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LIFESTYLE LETTER

MARCH 2018 PUBLISHER

Richard Mellert | Richard.Mellert@LifestylePubs.com Joe Violi | Joe.Violi@LifestylePubs.com EDITOR

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Lifestyle Letter

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LIFE IN MEDINA COUNTY IS A DREAM, AND IT'S CERTAINLY WORTH CELEBRATING. Our county has some of the most picturesque communities in the entire state, and we are greeted to a beautiful scene every single time we step out our front door. No matter if it's still snowing or if flowers are finally breaking through the dirt--we've made our home in a beautiful area. But, one thing that is definitely not  beautiful is the process of spring cleaning. When this time of year rolls around, it's out with the old and in with new, both when it comes to decluttering and when it comes to trends. From cover to cover, local experts  talk about the best trends to welcome in this spring and how to beautify your environment. You'll also get an unrivaled look into what the future of smart home technology has in store, and this new perspective will change your life. Get ready to feel at home in your home, because your surroundings will be

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INSIDE THE ISSUE MARCH 2018

FEATURES 10 Make America Green Again You’ll love your EverGreen lawn.

14 Trends To Try In 2018 Local design expert Katie Heinz will introduce you to this year ’s hottest trends.

18 Hunter Insurance Agency: A Small Town Family Legacy Community is at the core of this local insurance agency, and they’ll treat you like family.

26 Minimalize your Space Becoming a minimalist means living

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more with less. It’s not easy, so here’s a guide to get you started.

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Lifestyle Letter

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Around Town

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begin a quality fertilization program is at the very end of winter, into

found that he missed the freedom of being in the great outdoors.

early spring, before the grass starts growing. Homeowners should

“I always missed getting out and getting my hands dirty,” he

get to know the basics of lawn care too. When the experts are not

confides. “I started dreading wearing that suit and tie every day.”

around, it is important for homeowners to be aware of how they

Two years later, he left the business world and pursued

can contribute to the health of their lawn. Proper mowing and irri-

his passion in landscaping. Recently, however, he realized

gation practices should be applied to keep that lawn looking great.

that there was a need to make lawn care more personable.

For example, dull mower blades, cutting off too much grass at one

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leased balanced fertilizers are great practices, during times of rapid

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growth in spring and fall. “Irrigation is also very important. People

bigger companies do not resonate with folks who who prefer a

tend to think watering your lawn four to five times a week for 5-10

personal connection. While some companies focus on pushing out

minutes is great for the lawn, but it can actually be the opposite.

the most lawns or square footage, there is a large group of folks out

We recommend watering 2 times a week for 30 to 40 minutes.

there looking for a local company to personalize their service, while

This promotes deeper root growth, which helps keep your lawn

providing great results. We’re the local guy with a conscience, we

greener in the summer and helps your lawn recover from stress

want every home to be the green lawn on the street.”

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Everything needs food to live and thrive, and a healthy green lawn is no different. A lawn requires the right food and nutrition (fertilizer), applied timely, to keep optimal health. “There are also many different species of weeds that germinate at different times throughout the year. There are winter and summer annual weeds, perennial weeds, grassy and broadleaf weeds. All these weeds germinate and grow at different times of the year throughout the season. Some germinate in spring and grow through summer, some germinate in fall and grow through spring, and some return year after year. Some are better controlled before they germinate with pre-emergent products and some are better treated after emerging with post-emergent products. Some grassy weeds, ‘summer spoilers,’ won’t be seen until summer, and, at times, once you see them, they’re hard to control.” As a result, it will always take more than a few visits with a lawn care expert to maintain that perfect lawn. March 2018 | Medina County Lifestyle

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THE INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO

ARTICLE NIKKI RHOADES

FOR MANY OF US, MAKING A CHANGE IN OUR HOME

While you may just see a mishmash of different styles, a designer

SPACE IS A BIG DECISION. You may wonder, how can I choose

will help you spot patterns like neutral shades, textured fabrics, and

colors that I won't get sick of and accent pieces that will say

metallic accent pieces throughout your favorite photos. If you're not

trendy while keeping my space cozy and practical? With help

certain of your style, the team at The Interior Design Studio knows

from an interior designer, sorting through all of those decisions

exactly how to help you discover it.

can feel a lot less intimidating.

"A great way to start navigating through your design preferences

"Making decisions for my own home is so hard for me," laughs

is by establishing what you don't like," she says. "Discovering exactly

designer Katie Heinz, who runs The Interior Design Studio and JK

where your comfort zone lies is sometimes easier said than done, but

Gift Shop with Amy Douglass and Julie McNabb. "I love soft and

we're here to help you figure it out."

pretty colors like pink, and then I love bold and contemporary... I

The team at The Interior Design Studio does much more than

can't make decisions for my own home to save my soul! But I guess

that. Their expert staff evaluates projects individually, tackling

that's just the bane of being an interior designer."

tasks from new home construction and consultations with build-

When you are establishing a relationship with an interior

ers (including exterior selections, plumbing, lighting, cabinetry,

designer, it is important to share your likes and dislikes as far as

and trim) to remodeling (tile, complete restructures, additions,

design goes. Some designers have their own personal flair, but you

and renovations), custom furniture, and even window treatments

should always keep in mind that home design boils down to the

(blinds, draperies, valences, and shutters). These design experts

preferences of the homeowner. Heinz prides herself on her adapt-

also tackle finishing touches, improving upon an existing space

ability, as her love of design allows her to help clients find exactly

by adding a bit of visual interest. And, of course, all kinds of

what they're looking for.

trendy accessories are available in their store, JK Gift Shop, to

"Pictures are worth a thousand words," she explains. "Collect pictures from magazines, pin pictures online, and keep track of looks you like. You may find that there is an underlying consistency." 14

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help you accent your space DIY-style. Before you begin considering changing your existing space, it is important to consider exactly what changes you would like to make.


+ As far as upholstery goes, fabrics have gone full circle. Busy, family-friendly fabrics are making a comeback. Crypton, which we call "Superman Fabric" at the studio, is basically indestructible. It's functional, stain-resistant, easy to clean, and it holds up over time. It actually came from the hospitality market and is just making its way into residences. This is one trend you'll want to adopt! Crypton fabric makes furniture much more usable, which opens up all kinds of doors. + As far as home remodeling goes, the trend THIS SPRING, CONSIDER: 

toward huge showers and glamorous baths continues. We're starting to see people part

+ Brass finishes are huge this season. Brushed,

with their traditional tubs. Free-standing

not polished like the trend that we saw circa 1980.

bathtubs are coming into favor over those

A splash of metallic adds elegance and interest.

big ol' jacuzzis.

+ We're seeing a trend toward a more modern

+ Consider going for lots of color in vanities

look, almost retro in a 1950s sense. Clean-lined

and cabinetry. Navy blue is becoming a very

decor and furniture is huge. Think clean and

common cabinetry color in place of the stan-

contemporary infused with just a bit of glam.

dard white, and gray remains commonplace

+ Kelly green is really in the season. Intense,

although its popularity is waning in favor of

rich shades like emerald green are making a

tans, khakis, and taupes.

comeback. Combine splashes of color with

+ That whole idea of modernization that

black and white accents to create a very stark,

is being reflected in furniture and decor is

very geometric look.

bleeding over into renovation and remodel-

+ Abstract artwork can bring a lot of personality

ing. We're seeing cleaner lines in cabinetry,

to a room. Eclectic collections are in, replacing

and that also goes for trim work.

the traditional decor of pictographs and land-

+ Lighting is also modernizing. The Sputnik

scapes. Art, of course, is subjective, but this year

light can be found just about everywhere

we are seeing a trend toward geometric and

now, and it's a fixture that fits well in kitchens,

eclectic yet still collected artwork.

foyers, and even dining rooms.

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THE INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO

(CON TI N U ED)

2018 may hold some big changes for the design world, but the future also looks bright for the team at the Interior Design Studio. "We're opening up a second store in Wooster on March 23, so we're very excited for that change. It's going to have a feel similar to the Medina Square store, but it will feature a slightly different selection of merchandise." Interior Designer Katie Heinz owns The Interior Design Studio and JK Gift Shop with Amy Douglass and Julie McNabb at 207 S. Court Street, Medina. For more information, visit InteriorDesignStudioOh.com or ShopJKGifts.com, or call 330.725.7623. 

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Hunter Insurance Agency: A Small Town Family Legacy ARTICLE NIKKI RHOADES

HUNTER INSURANCE AGENCY HAS LONG BEEN A COMMU-

That sense of family and trust instilled one unshakable principle in the

NITY FIXTURE. Locals fondly remember Howard and Joy Hunter,

business: Give each client the attention that he or she deserves.

who started their business from scratch in 1962. Their son and current

"Growing up, we actually lived here," said Dan of the current office

agency president Dan Hunter, when a kindergartener, spent mornings

space. "It became the office first, but then they decided to remodel and

at Ella Canavan Elementary School and afternoons at the Hunter

add living quarters. From the time I was in fourth grade until halfway

Agency office, which at the time was a rented space above the former

through my college career, this was our home.” But of course, the busi-

Old Phoenix Bank (now Huntington Bank) on Medina's historic Public

ness expanded, inevitably nudging them out. “Going through school, I do

Square. This was when Medina's only fire station was located on the

not think I had any intentions of going into the family insurance business,"

Square. "When the fire bell would ring, it used to be really cool to watch

Dan muses. "But when I completed my education, joining the family

from that upstairs window as the volunteer firemen raced to the station

agency felt like a natural move to try. Nearly 40 years later, here I am."

from every direction," Dan recalls. "Along with looking at insurance brochures, that's one of my most vivid early childhood office memories."

For Ellen, a career as an insurance agent was never on her radar while growing up. "We met while Dan and I were students at the College of

Fast forward three years to 1965: A dilapidated house at the

Wooster," she explains with a twinkle in her eye and a sincerely warm

corner of North Court and West Homestead catches Howard's eye

smile. "Dan was a senior in '79 when we got engaged, and I had two more

and captures his imagination as a perfect location for his and Joy’s

years at school. I was a German major. I remember him mentioning that he

fledgling business. "I thought How was out of his mind," Joy recalled

was considering going into the insurance agency, and that moment really

years later. "You want to pay money for that?" she asked in disbelief.

set our course. We were married two years later after I graduated, and I

Yes, that's exactly what Howard wanted to do. He had a vision, and

did some behind-the-scenes work with Hunter Insurance Agency while

following several months of intense work, Hunter Insurance Agency

the kids were little. After they grew up, I took on more hours. I finally joined

moved to 703 North Court Street in 1966, where it still stands and

the agency full-time in 2011." She also mentions with a bright laugh that

thrives today. Through a series of retirements, Dan and wife Ellen

she did actually use her skills in translating once, when a German Motor

Hunter became the agency's sole owners in 2012. Dan has been a

Vehicle Report came into the office. "While I never necessarily expected

full-time agent since 1979 and Ellen, also a licensed agent, has been

to be here, it is so neat to be able to carry on the tradition of what Dan's

involved with the agency since 1989 and now oversees operations.

parents started. We always joke that we're channeling Howard and Joy!"

To the Hunter family, "small town" roots are well worth celebrat-

Hunter Insurance is proud to be an independent agency. What does

ing. Those roots anchor a tradition of integrity, trust, continuity and

that mean? An independent agent represents a number of insurance

community-mindedness. Parents Howard and Joy never intended to

companies. In Hunter's case, some of their company relationships go

push their children into the agency, but as it grew and as their children

back decades— and that tells you something about these companies

got involved, the staff and clients grew to become a tightly-knit family.

and the agency itself. The Hunter Agency has represented Westfield CONTINUED >

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HUNTER INSURANCE AGENCY

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The Hunter Insurance Agency building, c.1950 and today

Insurance for all of the 56 years the agency has

lines products. Westfield's home/auto package

been in business. Hunter has represented Grange

known as a Wespak, and a newer version known

Insurance for nearly 50 years, and it works with

as a Wespak Estate policy, are favorites of the

a few other companies as well. An independent

Hunter personal lines staff. A Wespak Estate

agent represents the insurance company, but ulti-

policy is geared toward higher-value homes that

mately works for the policyholder: providing profes-

may have more complex protection needs. A

sional guidance and advice, answering questions,

unique feature of the Estate program is the guar-

adjusting coverages as needed, and, when losses

anteed replacement cost coverage it provides,

occur, helping policymakers navigate through the

based on a detailed home evaluation. And, as

claims process. The Hunter Agency has many

carriers go, Westfield is hard to beat. Westfield

client relationships that have lasted four and five

has been in business for 170 years, has earned an

decades. How does that happen? Because their

A.M. Best rating of "Excellent" or better for nearly

staff is experienced, knowledgeable, and always

80 consecutive years (a boast few companies

strives to be service-minded and accessible. And

can make), and offers great claims service.

at Hunter Insurance, accessibility means commu-

The Hunter Agency's knowledgeable personal

nicating with clients where and how they want to

lines team consists of five experienced agents:

communicate: via phone or email, in the agency’s

Laurel Mader, Joyce Hillrich, Nicole Koppes,

office or at the client’s location.

Grace Kazek, and Anne Mainwaring. They are

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agencies

assisted by Anita Whitslar and Lorrie Storch. If

focus the largest part of their time and energy

you're seeking a quote, contact Laurel, Joyce,

on various types of business insurance. While

or Dan at 330.725.4543...or visit HunterIns.

Chris Wheeler (assisted by Mary Hontert and

com. Beyond commercial and personal lines

Dan Hunter) takes excellent care of the agen-

coverage, the Hunter Agency also offers life

cy’s commercial accounts, the agency’s main

insurance. Chris Raber is the staff person who

focus has always been what insurance people

heads up that area. He can be reached at the

call "personal lines," which includes home, auto,

same contact information listed above.

umbrella, and other personal coverages. And the

Join the family. Develop a relationship. Find out

companies Hunter represents, like Westfield,

what professional service, delivered in a small town

Grange, and State Auto have excellent personal

atmosphere of continuity and concern, feels like.

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it first-hand, and they're eager to welcome the new technology into the Medina community.

"With this technology, you can pre-set scenes," he says. "For example, the smart technology in your phone knows when the sun

"One of the things that has really taken off over the past year or so is

rises. You can program a scene where your shades automatically go

home automation through Lutron, and we are a Lutron Certified Smart

up at sunrise for example. You can even create settings to automat-

Home dealer" explains Owner Matt Bradley. "They actually invented the

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dimmer switch over 50 years ago, so they've been around a really long

within a certain distance from your home.

time and are very good at what they do. Our partnership allows you to integrate smart technology into your home in a fashionable way." Blind automation is not like shades were in the old movies, laughs Matt, referencing the cartoonish scenes where shades go flopping

"Home automation is an incredible game changer. In the past, technology has kind of scared people. Now, it seems there is much more familiarity with it, and people are growing comfortable with what the future holds."

up into the windows. Automated shades have actually come a long

And, the practicality of automation is undeniable. Imagine an

way, and they come in a stunning variety of textures and colors. In

18-foot high window that sits two stories up. It creates a beauti-

fact, Lutron provides Budget Blinds with some exclusive fabrics that

ful setting, but the sun comes baking in at certain points every

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day and how are you going to put your shade down? With home

"The technology, the automation of it, goes beyond just motorization," explains Matt. "There's a difference between motorization and

automation, you can set that blind to come down when the sun is most blistering.

automation. Motorization involves a remote of some sort or a button.

The right blinds can even cut energy costs. Experts estimate

The automation part is where smart technology gets involved and

that we lose an excess of 50% of our home’s heating and cooling

starts making your life easier."

through the windows. The U.S. Department of Energy reports

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LIVE LIKE NEVER BEFORE WITH SMART TECHNOLOGY "But if you forget to put that blind down, what good does it do you? With automation, you can set your blinds to come down at peak glare times, or to come down more in the wintertime. You can program your shades to come down at night for increased warmth. It helps you save money, accomplish peace of mind, and, it even provides security. "Say you're traveling for vacation and you're gone for two weeks," Matt considers. "People may notice that lights are off and there isn't any movement in the home. But with automation, everything is business as usual. You can set it so that your shades and lights randomly go off and on at different points of the day. You can control everything in your house from the other side of the world with automation." Lutron has 24/7 customer support, so if you encounter a "shade emergency," they are waiting to help you out. And, their products through Budget Blinds will meet and exceed your style expectations.  "You should feel at home in your living space, and our selection will help you build up a comfortable atmosphere. Texture is one trend I find is definitely coming in. Not so much a pattern, like back in the day when people preferred florals for example. Just a bit of texture that gives your shades some depth, rather than the traditional plain solid white or beige."  Technology and trends are not all that has changed in the past year. Budget Blinds of Medina is more family-oriented than ever, now that it features a father-son team of Matt and Jake dedicated to serving and celebrating their community. Budget Blinds can help you complete the perfect room with window coverings at the budget that’s right for you, so what are you waiting for? Design and technology work together flawlessly in their realm of expertise, and they'll help you bring the future into your home. 

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1.  Just get rid of these things—seriously. Why are you keeping them?  2.  If you’re so overwhelmed that you don’t know where to begin, try starting with one small area that haunts you the most—a section of kitchen counter, a small tabletop, etc. 3.  Pick up five things and return them to their proper location. These should be items you’re used to seeing deposited on counters or floors: mail, the dog’s leash, a newspaper section, your daughter’s hair clip, random sport socks. If you don’t have a designated place for them, think about one that would suit, and start using it all the time. 4.  Give yourself the gift of a “maybe” box that you can put things in for now. Sometimes, even though we know we should get rid of something, we can’t quite let it go. Look at the random selection you’ve kept a few months down the road—chances are it will all go straight to donation. 5.  Be a more conscious shopper so that you’re not filling your decluttered home with more clutter. Whenever you see something you want, add it to an ongoing list with the date you first saw it, and then revisit the list 30 days later. You may find when you check back that the urge to purchase it has gone. And if you do decide to get it, at least you’ve given the item the time and consideration it deserves.  Living in a cluttered home or trying to work in a cluttered office is an exercise in frustration. Car keys get swallowed up, you can’t locate your important report in time for your meeting, or you replace something you can’t find only to have the original turn up shortly after. Isn’t that the worst? Make sure that never happens again by getting clutter under control ... one unpaired sock at a time. SIX THINGS YOU CAN PART WITH

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LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

EVERY FRI FRIDAY NIGHT FISH FRY

At 1 p.m., Wolf Creek Environmental

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Center will be celebrating spring's

a few surprises, and beer!All paid

sweetest blooms. During this infor-

guests receive a commemorative

mative presentation, a naturalist will

mini pilsner glass. Tickets are just $35

Lodi Post 523 American Legion

discuss wildflowers and provide some

per person, or $10 for designated driv-

Stop by for an all you can eat fish fry

insight as to the best places in the park

ers. Look for details via Main Street

dinner. Dine in for only $8, carry-out

district to find them. Ages 12 to adult.

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for $8.25. A chicken dinner will be

No registration required. Free.

available for $7.25. Sides of fries, onion rings, or hush puppies are $3. Dinners come with cole slaw & chose of fries, onion rings or hush puppies. Stop by from 5 to 7 p.m.!

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11 LEMPNER JAZZ DUO Wadsworth Public Library

Green Leaf Park

Join saxophonist Tom Lempner and

K9 Kapers provides dog owners with

guitarist Adam Sarata at 2 p.m. as

an opportunity to socialize their pets

they present a concert dedicated

with other dogs. These hikes will in-

to the sounds of spring. Lempner

terest both the dog and its owner

serves on the music faculties of Bald-

while offering exercise and fun. All

win Wallace University and Cleve-

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dogs must have an accompanying

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View over 300 works of art created by

adult and eight-foot leash (non-re-

director of the Summit Music School.

Medina City Schools students in var-

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at 1 p.m. on March 3 in the main lobby of Huntington Bank at 30 Public Square for the public opening.

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LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

14 JURIED TEEN ART SHOW Medina County District Library

services offered while you search for

boys aged 11-14. Updated curriculum

Easter eggs. The grand prize will be a

includes: 1) Safety Skills, 2) Child Care

free 12-week riding session. All ages

Skills, 3) First Aid and Rescue Skills,

are welcome to stop by for this epic

and 4) Life and Business Skills. Regis-

celebration between 12 and 2 p.m.

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Copley High School Auditorium

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music programs. Available at all Me-

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PARTING THOUGHTS

A MEMORIAL IN MEDINA ARTICLE NIKKI RHOADES

THE MEDINA ROTARY CLUB HAS BEEN

wanted to help future generations understand

KEEPING A SECRET FOR YEARS, AND

where we've come since then. For many of us,

ON JULY 28, A MASTERPIECE MEMORIAL

this day changed our life and our worldview.

THAT'S BEEN IN THE MAKING SINCE

Because of that, we knew we wanted to use

2009 WILL FINALLY BE UNVEILED TO

the remnant to build a memorial that could be

THE PUBLIC.

used as an educational destination and also as

At the time, Kelly Low was president of Medina Rotary Club, which is actually one of

There were now two questions. First, what

two Rotary Clubs in the city. Other notable

direct links does Medina County have with 9/11?

members at the time included Bill "Banner

Flight 93, you may recall, flew over our heads in

Bill" Cohen and former Mayor Jane Leaver.

the southern parts of the county shortly before

As Mayor Leaver was approaching the end

crashing in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Second,

of her tenure, she asked Bill if the Medina

where would such a monument go?

Rotary Club could put together an “entrance

After years of searching and the unfor-

to the city” welcome sign with placards of

tunate passing of key players Cohen and

community service groups and listings of

Leaver, the Medina Rotary Club found the

churches. Bill said he would make it happen.

perfect site for the memorial: the property

About a month later, Cohen spotted an ad

next to Fire Station # 1 on North Huntington

in the Wall Street Journal that changed the

Street. Though it is not quite an entrance,

course of the project.

as Leaver had originally envisioned, the site

"The ad said that if you were a nonprofit

pays homage to first responders who were

or government entity, you could apply for a

involved in 9/11. And, she notes, it's only

piece of steel from the Twin Towers," recalls

one block away from the offices of Medina

Dr. Kelly Low. She speaks with a combina-

County Veterans Services.

tion of passion and solemnity as she contin-

"You can see where it burned, and you see

ues, "The application offered no guarantee

where it twisted," she says of the remnant.

that we would receive a remnant, and it

"This piece of metal.... it's unbelievable. It is so

offered no hints as to what size it would be."

humbling to see this massive piece of metal

After 3 pages of paperwork and several

Before July, the Medina Rotary Club is

informing her that the Medina Rotary had

working to raise $100,000 to build the mon-

been selected to receive a remnant, and

ument and manage future maintenance

she was ecstatic.

needs. A GoFundMe page is currently up and

"I asked her if she could

running, and a paver program and sponsor-

FedEx it, and she laughed.

ships will be offered. Other fundraisers will be

I thought to myself, 'Well,

announced soon, so stay tuned for updates.

maybe I could just take my

"We will also offer to every school building in

dad's pickup truck to get it.'

Medina County the opportunity to have a first

It was at JFK airport in New

responder or Veteran in uniform attend the

York, which I thought was a

school with the actual beam and provide a talk

reasonable drive."

about the events of 9/11," she says. "Tragedy

That was when she found

temporarily brought unity. On that day, differ-

out that the remnant weighed

ences in appearance and lifestyle were put

a ton and a half, stretching

aside. On that day were were all Americans,

over 9 feet in length. In fact, it was 9'3" long, 31

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that was just a tiny part of the North Tower."

months of waiting, Low was contacted

“This piece of metal.... it’s unbelievable. It is so humbling to see this massive piece of metal that was just a tiny part of the North Tower.”

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a site for solemn reflection."

and we had to pull through it together."

inches tall and 2 feet wide. The fragment was

The Medina Rotary Club hopes that

an I-beam from the North Tower, and each

the memorial will continue to inspire unity

bolt featured a massive 2-inch-wide head.

here in our community. All questions

"There are kids today who weren't alive

and comments or suggestions should be

during 9/11, and for many of them the event has

directed to Dr. Kelly Low at  330.607.8670 or

been reduced to a paragraph in their history

medinarotary@gmail.com.

books," laments Low. "But for those of us that

Find out how you can get involved at

were alive, that day will never leave you. We

MedinaRotary.org.


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