabilities, enrichment programs for students, as well as career-based education through the Cuyahoga Valley Career Center (CVCC). The North Royalton City Schools offers an every day, all day kindergarten option in addition to its traditional half-

Midpoint Campus Center: Where Students Find Success Midpoint Campus Center is where local college students are finding success. Since 2009, more than 2,000 students have completed over 16,000 credit hours at the Brunswick location offered by both Lorain County Community College and the University of Akron. A wide variety of classes are offered at Midpoint, including full certifications, associate and bachelor’s degrees. Students have completed degrees in nursing, business, and organizational supervision by combining what is offered at Midpoint from Lorain County Community College or the University of Akron with online courses. Activity Professional training is also popular at Midpoint Campus Center. This certification prepares students for a job working with the senior population in recreation centers, assisted living complexes or skilled nursing homes. Midpoint is a full service center for UA and LCCC including advising, registration, testing, computer labs and tutoring. Room rentals are also available for groups and businesses. For more information call 330-225-0042 or visit www.midpointcampus.com.

“HIRED” EDUCATION: Exit Interview Day for the seniors at North Royalton High School provide a glimpse into a real-life job interview and helps build confidence in their communication skills.

time program. Elementary schools offer students many opportunities to expand their knowledge through special interest clubs and leadership programs. Middle school and high school students have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of intramural and interscholastic athletics as well as a large spectrum of clubs, leadership opportunities and scholastic achievement organizations. For more information visit www.northroyaltonsd.org or find us on Facebook and Twitter.

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Education

Tri-C Offers Educational Opportunities Close to Home For more than 50 years, Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) has provided high-quality and affordable education to 900,000 Cuyahoga and Medina county residents. The first community college in Ohio, Tri-C enrolls more than 60,000 students and offers a variety of college courses and community programs. Students can earn associate degrees or transfer credits to four-year universities. More than 85 percent of Tri-C students live and work in Northeast Ohio after graduation.

Tri-C’s tuition is the one of the lowest in Northeast Ohio. Students can take the same general education courses offered at four-year colleges at a fraction of the cost. High school students can be dually enrolled, earning college credit toward associate degrees at the same time they are earning high school diplomas. Two locations serve North Royalton: Western Campus at 11000 Pleasant Valley Road in Parma and Brunswick University Center (BUC) at 3605 Center Road in Brunswick.

In addition to associate degrees, BUC provides bachelor’s degrees in Accounting and Forensic Accounting (double major), Business Administration and Management & Leadership (double major) or Criminal Justice through on-site partnerships with Tiffin University and Franklin University. Call 216-987-6000 for more information or visit www.tri-c.edu.

CVCC - Your College and Career Connection Whether you are preparing to directly enter the workforce or heading to college, Cuyahoga Valley Career Center will equip you with the skills needed to thrive. CVCC works with the students, employers, and residents of the North Royalton community to promote career awareness and professional success. We Dr. Celena Roebuck, understand the economic needs of your Superintendent community and are collaborating with employers to meet those labor market demands. We recognize the growing need businesses have for skilled workers, and we are committed to provide training opportunities that will help people find successful careers. Thanks to the continued support of the North Royalton residents, we have offered almost 45 years of high school and adult education programs across numerous career fields, including healthcare, manufacturing, and cosmetology, just to name a few. Our state-of-the-art facility provides the perfect setting to hone your skills or host your next business meeting. Ideally situated at the intersection of Brecksville and Wallings roads in Brecksville, CVCC is just a short drive away. Come see us at Cuyahoga Valley Career Center: Your College and Career Connection! 10

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Business & Community Leaders Profiling some of North Royalton’s most interesting and recognizable faces FIRST ROW (left to right): Dr. Manbir K. Pannu, Owner, North Royalton Dentist; Gregory J. Gurka, Superintendent, North Royalton Schools; Dr. Celena Roebuck, Superintendent, Cuyahoga Valley Career Center; Robert Stefanik, Mayor, City of North Royalton. SECOND ROW: Eileen & Jim Smalley, Owners, New Creation Interiors; Ali Blacksmith CNP, Director, Southwest General’s Nurse Clinic at the Walter F. Ehrnfelt Recreation Center; Terry & Janice DeLap, Owners, The Cleaning Authority; Adam Hechko DVM, Owner & Medical Director, North Royalton Animal Hospital; Lena Knight, Coordinator, Midpoint Campus Center; Dr. Donna Imhoff Ph.D., President, Cuyahoga Community College’s Western Campus and Brunswick University Center. THIRD ROW: Vince LoSchiavo, Owner, Antonio’s Pizza & Tony Maloney’s Pub & Pizza; Dr. Patrick McCluskey, Owner, Timber Ridge Neck & Back Pain Clinic; Nick Phillips, Senior Partner, Phillips & Mille Co., L.P.A.; Larry Antoskiewicz, President, North Royalton City Council; Thomas Jordan, Community Development Director, City of North Royalton. MISSING FROM PHOTO: Nancy Tinsley, President, UH Parma Medical Center. PHOTO LOCATION: North Royalton Family YMCA. PHOTOGRAPHER: Andrea Bartel, Beverly David Photography.

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OFFERS BIG-CITY LAW CREDENTIALS IN THE SUBURBS RETAIN EXPERIENCED LOCAL COUNSEL ith a combined 80-plus years of experience among its two partners, Phillips & Mille Co., L.P.A., offers the service and expertise of a big downtown law firm right here in our backyard.

“No matter what legal concern you may have, we can handle it here,” says partner Nick Phillips, who along with his partner and team of five lawyers handle both criminal and civil cases in all levels of the courts throughout Ohio and the country. Also unique are the special national board certifications Mr. Phillips and Mr. Mille have earned in the areas of civil trial law and elder law, giving them added credentials in these areas.

“I know how difficult our society can be on people in all kinds of situations,” he says. “I really enjoy making a difference and getting someone out of a problem that they can’t even imagine being able to resolve.” As part of the firm’s commitment to the local community, Phillips currently serves as the Commander of North Royalton’s Community Emergency Response Team. Phillips & Mille provides its clients “Results You Deserve.”

But what Phillips says gives his team the greatest satisfaction is the ability to help people in trouble.

Nick Phillips, Attorney

Make an appointment to meet the Phillips & Mille team for all your legal assistance needs. They’re located at 7530 Lucerne Drive, Suite 200, in Middleburg Heights. Call them today at 440-243-2800 or visit them online at www.pmlawyers.com www.northroyalton.org

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A TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE IN VETERINARY CARE

Dr. Adam Hechko, Dr. Emily Roach, Dr. Lisa Schwan, Dr. Josie Bryk Rose and the entire North Royalton Animal Hospital family are thrilled to be a part of the North Royalton Community. When choosing an animal hospital, you will notice that they are different from what you may have experienced in the past. North Royalton Animal Hospital is proud to introduce their new associate veterinarians. Dr. Schwan was born and raised in Shipshewana, Indiana. She attended Goshen College in Goshen, IN and Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. She graduated in 2008 and has been practicing in Ohio ever since. Dr. Bryk Rose grew up in Pepper Pike, Ohio and was a graduate of The Ohio State University Honors College. She attended vet school at UC Davis College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Bryk Rose is a veterinary intern at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. They are delighted to have found the perfect fit with Dr. Hechko, Dr. Roach, and the entire family at North Royalton Animal Hospital. They look forward to providing your pet with the most advanced level of veterinary care available. Family-owned since 1957, North Royalton Animal Hospital takes great pride in creating a warm and friendly environment where all of your pet’s needs are served. As a full-service animal hospital, they provide on-site laboratory services, digital x-ray, advanced vaccination protocols, pain management techniques, and surgery. They are also handicapped accessible and have a child-friendly atmosphere. If your pet requires hospitalization, they have a separate “Comfort Room” to provide a quiet and peaceful environment for you and your family when visiting your pet. The relationships between doctors, their patients and families are very important to Dr. Hechko and his team. It is essential for them to spend time discussing your pet’s health, whether for preventative care or a time of illness. While waiting for your pet to be seen, you can enjoy refreshments and homemade cookies, sit by the fireplace or watch the fish tank with independent waiting areas for dogs and cats. There is an intensive care unit with an expansive treatment room where patients are monitored throughout the day by our highly skilled and qualified team. Revolutionary laser therapy offers a holistic approach for many common pet illnesses.

family member. Your pet can spend the week in their sunny, deluxe, spa-like boarding environment or for physical and mental rejuvenation in the daycare, and be pampered by their groomer. For your feline pets, they have an independent feline boarding facility with scenic views of the outdoors! Additionally, as a service to the community, they offer Bereavement classes, Pet CPR and First Aid Classes. AAHA makes it a tradition to honor those hospitals who have earned the admiration and respect of their peers, clients, and community. North Royalton Animal Hospital was AWARDED the 2015-AAHA ACCREDITED PRACTICE OF THE YEAR for the United States and Canada! Of the many practices considered for this award, they were selected as the winner for outstanding achievement in the following areas: Quality of Care, Teamwork, Client Service, Practice Management, Leadership, and especially for their unending Service to the Community! Pets are their passion, and keeping them healthy is their #1 priority. On behalf of the North Royalton Animal Hospital and Paws at Play Resort & Daycare, Dr. Hechko and his team look forward to continuing their tradition of providing the highest level of veterinary care available, and would be honored to bring a new and innovative veterinary experience to you and your family.

For frolic and fun, the Paws at Play Resort & Daycare has over 4,000 sq. ft. of rubberized floors and outdoor turf. You can call them to schedule a play date for your canine Hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs 8am - 7pm; Wed, Fri 8am - 6pm; Sat 8am - 3pm. For after hours ER Care, call 440-237-7691 & listen to the prompts. North Royalton Animal Hospital is located at 9027 Ridge Rd., North Royalton, OH 44133 (across from Carrie Cerino’s) Phone: 440-237-7691 • Fax: 440-237-8257 • www.northroyaltonanimalhospital.com

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Dr. Manbir K. Pannu

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YOUR NORTH ROYALTON DENTIST FOR OVER 25 YEARS entistry is the perfect blend of art and science. Dr. Manbir Pannu’s state-of-the-art practice also adds a liberal helping of compassionate and gentle care to the mix.

She and her staff offer all aspects of dental care including fillings, crowns, bridges, partials and dentures in a very comfortable and personal atmosphere, but her passion is prevention. She believes in helping patients develop healthy habits, leading to a healthy mouth and body. Dr. Pannu’s practice also offers an affordable inoffice dental plan for those without insurance. Dr. Pannu graduated from Cleveland State University with a BS degree in biology in 1978 and graduated from CWRU School of Dentistry in 1984, where she is presently an adjunct faculty member. Dr. Pannu is also a member of the American Dental Association, Ohio Dental Society, Greater Cleveland Dental Society and American Association of Women Dentists. Dr. Pannu also serves as a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army Reserve. She completed 2 weeks of advanced military

training at Ft. Dix, New Jersey last year and she will serve another 2 weeks this July. Serving a tour of duty in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom, she lent her dental skills to some true heroes. She recalls for us: “Serving was a difficult experience… hard on my family and my practice but gave me a sense of satisfaction that I was serving my country. I hope that our nation appreciates the sacrifices that our soldiers are making.” Married for 36 years with two grown children, Dr. Pannu loves displaying pictures of her two grandkids, 3 year old Sayva and 11 month old Sahil. She enjoys working with nonprofit organizations like The Red Cross, Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio and the Free Clinic of Greater Cleveland.

Manbir Pannu DDS (on the right) and assistant serving a soldier while on duty with the U.S. Army Reserves in Iraq.

Dr. Pannu is accepting new patients. For an appointment, contact her office at 440-237-7730 or visit them at 8523 Ridge Road in North Royalton • www.NorthRoyaltonDentist.com

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The Cleaning auThoriTy

s franchise owners of the North Royalton office of The Cleaning Authority, Janice and Terry DeLap think that you will agree with their favorite slogan - Life is too short to clean your own home! They are confident that their numerous clients in North Royalton and surrounding communities would agree. Whether you are a busy family, retiree, road warrior or simply don’t like spending your free time cleaning your home, it’s time to let the cleaning professionals at The Cleaning Authority handle it. The Cleaning Authority employs a Detail-Clean Rotation System that specifies what their Certified Professional Housecleaners will do on each clean, so you know what to expect in every room of your home. While your entire home is cleaned every visit, The Detail-Clean Rotation System is designed to additionally detail clean specific areas. When The Cleaning Authority does your housecleaning, you get the perfect combination of professional quality and personal service with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Janice & Terry are members of the North Royalton Chamber of Commerce and support the North Royalton High School Athletic Boosters and Band Boosters. In addition, they support the Cleaning for Heroes program which provides cleaning services for military families in need.

The North Royalton Cleaning Authority participates in the TCA Cares program. Throughout the year they ask for non-perishable food donations that are collected from the homes of their clients by the cleaning crews. These donations are distributed to various organizations in need of food. In past years these collections have been distributed to the Greater Cleveland Food Bank, St. Augustine’s Hunger Center, and the food pantries in North Royalton, Broadview Heights, and Strongsville. 2016 represents 10 years of cleaning homes in North Royalton and another year this office has received the “Mark of Excellence” from the Cleaning Authority franchisor for exceptional customer service! Call today at 440-877-9809 to schedule an in-home estimate and join their list of satisfied clients in North Royalton. Owners Janice and Terry DeLap

For more information, visit TheCleaningAuthority.com/broadviewheights or call them at 440-877-9809. www.northroyalton.org

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High Quality Leadership Translates into High Quality Care at UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS PARMA MEDICAL CENTER

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ancy M. Tinsley, a seasoned executive with nearly 20 years of experience in health care operations, has been driving innovation, enhancing the patient experience and implementing quality standards of care for many UH institutes and services at UH Parma Medical Center. Ms. Tinsley and her team focus on engaging patients and the community to become active partners with their health. Ms. Tinsley holds a MBA, an MHA and a Bachelors of Science in Nursing. She spent 16 years as adjunct faculty at Case Western Reserve University teaching Interdisciplinary Healthcare Improvement. She is also a volunteer leader for numerous community and nonprofit organizations. Ms. Tinsley is also a 2016 Crain’s Women of Note Honoree and a 2016 YWCA Women of Achievement Award recipient.

Your Photo from cover photo shoot goes here Nancy M. Tinsley, President

University Hospitals Parma Medical Center • 7007 Powers Blvd., Parma 440-743-3000 • www.UHParma.org

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Dr. Donna Imhoff, Ph.D. JOINS CUYAHOGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE

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onna Imhoff, Ph.D., joined Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) as president of the Western Campus and Brunswick University Center on Feb. 1, 2016. Dr. Imhoff spent the past three decades at Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC) in Pittsburgh, where she was a faculty member for 22 years and a campus president for more than eight. During Dr. Imhoff’s tenure at CCAC, she worked at various campuses and centers and rose in the ranks to become president of the largest campus in the system. She arrives at Tri-C with a reputation as a champion for students and plans to work to make the College—a place where she says the bar of quality is already set very high—even better. Dr. Imhoff holds a doctorate in social and comparative analysis education and a master’s certificate in women’s studies Your from the University of Pittsburgh, a master’s degree in school psychology from Photo Duquesne University and a bachelor’s Here degree in rehabilitation education from Penn State University. She’s enjoying exploring the region and is looking Dr. Donna Imhoff, President of forward to attending her first Cleveland Tri-C’s Western Campus and Brunswick University Center Indians baseball game.

For information on Cuyahoga Community College, call 216-987-6000 or visit www.tri-c.edu

Jim and Eileen Smalley New CreatioN iNteriors

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

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

Owners Eileen and Jim Smalley

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

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The LoSchiavo Restaurant Group TONY MALONEY’S PUB & PIZZA

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hen Tony LoSchiavo started Antonio’s Pizza 48 years ago, he could not have imagined it becoming Cleveland’s favorite pizza or that someday, Drew Carey, a famous Comedian from Cleveland, would order his pizza for a party in California! After years of enormous success and becoming a tradition of quality pizza in Cleveland, son Fred and grandsons Vincent and Anthony formed the LoSchiavo Restaurant Group, which today has grown to 11 Antonio’s Pizza shops, Tony Maloney’s restaurant and more on the horizon. The Tony Maloney’s concept was developed in 2008 with a full service restaurant and pizza business boasting an Irish and Italian theme. Vincent, passionate about his customers dining experience, hires talented people who understand his vision. Expect to Your be “wowed” as you visit their newly Photo from remodeled restaurant and beautiful cover photo patio. shoot goes Vincent is a proud resident of North Royalton, supports the schools and here says that it’s a wonderful place to raise a family. Vincent LoSchiavo, Owner Tony Maloney’s is located on the corner of York and Sprague. Visit their website at www.tonymaloneys.com or call 440-886-1177 For a list of Antonio’s Pizza locations, visit www.antoniospizza.net

Midpoint Campus Center HIGH QUALITY EDUCATION EQUALS STUDENT SUCCESS

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aking higher education accessible to people improves their chances of reaching their educational goals while taking care of job or family commitments,” said Lena Knight, coordinator at Midpoint Campus Center in Brunswick. “Our proximity to North Royalton makes Midpoint an ideal location for students and community members to take classes and utilize services from Lorain County Community College (LCCC) and The University of Akron (UA),” added Knight. Midpoint offers a variety of classes from LCCC including business, psychology, English, computer and more. “There are strong course offerings in the area of general education. I am excited that classes in real estate and journalism have been added for the Fall 2016 semester,” said Your Knight. The University of Akron offers a Photo from bachelor of organizational supervision cover photo (BOS) at Midpoint. Because of its class offerings and centralized location to shoot goes area high schools, Midpoint is also here attracting high school students to the College Credit Plus program.

Lena Knight, Campus Coordinator

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

A Major Convenience for Minor Illnesses

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f you’re suffering from a minor illness or injury, Southwest General’s Nurse Clinic at the Walter F. Ehrnfelt Recreation Center and Senior Center is readily available to help get you back on your feet. With convenient weekday hours, the Nurse Clinic is headed by Certified Nurse Practitioner Alicia “Ali” Blacksmith, who is specially trained to diagnose and treat a wide variety of medical conditions. “We provide quick and efficient care for colds and flu, ear infections, skin conditions, minor wounds and abrasions, sprains, bladder infections and more,” says Ali. Physicals, screenings and lab testing also are available. “It’s part of our initiative to help people feel better quicker, without having to wait for an appointment,” she adds.

Southwest General’s Nurse Clinic at Strongsville Recreation Center 18100 Royalton Rd., Strongsville, OH 44136 Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 7 a.m.-3p.m. Tuesday, Thursday: 11 a.m.-7p.m. Walk-ins welcome. No appointment necessary. Treating patients three years and up.

Your Photo from cover photo shoot goes here Ali Blacksmith CNP

For more information, call at 440-816-5050 or visit swgeneral.com

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

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

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

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Health & Wellness UH Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute Enhances Cardiac Care UH Parma Medical Center Patients long familiar with University Hospitals Parma Medical Center’s outstanding cardiovascular capabilities now have access to University Hospitals Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute and the largest network of cardiovascular specialists on the Westside, with over 60 experts from Medina to Sandusky providing the highest-quality, personalized care. The cardiovascular intensive care unit at UH Parma Medical Center is designed for patients following heart attacks, coronary interventions and cardiac and thoracic surgeries. The UH Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute brings important enhancements such as leading experts practicing at community-based locations; new procedures, treatment options and technologies; and immediate access to all the resources of the UH system, when a higher level of care is needed. “UH Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute affords

UH Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute ranks in the top one percent of hospitals in the nation for Cardiology and Heart Surgery by U.S. News & World Report. Its innovations include: • The first hospital in the nation to offer HeartFlow/FFR-CT, a revolutionary noninvasive tool for diagnosing coronary artery disease • The first adult stem cell procedure in Ohio for heart disease • The nation’s first teaching site for transcatheter aortic valve replacement in the awake, talking patient • More than 85 clinical trials, following 2,500 patients • International center for treatment of atrial fibrillations

access to leading-edge research, specialized procedures and medications not readily available in a community setting,” says interventional cardiologist Christine Zirafi, MD, a leader in UH Parma Medical Center’s Division of Cardiology and now Director of the Women’s Cardiovascular Center at UH Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute. See ad on Back Cover.

SMILE L I N K

WITH DR. MANBIR PANNU

A Healthy Mouth Equals A Healthy Body! Our Services Include: Composite & Amalgam Fillings Crowns & Bridges X-Rays Dentures & Partials Veneers Perio Protect Trays Root Canals

Bleaching Digital Intraoral Camera Whitening Floride Treatments Sealants Implants OralDNA LabsTM

A warm and personal practice with state-of-the-art technologythe perfect combination for maintaining the smile you show the world.

Manbir Pannu DDS

Dr. Manbir Pannu is accepting new patients, call 440-237-7730 for an appointment. 8523 Ridge Road, North Royalton www.northroyaltondentist.com

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Health & Wellness

Be WellAware of Your Health Risks

Introducing Southwest General’s WellAware Programs for Better Heath At Southwest General, we believe that a hospital’s responsibility is more than simply to help patients get better. It’s to help patients stay better, and do what we can to keep them from getting sick in the first place. With a strong focus on prevention and wellness, our WellAware Programs for Better Health are here to help patients live healthier, happier lives. For instance, heart disease is the number one killer of American men. Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of American women*. That’s why it is so important to know your risks, and learn how to reduce them. Our WellAware Heart program offers a series of screenings and assessments that evaluate the condition of your heart, brain and circulatory system. n n n n

Heart disease Stroke Poor circulation Atrial fibrillation

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Diabetes High blood pressure High cholesterol

DID YOU KNOW that colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the U.S.? With early screening, however, it can be detected before symptoms develop. Time is critical. Southwest General’s WellAware Inside program features Open Access Colonoscopy Screening, allowing you to schedule a screening without the need to visit your doctor first. Qualified candidates for the Open Access Program include: n Men and women, aged 50 and older n Individuals with no gastrointestinal symptoms n Individuals with no significant illnesses Discover how our WellAware Programs For Better Health can help you stay healthy, keep fit, and make better health decisions. Visit swgwellaware.com or call 440-816-5050. See ad on Inside Front Cover. *Source: http://www.swgeneral.com/outpatient-services/outpatient-clinics/ healthy-heart-program/

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Community Information

Important Phone Numbers IN AN EMERGENCY DIAL 911 North Royalton City Hall 14600 State Rd. North Royalton, OH 44133

Animal Shelter Sr. Animal Control Officer, George Stuart 440-237-0665 gstuart@northroyalton.org

Public Safety Director of Public Safety, Bruce Campbell 440-237-5759 bcampbell@northroyalton.org

Dan Kasaris, Ward 6 440-305-4226 ward6@northroyalton.org

Main Administration 440-237-5686 www.northroyalton.org

Building Division Building Commissioner, Dan Kulchytsky Office Manager, Bonni Becka 440-582-3000 bbecka@northroyalton.org

Public Service Department 440-582-3002 Director of Public Service, Nick Cinquepalmi ncinquepalmi@northroyalton.org Street Superintendent, John Fielding jfielding@northroyalton.org Storm Water Superintendent, Mike Lung mlung@northroyalton.org

Library Cuyahoga County Library North Royalton Branch 5071 Wallings Rd. 440-237-3800

Mayor Robert Stefanik 440-237-4300 mayorstefanik@northroyalton.org Mayor’s Court 440-582-6224 Finance Department Eric Dean, Director of Finance 440-582-6234 financedep@northroyalton.org Law Department Thomas A. Kelly, Director of Law 440-237-5686, ext.128

Community Development Director of Community Development, Thomas Jordan 440-237-5484 tjordan@northroyalton.org Engineering Department 440-582-3001 City Engineer, Mark Schmitzer mschmitzer@northroyalton.org Assist. City Engineer, Daniel Collins dcollins@northroyalton.org

Director of Legislative Services, Laura J. Haller 440-237-4260 lhaller@northroyalton.org

Fire Department Fire Chief, Robert Chegan, Jr. 440-237-4315 firedepartment@northroyalton.org

Service Center 11545 Royalton Rd. North Royalton, OH 44133

Police Department Police Chief, John Elek 440-582-6216 police@northroyalton.org

Aging & Human Services 440-582-6333 Director, Judith Willey jwilley@northroyalton.org Outreach Specialist, Debra Burrows dburrows@northroyalton.org

Parks & Recreation Department Director of Recreation, Jason Swim 440-237-5646 recreation@northroyalton.org

Council Members Larry Antoskiewicz, Council President 440-554-6095 councilpres@northroyalton.org

Community Services

License Bureau 12771 State Rd. 440-582-0410 Post Office North Royalton Branch 13901 State Rd. 440-582-8418 North Royalton Chamber of Commerce 440-237-6180 www.nroyaltonchamber.com

John Nickell, Ward 1 440-539-4762 ward1@northroyalton.org

Schools

Gary Petrusky, Ward 2 440-897-8759 ward2@northroyalton.org

Administration Offices/ Board of Education 440-237-8800 www.northroyaltonsd.org

Daniel Langshaw, Ward 3 440-785-4240 ward3@northroyalton.org

School Transportation 440-582-9051

Paul Marnecheck, Ward 4 440-539-4636 ward4@northroyalton.org Steve Muller, Ward 5 440-212-2282 ward5@northroyalton.org

Albion Elementary School 440-582-9060 Royal View Elementary School 440-582-9080 >> Continued on page 22 www.northroyalton.org

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Community Information Important Phone Numbers >> Continued from page 19

Columbia Gas 800-460-2222

Valley Vista Elementary School 440-582-9101

Dominion East Ohio Gas 800-362-7557

North Royalton Middle School 440-582-9120

Ohio Edison (electric) 800-633-4766

North Royalton High School 440-582-7801

Private Schools & Career Centers Cuyahoga Community College 216-987-5000 Cuyahoga Valley Career Center 440-526-5200

Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council (NOPEC) 888-848-7914 Public Utilities Commission of Ohio 800-686-7826 R.I.T.A. - Tax Collection Agency 440-526-0900

Midpoint Campus Center 330-225-0042 Padua Franciscan High School 440-845-2444 Polaris Career Center 440-891-7600

Time Warner Cable 877-772-2253 Wide Open West (WOW) Cable 866-496-9669

Service Clubs

Royal Redeemer Lutheran 440-237-7988 St. Albert the Great 440-237-1032

Utilities ATT - local phone service 800-660-1000 First Energy Cleveland Illuminating Co. 800-589-3101 Cleveland Water Department 216-664-3130

North Royalton Historical Society 13759 Ridge Rd., P.O. Box 33-180 440-237-3377 • www.nrhs.net Holiday Lighting Committee Camille Price 440-582-4144 North Royalton Lions Club www.lionsdistrict13c.org North Royalton Chamber of Commerce 440-237-6180 www.nroyaltonchamber.com North Royalton Community Band 440-582-3066 www.nr-cb.org

Thank you North Royalton! Pat Pell

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Sisters Kim Mellott with her dog Yogi and Sandy McVaney with Allie enjoy meeting at the new Aukerman Park to walk their dogs.

North Royalton Community Garden Follow them on Facebook North Royalton Garden Club Follow them on Facebook Rotary Club of North Royalton - Broadview Heights 440-237-4137

Places of Worship Abiding Savior Lutheran Church 4000 Wallings Rd. 440-237-6454 Abundant Life Community Church Royalton Business Park 10143 Royalton Rd. Suite N & O 440-877-1202 Christ the Savior American Orthodox Church 10000 State Rd. 440-237-9196 Rectory 440-582-8163 Holy Trinity Ukranian Autocephalous Orthodox Center 9672 State Rd. 440-237-0101 North Royalton Baptist Church 6616 Royalton Rd. 440-237-6522

North Royalton Christian Church Disciples of Christ 5100 Royalton Rd. 440-237-4531 North Royalton United Methodist Church 13601 Ridge Rd. 440-237-7663 Royal Redeemer Lutheran Church 11680 Royalton Rd. 440-237-7958 St. Albert the Great Catholic Church 6667 Wallings Rd. 440-237-6760 St. Matthew the Evangelist Orthodox Church Antiochian Archdiocese 10383 Albion Rd. 440-582-5673 St. Paul Greek Orthodox Church 4548 Wallings Rd. 440-237-8998 St. Paul United Church of Christ 7507 York Rd. 440-843-8039 State Road Community Church of the Nazarene 8600 State Rd. 440-237-2344 South Point Community Church 13390 York Road 440-237-2211 Southern Hills Community Church 13511 W. 130th St. 440-877-1479 Southwest Unitarian Universalist Church 6320 Royalton Rd. 440-877-1686


Dining Guide Mr. Hero

Every effort has been made to provide a complete and accurate restaurant list. Please contact us in reference to corrections or additions for future publications.

RESTAURANTS 3 Spot 13855 Royalton Rd. 440-877-1818

Becker’s Donuts & Bakery 11305 State Rd. 440-237-3700

Butch’s Saloon 10009 W. 130th St. 440-628-8121

Caribbean Cowboy 6031 Royalton Rd. 440-457-7371

Carrie Cerino’s Italian Ristorante & Party Center 8922 Ridge Rd. 440-237-3434

Cleats Club Seat Grille 5255 Wallings Rd. 440-237-2665

Crystal Keg Bar & Grill 7936 York Rd. 440-842-8056

Divot’s Sports Bar 13393 York Rd. 440-237-3342

Firehouse Sports Bar & Grill 8617 Ridge Rd. 440-230-9229

Flo’s Bistro 6730 Royalton Rd. 440-628-8500

Hop Hing Chinese 5630 Wallings Rd. 440-582-4666

Inn Between Bar & Grill

Michael’s Place Restaurant & Party Center

Ming Moon Chinese Restaurant 12758 Royalton Rd. 440-877-2238

Mom’s Deli & Grill 13900 York Rd. 440-582-7100

9375 W. Sprague Rd. 440-888-6400 Romano’s Market

PIZZA

Pizza Hut

Angies Pizza

6550 Royalton Rd. 440-237-7880

6120 Royalton Rd. 440-237-2440

Royal Pizzeria

12971 State Rd. 440-237-6200

New Gum Do

Zeppe’s Pizza

5755 Royalton Rd. 440-237-1688

Antonio’s Pizza

13983 Ridge Rd. 440-582-5400

Nikos Bar & Gyros

9369 W. Sprague Rd. 440-885-5970

FAST FOOD

Augie’s Pizza & Ribs

Arby’s

12766 Royalton Rd. 440-237-6456

Olesia’s Place 11204 Royalton Rd. 440-877-9054

Park Tavern 2897 Royalton Rd. 440-230-7275

Rox Bar & Grill 13000 Royalton Rd. 440-628-5059

Royal Lunch 6165 Royalton Rd. 440-582-4588

Sand Trap Grill & Bar 6824 Bunker Rd. 440-628-8350

Sip N’ Post 5581 Wallings Rd. 440-237-0888

Talerico Catering 5670 Wallings Rd. 440-230-5188

Tony Maloney’s

9249 W. Sprague Rd. 440-842-3555

9385 W. Sprague Rd. 440-886-1177

Kosta & Vic’s

Towne Tavern

10300 W. Sprague Rd. 440-885-3663

Subway

12841 State Rd. 440-237-2212

8684 Ridge Rd. 440-582-3352

Jaipur Junction

6815 Royalton Rd. 440-582-8211

14084 State Rd. 440-237-2080

6395 Royalton Rd. 440-582-0166

Firehouse Pizza

Burger King

6023 Royalton Rd. (across from Giant Eagle) 440-230-1221 12786 Royalton Rd. 440-877-9660 5660 Wallings Rd. 440-230-0500

Taco Bell 6447 Royalton Rd. 440-237-1401

PARTY CENTERS

8617 Ridge Rd. 440-230-9229

5702 Royalton Rd. 440-237-1917

Brennan’s Catering at St. Paul Hellenic Center

Leonardos Pizza

KFC

4548 Wallings Rd. 216-251-2131

12782 Royalton Rd. 440-582-5700

5525 Royalton Rd. 440-237-9270

Marco’s Pizza

Loder’s Shake Shoppe

10981 State Rd. 440-582-9300

6983 Royalton Rd. 440-237-6020

My Pizzetta

McDonalds

14290 State Rd. 440-237-1770

5304 Royalton Rd. 440-237-9988

Papa John’s Pizza

Mr. Divots Queen

6701 Royalton Rd. 440-230-1200

13393 York Rd. 440-237-5599

Carrie Cerino’s Italian Ristorante & Party Center 8922 Ridge Rd. 440-237-3434

Michael’s Place Restaurant & Party Center 12841 State Rd. 440-237-2212

Proudly serving the North Royalton community. Visit us at:

6520 Royalton Rd. North Royalton, OH • 44133 (440) 582-9500

11300 State Rd. 440-582-0990 www.northroyalton.org

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Office cOffee Service Keurig • Bunn • TrOPHY POur-Over • POds One sTOP sHOPPing

KIKS Office 13676 York Rd., #1 • North Royalton 440-230-0800 • www.kiksop.com

order online, get it the next day!

Advertiser Index ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW Phillips and Mille, Co., LPA....p 7, 11 www.pmlawyers.com AUTO BODY REPAIR Custom Color & Collision Center..........................p 24 www.customcolorandcollision.com BANK Ohio Savings Bank.....................p 23 www.mynycb.com CHIROPRACTOR & MASSAGE THERAPY Timber Ridge Neck & Back Pain Clinic......................p 5, 15 www.chiropracticnorthroyalton.com CLEANING SERVICES/ RESIDENTIAL The Cleaning Authority........p 13, 17 www.TheCleaningAuthority.com/ BroadviewHeights COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES Cuyahoga Community College..... p 10, 14, Inside Back Cover www.tri-c.edu

HOSPITALS/MEDICAL FACILITIES Southwest General Hospital............ .................. Inside Front Cover, p 15, 18 www.swgeneral.com www.swgwellaware.com UH Parma Medical Center................. p 14, 16, Back Cover www.UHParma.org INTERIOR DESIGN SERVICES New Creation Interiors........p 14, 17 www.newcreationinteriors.net OFFICE PRODUCTS/ COFFEE SERVICE KIKS OFFICE................................p 24 www.kiksop.com PHOTOGRAPHY Beverly David Photography......p 24 www.beverlydavidphoto.com RESTAURANT Tony Maloney’s Pub & Pizza.....................................p 1, 15 www.tonymaloneys.com

DENTIST

RESTAURANT-PIZZA

North Royalton DentistDr. Manbir Pannu..................p 13, 16 www.northroyaltondentist.com

Antonio’s Pizza.............................p 1 www.antoniospizza.net SCHOOLS - CAREER & TECHNICAL

Blossom Hill, Inc.........................p 18 www.blossom-hill.org

Cuyahoga Valley Career Center.............................p 10 www.cvccworks.edu

GROCERIES & DELI

SENIOR SERVICES

Romano’s Farmers Market & Deli...........................................p 23 www.romanosfarmersmarket.com

Senior Helpers............................p 18 www.seniorhelpers.com

HEATING/COOLING/ PLUMBING/SEWERS North Royalton, Ohio Magazine & Community Guide | 2016-2017

Hospice Services of Southwest General....................p 18 www.swgeneral.com/hospice

Midpoint Campus Center......p 9, 15 www.midpointcampus.com

DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED GROUP HOME

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HOSPICE SERVICES

Sal’s Heating and Cooling, Inc....p 6 www.salsheatandcool.com

VETERINARIAN North Royalton Animal Hospital..........................p 12 www.northroyaltonanimalhospital.com


START

NOW! Learn what you need Earn what you deserve Save more than you think

www.tri-c.edu/startnow 216-987-6000 Brunswick University Center I 3605 Center Road I Brunswick, OH 44212 Western Campus I 11000 Pleasant Valley Road I Parma, OH 44130

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