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Altenheim Life Plan Community is a Local Leader in Senior Care Memory Assisted Living and Therapy Rehab Center Now Open, Serve Resident Health Needs

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Altenheim Senior Living is the only local not-for-profit Life Plan Community offering a full continuum of services which include senior living, assisted living, memory assisted living, skilled nursing and rehabilitation, long term nursing care, memory care, home health care, in and outpatient physical therapy and private duty. As a Life Plan Community, one move to the campus will meet resident needs for services as they evolve. Altenheim is ranked in the 1% of all Ohio skilled communities Communities top and US News and World Report has Open recently ranked the community as a high performing nursing home in 2018-19. Only the top 19% of nursing homes in the U.S. are honored with this award. Our award-winning care is delivered by professionals with an unmatched passion for their work and compassion for their residents. Altenheim continues to be in the forefront of enhancing care delivery and is a local leader in providing health, wellness and residential information pertinent to seniors and their families. “This vision of community service began when Altenheim opened its doors in 1892 in Cleveland as a safe haven for aged women. We continue that vision in 2019 with the new Shurmer Place Memory Assisted Living residence and the new, state-of-the-art Altenheim Therapy Rehab

Center. Our focus continues to be on creating an environment and culture that transforms the delivery of services so that we are truly person and family centered,” states Paul Psota, CEO. At Altenheim “we’ve always stood for family.” The new Shurmer Place Memory Assisted Living residence and Altenheim Therapy Rehab Center were designed by Cleveland based architects, C.C. Hodgson Architectural Group, according to Planetree principles. These principles represent the highest level of achievement in person-centered care and design. Their goal is to achieve optimal mental, physical, and spiritual well-being of residents, families and staff. Planetree is the leading international patient-centered healthcare organization promoting the design of healing environments. C.C. Hodgson Architectural Group is one of only 12 architectural firms in the United States appointed to the Planetree Visionary Design Network. This is a distinction that establishes firms as specialists in healing and holistic designs. Inspired by Altenheim’s Germanic roots, the architectural team designed the new Therapy Rehab Center in the manner of an alpine lodge with iconic elements such as a gabled roof, shake shingles, rustic wood, and expansive windows.

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The Rehab Center operates according to hospitality principles. There is a Welcome Center with information kiosks and a spa. Other hospitality elements include 32 private rooms with private bathrooms featuring large, accessible roll-in showers, and a hospitality kitchen and dining room. The vaulted therapy gym has versatile therapy spaces including a fully operational training kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, laundry, and an outdoor driveway for training in the client’s personal vehicle. The Rehab Center’s location on Pearl Road, just north of the Giant Eagle Market District, creates a strong community identity and connection. The Shurmer Place Memory Assisted Living residence incorporates a residential model with a picturesque cottage aesthetic. The two story residence is designed as a highly therapeutic environment to adapt to the changing needs of residents with memory challenges. The facility ensures safety and security while supporting residents’ functional abilities through meaningful activities, stimulation, and socialization. There are 38 private suites in six households. Each household has its own living room and either an enclosed four-season

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Altenheim Therapy Rehab Welcome Center room or a separate porch with direct access to a secure outdoor area. Located on each floor is a residential household kitchen with multiple dining rooms, a multi-sensory room, and other amenities to ensure maximum independence in a safe environment. “Both Shurmer Place Memory Assisted Living and Altenheim Therapy Rehab Center have strong connections to nature as a source of well-being and for therapeutic value. The new buildings have outdoor access with an expansive, secured courtyard for Memory Assisted Living and a dedicated therapy garden for the Rehab Center,” states Donna Casey, Director of Marketing.

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To call for a tour, contact Beth Seese, Resident Director, Shurmer Place Memory Assisted Living at 440-268-1048.

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The 17th Annual

Strongsville Image Book & COMMUNITY GUIDE This is an Image Builders Marketing Inc.™ Trademark Publication created and produced for the City of Strongsville, Ohio. Thomas P. Perciak, Mayor Copyright Š 2019, All rights reserved. Image Builders Marketing, Inc. 440-346-4482 www.ImageBuildersMarketing.us Sponsored by The City of Strongsville 16099 Foltz Pkwy., Strongsville, Ohio 44149 440-580-3100 Strongsville Chamber of Commerce 18829 Royalton Rd., Strongsville, Ohio 44136 440-238-3366 Extra copies available at city or chamber offices or view magazine online at www.Strongsville.org, www.strongsvilleOH.us or www.strongsvillechamber.com To advertise in the next edition, call 440-346-4482 or email info@imagebuildersmarketing.us Publisher Bernice P. Kaldy Art Director/Project Manager Tammy Spear Editor Laura Lakner Business Manager Mary Dodge Lead Graphic Designer Gail Hartman Contributing Designers Judy Beveridge, VIOLET SULLIVAN Production Coordinator Jocelyn Georgiev Account Executives/Community Consultants Bernice Kaldy, Scott F.W. Hughes, Brenda Louis Contributing Writer Ken McEntee Map LAURA KALDY Photography BEVERLY DAVID PHOTOGRAPHY Image Builders Marketing, Inc. would like to extend a special thank you to all the business organizations and individuals who take an active and enthusiastic role in the Strongsville Image Book & Community Guide, especially our advertisers who provide the financial support to make this a successful community project. We hope that you enjoy the informative features contained in this publication and will keep it as a reference guide for community and advertiser information. No part of this publication may be reproduced by any means without the written permission of the publisher. Advertisements and listings in this publication are provided as a public service. Image Builders Marketing, Inc. is not responsible for errors or omissions, and inclusion does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation.

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Contents 8 Mayor’s Welcome

37 Homes & Real Estate 40 Parks & Recreation 41 Community

1 0 City Overview 16 City Financials 17 Chamber of Commerce Information 50 Dining Guide 18 Education 23 Business &

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32 Health & Wellness 36 Senior Living

ON THE COVER: Area Business & Community Leaders at Altenheim Senior Living Life Plan Community, 15653 Pearl Rd., see special section on page 23. COVER LOCATION: Ranked in the top 1% of all Ohio skilled communities, Altenheim Senior Living has one campus in Strongsville that can meet a resident’s needs as they evolve. With the addition in 2018 of the Shurmer Place Memory Assisted Living residence and the new, state-of-the-art Altenheim Therapy Rehab Center, Altenheim Life Plan Community is a local leader in senior care. For a tour, call Beth Seese, Resident Director at Shurmer Place Memory Assisted Living at 440-268-1048. PHOTOGRAPHER: Andrea Bartel, Beverly David Photography.

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Mayor’s Welcome

e to Strongsville m o c l e W I am proud to be mayor of our tremendous city.

Few communities can match Strongsville's diverse balance of modern amenities, parks and recreational opportunities and a location that offers convenient access to anywhere. But our town's most valuable asset is you - the people who live, work and operate businesses here. With the support of our generous civic groups and faith-based organizations, our residents and our business men and women are the fiber that binds our town together. Because of you, Strongsville continues to exude a small, hometown charm even while rated as the fifth largest suburb in Cuyahoga County. From our vibrant shopping and dining

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districts to our bustling youth sports fields there is always plenty of activity in our town. That's especially true within the busy plants throughout our thriving business parks which exemplify the city's robust business climate.

Our biennial surveys of local businesses continue to reinforce Strongsville's reputation as a prime location in which to operate. In 2018, we conducted a residential survey that reinforced the fact that Strongsville is also a wonderful place to live. The survey results indicated that 92 percent of the respondents rate Strongsville's quality of life to be excellent or good. Eighty-eight percent said they would recommend Strongsville to others as a place to live. On the following pages of this 17th Annual Strongsville Image Book and

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Community Guide you can learn more about the city and the people who make it great. The magazine was made possible by the generosity of its sponsoring businesses. Please consider patronizing them when you go out to shop and dine. Whether you are a resident, a Strongsville business owner or a visitor, I’m confident that this magazine will serve as a valuable resource to better familiarize yourself with our wonderful town. Sincerely, Thomas P. Perciak Mayor


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City Overview

Strongsville . . . Blending a Strong Business Community with Small-Town Charm By Ken McEntee

A flip of a switch transforms

Strongsville's Commons into a dazzling display of holiday magic. As eager kids congregate amidst dazzling electric displays, brilliant fireworks illuminate the skies, signaling the horse-drawn arrival of Santa and Mrs. Claus to hear all about their Christmas dreams. "The Winter Wonderland is an example of what makes our town special," says Mayor Tom Perciak. "Whether it's the cookies and hot cocoa or the carriage and train rides, everything is free because of the generous individuals and business people of our community. It's a wonderful family event and a fantastic way to start the holidays."

That community spirit, Perciak says, is evident in Strongsville's activities and special events throughout the year. "Even though we're a city of almost 45,000 people, the focus on family and the civic-mindedness of our residents are reminiscent of a much smaller town," he says. "The community pride says a lot about the people who live and work here. It is also apparent in our religious leaders and our wonderful civic organizations." In a survey of local residents released early in 2018, 92 percent of the respondents rated Strongsville's quality of life as either "excellent" or "good." The survey, mailed to almost 14,700 households,

drew more than 3,500 responses. Among the findings of the survey, which was done with the assistance of the Ohio State University: * 88 percent of the respondents indicated they would recommend Strongsville to others as a place to live; * 81 percent of the respondents would still choose to live in Strongsville if they could make the choice again. * Asked to name their top reasons for living in Strongsville, 60 percent of the respondents cited "safe environment," while 53 percent noted "quality of housing."

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acres of green space is larger than the size of many full cities in western Cuyahoga County, such as Seven Hills, Olmsted Falls and Rocky River. While the Cleveland Metroparks Mill Stream Run Reservation accounts for two thirds of that green space, Strongsville also has 207 acres of recreational fields, 700 acres of private common space and 72 acres of playgrounds. "The Metroparks is the city's jewel," Perciak says. "Our city recreation areas and youth sports also are very important to families. Summer baseball alone probably has more than 100 teams, then you have all of the soccer fields, the new football fields and the new youth sports park." In July, the city opened a new playground at Surrarrer Park, at the corner of Webster and Whitney roads. "It's the only park area the city owns in the northeast corner and we wanted to make it a destination playground," says Bryan Bogre, the city's parks and recreation director. "Before, all we had there was a baseball field, a tennis court and an old basketball court. It needed renovation. There is a pavilion there that nobody ever rented. Once the playground opened, we had around a dozen rentals in just a few months." The playground includes slides, swings, a climbing apparatus

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and adaptive equipment for children in wheelchairs. It also includes a "friendship swing" on which a parent and toddler can swing facing each other. Bogre says he'd like to add a Storybook Trail through the woods, where families will come upon pages of a story as they walk through. "We're trying to make it a great playground for everyone," Bogre says. Due primarily to a strong tax base generated in the city's business parks, Perciak says the city's financial health is strong. "Eighty-five percent of the city's general fund revenue comes from income tax collections, and the majority of the income tax comes from the business parks," says Brent Painter, economic development director. "Our

business parks have one of the lowest vacancy rates in northeast Ohio." The city's $62 million budget pays for police, fire and other local services. With major improvements being finished on the city's major thoroughfares - Routes 42 and 82, a new traffic signal system is planned on those roads to reduce congestion, Perciak says. "The new system will anticipate where traffic is flowing," he says. "It will be a major improvement in keeping traffic moving."

Strongsvillle’s Freedom Trail, one of the largest veteran memorials in Ohio (left); and the new playground at Surrarrer Park, at the corner of Webster and Whitney roads.

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Strongsville Leads the way in Workforce Development By Ken McEntee

With a strong economy and a national unemployment

rate at its lowest mark since the 1960s, finding workers is the most daunting task for many businesses today. That's why Strongsville's Economic Development Department is stepping up to help local businesses find workforce solutions, Economic Development Director Brent Painter said.

Working with the Ohio Economic Development Association (OEDA) and the Ohio Economic Development Institute (OEDI), Painter has created a Workforce Assistance Resource Guide. Available on the department's website (strongsville.org/ departments/economic-development), the guide provides links to organizations that offer workforce-related assistance and resources at the local, regional and state levels. "Workforce is the top issue in economic development whether it is attracting new businesses or retention of existing businesses," Painter said. "Workforce is a concern across the board - manufacturing and retail. It's not a Strongsville or even an Ohio issue. It is a national concern, and the more we can help our local businesses deal with it, the more successful they can be. The purpose of the Workforce Assistance Resource Guide is to help connect Strongsville businesses with the educational and workforce development resources that are available to them." The unique project was instrumental in Painter being certified by the National Development Council as one of only seven Ohio Certified Economic Development (OhioCED) professionals in the state. Along with his NDC certification, Painter also received a certification as an Economic Development Finance Professional from OEDA in 2018. The guide identifies programs that provide training in general as well as industry-specific skills through programs like adult education and training, apprenticeships and customized industry training. It also identifies programs that help with hiring assistance.

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"Workforce development can be complicated, especially for small businesses that don't have their own human resources specialists," Painter said. "There are a lot of entities involved and it can be paralyzing to figure out where to start looking for help. I think this guide is very valuable in putting people on the right track. Through years of active partnerships, my office has developed strong relationships with the organizations mentioned in the guide and we hope we can utilize those relationships for the advantage of our local businesses." Among the programs listed in the guide are Ohio's apprentice program for industry specific training, a state tax incentive program for hiring disadvantaged workers, educational institutions like Cuyahoga Community College and Polaris Career Center and the Manufacturing Advocacy &

Growth Network (MAGNET), a non-profit manufacturing advocacy group. A case study in the guide reveals how MAGNET worked with Vitamix Corp. to create 200 jobs and save $500,000. Painter said OEDA is now using the guide as a model to demonstrate ways a community can get more involved with assisting its local businesses. "Some of the programs listed in the guide are taxpayer funded, so we may as well use the resources we paid for," Painter said. "A lot of businesses have no idea that some of these programs are available." The city's 2016 Business Retention Survey revealed the need for a better skilled and more reliable workforce, Painter said. "Manufacturing workers are the hardest to find right now,” he said. "A large portion of the workforce is retiring and a lot of the younger people are going to college and looking for office positions. But with the latest advancements in automation, robotics and other technology, there are some very exciting career opportunities in manufacturing today."

Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Program, www.tri-c.edu/workforce. Photos courtesy Tri-C

City of Strongsville Financials General Fund Revenues 2017

Income Taxes..................................... $31,220,992...........................84.300% Property Taxes......................................... $473,537.............................1.300% Hotel/Motel.............................................. $180,210.............................0.500% Intergovernmental................................... $679,615.............................1.800% Charges for Services............................ $1,370,782.............................3.700% Fines, Licenses and Permits................ $1,901,390.............................5.100% Investment Earnings................................ $398,342.............................1.100% Miscellaneous.......................................... $826,213.............................2.200% Totals

Strongsville Schools 59.24%

$37,051,081 100.000% Library 3.33%

Cuyahoga Cty. 27.79%

City 9.64%

A homeowner in Strongsville will pay 2.32% of market value of their home in property taxes. For example, taxes for a $100,000 house in Strongsville: $100,000 x 2.32% = $2,320 annual property taxes. Comparative Property Tax Rates (Tax Year 2017, Collection 2018)

As you can see from the figure above, only a small portion of the property taxes a citizen pays actually supports the City. The majority of the property tax revenues supports the Strongsville City School District, followed by support for County functions. The percentages calculated were based on the effective residential rates.

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Chamber of Commerce

Taking Care of Business The Strongsville Chamber of Commerce, established

in 1941 and one of the largest Chambers in the State of Ohio, continues to provide its members opportunities vital to their success and be part of the framework of the community as it continues to grow. The Chamber offers a convenient way to meet new people, locate business opportunities, and access a vast array of information. The Chamber's signature events are the Holiday Scholarship Dance and the annual Homecoming Festival. This past spring the Chamber funded scholarships for 24 students. For the past several years, the Chamber has contributed the highest number of scholarships, with the highest dollar value, of any local organization. A donation was also made to the Sts. Joseph and John Schools Media Center. The Strongsville Homecoming Festival benefits numerous Strongsville organizations and community events, such as the Achievement Centers for Children – Camp Cheerful, Fall Festival, Arts in Strongsville, Community Band, Ehrnfelt Recreation Center programs, Excellence in Athletics Turf field project, Rotary Club, Historical Society, Strongsville Education Foundation, Strongsville’s July 4th fireworks display, Winter Wonderland, the building of the Strongsville Food Bank and many

more. Mark your calendars, the 2019 Homecoming Festival will be July 17-20, 2019! All members of the Chamber receive emails and newsletters as well as a listing in our web membership directory, and when contacted about company services, we only refer members. Membership benefits include networking opportunities such as monthly luncheon meetings, Business After Hours events, Business Expo, and much more. The Chamber also provides opportunities for members to send email blasts, post job openings and special events on the Chamber website. Group discounts for health insurance and Workers Compensation are available through NOACC (Northern Ohio Chamber of Commerce). For more information or to join the chamber, call 440-238-3366 or visit www.strongsvillechamber.com.

Amy Ferree, Executive Director, Strongsville Chamber of Commerce

Strongsville Chamber of Commerce 2018 Scholarship Recipients and Students Entering the Military Front Row: Kate Arslanian, Isabelle Micko, Alyssa Strebelow, Maria Ong, Joanne Munshower, Stephanie Jacomin, Emily Skrant, Olivia Colabianchi, Drew Dzurko, Stevie McKinney, Julia Fine, Rylie Phillips, Lily Sweeterman. Back Row: Sophia Banez, Madeline Skupnik, Julia Ostrowski, Suraj Srinivasan, Bryan Dunbrack, Satya Nayagam, Jake Whitecar, Mitchell Midea, Alex Lynch, Thomas Bruno, Hanna Schmidt, Rosemary Zaleski, Richard D. Baldin (Strongsville Chamber of Commerce President), Amy Ferree (Strongsville Chamber of Commerce Executive Director), Gregg Finkler (Strongsville Chamber of Commerce Scholarship Dance Chairman).

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Education

Dear Parents and Community Members:

Strongsville High School’s show choir, Mustang Express.

It is my honor and privilege to serve as Strongsville City Schools’ Superintendent. Our District serves nearly 5,500 students and is comprised of one preschool, five elementary schools (grades K-5), one middle school (grades 6-8) and one high school (grades 9-12). We continue to implement our comprehensive vision and strategic plan for the District: Strong Schools 2020. Through this plan, and our goals of academic achievement & growth, financial prudence, and community engagement, we are building a District of excellence and innovation and will continue our drive in becoming a premier District in the region and state. These goals help to guide our work and ensures that we are preparing our students for the many paths they will follow

after graduation. Whether it is continuing their education in a college/university setting, beginning their journey in a career, or serving in a branch of our military, students are developing the skills necessary to be successful and meaningful contributors to society. Twenty-seven Advanced Placement courses, sixteen honors courses, and eleven Industrial Technology courses are just a few of the choices students have in our curriculum offerings. Remaining fiscally responsible with the funding and resources entrusted to us is of the highest importance to us.

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Rigorous, Diverse, Student Focused Programs

 Nearly 5,500 students participate in an exciting classroom

atmosphere supported by an accredited, comprehensive curriculum, diverse student activities and clubs, engaging teachers, and committed support staff  Award winning instructional, instrumental, and vocal programs  A comprehensive high school curriculum, including twenty-seven (27) Advanced Placement course offerings and sixteen (16) Honors Courses  92% of students complete a college core curriculum  College admission test scores above state and national average  Eight (8) National Merit Scholarship Finalists and four (4) National Merit Commended Students for the 2017-18 school year  Athletics: State and Regional championships in boys’ and girls’ sports

The School Community Connection  Over 79% of faculty have earned a Master’s Degree  Nationally Board Certified and state designated Master Teachers

on staff  Supportive and involved residents and business community  Multi-faceted community engagement programs  Online access to student progress and performance reporting

Facilities  Safe and well-maintained facilities and grounds include one (1) preschool, five (5) neighborhood elementary schools (grades K-5), one (1) middle school (grades 6-8), and one (1) high school (grades 9-12) with planetarium  New Strongsville Middle School opened August 2016

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With significant decreases in State funding, it has become even more paramount to create additional efficiencies to maximize funding received. The efforts of our Treasurer’s office has not gone unnoticed – they have received the Association of School Business Officials International Meritorious Budget Award in back-to-back years, recognizing excellence in preparation and presentation of our District’s budget. Without our community’s support, Strongsville Schools would not be where it is today. We have extremely engaged parents, who collaborate with our teachers to support students. Our PTA Council continues to be intimately involved through fundraisers, volunteer hours, and financial grants. Our local civic organizations and business community

are also great advocates and partners, as we continue to develop additional ways for organizations to participate in the growth and development of our students. Our goal at Strongsville City Schools is to build and strengthen a collaborative atmosphere, dedicated to always working in the best interest of our students. We need you as a partner for our District to continue reaching our shared goal of excellence for our students and community. Whether it is attending an athletics event, enjoying a concert by our talented musicians, or volunteering in our classrooms, we appreciate the important connections being made between our schools, students, teachers, staff, and our overall community. I look forward to working with our parents and community in the coming year. If I can be of any assistance, please contact me at 440-572-7010 or cryba@scsmustangs.org or visit our website (www.strongnet.org) for additional information about our District. Go Mustangs!

Strongsville High School’s Airforce Junior ROTC.

School Facts

Dr. Cameron M. Ryba Superintendent Strongsville City Schools

 Completion of Strongsville High School renovation (January, 2017)  Completion of preschool renovation as well as critical repairs and

upgrades to elementary buildings  Contemporary athletic facilities including synthetic turf fields at middle school and high school  Up-to-date technology providing secure wireless access to school and student devices, interactive whiteboards in classrooms, 4,650 Chromebooks for student use and continuous professional development on the integration of technology into our learning environment  Increasing efficiencies by eliminating six (6) buildings and repurposing of one (1) building to save resources and maximize educational offerings

Finances  School district is the largest employer in the City of Strongsville  $81 million bond issue passed November 2012 for construction/

renovation projects (new middle school / renovations to high school and preschool)  Nationally recognized financial reporting for two straight years (FY16 & FY 17):  Recipient of the Association of School Business Officials International (ASBO) Meritorious Budget Award for budget presentation  Recipient of the Association of School Business Officials International (ASBO) Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting for the District's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)  Recipient of the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for the District's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) www.Strongsville.org

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Education

Western Campus Growth Ushers in New Era for Tri-C Cuyahoga Community College began

construction of new STEM center in January at its Western Campus in Parma. The project is one of three expansion projects the College has undertaken at Western Campus following voters’ approval in 2017 of a 0.5-mill bond issue. The 60,000-square-foot STEM building will house lab and classroom space for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) courses vital to the jobs of tomorrow. The new space will foster innovative and collaborative

learning opportunities to expand educational experiences. In addition to the new STEM center, Western Campus also recently began expansions of the KeyBank Public Safety Training Center and Advanced Automotive Technology Center. The 13,300-square-foot expansion of the Auto Tech center will add lab space with 10 automobile lifts, offering more opportunity for hands-on training. The space will also include additional classrooms, a conference room and a student lounge. The KeyBank Public Safety Training Center will soon include a Simulation Village as part of an expansion project there. A streetscape with buildings representing commercial and residential spaces will serve as its center. The mock town will allow for training drills that more closely reflect real-life settings faced by police, firefighters and rescue workers. All projects are expected to be completed in 2019.

State-of-the-art Technology, Programs and Resources available at the Library If you haven’t visited your Strongsville Branch Library recently,

we invite you to stop in and see our new look. You’ll discover many upgrades that benefit our community including audio and video recording studios, meeting rooms with state-of-the-art technology and new entrance doors. We’ve also added six study rooms including one with Skype capability. Cuyahoga County Public Library is one of the best in the country and, thanks to the support of our residents, tops the nation's list of five-star libraries. Come in and browse our collection of materials in all formats or attend a great program. You may discover a Prime Pick book that

Join the friends of the Strongsville Branch Library Stop in and pick up an application today!

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you just heard about and can't wait to read. These titles are ones that don't take reserves, so you just may find the latest and greatest on our shelf when you visit. We have specialized services for teens and children. Pick up a brochure with our system-wide offerings. Use our database resources, get career guidance, apply for a passport or explore our Toy Library. We are now 24/7/365 anywhere, so you can take the library wherever you go. Get our free LIBBY app to stream and download books, magazines, movies, music and audiobooks. Looking to volunteer? Join our Friends of the Library who support branch activities through book sales, dues and donations. While you're here, purchase a bag of Library Lovers’ Brew. The Friends partnered with local roaster, Red Cedar Coffee creating a novel fundraiser that pairs our good books with a delicious java treat. It's the perfect gift for yourself or a friend.

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18700 Westwood Drive / 440.238.5530 You can find daily deals in our ongoing sale area. Visit cuyahogalibrary.org.

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Education professors to get a feel for what their future will look like. Barnett recommends visiting three to five schools.

Finding the Right College

Set Expectations and Communicate Openly The most pressing issue in most households will be the cost of college. Parents should discuss what they can and cannot provide when their child goes off to school.

5 Polaris Tips for Parents and Students

Adjust as Necessary

Ned Barnett, a Polaris Career Center guidance counselor, has learned one thing is certain when it comes to finding the right college: there is no place for one-stop shopping to get all the answers. Barnett, however, does have a broad outline of how parents and their children can help narrow the search. Families will need to tailor it to their individual situations and then work together to help identify the ideal spot for their future college student.

Consider Community College

Here is what Barnett recommends: Start Early Ideally, the college planning process can begin early with 7th and 8th graders starting to determine what they are passionate about and how that can lead to a potential profession.

Visit Students and their parents need to see the campus and the community. They should schedule tours and meet students, staff and

Have checkpoints along the way. A student’s interests may change, and that may require looking at a different program and/or school.

Community colleges have excellent programs that can knock out the introductory and pre-requisite classes at one-third the cost. Many have direct transfer plans into four-year colleges. Polaris provides an easy pathway to college. Eighteen career-technical programs provide access to college credits. In addition, nearly 70 percent of Polaris students move on to higher education after graduating from high school. For more information, visit polaris.edu, call 440-891-7600 or email nbarnett@polaris.edu.

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Profiling some of Strongsville’s most recognizable faces.

First Row (seated, left to right): Dr. Patrick McCluskey, Owner, Timber Ridge Neck & Back Pain Clinic; Donna Casey, Director of Marketing, Altenheim Senior Living; Brian Toma, CFP, AIF, Freeman Heyne Toma Financial Advisors; Amy Feree, Executive Director, Strongsville Chamber of Commerce; Daniel Sommers, Strongsville Manager, PSE Credit Union; Linda & Jay Nabors, Owners, Nabors & Nabors Ltd. Second Row: Dr. William Aerni, William Aerni DDS; Tina Grant, Coach & Manager, Howard Hanna; Kyle Peterson, General Manager, Shinto Japanese Steakhouse; Dane Donaldson, Agent Owner, State Farm Insurance; Thomas P. Perciak, Mayor, City of Strongsville; Nancy and Greg Filo, Owners, Gregory Filo Jewelry Design; Carrie Hoffman, Physical Therapist, Southwest General Health Center; Roni Bell, Owner, HealthMarkets. Third Row: John Zahrte, Pastor, Royal Redeemer Lutheran Church; Cortney Kalfas, Vice President, R.A. Kalfas Construction; Joe Akosi, Principal, Sts. Joseph & John School; Cameron Ryba, Superintendent, Strongsville City Schools; Jim Gesler, Owner, Gesler Insurance Agency; Mary Siskovic, Owner, Today’s Headlines Salon; Janice Taylor Heard, Dean of Academic Affairs, Cuyahoga Community College; Mark and Jana Florek, Owners, Budget Blinds; Matt Croft, Owner, Strongsville Mini Storage. Missing from Photo: Fred LoSchiavo, Owner, Antonio’s Pizza. Photo Location: Altenheim Therapy Rehab Center. Photographer: Andrea Bartel, Beverly David Photography.

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AERNI DENTAL NOT YOUR AVERAGE DENTAL TEAM

High Quality General Dentistry, Implants, Orthodontics and State-of-the-Art Technology – Right Here in Strongsville Not all dentists and dental offices are created equal. Even though a dental office can be found on almost every corner, exceptional practices are diamonds in the rough. And yes, Aerni Dental is one of those extraordinary diamonds. Practicing for over 30 years, Dr. William Aerni is a general dentist who also performs dental implants and orthodontics. He’s an out-of-the-ordinary type of Always a great experience at dentist who takes the time Aerni Dental. Jenny is a terrific to listen to his patients and is hygienist. Dr. Aerni always never in a hurry. spends as much time with me as I need. And, he is always focused

A graduate from Case on providing the best possible Western Reserve University care for me. I really trust Dr. Aerni and his team.” – Paul M. School of Dental Medicine, Dr. Aerni earned the distinguished Robert James Award in recognition of his dedication to the pursuit of excellence in general dentistry and implantology. To this day, his mission is to provide the Gold Standard of Care to each patient and to leave them feeling happier, healthier, and more confident. To keep Dr. Aerni and his staff have himself and his team at the always provided me with the best top of their game, they pursue care and are helpful in answering countless hours of continuing any of my concerns. Even when I had an implant several years education–far more than is ago (my one and only), the entire required. procedure was far easier than I had anticipated. In addition, I have received education from both Dr. Aerni and Jenny on how to care for my teeth that has really helped keep the number of visits down to twice a year.” – Thomas N.

To achieve the Gold Standard of Care for each patient, Dr. Aerni designed a world-class facility with state-of-the-art equipment so patients could have all their needs met in one location. He chose to build his practice overlooking the Metroparks because he wanted to allow his patients to enjoy the calming beauty of nature while receiving the best dental care available. Dr. Aerni not only has his office in Strongsville, but he and his wife raised their five children in Strongsville too. As a family man, he understands the challenges and pressures families are under. It’s one of the reasons why he is passionate about Tip Edge

William M. Aerni, DDS orthodontics. He believes it’s the most comfortable, quickest, and most cost effective way to achieve that Root canal. No problem! beautiful smile for a lifetime.

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thought I would be in pain, While dental implants may but Dr. Aerni made sure that seem like something new his team and state-of-the-art to most people, it’s a very protocols and procedures made common procedure at Aerni this a good experience. I am waiting for my crown next, but Dental. Dr. Aerni has been if it’s even close to the root placing dental implants for canal’s ease, I look forward to it. over 27 years – experience Popular dentist, but I absolutely you won’t find at most see why!” – Matthew F. general dentist practices. He became a highly skilled implant surgeon by learning from the pioneers in the industry. Names you have probably never heard of, but dentists who are part of the “who’s who” in dental implants. Dr. Aerni and all of his staff are so friendly and thorough. They always provide in-depth advice for what steps I should take to ensure complete care of my teeth. I always feel welcomed and cared for at my appointment. I have brought my two sons here their whole lives, and now that they are adults, this is where they will go. I have complete confidence in Aerni Dental and would recommend them for anyone for their orthodontic and dental needs.” – Kat S.

When he’s not with patients at his dental office, Dr. Aerni can be found teaching dental implant surgery to dentists at the Midwest Implant Institute (MII), the very same place he began his implantology studies. He also enjoys outdoor activities and making memories with his family. When I go to Dr. Aerni, he only does the dental work that has to be done. He doesn’t do unnecessary dental work. I had to have a crown put in and he did a beautiful job. The crown fit perfectly and gave me no trouble at all. I love my crown, I can’t even tell that it’s there. The staff that works with him are very nice, helpful, and accommodating to your needs.” – Janice T.

Call 440-683-6833 today to schedule an appointment for your NEW SMILE! 11177 Pearl Road, Strongsville | aernidental.com | SECOND OPINIONS WELCOME!

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Gesler Insurance Agency BEING INSURED WITH THE BEST HAS ITS ADVANTAGES

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ave you ever wondered what it means when you hear “independent agent?” An independent agent is an insurance agent licensed to do business with several insurance carriers. In comparison, when you are looking for plane tickets, do you go to each individual airline, or to a company like Expedia that can look at several carriers at once? Of course, it is wise to get as many options as are available in the easiest way possible. Gesler Insurance Agency is an independent agency who will check pricing and coverage with a number of exceptional companies to ensure you get the strongest protection at the most affordable rates. They proudly represent Westfield, Auto-Owners, Ohio Mutual, Travelers, The Hartford, Safeco, and many other top companies. Gesler Insurance Agency is proud to have been in business for over 22 years in Strongsville and is growing at a rapid pace, recently expanding to include an office in Akron. Gesler’s knowledge, experience and excellent customer service has made them an

agency that thousands of people count on for all their insurance needs. In addition to home, auto, business and life, the agency also employs a health insurance specialist who is an excellent source of information and has extensive product knowledge on Medicare supplements, long term care and other health related products. Your life isn’t one dimensional - choose an insurance agent that can help with ALL your insurance needs!

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For more information, visit geslerinsurance.com. Jim Gesler, Owner

Gesler Insurance Agency - Call or go online to request a quote! 440-846-5511 • www.geslerinsurance.com

Budget Blinds STYLe & SeRVICe foR eVeRY budgeT

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t Budget Blinds of Strongsville, you will find more than great window coverings. If you’re shopping for a single window treatment, redecorating your entire house, or seeking the solution to a complex design challenge, you’ll find that Jana and Mark Florek and their staff are great to work with and they have the knowledge and expertise to help you put it all together. As a locally owned family business since 2004, the Floreks take a long-term commitment to their customers seriously. They are proud to be part of Budget Blinds, the largest window covering franchise in the country, offering quality products with industry leading warranties. Window treatments are so much more than sun protection or a simple tool for privacy. Well-designed window coverings enhance and complement your home décor. Budget Blinds fashion-forward styles and window treatment options fit any budget. They create a soothing atmosphere, raise ceilings, change the shape of a room, hide shortcomings and make a statement. Also, imagine a world where window treatments anticipate your needs and adjust themselves automatically,

creating your room’s perfect ambiance morning, noon and night. Control your shades effortlessly from remote control, voice control, from home or from anywhere in the world. From the initial free inhome consultation to expert measuring and installation, the team at Budget Blinds is here for you through the complete process. Visit the showroom or call Jana and Mark at Budget Blinds of Strongsville. They bring expert design and tailored service to your doorstep. Jana & Mark Florek, Owners

For all your window treatment needs, visit Budget Blinds at 14761 Pearl Rd. in Strongsville 440-572-2480 • www.budgetblinds.com/strongsville www.Strongsville.org

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reeman Heyne Toma – Financial Advisors is a full service advisory firm with offices in Strongsville and Cincinnati. Led by Managing Partner, Brian Toma, Freeman Heyne Toma helps individuals and small businesses plan for their financial future using a goal based approach to asset management. With six Financial Advisors and six Client Relationship Managers on staff, FHT Advisors is built to deliver a top notch customer experience. “Our clients come from all walks of life and the experience of our advisors and our client service team places us in an ideal position to help meet our clients needs. When you choose to work with us, you benefit from obtaining comprehensive advice from a team of highly qualified and credentialed professionals who have successfully managed money through some of the most difficult times in history. As a team, we have over 100 years of combined asset management experience,” says Brian Toma. So what makes FHT Advisors different from other financial planning firms? Bear Rupert, Financial Advisor at FHT Advisors says, “It’s all about the client relationship and doing what’s right.

We love getting to know our clients and we do not take lightly the trust our clients put in us. When we meet with our clients, we dig deep to determine what their goals are which allows us to provide them with customized investment strategies to work specifically toward those goals. More importantly, we help our clients think for the long term and discuss the “what if’s” in life that may need attention during the planning process. Preparing our clients for their financial future comes down to so much more than just dollars and cents and that’s where I feel that we are really able to bring value to our client relationships.” (Left to right): Bear Rupert, CWS®, AIF® Financial Advisor; Brian Toma, CFP®, AIF® Managing Partner; Tom Dragar, CFP®, AIF® Sr. Client Relationship Mgr.

Call 440-879-2912 for a Free Consultation • www.fhtadvisors.com • Located at 18400 Pearl Rd., Ste. B in Strongsville Securities and advisory services offered through Cetera Advisors, LLC, Member FINRA/SIPC. Freeman Heyne Toma LLC and Cetera Advisors LLC are non affiliated companies.

R.A. Kalfas Construction WE BUILD AMERICAN DREAMS... AND WE CAN IMPROVE YOURS!

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hange is inevitable. When it comes to home remodeling, changes can give your home a new look and feel or it can help to maintain or increase its value. Changes can be as simple as the painting of a room or as drastic as an addition. Whatever changes you are looking to make, R.A. Kalfas Construction can help! They provide an extensive range of home improvement solutions including kitchen, bath and basement remodeling, roofing, painting, window installations, closet organization, and more. Family owned and operated, Bob Kalfas, alongside his daughter Cortney and son-in-law Chris, want to not only help you maintain your home’s value, but also help make your home remodeling dreams become a reality. A recognized and trusted name throughout the Cleveland area for more than 35 years, R.A. Kalfas Construction is a full-service remodeler who offers architectural services as well as interior/exterior design services. When it comes to decisions that will best fit your needs, the needs of your family and the desired look and feel you want for your home, their knowledgeable designers, sales and office staff will help to guide you every step of the way.

Proud and good standing members of the Cleveland Better Business Bureau, N.A.R.I., the H.B.A. and the Strongsville Chamber of Commerce, R.A. Kalfas continues to strive to be the best remodeler in the Cleveland area. Second generation family member’s Cortney and Chris are helping to make changes and improvements to the company, but still follow in Bob’s footsteps. Their commitment and dedication to each project and unsurpassed craftsmanship are just a few of the core values that will never change at R.A. Kalfas Construction.

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Cortney Kalfas, Vice President

R.A. Kalfas Construction,12001 Prospect Rd., Suite A-1, Strongsville 440-238-5498 • www.rakalfas.com

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

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hinto isn’t just about the food. It’s also about the experience, says GM Brittany Swan. The beauty of the décor, the up-tempo music and the warmth and welcoming friendliness of the staff and customers adds to the tantalizing taste on your tongue, appealing to your every sense. “You feel the energy when you enter,” Brittany says. “Most customers come here to celebrate and enjoy an evening out, beginning with a great cocktail, a delicious dinner and then relaxation out on the patio.” Shinto, a Strongsville favorite since opening on 2004, offers a contemporary atmosphere that features the best in sushi and Japanese cuisine prepared hibachi style by entertaining tableside chefs. The spacious environment is inviting for people of all ages. Unique full-service, in-home or office catering is also offered for events of any size. From simple food and sushi trays to hibachi and sushi rolling, as well as the unique Shinto experience delivered right to your door with their portable hibachi grill and full sushi set-up! In-home sushi rolling classes for parties are also available.

Shinto also offers the Ninja Dining Club, where membership has its rewards. Their “guest first” mentality offers members unlimited hibachi grill seating, priority seating and VIP invites to annual parties and monthly events as well as dining incentives and “front of the line” access over other walk-in guests. More details of membership are available on their website at www.shintoexperience.com. While at Shinto, be sure to enjoy a signature martini or a Sake Bomb. “A restaurant itself is just tables and chairs,” Brittany says. “The people and the atmosphere are what makes it special.” Brittany Swan, General Manager

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

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

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

Sandy Croft, Owner & Matt Croft, Facility Manager

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

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oward Hanna has a long-standing tradition of excellence serving clients in the Strongsville community. With 69 agents, many of them residents, Howard Hanna understands what it means to be part of a community. And as the number one real estate company in Strongsville, they have a history here. Strongsville is a wonderful place to live, and the Howard Hanna team can convey that message to people looking for their forever home! Many buyers, including relocation buyers, love the accessibility to highways, airports and downtown as well as the opportunity to be part of a community with modern amenities and services that still maintains a warm, “hometown” feeling! Your The agents of Howard Hanna have sold more than 370 homes here in the last Photo from 12 months. cover photo LOOKING TO START A NEW CAREER? If shoot goes you have ever thought about a great here career that lets you control your own income, call Tina today to see how to become part of her prestigious team of Tina Grant, Office Manager agents!

n 1967, Fred’s father, Tony LoSchiavo, founded Antonio’s Pizza in Parma so that he could share his family’s favorite recipes with neighbors and friends in the community. In 2005, Fred decided to expand that legacy by forming LoSchiavo Restaurant Group with his two sons and co-owners, Vince and Anthony. With over 50 years in business, they’ve grown to 15 Antonio’s locations throughout Greater Cleveland, plus a sister restaurant, Tony Maloney’s Pub & Pizza, that was added in 2008. Their mission is “to deliver exceptional restaurant experiences by building an organization where people are inspired to better their lives.” The LoSchiavos are excited to have gained more friends and neighbors over the years who have fallen in love with their original Italianstyle pizza, and many of Your their other classic Italian dishes, including their new Photo from Sicilian Square Pizza. cover photo Fred is grateful and puts it shoot goes simply, “our customers and here employees are the reason we have become the great American success story Vincent, Fred and Anthony LoSchiavo, Co-owners that we are today.”

Howard Hanna’s Strongsville office is located at 12333 Pearl Rd. Call 440-238-1400 or visit www.howardhanna.com

Take out, delivery & online ordering available at Antonio’s Strongsville location at 14232 Pearl Rd. • 440-878-1111 • www.antoniospizza.net

Imhoff Strives to Match Educational Resources with Community Needs

PSE Credit Union cuyahoga & medina county’s family bank

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onna Imhoff, Ph.D., joined Cuyahoga Community College as president of the Western Campus and Brunswick University Center in February 2016.

Before coming to Tri-C, Imhoff was campus president of Community College of Allegheny County in Pittsburgh for eight years. During her 30-year career at CCAC, she worked 22 years as a psychology faculty member. Her education includes a doctorate in social and comparative analysis education and master’s certificate in women’s studies from the University of Pittsburgh; master’s Your degree in school psychology from Photo from Duquesne University; and bachelor’s degree in rehabilitation education cover photo from Penn State University. shoot goes Imhoff works with area leaders, business owners and community organizations to match higher educational resources with community and business needs.

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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 and more.

PSE Credit Union, conveniently located at 12700 Prospect Road in Strongsville, offers all the same services as a bank “but with lower loan rates, higher savings interest rates and lower fees,” says Branch Manager Daniel Sommers. This family-oriented institution now includes over 20,000 members throughout Cuyahoga and Medina Counties and makes educating kids about finances a core part of Your 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 Sommers.

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Daniel Sommers, Branch Manager

Once you try PSE Credit Union, you’ll never go back to a bank. 12700 Prospect Rd. . 440-572-3830 . www.psecreditunion.org


Greg and Nancy Filo

GREGORY FILO JEWELRY DESIGN When Ordinary Just Won’t Do...

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

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

Nabors & Nabors Ltd. A PERSONAL APPROACH TO CLIENT NEEDS

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

“There is no charge for an initial consultation to define the needed estate planning documents or to determine if the estate planning documents that are in place are still valid,” states Jay and Linda. Clients realize rather quickly that the attorneys and staff at Nabors & Nabors Ltd. care about them and their legal needs. Services are provided in the areas of probate, Your trust administration, preparation of Photo from estate planning documents such as cover photo wills, trusts, powers of attorney and health care directives, real estate shoot goes transactions, and more. House calls here and evening appointments are available upon request. Linda & Jay Nabors, Owners Nabors & Nabors Ltd. is located at 11221 Pearl Rd., call 440-846-0000, ext.227 for an appointment or visit www.Nabors-Law.com

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

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f you have a family or are a senior citizen, Dane Donaldson’s State Farm office may be the perfect fit for you! Dane’s past 16 years with State Farm has taught him to serve these two key groups as they have the most insurance needs. Dane’s office is made up of seven full-time, fully-licensed and trained professionals with a combined 50 years of in depth insurance experience. This is just one of the many reasons why more than 3,100 families in NE Ohio trust them to be their agency of choice.

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Do you need coverage for home, auto, life, health, or your business? Stop in at 17026 Pearl Road in Strongsville, call them at 440-268-0600, view their website at www.danedonaldson.com or send an email to dane@sf007.net, You’ll be glad you did!

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

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ltenheim Senior Living in Strongsville is a not-forprofit life plan community, offering a full continuum of care in senior and assisted living, memory assisted living, skilled nursing, in and out patient therapy, long term care, memory care, home health care and private duty. Based on 2018 survey ranking reports for Ohio skilled nursing facilities, provided by the Ohio Health Care Association (OHCA), Altenheim ranks in the top tier of skilled nursing communities in the State of Ohio. “This ranking reflects the dedication and unwavering compassion our staff has for our residents,” states Paul Psota, CEO. “Our board of directors would like to extend a sincere thank you to the staff for their commitment to excellence.” In 2018, Altenheim opened the Shurmer Place Memory Assisted Living residence with 38 private suites and Altenheim Therapy Rehab Center with 32 private rooms and state-of-the-art physical, speech, occupational and aqua therapies.

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GREATER CLEVELAND’S THERAPY AND REHABILITATION SERVICES

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re you or a loved one dealing with an injury, chronic pain or in need of rehabilitation after surgery? Southwest General’s Therapy Services Department offers a full range of exceptional services to restore physical functioning and enhance well-being so patients can enjoy a better quality of life. Located at Southwest General’s Strongsville Medical Center, Carrie Hoffman, a licensed physical therapist, treats a wide array of orthopedic as well as chronic pain patients. Her specialty is Visceral Manipulation. Carrie has experience working with various professional athletes, has a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training and Kinesiology, as well as a Master’s degree in Exercise Science. She looks forward to creating an individualized treatment plan to best suit the specific needs of each patient. Southwest General offers Therapy Services in Strongsville, Brunswick and Your North Royalton as well as at Lifeworks Photo from of Southwest General in Middleburg cover photo Heights. Carrie, as well as all the Southwest General therapists, welcomes shoot goes new patients. here Please call 440-816-4920 to schedule an appointment or to learn more about our services and convenient locations. Carrie Hoffman, Licensed

Pastor John Zahrte ROYAL REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH AND SCHOOL

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oyal Redeemer is a great place to meet new friends, find needed encouragement and discover God’s plan for you.

Here you can be yourself, get involved, and regularly discover truths that can change you individually as well as enrich your life with the truth of God’s Word. At Royal Redeemer, you will find friendly people, an encouraging message, worship styles to fit different tastes, and great programs for everyone in the family. Royal Redeemer is a church that is all about building relationships, raising Your strong families and staying connected Photo from to the community through the love God offers all people in Jesus Christ. cover photo Come and check out Royal Redeemer for yourself. You will be glad you did!

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Physical Therapist

Strongsville Medical Center • 18181 Pearl Road, Strongsville OH 44136

11680 Royalton Road, North Royalton 440-237-7958 • www.royred.org

Roni Bell, HealthMarkets Insurance Agency CHOICE, CONVENIENCE, COUNSEL!

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rying to find an insurance policy on your own? Don’t do it! Roni Bell, licensed insurance agent for HealthMarkets Insurance Agency since 1999, has heard it all – the frustration and confusion – and is here to help. “Let me help find you the insurance plan that meets your needs. My goal is to have you enrolled in the appropriate coverage when you walk out my door.” Roni’s office is conveniently located at 1039 Pearl Road, and her services are provided free of cost. Whether looking for health, life, longterm care, short-term, dental, vision, Medicare and Medicare supplements, or Small Group insurance, Roni wants to be your trusted agent for life. Roni and her family - husband, Rick, and teenagers Grant and AnneMarie enjoy motorcycling (Roni has a trike), programs at Playhouse Square, traveling, volunteering and their Springer Spaniel, Cooper.

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Roni Bell, Owner, Licensed Insurance Agent

Roni’s HealthMarkets office is open Monday through Friday 9-5, with evening and weekend appointments available upon request. Let us do the hard work for you! 330-225-2550.

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ince 1950, Sts. Joseph and John School has delivered the highest standards in education, instilling children with Catholic values and a sense of service to the community. After 20 years, SJJ has a new face leading the charge. Principal Joseph M. Akosi is already having a major impact on the Blue Ribbon School of Excellence with the construction of a brand new Makerspace. The S.J.J. Viking Visionary Center is a place for K-8th grade students to design, invent, collaborate, connect, and have fun using the principles of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). SJJ is getting its students ready for 21st century jobs and 21st century learning, one day at a time. Some of the skills that are learned in a Makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modeling, coding, and robotics. Sts. Joseph and John School will apply for the Governor’s Thomas Edison Awards Your for Excellence in STEM Education and Photo from Student Research after the 2018-2019 cover photo school year and STEM Designation in shoot goes the near future. here For a personal tour of Sts. Joseph and John School, please call the front office at 440-238-4877. Joseph M. Akosi, Principal 12580 Pearl Road in Strongsville • 440-238-4877 • www.sjjschool.org Like them on Facebook - Sts. Joseph and John School


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Dr. McCluskey Celebrates 26 Years t’s hard to believe that it’s been 26 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 26th 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 2019, 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. Excludes additional treatment.

Today’s Headlines Salon WHEN YOU LOOK GREAT, YOU FEEL GREAT!

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ohesiveness,” Mary insists, ”is the hallmark of the customer experience at Today’s Headlines,” a top salon in Strongsville. “My highly-trained staff of professionals work together to exceed clients expectations. It’s all about YOU--the client-- each and every visit.” The friendly, relaxed atmosphere provides consistent results for clients, as well as balance of personal and professional life for employees. “Our team is confident you will leave the salon completely satisfied!” Customized Color and Hairworks are specialties at THS. The salon offers both traditional and organic color. “Thorough consultations ensure we choose the perfect products and Your techniques that fit your lifestyle. We Photo from prescribe the very best products and cover photo tools, then educate you on how to use shoot goes them to maintain your hair until your next visit.” here Mary, a color educator and creative stylist, is celebrating her 18th year as the owner of THS. Your hair is the outfit you wear every day. Invest in it! Mary Malloy Siskovic, Owner

Today’s Headlines Salon 18320 Royalton Road • 440-572-2414 • www.todaysheadlinessalon.vpweb.com

Classic and contemporary location portraits. Serving Medina, Southern Cuyahoga and Western Summit Counties.

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Get Moving

in Strongsville One daily habit can reduce your risk for

cancer, stave off weight gain and improve brain function – exercise. Attaining life-changing levels of movement in your day may be easier than you think, and not just because Strongsville has a bounty of parks, trails, ballfields, and an ample recreation center. Any amount of physical activity – even two minutes’ worth – counts toward recommended levels of fitness under federal guidelines updated in November 2018. Taking the stairs instead of an elevator, parking farther from your shopping destination and letting the dog walk you an extra block add up.

For adults, weekly guidelines call for 150 to 300 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise (you’re breathing hard but can still converse), or 75 to 150 minutes of vigorous-intensity activity (you can only say a few words before taking a breath). You should also include at least two days of musclestrengthening exercises. (Hey, it is STRONGsville.) Not exercising is hazardous to your health. A Cleveland Clinic study published in 2018 found that a sedentary lifestyle poses the same or higher health risks as diabetes, heart disease or smoking. Among the many benefits of

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sustained physical activity are a reduced risk of anxiety and depression, improved sleep and healthier bones. Better health can also help keep your medical costs in check, a priority we share at Medical Mutual. Many Strongsville residents are among our 1.4 million members who are covered by individual, group or Medicare health plans that often offer wellness and fitness options. One popular option is SilverSneakers®, which is offered at no additional charge in our Medicare Advantage plans. SilverSneakers members enjoy free access to participating gyms and fitness classes locally and nationwide. To check out any of our plans, go to medmutual.com or call (866) 488-3266. When you’re ready to get active, Strongsville has lots of choices. The city’s recreation and senior center at 18100 Royalton Road (440-580-3260) offers a vast array of classes, programs and activities. There are nine city parks and the one-mile Freedom Trail, which links the recreation center with the City Commons. The trail is dotted with gardens representing each war America has fought. To mix exercise and nature, check out the Mill Stream Run Reservation, which is part of the Cleveland Metroparks. Visitors can hike, fish and toboggan, and the Physical Fitness Trail offers 18 exercise stations. Wherever you go, just keep moving. Go to health.gov/moveyourway to learn more about the updated fitness guidelines and how to make exercise a habit. See Medical Mutual’s Ad on inside front cover. Sources: health.gov/paguidelines SilverSneakers is a registered trademark of Tivity Health, Inc.

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What is visceral manipulation? Developed by French osteopathic physician JeanPierre Barral, Visceral Manipulation (VM) is being taught across the world and helps to address the cause of chronic pain and not just treat the symptoms. VM is a gentle manual therapy that aids your body's ability to release restrictions and unhealthy compensations that cause pain or dysfunction. How does it work? Viscera is the term used to refer to the body's internal organs, such as the liver, kidneys, intestines, etc. When you are healthy, all of the body’s structures move with fluidity and in harmony. Organs, however, can lose mobility due to physical trauma, surgery, infection, diet, posture, pregnancy, and much more. When organ mobility is compromised, the body is forced to compensate. This creates abnormal points of tension, which then gives way to functional and structural problems throughout the body.

The treatment is a gentle compression, mobilization and elongation of the soft tissues. As the source of the problem is released, the symptoms will start to decrease. VM may help in the treatment of: • Sport injuries • Spinal dysfunction, lower back pain and sciatica • Headaches and migraines • Carpal tunnel and joint pain • Digestive disorders and acid reflux • Post-operative scar tissue pain • Swallowing dysfunctions • Chronic pelvic pain • Neck pain How many VM therapy sessions are recommended? Each person’s situation is different, so the number of treatments will vary. Some patients experience significant improvement in three to five visits, others may require more. You and your practitioner will develop a plan based on your needs and how your body responds to treatment. Organ dysfunction (i.e., constipation, incontinence, acid reflux) can be related to your back or neck pain. Call us to help. To find out more about the practice of Visceral Manipulation, call Southwest General Therapy Services in Strongsville at 440-816-4920.

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Senior Living

Welcome to the Ehrnfelt Senior Center Strongsville offers a

wide variety of programs and activities for adults 50 and older. Stop by the front desk, 18100 Royalton Rd., or call 440-580-3275 for information about joining the Senior Center. Hours of operation are M-Th 8am-9pm, F 8am-5pm. SENIOR CENTER Craft Room - volunteers get together and make a variety of crafts for the center and community. Wood Shop - The full-service wood shop is used by both wood workers and wood carvers who enjoy mastering their craft. Activity Room - many senior exercise classes take place at the center along with darts, billiards and table tennis. Art Studio - a variety of senior art classes are available, including painting and drawing. With the help of a grant and sponsorship, the Senior Center’s great room has gone through some significant updates. When you walk in the Senior Center front doors you are now greeted with brand new carpet, tables, chairs and furniture along with a welcoming new paint color. Our meeting room has also been freshened up and is available to rent for birthday parties, bridal showers, meetings and more. We welcome you to come over and check out all our updates!

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Strongsville’s seniors enjoy the Veterans Day Lunch at the Ehrnfelt Senior Center. Photos: The City of Strongsville

The Senior Center has exercise classes in functional training, rhythm and movement, yoga, line dancing and Qigong to name a few. Fun and fellowship programs include Cornhole, Wii bowling, Pickleball and cards. For the artistic senior, the woodshop offers all the tools for creative woodworking, and art classes teach proper techniques in painting and drawing. The Senior Center also provides wellness programs such as blood pressure checks, diabetes screenings and hearing aid services, as well as classes to help with memory, history and topics that will affect people later in life. There is a transportation program for seniors or those with disabilities. ADA accessible vans are used to take residents to doctor appointments, grocery shopping, hair appointments and trips to the senior center.

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FULL SERVICE KITCHEN Crossroads Café Breakfast served Monday - Thursday, 6:30am – 10:00am & Friday 8:00-10:00am Omelettes, French toast, pancakes, breakfast wraps, etc. Grab N Go lunch Monday - Friday, 11:00am – 1:00pm Homemade soup, sandwiches, salads, etc. Homemade Senior lunch is available Monday – Friday. Eat at the Senior Center or take home. For more information on the Senior Center and its programs, call 440-580-3275 or visit www.strongsville.org.


Homes & Real Estate

Staged For Success

Photos: Parkview Homes

By Tina Grant, Howard Hanna Strongsville

Staging your home gives you the opportunity to put your best foot forward, highlighting your home’s best features. Professional home staging services range in cost, starting around $550, but your Howard Hanna agent can give you the same type of advice as part of their one-stop shopping services! These minimal cost tips can increase the value of your home by ultimately adding to the selling price. When staging your home: • Shine with a bit of bling: Neutralize most walls with fresh paint and then add a touch of color to the room with a picture or a bit of seasonal decor for an engaging visual element. • De-clutter/de-personalize: You want buyers to see themselves in your home. Try your best to remove personal items from view. As a bonus, these items will already be packed up on moving day. • Clean, clean, clean! A clean home is much more appealing to buyers. Dust the light fixtures, vacuum the carpets, polish the hardwood floors and clean those countertops, putting all small appliances out of sight (except maybe the all-important coffee pot!)  Continued on page 38

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• Fancy up your kitchen with the addition of a new coat of neutral paint, new hand towels or pulls for your cabinetry. New sink faucets can also make a huge difference! • New ceiling fans and light fixtures can create ambiance inexpensively. You can even choose a chrome or nickel finish that will also add a bit of classy bling to your space. • Remove extra furniture that crowds a walk-through space or room. You want buyers and their agents to be able to move freely around rooms. Let them see the opportunities of each space! A poll by Maritz Research showed that “63 percent of buyers will pay more for a house that is move-in ready.” Another poll by AOL Money and Finance showed that 87 percent of buyers indicated that presentation makes a world of difference in most home sales.

Photo: Parkview Homes

So when you’re listing your home with Howard Hanna, discuss staging with your agent to learn the tips that will make your home stand out amongst the competition. Call the Strongsville Howard Hanna office at 440-238-1400 today to make an appointment with an agent who can help!

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Now’s the Time to Build your Dream Home the rise. Also, interest rates have risen slightly in recent months which has created urgency in buyers hoping to cash in before they raise any further. If you are waiting to buy your new home, making the purchase sooner than later will save you money as prices and rates continue to climb.

The outlook for new home construction in Northeast

Ohio as well as the entire country is projected to remain steady in 2019. Consumer confidence is high and Parkview has found customers are willing to spend a little more on a new home to get exactly what they want, instead of settling. Consumer trends for 2019 include: backyard living areas such as pavilions and pergolas with grilling islands; white kitchens are quite popular with stainless steel appliances; gray base colors allow consumers to use accent colors to show off their own sense of fashion; and wood-look ceramic tile is very trendy for both kitchens and bathrooms.

For more information on building your new home, contact Parkview Homes at 440-572-8647 or visit them in Strongsville at Siedels Landing Luxury-Limited Maintenance Villas, located just west of Prospect Road off Westwood Road at 22054 Olde Creek Trail - Strongsville. www.parkviewhomes.com

The housing industry has been hit with numerous trade/ vendor price increases over the past 2 years which continue to make new home prices increase. Lumber, drywall and concrete are just some of the housing products that are on

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Parks & Recreation

Enriching Lives through Exceptional Services and Activities The City of Strongsville’s Parks & Recreation Department has been very busy this

past year. The city opened a new playground at Surrarrer Park, in the northeast corner of the city. It includes a baseball field, tennis and basketball court, pavilion for rent, playground with slides, swings, climbing apparatus and adaptive equipment for children in wheelchairs.

The Ehrnfelt Recreation & Senior Center is continuing the

momentum with upgrades throughout the facility to make your recreation time more enjoyable. Recent building amenities include the following:

Indoor Aquatic Center

8 lane competition pool used by lap swimmers for exercise and two swim teams as their home pool 3 meter and 1 meter diving boards Activity pool Pirate ship for the kids to play on Water slide Zero depth entry 24-person hot tub Sauna Steam room

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Cardio exercise area - over 70 pieces of cardio equipment and a full line of Life Fitness selectorize strength training equipment Weight room has another line of Technogym selectorize strength training equipment and two full sets of dumbbells, free weights and benches Indoor track Spinning room for your indoor cycling Aerobics room Mind Body room for pilates and yoga Massage room

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Full Service Kitchen Serves breakfast M-Th 6:30am - 10:00am & F 8:00am – 10:00am Grab N Go lunch M-F 11:00am – 1:00pm Homemade Senior Lunch available M-F to enjoy at the Senior Center or take home

Programming

• Programming for ages newborn up to the oldest senior. • Music classes are held for newborns, a music specialist sings to them and their parents; preschool age classes such as Sporties for Shorties, Young Einsteins and Alphabet Antics; day camps are held during spring and winter breaks; five different camps held throughout the summer with daily activities and a field trip every week. • Sports programming for kids throughout the year, including basketball, volleyball and tennis clinics. Sports leagues include baseball, softball, basketball, volleyball and wrestling for age 5 through age 18.

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• Sports leagues for adults, including basketball, softball, volleyball and golf leagues; lessons for adults are table tennis, tennis and golf. • The Center cares about your health and offers over 100 different fitness classes per week ranging from CrossFit, Spinning, yoga, Pilates and numerous other group exercise classes. Group exercise classes focus on cardio, strength, flexibility and endurance. There are also certified personal trainers for the one-on-one experience. • Swim classes - group swim classes for 6 months to adults; private, one-on-one lessons with one of many certified Water Safety Instructors; endurance swim training and diving lessons; water classes include range of motion, shallow or deep-water exercise and Water Zumba; and Certified Lifeguard and Water Safety Instructor classes. The Rec Center also has a swim team that competes in the Strongsville Swim League during the summer. For more information on the Erhnfelt Recreation and Senior Center, call 440-580-3260 or visit www.strongsville.org.


Community Information

Important Phone Numbers City of Strongsville 16099 Foltz Pkwy. Strongsville, OH 44149 www.strongsville.org

Safety IN AN EMERGENCY, DIAL 9-1-1

City Departments Main Administration 440-580-3100 Animal Control Officer 440-580-3180 animal.control@strongsville.org

Building Department 440-580-3105 tony.biondillo@strongsville.org City Council Office 440-580-3112 Communications Center 440-580-3191 katie.grace@strongsville.org Economic Development 440-580-3118 brent.painter@strongsville.org Engineering Department 440-580-3120 chris.thompson@strongsville.org Finance Department 440-580-3125 Fire Dept., Non-emergency 440-580-3210 fire@strongsville.org Human Resources 440-580-3137 Law Department 440-580-3145 strongsville.law@strongsville.org

Residents enjoy the Homecoming Carousel.

Mayor's Court 440-580-3155 mayors.court@strongsville.org

Photo: Michaelangelo’s Photography

Mayor’s Office 440-580-3150 Police, Non-emergency 440-580-3230 Recreation - Walter F. Ehrnfelt Community Recreation & Senior Complex 440-580-3260 bryan.bogre@strongsville.org Residential Waste Disposal Republic Waste 440-572-7590 Senior Center 440-580-3275 kathy.sazima@strongsville.org Service Department 440-580-3170 service@strongsville.org

City Council Ward 1 Matt Patten 440-862-9614 matt.patten@strongsville.org

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Other

Ward 2 Ann Roff 440-241-5253 ann.roff@strongsville.org

Board of Elections 216-443-8683

Ward 3 Kelly Kosek 440-241-2575 kelly.kosek@strongsville.org Ward 4 Gordon Short 440-665-4184 gordon.short@strongsville.org At-large, President Pro Tem Jim Carbone 440-268-8089 Jim.carbone@strongsville.org At-large, President Joseph C. DeMio 440-846-4563 joseph.demio@strongsville.org At-large Matt Schonhut 440-554-9840 matt.schonhut@strongsville.org Clerk of Council Aimee Peintka 440-580-311 aimee.pientka@strongsville.org

Cuyahoga County Board of Health 216-201-2000 Food Bank 440-580-3280 Historical Society 440-572-0057

Library 440-238-5530 Strongsville BMV 440-572-1505 Meals on Wheels 440-238-3361

Photo: Michaelangelo’s Photography

Schools Strongsville City Schools Administrative Offices 440-572-7000 School Transportation 440-572-7060 Strongsville High School 440-572-7100 Strongsville Middle School 440-572-7090

Post Office 440-572-1637

Chapman Elementary School 440-572-7140

Strongsville Cemetery 440-580-3186

Kinsner Elementary School 440-572-7120

Strongsville Chamber of Commerce 440-238-3366

Muraski Elementary School 440-572-7160 Surrarrer Elementary School 440-572-7170

Whitney Elementary School 440-572-7180 Early Learning Preschool 440-572-7046

Private Schools & Career Centers Polaris Career Center 440-891-7600

St. Joseph & John Catholic School 440-238-4877 St. Mary Catholic School 440-243-4555

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Strongsville’s Farmers Market is held on Thursday afternoons from mid-July through the end of September at the Recreation & Senior Center; Mayor Perciak waves from his ride at the Homecoming Parade. Photos: City of Strongsville.

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Arts in

By Ken McEntee

Surrounded by nature’s canvas of

red and yellow leaves, young Rembrandts and Van Goghs create paintings of their own to an audio background of big band swing music or Japanese drummers. A Day at the Chalet, held on the third Sunday every September at the Cleveland Metroparks Chalet outdoor recreation area emphasizes interactive arts, music and dance for children, but offers entertainment for people of all ages. The free family arts festival is the signature event of Arts in Strongsville, a not-for-profit organization led by volunteer trustees. The group, established in 1999, is dedicated to enriching the lives of Strongsville residents through the promotion and preservation of the arts. A Day at the Chalet draws thousands of attendees from Strongsville and surrounding communities each year – many of whom first begin their day with a hot pancake breakfast at the Strongsville City Club’s Breakfast on the Bridge. The festival

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includes a variety of hands-on crafts projects and a full marquee of stage acts that emphasize a diversity of musical and cultural genres throughout the afternoon. And, of course, the popcorn and cotton candy are free. In addition to A Day at the Chalet, which is presented through the generosity of local sponsors and grants from Cuyahoga Arts and Culture and the Ohio Arts Council, Arts in Strongsville also holds other events and activities throughout the year, such as an Art & Chalk Walk competition for kids on the Commons and a week-long summer arts camp in partnership with the Strongsville Parks, Recreation & Senior Services Department. The organization also awards annual scholarships to high school seniors who plan to pursue a higher education in an arts-related field. Along with financial donations, Arts in Strongsville’s activities are funded by its annual Evening of Wine, Music and Mardi Gras fundraiser, which sells out each January. The event features food

samplings from some of the best restaurants in and around Strongsville with live music.

For more information, visit www.artsinstrongsville.org.

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Chalk Walk is Saturday, May 18, 2019!

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Parma Preschool 216-741-9094

Creative Playrooms Strongsville Montessori School & Child Care 440-572-9365

St. Joseph & John-Little Vikings 440-238-4877

Early Learning Preschool 440-572-7046

Strongsville Co-Op Preschool 440-238-5570

Goddard School 440-238-4600

Stages Childcare Center 440-846-1507

Gymboree Play & Music 440-846-9950

Sweet Kiddles Flexible Child Care Center 440-238-1119

Kidsfirst Learning Center 440-878-0088 Le Chaperon Rouge 440-238-8383

Tutor Time Child Care/ Learning Center 440-238-3542

Memorial Day Services at Freedon Trail with members from Strongsville VFW 3345. Photo: City of Strongsville.

Volunteerism Earns Students Scholarships The Kiwanis Club

of Strongsville knows a “good kid” when it sees one. In its capacity as a service organization that enjoys finding ways of serving the community, it recently awarded seven scholarships of $1,500.00 each to seven Strongsville High School graduates. The principle criterion for their selection was their volunteer work over the past school year in the Strongsville and greater Cleveland communities. However, their accomplishments and credentials Scholarships were awarded to (left to right): Julia Estephan, Sophia Banez, Caitlin Jurcago, Alexandria Rodriquez, Al Gizzi, Mahati Venkatesh, George Kinney and Madelin Myers.

did not stop there. The students’ G.P.A.’s ranged from 4.3 to 4.7. Their participation in other academic and special interest clubs and organizations was very extensive. And on and on... Members of the Kiwanis Club who served on the selection committee were delighted with the character, citizenship, and talents of this year’s awardees. Most importantly, Kiwanis is convinced that these young people will make volunteer work a habit of their adult lives. Congratulations, good luck, and best wishes to these “magnificent seven” from the class of 2018.

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Wishing Well Pre-School 440-238-7744

Pet Daycare

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

Camp Bow Wow 440-572-3200

Hiram College 330-569-3211 www.hiram.edu

Dog Gone It Pet Care 440-879-8364

John Carroll University 216-397-1886 www.jcu.edu

Public Universities

Lake Erie College 440-352-3361 www.lec.edu

Cleveland State University 216-687-2000 www.csuohio.edu Kent State University 330-672-3000 www.kent.edu University of Akron 330-972-7111 www.uakron.edu

Notre Dame College 216-381-1680 www.notredamecollege.edu

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

Community Colleges Cuyahoga Community College 216-987-5000 www.tri-c.edu Lakeland Community College 440-525-7000 www.lakelandcc.edu Lorain County Community College 440-365-5222 www.lorainccc.edu

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

Utilities AT&T - phone, data, cable 800-288-2020 Cable – Spectrum 877-772-2253 Wide Open West 866-496-9669 Columbia Gas 800-344-4077 Electric – First Energy 800-589-3101  Continued on page 46

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NOPEC 440-248-1992 PUCO 800-686-7826 Republic Waste 440-572-7590 Sewer – NEORSD 216-881-8247 Water – City of Cleveland 216-664-3130

R.I.T.A. – Tax Collection Agency 440-526-0900

STRONGSVILLE RECREATION PARKS & AMENITIES Ehrnfelt Recreation Center 440-580-3260 Ehrnfelt Senior Center 440-580-3275

One City, One Goal, One Team Team Strongsville is

a non-profit 501c3 community organization founded in 2013 by Strongsville resident, Collette Fine. In collaboration with various local business owners, city leaders, school administrators, and Strongsville residents, Team Strongsville has become primarily a service organization here in our great city. Team Strongsville teens are the driving force behind the many events planned and hosted each year. High school students living in Strongsville, whether attending public, private, or home schools, are invited and encouraged to participate with us. Over the year, teens from Team Strongsville have volunteered for the City of Strongsville, Strongsville Chamber of Commerce, Rotary Club of Strongsville, Strongsville City Club, and the Strongsville Historical Society, just to name a few. Thousands of service hours have been accumulated by

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teens over the last 5 years since becoming a non-profit organization. During our tenure, Team Strongsville has hosted city wide kickball tournaments to raise money for pediatric cancer research. In only three years, approximately $30,000 was raised in our community to benefit research for afflicted children. In honor of a beautiful Strongsville girl who died of cancer at the age of 13, we created the Kelly Kinney Pay It Forward Grants, grants for children/teens living in Strongsville which allow them to make a positive difference in our community. In 4 years, we have distributed approximately $15,000 to 30 Strongsville youth in Kelly’s honor. This is just a sampling of how Team Strongsville has made an impact in our Strongsville community. To learn more, please like us on Facebook.


Parks 1. Rec Park #1 • 18100 Royalton Road – Located behind the Ehrnfelt Recreation Center. Rademaker, Cross and Finley Fields are at this location with vending machines and restrooms. There are several playgrounds located nearby along with four tennis courts. 2. Rec. Park #2 • 16109 Foltz Parkway (South of Route 82) – Located on Foltz Industrial Parkway near the city service center. Includes Foltz 1 and Foltz 2 Fields, playgrounds, and a basketball court. Two pavilions with grills and picnic tables available. Only one pavilion has electricity, running water and restrooms. 3. Rec. Park #3 • 21273 Drake Road – Located at the intersection of Drake Road and Prospect. Wood and Sprague Fields are at this location. Each field has a pavilion with eight or nine picnic tables, two grills, four electrical outlets per pavilion, playgrounds and portable restrooms nearby. 4. Nichols Field • 22707 Sprague Road – Located on Sprague and Marks Roads. This field has a pavilion with eight electrical outlets, ten picnic tables, two grills, and a playground. 5. Volunteer Park Fields • 21410 Lunn Road – Located on West Lunn Road just west of Prospect Road. Watts, Stroemple,

Farnsworth (lighted), Cappy Fields (lighted) and two Little League fields (Roth and Kalinich) are at this location. Batting cages, horseshoe pits, a ½ mile paved walking path, vending machines, restrooms, pavilion with picnic tables and bocci ball courts are located here near the playground. 6. Surrarrer Park • 14625 Whitney Road – Located at the corner of Webster and Whitney Roads (east of I-71), James Field is at this location along with two tennis courts and a pavilion with eight electrical outlets and four picnic tables and a playground. 7. Backyard Preserve • Located behind the Ehrnfelt Recreation Center. This park offers an outdoor amphitheater, a scenic walking trail, beautiful foliage and plenty of wildlife. 8. Youth Sports Park & Playground • 21255 Lunn Road – Located on West Lunn just west of Prospect (across from Volunteer Park). One regulation football field, two flag football fields, three little league fields and one pavilion with electric are at this location. Use by permit only. 9. Castletown Pavilion • 18100 Royalton Road – Located between the Strongsville Library and Castletown Playground. Electrical outlets and grill are available in pavilion.  Continued on page 48

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For more park information or to reserve a pavilion, contact Chris Arold at 440-580-3264 or chris.arold@strongsville.org. Pavilion Fees: Residents: $45 Non-Residents: $65 RECREATION PARK GUIDELINES A. Permits are required, to use any of the parks listed above, for practice purposes. B. Reservations are also required

for use of the pavilions. C. Alcohol and smoking is prohibited in all recreation parks. D. Pets are required to be on a leash at all times. E. Bocci courts, horseshoe pits, and basketball court cannot be reserved with a pavilion. There is a one hour time limit if others are waiting to use these facilities.

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support a student with a disability to maintain the academic, social/ behavioral, communication, or other skills that they have learned as part of their Individualized Education Program (IEP). Did you know that the Achievement Centers for Children Camp Cheerful is an ESY provider through their Sensational Day Camp? Children and young adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities

participate in fun camp activities such as swimming, hiking, arts and crafts, and music while progressing with integrated IEP goals throughout the summer. Activities are designed to fit campers’ individual needs while receiving additional support from professional, caring staff including a certified intervention specialist, occupational therapist and speech therapist. Interested in more information? Visit AchievementCenters.org/ sensational or call 440-238-6200.


Royal Redeemer Lutheran Church 11680 Royalton Rd. 440-237-7958 St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church 8888 Prospect Rd. 440-234-5806

Nondenominational Christ Church 23080 Royalton Rd. 440-236-8282 Strongsville Bible Fellowship 13237 Prospect Rd. 440-572-9033

United Church of Christ-Congregational

Places of Worship

United Methodist

Baptist

Evangelical Church

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

Pathway Church 21211 Drake Rd. 440-878-9890

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

Lutheran

Other

First Lutheran Church of Strongsville 19419 Royalton Rd. 440-238-7890

ISSO Shree Swaminarayan Hindu Temple 13354 Pearl Rd. 440-238-2222

Our Savior Lutheran Church 14343 Sprague Rd. 440-234-6595

Mother of God Zyrovicy Belarusan Autocephalic Orthodox Church 11022 Webster Rd. 440-878-9736

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

Strongsville United Methodist Church, photo provided by Keith Lawson.

Strongsville United Church of Christ 13740 Pearl Rd. 440-238-6697

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

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Shinto Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar

Architectural Justice Gallery & Café 13953 Pearl Rd. 440-268-8646 Asia Garden 19648 West 130th 440-268-6633

Bruegger’s Bagels 15035 Pearl Rd. 440-572-4646 Buca di Beppo 16677 Southpark Ctr. 440-846-6262

Dining Guide Aladdin’s Eatery 15250 Pearl Rd. 440-238-8000 A Slice Above 8788 Pearl Rd. 440-826-1300 Applebee’s 17771 Southpark Ctr. 440-572-5292

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B-Spot 18066 Royalton Rd. 440-572-9600 www.bspotburgers.com Bar Louie 10 Southpark Center 440-783-5710 Bianca’s Ristorante Italiano 4284 Beverly Hills Dr. 330-225-0927 Bennett’s Bar & Pizzeria 19616 W. 130th St. 440-268-6767 Boston Market 14375 Pearl Rd. 440-846-0003 Antonio’s Pizza 14232 Pearl Rd. 440-878-1111 www.antoniospizza.net

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

Brew Garden 16555 Southpark Ctr. 440-234-1002 Brew Kettle 8377 Pearl Rd. 440-239-8788

Buffalo Wild Wings 8465 Pearl Rd. 440-243-9464 www.buffalowildwings.com Cute Little Cake Shop 15131 Pearl Rd. 440-846-1352


Core Life Eatery 17917 Southpark Ctr. 440-732-0633 Crown of India 14224 Pearl Rd. 440-638-4977

Emilio’s Pizza 20934 Drake Rd. 440-846-1111 www.emilios-strongsville.com Europeans Best 19608 W. 130th St. 440-572-0600

Dairy Queen Chill & Grille 12152 Pearl Rd. 440-238-3491 www.StrongsvilleDQ.com

Firehouse Subs 17250 Royalton Rd. 440-238-1133 Five Guys Burger & Fries 15162 Pearl Rd. 440-268-9968

D.C. Pasta Company 12214 Pearl Rd. 440-238-8500

Gina’s Pizza 14423 Pearl Rd. 440-238-4820

Dean House Chinese Restaurant 14393 Pearl Rd. 440-268-9568

Giovanni’s Pizza 19772 W. 130th 440-878-1700

DiBella’s Subs 16758 Royalton Rd. 440-846-0924

Goldie’s Deli & Restaurant 13359 Pearl Rd. 440-572-8700

Domino's Pizza 14300 Pearl Rd. 440-572-0444

Gourme’ Family Restaurant 15315 Pearl Rd. 440-572-3111

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Gran Fiesta Mexican 18737 Royalton Rd. 440-846-2313

Don’s Pomeroy House 13663 Pearl Rd. 440-572-1111 www.donspomeroy.com Donut Scene 15033 Pearl Rd. 440- 238-0288 Dunkin Donuts 14009 Pearl Rd. 440-238-3544 13128 Royalton Rd. 216-640-7752 East of Chicago Pizza 17024 Pearl Rd. 440-238-6022

Harvest Saloon 15147 Pearl Rd. 440-238-9464 www.harvestsaloon.com Honey Baked Ham 14136 Pearl Rd. 440-846-4400 Hot Heads Burritos 13405 Pearl Rd. 440-268-8588 Houlihan’s 164 Southpark Mall 440-572-9090  Continued on page 52

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Miss Hickory’s Tea Room 14335 Mill Hollow Ln. 440-668-3053 Molly McGhee’s 13169 Prospect Rd. 440-238-0118 Mr. Hero 12465 Pearl Rd. 440-238-8811

Italian Village Restaurant 16605 Pearl Road 440-572-1414 www.italianvillage.menu Jennifer’s Restaurant 8464 Pearl Rd. 440-234-2044

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

Jimmy John’s 14993 Pearl Rd. 440-238-4008 Johnny J’s Pub & Grille 15323 Pearl Rd. 440-268-6848

Kartel’s Restaurant & Party Center 14741 Pearl Rd. 440-572-3720 King Dragon Chinese 20906 Drake Rd. 440-238-8278

Olympia Sweet Treats & Eatery

• Restaurant • Gourmet Caramel Corn • Handmade Chocolates • 40 flavors of Hard Ice Cream 11606 Pearl Road in Strongsville / 440-572-7747 www.olympiacandy.com

Lemonberry Frozen Yogurt 12927 Pearl Rd. 440-238-0793 The Local Bar 14751 Pearl Rd. 440-238-7495

Mama Julianne's 10913 Prospect Rd. 440-238-2028 Marcos’ Pizza 12513 Pearl Rd. 440-572-9900 Master Pizza 13311 Pearl Rd. 440-876-8777

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O’Charley’s 8913 Pearl Rd. 440-243-2771 Old Carolina BBQ 14795 Pearl Road 440-268-8461

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

Longhorn Steakhouse 17211 Southpark Ctr. 440-238-7917

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Nothing Bundt Cakes 13433 Pearl Rd. 440-268-8606 strongsville@nothingbundtcakes.com

Olympia Sweet Treats & Grille 11606 Pearl Rd. 440-572-7747 www.olympiacandy.com Panera Bread 17090 Royalton Rd. 440-846-0377 Panini’s Bar & Grill 14952 Pearl Rd. 440-878-2200 Papa John's 16494 Pearl Rd. 440-572-4000 Penn Station 14612 Pearl Rd. 440-238-6240


Pita Pit 13309 Pearl Rd. 440-268-8677

Pulp Juice & Smoothie Bar 15037 Pearl Rd. 440-268-6650 Raising Cane’s 14356 Pearl Rd. 440-783-9231 Red Lobster 17227 Southpark Ctr. 440-572-0717 Robeks Fruit Juices & Smoothies 18025 Royalton Road 440-572-1640 Romano’s Macaroni Grill 17095 Southpark Ctr. 440-878-3000 Rosewood Grill 16740 Royalton Rd. 440-783-5500 Sakura Sushi House 15040 Pearl Rd. 440-268-9668 Samurai Sushi Bar & Hibachi Steakhouse 16670 Royalton Rd. 440-238-6948 Scrambler Marie's 16726 Pearl Rd. 440-238-4143

Square 22 13485 Pearl Rd. 440-268-8322 www.thesquare22.com Subway 14904 Pearl Rd. 440-572-3585 Sweet Mango Thai Cuisine 14610 Pearl Rd. 440-238-9921

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The Rail 17855 Southpark Center Dr. 440-783-1275 TGI Friday’s 18400 Royalton Rd. 440-238-1299 Tommy’s Pizza 17664 Pearl Rd. 440-878-9999

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Wine Down & Sweets Cafe 14785 Pearl Rd. 440-268-8305 Zoup! 18086 Royalton Rd. 440-876-0400 Every effort has been made to provide a complete and accurate restaurant list. Please call 440-346-4482 with corrections or additions for future publications.

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Slim & Chubby’s 12492 Prospect Rd. 440-572-7546 www.slimandchubbys.com Starbuck’s 17180 Royalton Rd. 440-572-1105

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FETZER DR. .................................B-4

LAURENSWAY ..............................B-3 PIN OAK DR. .................................D-1

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

CHARTER LN. ...............................B-4

FIELDSTONE POINT ....................A-2

LEANA CT. ....................................B-4

PINE LAKES DR. ..........................D-1

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

ACADEMY DR. ................................B-3

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

FOLTZ INDUSTRIAL PKWY. ......A-3-4 LEAWOOD OVAL ..........................C-1 PINE NEEDLE CT. .........................A-1 SUN CREST RD. ...........................C-2

BENNINGTON DR.

TOWN CIR.

SPYGLASS HILL DR.

TREASURE ISLE CIR.

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TR AD EW IN

BUCCANEER CREEK TRL.

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N. INLET DR.

FOREST PARK DR. ......................C-2

LEDGEPOINT PL. .........................C-2 PINE TREE PL. .............................D-2

SUN MEADOW TRL. .....................A-4 SUNBURY DR. ..............................C-3

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

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

FOREST POINT PL. ......................D-2 LEDGESIDE DR. ...........................B-2 PINEVIEW CIR. .............................A-3

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

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

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

LEDGESTONE DR…......................B-4

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

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

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

LEXINTON LN. ..............................C-4 PINNACLE POINT…........................A-2 SUNRIDGE CIR. ............................B-2

PINEWOOD DR. ............................A-3 SUNCLIFF PL. ...............................C-2

FORUM DR. ...............................A-B-2 LINCOLNSHIRE BLVD. .................A-1 PIONEERS CREEK .......................C-4 SUNSET DR. .................................C-3

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

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

FOUNTAIN CT. ..............................B-2 LISMORE CT. ................................B-4 PIRATES COVE CIR. ....................D-4

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

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

FOX GLOVE ..................................A-2 LITTLE BROOK WAY ....................A-1 PLACID COVE ...............................C-3 SYCAMORE DR. ...........................D-1

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

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

FOX HOLLOW ...........................B-C-3 LITTO DR. .....................................D-1 PLEASANT RIDGE PL. .................D-2

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

ANTLER LN. .................................C-3-4 CIRCLE RIDGE ST. .......................C-2

FOX HUNT DR. .............................C-3 LOGAN CT. ....................................C-1 PLUMBROOK TRL. .......................A-1

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

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

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

FOXE DR. ......................................B-1 LONG BOAT CIR. ..........................D-4 PLYMOUTH ROW .........................C-4

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

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

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

FRAMINGHAM OV. .......................C-4 LORRAINE DR. .............................A-1 POINT OVERLOOK PL. ................C-2

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

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

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

FULLERS LN. ................................B-3 LUCERNE LN. ...............................B-4 POLO CLUB DR. ...........................C-3

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

ARAGLIN CT. ...................................B-4 CLIPPER COVE DR. .....................D-4

GARY DR. .....................................D-1

LUNN RD. ..................................A-B-3 POMEROY BLVD. .........................C-3

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

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

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

GATEPOST RD. ............................A-1

LYMANS LN. ..................................B-3 PORTERS LN. ...............................B-3

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

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

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

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

LYON LN. .......................................B-4 POTOMAC DR. ..........................B-C-3 TIMBER OAK CT. ..........................A-2

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

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

GIFFORD CT. ................................C-3 MAIN ST. ....................................B-C-1 PRARIE MEADOWS PL. ...............B-1

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

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

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

GLEN CAIRN WAY ........................A-4 MALLARD CIR. ..............................B-3 PRESCOTT LN…............................D-2

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

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

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

GLENBROOK DR. .........................D-2 MAPLE BRANCH TRL. ..................A-1 PRIEM RD. ....................................A-1

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

ASHWOOD DR. ...............................A-1 COMMERCE PKWY. ......................A-3

GLENCREEK LN. ......................C-B-2 MAPLE BROOK TRL. ....................D-1 PRINCETON CIR. .........................A-4

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

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

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

GLENDALE AVE. ...........................C-3 MAPLE CIR. ..................................D-4 PROGRESS DR. ...........................B-2

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

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

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

GLENMAR WAY ............................B-2 MAPLE ST. ....................................A-1

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

PROSPECT RD. ........................A-1--4 TRAILS LNDG. ...............................D-4

AUTUMN OV. ...................................A-4 CONCORD DR. .............................B-3

GLENWOOD LN. ...........................B-3 MARKS RD. ................................A-1-4 QUALHOLLOW DR. ...................C-3-4

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

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

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

GOLD RUSH DR. ..........................C-4 MARTINS LN. ................................B-4 RABBIT RUN DR. ......................B-C-4

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

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

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

GOLDEN STAR DR. ......................C-4 MEADOW GRASS RD. ..................A-1 RACOON TRL. ...........................B-C-3 TRAPPER TRL. .............................B-3

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

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

GRAND PRAIRIE LN. ....................C-1 MEADOW LN. ................................B-2 RANCHWOOD DR. .......................B-3

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

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

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

GREAT OAKS LN. .........................B-2 MEADOW NORTH CT. ..................A-1 REGENCY DR. ..............................B-3

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

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

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

GREENBRIER DR. ....................C-D-4 MEADOW RD. ...............................A-1 RESTING MEADOWS ...................C-3 TRENTON OV. ...............................D-4

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

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

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

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

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

GREENLAWN DR. .........................A-1 MEADOW TRAIL. ..........................A-2 RIDGE CREEK RD. .......................C-2 TROTWOOD DR. ...........................B-3

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

GREENWICH DR. .........................D-1 MEADOWS EDGE LN. ..................A-2 RIDGE POINT CIR. .......................C-2

TRILLIUM TRL. ..............................B-2 TURKEY MEADOW LN. .............C-3-4

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

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

GREENWOOD DR. .......................A-4 MELISSA LN. .................................A-1 RIDGECLIFF CIR. ......................B-C-2 TWELVE OAKS CIR. .....................C-1

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

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

GREYSTONE POINTE ..................A-2 MILLHOLLOW LN. .....................D-C-3 RIDGELINE CT. .............................C-4

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

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

GROSSE POINT OV. .................C-D-1 MILLER CT. ...................................C-4 RINGNECK CIR. ............................C-4 VALLEY PKWY. ..............B-1,C-2,D-2,3

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

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

GROUSE RUN ..............................C-3 MISTY LAKE DR. ..........................C-4 RIVER MOSS RD. .........................C-2

VALLEYBROOKE LN…...................A-2

BEECHWOOD LN. .......................A-B-4 CRABAPPLE CT. ..........................D-2

GROVESIDE DR. ..........................C-1 MOHAWK DR. ...............................C-1 RIVER RIDGE RD. ........................C-2

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

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

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

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

HAMILTON CT. ..............................B-3 MONTECLARE BLVD. ...................A-1 ROBINDALE DR. ...........................C-3 VERSAILLES DR. ..........................D-1

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

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

HAMPTON CHASE ....................C-3-4 MONTEREY PINE DR. ..................C-4 ROCKCREEK CIR. ........................A-1

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

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

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

HAMPTON PL. ..............................C-4 MORAR CIR. .................................B-4 ROCKGLEN DR. …........................ B-4

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

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

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

HANDLE RD ..................................C-2 MORGAN CT. ................................A-3 ROE LN. ........................................B-2

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

HARPER RD. .................................A-2 MORRIS DR. .................................A-3 ROSEWOOD LN. ..........................D-1

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

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

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

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

MOSS POINT RD. .........................C-2 ROYALOAK DR. ............................C-1

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

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

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

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

MOSS RIDGE CIR. ........................C-2 ROYALTON RD. (RT. 82) ....A-B-3,C-D-2

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

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CHERYL DR.

OLDE ORCHARD RD.

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

HAWKS LOOKOUT LN. .............B-C-4 NEEDLEWOOD CIR. .....................A-1 RUTH DR. .....................................D-2

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

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

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

HAWTHORNE LN. .........................B-2 NIAGARA DR. ............................B-C-3 SADDLEBROOK LN…....................A-2

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

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

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

HAZELWOOD DR. .........................B-1 NICOLE CIR. .................................D-1 SADDLEHORN CIR. .....................A-2

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

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

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

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

NOBHILL .......................................C-4

SALEM ROW NORTH ...................C-4

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

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

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

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

NORTH BEXLEY DR. ....................C-1 SALEM ROW SOUTH ...................C-4

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

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

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

HEATHER LN. ...............................B-2 NORTH CHURCHILL DR. ..............A-2 SAND CREEK CIR. .......................A-1

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

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

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

HEATHERWOOD DR. ................A-B-4 NORTH GREYSTONE DR..........….B-4 SANDALWOOD LN. .......................B-3 WEST KERRY PL. .........................B-4

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

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

HEMLOCK CIR. .........................A-B-3 NORTH INLET DR. ........................D-4 SARATOGA TRL. ..........................C-4

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

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

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

HERITAGE TRL. ............................C-4 NORTH MEADOWS LN. ................C-3 SASSAFRAS DR. ..........................C-1

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

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

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

HICKORY BRANCH TRL. ..............A-1 NORTH RED OAK DR. ..................C-4 SAVANNAH CT. .............................D-4

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

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

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

HICKORY PL. ................................B-1 NORTH RED ROCK DR. ...............C-4 SCARLETOAK TRL. ......................A-3

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

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

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

HIDDEN MEADOWS LN. ..............D-4 NORTH TRL. .................................A-2 SCENIC POINT .............................A-2

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

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

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

HIDDEN WOODS LN. ...................D-4 NORTH WHITE OAKS DR. ...........C-4 SCOTCH PINE WAY ......................B-1 WESTWOOD PARK BLVD. .............B-2

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

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

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

NORTHPOINTE CIR. ....................D-1 SCOTT DR. ....................................B-3 WEYMOUTH LN. ...........................C-4

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

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

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

NORTHRUP LN. ............................B-4 SCOTTSDALE DR. ........................C-1 WHEELERS LN. ............................B-3

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

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

HIGHPOINT CLUB BLVD. .............C-4 NORTHVIEW DR. ..........................C-3 SELBY CIR. ...................................C-4

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

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

HILLCLIFF CIR. .............................B-2 NORTHWOOD TRL. ......................A-2 SETTLERS WAY ............................B-3 WHITE BARK DR. ......................A-B-3

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

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

HOLIDAY DR. ................................B-2 OAK PARK TRL. ............................A-1 SETTLERS RUN ...........................C-3

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

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

HOLLO OV. ....................................B-2 OAK BRANCH TRL. ......................A-1 SEVEN OAK DR. ...........................C-4 WHITE MARSH LN. .......................B-4

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

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

HOLLOWRUN PL. .........................C-3 OAK DR. ........................................B-4 SHAGBARK TRL. .......................A-1-2

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

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

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

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

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

HOMESTEAD PARK DR. ..............B-1 OAKHURST LN. ............................A-3 SHALEBROOK WAY .....................A-1

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

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

HORSESHOE LN. .........................A-2 OAKLANDPARK DR. .....................D-1 SHANDON CT. ...............................A-4 WILLOW CIR. ................................D-1

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

HUNTERSPOINTE DR. .................D-4 OLD OAK DR. ................................A-3 SHERWOOD DR. .......................A-B-3 WILMA DR. ....................................A-1

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

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

HUNTING MEADOWS DR. ...........C-3 OLD OAK LN. ................................A-3 SHIREEN DR. ................................A-3 WILMINGTON DR. .........................B-3

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

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

HUNTINGTON PARK DR. .............C-1 OLD SURREY CT. .........................C-4 SHURMER RD. .........................B-C-3

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

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

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

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

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

IMPERIAL CT. ................................A-3 OLDE ORCHARD RD. ...................D-4 SOUTH BEXLEY DR. ....................C-1

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

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

INDIANHEAD LN. ..........................C-3 OLDE TOWNE TRL. ......................D-4 SOUTH CHURCHILL DR. ..............A-2 WINDSOR CASTLE LN. ................A-3

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

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

INGLEWOOD CT. ..........................C-1 OLIVER DR. ..................................B-4

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

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

IONIA CT. .......................................B-2 OLYMPUS CT. ...............................B-2 SOUTH INLET RD. ........................D-4 WINDWARD WAY ..........................B-4

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

EDGEBROOK DR…........................B-2

IVYWOOD TRL. .............................B-2 OLYMPUS WAY .............................B-2 SOUTH GREYSTONE DR…...........B-4

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

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

EDGEHILL OV….........................….B-2

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

ORDNER DR. ................................C-3 SOUTH MEADOWS CIR. ...............C-3

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

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

EDGEPARK CIR….......................…B-2

JACQUE RD. .................................D-1 OSAGE DR. ...................................C-1 SOUTH PORTE DR. ......................B-3 WOLZHAVEN AVE. ........................A-1

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

EDGEVIEW LN…….........................B-2

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

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

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

JAMESWAY RD. ............................A-4 OVERLAND PK. ............................B-3 SOUTH RED ROCK DR. ...............C-4

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

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

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

JANETTE AVE. ..............................D-2 OXFORD DR. ................................B-1 SOUTH TRL. .................................A-2

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

SOUTH VIEW CT. .........................C-1

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

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

WHISPERING PINES ....................C-4 WHITE FIR LN. ..............................C-4 WHITNEY RD. ........................B-C-D-1

OAKTRAIL CT. ...............................A-1 SHALEBROOK CT. ........................A-1 WILDWOOD LN. ............................B-3 WILLIAMSBURG OV. .................B-C-4 WILLOW LN. ..................................A-1

OAKWOOD PL. .............................A-3 SHERBROOKE OV. .......................B-4 WILLOW WOOD DR. .....................C-4

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

OLDE CREEK TRL. .......................A-2 SIEDEL’S LANDING ......................A-2 WINDCLIFF RD. ............................B-2

OTANI CT. .....................................C-2

OXFORD OV. ................................C-4

SOUTH DR. ...................................C-1

WINDING TRL. ..............................B-3 WINDSOR DR. ..............................C-3

SOUTH RED OAK DR. ..................C-4 WOODBERRY LN. .........................A-2

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

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

JEFFERSON CT. ...........................B-3 OXROW PATH ..............................A-2 SOUTH VIEW LN. .........................C-1

WOODHAWK DR.............................D-2

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

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

JERRY COE LN. ............................B-1 PADDOCK CIR. .............................A-2 SOUTH WHITE OAKS DR. ...........C-4

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

CALDERDALE LN. ..........................D-2 ERWIN DR. ...................................A-4

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

PAMELA DR. ..................................B-1 SOUTHWIND CT. ..........................A-2

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

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

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

PANORAMA PKWY. .......................D-4 SPINNAKER CIR. ..........................B-4

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

JUNIPER CT. .................................D-1 PARK CLIFF RD. ...........................B-2 SPRAGUE RD. ...................A-B-C-D-1

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

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

CAMBRIDGE DR...............................D-4 ETHEL DR. ....................................A-1 EVELYN CT. ..................................D-1

KAREN DR. ...................................D-1 PARK LANE DR. ........................C-3-4 SPRINGFIELD DR. ........................A-4 WOODRUN DR............................D-1-2

CAMDEN CT. ...................................D-4 EVERGREEN DR. .........................B-1

KELSEY LN. ..................................B-4 PARK MOSS AVE. .........................D-2 SPRUCEPOINTE ...........................A-2 WOODSHIRE DR. ...........................B-3

CAMBRIDGE OV. ............................B-4 CANTERBURY DR. .........................C-3

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

CARDINAL CIR. ...............................B-1 FAIR MEADOW PL. .......................B-1

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

PARK POINT .................................C-2 SPRUCE RD. .................................A-3 WOODSIDE CT. .............................B-2

KETTERING DR. ...........................C-1 PARK VIEW CIR. ...........................D-1 SPYGLASS HILL DR. ....................D-4 WOODSIDE (X)ING NORTH .........B-4

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

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

KILLIANS GROVE DR. ..................B-4 PARKWOOD LN. ...........................A-3 SQUIRREL HOLLOW LN. .............C-3

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

PEACHTREE DR. ..........................B-1 STAG THICKET LN. ...................B-C-3 WOODVIEW CIR. ..........................A-2

CAROL DR. ..................................B-C-3 FAIRTREE DR. ..............................A-1

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

PEARL RD. ................................B-1--4 STANFORD CT. .............................D-1 WORTHINGTON PARK DR. ..........C-1

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

CASTLE DR. ....................................A-3 FAIR WINDS DR. ..........................D-4

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HARTFORD TRL. ..........................D-4 MULBERRY CIR. ...........................A-2 ROYALVIEW DR. ...........................D-3 WALNUT DR. .................................B-4

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

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

CASTLETOWN DR.

APPLEBROOK CIR.

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BURLWOOD DR. .............................D-2 ELM DR. ........................................B-4

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PARK DR. GARY DR.

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PARMA

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

STAFFORD DR. .............................B-1 WOODSTOCK RUN ...................A-B-4

KORTZ CIR. ..................................D-1 PEARLVIEW DR. ...........................B-3 STAPLETON DR. ..........................C-1

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

KRONOS CT. .................................B-2 PEBBLE BROOK TRL. ..................A-1 STEEPLECHASE LN. ....................A-2 YAGER DR. ...................................B-2

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

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

KYLEMORE DR. ........................A-B-4 PEBBLESTONE CT. ......................D-4 STELFAST DR. .............................A-4

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

CASTLEREAGH LN. .......................D-2

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

LAGUARDIA PKWY. ......................C-1 PEMBROOKE OV. .....................A-B-4 STERLING WAY ............................A-3

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

CASTLETOWN DR. .........................D-4 FALMOUTH DR. ............................C-4

LAKE CIRCLE DR. ........................C-1 PENNY PINES CIR. ......................C-4 STEVEN DAVID DR. ......................A-1 YORKTOWN OV. ...........................B-4

CASTLEWOOD DR……....................A-1

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

LAKE FOREST DR. .......................C-1 PEPPER CREEK DR. ....................D-2 STILLBROOKE DR. .......................C-3 ZVERINA LN. .................................B-2

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

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

LAKE MEADOWS DR. ..................D-1 PEPPERGRASS CIR. ...................C-4 STONE CREEK OV. ......................B-3

CEDAR CREEK DR……....................A-1 FENCE LINE ROW DR. .................A-1

LAKEVIEW CIR. ............................D-1 PEPPERWOOD DR. ......................C-4 STONERIDGE TRL. ......................D-4

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

LAMPLIGHTER LN. .......................C-3 PHEASANT RUN PL. ....................B-1 STONY POINT DR. .......................D-4

CENTURY OAK DR. ........................D-1 FERNWOOD CIR. .........................D-1

LANIER AVE. .................................C-3 PHEASANT TRL. ...........................C-3 STOUGHTON DR. .........................B-3

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

LAUREL CIR. .................................C-4 PIERCE DR. ..................................B-3 STRATFORD CIR. .........................A-3

CELIANNA DR. ................................A-1 CHANDLER GREEN .....................D-4

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Hair Salon & Nail Services Today's Headlines Salon of Strongsville..... p 5, 31 www.todaysheadlinessalon.vpweb.com

Heating & Air Conditioning Len's Heating & Air Conditioning................. p 45 www.lensheating.com

Historical Society Strongsville Historical Society........................ p 49 www.strongsvillehistoricalsociety.org

Advertiser Index

Photo: City of Strongsville

Home Builders/Custom

Attorneys

Chiropractor

Nabors & Nabors Ltd. Attorneys at Law...................................... p 14, 29 www.nabors-law.com

Timber Ridge Neck & Back Pain Clinic.... p 31, 33 www.chiropracticnorthroyalton.com

Church Bakery Nothing Bundt Cakes..................................... p 51 www.nothingbundtcakes.com

Royal Redeemer Lutheran Church............ p 7, 30 www.royred.org

Clubs & Organizations Banks/Credit Unions PSE Credit Union...................................... p 12, 28 www.psecreditunion.org

Banquet Facility

Achievement Centers for Children................ p 48 www.achievementcenters.org Arts in Strongsville......................................... p 43 www.artsinstrongsville.org

Kensington Homes...................... Inside back cover www.kensingtonhomesinc.com Parkview Homes......................................... p 9, 39 www.parkviewhomes.com

Hospice Services Hospice Services of Southwest General........ p 32 www.swgeneral.com/hospice

Hospitals & Medical Facilities Southwest General Health Center..... p 30, 34, 35 www.swgeneral.com

Hotels Sonesta ES Suites............................................ p 52 www.sonestaessuites.com

Ice Cream Dairy Queen.................................................... p 52 www.strongsvilleDQ.com

Insurance

Triv's Restaurant............................................. p 53 www.trivsstrongsville.com

Relay for Life.................................................. p 45 www.relayforlife.org/strongsville

Dane Donaldson - State Farm Insurance................................................... p 29, 39 www.danedonaldson.com

Candy Store

Strongsville Kiwanis Club............................... p 44 www.strongsvillekiwanis.com

Gesler Insurance Agency.................... p 25, 37, 47 www.geslerinsurance.com

Olympia Sweet Treats & Grille....................... p 52 www.olympiacandy.com

Colleges & Universities

John W. Kyle Insurance Agency..................... p 17 www.johnwkyle.com

Chamber of Commerce

Cuyahoga Community College............ p 20,21,28 www.tri-c.edu

Strongsville Chamber of Commerce.............. p 17 www.strongsvillechamber.com

Construction & Remodeling RA Kalfas Construction.................................. p 26 www.rakalfas.com

Dentist/Implants Aerni Dental................................................... p 24 www.aernidental.com

Department Store/Groceries Walmart.......................................................... p 15 www.walmart.com

Financial Advisors Freeman Heyne Toma Financial Advisors..................................... p 15, 26 www.fhtadvisors.com

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Roni Bell - HealthMarkets........................ p 12, 30 www.healthmarkets.com/ronibell

Insurance/Medical Medical Mutual................Inside front cover, 32-33 www.medicalmutual.com

Jewelry & Gifts Gregory Filo Jewelry Design Inc................ p 4, 29 www.filojewelry.com

Library Cuyahoga County Public LibraryStrongsville Branch......................................... p 20 www.cuyahogalibrary.org

Painting Classes Painting With A Twist................. Inside back cover www.paintingwithatwist.com


Pet Services

Schools/Private

Dog Gone It Pet Care........................Inside back cover www.doggoneitpetcare.com

Royal Redeemer Lutheran School................... p 7, 30 www.royred.org

Photographer

St. Mary’s Catholic School.................................... p 18 www.smsberea.org

Beverly David Photography................................. p 31 www.beverlydavidphoto.com

Pizza/Catering

Sts. Joseph & John School.............................. p 19, 30 www.sjjschool.org

Schools/Career & Technical

Antonio’s Pizza................................................. p 1, 28 www.antoniospizza.net Emilio’s Pizza........................................................ p 56 www.emilios-strongsville.com

Polaris Career Center........................................... p 22 www.polaris.edu

Senior Services Altenheim Senior Living.............................. p 2, 3, 29 www.altenheim.com

Real Estate Howard Hanna....................... p 28, 37-38, Back cover www.howardhanna.com

Recreation/Fitness/Workout Facility Lifeworks ............................................................. p 47 www.lifeworksfitness.net

Falling Water Healthcare Center................................................Inside back cover www.communicarehealth.com Kemper House Strongsville.................................. p 34 www.kemperhouse.com

Restaurants

Southwest Commons........................................... p 32 www.lifeservicesassistedliving.com

Antonio’s Pizza................................................. p 1, 28 www.antoniospizza.net

Westwood Place................................................... p 34 www.westwoodplaceapts.net

Bucci’s J Bella........................................................ p 52 www.buccis.net

Shopping Center/Mall

Dairy Queen.......................................................... p 52 www.strongsvilleDQ.com Don’s Pomeroy House.......................................... p 53 www.donspomeroy.com Olympia Sweet Treats & Eatery........................... p 52 www.olympiacandy.com Shinto Japanese Steakhouse......................... p 27, 50 www.shintoexperience.com Square 22.............................................................. p 51 www.thesquare22.com Triv’s Restaurant................................................... p 53 www.trivsstrongsville.com

SouthPark Mall..................................................... p 11 www.shoppingsouthparkmall.com

Storage Facility Strongsville Mini Storage............................... p 13, 27 www.strongsvillestorage.com

In Strongsville

FREE “Get to Know Us” session • Puppy Care • Mid-day Potty Breaks • Bargain Dog Waste Services

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Come Paint with Us!

Thrift Store Goodwill Industries.............................................. p 45 www.goodwillgoodskills.org

Window Treatments Budget Blinds................................................. p 25, 38 www.budgetblinds.com/strongsville

Salon Education/Cosmetology/ Services Brown Aveda Institute......................................... p 45 www.brownaveda.com

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Mike was a great man who showed so much pride and devotion to the City of Strongsville. He was a true gentleman with the highest of principles and a genuinely kind soul. His presence will be greatly missed.

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