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Table of Contents 5 Welcome to Twinsburg 6 City Overview 10 The Twinsburg Chamber of Commerce 11 Education 13 The Faces of Twinsburg 17 Financially Speaking 18 Health & Wellness 23 Homes & Real Estate 24 Parks & Recreation 25 Senior Living 27 Dining Guide 28 Area Map 30 Area Attractions 32 Important Phone Numbers 33 Advertiser Index COVER PHOTO - THE FACES OF TWINSBURG, See special section

starting on page 13. Front Row (left to right): Dr. Jeanne Knotek, South Suburban Women’s Center; Jo-Ann McFearin, Howard Hanna; Katherine Procop, Mayor of Twinsburg; Candy Gargus, Independence Village; Dr. Monique S. Cohn, Advanced Dermatology. Second Row (left to right): Drs. William Grossman and John Farinacci, South Suburban Women’s Center; Laurie Harris, Angle, Zaebst & Associates; Dr. Michelle Taylor, Taylor Dental; Dr. Jeremy Hersh, Twinsburg Veterinary Hospital. Third Row (left to right): Dr. Richard P. Kratche, Cleveland Clinic; Stephen Marlow, Superintendent of Twinsburg Schools; Deborah Zaebst, Angle, Zaebst & Associates; Steven Daskal, Legacy Village; Doug Johnson, Executive Director Twinsburg Chamber of Commerce. MISSING FROM PHOTO: Joan Wenk, Creative Playrooms; Jim Angle, Angle, Zaebst & Associates; Dr. Sam Taylor, Taylor Dental. Cover Location: Glen Chamberlin Park. Cover Photography: Andrew Jordan. 2010-2011 Twinsburg Magazine and Community Guide

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Welcome, and Congratulations on being Named #1 Suburb by Cleveland Magazine!

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winsburg is not just a city, it’s a community in the truest sense. It is a city rich in history and traditions, with progress and services to meet the needs of a diverse community. Residents take pride in Twinsburg’s excellent school system, nationally recognized library and outstanding park system. Our annual Twins Days Festival celebrating our founding fathers Aaron and Moses Wilcox is where our past and present come together as the city welcomes twins from around the world. Twinsburg is located between Cleveland and Akron with easy access to I-480 and the Ohio Turnpike. Residents are just a few minutes from award winning restaurants, museums, major and minor league sports, theatres and entertainment. The City excels in the preservation of open space boasting over 1,900 acres of city-owned parkland. The newest addition, Liberty Park, is 900 acres of green space that has active recreation including baseball and soccer fields, a dog park, pavilions, hike and bike trails, as well as natural features such as ledges, wetlands and waterfalls. In addition to Liberty Park, Twinsburg residents enjoy other outdoor recreation facilities that include tennis and basketball courts, picnic shelters, an outdoor pool and playgrounds. For indoor exercise, residents and guests can utilize the Twinsburg Fitness Center. The facility contains a free weight area, cardio exercise machines, swimming pool and 40,000square-foot fieldhouse. The city also owns and operates Gleneagles Golf Club, a challenging 18-hole golf course. Gleneagles has been ranked as one of the top public courses in the area. In addition to an extensive parks and recreation system, residents benefit from a school district that is rated “excellent with distinction” by the State of Ohio and a library system that is nationally rated number one in its classification by an independent rating service. Kent State University Geauga Campus/Twinsburg Academic Center provides post-secondary classes to over 700

students. Located on the corner of Routes 82 and 91, the campus provides accessible, affordable college classes towards degrees ranging from an Associates in Business to Registered Nursing Programs. “A blend of the old and new, residents love the ornate clock on Church Street.” Photo courtesy of Andrew Jordan.

There are over 450 businesses located in Twinsburg including a number of major corporations such as Rockwell International, G.E. Power Systems, Hitachi, Pepsi America, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Goodrich and Edgepark Medical. Nationally recognized University Hospital System provides outstanding urgent care and medical services to area residents at their satellite campus on Commons Blvd. And we are very excited to welcome the Cleveland Clinic Twinsburg Family Health and Surgery Center that is on schedule to open June 2011. This 190,000 s.f. facility will serve the region with additional first-class health care and a 24-hour emergency room. The city’s balanced tax base has enabled administrators to maintain one of the lowest tax rates in Summit County while providing a high level of residential service. I invite you to visit Twinsburg. I am sure you will enjoy its parks, restaurants, sports and recreation opportunities. For more details on upcoming events, please visit www.mytwinsburg.com. Sincerely,

Katherine Procop Mayor

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The City of Twinsburg By Larry Finch, Director of Planning & Community Development

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hile this city is the only one of that name in the country, it is more than the name that is unique. Named for the Wilcox Twins who founded the community and donated land and money to the community in return for naming it, this community reflects superlative statistics and “quality of life image”. The City of Twinsburg was incorporated in 1957. Known internationally for its annual gathering of twins which started in 1976 with 36 sets of twins, this event draws almost 3,000 sets of twins each year from countries all over the world.

The City’s historic development has resulted in a unique mix of outstanding community assets. Twinsburg City Schools have consistently been rated “Excellent with Distinction” and Twinsburg’s Public Library has been repeatedly rated the “No. 1 Library for its size” nationally by an independent library rating service. After consistently being ranked among the top five suburbs by Cleveland Magazine, the magazine this year rated Twinsburg as the No. 1 Suburb. The City’s quality and desirability has been recognized nationally. In 2007 Money Magazine named Twinsburg one of the top “100 Best Places to Live in the United States”, citing the town’s combination of economic opportunity, good schools, safe streets, things to do and sense of community. Having experienced significant and rapid growth in the 1990’s, the City’s growth rate has moderated. “We were one of the fastest-growing communities in Northeast Ohio,” says Mayor Katherine Procop. The growth rate has slowed by design, as about a quarter of the city’s land has been strategically set aside for parks and open spaces in order to improve Twinsburg’s quality of life and to control overdevelopment. The city now has a population of about 19,000 people. Twinsburg offers top quality city services, an excellent school system, abundant recreational opportunities for people of all ages,

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a diverse housing stock and an active and involved citizenry. “There is not much more you can ask for in a community,” the Mayor boasts. Noting its location halfway between Cleveland and Akron, along with its strategic access to major highways, regional and international airports, and the Port of Cleveland, the Twinsburg Chamber of Commerce actively promotes the logistical advantages of the City’s location. The town’s location allows easy access to all of the cultural museums and historical areas, amusement and theme parks, nature and recreation areas and sports activities in the region.

Of particular pride to the community is its abundant parkland and open space. The largest of 13 city parks, 900-acre Liberty Park combines with sections of the adjacent Summit County Metroparks to offer more than 1,600 contiguous acres of recreation area. Open area also has been preserved around Tinker’s Creek, which flows diagonally through the center of town. “More than 1,900 of the city’s 8,000 acres are devoted to open space,” Procop says.

Twinsburg has nurtured a relationship with Kent State University that has been a wonderful asset to the community according to Mayor Procop. Started in 1996 as a training center for laid off Chrysler employees, this learning center is located in the former Twinsburg “Old School”. This extension of the KSU Geauga Campus has grown to offer many undergraduate and remedial courses. “Enrollment will exceed 700 students this year,” says Procop.

Photo courtesy of Andrew Jordan.

Almost 3,000 sets of twins gather each year for the annual Twins Days Festival.

Along with youth sports, kiddie playgrounds, a fitness center, two pools and a water park, Twinsburg features plenty of opportunities to enjoy nature, such as Ledges Park, which features some of the highest sandstone ledges in the Eastern U.S., and the Twinsburg Park & Nature Preserve, which features caves, ledges, wetlands and waterfalls. “We’re one of the few cities that has its own Continued on next page

Twinsburg Fire Department The Twinsburg Fire Department completed its 90th year of service with the conclusion of the year 2009. Initially started as a volunteer organization that served the community well for over 70 years, in 1989 the department began a gradual transition to where we are today, operating as a fully-staffed professional firefighter/paramedic 24 hour per day, seven days a week operation. These professionals are also cross-trained in various other fields of hazardous materials, confined space rescue, trench rescue, rope rescue, water rescue and many other specific areas that can be emergency or nonemergency situations. The department is currently led by Chief Richard M. Racine and daily by a staff on each shift of two captains, lieutenant and seven firefighter/paramedics operating out of two stations. The main station is located at Ravenna Road next to the City Administration/ Police building that consists of four apparatus bays, triple deep, that house two fire pumpers (with the most recent addition having arrived on 07/08/10), one aerial platform unit, two advanced life support ambulances and other misc. equipment. The second station is located on Glenwood Drive just east of Rt. 91 and it houses one aerial ladder and one advanced life support ambulance. 2010-2011 Twinsburg Magazine and Community Guide

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naturalist,” the Mayor says. Naturalist Stanley Stine offers a variety of nature walks and other activities. Twinsburg also is one of the few cities that owns a golf course. The 18-hole, 6,500 yard Gleneagles Golf Course has been listed on Golf Digest’s “Places to Play” list. Twinsburg residents are engaged in their community. “There are many, many activities that the community gets involved with,” the Mayor says. “Once a year we have a doggies swim, where it’s dogs only in the outdoor pool. We have movie nights under the stars. Every year more than 100 actors of all ages get involved in our youth theater production, and this year the City is conducting a Rock-the-Park Concert series,” Procop said. A “Farmer’s Market” is open on Thursday afternoons on Creekside Drive. Additionally, the Parks and Recreation Department offers a full schedule of recreational and personal development activities at the City’s Recreation Center. Twinsburg offers housing for people of all income ranges, from condos to premier upscale houses, and a diverse population of people of all cultures. “Our services are second to none and we’re able to provide them with taxes that have been among the lowest in the region,” she says.

“We make very efficient use of our resources and try to supplement our resources by securing grants and leveraging financial assistance. Over the last year the City has followed recommendations of our energy consultants and has installed solar water heaters at the outdoor pool, a methane fueled microturbine at the wastewater treatment plant, building envelope improvements at several city buildings and lighting retrofits at the Recreation Center. The City has secured grant money to perform most of this work and will save in future operational costs by their implementation. We are looking for ways that we cannot only reduce our energy consumption to save costs, but also find ways to really make us a green city. Our recycling program has had excellent participation from the residents, which is an example of how committed they are to the betterment of our community.” “We have a very good business base which we are very proud of,” Procop says. The administration has been proactive in encouraging a diverse business base. The recent closing of the Chrysler Twinsburg Stamping Plant has been a significant loss of revenue (about 13 percent). “We are working with the new owners of the Chrysler site and are actively promoting it,” says Mayor Procop. Even with the closing of Chrysler, the City is maintaining an active pace of new development and business expansions. Most significant of these is a new 190,000 s.f. Cleveland Clinic Twinsburg Family Health and Surgery Center, being constructed at I-480 and Darrow Road. Other projects include a new CVS retail store at the southern end of town, a 50,000 s.f. addition for Verizon Wireless on Highland Road and a new residential subdivision. The City’s Economic Development Division offers a comprehensive set of incentive programs to assist businesses and



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Opposite: The Twinsburg Government Center. This page: City-owned and operated Gleneagles Golf Club is one of the top public courses in the area. Photos courtesy of Andrew Jordan and B. Kaldy.

property owners to locate and thrive in the city. They include an Enterprise Zone Program operated jointly with Summit County, a Community Reinvestment Area Program that enables those who invest in real property within a designated area to benefit from abatement of a portion of real property tax increases resulting from that investment, and the Twinsburg Occupancy Program, which encourages the use of existing industrial and commercial buildings. Twinsburg has been a leader in inter-city cooperative agreements according to the Mayor. Citing a recent Memorandum of Understanding with the City of Solon, the Mayor says “This Memorandum of Understanding limits incentives to companies relocating between the two communities. This is a program that we hope to promote to several other area communities. We are also participants in the Summit County Jobs Preservation Agreement that provides revenue sharing among communities affected by industrial relocations and discourages poaching of businesses from one community by another.” Mayor Procop acknowledges that this is a difficult time for most Ohio cities but is convinced that her City will thrive. “As you can see, this is an active and dynamic community. We are ready and positioned to benefit from a changing economy.”

Twinsburg Police Department The Twinsburg Police Department was created on March 4, 1955 when Mayor Alexander Day hired Twinsburg Township Constable Glenn R. Osborn to serve as the Chief of Police of the newly incorporated village. From the early years when the department consisted of two full-time officers and volunteer reserves, to today’s modern department of 31 fulltime officers, 2 part-time jailers, 1 part-time DARE officer and 15 civilian support staff, the Twinsburg Police Department stands as an excellent example of professional law enforcement in the State of Ohio. Led by Chief Chris Noga (pictured to the right), the Twinsburg Police Department consists of a 25-member Patrol Division supported by a three-member Detective Bureau, the Communications Center, the Records Bureau and one administrative assistant. Additionally, two officers are assigned to the Twinsburg City Schools. The department continues to use the latest technology available to help deliver comprehensive, quality police services to the community. For more information about TPD, visit www.twinsburgpd.com, visit us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. 2010-2011 Twinsburg Magazine and Community Guide

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Twinsburg Chamber of Commerce: Growing Your Business, Growing Our Community

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ne of the questions we often hear at the Chamber office is, “So, what does a Chamber of Commerce do, anyway?”

The answer is simple: the Chamber is an IRS designated 501(c)6 business association. We are in business to help businesses become more successful. As your business grows, so does our community. The Twinsburg Chamber of Commerce provides four primary benefits to our members: • Cost savings benefits. Particularly in this economy, our cost saving benefits can dramatically increase your return on investment of membership dues. We offer several major programs, and many of our members offer member-to-member discounts. • Education. The Chamber offers its members a wide variety of educational programs and workshops on topics ranging from human resource issues to marketing and technology. • Advocacy. We provide a website, www.TwinsburgBusinessVotes.com that highlights legislation affecting the business community. We also advocate for or against legislation and encourage our members to also do so, when that legislation will have a positive or negative effect on the business community. 10

• Business Promotion. We have all heard the expression, “relationship selling”. Whether in retail or any other type of business, we all sell – whether product, information or services. The Chamber provides a number of ways of “connecting businesses” and building those relationships. The Chamber also refers our members whenever we can. It was once said that a Chamber of Commerce does everything that people think just happens. How true! What can we do for you today? The Twinsburg Chamber of Commerce is located at 2250 East Enterprise Parkway, Twinsburg, Ohio. We can be reached at 330-963-6249 or check out our website at www.TwinsburgChamber.com

Above: Canyon Falls Office Park. Right: Doug Johnson, Executive Director, Twinsburg Chamber of Commerce. Photos courtesy of Andrew Jordan.

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Twinsburg City Schools are Outstanding

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he Ohio Department of Education has designated Twinsburg City Schools as “Excellent” or “Excellent with Distinction” for seven consecutive years for academic accomplishments on the state report card. Students at Dodge Intermediate School enjoy the benefits of White Boards. Photo courtesy of Twinsburg Schools.

The Twinsburg City School District is committed to providing outstanding educational opportunities for our children through a wide range of programs and services. Striving to prepare our students to be successful in our global society is evident in the programs and services provided to our students. There are endless growth experiences children can encounter when involving themselves in the learning environment of the Twinsburg City School District. The numerous academic as well as extracurricular and co-curricular programs provide students an atmosphere that promotes success in and out of the classroom.

Our schools offer fine arts programs that are second to none. Individual students as well as student groups have received national recognition in the areas of band, orchestra, and Great Expectations Show Choir. As members of the Northeast Ohio Conference, our students/athletes continue to win numerous league championships and compete successfully at state competitions. The treasurer’s office has also received frequent accolades. The state auditor’s office has awarded the district with the “Making Your Tax Dollars Count Award” for three consecutive years. Our expenditures per pupil continue to be below the state average while we continue providing excellent opportunities for our children. The Twinsburg City School District is a fantastic place to raise a family and educate our children. Our school district plays an important role in the success of our community. Collectively, all the members of our community strive to uphold our motto: “… Where Schools and Communities are One.”

Steve Marlow, Superintendent Twinsburg City Schools

Excellence in Action at the Twinsburg Academic Center

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n affordable, accessible, and quality university education is right in the heart of Twinsburg, OH, on the corners of Route 82 and Route 91 through the Twinsburg Academic Center, an extension of Kent State University at Geauga. Students enrolled at the Twinsburg Academic Center have an opportunity to earn college credits towards a variety of degrees as well as complete non-credit certificate programs. Students choose the Twinsburg Academic Center for a variety of reasons. Ellen, a business major, shares “the reason I chose the Twinsburg Academic Center was the location. It has the classes I needed, close to home.” Small class size, low tuition costs and free parking are among the many other reasons that almost 800 students choose to take classes in Twinsburg. Give us a call at 330-487-0574 to learn more about our programs! 2010-2011 Twinsburg Magazine and Community Guide

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City Schools at a Glance Twinsburg City Schools ..................................... 330-486-2000

11136 Ravenna Rd., Twinsburg, OH 44087

Bissell Elementary .............................................. 330-486-2100

1811 Glenwood Dr.

Wilcox Primary.................................................... 330-486-2030

9198 Darrow Rd.

Dodge Intermediate........................................... 330-486-2200

10225 Ravenna Rd.

R.B. Chamberlin Middle..................................... 330-486-2281

10270 Ravenna Rd.

Twinsburg High .................................................. 330-486-2400

10084 Ravenna Rd.

BOARD OF EDUCATION President ..........................................................Stephen Shebeck Vice President ..........................................................Ron Stuver Board Members ................................................ David Andrews

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CUYAHOGA VALLEY CAREER CENTER Established in 1972 by eight public school districts including Brecksville-Broadview Heights, Cuyahoga Heights, Garfield Heights, Independence, Nordonia Hills, North Royalton, Revere and Twinsburg, Cuyahoga Valley Career Center (CVCC) provides career-technical High School Programs, Adult Education, Career Development (K-12) and Community Services. With technologically advanced programs and equipment, CVCC begins career education at the kindergarten level. Annually, CVCC students earn state and national recognition for their skills and provide valuable resources for the community. Articulation agreements with several colleges allow students to earn college credit for some CVCC courses and free parking is always available. An important educational resource for adults and companies, CVCC offers affordable, customized training for skill upgrades or career changes. Adult Education is open to all Northeast Ohio adults and provides ongoing registration with new classes starting monthly. Plus, the School of Nursing at CVCC offers both full and part-time programs. Visit www.cvccworks.com or call 440-526-5200 for more information. 12

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The Faces of Twinsburg Front Row (left to right): Dr. Jeanne Knotek, South Suburban Women’s Center; Jo-Ann McFearin, Howard Hanna; Katherine Procop, Mayor of Twinsburg; Candy Gargus, Independence Village; Dr. Monique S. Cohn, Advanced Dermatology. Second Row (left to right): Drs. William Grossman and John Farinacci, South Suburban Women’s Center; Laurie Harris, Angle, Zaebst & Associates; Dr. Michelle Taylor, Taylor Dental; Dr. Jeremy Hersh, Twinsburg Veterinary Hospital. Third Row (left to right): Dr. Richard P. Kratche, Cleveland Clinic; Stephen Marlow, Superintendent of Twinsburg Schools; Deborah Zaebst, Angle, Zaebst & Associates; Steven Daskal, Legacy Village; Doug Johnson, Executive Director Twinsburg Chamber of Commerce. MISSING FROM PHOTO: Joan Wenk, Creative Playrooms; Jim Angle, Angle, Zaebst & Associates; Dr. Sam Taylor, Taylor Dental. Photo Location: Glen Chamberlin Park. Photography: Andrew Jordan.

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How is a Tax Return Selected for Audit? No one likes being audited by the IRS. However, not all audits are the result of wrongdoing. There are several reasons the IRS may select your return for an audit. A limited number of returns are selected completely at random. Your tax return may be chosen by IRS computers. The IRS uses a computer-generated program that gives each return a numeric score. For example, your score may be increased if itemized deductions appear to be unreasonable based on your income, family size, profession, and where you live. Your score may also be increased if there is a potential of unreported income. Cash intensive businesses are high on the IRS radar. The IRS has a computer generated information matching program. Tax documents such as W-2s and 1099 forms that you receive from employers, banks, and brokerage firms are also submitted to the IRS. Returns can be selected for audit if the income you report on your tax return does not match the tax documents received by the IRS. These types of examinations are often completed by mail. The IRS has a tendency to examine returns that claim unusual

credits or deductions like the “earned income tax credit” or the “homebuyer credit.” However, the threat of an audit should not prevent you from claiming a tax benefit that you are entitled to take. The tax return of a partner in a partnership or a shareholder in an S Corporation will most likely be audited if the IRS audits the tax return of the partnership or S Corporation. Your tax return was audited in a prior year, which resulted in a significant increase in tax. You are experiencing adverse publicity or a “whistleblower” has turned you in. Information can come from sources such as newspapers, public records, and individuals. To help minimize the chance of being audited, use a professional tax preparer and take their advice seriously. Make certain you report all your income and maintain records of all your expenses. Finally, if you are chosen for a tax audit, you should seek the services of a professional CPA who is experienced in dealing with the IRS. This article is an expanded version of a story that appears in the Angle, Zaebst & Associates “News Notes.” To view additional articles, please go to www.az-associates.com and check out our “News Notes” archives.

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Coming in 2011 Twinsburg Family Health & Surgery Center Cleveland Clinicâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s future Twinsburg Family Health & Surgery Center. Project opening Spring of 2011.

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leveland Clinic is building a new state-of-the-art healthcare facility in Twinsburg, at the intersection of Route 91, just south of I-480, and Darrow Road. This 190,000 square-foot, full-service center will house a 24-hour emergency department with a helipad, and includes land for future expansion. The facility will bring 300 jobs to Twinsburg, and generate more than $600,000 annually in local payroll taxes and $1.3 million in state payroll taxes.

Cleveland Clinic Twinsburg Family Health and Surgery Center will include four operating rooms, two procedure rooms, two endoscopy suites and will provide primary care as well as the following specialty services: Allergy Bone Densitometry Nuclear Camera Cardiology - General Colorectal Surgery CT Scan Dermatology Ear, Nose and Throat Emergency Department Endocrinology Family Medicine Gastroenterology General Radiology General Surgery Hematology/Oncology Internal Medicine Laboratory Mammography MRI

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The new facility is anticipated to open during the spring of 2011. For more information and construction updates, visit clevelandclinic.org/twinsburg. While the Twinsburg Family Health and Surgery Center is under construction, Cleveland Clinic will provide medical care to Twinsburg and surrounding communities at Twinsburg Medical Offices. Located at 2365 Edison Boulevard, Suite 100, the facility will offer several of Cleveland Clinicâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s top ranked specialty services, as well as primary care. For more information or to make an appointment with one of our physicians at Twinsburg Medical Offices, call 330-888-4000. See ad on next page

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health education, and the support of community health. In northeast Ohio, Kaiser Permanente serves the health care needs of approximately 140,000 members in a nine-county area. Services are provided by more than 180 Ohio Permanente Medical Group physicians, 3,000 network affiliated physicians, and more than 1,900 non-physician employees. In 2009, Kaiser Permanente of Ohio celebrated 45 years of providing care in Northeast Ohio. The Kaiser Permanente Twinsburg Medical Offices are located at 8920 Canyon Falls Blvd., Twinsburg, OH 44087-1973. Visit the Kaiser Permanente website at www.kp.org for more information. See ad on inside front cover

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a progesterone dispensing intrauterine device. While effective, many women want to avoid the risks of hormones. Dilatation and curettage and hysterectomy are surgical alternatives. Novasure endometrial ablation is a newer treatment option and now available in an office setting. A minimally invasive procedure, many women return to their normal activities the following day. Women avoid the risks and side effects associated with hormone use. Also avoided are possible complications associated with major surgery like hysterectomy. Novasure endometrial ablation has become a viable alternative to the treatment of heavy menstrual bleeding. Dr. Knotek South Suburban Women’s Center See ad on page 2 2010-2011 Twinsburg Magazine and Community Guide

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has helped create a demand for housing here. The fact that mortgage interest rates are still at historic lows means your mortgage dollar will go a lot farther than in previous years. Some industry experts expect interest rates to go up, and the market to get flooded with foreclosed properties late summer into early 2011. Both of these factors will affect the real estate value. If you would like more information on buying or selling real estate in Twinsburg or surrounding communities call me! — Jo-Ann McFearin, Your Hometown Realtor See ad on page 1

A Few Simple Tips for Sellers • Price it right • Offer to pay some of the buyer’s closing costs • Curb appeal matters so spend money on flowers, fresh paint, mulch • Inside your house should look fresh including fresh paint, carpeting, light fixtures and appliances • De-clutter • Use a realtor who knows your marketing area 2010-2011 Twinsburg Magazine and Community Guide

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he Twinsburg Parks & Recreation Department exists to care for public lands and afford opportunities for personal enrichment for people of all ages and abilities. Whether you are looking for a quiet hike on one of our many trails or an exhilarating aerobics class, the Parks and Recreation Department has something for everyone. During the summer months, the Twinsburg Waterpark is the best place to cool off from the hot sun. The zero-depth entry allows little ones easy and safe access to the pool, while diving boards and waterslide are great for the older kids. Do you need a place to hold a family reunion, baby shower, or birthday party? If so, the Twinsburg Community Center can certainly host any event you are throwing. With rooms that can hold up to 160 people and a state-of-the-art kitchen, your party will be worry free. Additionally, you can reserve one of our 5 park shelters while at the Community Center. The Twinsburg Fitness Center has every amenity to help keep your mind and body in shape. This 92,000 sq. ft. facility consists of 3 full-size basketball courts, a six lane running/ walking track, a 5,000 sq. ft. weight room, a Spinning® studio,

a 326,000 gallon swimming pool, a hot tub, a child care room, and an aerobics room. Using a variety of specialized aerobic classes, personal training, and friendly advice, the Fitness Center strives to provide the best programming to help meet your fitness goals. Furthermore, the Fitness Center provides excellent children’s programming (swimming lessons, gymnastics, etc.) and familyfocused opportunities. Twinsburg’s commitment to being “Naturally Beautiful” can be seen in over 1800 acres of pristine park land. Whether you choose to use one of our shelters at Glenn Chamberlin Park, hike the Ledges at Liberty Park with our Naturalist or bike the trails at Center Valley Park, you can be sure you will find something that pleases everyone. Additionally, backyard gardeners can rent a plot of land at the Community Gardens to harvest their vegetables. The Twinsburg Rock the Park Concert Series continues to entertain audiences throughout the Summer. These 21 and older events feature great live music, awesome food and cold beer, all at an intimate park setting. Besides being a great night out for concert goers, these concerts are great avenues for local businesses to market themselves through several different sponsorship options. Companies interested in sponsorship or concert-goers interested in information for next year’s concert series, please visit www.rocktheparkconcert.com. Our Twinsburg Seniors enjoy the benefits of the Senior Center where they have many opportunities to participate in trips, movies and weekly events. The new Nintendo Wii bowling game gives residents a chance for casual game or competition for the highest score. For more information about the Twinsburg Parks and Recreation Center, visit our website at www.twinsburgrecreation.com or call us at 330-963-8722.

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and arts and crafts events. A recent addition has been our chair volleyball team. The Twinsburg Tornados compete against local senior centers in The Josephine Levicky Memorial Tournament bringing centers together for some friendly competition. The seniors enjoy traveling on day trips and overnight trips to area attractions. Twinsburg Seniors can also obtain free memberships to the Twinsburg Fitness Center as a member of the Silver Sneakers Program, which offers an assortment of classes to individuals 55 and better. Lastly, throughout the community you can see numerous seniors making a difference participating as volunteers in many organizations. Senior Center memberships are available. For more information, check out our web page at www.twinsburgrecreation.com or call 330-963-8722.

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Twinsburg Dining Guide D’Angelo’s 330-963-0603

Mavis Winkle’s Irish Pub* 330-405-3663

Scorchers 330-425-3473

Photo courtesy of Andrew Jordan.

Dairy Queen 330-425-4196

McDonald’s 330-425-3011

Serio’s Catering* 330-352-4673

Arby’s 330-487-1599

Damon’s 330-405-6330

Michael’s Sandwiches & Café 330-425-1809

Starbucks Twinsburg 330-425-1233

BayLobsters Fish Market* 330-486-0713

Donato’s Pizza 330-963-0081

Mr. Chicken 330-425-4455

Subway North 330-487-0919

Beijing Garden* 330-425-9795

Doughnut Works 330-963-3070

Panini’s Bar & Grill Pizza Hut 330-425-9111

Subway South 330-405-9813

Blue Canyon Kitchen and Tavern* 330-486-BLUE

El Campesino 330-405-2897

Pizza Pan 330-405-0808

Taco Bell 330-425-3999

Fresh Start Dine 330-425-2888

Quizno’s Subs 330-486-0601

Tail Gators Grill & Pub 330-405-4990

George’s Donuts 330-963-9902

Rav’s Creekside Tap & Grill 330-425-3435

Teresa’s Pizza* 30-963-0900

Gionino’s Pizzeria 330-405-0707

Reddi’s Pizza 330-405-4556

The Original Cheesesteak & Hoagie 330-998-6586

Mandarin Seafood Buffet 330-963-9999

Red’s Place* 330-425-7979

China Moon 330-963-3888

Marcelita’s Mexican Restaurant 330-656-2129

Romeo’s Pizza 330-486-0616

Cracker Barrel 330-405-0727

Marco’s Pizza 330-405-0303

Blue Canyon Kitchen and Tavern is set on a beautiful location.

Bob Evans Farm Restaurant 330-487-1514 Bongiorno’s* 330-487-1545 Brewster’s Café 330-405-7222 Burger King 330-487-5659

Rosati’s Frozen Custard 330-487-0800

Wendy’s 330-963-5105 Zeppe’s Pizzeria* 330-405-9630

* Denotes Twinsburg Chamber of Commerce member

Rush Hour Grille* 330-425-3221 2010-2011 Twinsburg Magazine and Community Guide

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l Community Information

Area Attractions Cultural Blossom Music Center 1145 W. Steels Corners Cuyahoga Falls 330-920-8040 www.blossommusic.com Cleveland Museum of Art 11150 East Blvd., Cleveland 216-421-7340 www.clemusart.com Cleveland Museum of Natural History 1 Wade Oval Dr. University Circle, Cleveland 216-231-4600 www.cmnh.org Cleveland Opera 1422 Euclid Ave., Cleveland 216-575-0903, ext. 221 The Cleveland Orchestra 11001 Euclid Ave. University Circle, Cleveland 216-231-1111 www.clevelandorch.com

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Cleveland Playhouse 8500 Euclid Ave., Cleveland 216-795-7000 www.clevelandplayhouse.com E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall 198 Hill St., Akron 330-972-7595 www.ejthomashall.com Playhouse Square Center 1501 Euclid Ave., Cleveland 216-771-4444 www.playhousesquare.com Porthouse Theatre 1145 Steels Corners Rd. Cuyahoga Falls 330-672-3884 www.porthousetheatre.com Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum 1 Key Plaza, Cleveland 888-764-ROCK www.rockhall.com Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens 714 North Portage Path, Akron 330-836-5533 www.stanhywet.org

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Opposite: Twinsburg Community Garden; Twins celebrating at Twins Days Festival; Twinsburg

Hale Farm & Village 2686 Oak Hill Rd., Bath 330-666-3711 www.wrhs.org

Public Library. This page, right: The monument at Twinsburg Square. Photos courtesy of Andrew Jordan. Weathervane Playhouse 1301 Weathervane Lane, Akron 330-836-2626 www.weathervaneplayhouse.com

Inventure Place National Inventors Hall of Fame 221 South Broadway, Akron 330-762-4463 www.invent.org James A. Garfield National Historic Site 8095 Mentor Ave., Mentor 440-255-8722 www.wrhs.org

Educational Great Lakes Science Center 601 Erieside Ave., Cleveland 216-694-2000 www.greatscience.com

NASA Visitors Center 21000 Brookpark Rd., Cleveland 216-433-2000

Churches in Twinsburg Christ the King Lutheran Church 10285 Ravenna Rd., 330-425-7377 www.ctktwinsburg.com Christ Community Fellowship 10900 Ravenna Rd., 330-405-2817 Church of God in Christ 2011 Eton St., 330-425-3988 Church of the Living Word 2365 Old Mill Rd., 330-405-9403 Community AME Church 2017 Stanford St., 330-963-0425 www.ame-church.com Destiny Church 9241 Ravenna Rd., 330-405-1993 www.destinychurchonline.com Faith United Methodist Church 2560 Post Rd., 330-425-2565 www.ncdistrictumc.org/churches/ twinsburg.htm

First Baptist Church 10204 Ravenna Rd., 330-425-8144 First Congregational Church of Twinsburg 9050 Church St., 330-425-2181 www.fcctwinsburg.com Grace Community Church 10204 Ravenna Rd., 330-425-8144 Jehovahâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Witnesses 9571 E. Idlewood Dr., 330-963-7038 Millions for Christ Mission 1281 Sharonbrook Dr., 330-425-2809 Mount Olive Baptist Church 2098 Oxford St., 330-425-4824 Saints Cosmas & Damian Church 10419 Ravenna Rd., 330-425-8141 www.sscosmas-damian.org Sanctuary of Praise 8788 Hadden Rd., 330-425-3088

Fellowship of Christian Athletes 1900 Enterprise Pkwy., 330-425-2973 Second Pilgrim Baptist Church 1954 Buchtel St., 330-425-9501

First Congregational Church of Twinsburg. Photo courtesy of Andrew Jordan.

Trinity Baptist Church 10900 Ravenna Rd., 330-425-7909 www.trinity.ohbaptist.org

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Local Contact Information Local Government Contact Information City of Twinsburg ....................................................... 330-425-7161 10075 Ravenna Rd. Twinsburg, OH 44087 www.mytwinsburg.com Police, Fire, EMS EMERGENCY ........................................................911 Police (Non-Emergency) ................................................. 330-425-1234 Fire/EMS (Non-Emergency)............................................ 330-963-6256 Finance Department ...................................................... 330-425-7161 Human Resources ........................................................... 330-963-6320 Information Technology ................................................ 330-963-6240 Planning & Community Dev. ......................................... 330-963-6154 Engineering Division ...................................................... 330-963-6233 Building Division ............................................................ 330-963-6270 Parks & Recreation ......................................................... 330-963-8722 Gleneagles Golf Club ..................................................... 330-425-3334 Public Works Department.............................................. 330-425-7161 Twinsburg Chamber of Commerce ................................ 330-963-6249 Twinsburg Public Library ............................................... 330-425-4268 Twinsburg Post Office .................................................... 800-275-8777

Utilities Time Warner Cable......................................................... 800-683-1000 Windstream .................................................................... 866-961-9463 Cable 9 ............................................................................ 330-468-1402 Division of Water ........................................................... 216-664-3130 Dominion East Ohio ....................................................... 800-362-7557 Ohio Edison (First Energy) ............................................. 800-633-4766 Waste Management, Inc. ............................................... 800-523-7193

Village of Reminderville ........................................... 330-562-1234 3382 Glenwood Blvd., Reminderville, OH 44202 www.reminderville.com Police, Fire, EMS EMERGENCY ........................................................911 Police (Non-Emergency) ................................................. 330-562-1634 Fire (Non-Emergency) .................................................... 330-562-2862 Village Hall ..................................................................... 330-562-1234

Twinsburg Township 9833 Ravennna Rd., Twinsburg, OH 44087 www.twinsburgtwp.com Office Administrator ...................................................... 330-425-4497 Service Department ....................................................... 330-425-8374 Zoning Department ....................................................... 330-425-4497 Waste Disposal ............................................................... 330-425-4497 Water .............................................................................. 330-405-1598

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● Community Information Entertainment & Shopping Akron Zoo 500 Edgewood Ave., Akron 330-375-2550 www.akronzoo.com Aurora Farms Premium Outlets 549 S. Chillicothe Rd., Aurora 330-562-2000 www.premiumoutlets.com/aurora Cedar Point 1 Cedar Point Dr., Sandusky 419-627-2350 www.cedarpoint.com Cleveland Metroparks Zoo 3900 Wildlife Way, Cleveland 216-661-6500 www.clemetzoo.com Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad 1664 Main St., Peninsula 800-468-4070 www.cvsr.com Dover Lake Park 1150 W. Highland Rd., Sagamore Hills 330-655-SWIM www.doverlake.com Geauga Lake’s Wildwater Kingdom 1100 Squires Rd., Aurora 330-562-8303

Ellsworth Meadows Golf Club 1101 Barlow Rd., Hudson 330-655-2267 Gleneagles Golf Club 2615 Glenwood Dr., Twinsburg 330-425-3334 Grantwood Golf Course 38855 Aurora Rd., Solon 440-248-4646 Hudson Country Club 2155 Middleton Rd., Hudson 330-650-1188 Mid Pines Golf Course & Range 39300 Aurora Rd., Solon 440-248-7285 Shawnee Hills Golf Course 18753 Egbert Rd., Bedford 440-232-7184

Library Twinsburg Public Library 10050 Ravenna Rd., Twinsburg 330-425-4268 www.twinsburglibrary.org Hours: Main Branch: M-TH 9am - 9pm; F & SAT 9:30am - 6pm; SUN 1pm - 5pm; Closed on certain holidays Branch: HRCL 8776 Harvard Rd., Twinsburg Township M - TH 12:30pm - 5:30pm

Area Golf Courses Astorhurst Country Club 7000 Dunham Rd., Walton Hills 440-439-3636 Aurora Golf & Country Club 50 Trails End, Aurora 330-562-8188

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Barrington Golf Club 350 N Aurora Rd., Aurora 330-995-0600 Boston Hills Country Club 105 E Hines Hill Rd., Hudson 330-650-0934 Brandywine Country Club 5555 Akron Peninsula Rd., Peninsula 330-657-2525

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Advertiser Index Accountant Angle, Zaebst & Associates ................... p 13, 17 www.az-associates.com 8880 Darrow Rd., Twinsburg 330-425-4422 Childcare Creative Playrooms ........ p 12, 15 www.creativeplayrooms.com 32800 Solon Rd., Solon 440-248-3100 City Government City of Twinsburg ................... p 4 www.mytwinsburg.com 10075 Ravenna Rd., Twinsburg 330-963-8722 Colleges/Universities Kent State UniversityGeauga/Twinsburg Center .. p 11 www.geauga.kent.edu 8997 Darrow Rd., Twinsburg 330-487-0574 Dentist Taylor Dental .................. p 16, 18 9795 Ravenna Rd., Twinsburg 330-425-2220 Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery Advanced Dermatology ............ p 15, 20, 30 www.yourgreatskin.com 8940 Darrow Rd., Twinsburg 330-425-7600 Education Cuyahoga Valley Career Center ....................... p 12 www.cvccworks.com 8001 Brecksville Rd., Brecksville 440-526-5200

Hospital/Medical Facilities Cleveland Clinic Twinsburg Family Health & Surgery Center ......... p 14, 18, 19 clevelandclinic.org/twinsburgcarenow Twinsburg Medical Office Bldg. 2365 Edison Blvd., Ste. 100 Twinsburg 330-888-4000 Kaiser Permanente .... p 21, Inside Ft. Cvr www.kaiserpermanente.org 8920 Canyon Falls Blvd. Twinsburg 800-524-7377 877-398-3187 TTY/TDD University Hospitals....... .p 22, Back Cover www.uhhospitals.org Bedford Medical Center 44 Blaine Ave. Bedford 440-735-3900 Hudson Health Center 5778 Darrow Rd. Hudson 330-650-5050 Twinsburg Health Center 8819 Commons Blvd. Twinsburg 330-486-9600 Appointments & Physician Referral: 1-866-UH4-CARE (1-866-844-2273) Hotel Hilton Garden Inn ................ p 26 www.clevelandtwinsburg.hgi.com 8971 Wilcox Dr.,Twinsburg 330-405-4488

Manufacturer Chromascape .......................... p 8 www.chromascape.com 2055 Enterprise Parkway,Twinsburg 330-425-4244 Office Equipment Sales, Service & Supplies The Source .............................. p 6 www.servicehp.com 2307 East Aurora Rd., B-9 Twinsburg 330-963-1001 Photography Andrew Jordan Photography......................... p 22 andrewjordanphotography.com 1715 Arbutus Dr., Hudson 330-998-3674 Physician South Suburban Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Center ......... p 2, 16, 21 9105 Darrow Rd., Twinsburg 330-425-7400

Above: Twins enjoying Twins Days Festival. Stone Ledge Farms & children enjoy the playground at Glen Chamberlin Park.

Photos courtesy of Andrew Jordan and B. Kaldy.

Roofing Campopiano Roofing, Inc. ......................... p 23 www.camporoof.com 330-425-1285 Senior Services Grande Village...................... p 26 www.sprengerhealthcare.com 2610 East Aurora Rd., Twinsburg 330-963-3600

Real Estate Gallmann Group ................... p 24 www.clevelandhomes.com 34050 Solon Rd., Solon 440-248-2548

Independence Village .... p 15, 25 www.seniorvillages.com 505 S. Chillicothe Rd., Aurora 330-562-1750

Jo-Ann McFearinHoward Hanna ........... p 1, 15, 23 www.JoAnnMcFearin.com 10003 Ezra Court,Twinsburg 216-701-3552

Legacy Place Twinsburg ....................... p 16, 25 www.lhshealth.com 9928 Vail Drive,Twinsburg 330-405-6040

Restaurant Blue Canyon Kitchen & Tavern .................. p 26 www.bluecanyonrestaurtant.com 8960 Wilcox Dr.,Twinsburg 330-486-BLUE

Veterinary Hospital Twinsburg Veterinary Hospital & Pet Lodge .......................... p 16 www.twinsburgvet.com 8803 Ravenna Rd., Twinsburg 330-425-4226

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