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Strongsville IMAGE BOOK & COMMUNITY GUIDE This is an Image Builders Marketing Inc.™ Trademark Publication created and produced for the City of Strongsville, Ohio. Thomas P. Perciak, Mayor Copyright © 2022, All rights reserved. Image Builders Marketing, Inc. 440-346-4482 www.ImageBuildersMarketing.us Additional copies are available at participating sponsors or at: Strongsville Municipal Offices 16099 Foltz Pkwy., Strongsville, Ohio 44149 440-580-3100

Contents 6 MAYOR’S WELCOME 8 CITY OVERVIEW 13 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

19 CITY FINANCIALS 20 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

21 EDUCATION 24 BUSINESS &

COMMUNITY LEADERS

36 HEALTH & WELLNESS

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38 SENIOR LIVING 39 HOMES & REAL ESTATE 43 PARKS & RECREATION 45 COMMUNITY INFORMATION

52 RECYCLING 53 WATERSHED 56 STRONGSVILLE STREET MAP

58 DINING GUIDE 62 ADVERTISER INDEX

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ON THE COVER: Strongsville’s Business and Community Leaders gathered at Shinto Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar to smile for the camera. Above: September 11, 2021 Ceremony, held at the VFW Post 3345 Memorial. Photography: Andrea Bartel, Beverly David Photography

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Omakase Dining, an ancient form of Japanese dining that puts guests in the chef’s expert hands, is now being offered at Shinto. Let Chef/Owner Hiroshi Z create a dish for you that is not on the menu, using high-end, seasonal ingredients. Chef Hiroshi Z has traveled the world studying the hottest sushi trends and has brought them back to Cleveland. “We’re always striving to be a leader on the Cleveland dining scene,” says Brittany Swan, general manager of Shinto. “We have been very fortunate over the years and have worked very hard to overcome industry challenges; despite the pandemic, we opened our second Shinto Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar in September of 2020 located in Westlake, Ohio.” Shinto features an extensive bar area, big screen TV’s, a newly designed, full-service sushi bar, and a vibrant, high-energy dining experience. It’s award-winning, highly inventive Asian-Fusion fare is nicely complemented by craft cocktails and sake flights. As they say in Japan, Kanpai!

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Mayor’s Welcome

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I am proud to be mayor of our tremendous city. When we were faced with unprecedented and uncertain times, Strongsville, being the faith community that it is, stepped up. Our police officers stepped up by conducting drive-by birthday parties for numerous children – and even a 90-yearold - who missed out on in-person parties during the pandemic. Our local service and civic organizations stepped up - like the Strongsville Rotary and the Strongsville VFW, who partnered to raise money to help people who were Mayor Thomas P. Perciak laid off or lost significant portions of their wages during the lock downs. My directors and staff stepped up by helping to manage the city’s finances during a tough time because they understand that money matters. A strong sense of community and the caring support of neighbors define the Strongsville way of life. That may have been more apparent than ever before during the past two years. Strongsville may be a prosperous suburb of nearly 45,000 residents, but it has retained the feel of a small hometown driven by family and community pride. Few towns can match Strongsville's diverse balance of modern amenities, abundant parks and recreational opportunities and a location that offers convenient access to anywhere. Despite the challenges of a global pandemic, the business climate in Strongsville remains strong. We have seen impressive growth among many of the businesses that are thriving in our four business parks. In fact, in 2020 Strongsville’s businesses accounted for 10 percent of all the new non-retail jobs in the 18 counties that make up 6

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Northeast Ohio despite making up less than one percent of the population in the region. Strongsville’s businesses have confidently stepped up because of their confidence in our wonderful community. Our vibrant retail and service businesses provide a myriad of convenient dining and shopping options for Strongsville residents. The generous sponsorship of those businesses, which provide an essential part of the Strongsville way of life, made this annual Strongsville Image Book and Community Guide possible. 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 community. Sincerely, Thomas P. Perciak Mayor, City of Strongsville


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City Overview Strongsville, A City On the Move

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By Ken McEntee

In 1821, town founder John Stoughton Strong granted

the land that became the Strongsville Commons to the newly established township for $1. Two hundred years later, the Commons was at the crossroads of the city’s newly launched Strongsville Town Center Enhancement and Walkability Initiative. With the amenities of a modern city growing around it, the Commons – featuring its iconic clock tower and gazebo – continues to reflect the ambiance of a small town. The public area serves as the venue for Strongsville’s most popular community gathering events, like the holiday Winter Wonderland and Christmas lighting ceremony, the Strongsville Chamber of Commerce’s summer Homecoming Festival, the Strongsville City Club’s annual Rib Burnoff and Arts in Strongsville’s Art & Chalk Walk event for budding artists of the future. The Town Center Enhancement and Walkability Initiative, announced by Mayor Thomas P. Perciak in September 2021, is intended to create a more cohesive area that encompasses the Commons along with other amenities that are utilized by tens of thousands of residents and visitors every year. The Town Center amenities include the Walter F. Ehrnfelt Recreation and ›› Continued on page 10

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A City On the Move

Strongsville Commons: The iconic clock tower and gazebo.

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Senior Center, Castle Town playground, Freedom Trail and the Strongsville branch of the Cuyahoga County Public Library. Also located within the walkable region are the Strongsville Historical Village and a growing number of eateries and retail services south of the village along Pearl Road. The project is expected to be funded by federal, state, county and regional grants, along with donations solicited from local civic groups and businesses. Potential enhancements being considered through the initiative include: ■ A new playground, interactive fountain, pavilion and restrooms; ■ Further integration of area walkways and the Freedom Trail; ■ Implementation of new signage to direct residents and visitors to area amenities. In addition to the 2019 Strongsville Master Plan and several other studies, the initiative will incorporate data collected through a survey of residents that was conducted in 2021, Perciak said. Also last year, improvements on the Commons moved forward with the refurbishment of the clock tower that has long been one of the Strongsville’s most notable landmarks. The City Club presented the clock tower to the city in February 1993. The refurbishment of the tower was completed just a few weeks before the city’s electrifying Winter Wonderland lighting ceremony in November. “It

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was one of those things that you didn't notice going down the road, but if you got out and walked up closer, especially if you went inside, you could see that if the work was not addressed, it would've been a big problem someday,” explains Joe Walker, the city’s service director. The work, Walker said, included exterior restoration of the clock tower’s brickwork, sealing the aluminum sections and copper dome at the top and replacement of the louvers that were letting water in. Inside, the steel structure was cleaned and painted. “We’re trying to keep things upgraded and looking good,” Walker says. “This project had been in the plans for a couple years, but it was postponed with everything that we’ve been dealing with.” Although Strongsville is one of the most populous cities in Cuyahoga County, it still has the feel of a small home town community of neighborhoods and parish families, Perciak says. "The community pride says a lot about the people who live and work here,” he says. “It is also apparent in our religious leaders and our wonderful civic organizations." Despite two uncertain and chaotic years, businesses remained strong in the city’s four business parks and other areas around the city, according to Brent Painter, Strongsville’s director of economic development. Meanwhile, the mayor says another type of park – the ›› Continued on page 12


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A GREAT TIME AT THE CABIN: The Strongsville Historical Society.

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Cleveland Metroparks Mill Stream Run reservation, which nearly bisects the town from the northwest to the southwest is the "jewel of the city." The Metroparks make up about twothirds of the city's nearly 3,200 acres of green space that offer a myriad of recreational opportunities and a tranquil respite from the bustle of city activity. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the size of Strongsville's green spaces exceed the size of many full cities in western Cuyahoga County.

Contrasting its ample park areas, the city's retail districts offer plentiful shopping and dining opportunities conveniently close to home. “The Strongsville Town Center Enhancement and Walkability Initiative is another example of how Strongsville steps up through a commitment to proactive budgetary management, excellence in safety forces, vibrant economic development and a dedication to first-rate community amenities and services,” Perciak says.

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Economic Development

Strongsville Continues to Grow

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Strongsville makes up just a fifth of one percent of

the land within the 18 county Northeast Ohio region - and only one percent of the region’s population. Yet, in 2020, Strongsville businesses accounted for ten percent of the region’s new nonretail jobs, reported Brent Painter, the city’s director of economic development. “Businesses in our four business parks – including many which have their corporate headquarters here in Strongsville – are doing very well,” Painter says. “It’s wonderful to see companies like Union Home Mortgage, Infinium Walls and Woodpecker Inc. continue to grow and hire more people.” Strongsville is an attractive location for new and relocating businesses partly because of the city’s strategic location, Painter says. "The Ohio Turnpike and I-71 intersect in our city, providing excellent access to the entire country, and the airport is just minutes away," he says. But the makeup of the community itself, Painter says, also makes it attractive to businesses. "Businesses need to be assured that they have access to a quality talent pool," he says. “They often ask about the partnerships we have in place, so having places like Polaris Career Center and Cuyahoga Community College helping to provide training for the local workforce is a plus. Another advantage we have is offering a high quality of life and abundant amenities. Ample retail and service options and recreational areas like the Cleveland Metroparks help to ensure that the city is a desirable community for talented people to settle into with their families."

Strongsville’s commercial and light industrial businesses may not be as conspicuous as its vibrant retail regions, but their success is vital to the city’s financial strength and its ability to provide municipal services. "Eighty-two percent of the city's general fund revenue comes from income tax collections, and the majority of the income tax comes from our business parks," Painter explains. The number and diversity of businesses in Strongsville helps to protect the city from reliance on one or two major employers, Painter emphasizes. None of the city’s largest employers - which include PNC Bank, Cleveland Clinic and the Strongsville City Schools – contributes more than three percent of its income tax base. “Some cities’ biggest employer accounts for a higher percentage of tax revenue than our top 25 combined,” he says. “That puts a city in a real bind if that company moves or goes out of business.” Much of the new development in the city’s business parks over the past couple years has centered on expanding companies that have their corporate headquarters in Strongsville. Union Home Mortgage, for example, opened its new training center and office building on Dow Circle in 2021. The $12 million investment, which created 450 new jobs, continued the company’s expansion that began with the purchase of a 24,000 square foot Dow Circle office building in ›› Continued on page 14

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2016. Since that time, the company purchased a 22,000 square foot building adjacent to its headquarters in 2018 and further expanded with the purchase of the 60,000 square foot former ITT office building. With the 2021 expansion, Union Home Mortgage is expected to employ about 700 people on the campus, placing the company among the top employers in the city, Painter said. Among the other Strongsville-headquartered businesses that have completed or are in the process of expanding are: Infinium Walls – The completion of a new $10.4 million, 120,000 square foot headquarters in the Strongsville Business & Technology Park is expected to create several hundred new jobs. The company moved to Strongsville in 2011, occupying a 26,000 square foot facility. Woodpecker Inc. – The woodworking equipment company purchased and moved into a 40,300 square foot building on Prospect Road in 2014, then more than doubled the facility’s size in 2018. In 2021, Woodpecker leased an additional 79,000 square feet of space in the Strongsville Business & Technology Park. CCL Industries Inc. – The world’s largest label maker is expected to begin construction of its new 106,000 square foot North American headquarters in 2022. In 2013, the city was in jeopardy of losing one of its largest employers when CCL acquired locally headquartered Avery Dennison Consumer Label Products. The company, however, chose to stay in Strongsville – retaining about 250 jobs – and the company proceeded with a 46,000 square foot expansion of its facility at the corner of Drake Road and Foltz Parkway. Plans to build a new $11 million building were approved in 2021. The expansion is expected to add an additional 132 jobs. Greller & Company – With the purchase of the 51,000 square foot office and manufacturing facility formerly owned by Oak Printing, in the Progress Drive Business Park, the manufacturer of welding equipment relocated its corporate headquarters to Strongsville from Middleburg Heights.

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Plidco – The manufacturer of pipeline repair products purchased the 233,000 square foot Alameda Drive building previously occupied by DeMag Plastics in 2020. In 2021, the company completed the relocation of its corporate headquarters and operations to Strongsville from Westlake. The $8 million building acquisition brought about 107 new jobs to the city. Newko Polymers – The manufacturer and distributor of engineered thermoplastics purchased its 68,000 square foot headquarters and production facility in the Progress Drive Business Park in 2017. In 2021, the company leased an additional 12,000 square feet in the business park to expand its operations. NCDS Medical Billing – In 2021, the 36-yearold, family-owned medical billing company purchased the 3,600 square foot former Alpha Graphics building in the Progress Drive Business Park to establish its new headquarters.


Meanwhile, Minnesotabased Scannell Properties, which constructed two multi-use buildings in the Strongsville Business & Technology Park in 2016 and 2020, plans to build a third building in 2022. The first two buildings, which total about 29,000 square feet of space, are occupied by XL Screw Company, Applied Industrial Technologies, Woodpecker Inc., Wayfair and Trico Braun. In all, Scannell’s investment in Strongsville is estimated at about $30 million, Painter said. On the more conspicuous retail and dining side, stores like Harbor Freight Tools and Strongsville’s second Discount Drug Mart opened in 2021, along with new eateries that serve cuisine that range from burgers to Mexican and Vietnamese fare. “During a period that was impacted by the pandemic, overall Strongsville businesses did very well in 2021,” Painter says. The city, working through local banks, helped to get

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City Overview Keeping Us Safe Strongsville is more than 25 square miles in size,

making it the largest suburb in Cuyahoga County. The city is geographically broken down into four political wards and nine zone assignments. Officers on each of three regular shifts are assigned to one of the nine beats as part of the Police Department's commitment to community-oriented policing. Of the 68 sworn officers on the department, 55 are assigned to the uniformed Patrol Division. All newly appointed officers begin their career attending the Ohio State Highway Patrol Academy, where the police cadets go through an intensive 18-week academy. Upon graduation, they undergo a 12-week field training program under the direction of a Field Training Officer. The Strongsville Police Department is proud of its relationship with the community we serve, including our city services partners, residents, businesses, schools, faith-based community, as well as the visitors to our beautiful city. We have a long history of community engagement, a relationship

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The Strongsville Police Department has been selected "Ohio's Best Agency for the Month of December 2021" by the Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police. Police Chief Mark Fender said the award reflects the

As we partner with our faith-based communities through active threat training, prayer services and other events, we are humbled by the gratitude they show us. Our uniformed patrol division makes community engagement a routine daily function. The Strongsville Police are active in a variety of ways throughout the community with programs such as: ■ The Look Before You Lock campaign mirror hangers ensure that a child is not forgotten in the vehicle. ■ K-9 teams are valuable law enforcement tools that improve the operating efficiency and effectiveness of the patrol division. Our K9s participate in lectures/demonstrations for many groups such as civic organizations and school functions, as well as our department’s Citizen Police Academy. ■ Shop With A Cop spreads joy and happiness to Strongsville children during the holiday season. ■ Safety Town is a fun, enlightening program that helps children about to enter kindergarten learn many safety lessons and rules while also participating in fun field trips to places like the fire and police stations. ■ On-site drug drop off location at the police station provides a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications. ■ Safe Communities is a community-based program designed to create awareness and prevent injuries caused by traffic crashes. ■ In October of 2020, the Strongsville Police Department received a grant from the Ohio Attorney General in the amount of $50,000 to combat the opioid epidemic. The grant funds a quick response team made up of a police officer, a fire medic, and a counselor. ■ The Citizens Police Academy (CPA) is a free, interactive program between citizens and the police, designed to help citizens become more aware of their police department, regulations, and the criminal justice system.

outstanding achievements by the officers, support staff, Southwest Emergency Dispatch and corrections officers. Strongsville was selected for recognition because of its superior community policing programs, which include its canine teams, Safety Town, Shop with a Cop, the 'look before you lock" initiative, DARE, drug takebacks, the Quick Response Team (for drug overdose survivors), citizen police academy, bike helmet program, its work with military veterans and more. "We applaud Chief Mark Fender and his entire team for their outstanding dedication to providing the citizens of Strongsville with an excellent opportunity to work together," the Law Enforcement Foundation Community Relations and Engagement Committee said. "it is obvious to our committee that this agency has led with a sincere desire to connect with those they serve." The Law Enforcement Foundation and the Ohio Police Chiefs launched the recognition program, called "Sharing Ohio's Best," in 2019 to highlight the amazing work that police agencies do and promote positive policing.

■ The Strongsville Police Department’s D.A.R.E. program has been “Keepin’ it Real” every year for more than 25 years. Officers teach Strongsville students lessons on decisionmaking skills, risk analysis, consequence recognition, and self-esteem building. To learn more about these and other ways the Strongsville Police are working to keep citizens safe, visit www.strongsville.org/departments/police.

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Strongsville Fire and Emergency Services To The Rescue Strongsville Fire and Emergency Services (SFES)

is an all-hazards emergency response organization that mitigates incidents by providing fire suppression, emergency medical services, hazardous materials response, and technical rescue services. Additionally, SFES provides many nonemergency functions such as: emergency management, fire prevention, and public education. SFES employs 68 firefighter/paramedics and operates out of four fire stations. SFES will celebrate its 100th anniversary as an established fire department in 2022; a beginning dating back to 1922 of the first volunteer fire department. SFES celebrated its 50th anniversary as full-time, career fire department in 2021. The City of Strongsville hired 12 full-time firefighters in 1971. In the past 50 years there have been significant changes in the fire service. Most notable to the type of services provided by fire departments is the administration of emergency medical services (EMS). EMS allows highly trained and equipped paramedics to begin treatment of the sick and injured at the location of an emergency. In effect, the hospital emergency department goes to the patient to assess, treat, stabilize, and transport the patient. This early access to prehospital medical care increases the chances of survival for victims of trauma, strokes, heart attacks, and sudden cardiac arrest. The American Heart Association has recognized

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Strongsville Fire and Emergency Services every year since 2014 with the Mission: Lifeline EMS Quality Achievement Award. The Mission: Lifeline Award recognizes EMS agencies for their excellence in the recognition, treatment, and transport to an appropriate facility of heart attack victims. Strongsville Fire and Emergency Services is one of only 33 agencies from across the United States that have received top honors every year. This award symbolizes the Department’s commitment to providing quality services to the residents of Strongsville. The Department is recognized for this high-quality cardiac care because of the medical support provided by Dr. Susan Tout, EMS Medical Director and Jackie Haumschild, EMS Coordinator from Southwest General Health Center in Middleburg Heights, Ohio.


City of Strongsville Financials Strongsville Schools 59.9%

Cuyahoga County 31.4%

City 8.7%

General Fund Revenues 2021 Income Taxes............................... $36,411,751...................77.0% Property Taxes................................... $496,179.....................1.0% Hotel/Motel...................................... $110,882.....................0.2% Intergovernmental......................... $1,114,353.....................2.4% Charges for Services....................... $2,701,469.....................5.7% Fines, Licenses, and Permits............ $1,667,127.....................3.5% Investment Earnings.......................... $409,966.....................0.9% Miscellaneous................................ $4,394,520.....................9.3% Totals.......................................... $47,306,247.................100.0%

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.

October 16, 2020 Moody’s Investors Service has assigned a “Aaa rating” to the City of Strongsville, the highest rating possible. The City of Strongsville is one of 15 Moody's Aaa rated communities in the State of Ohio (as of October 8, 2020)

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Chamber of Commerce

The Strongsville Chamber of Commerce Is

“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 to be a part of the framework of the community as it continues to grow. The Chamber offers a convenient way to meet new people, locate business opportunities, and access a vast array of information. All members of the Chamber receive emails and newsletters as well as a listing in our web membership directory. Membership benefits include Grand Openings, Ribbon Cuttings, Newsletters, Monthly Luncheon meetings, Business Amy Ferree, Executive After Hours events, Business Expo, and Director, Strongsville Chamber of Commerce much more. The Chamber also provides

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Top Left: Compound Fitness, 13191 Prospect Road, Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting. Top Right: Discount Drug Mart, 9133 Pearl Road, Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting. Right: New Chamber of Commerce Member “Hot Chicken Takeover.

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). This past December, the Strongsville Chamber of Commerce hosted the 54th Annual Holiday Scholarship Dance. The proceeds from the Holiday Scholarship Dance go toward awarding scholarships to Strongsville High School seniors. For many years, the Chamber has contributed the highest number of scholarships, with the highest dollar value, of any local organization. A donation is also made to the Sts. Joseph and John Schools Media Center. The Strongsville Homecoming Festival was a huge success in 2021 thanks to the efforts of countless volunteers and many generous sponsors. The proceeds from the Homecoming Festival benefit 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 Football Backers, Strongsville’s July 4th fireworks display, Winter Wonderland, the building of the Strongsville Food Bank and many more. Meet you on the Commons for the 80th Annual Homecoming Festival, July 13-16, 2022! The Strongsville Chamber of Commerce is located at 18829 Royalton Road, just across from the Commons. For more information, call 440-238-3366 or visit www.strongsvillechamber.com. Contact us and join the Chamber today!


Education

Dear Parents and Community Members: to be intimately involved through fundraisers, volunteer hours, and financial grants for the work being done inside City Schools’ Superintendent. Our District serves more and outside of our classrooms at each grade level. Our local than 5,600 students and consists of one preschool, five civic organizations and business community are also great elementary schools (grades K-5), one middle school (grades advocates and partners, as we continue to develop additional 6-8) and one high school (grades 9-12). Through our goals of ways for these organizations to participate in the growth and Academic Achievement & Growth, Financial Prudence, and development of our students. Community Engagement, we are building a District Our goal at Strongsville City Schools is to build of excellence and innovation and will continue our and strengthen a collaborative atmosphere, drive in becoming a premier District in the region dedicated to always working in the best interest and state. of our students. We need you as a partner for our These goals help to guide our work and ensure District to continue reaching our shared goal of that we are preparing our students for the many excellence for our students and community. We paths they will follow after graduation from appreciate the important connections being made Strongsville High School. Whether it is continuing Dr. Cameron M. Ryba between our schools, students, teachers, staff, and their education in a college/university setting, Superintendent our overall community. beginning their journey in a career, or serving in a I look forward to working with our parents and branch of our military, students are developing the community in the coming year. If I can be of any assistance, skills necessary to be successful and meaningful contributors please contact me at 440.572.7010 or cryba@scsmustangs. to society. Twenty-seven Advanced Placement courses, org. You can also visit our website (www.strongnet.org) for sixteen honors courses, and eleven Industrial Technology additional information about our District. courses are just a few of the choices students have in our Go Mustangs! robust curriculum offerings. Dr. Cameron M. Ryba Remaining fiscally responsible with the funding and Superintendent, Strongsville City Schools resources entrusted to us is of the highest importance to

It is my honor and privilege to serve as Strongsville

our District. As a District, we will be able to meet and exceed our commitment to the community to be financially stable through 2026-27 due to this stewardship by creating additional efficiencies to maximize the funding received. The efforts of our Treasurer’s Office have not gone unnoticed – they have received the Association of School Business Officials International Meritorious Budget Award for five straight years, recognizing excellence in preparation and presentation of our District’s budget, and have also been recognized for the second straight year with the 2020 Auditor of State Award with Distinction for its Financial Audit. 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 their students. Our PTA Council and PTA building units continue

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Education Rigorous, Diverse, Student Focused Programs • More than 5,600 students participate in exciting classroom environments supported by an accredited, comprehensive curriculum, diverse student activities and clubs, engaging teachers, and committed support staff • “The Model Mustang” is the District’s instructional plan that provides focus for all of our students (PreK-12) in developing essential skills for life-long success. • 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 • Four (4) National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalists for the 2021-22 school year • Athletics: State and Regional championships in boys’ and girls’ sports • A Google for Education Reference District, which recognizes excellence and thought leadership through the innovative use of technology.

The School Community Connection • Strongsville High School has partnered with local business representatives to form a Business Advisory Council, which works to

develop in classroom and out of classroom experiences, preparing our students for successful professional careers. • The District has formed a Diversity Council, composed of parents, teachers, staff, administrators, and community members to improve efforts to embrace and celebrate the growing diversity of our District. • Cooperative PTA Council, assisting and supporting all our schools to enrich every student’s educational experience. • Several parent booster organizations support student opportunities and experiences, both inside and outside of the classroom. • Partnership with the Strongsville Education Foundation, dedicated to raising and disbursing funds to support and foster creativity, innovation, and outstanding achievement for SCS students and teachers.

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 • 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, and 1:1 ratio of Chromebooks to students

Finances • Nationally recognized financial reporting for five straight years: • 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 Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (ACFR) • Recipient of the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for the District’s Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (ACFR)

District Awards • In 2021, Strongsville was one of 686 school districts nationwide to be recognized by National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM), and one of just 20 school districts in Northeast Ohio that received this prestigious award. • Strongsville High School Ranked #41 In Ohio on the U.S. News “Best High School” Annual Listing for 2021. • Strongsville Middle School was recognized as a 2020-2021 Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Distinguished School. SMS is one of just 176 PLTW Gateway programs across the country to receive this recognition, honoring districts and schools committed to increasing student access, engagement, and achievement in computer science, engineering, and biomedical science. • Whitney Elementary School received Purple Star renewal designation from the Ohio Department of Education in 2021, recognizing a commitment to students and families connected to our nation’s military.

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Polaris Prepares Students for Career Success! At Polaris Career Center, we provide real-world

learning opportunities for middle school, high school and adult education students. Our career-technical programs are offered at both our Middleburg Heights campus and at satellite locations throughout our partner communities. We serve more students than ever before - we offer innovative, hands-on programs that appeal to students from middle school age to adult education. We also provide students access to training and industry certifications that open the door to exciting careers right here in Northeast Ohio. We partner with 360 advisory council members (business owners, graduates, higher education partners and community organizations) to ensure our programs are relevant and meet or exceed employer expectations. In addition, we connect with colleges and universities which link Polaris students to FREE or reduced cost college credit. As a result, more than 70% of Polaris high school students pursue higher education. These are exciting times at Polaris. Our Middleburg Heights campus has been completely renovated, which includes major upgrades of all labs, classrooms, building

infrastructure, HVAC systems, the building exterior and common spaces. It also includes investments in state-of-theart equipment and technology in all labs and classrooms. The facility now boasts 257,000 square feet of new teaching and learning spaces, all designed to prepare Polaris high school and adult students for the careers of today AND tomorrow. Consider career-technical education, prepare for the challenges that lie ahead and achieve career success at Polaris Career Center! To find out more, call 440.891.7600 or visit www.polaris.edu. #PolarisMeansJobs

• Adult Education • Job & Career Training • Grades 7-12 • Career-Technical Training • College Credits • Industry Certifications • Hands-On Training • State-of-the-Art Labs & Classrooms

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Business & Community Leaders FIRST ROW (seated, left to right): Heather Srodek, Broker-Realtor, Howard Hanna; Lisa Puto, Owner, Crossroads Home Loans; Sandra Cipriani, General Manager, Triv’s Restaurant; Dr. Helen Torok, Owner, Trillium Creek Dermatology; Dr. Leah Butler, Owner, Butler family Dentistry; Tina Grant, Manager & Coach, Howard Hanna. SECOND ROW: Dr. Bradley Blackburn, Southwest General Health Center; Jana Florek, Owner, Budget Blinds; Richard S. Weiser DDS, Owner, Dental Sleep Apnea Therapy; Thomas P. Perciak, Mayor, City of Strongsville; Amy Feree, President, Strongsville Chamber of Commerce; John Zahrte, Pastor, Royal Redeemer Lutheran Church; Susan Heiser, Owner, Bullseye Activewear. THIRD ROW: Michelle & Chuck Thall, Owners, Raetrent Remodeling; Mark Florek, Owner, Budget Blinds; Dane Donaldson, Agent, State Farm Insurance; Brittany Swan, General Manager, Shinto Japanese Steakhouse

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& Sushi Bar; Daniel Sommers, Strongsville Manager, PSE Credit Union; Brad Bender, Owner, State Farm-Bender Insurance & Financial; Jim Heiser, Owner, Bullseye Activewear. Missing from Photo: Fred LoSchiavo, Owner, Antonio’s Pizza; Dr. William Aerni, William Aerni DDS; Cameron Ryba, Superintendent, Strongsville City Schools; Mary Siskovic, Owner, Today's Headlines Salon; Chad Gibson, General Manager, Bunker Hill Golf Course; Peter Opperman, Assistant Vice President, Farmer’s National Bank; James Ptasek, Founder & CEO, TA Check Financial; Brian Buckholz, Owner, Top Level Gaming; Mick Polo, President, NCDS Medical Billing; Brian Zimmerman, CEO, Cleveland Metroparks. Photo Location: Shinto Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar. Photographer: Andrea Bartel, Beverly David Photography.


A E R N I DEN TA L 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 dental offices can be found on almost every corner, exceptional practices are diamonds in the rough. And yes, Aerni Dental is one of those extraordinary diamonds.

An oral surgeon recommended

Practicing for over 30 years, Dr. William Aerni is a general dentist who also performs dental implants and orthodontics. He’s an out-ofthe-ordinary type of dentist who takes the time to listen to his patients and is never in a hurry. A graduate from Case Western Reserve University 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 himself and his team at the top of their game, they pursue countless hours of continuing education–far more than is Transparency, that is what required. I absolutely love about Dr. Aerni and his staff. Any recommendations are backed up with photos that clearly demonstrate the necessity of the recommended service. Technology, second to none, Dr. Aerni stays on top of what is new on the market and brings it to his clients. It is incredible how much can be accomplished in a single visit that used to take multiple visits. Education, they are great at explaining what it takes to have a good oral hygiene routine at home also.” – Leigh Anne B.

William M. Aerni, DDS are under. It’s one of the reasons why he is passionate about Tip Edge orthodontics. He believes it’s the most comfortable, quickest, and most cost effective way to achieve that beautiful smile for a lifetime.

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 his patients to be able to enjoy the calming beauty of nature while receiving the best dental care available.

In addition to having his office in Strongsville, Dr. Aerni and his wife raised their five children here too. As a family man, he understands the challenges and pressures families

While dental implants major surgery for an issue I may seem like something was experiencing for years. new to most people, it’s a Dr. Aerni recommended a different non surgical treatment very common procedure that alleviated my pain and at Aerni Dental. Dr. Aerni corrected my issue, saving me has been placing dental from undergoing surgery! I implants for over 28 years highly recommend him and his – experience you won’t practice!” – T. K. find at most 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. I have four teenage children and have taken them to Aerni Dental since my oldest was 6 years old. We have spent countless hours at the practice for bi-annual checkups, fillings, four sets of braces and whatever dental emergency my kids’ created. Since Dr. Aerni’s staff is fantastic at scheduling for a family, mom even got her appointments in too!!!! Dr. Aerni and his staff always took care of us like we were family, and their skills and professionalism always shined through. They have state of the art equipment, and make every effort to ensure you understand your options and follow up care. I don’t know how he does it, but Dr. Aerni also hires the absolute best hygenists and office staff. Want to give a special shout out to Jenny as she has cared for us our entire tenure at the practice. Since she has four kids as well, I looked forward to sharing war stories on my visits. Great service and great staff - can’t say enough about Dr. Aerni and his team!!!” – Katherine O.

New technology to Aerni Dental is LANAP Laser Surgery. Used to treat gum disease and regenerate bone and tissue, LANAP Laser Surgery is minimally invasive, destroys bacteria, and offers patients quicker recovery time than traditional surgery. For more information about LANAP, visit our website: https://aernidental.com. 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, the very same place he began his own implantology studies. He also enjoys outdoor activities and making memories with his family.

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

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Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) Platelet Rich Fibrin is a technology that uses your body’s own natural and powerful healing proteins and concentrated growth factors found with blood to rejuvenate skin, treat hair loss and speed recovery. With a simple blood draw, a concentration of natural growth factors in your own blood can be collected and used to stimulate and treat your skin. Following the various spin cycles, PRF injections and microneedling may then be utilized to infuse facial tissues and hair follicles with regenerative growth factors and cells that stimulate, repair and rejuvenate damaged areas within the body. Since no additives are used, it forms a “super” blood clot with significantly elevated concentrations of regenerative cells and growth factors capable of stimulating healing.

PRF is 3x more effective than PRP You may have heard of platelet rich plasma (PRP), a first generation platelet concentrate. One of the downsides of this procedure was that additional use of the anti-coagulants (chemical additives) prevents clotting and thereby diminishes the full potential benefits of platelet concentrates. Recent studies have show that PRF is up to 3 times more effective than its previous PRP formulations.

Call us at 440.238.1555 to book a FREE consultation or visit www.drweiser.com and click on the Care Esthetics tab to book an appointment. 11925 Pearl Rd., Suite 206 - Strongsville Richard S. Weiser, DDS

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Altenheim Senior Living

ltenheim is a not-for-profit life plan community offering several options to meet your needs. Shurmer Place offers comfortable senior and assisted living with a choice of efficiencies, and one-or two-bedroom suites. Safety, security, and personalized health care assistance are provided in a home-like setting. Kim Schulz, Director, states “Residents enjoy their lives to the fullest, while their families have the peace of mind knowing that services and care are available.” Shurmer Place Memory Assisted Living offers private suites, themed community areas and an open floor plan. “Personalized service is offered based on the resident’s individual functional and cognitive abilities. Peer socialization, specialized activity programming, structured routines and consistent caring staff enhance the quality of each resident’s day,” explains Beth Seese, RN, Director. Altenheim Therapy Rehab Center provides private rooms for patients recovering from orthopedic, cardiac, and neurological conditions that require therapy. The Center has a state-of-the-art gym and equipment to enable patients to return home as soon as possible. The Rehab Center was recently named by U.S. News & World as best in class for rehab services. The Rehab Center also provides outpatient services through Hand On Physical Therapy Specialists which treats individuals with pain, recovering from surgery, chronic pain or sports injuries. “Our experienced physical therapy specialists will customize a treatment plan to maximize each patient’s results,” notes Mary

Kinosh, RN, Director. Altenheim Nursing Home provides long term care for individuals needing the supervision of nurses, physicians, aides, and other health care providers. Altenheim has a long history of providing excellent care and has recently been named by Newsweek as one of the country’s best nursing homes. Altenheim at Home provides assistance with activities of daily living in the client’s own home by providing scheduled companion services and the advice of a nurse manager. Meals on Wheels provides shut-in Strongsville seniors delicious and nutritionally balanced meals delivered right to their doors by community volunteers. Paul Psota, CEO, states “What makes Altenheim Senior Living special is the compassionate, person centered care designed specifically to meet the changing health care needs of each of our clients.”

Paul Psota, CEO

Shurmer Place tours: 440-238-9001; Memory Assisted Living tours: 440-268-1048; Therapy Rehab Center and Altenheim tours: 440-238-3361; Outpatient Therapy Services: 440-238-0300; Altenheim at Home: 440-878-5295 and Meals on Wheels: 440-238-3361 X1173 www.altenheim.com

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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 team 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 in-home 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.

Mark & Jana 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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Bullseye Activewear and Promotions Celebrates 30 Years!

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s one of Ohio’s leading suppliers of custom screen printing, embroidery and promotional products, Bullseye Activewear and Promotions is proud to announce that they are celebrating their 30th anniversary in 2022. Like many small businesses, Bullseye Activewear started out as a part-time, garage-based business back in 1992. Bullseye quickly outgrew its home-based roots and moved to Brunswick to expand their operation. In 2011, the company needed more space again and moved to the Brunswick Industrial Park - North. As the customer base and the size of the orders grew, a building expansion was planned. In 2018, the company constructed a 4,200 square foot addition which increased production space, gave a dedicated area for vehicle lettering and expanded the warehouse. The completion of that addition gives the company close to 11,000 square feet under one roof.

Bullseye is proud to service local businesses, schools, churches, fortune 500 companies, and even professional sports teams. “We take great pride in our customer satisfaction. A recent independent survey of our customers, conducted by Cleveland State University, showed that 98% of our current customers would recommend us to others,” states Jim. “None of our success would be possible without having a great, dedicated staff and loyal customers who continually refer us to other businesses that need our services,” says Susan. Jim and Susan proudly explain “Thank you to our current customers for their past patronage and helping us to achieve this 30-year milestone. We look forward to continuing to work with our current customers as well as to welcoming new customers to the Bullseye family.”

Bullseye Activewear • 2947 Nationwide Pky., Brunswick 330-220-1720 • bullseyeactivewear.com

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Cleveland Metroparks

Find Your Path at Cleveland Metroparks Mill Stream Run Reservation

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he natural beauty of Cleveland Metroparks has long been a highlight of the Strongsville community. Since 2010, under Cleveland Metroparks CEO Brian Zimmerman, Mill Stream Run Reservation in Cleveland Metroparks has grown nearly 10%, adding more forests, streams and wetlands under its protection and providing greater opportunities for people to connect with nature. With approximately two million recreational visits each year, Mill Stream Run Reservation is Cleveland Metroparks third most popular reservation, thanks to year-round highlights

like Wallace Lake, The Chalet and its twin toboggan chutes and over 33 miles of paved, natural surface and equestrian trails. For decades, families have gathered, exercised and explored the reservation, creating lasting memories and connections with the natural world — including the award-winning park district’s CEO Brian Zimmerman. As a resident of Strongsville, it’s not uncommon to catch Zimmerman biking along the parkway, traversing the 108-steps of The Chalet throughout the year, or hiking with his wife, son and family dog, Eli, along the reservation’s extensive trail network. In addition to growing in size, Mill Stream Run Reservation has seen many improvements over the past decade including the Royalview mountain Brian M. Zimmerman, Chief Executive Officer, Cleveland Metroparks bike trail, Go Ape Treetop Adventure and Valley Parkway Connector Trail that links to Brecksville Reservation. Following recent stream and wetland improvements in 2021, Bonnie Park will see new improvements including new riverside seating, interpretive signage and fishing hotspots.

For more information visit www.clevelandmetroparks.com or call 216-635-3200.

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They are a proud team of originators, processors, underwriters who all invest back into the local community.

Client Service First Crossroads Home Loans is a local Medina mortgage wholesaler founded in 2008. They offer a fast web-based platform to accommodate the consumer online or in person. Lending made easy is more than a slogan. This is what you find when you work with Crossroads Home Loans. • Go DOC-LESS Today: Complete application, upload documents, submit and Go! • As little as 3% Down Payment and NO Mortgage Insurance • 1% down Conventional Loan Product

“We believe in not just guiding loans through a process with competitive interest rates and costs, but we take it a step further through efficiencies in technology & innovation while consistently rolling out new products and solutions. We have always believed in being relationship-driven— not transactiondriven!” says Lisa Puto, owner. Crossroads is quick to team up with your local Lender, Realtor, CPA & financial planner to put your needs first. Whether you are purchasing or refinancing, they are ready to close your mortgage or commercial transaction.

*Rates and terms are subject to change based on market conditions without notice. This is not an offer of a commitment to lend, must be approved. Crossroads Loans dba, a division of Crossroads Financial of NE Ohio, LLC. NMLS 252654 MB 803916

Lisa Puto, Mortgage Banker Owner NMLS 284925 LO 015669 NMLS 252654 MB 803916

Find out what makes Crossroads Financial stand out from the rest. Contact them today for all of your Mortgage needs! Call 440-638-5280 l www.crossroadsloans.com

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Royal Redeemer Lutheran Church & School

here is a powerful truth found in the Old Testament book of Joshua: “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.” (Joshua 1:9) This passage reminds us to give God our troubles, knowing that He is always with us! At Royal Redeemer, you can find needed encouragement and discover God’s unique plan for your life. Discover truths that’ll change you as an individual, as well as enrich your life with the power of God’s Word. Whether you’re looking for a reassuring message or great programs and resources for everyone in the family, they’re here for you. Royal Redeemer is a church and school that’s all about building relationships, raising strong families, and staying connected to the community through the love God offers all people in Jesus Christ. They’d love for you to be a part of their church and school family.

Each weekend at Royal Redeemer you’ll find a relaxed and friendly atmosphere with inspiring worship music and a practical, relevant message. Children are well-cared for in their loving, quality nursery or in their fun-filled kids program called, Redeemer Kids. “We do what we do here at Royal Redeemer because we have a love worth demonstrating, a journey worth walking, a truth worth holding, a message worth sharing, and a joy worth living! Ultimately, our desire is to share the love of Christ with all people,” exclaims Pastor John Zahrte. Traditional and contemporary Sunday services are available onsite and online. Visit Royal Redeemer’s website to learn more. Come join us – you’ll be glad you did!

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Trillium Creek Dermatology

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Your Skin Experts

rillium Creek Dermatology is a family-owned and operated business with four locations throughout Northeast Ohio. Their Medical Directors, Drs. Helen and Leonard Torok, have been serving the community for over 45 years, treating over 3,000 skin conditions. There are few places in the country offering the quality care, innovation, and state-ofthe-art procedures that are available at Trillium Creek Dermatology. Their team of skin experts is comprised of Dermatologists, Mohs surgeon, Physician Assistants, and Cosmetic Nurses. Working as a collaborative team, they offer world-class skin care by using the latest techniques and technologies in the industry. Trillium Creek’s staff is highly trained to diagnose and treat babies, children, teens and adults with a range of skin care issues such as acne, rashes,

warts, autoimmune diseases, skin cancers, and much more. They also offer a wide variety of anti-aging cosmetic procedures including Botox®, fillers, and lasers to help turn back the hands of time.

The newest Trillium Creek Dermatology is located at 2865 Center Road, #5.

Trillium Creek’s practices are located in Medina, Wooster, Wadsworth, and Brunswick, OH. The Medina location has been in operation since June 2003 at 5783 Wooster Pike and our newest location in Brunswick has been in operation since September 23, 2020 inside the Sherman’s Corner Professional Park, conveniently located off I-71 and Route 303. They have online scheduling, virtual visits, and same day appointments.

Dr. Helen Torok, Founder

Call 330-725-0569 or visit www.TCOhio.com to schedule an appointment or to learn more about all the conditions they treat and the cosmetic services offered.

Trillium Creek Dermatology • 2865 Center Rd., #5, Brunswick 330-725-0569 www.trilliumcreekohio.com

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Antonio’s Pizza

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 and four generations in business, they’ve grown to 16 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 Italian-style pizza, and many of their other classic Italian dishes. Vincent, Fred and Anthony LoSchiavo, Co-owners Fred is grateful and puts it simply, “our customers and employees are the reason we have become the great American success story that we are today.”

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

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had Gibson is the General Manager at Bunker Hill Golf Course in Medina, where he continues his passion for the community as host of two local high school golf teams and the Special Olympics. As a Medina County native who’s worked at Medina County Golf Courses and Event Centers for 34 years, his philosophy of giving shows in networking, community involvement, investing in and helping individuals, families, and businesses succeed. Chad has hosted over 2,500 fundraisers that have accumulated over $3,000,000 given back to our local schools, churches, military, scouts, families in need, and non-profits. Over the years, Chad and his team have developed a niche in hosting and co-chairing events to help the community. Chad spent several years as a director and a volunteer for local Chambers and non-profit organizations. He is a current Chad Gibson, General Manager, Bunker Hill Golf Course member in BNI with past leadership roles as President, Vice President, Mentor, and Ambassador. Bunker Hill Golf Course • 3060 Pearl Road, Medina • 330-722-4174 www.bunkerhillgolf.com


Leah M. Butler, DDS

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r. Leah Butler is a graduate of The Ohio State University, earning her bachelor’s in Microbiology and D.D.S. degree. She currently resides in Strongsville with her husband Rich and new baby daughter. Rich is a police officer in Berea. Dr. Butler’s younger sister, Paige, is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy and is a Navy pilot. Dr. Butler is very proud of her family and all members of the police force and armed forces, past and present. Dr. Butler’s practice emphasizes preventive dental care and helping patients achieve total oral health. She enjoys the artistic and cosmetic aspects of dentistry and loves helping patients realize their ideal smile. She continuously pursues training with the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, is certified to administer injectable lip and dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle treatments and is an Invisalign® provider. Dr. Butler is an active member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, American Academy of Facial Leah M. Butler, DDS Esthetics, Academy of General Dentistry, American Dental Association, Ohio Dental Association, and Greater Cleveland Dental Society. Butler Family Dentistry 16000 Pearl Rd., Suite 17, Strongsville 440-238-4456 www.leahbutlerdds.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. Do you need coverage for home, auto, life, health, or your business? Stop in at 11220 Pearl Road in Strongsville, call them at 440-268-0600, view their website at www.danedonaldson.com or send Dane A. Donaldson, Owner an email to dane@sf007.net. You’ll be glad you did! 11220 Pearl Road • 440-268-0600 • www.danedonaldson.com

Howard Hanna

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oward Hanna is synonymous with the long-term tradition of excellent service and community involvement in Cuyahoga and Medina Counties. Their agents are rated excellent in market statistics, real estate knowledge, community awareness and involvement. Their representation for sellers and buyers is beyond reproach. Howard Hanna is a “ONE STOP” real estate service. Not only will the Howard Hanna Team of agents help you find an investment property, first home or your forever home, they offer financing (Howard Hanna Mortgage Services), title/escrow services and insurance, all for your convenience. Buyers consider Strongsville an amazing find due to the wide range of pricing, easy access to major freeways, shopping, restaurants, downtown, with modern amenities while still maintaining the Hometown feeling. If you are thinking about starting a NEW CAREER, give Tina a call to learn all Howard Tina Grant, Office Manager Hanna has to offer; training, unlimited income potential, control of your working hours. Call Tina Grant, Manager of the Howard Hanna Strongsville office, and become a part of their prestigious team of agents. Howard Hanna’s Strongsville office is located at 12333 Pearl Rd. Call 440-238-1400 or visit www.howardhanna.com

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ock solid for more than 130 years. Founded in 1887, Farmers National Banc Corp. is a diversified financial services company headquartered in Canfield, Ohio. Farmers National Banc Corp.’s wholly-owned subsidiaries are comprised of The Farmers National Bank of Canfield, a full-service national bank engaged in commercial and retail banking with 48 locations in Mahoning, Trumbull, Columbiana, Stark, Summit, Portage, Wayne, Medina, Geauga and Cuyahoga counties in Ohio and Beaver County in Pennsylvania; Farmers Trust Company, which operates five trust offices and offers services in the same geographic markets and Farmers National Insurance, LLC. Pete Opperman shares “By providing a practical and personal approach to business and lending practices, we help the people and businesses in our communities thrive. And we’re committed to finding innovative Pete Opperman, NMLS#434545 Assistant Vice President, solutions for our customers, associates, Commercial Lending Relationship Manager shareholders and the community for many years to NMLS:434545 come.” For more information, visit farmersbankgroup.com www.strongsville.org

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ultivating relationships is the foundation of Heather’s business and her success. With 16+ years in the business and over $150 million in career sales, Heather has become a go-to agent in Strongsville due to her market knowledge, approachability, professionalism, processes, and savvy. “My business has a strong referral base. There is nothing I appreciate more than knowing someone trusted me enough to refer me to a friend, family member or colleague; it’s a true honor.” Heather takes pride in what she does and how she represents her clients. “My clients appreciate that I offer a personalized approach to the process, advocate for them and keep them on track to reach their end goal. Heather Srodek, Even beyond the sale, I am invested in Associate Broker & REALTOR® my clients and always stay in touch.” Whether you’re buying or selling, Heather will devise a plan specifically for you.

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ince its founding in 1985, NCDS Medical Billing, a familyowned business, has worked alongside multi-specialty medical practices and healthcare providers to deliver top-tier medical billing solutions. They are committed to automating and improving the efficiency of their healthcare office processes, billing practices and accounts receivable collections. NCDS maintains an unwavering commitment to working closely with their valued clients to help them optimize their billing practices to make sound decisions for the future. In August, NCDS relocated to Strongsville, and commenting on this important move, President Mick Polo expressed, “We’re excited by the ample opportunities to grow our business and expand our offerings of full-service billing and Revenue Cycle Management to the Strongsville community, serving Mick Polo, President healthcare providers and equipping them with the best and right tools and support for success.”

Reach out to Heather by calling 216-544-7171 or visit www.HeatherSrodekHomes.com

NCDS Medical Billing 19645 Progress Dr., Strongsville 888-876-8833 www.ncdsinc.com

PSE Credit Union

Chuck & Michelle Thall - Owners

hat started more than 65 years ago as a credit union for the Parma school teachers is now a thriving notfor-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 18,000 members throughout Cuyahoga and Medina Counties and makes educating kids about finances a core part of its mission. “As part of our commitment to kids, we take our mascot Pennie the PSE Puppy into schools and teach Daniel Sommers, Branch Manager kids as young as kindergartners to save money through our Pennie Club,” says Sommers.

aeTrent Remodeling was established in 2016, and is truly a family owned and operated business. Owners Chuck and Michelle Thall run the day-to-day operations. “We are constantly striving to bring that personal touch to our customers. It’s difficult at times, but we work hard to do our best in communicating with the customer. With the current supply chain issues, it’s even more important.” says Michelle. The name RaeTrent came from two of their children, Rachel and Trent, with a third child Mackenzie in the mix as well. Their motto of “the name means family” comes from the family atmosphere and ideals that they bring with their company and with their customers. Always quality products with a professional install, RaeTrent Remodeling Michelle & Chuck Thall, Owners provides their customers with new windows, vinyl siding, complete roofing replacement, entrance doors and gutters to beautify their home. Strongsville residents since 2005, they want to be the resource to call when a home improvement is needed.

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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 2004, and now in Westlake, offers a contemporary atmosphere that features the best in sushi and Japanese cuisine prepared hibachi style by entertaining tableside chefs. The spacious Brittany Swan, environment is inviting for people of all ages. General Manager 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 you experience at Shinto are what makes it special.”

ender Insurance and Financial Services, Inc. (Brad Bender State Farm) is centrally located to serve the community at 13022 Pearl Rd. Suite 1, right in front of the Strongsville Middle School. Brad, the owner and agent, leverages 20+ years of experience working directly with customers and leading teams working directly with customers to position them for success. Protecting families’ homes, cars, incomes and other concerns is foundational to our work. Our assistance does not end there for our trusting families: retirement, education and legacy are just a few examples of where our customer’s needs take us. Providing an outstanding and responsive customer experience necessitates an outstanding team. Our team is experienced helping families and businesses, day in and day out. We invite you to stop by, call in or click over to sfbenderagency.com and read Brad Bender, Agent more about our team and our offering! GO MUSTANGS!

Shinto Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar • 17070 Pearl Road in Strongsville 440-878-3868 & 857 Columbia Road in Westlake 440-772-5017 • www.shintoexperience.com

13022 Pearl Rd., Suite 1, Strongsville, OH 44136 440-572-2688 • www.sfbenderagency.com

Dr. Matt Gaebelein

Southwest General Medical Group, Inc.

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trongsville Smile Keepers is the place to be! With over 25 years of experience, Dr. Matt Gaebelein’s guarantee of excellence is evident in his passion for dentistry. One only has to visit their state-of-the art facility to witness his commitment to high-quality dentistry. From the latest x-ray equipment, to same day crowns, patients are treated with innovative care. Dr. Gaebelein’s warm demeanor makes his office a friendly and inviting place. They serve patients from all over Northeast Ohio and have patients that travel from different states to receive their great care. Dr. Gaebelein is a fellow with the Academy of General Dentistry. Only 6% of dentists achieve this recognition. He is a Senior Master Provider in Fastbraces Orthodontic Technology and has given hundreds of children and adults beautiful smiles. You can be confident that when you Dr. Matt Gaebelein enter Strongsville Smile Keepers you will be treated like family. Strongsville Smile Keepers is located at 17112 Pearl Road in Strongsville 440-508-4566 www.strongsvillesmilekeepers.com

Minimally Invasive Treatment

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r. Bradley Blackburn is a fellowship-trained, boardcertified interventional radiologist. In his practice, Southwest General Medical Group, Inc. – Interventional Radiology, he specializes in the use of minimally invasive, image-guided procedures for diagnosis and treatment. Dr. Blackburn offers patients a wide range of procedures, including interventional pain management, biopsies, arthrography and High Field Open MRI, at Southwest General’s Strongsville Medical Center. He has special expertise in the use of sedation during MRI testing for patients who would otherwise not be able to complete the exam, due to pain or anxiety. Prior to joining Southwest General, Dr. Blackburn established the MSN Imaging Center, one of a select few in the country to combine multi-modality imaging with interventional special procedures in an outpatient environment. Dr. Blackburn is welcoming current and new patients who have a physician referral for care. For Dr. Bradley Blackburn more information or to make an appointment, call 440-863-4250. Southwest General Medical Group, Inc. – Interventional Radiology 18181 Pearl Road, A 102, Strongsville 440-863-4250 www.strongsville.org

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Trust, Integrity and Experience

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Ta-Check Financial

ames Ptacek, Founder and CEO of Ta-Check Financial, has been in the financial industry for over 30 years. He has been helping everyday families and local businesses pursue their financial goals through a customizable approach, designed to fit your current needs and future goals. Whether you are just starting out or ready to retire, they have strategies for all major milestones and every moment in between. James will help you plan diligently by understanding your entire financial portfolio, starting with your taxes. He will help you create strategies in line with your personal and financial goals by first identifying your values. Your initial appointment with Jim will include a complimentary financial assessment to help him understand your background, allowing him to James Ptacek, Founder and CEO assist you in pursuing your goals! Securities and advisory services offered through LPL Financial, a registered investment advisor, member FINRA/ SIPC. Ta-Check Financial is a separate legal entity and not affiliated with LPL Financial. LPL Financial does not offer tax advice or tax-related services.

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ocated in the heart of Strongsville, Trivs restaurant offers fresh, made to order dishes, an extensive wine list and unique hand-crafted cocktails! Live entertainment in the lounge, happy hour on the heated patio or a cozy dinner in the dining room… Trivs has it all, including an eclectic music venue Wednesday through Saturday. Lunch and dinner menus change seasonally, featuring the freshest local ingredients. The Chef is happy to accommodate special requests to please every guest. The casual elegance and uncompromising service along with the assurance that the staff and customers health, safety, and wellbeing are the top priority make this a Strongsville staple. Mike Trivisonno Jr. is not only the owner but the man behind a guarantee that you will have a truly unparalleled experience every time. The private dining room is an ideal space to host your special events, business meetings, showers, rehearsal dinners, or any day that is Sandra Cipriani, General Manager special to you. This local restaurant seeks to make each guest feel like a family member in their home.

Ta-Check Financial Strongsville Office 7979 Pearl Road | 440-891-1200 | www.ta-check.com Conveniently located at the corner of Pearl and Sprague

17100 Royalton Road, Strongsville 440-238-8830 • Trivsstrongsville.com

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op Level Gaming, the brainchild of Brett Buckholz, a professional gamer, became a reality three years ago, with his goal of establishing a family-friendly environment where gamers, both experienced and novice, could compete and play on the latest equipment and fastest gaming speeds available. Both individually and in a team setting, Top Level Gaming has grown to include over 45 high end computers with access to all internet and E-Sport games, X-Box and Play Station consoles, virtual reality gaming and pinball. TLG has the fastest internet speeds available, bringing players in to compete and play at the highest level. With many colleges now offering scholarships in E-Sport gaming, the need for a facility like Top Level Gaming has grown. TLG proudly hosts High School gaming teams and many tournaments going on in their spacious 6000 sq. ft. facility. Brian Buckholz, Owner Whether it is hourly, daily, or monthly, TLG has the plan for you with very affordable pricing. All are welcome and assistance is provided for the novice gamer so come check out the TLG experience. Game On! Top Level Gaming E Sports Facility • 6933 Pearl Rd., Middleburg Heights 440-821-4021 • www.toplevel-gaming.com

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t Today’s Headlines, the creation of your beauty is a blend of science, art, and talent” explains salon owner, Mary Siskovic. “Our stylists are highly trained and professionally educated to help you reach your hair goals. We use only industry leading products so you can experience the best that beauty has to offer. When you leave, you’ll be looking and feeling your very best!” The friendly, relaxed atmosphere provides consistent results for clients, as well as a balance of personal and professional life for employees. The salon specializes in customized color and hairworks, offering the #1 Italian hair color in the world, as well as organic color. “Thorough consultations ensure we choose the perfect products and techniques that fit your lifestyle. Mary Siskovic, Owner We prescribe the very best products and tools, then educate you on how to use them to maintain your hair until your next visit.” 18320 Royalton Road, Strongsville 440-572-2414 www.todaysheadlinesalon.com


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Where the Creation of Your Beauty is a Blend of Science, Art, and Talent! Services Balayage and Blonding Fully Customized Hair Color Hair Cutting & Hair Works Sugaring & Waxing Make-Up & Bridal Packages Spa Manicures & Pedicures On Trend Nail Art

Professional Lines 440-572-2414 | todaysheadlinesalon.com 18320 Royalton Rd Strongsville, OH (Greens of Strongsville, next to Heinens) Book Your Appointment Today!

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Health & Wellness Hospice Care Could Be the Right Choice What is Hospice Care?

Hospice care is a specialized form of medical care designed to meet the needs of patients whose goals of care are shifting from curative to comfort care and quality, end-oflife care. The goal of hospice care is to provide the terminally ill patient and their family—as early as possible—with the support and resources needed to help the patient manage pain and other symptoms so that their last days may be spent with dignity, surrounded by their loved ones.

Who is Eligible for Hospice Care?

A patient is eligible for hospice care when it is determined that pursuing other treatment will not benefit the patient, and quality of life becomes the focus. Patients can remain in their home with the ones they love. Additionally, hospice care may benefit patients and families who are feeling overwhelmed when medical treatment did not meet expectations. Hospice care is generally a covered benefit by Medicare, Ohio Medicaid and most major insurance plans.

Care Close to Home

Southwest General offers hospice care at any location the patient calls home—in their actual dwellings, nursing homes or assisted living apartments. For urgent needs in the home, 24-hour, on-call staff is available. Additionally, for those who need 24-hour medical supervision for symptom relief or a place for patients who have caregivers in need of respite care, we offer The Thomas P. Perciak Family Residential Hospice, in Strongsville. This 10-bed facility offers a home-like environment and compassionate, comprehensive inpatient care from professional hospice staff. Our Hospice Services team members are certified in hospice and palliative care and include a medical director, nurses, nursing assistants, social workers, spiritual care providers, bereavement coordinators and trained volunteers. To learn more, or for an information-only consultation, call 440-816-5040.

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

See the Difference. Feel the Comfort. Hospice Services of Southwest General

Dr. Matt Gaebelein and team proudly serving all your dental needs in one location! Including: Fastbraces, Implants, Dr. Matt Gaebelein Bonding, Preventative Care, Same Day Crowns & Bridges, Whitening, Fillings, 3D X-rays, Root Canals, and more. Our practice has been voted “Best Dentist” by Medina County Gazette’s Best of the Best Awards for 5 consecutive years.

To explore all your hospice options, call 440-816-5040.

New Patient Promo: Comprehensive exam and 3D panoramic X-ray for $99 (Over $280 value). Plus.. All new patients receive a FREE GIFT!

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provides patients and their families comprehensive, holistic care in the comfort of their own home or at our residential hospice in Strongsville. Either way, our mission is to help provide dignity and meaning in the last days of life. Southwest General also provides extensive bereavement counseling to help families cope with and then adjust to life without their loved one.

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Better Care for Mom & Baby is Moving in Next Door.

Coming in 2022

NEW Southwest General Level II Neonatal Special Care Nursery & Maternity Care Unit to Serve Expectant Mothers as Early as 32 Weeks. Our Maternity Unit will soon double its current size while adding a higher level of care for both moms and babies — elevating from Level I care (35+ weeks of pregnancy) to Level II care (32+ weeks of pregnancy). This will make Southwest General the only Level II Neonatal Special Care Nursery & Maternity Care facility in southwestern Cuyahoga County and northern Medina County — meaning that moms and babies who need extra medical attention can receive the specialized care they need right here, closer to home. We’re proud to be filling the need for advanced maternity and newborn care — all within minutes of home for moms and babies.

Our new facilities will include: • Level II Neonatal Special Care Nursery & Maternity Care

• Enhanced Visitor Waiting Areas & Support Spaces

• Renovated Postpartum Rooms

• Upgraded Labor and Delivery Suites & Operating Rooms

• A Well-Baby Nursery

I-71 at Bagley Road | Middleburg Heights | 440-816-5050 | swgeneral.com


Seniors

Welcome to the Ehrnfelt Senior Center You will notice many welcome changes at the Senior Center. Please come out and join us!

1. No more temperature checks 2. One-way traffic in and out of the entrance will remain in effect

3. Mask wearing will be at the customer’s discretion 4. No more social distancing 5. If you are not a member of the senior center, you will be required to pay a drop-in fee for any class you want to take 6. Breakfasts are available for in-person eating or take-out 7. Lunches will only be available by the take-out option (call the day prior to order a lunch) Hot lunches for carryout are available Monday through Friday at the Senior Center. Order by noon the day before and pick up between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. You can order multiple days' meals at the same time. You can also order a 32-ounce container of fresh, homemade soup each weekday by ordering it by noon the day before you want to pick it up. Orders can be called in at 440-580-3268. We offer 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. Up to date activities schedules and hours can be found on our website at www.strongsville.org/departments/senior-center.

A peaceful woodland setting and comfortable amenities await at Pearl Crossing, a Strongsville Independent Living community. Call or drop by to learn more about why our residents call Holiday home.

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Homes & Real Estate

Home of the “No Questions Asked” Warranty!

Buying and Selling That Perfect Home Looking to sell your Strongsville home? Considering

upsizing or downsizing or buying that perfect first home? We understand times are different and we are here to help you through the process Have you heard the following statements lately? “My agent helped us to get multiple offers with their unique marketing strategies.” “My agent guided us through accepting an offer with a “Price escalation addendum.” “My agent advised us how to make the most money in the safest possible way in today’s uncertain times.” “We received over asking price quickly and safely due to the agents marketing and connections.” At Howard Hanna we can run a report for you that will show you HOW MANY buyers Howard Hanna has in their system currently looking for a home LIKE YOURS. We HAVE the buyers! Ask your local Howard Hanna agent for a “Buyers Market Analysis” to find out if those are phrases you will soon be happily saying! Contact your local Howard Hanna Realtor to find out how the local trends in 2020 have affected the value of your home. Please call 440-238-1400 for a free analysis as to how many buyers we have for your home as well as an updated valuation of your home. The market has changed and so has the value of your home! You may be pleasantly surprised!

Custom Shutters, Blinds, Draperies and More. FREE In-home Consultation Professional Measuring and Installation 30% off Signature and Enlightened Style Brand Products

Jana Florek, Budget Blinds Serving Strongsville 440-572-2480 www.budgetblinds.com/strongsville www.strongsville.org

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Homes & Real Estate Room Additions • Finished Basements Bathroom Renovations • Kitchen Renovations Interior/Exterior Renovations Custom Mill Work • Roofing/Siding Windows/Doors Family Owned & Operated Custom Closet Systems 12001 Prospect Rd., Ste. A1 • Strongsville Deck/Exterior Living www.rakalfas.com And Much More...

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A Career change may be the perfect place to find your HAPPINESS! We are looking to hire two people to work as Realtors for the Howard Hanna Strongsville office. A career in real estate means flexibility, in your time and your income. Are you a “people person”? Would you enjoy making your own schedule and determining your own income? If so, becoming a Realtor may be the perfect fit for your new 2021 Tina Grant career choice. If you do not currently hold a license to sell real estate in the state of Ohio, Howard Hanna can educate you and help you through that process! There are local and online colleges’ where you can complete the necessary schooling in as little as four weeks. Just think, you could be a month or so away from a new career. This last year has brought many changes in the world, and one of those for many people has been a reassessment of how they are spending their working and personal hours. Real estate allows you to work flexibly from home or from the office. If you are achievement oriented and enjoy taking on challenges, dependable, and adaptable and love working with people, please give me a call today so we can schedule a phone interview right away! Tina Grant, Manager Strongsville Howard Hanna 330-741-0112.


Design and Decorating Trends for 2022 Trends come and go and can change as quick as a

wink, as events of the past two plus years has proven. Our homes were once used for quality time during the evenings and weekends and now our spaces are used for living, sleeping, eating, relaxing, office and workspace, classrooms, workout room and restaurant. The trends you will be seeing in 2022 run the full spectrum and your home is in for an aesthetically pleasing year ahead.

Grandmillennial Style – embracing traditional and

classic design, but with a fresh twist of youth. Buy vintage and mix it with some new to create your own unique look.

Luxe Touches – large, statement pieces, velvet, metallic accents, and mirrored details will spruce up your rooms and make things look shiny and new. Pet-Friendly Furnishings – Tailor your surroundings to

feature pieces inspired by your pet and offer a comfortable place for them to lounge.

Statement Pieces – Embrace jewel-toned fabrics, bold

stripes, and whimsical florals for a more modern feel to your couches and easy chairs.

Sophisticated Studies – With remote work still very

much a part of our lives, functional but beautiful offices are becoming the norm. Think about how your home functions and maybe add a beautiful secretary that you can close at the end of the workday. Wallpaper, bold colors, inspiring window treatments and clever storage solutions are small ways to enhance your office space. ›› Continued on page 42

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Earthy Touches – Experiment with earth tones in a variety of patterns and plush textures in soothing green and brown tones, resulting in an oh-so-cozy home.

Kitchen Trends – The heart of your home, your kitchen

should speak to your aesthetic and budget. Update your kitchen island with a bright, bold color to accent the rest of your cabinets. Upgrade your countertops with beautiful travertine or quartzite to give your room a refresh. Invest in a new oven range or an entire appliance replacement. Pay attention to details such as where plugs and lights are placed when redesigning your kitchen. Add your pops of color with dish towels and dinnerware. What might be next for you? What piques your interest? Keep an open mind and enjoy making your updates as personal as you are.

Serving your commercial needs for landscaping and snow removal in Strongsville and surrounding areas

CONGRATULATIONS: Woody Woodward, (l) executive director of the Ohio Parks and Recreation Association, presents Jason with his first-place award.

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Huge congrats to Jason Keppler, one of our recreation supervisors, for winning a first-place statewide award from the Ohio Parks and Recreation Association. He was selected for the award over 200 other applicants. When the coronavirus shut down the sports programs he normally oversees last year, Jason came up with three virtual challenges that would still allow kids to be active, compete and have fun. More than 200 people participated in the Youth Basketball Trick Shot Challenge, the Youth Fishing Derby and the Family Sports Scavenger Hunt.


Strongsville Recreation

Parks and Amenities

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1) RecPark #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 1/2 mile paved walking path, vending machines, restrooms, pavilion with picnic tables and bocci ball courts are located here near the playground. 6) Surrarer 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. 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. 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. B occi 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 the facilities.

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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 building@strongsville.org

Fire Dept., Non-emergency 440-580-3210 fire@strongsville.org

Police, Non-emergency 440-580-3230 police.records@strongsville.org

City Council Office 440-580-3110

Human Resources 440-580-3137

Communications Center 440-580-3190 katie.grace@strongsville.org

Law Department 440-580-3145 strongsville.law@strongsville.org

Recreation - Walter F. Ernfelt Community Recreation & Senior Complex 440-580-3260 bryan.bogre@strongsville.org

Economic Development 440-580-3118 brent.painter@strongsville.org

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

Engineering Department 440-580-3120 chris.thompson@strongsville.org

Mayor’s Office 440-580-3150

Finance Department 440-580-3125

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 Jim Kaminski 216-233-0721 Jim.kaminski@strongsville.org  Continued on page 46

BOW WOW WOW: Evvie, fifth dog from left, is being trained by RaeLynn Phillips of Kinsman, Ohio and is named after Evelyn Knight, a 10-year-old girl who is helping train the pup and has raised about $10,000 for the Canine Companions for Independence over the last three years -- ever since the group visited her school. Evelyn also made bandanas, collars, bows and other items for the dogs.

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Ward 2 Ann Roff 440-241-5253 ann.roff@strongsville.org Ward 3 Tom Clark 440-596-8294 tom.clark@strongsville.org Ward 4 Gordon Short 440-665-4184 gordon.short@strongsville.org At-large Jim Carbone 440-268-8089 Jim.carbone@strongsville.org At-large Joseph C. DeMio 440-846-4563 joseph.demio@strongsville.org

At-large Kelly Kosek 440-241-2575 kelly.kosek@strongsville.org Clerk of Council Aimee Peintka 440-580-3112 aimee.pientka@strongsville.org

COMMUNITY RESOURCES Board of Elections 216-443-3298 Cuyahoga County Board of Health 216-201-2000

Strongsville BMV 440-572-1505 Meals on Wheels 440-238-3361 Post Office 440-238-1637

Food Bank 440-580-3280

Strongsville Cemetery 440-580-3186

Historical Society 440-572-0057

Strongsville Chamber of Commerce 440-238-3366

Library 440-238-5530

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 Chapman Elementary School 440-572-7140 Kinsner Elementary School 440-572-7120

All About Service ... The Kiwanis Club of Strongsville is a service organization especially committed to the wellness of the community’s children. 2020 marked the 25th anniversary for the Club. The organization is especially popular for the impressive American flag display that adorns Town Square on national holidays throughout the year. Over 100 local businesses and private citizens fund the display which consists of the flags and the accompanying signs. This fund raiser allows the Club to underwrite several community projects that include: • Student scholarships granted to graduating seniors • Memory Bags given to students K – 12 who are grieving the passing of a family member • Read Around the World is a day-long promotion of reading at the community library. Each child in attendance selects a new, free book • New school supplies are provided to K – 5 students and their teachers • Youth organizations at the high school (Key Club); Strongsville Middle School and St. Joseph & John School (Builders Club). • The “Adopt-A-Family” program provides gift cards to needy families at the Market District Supermarket and other local stores Interested in any of these projects? More information on these and membership in Kiwanis Club visit www.Strongsvillekiwanis.org. 46

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Medicare: New or Review. It’s Time to Call

John W. Kyle

Licensed Insurance Agent

(440) 230-1223 John@JohnKyleInsurance.com www.JohnKyleInsurance.com Medicare Muraski Elementary School 440-572-7160

Early Learning Preschool 440-572-7046

Surrarrer Elementary School 440-572-7170

Goddard School 440-238-4600

Whitney Elementary School 440-572-7180

Gymboree Play & Music 440-638-4839

Early Learning Preschool 440-572-7046

KidsFirst Learning Center 440-596-0955

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

DAY CARES All Around Children 440-268-8330 Creative Playrooms Strongsville Montessori School & Child Care 440-572-9365

The Nest Schools 440-271-8448 Parma Preschool 216-741-9094 St. Joseph & JohnLittle Vikings 440-238-4877 Strongsville Co-Op Preschool 440-238-5570

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caliberdance.com 10143 Royalton Road, North Royalton caliberdance@gmail.com l 440-237-1723

TRY A FREE CLASS TODAY! Business events • fundraisers s h o w e r s • B i r t h d ays • & M o r e ! Golf simula tors ava ilable for your event

Stages Childcare Center 440-846-1507 Sweet Kiddles Flexible Child Care Center 440-238-1119 Tutor Time Child Care/ Learning Center 888-329-4049 Wishing Well Pre-School 440-238-7744  Continued on page 48 TEAM USA: Paige Applegate, a sophomore at Strongsville High School, has been selected as one of 75 Special Olympics athletes to represent Team Ohio in the 2022 Special Olympics USA Summer games, to be held in Orlando. Paige, 16, will compete for Team Ohio on the women’s 3-on-3 basketball team. She was one of six women in Ohio to be selected. She began training this past fall with her teammates in Cincinnati.

Bunker hill ill Golf Course & event Center 3060 Pe a rl Rd., M e d ina , O hio 4 4 2 5 6 330- 722- 4174 • B unke rH il l G o l f. co m

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Camp Bow Wow 440-572-3200

UTILITIES AT&T - phone, data, cable 800-288-2020 Cable – Spectrum 877-772-2253 Wide Open West 866-496-9669 DIRECTV 877-601-7211 Frontier 855-327-1147

Columbia Gas 800-344-4077 Electric – First Energy 800-589-3101 NOPEC 855-667-3201 PUCO 800-686-7826 Republic Waste 440-572-7590 Sewer – NEOSD 216-881-8247

CITY CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS

Rotary Club of Strongsville www.strongsvillerotary.org

Arts in Strongsville www.facebook.com/ artsinstrongsville

Strongsville Chamber of Commerce www.strongsvillechamber.com

Kiwanis Club of Strongsville www.strongsvillekiwanis.org

Strongsville City Club www.strongsvillecityclub.com  Continued on page 50

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

Empowering Those with Disabilities Since 1940, Achievement Centers for Children has helped children and adults with disabilities, and their families, achieve their greatest potential. With offices in Highland Hills and Westlake, ACC provides comprehensive, high-quality therapy (occupational, physical, speech), an autism school, recreation and adapted sports, therapeutic horsemanship, adult day programs and family support services for people of all ages (with a special focus on children from birth to age five). Achievement Centers’ Camp Cheerful in Strongsville provides an accessible environment to help children and adults with physical, developmental, and sensory disabilities grow in a traditional camp setting. Virtual/telehealth and translation services offered: AchievementCenters.org. 48

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Strongsville 14047 Pearl Rd. Strongsville, OH 44136 440-572-6080

Honoring the achievements of of your loved one’s pet and celebrating the life you shared together are the cornerstones of healing after loss.

June 11, 2022 Pat Catan Stadium

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Strongsville Emergency Food Bank www.strongsvillefoodbank.org

Strongsville Historical Society www.strongsvillehistorical society.org Strongsville Meals on Wheels www.altenheim.com/meals-onwheels

Strongsville Optimist Club www.strongsvilleoptimistclub.com Strongsville Women’s League www.facebook.com/strongsville womensleague Veterans of Foreign Wars www.vfw3345.com

GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVES

Strongsville License Bureau • Drivers License & Renewal & State ID Cards

Sherrod Brown 202-224-2315 503 Hart Senate Office Bldg. Washington, D.C. 20510

• Vehicle Registration & License Plates • Watercraft Registration • Company Fleet Drop Off Available • Notary

Mon: 8 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. Tue - Fri: 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. Sat: 8 a.m. - noon

12218 Pearl Rd, Strongsville, OH 44136

(440) 572-1505

Providing quality community theater entertainment f over 25 years!

440-879-8817

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U.S. SENATORS Robert Portman 202-224-3353 448 Russell Senate Office Bldg. Washington, D.C. 20510

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OHIO Governor Mike DeWine 614-644-3555 77 South High St., Riffe Ctr., 30th Floor Columbus, OH 43215-6117 Ohio State Senator District 24 Matt Dolan 614-466-8056 Senate Building, 1 Capitol Sq., 1st Flr. Columbus, OH 43215 Ohio Representative District 7 Thomas Patton 614-466-4895 77 High St., 11th Flr. Columbus, OH 43215

U.S. CONGRESS District 16 Anthony Gonzalez 440-783-3696 13477 Prospect Rd. Suite 212 Strongsville, OH 44149

Diversity, Inspiration

and Art

Strongsville Community Theatre has entertained audiences since 1995, with quality plays, musicals, and youth productions, showcasing local talent and educating students and adults in the theatrical arts. It awards special scholarships to SHS select seniors wishing to pursue a career in the performing arts. Through the years we have been fortunate to use the high school’s “Little Theater” as our venue. Presently, plans are in place to secure a more permanent “home.” Please stay tuned by visiting our web site at www.strongsvillecommunitytheatre.com.


Simply Warm

Caprese Dip This easy appetizer can be put together in a few minutes and baked for a warm and delicious treat that will be enjoyed by all. Serve with pita chips, crackers, bread, or toasted baguette slices.

sauce. Cut cherry tomatoes into ¼ inch slices and place them on top of pesto sauce. Bake for 20-25 minutes or until cream cheese starts to brown. Service with Pita chips, bread, or toasted baguette slices. Enjoy!!

Ingredients One 8-ounce package cream cheese at room temperature ½ cup basil pesto 10-12 large cherry tomatoes Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Evenly spread cream cheese into a pie plate. Top cream cheese with a thin layer of pesto

Top E-Sports and Gaming facility in NE Ohio

Southpark Mall celebrated its 25th anniversary the weekend of October 15-17, 2021, after opening its doors on October 16, 1996. The years have gone by so quickly and the Mall, along with the City of Strongsville, has seen many changes. The 1.4 million-square-foot regional mall is located at 500 Southpark Center. Anchor tenants include Dick’s Sporting Goods, Cinemark, Kohl’s, Macy’s, Dillard’s and JCPenney. For more information about what’s happening at SouthPark Mall, go to www.facebook.com/SouthParkMall, www.shoppingsouthparkmall.com.

Fastest internet speed available

Over 45 gaming stations available

High end computers & monitors to eliminate lag time Hourly, daily and monthly rates available VR and pinball available

440-821-4021 Available for events

6933 Pearl Rd., Middleburg Heights

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Community Information Recycling Do’s and Don’ts What can be recycled curbside in STRONGSVILLE

Cans, Cartons, Glass, Paper and Cardboard and SOME Plastics … (see below)

Can all plastics be recycled?

All empty plastic bottles or jugs can go in your curbside recycling. This includes items like water and soda bottles, shampoo bottles, milk, water and juice jugs, laundry detergent jugs and bleach bottles. Think containers with a “neck.” Bottles and jugs should be emptied and rinsed. Replace the cap and put in your curbside recycling. In addition, plastic tubs (eg., butter, sour cream, fruit and yogurt cups) can now be recycled.

Why can’t all plastics be recycled?

There is an abundance of plastic packaging in our society today and only about 9% of it can currently be recycled. This is due to limited markets for recycled plastic (not all manufacturers produce packaging from recycled plastic) and the complexities or sorting out the various kinds of plastic. Until there is a major shift in the demand for recycled plastic and more sensible packaging design, consumers are limited in our recycling options. But we do have a choice now to reduce our consumption of single-use plastic. Small

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changes add up to less plastic waste in our landfills and our environment. Consider these ideas for reducing waste.

What are the “wrong plastics” for curbside recycling? • NO plastic bags, wraps and netted produce bags. Bags wrap around the gears, wheels, and machinery at the recycling plant which clogs up the separation process and eventually shuts down the plant. Think of it like an item getting caught in the beater brush of your household vacuum. Some Retailers offer plastic bag recycling. • NO plastic coffee pods, single-use cups, plates or utensils. • NO clamshells, berry or produce containers. • NO flower pots. Empty plastic

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flower pots, packs and flats should be reused or placed in the trash for disposal. • NO plastic blister packaging. • NO takeout containers, Styrofoam packaging, Styrofoam cups and Styrofoam food containers. This plastic has been expanded with air and is very fragile. It breaks apart into tiny pieces during the sorting process. • NO hangers, durable plastic, rigid vinyl or toys. • NO cat litter containers and 5-gallon buckets. These items are too large to be included. Consider reuse before placing them in the trash. • NO empty motor oil and antifreeze jugs. These containers may have residue of the hazardous materials they held and should be placed


in the trash, not recycling, for proper disposal. • NO plastic 6-pack rings. Some local breweries and beverage distributors, including Great Lakes Brewing Co., Platform Beer Co., Ross Beverage and Sibling Revelry Brewing, accept PakTech rings and handles for recycling. Check with the business about the location of their collection bin. You can also use a free mail back program for the rings. Rings made of film plastic should be placed in the regular trash. For more information about recycling right in Cuyahoga County, visit www.CuyahogaRecycles.org or contact 440-580-3124.

Protect and Restore A Healthy Watershed Did you know that

Strongsville is part of the Rocky River Watershed? Our watershed is comprised of a 294 squaremile network of neighborhoods, farms, forests, parks, roads and streams that stretch from Medina to Lake Erie, and include parts of Cuyahoga, Medina, Lorain and Summit Counties. All the water that passes through our properties and roads drains into streams and rivers that eventually lead to Lake Erie, our source for drinking

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water. That is why it is important to be aware of the impact you have on your environment and the ecosystem tied to the watershed. As part of the awareness plan, new signs have been posted throughout the community that identify the creeks, streams, and rivers that intersect our community. Strongsville has the East Branch of the Rocky River running through it as well as  Continued on page 54

A digital edition of the 20th Annual

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Simple Recycling is up and running again! The company has resumed collecting clothing, other textiles and household items left on your tree lawn in their special orange bags. There’s a big change ... you now have to schedule a pick-up rather than just set out the bags on your trash day. It’s easy to do. Just go to simplerecycling.com and choose your pick-up day. You can also request more orange bags on their website. www.strongsville.org

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Baker, Blodgett, and Baldwin Creeks. Earlier this summer, numerous groups of volunteers learned about the watershed and the impact they have on it. They took part in cleaning up our streams and bringing awareness to others! The groups started out in a neighborhood, walking along the curb (the same path a rain drop would take) traveling to a catch basin. The group then stenciled on the road by the drain, “Lake Erie Starts Here!” Water collects in the basin and is then diverted directly to a stream or river, NOT a water treatment plant. The following day the group walked along the streams in the community and fished out the plastics and trash they found. All the items collected are documented and weighed (on one day we collected over 125 pounds of trash!) The city of Strongsville and the Rocky River Watershed Council work together to protect, restore and perpetuate a healthy watershed. We do this through public education, storm drain stenciling, stream monitoring, stream clean ups, and tree plantings. If you would be interested in learning more, check out the Rocky River Watershed Council and sign up to volunteer! www.myrockyriver.org

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Places of Worship

Our Savior Lutheran Church 14343 Sprague Rd. 440-234-6595 www.oursaviorlutheran.net Pathway Church 21211 Drake Rd. 440-878-9890

Christ Church

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

Christ Church 23080 Royalton Rd., Columbia Station 440-236-8282 www.christchurchohio.org

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

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

Mother of God Zyrovicy Belarusan Autocephalic Orthodox Church 11064 Webster Rd. 440-878-9736

Royal Redeemer Lutheran Church 11680 Royalton Rd. 440-237-7958 www.royred.org St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church 8888 Prospect Rd. 440-234-5806 www.stjohnluth.org St. John Neumann Catholic Church 16271 Pearl Rd. 440-238-1770

St. Joseph Catholic Church 12700 Pearl Rd. 440-238-5555 Strongsville Bible Fellowship 13237 Prospect Rd. 440-572-9033

Strongsville Pentecostal Christian Church 19132 Temple Dr. Strongsville, Ohio 44149 Sun. 11:00 AM & Wed. 7:00 PM www.strongsvillechristianchurch.org

Strongsville United Church of Christ 13740 Pearl Rd. 440-238-6697 www.strongsvilleucc.com Strongsville United Methodist Church 13500 Royalton Rd. 440-238-6135

Traditional: 8:30 & 10:00 Contemporary: 9:30 & 11:00

Royal Redeemer Lutheran Church

is a wonderful place to meet new friends, find needed encouragement, and discover God’s plan for you. We offer ministries and support for all ages. Visit our website for onsite and online viewing options.

Worship and Bible study opportunities for the whole family!

Sunday Worship 10: 30 am Bryan Szucs Photography

Royal Redeemer Lutheran School

is a nationally-accredited school where students, age 3 through grade 8, receive a Christ-centered education and are equipped for all God is calling them to do.

14343 Sprague Road Strongsville

440-234-6595

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North Royalton, OH 44133 School Office: (440)237-7988 WWW.RRLS.ORG

Pastor Paul Learman

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COURTLAND APPLE WAY DR.

REGENCY DR.

SHERWOOD DR.

WOODSTOCK RUN

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NORTHVIEW DR.

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BRISTOL LN.

AD OAK HOLLOW LN

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OLD OAK DR.

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Sheiban Square Plaza

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NS

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Strongsville Business & Technology Park

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St. John Neumann Church

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Highpoint Plaza

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Plaza at Southpark

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Catan Stadium

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N

STELFAST PKWY.

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COOK AVE.

RIDGE VALLEY CREEK DR. AKITA CT.

AG

Altenheim

Post Office Strongsville HS

NI

Mill Stream Run Reservation Mill Stream Run Reservation

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Library The Greens of Strongsville

CONCORD DR.

ND

Fire Station

Pearl South Plaza

Early Learning Preschool

E FF JE . CT

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RANCHWOOD DR.

TMA CHA

COMMERCE PKWY.

DR.

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Strongsville Sports Park

Old Town Hall

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Police Dept.

The Commons

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Strongsville United Church of Christ

City Rec. & Senior Center

RIN

WESTWOOD DR.

ROAD

LUNN

D HEMWOO LOCK GLEN LN. CIR. D OO HOLLY LEW P CIR. AP LN.

BARK

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City Service Center

SHENANDOAH

FOREST

WOODLEAF RD.

R RT PA

PINEVIEW CIR.

Volunteer Park

RD.

CHD BIRO W O LN.

SPRUCE DR.

WHITE

LUNN

WAY

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City Park

Cemetery Strongsville Historic Village

Chamber of Commerce (SW) SETTLER'S WAY WHEELER'S LY MAN'S (SW) LN. LN. ABIGAIL LN. PORTERS LN PIERCE FULLER'S DR. WINDING TRL. R'S E LN H C THAT LN TR OVERLAND AP PE PARK SCOTT DR. R TR TEMPLE L. TROTWOOD DR. DR.

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GLENMAR WAY First Evangelical Lutheran Church

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CASTLE BRITTANIA DR. CT. STERLING

St. Joseph Catholic Church

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Sts. Joseph and John School

LN.

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Crossroads Staples Plaza Center

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DR.

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SOUTH TRL.

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Strongsville Industrial Park

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SHAGBARK TRL.

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TANBARK LN. HICKORY PL.

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Tollgate

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Mill Stream Run Reservation Mill Stream Run Reservation

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Shopping Plaza RUDY DR.

ROYALTON

3 MARKS

Meadowood Plaza

TIMBER OAK CT. BUSH LN. IAR

BR

DR

P ME RAIRIE ADO WS PL.

ALBION RD.

Fire Sta.

D

CHESTNUT DR.

L. TR

I

CREEKSIDE DR.

OAK PARK TRL.

W DO EA M

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WOLZHAVEN AVE.

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CT.

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STEEPLECHASE LN.

COUNTRYSIDE DR.

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VILLAGE GREEN DR.

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NORTHWOOD TRL. YARROW TRL. GREYSTONE POINTE WESTON POINTE

COOPERS RUN

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M

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CHRISTOPHER CT. CREEK BEND CT. MELISSA LN. RO WAT CK ERF ALL

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BLV

Research Park

STR

DR.

DRIVE

JONATHAN

RO

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CRICKET LN.

Surrarrer ES

NEEDLEWOOD BEECH CREEK TRL. CIR.

CALUMET CIR

FA IR

GREEN LAWN DR.

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WO

EVERGREEN DR.

TE R

COUNTRY MEADOWS LN.

N

IO

RD.

BIT

LORRAINE DR.

DR.

ETHEL DR.

OH

MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS

SPRAGUE

STREET

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STEVEN DAVID DR. . R D NE AI RR

DR.

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DOW CIR.

Sprague Plaza

B

BEREA

ROAD

SPRAGUE

BROOK TRL.

E

A

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BRUNSWICK

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R. WESLEY D

BARBARA DR.

FIELDSTONE POINT ....................A-2 LEANA CT. ....................................B-4 PINE LAKES DR. ..........................D-1 SUMMERPLACE DR. ....................B-3 FOLTZ INDUSTRIAL PKWY. ......A-3-4 LEAWOOD OVAL ..........................C-1 PINE NEEDLE CT. .........................A-1 SUN CREST RD. ...........................C-2 FOREST PARK DR. ......................C-2 LEDGEPOINT PL. .........................C-2 PINE TREE PL. .............................D-2 SUN MEADOW TRL. .....................A-4

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

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

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

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

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

FORESTVIEW DR. ....................D-1-2 LEDGESTONE DR…......................B-4 PINEWOOD DR. ............................A-3 SUNCLIFF PL. ...............................C-2

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

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

FORESTWOOD DR. .....................B-3 LEXINTON LN. ..............................C-4 PINNACLE POINT….......................A-2 SUNRIDGE CIR. ............................B-2

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

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

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 SUNWOOD OV. .............................C-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 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 MEADOW SOUTH CT. ..................A-1 RICHARDS DR. .............................B-2 TRILLIUM TRL. ..............................B-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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Strongsville United Methodist Church

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

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

HARVEST OV. ...............................A-2 NANCY DR. ...................................D-1 RUDY RD. .....................................A-2 WATERCRESS RD. .......................A-1

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

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

HASTINGS CT. ..............................D-4 NANTUCKET ROW .......................C-4 RUSTIC HOLLOW .....................B-C-4 WATERFORD PKWY. ....................B-4

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

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 WHISPERING PINES ....................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 WHITE FIR LN. ..............................C-4

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

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

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

HOLLY CIR. ...............................A-B-3 OAKTRAIL CT. ...............................A-1 SHALEBROOK CT. ........................A-1 WILDWOOD LN. ............................B-3

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

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

HOMESTEAD PARK DR. ..............B-1 OAKHURST LN. ............................A-3 SHALEBROOK WAY .....................A-1 WILLIAMSBURG OV. .................B-C-4

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

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

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

HUNT RD. .....................................D-4 OAKWOOD PL. .............................A-3 SHERBROOKE OV. ......................B-4 WILLOW WOOD DR. ....................C-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 WINCHESTER CT. ........................C-4

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

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

IDLEWOOD TRL. ..........................B-2 OLDE CREEK TRL. ......................A-2 SIEDEL’S LANDING .....................A-2 WINDCLIFF RD. ............................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 WINDING TRL. ..............................B-3

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 SOUTH DR. ...................................C-1 WINDSOR DR. ..............................C-3

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

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

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

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

JASMINE CT. ................................D-2 OXFORD OV. ................................C-4 SOUTH VIEW CT. .........................C-1 WOODHAVEN AVE. ......................B-4

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

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

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

JULIE CIR. ....................................D-4 PANORAMA PKWY. ......................D-4 SPINNAKER CIR. ..........................B-4 WOODLEAF RD. ...........................C-2

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

KENSINGTON CT. ........................C-4 PARK POINT .................................C-2 SPRUCE RD. .................................A-3 WOODSIDE CT. ............................B-2

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

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

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

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

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

KING COE LN. ..............................B-1 PARTRIDGE DR. ..........................C-3 STAFFORD DR. ............................B-1 WOODSTOCK RUN ...................A-B-4

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

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

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

KORTZ CIR. ..................................D-1 PEARLVIEW DR. ...........................B-3 STAPLETON DR. ..........................C-1 WYNNEWOOD PL. .......................B-4

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

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

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

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

CHANDLER GREEN ......................D-4

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

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

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

ROSEWOOD LN.

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BENTLEY LN.

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Dining Guide

Starbucks 17180 Royalton Rd. 440-572-1105 8300 Pearl Rd. 440-298-2704 Vdessert 15131 Pearl Rd. 440-870-5103

Triv’s

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

Slim & Chubby’s 12492 Prospect Rd. 440-572-7546 www.slimandchubbys.com The Local Bar 14751 Pearl Rd. 440-238-7495 The Rail 17855 Southpark Center Dr. 440-783-1275

Buffalo Wild Wings 8465 Pearl Rd. 440-243-9464 www.buffalowildwings.com

COFFEE SHOPS & BAKERIES Bruegger’s Bagels 15035 Pearl Rd. 440-572-4646

Harvest Saloon 15147 Pearl Rd. 440-238-9464 www.harvestsaloon.com

Donut Scene 15033 Pearl Rd. 440-238-0288

Johnny J’s Pub & Grille 15323 Pearl Rd. 440-268-6848

Dunkin Donuts 14009 Pearl Rd. 440-238-3544

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

Wine Down & Sweets Cafe 12927 Pearl Rd. 440-268-8305

Bennett’s Bar & Pizzeria 19616 W. 130th St. 440-268-6767

ICE CREAM & SMOOTHIES

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

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

East of Chicago Pizza 17024 Pearl Rd. 440-238-6022

Mitchell’s Ice Cream 18832 Westwood Dr. 440-638-4221

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

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

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

Pulp Juice & Smoothie Bar 15037 Pearl Rd. 440-268-6650

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

Robeks Fruit Juices & Smoothies 18025 Royalton Road 440-572-1640 Tropical Smoothie Cafe 17800 Royalton Rd. 440-783-1213

PIZZA A Slice Above 8788 Pearl Rd. 440-826-1300

Mama Julianne’s 10913 Prospect Rd. 440-238-2028 www.mamajuliannes.com

13128 Royalton Rd. 216-640-7752 LaCrepe Bakery & Café 14785 Pearl Rd. 440-783-1797

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

Nothing Bundt Cakes 13433 Pearl Rd. 440-268-8606 Peace Love & Little Donuts 13500 Pearl Rd. #123 440-783-1551 Buffalo Wild Wings

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Marcos’ Pizza 12513 Pearl Rd. 440-572-9900

BIBIBOP Asian Grill 15191 Pearl Rd. 380-206-0722

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

Master Pizza 13311 Pearl Rd. 440-876-8777

Blue Habanero 18066 Royalton Rd. 440-879-1722

Europeans Best 19608 W. 130th St. 440-572-0600

Papa John’s 16494 Pearl Rd. 440-572-4000

Buca di Beppo 16677 Southpark Ctr. 440-846-6262

Pizza Hut 14089 Pearl Rd. 440-268-7989

Bucci’s J Bella Italian Restaurant 12201 Pearl Rd. 440-238-0200

Tommy’s Pizza 17664 Pearl Rd. 440-878-9999

RESTAURANTS

Amici Italian Restaurant & Bar 13000 Royalton Rd. 440-628-9715 www.amicisfam.com

Gran Fiesta Mexican 18737 Royalton Rd. 440-846-2313 Goldie’s Deli & Restaurant 13359 Pearl Rd. 440-572-8700  Continued on page 60

Chick-fil-A Royalton Rd. 16584 Royalton Rd. 440-238-2344 Chipotle Mexican Grill 15029 Pearl Rd. 440-846-9625 City Barbeque 17818 Royalton Rd. 440-783-9105 Condado Taco 17830 Royalton Rd. 440-783-1153

Aladdin’s Eatery 15250 Pearl Rd. 440-238-8000

Crown of India 14224 Pearl Rd. 440-638-4977

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

Culver’s 8464 Pearl Rd. 440-297-4008

Asia Garden 19648 West 130th 440-268-6633

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

Barrio 13169 Prospect Rd. 440-783-1635

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

Antonio’s Pizza

Happy Hour!

Monday – Saturday 3pm to 6pm – All locations!

18737 Royalton Rd. Strongsville, OH

440-846-2313

Online Ordering, Curbside, & Delivery Available

www.donramon-granfiestamex.com

Olympia Sweet Treats & Grill • Restaurant • Beer & Wine • Patio • Banquet/Party Room • Gourmet Caramel Corn • Handmade Chocolates • 40 flavors of Hard Ice Cream

11606 Pearl Rd. in Strongsville 440-572-7747 Jennifer’s Restaurant

www.OlympiaSweetTreats.com www.strongsville.org

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Longhorn Steakhouse 17211 Southpark Ctr. 440-238-7917 Miss Hickory’s Tea Room 14335 Mill Hollow Ln. 440-668-3053

Samurai Sushi Bar & Hibachi Steakhouse 16670 Royalton Rd. 440-238-6948 Scrambler 16726 Pearl Rd. 440-238-4143

O’Charley’s 8913 Pearl Rd. 440-243-2771

Dining Guide Continued from previous page Hot Chicken Takeover 17830 Royalton Rd. 440-658-3513

Olympia Sweet Treats & Grille 11606 Pearl Rd. 440-572-7747 www.olympiasweettreats.com Don’s Pomeroy House

Italian Village Restaurant 16605 Pearl Road 440-572-1414

Outback Steakhouse 17602 Royalton Rd. 440-876-0007 Panera 17800 Royalton Rd. 440-846-0377 Pho & Beyond 13500 Pearl Rd. 440-783-1886

Hot Head Burritos 13405 Pearl Rd. 440-268-8588 Jennifer’s Restaurant 14415 Pearl Rd. 440-234-2044 https://jennifers-restaurant. business.site King Dragon Chinese 20906 Drake Rd. 440-238-8278 La Kabob Lebanese Grill 14228 Pearl Rd. 440-846-5100 Amici’s Italian Restaurant & Bar

We are here for you ... Dine in or take out!

Red Lobster 17227 Southpark Ctr. 440-572-0717 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

14415 Pearl Rd. Strongsville

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Square 22 13485 Pearl Rd. 440-268-8322 Sweet Mango Thai Cuisine 14610 Pearl Rd. 440-238-9921 TGI Friday’s 18400 Royalton Rd. 440-238-1299

Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers 14356 Pearl Rd. 440-783-9231

Open 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Everyday

https://jennifers-restaurant.business.site

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

Olympia Sweet Treats & Grille

Triv’s 17100 Royalton Rd. 440-238-8830 www.trivsstrongsville.com Zupadi Indian 14741 Pearl Rd. 440-783-1529 Every effort has been made to provide a complete and accurate restaurant list. Due to space constraints, not all fast food restaurants were able to be included.


On the Cover Strongsville’s Business and Community Leaders gathered at

Shinto Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar to smile for the camera. Gratitude, pureness of heart, living in peace and prosperity with altruistic intentions; these principles laid the foundation upon which Sheng Long Yu established the first Shinto location in October of 2004 in Strongsville. Since then, he has steadily grown his business to encompass multiple restaurants in

Northeast Ohio including a second Shinto location in Westlake which opened in September of 2020. Even after 20+ years in the restaurant industry, Mr. Yu has never wavered in his belief in the virtues which have guided him from the beginning. It is their hope that you leave Shinto with the same sense of joy and fulfillment. Shinto uses only the highest quality seafood, steaks, and chicken in the table-side preparation of all hibachi orders. All their sushi offerings are

prepared from seafood that is sourced in from around the world several times each week to offer you the freshest dining experience possible. Enjoy Shinto, the “Way of the Gods”!

Visit the #1 Library in the Country We invite you to visit your Strongsville Branch Library located at 18700 Westwood Drive. Thanks to our community of library lovers, Cuyahoga County Public Library is the #1 Library in the country for the 12th year in a row and tops the nation's list of five-star libraries. Come in and browse our collection of materials in all formats. You may discover a Prime Pick book that you heard about and just can't wait to read. These titles do not take reserves, so you may find the latest and greatest on our shelf when you visit. We have specialized services for teens and children. You and your family can also enjoy a wide variety of virtual programs.

Use our database resources, get career guidance, apply for a passport or explore our Toy Library. You’ll find services in our Branch that benefit residents including quiet study rooms, equipped with video conferencing equipment, which can be booked up to a week in advance. 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. Our professional, experienced

staff look forward to helping you discover the delights of using your Library next time you stop in. Join us as we Celebrate our 100 years of library service to the

community! See all the resources available to you by visiting www.cuyahogalibrary.org.

CCPL Celebrates 100 Years of Service!

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Farmers National Bank........ p 19, 31 www.farmersbankgroup.com First Federal Lakewood............. p 49 www.ffl.net PSE Credit Union................. p 12, 32 www.psecreditunion.org

BANQUET FACILITY/ PARTY ROOM Olympia Sweet Treats & Grill.... p 59 www.olympiasweettreats.com

BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU

Advertiser Index ACTIVEWEAR & PROMOTIONS

BANKS/CREDIT UNIONS

Bullseye Activewear.................. p 28 www.bullseyeactivewear.com

Community United Credit Union.............................. p 16 www.cu-cu.org

• Offering Cosmetology, Esthetics Classes

Enjoy Services

• Hair, Spa and Nail Services Performed by Students under the Supervision of Licensed Instructors • Day and Evening Appointments Available Schedule your appointment online

Shop Aveda

Find your favorite Aveda products, redeem your Aveda+ Rewards, experience something new For more info, visit www.brownaveda.com or contact Admissions Director at 440-255-9494 ext. 402

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Strongsville Smile KeepersDr. Gaebelein....................... p 33, 36 www.strongsvillesmilekeepers.com

DENTISTS/IMPLANTS Aerni Dental.............................. p 25 www.aernidental.com

DERMATOLOGISTS/SKIN & COSMETIC SURGERY Trillium Creek Dermatology..... p 30 www.trilliumcreekohio.com

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Top Level Gaming................ p 34, 51 www.toplevel-gaming.com

Strongsville Chamber of Commerce.................................. p 20 www.strongsvillechamber.com

E-SPORTS FACILITY

EVENT CENTER/CATERING

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

Bunker Hill Golf Course...... p 30, 47 www.bunkerhillgolf.com

Relay for Life............................. p 49 www.relayforlife.org/strongsville

FACIAL REJUVENATION

CHURCHES

Care Esthetics-Strongsville........... 26 www.drweiser.com

Christ Church............................... p 2 www.christchurchohio.org

FINANCIAL SERVICES

Royal Redeemer Lutheran Church.................................. p 29, 55 www.royred.org

Start Your Career

Butler Family Dental............. p 9, 31 www.leahbutlerdds.com

BBB Serving Greater Cleveland................................... p 43 www.bbb.org/cleveland

Our Savior Lutheran Church..... p 55 www.oursaviorlutheran.net

Local Family Owned Business

DENTISTS

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS Achievement Centers for Children............................... p 48 www.achievementcenters.org Strongsville Community Theatre....................................... p 50 www.strongsvillecommunitytheatre.com Strongsville Kiwanis Club.......... p 46 www.strongsvillekiwanis.com

Ta-Check Financial................. p 3, 34 www.ta-check.com

FITNESS CENTER Lifeworks of Southwest General...................................... p 43 www.lifeworksfitness.net

FLOWERS/GIFTS Hirt's Flowers............................. p 49 www.hirtsflowers.com

GOLF COURSES Bunker Hill Golf Course...... p 30, 47 www.bunkerhillgolf.com

GOLF INSTRUCTION

CONSTRUCTION & REMODELING

Best Golf Ever............................ p 49 www.bestgolfever.com

R. A. Kalfas Construction.......... p 40 www.rakalfas.com

HAIR SALON & NAIL SERVICES

DANCE STUDIO Caliber Dance Company............ p 47 www.caliberdance.com

DECKS/DRIVEWAYS/ WALKWAYS/PATIOS Concrete Craft........................... p 40 www.concretecraft.com

Today's Headlines Salon...... p 34, 35 www.todaysheadlinesalon.com

HEATING & COOLING Viccarone Heating & Air Conditioning........................ p 64 www.vichvac.com


HOME BUILDERS/CUSTOM

LANDSCAPE SUPPLY

Kensington Homes.................... p 50 www.kensingtonhomesinc.com

Royalton Supply........................ p 40 www.royaltonsupply.com

Parkview Homes.......................... p 7 www.parkviewhomes.com

HOME REMODELING RaeTrent Remodeling......... p 32, 41 www.raetrentwindows.com

HOSPICE SERVICES Hospice Services of Southwest General.................... p 36 www.swgeneral.org

HOSPITALS/MEDICAL FACILITIES Southwest General Health Center................ p 33, 36, 37 www.swgeneral.org

INSURANCE Dane Donaldson-State Farm Insurance.................... p 31, 42 www.danedonaldson.com John Kyle Insurance Group....... p 47 www.johnkyleinsurance.com

INSURANCE/FINANCIAL SERVICES State Farm-Bender Insurance & Financial.......... p 16, 33 www.sfbenderagency.com

KITCHEN REMODELING/ CABINETS & COUNTERTOP SERVICES Kitchen Tune-Up........................ p 41 www.kitchentuneup.com

LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE & DESIGN New Horizons Landscape Maintenance & Design.............. p 42 www.facbook.com/NewHorizons LandscapeMaintenanceDesign

LIBRARY

Gran Fiesta Mexican Restaurant................................. p 59 www.donramon-granfiestamex.com Jennifer's Restaurant................ p 60 https://jennifers-restaurant.business.site

Cuyahoga County Public LibraryStrongsville Branch.................... p 61 www.cuyahogalibrary.org

Olympia Sweet Treats & Grill.... p 59 www.olympiasweettreats.com

LICENSE BUREAU/DRIVER & VEHICLE SERVICES

Shinto Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar............................. p 5, 33 www.shintoexperience.com

Strongsville BMV License Agency.......................... p 50 www.bmv.ohio.gov

MANUFACTURING Swagelok Company................... p 15 www.swagelok.com

MARKETING The Mod Pros............................. p 49 www.yourmarketingondemand.com

MEDICAL BILLING NCDS Medical Billing........... p 17, 32 www.ncdsinc.com

MORTGAGE LOAN SERVICES Crossroads Home Loans............ p 29 www.crossroadsloans.com

PARKS & RECREATION Cleveland Metroparks............... p 28 www.clevelandmetroparks.com

Triv's Restaurant & Lounge.................. Inside ft. cover, 34 www.trivsstrongsville.com

SCHOOLS/CAREER & TECHNICAL Polaris Career Center............... p 23 www.polaris.edu

SCHOOLS/COSMETOLOGY

Southwest Commons................ p 38 www.lifeservicesassistedliving.com Westwood Place Senior Living.......................................... p 38 www.ownerslive.com/westwood

SHOPPING MALL Southpark Mall.......... Inside bk.cover www.shoppingsouthparkmall.com

STORAGE FACILITY Brunswick Strongsville Storage....................................... p 49 www.brunswickstorage.com

THRIFT STORE Goodwill Industries................... p 51 www.goodwillgoodskills.org

Brown Aveda Institute.............. p 62 www.brownaveda.com

VACUUM CLEANER SALES, SERVICE & REPAIR

SCHOOLS/PRIVATE

Strongsville Vacuum.................. p 49 www.vacuumcleanerscleveland.com

Royal Redeemer Lutheran School................................... p 29, 55 www.rrls.org

WINDOW TREATMENTS

St. Mary's Catholic School......... p 21 www.smsberea.org

Budget Blinds...................... p 27, 39 www.budgetblinds.com/strongsville

SENIOR SERVICES

WOODWORKING SERVICES/ TOOLS & MACHINERY

Altenheim Senior Living........... p 27 www.altenheim.com

Cleveland Tool & Cutter Inc...... p 19 www.cletool.com

PET LOSS CENTER

Thank You

Our Pet Loss Center................... p 49 www.ourpetlosscenter.com

PHOTOGRAPHY

Strongsville for Our 20th Annual Edition!

Beverly David Photography...... p 22 www.beverlydavidphoto.com

Advertise in the next Community Guide!

PIZZA/CATERING Antonio's Pizzeria LoSchiavo............................... p 1, 30 www.antoniospizza.net

Call: 440-346-4482

REALTORS Howard Hanna................................. .....................p 31, 39, 40, Back cover www.strongsville.howardhanna.com

Pearl Crossing............................ p 38 www.holidayseniorliving.com

bkimagebuilder@outlook.com Find us on Facebook!

www.imagebuildersmarketing.us

Howard Hanna Heather Srodek................... p 11, 32 www.heathersrodekhomes.com

RESTAURANTS Antonio's Pizzeria LoSchiavo............................... p 1, 30 www.antoniospizza.net

Scott Hughes, VP - Sales Alex Kaldy, Community Consultant Bernice Kaldy, Publisher 440-823-1908 440-263-2263 440-346-4482 akaldy@msn.com bkimagebuilder@msn.com shughes@imagebuildersmarketing.us

www.strongsville.org

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