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Menards ‘just the beginning,’ says retail developer by STEVE WIANDT | REPORTER Cuyahoga Falls — The first batch of Portage Crossing tenants announced in recent weeks is “just the beginning,” says the project’s developer. Eight to 12 more tenants will eventually join the two anchor stores and several other big-name businesses at the site. “Menards, which is a family-owned home improvement retailer with 160-plus stores in the Midwest will be bringing its greatest selection, its new-

� Inside: Concerns raised about grocery store’s plans. Page 5

est prototype, best prices and its stellar service … to Cuyahoga Falls,” developer Bob Stark, president and CEO of Stark Enterprises announced. “It’s something to be extraordinarily proud of.” Menards will occupy SEE MENARDS, PAGE 4

Woodridge schools plan levy try in August by ELLIN WALSH | REPORTER Peninsula — During a special school board meeting May 1 the Woodridge Board of Education is expected to take the second of two steps required for another levy try in August. By a 4-1 vote April 17, the Board took the first step, declaring the need for a five-year levy that would generate $3 million annually. Board member Jeff McHugh dissented. In the second step, the school district sends the

� Inside: School Board OKs pay-to-participate program. Page 7 levy to the Summit County Board of Elections for certification and placement on the ballot. Treasurer Deanna Levenger said the levy “may not be exactly the same, but will be very similar” to a levy which failed in March. SEE LEVY, PAGE 6


About 3,000 people gathered at Falls River Square on April 15 for the Akron Tea Party rally.

Tea Party event draws 3,000 to Falls by PHIL KEREN | EDITOR Cuyahoga Falls — About 3,000 people descended on Falls River Square for the Rescue America Tax Day Rally hosted by several area Tea Party groups April 15. The event included speeches from Cuyahoga Falls Mayor Don Robart, Munroe Falls Mayor Frank Larson, State Rep. Kristina Roegner, State Sen. Frank LaRose, Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel, Joe the Plumber, radio hosts Quinn and Rose, and Theodore Wilson, as well as more than 40 different organizations with booths set up around the mall. Robart said he told the crowd it was “imperative” for the Tea Party and the Republican Party to “stay

ence that the current administration has been on a spending spree and that the Obama stimulus package has been a failure,” said Robart. “There was a very festive atmosphere,” said Dana Adams, president of the Akron Tea Party. “Theo Wilson again was the crowd favorite and kicked off the rally.” Wilson served as a Chaplain in the U.S. Navy and is a combat veteran of Operation Desert Shield/Desert Theodore Wilson II addresses Storm. He was an Interim the crowd gathered for the AkChaplain at Brown Univerron Tea Party rally. He served as a sity. Chaplain in the U.S. Navy and is a This is the third Tea Party combat veteran of Operation Des- event that has taken place ert Shield/Desert Storm. in Cuyahoga Falls. Adams said the Aktogether” in this fall’s elecron Tea Party, the Portage tion. “I reminded the audiSEE TEA, PAGE 16



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Motorists can expect delays on state Route 8 through Hudson by LAURA FREEMAN | REPORTER Hudson — Motorists should expect delays in the northbound lanes of state Route 8 through Hudson over the next two weeks as the city makes seasonal repairs. Workers from Hudson will patch and fill potholes on Route 8 northbound from Seasons Road to Hines

Hill Road beginning April 23 and continuing for two weeks, according to City Communications Manager Jody Roberts. Traffic will be maintained at all times, but one or two lanes will be closed during daylight hours to ensure the safety of city workers making the repairs, she said. The city suggests motorists consider alternate

Cuyahoga Falls has new natural gas supplier The city of Cuyahoga Falls has entered into a new natural gas contract with IGS Energy. The current contract with Vectren Source Energy is set to expire at the end of April. The Vectren rate of $3.4008/mcf (1,000 cubic feet) variable and $4.491/mcf fixed will run through April, which is reflected on the May bill. Under the terms of the city’s aggregation program, eligible residential and small commercial customers will be included in the purchasing group automatically unless they elect to opt out of the program. IGS Energy will be sending information to all eligible customers on or around April 20. The new contract with IGS Energy will end in March 2014. The offer provided will be a monthly variable rate based on the current market price through the March 2013 billing period. The offer is price protected and has a cap of $5.74 per mcf. There is no cancellation fee to leave the program. The price for the second year of the contract will be locked in before March 2013. During the transition to IGS Energy, customers’ accounts may briefly revert to Dominion East Ohio for service. Should this occur, customers need not worry

about this and can ignore any mailing literature from Dominion. Effective May 1, and on the first of each month following, the new variable rate will be advertised on the city’s website at www. Current participants in the city’s gas program will automatically flip from Vectren Source Energy over to IGS Energy. This is an opt-out program. Letters will be mailed from IGS to each customer explaining the program. Participants will have the option to terminate at any time without cancellation fees. Dominion East Ohio customers paying the SCO rate will be automatically flipped into the city’s program. This is an opt-out program. Letters have been mailed from IGS to each customer explaining the program and options. Anyone who chooses not to participate should contact IGS to opt out. Customers that are on another choice program with a different supplier will not receive a letter and may call IGS to join, but they should review their current contract first. For more information regarding the gas program, contact IGS Energy at: 1800-280-4474.

routes. The city usually does the work at night but has more repairs this year, according to Roberts. The Seasons Road en-

trance ramp will remain open but traffic there will be “stop and go” for approximately one week, she said. The city is responsible for

the minor repairs on Route 8, while the Ohio Department of Transportation is responsible for more extensive work on the expressway, Roberts said.


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��Jen Morton ��Age: 35 �� Occupation: Teen Librarian at the Cuyahoga Falls Library. �� How long have you lived/worked in Cuyahoga Falls? I have worked at the Cuyahoga Falls Library for four months! ��How would you describe the Cuyahoga Falls area to someone who has never been here? I am continually impressed with the amount of activities and services that Cuyahoga Falls offers its residents. From the Natatorium to ice skating in the winter, and of course the lovely library that offers so many different services to the community. ��What is your favorite activity in Cuyahoga Falls? With the days getting longer and warmer, I hope to be able to explore more of what the Falls has to offer. I am looking forward to participating in the Memorial Day parade this year as part of the book cart drill team for the library. ��What are your hobbies/interests? Reading, devouring pop culture, and obsessing over all the projects that need to be done in our very old house. �� What is the last book you read? “Ready Player One,” by Earnest Cline. ��What is your biggest accomplishment? Creating a beautiful, kind human being who just turned 7! ��Whom do you most admire (excluding relatives)? I admire anyone who has the courage to pursue their dreams, and the conviction to stand by those dreams when others challenge them. As the old Apple commercial said, “Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes.” RPC PHOTO / STEVE WIANDT ��Something most people don’t know about me is: All of my books on The sign at Portage Crossing has been updated with the names of several businesses that are planning to my bookshelves at home are organized by color. Not a typical librari- move into the retail center on State Road and Portage Trail. an thing to do! Compiled by Steve Wiandt Editor’s note: If you know someone who would be a good candidate for “Know Your Neighbor” please e-mail or call 330-686-3940.

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236,000 square feet of space on the northern end of the Portage Crossing retail development. Giant Eagle, the other anchor, will occupy 92,000 square feet on the southern end. “We are looking forward to working through the approval process on this project,” Jeff Abbott, spokesperson for Menard Inc., told the Falls News-Press. Based in Eau Claire, Wisc., Menards home improvement stores sell materials and tools for home improvement projects, name brand appliances, pet products, lawn and garden supplies and convenience groceries, according to the company website at www. A family- owned company started in 1960, Menards operates more than 260 stores in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Wyoming. The closest Menards store is in Massillon. In related discussion, City Council considered a resolution to extend the property sales contract with Stark’s Portage Crossing LLC and the deadline to close the deal to July 31. Signed on March 11, 2010, the contract gave both

sides a year to finish a list of conditions before finalizing the sale, and it had two sixmonth extensions built in, Community Development Director Susan Truby said. A third extension, which Stark is requesting to give him time to complete leasing agreements with retailers, has to be approved by a majority of City Council. City Council’s community development committee voted 3-0 to bring out the resolution with a favorable recommendation at the next Council meeting on April 23. Stark and the city jointly announced April 12 that Giant Eagle, Michael Symon’s B Spot, Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt, Panera, Chipotle and Pet Supplies Plus are committed to being tenants at Portage Crossing. Steve Rubin, chief operating officer for Stark Enterprises, said these businesses will be joined by 8-12 more tenants. “It’s just the beginning,” Stark said, adding that Menards had just signed their lease that day. “It was good kismet.” He said Menards will be two stories high and anchor the northern end of Portage Crossing. Giant Eagle will anchor the southern end of the plaza. He said both stores will be prototypes. This is his largest development, Stark said. Stark Enterprises retail properties include Crocker Park,


Shops of Fairlawn, Promenade of Westlake and The Strip in Canton. Stark said he started with a plan where he “hoped” to develop 270,000 square feet of retail, and now the project has grown to 400,000 square feet of retail that is 91 percent leased. “By the time we open this development,” he added, “it will be 100 percent leased.” “There are no developments going on in the United States as we speak,” Stark said. “The European Union is teetering on financial collapse. But in Cuyahoga Falls, everything looks good. You launched this bold venture in the face of this amazing crisis … in our country.” Council member Diana Colavecchio (D-5) said she has received many positive comments since the project has “ballooned” from 270,000 square feet to 400,000 square feet. Ground will be broken in June, Stark said, and a grand opening is projected in the spring of 2014. Councilors Mary Ellen Pyke (R-2), Ken Barnhart (R-3), Jeff Iula (R-At Large), Colavecchio and Mader voiced their appreciation to Stark and support for the project. “We’re very excited about this,” said Iula. Email: Phone: 330-686-3915




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gle’s Get Go gas station will remain on Graham Road. “I have a real concern about Giant Eagle’s vacating that property,” said Terry Mader, “especially due to Woodridge School System being in the financial situation they’re facing.” Woodridge has had two levies rejected by voters since last fall and is planning another levy in August. “A successful 400,000 square-foot development here is the best thing to ever happen to that box, because that box is way out of date,” said Portage Crossing developer Bob Stark, referring to Giant Eagle’s current location on Graham Road. “It needs to either be torn down or millions of dollars have to be re-invested into it.” “I’m very concerned that we have spent a lot of tax dollars on this project,” Klinger said. City funds

have been used for Portage Crossing, and the Falls Schools have lost potential income tax dollars through a tax exemption the city granted to Stark, she said. “I’m concerned we’re emptying one box for another box,” Klinger added, “and the empty box is going to come forward and say, ‘We want a tax exemption, as well.’” “Obviously, we are disappointed that Giant Eagle will be moving out of the Woodridge district,” Woodridge Schools Superintendent Walter Davis told the Falls News-Press. “We are confident that city officials will work with the property owner to find a new use for the property and that, in the end, the Woodridge schools will not lose that important part of our tax base.” Email: Phone: 330-686-3915


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��The village of Silver Lake’s annual Spring Cleanup Program is under way and will continue through May 2, according to Service Director Richard Fenwick. Limbs and leaves must be in separate piles. Do not put limbs and leaves in the street or in bags. Limbs must be no more than 4 inches in diameter and no longer than 10 feet. Lumber, stumps and anything with a root system will not be picked up because they damage the chipper blades. Grasses, weeds, firewood and any material that cannot be put in the chipper safely will not be picked up. Residents should not place debris in the street. Leaves clog the storm drain and make it dangerous for traffic. Homeowners may be cited if debris is placed in the streets. In addition, do not pile leaves in areas where there are stones. They will not be picked up as this causes damage to the leaf picker.

on the future of our existing Cuyahoga Falls Giant Eagle and GetGo locations.” Council member Carol Klinger (R-At Large) asked the administration April 16 what will happen when Giant Eagle moves out of its store on Graham Road and the Woodridge Local School District and into its new store when it is built at Portage Crossing in the Cuyahoga Falls City School District. Giant Eagle owns the Graham Road property, according to Sue Truby, the city’s director of community development, and “[c]ertainly they would want to re-tenant that spot as quickly as we would want them to.” Giant Eagle has wanted to update its current size store, 62,000 square feet, to its newer model at 92,000 square feet, Truby told the Falls News-Press, adding that she believes Giant Ea-


��The Cuyahoga Falls Board of Education will meet in an executive session on April 23 at 5 p.m. The executive session is “for the purpose of considering the employment of an employee or official of the School District,” according to a notice from the district. No action is expected after the executive session, the notice said. The meetings take place in the Harold E. Wilson Administration Center Board Room, 431 Stow Ave.


Falls Board plans meeting on April 23


��A meeting of Silver Lake Village Council’s personnel and public affairs committee is scheduled for April 23, at 5:30 p.m. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss personnel matters related to the hiring of a new clerk-treasurer and the appointment of a Council member to fill the position being vacated by Janie Geis on June 1. Other matters such as employee wage increases recommended by the mayor may also be discussed.

by STEVE WIANDT | REPORTER Cuyahoga Falls — Some city and school officials are concerned Giant Eagle will leave behind an empty building on Graham Road when they build a new store in a proposed retail development at Portage Trail and State Road. Giant Eagle has not confirmed it is going to close its Graham Road location when it opens at Portage Crossing. When contacted for comment April 19, Giant Eagle re-sent a statement it provided last week. “We remain excited about the opportunity to bring a new Giant Eagle location to the Portage Crossing development,” said Giant Eagle spokesman Dan Donovan. “However, since the opening of the potential new location is still quite some time away, it would not be appropriate to speculate


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Charges against teen in deadly Craigslist scheme moved to adult court by MARIANA SILVA | REPORTER The Stow teen accused of taking part in a deadly Craigslist robbery scheme has waived his right to a probable cause hearing in juvenile court, clearing the way for state prosecutors to have him tried as an adult. On April 18, Brogan Rafferty, 17, told Summit County Juvenile Court Judge Linda Tucci Teodosio he wished to waive his rights and that he understood the charges against him now could not go back to juvenile court unless they are reduced. Defense attorney John Alexander said the decision to waive the hearing was because state prosecutors would have to show probable cause. “There is a lot of information [about the cases] that I would not like to necessarily give to the media at this point,” Alexander said. However, he said, the fact they decided to waive the hearing does not mean Rafferty is responsible for any of the cases.

Charges against Rafferty involving the killing of Timothy Kern, 47, and Ralph Geiger, 56, which were pending in juvenile court, will now go to a Summit County grand jury. The grand jury will decide whether the teen will be indicted and tried as an adult. If the teen is indicted, Alexander said arraignments could follow within the next two to three weeks. In Noble County, Rafferty was charged as an adult and pleaded not guilty last year to the charges of aggravated murder, aggravated robbery and kidnapping of David Pauley, 51, and attempted murder, aggravated robbery and kidnapping of Scott Davis, 48. An indictment would also allow for the four cases against Rafferty — one case for each victim — to be merged into one. Alexander said he expects all charges to be merged into one case in mid-May. Rafferty is scheduled for a trial Oct. 9 in Summit Coun-


Brogan Rafferty, 17, of Stow, enters the court room, April 18, at the Summit County Juvenile Court. Rafferty waived his rights of a probable cause hearing, allowing him to be charged as an adult. ty Common Pleas Court before Judge Lynne Callahan. He will answer to all charges for the death of three men and the attempted murder of another if they are merged into one case as expected. If found guilty, the teen cannot face death penalty. The teen is now scheduled to be transferred from the Summit County Juvenile Detention Center to Summit County Jail. He will be kept segregated from oth-


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er, older inmates, Alexander said. Rafferty and co-defendant, Richard Beasley, 52, of Akron, are accused of killing Kern, Geiger and Pauley, and wounding Davis between August and November of 2011. All four men are believed to have responded to a helpwanted ad posted on Craigslist, advertising a job for a caretaker in a 368-cattle farm in Noble County that did not exist. Authorities believe the suspects lured


Woodridge has had two levy requests fail during the last four months: a 6.83mill, five-year levy, was rejected by a count of 2,340 to 2,109 on March 6; and a 5.88-mill, 10-year levy was turned down 3,107 to 2,883 on Nov. 8, 2011. “August needs to be our next [levy] attempt,” Superintendent Walter Davis said. “We are a year away from structured bargaining with our labor unions.” If the levy fails, “the Board needs to be ready to discuss how we’re going to deal with that negative issue as we move forward with the five-year forecast,” he said. Davis told Board members he conferred with the district’s two labor unions: The Woodridge Education Association, which is led by Guy Bonnay, and Ohio Association of Public School Employees (OAPSE) Local No. 544, which is headed by Debbie Thursby. “The OAPSE group has indicated that they’re not going to come to discuss further cost-saving measures with us,” the superintendent said. “The WEA is meeting next week as a group to discuss whether or not they’re willing to do that, so we’ll wait to hear back.” That meeting will take place April 25, according to Davis. Board member George DeBord noted the district hosted a series of community forums after residents rejected a levy on March 6

the men to the remote location where they were deprived of their belongings and then shot. It was after Davis was shot in the arm and escaped Nov. 6, that Noble County authorities began investigations. On Nov. 15, authorities then discovered the body of Pauley, who was buried in a shallow grave, and a second hand-dug grave, which authorities believe was meant for Davis. The bodies of Kern and Geiger were found by police on Nov. 25. Rafferty was 16 and a student at Stow-Munroe Falls High School when he was arrested. Beasley, who is also being held at Summit County Jail, has a trial scheduled for Jan. 7, 2013. He has pleaded not guilty to 27 counts, including nine counts of aggravated murder, comprising the crimes committed in Summit and Noble counties. If convicted, Beasley may face the death penalty. Email: Phone: 330-686-3916

seeking feedback. Those who took advantage of the opportunity to voice concerns raised three issues, DeBord said: 1) opposition to the state policy of retire/ rehire; 2) opposition to the amount of benefits paid by district employees; and 3) opposition to pay raises being given to district employees. DeBord said two — the benefits and pay raises — are out of the district’s hands. The Board consensus is that the third issue, the retire/rehire issue, will be addressed on a case by case basis. “I think it’s critical that we put it on the ballot in August,” DeBord said, “understanding that … a portion of the voting population had a clear message and hopefully, as we move forward, we can continue to address these issues, it’s not like they’re just dead …” “We are not going to stop looking for cost-saving measures because we put this on the ballot — let’s be very clear about that,” Board President Tammy Heffernan replied. “I totally get where we’re at [financially],” McHugh said, “but I picked up on an emotion that the people didn’t want us to [immediately ask for another levy]. I think we need the time between March and November to clarify our message and to be more on point.” The Board will convene for the special meeting May 1 at 6 p.m. at the administration building. E-mail: Phone: 330-686-3908


Woodridge OKs payto-participate fees by ELLIN WALSH | REPORTER Peninsula —Regardless of whether a levy passes later this year, the Woodridge Local School District is implementing pay-to participate fees for the 2012-13 school year, according to its president, Tammy Heffernan. The Board will revisit the policy annually. On April 17, the Woodridge Board of Education unanimously agreed to charge the following payto-participate fees for the next school year: $125 for high school sports; $75 for middle school sports; $75 for musical activities at the high school level; and $25 for middle and high school clubs. The district’s treasurer, Deanna Levenger, anticipates the fees will raise about $70,000. There will be no waivers or family caps on fees. “The goal here is not to saddle our parents with additional expense,” according to Superintendent Walter Davis, “but to find ways to replenish the general fund for the cost of these activities that we want to continue to offer for our youngsters.” Davis said he and district administrators are developing a procedural packet to explain how the fee collection process will be handled. The superintendent said Don Ross, the district’s athletic director and assistant high school principal, has been researching ways to raise funds private-

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ly to defray costs associated with pay-to-participate. Ross told those present at the April 17 School Board meeting he is exploring avenues for “some creative fundraising — I’m not talking about selling candy bars or things like that, I’m talking about some major ones that … can raise a lot of money.” The superintendent said coaches and club advisers will be assisting Ross. “Hopefully we’ll be able to find a way to make this less painful for our community,” Davis said. Before the vote affirming the implementation of payto-participate fees, parent Mike Dougherty urged Board members to reconsider. “It would be tough for me to take on [pay-to-participate] … with all the kids I have, plus the tax levy,” Dougherty said, adding he believed other parents are in the same boat. Dougherty said he would be willing to work for passage of the district’s next levy, which is anticipated to appear on the August ballot, if pay-to-participate was put on hold. “We realize the impact this can have on some families,” Heffernan said in an April 19 email to the Cuyahoga Falls News-Press. “We are planning some hopefully major fundraising efforts to be able to take care of as much of the fees as possible.” Email: Phone: 330-686-3908

Fox Meadow in Medina, on May 3 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The fundraiser is being hosted by Ted and Carolyn Lesiak, Bill and Debby Stano and Jack and Rachel Butler. The suggested donation is $50. The jazz trio Standard Procedure will provide entertainment. For more information, call 330760-3489 or visit

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Woodridge School District saves money through debt refunding process by PHIL KEREN and ELLIN WALSH EDITOR, REPORTER The Woodridge Local School District will save money through a recent debt refunding process, according to its treasurer. For the last two months, District Treasurer Deanna Levenger said she and her staff have been working on debt refunding, a process by which proceeds from new bond sales are used to pay off old debt. On April 17, she reported the district issued $6.53 million in school facilities improvement refund bonds. The district in 1994 sold bonds to construct the middle school building and renovate the district’s other buildings, according to Levenger. She explained that a portion of that debt “was advanced refunded in September 2001.” The April 10 issuance replaces the balance of the advance debt that was refunded in September 2001. She added the district’s entire outstanding debt is $10.1 million. “In addition to the $6.530 million we just refunded we have $3.355 million in outstanding debt that is not callable from the 1994 debt issue and $200,000 remaining on the debt issued for the stadium,” said Levenger. The move will also give

the district a lower debt repayment schedule, which Levenger said will result in $1.043 million in interest savings from December 2012 through December 2019 — or about $137,291 a year. That’s because the average interest rate on the bonds the district had outstanding was 4.65 percent, the treasurer said, and the overall interest rate on the new bonds is 1.72 percent. She also explained in a presentation at the Board of Education meeting April 17 that debt service payments are made out of the district’s debt service fund, which is funded by a general obligation unlimited tax levy from 1994. According to Levenger, the Government Finance Officers Association recommends considering debt refunding if one can save 3 percent. “We saved 15 percent in interest costs,” Levenger reported. Low interest rates in the general market and the district’s Aa2 credit rating from Moody’s Investors Service Inc. enabled the district to achieve such substantial savings, she said. The rating “is a huge accomplishment for us” and allowed “the district to resell those bonds and very quickly get out of debt,” said District Superintendent Walter Davis. “We decided to attain

the bond rating instead of purchasing bond insurance because we could attain a higher rating than we could secure with insurance,” said Levenger to the Falls News-Press. “The best rate we could have obtained with bond insurance would have been an Aa3.” She added that the bond rating impacts the interest rates of the bonds being sold. “The lower the bond rating, the higher the interest rates would have been, which would have de creased the cost savings from the debt issuance,” said Levenger. “… it would have been substantially more expensive to purchase the insurance than to attain a bond rating.” It cost the district $11,000 to go through the process of attaining the bond rating. “The Aa2 rating is based on the district’s moderately sized taxbase with additional room for development; strong socioeconomic profile; sound and conservative management practices; and significant operating reserves with uneven voter support for operating levies,” wrote Moody’s officials in its summary that they sent to the district April 3. E-mail:


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Finally, a big step forward made for Portage Crossing Cuyahoga Falls residents got some welcome, long-anticipated news when the first Portage Crossing tenants were named. Menards home improvement store has the potential to be a solid anchor for the $60 million, 400,000-squarefoot retail center at State Road and Portage Trail, which will break ground in June and take about 18 months to complete. The arrival of Michael Symon’s B Spot restaurant also should be a huge coup for the city, and the impressive lineup of businesses coming in also includes Giant Eagle, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Panera Bread, Pet Supplies Plus and Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt. It’s great to see that despite a difficult business climate, some big-name companies are making an investment in the city. We, along with residents, have been eager to see progress at this site since the State Road Shopping Center was demolished in 2009. Cuyahoga Falls Mayor Don Robart and other officials and developer Stark Enterprises have been planning the ambitious Portage Crossing project for several years, and an announcement about what was coming was overdue. They should be applauded for helping finally make the project a reality. While the site may not have as many companies that are new to the area as some residents would have liked, it’s worth celebrating that a modern, 21st century retail facility will take the place of an aging shopping center with a lot of vacancies. This is a positive step forward for the city.

TRY COFFEE WITH THE EDITOR � The next coffee with the editor will be May 14 from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at Cuyahoga Falls Library, 2015 Third St. Readers are invited to drop by, meet Editor Phil Keren, and share a cup of coffee, or tea if you prefer. Phil will be at the Library the second Monday of each month to meet readers and to answer questions about local issues and to discuss story ideas and the paper’s policies. Reservations are not required and the coffee or tea is on us.

I have a problem with employers asking for that. I think it is an invasion of privacy.” Maureen Waldeck, School cafeteria worker

It’s totally fine. It lets them see what kind of person you are. You shouldn’t put anything on there you don’t want someone to see.” Alex Nolen, Recreation center employee

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A year later, no action on statue bill Columbus — I’m trying to figure out what lessons schoolchildren have learned from the process employed to select Ohio’s next representative in the National Statuary Hall. You will recall a couple of years ago, when lawmakers, with the help of the Ohio Historical Society, launched a special election to pick which prominent Ohioans should be featured in the U.S. Capitol exhibit. Each state has two statues (images and information on each are available online at Ohio is represented by President James A. Garfield, “the last American president to be born in a log cabin,” according to the Capitol site. He was assassinated in 1881; his statue has been in place since 1886. The other statue is former one-term Governor and Congressman William Allen, who died in 1879. He is credited with coining the political slogan “FiftyFour/Forty or Fight.” He’s also viewed as a supporter of slavery, which doesn’t sit right with some members of the present populace. The federal government allows states to replace older statues with new ones, so Ohio lawmakers launched a process to determine a more suitable representative of the state’s values and accomplishments.

CAPITAL NEWS Marc Kovac, Capital Bureau chief A legislative panel considered more than 90 famous Ohioans before deciding on 10 finalists: inventors Wilbur and Orville Wright and Thomas Edison, congressman and abolitionist James Ashley, President and Civil War General Ulysses S. Grant, civil rights leader William McCulloch (a Holmesville native), Olympic gold medalist Jesse Owens, space shuttle astronaut Judith Resnik, oral polio vaccine creator Albert Sabin, abolitionist and author Harriet Beecher Stowe, and women’s suffragist Harriet Taylor Upton (from Ravenna). A special election was conducted, and school kids were encouraged to participate in the process. Many of those youngsters cast ballots and submitted testimony to the legislature about their choices. It seemed like a big deal at the time, with lawmakers saying they would consider citizens’ input in their final decision. Thomas Edison ended up as the winner, followed by the Wright Brothers, prompting a heated debate about which inventors

were more deserving of the honor. Sen. Mark Wagoner, the Toledo Republican who shepherded the issue, offered legislation early last year solidifying Edison’s selection, and the Ohio Senate unanimously passed that bill a year ago. It has since stalled in the Ohio House. There are a couple of directions this situation can take, with decidedly different lessons for the schoolchildren who participated in the process. Lawmakers could stop stalling and pass what should be a simple, slamdunk bill, showing kids the way elections are supposed to work. There was a contest, people who chose to participate submitted ballots and there was a winner. On the flip side, lawmakers could continue to postpone action on the bill, allowing it to die or maybe creating a new task force to further study potential statue candidates. That would send the message that elections sometimes don’t really matter and politicians can refrain from making decisions even after a majority of people who chose to participate in the process have spoken. Marc Kovac is the Dix Capital Bureau Chief. Email him at or on Twitter or at OhioCapitalBlog.

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Tech expert knows the latest gadgets I was with many of my people last week — people, like me, who are confounded by most electronic gadgets. The Hudson Library and Historical Society hosted a “Tech Gadgets Learning Circle” to help people familiarize themselves with all the new electronic “toys” — cell phones, digital cameras, iPads, iPods, MP3 players, Nooks and Kindles. I felt right at home in the midst of many senior citizens who hadn’t the foggiest notion of how to enter the digital age — and were being pushed into it by their adult children. Of course, some of the attendees were pretty competent in the digital world and were just trying to hone their skills. John Sommer, 86, of Hudson was one of those guys. “I just want to become more familiar with technology. It’s an effort to keep

ON THE MARK Dorothy Markulis, Reporter up even though I’m reasonably computer savvy,” John said. I was envious of John but I was much more comfortable with Pat Scott of Aurora. “My kids got me this digital camera for Christmas,” Pat said. “They took a few minutes to explain it to me — do this, do that — then left. I still haven’t taken a picture.” Before the class was over, she had taken a picture of our instructor, Dave Harris, founder and president of Tec4Life. But Dave didn’t make

Pat any happier when he told her that her children had bought her a very advanced camera with all the bells and whistles. “Wouldn’t you know, they’d get me the best,” Pat moaned. I loved it when one lady held up her cell phone and asked if it could take a picture. Dave showed her how. Then she said “But it doesn’t have any film.” Hudson resident Kathy Nowack said she was pretty computer savvy but she got a new iPad from her son and was there to fine tune her knowledge. “I play a lot of games on it,” she said. Mike Kellogg, Hudson resident, summed it up the session for a lot of us when he said “If I had just been born 14 years ago I might know all the [computer] terminology.” Amen.

Paying tribute to a friend and warrior I lost a member of my family April 9. Technically Barb Swinehart was a family friend, but she had known me since I was 10 years old and was as close to me as a family member. Mrs. Swinehart died at her Cuyahoga Falls home April 9. In her life, Mrs. Swinehart (I never called her Barb) was a lot of things. She was a dancer in her younger days, a fan of Elvis and Mickey Mouse, an artist with works hanging in various galleries, and a fixture at the church we attended and where she worked for 41 years as “choir mom.” Mrs. Swinehart was also a long-time friend of my mom, Betty. The two met when they were teenagers. But more than anything Mrs. Swinehart was a warrior. To see her in a wheelchair or quietly passing by, a person would not assume the bravery and strength she possessed. I cannot begin to list the physical ailments she suffered over the years, and most of them I probably could not pronounce. I do know she was told in the 1980s by her doctor that she would soon be dead — but she proved them wrong for more than 20 years. You would expect a person with Mrs. Swinehart’s physical problems to be a complainer. She had a tumor which grew, then died, but could not be removed, pain so excruciating that it made her scream to have her hair brushed at times, and bouts with failing eye-

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sight. But in all the years I knew her, not once did she complain about her problems. I talked to her on Easter, which was the night before she died. Mrs. Swinehart’s health had deteriorated enough so that she was in a wheelchair. Her husband, Dave, was pushing her through a small break room at church where I was sitting. “Beep, beep, watch your feet,” Mrs. Swinehart said with a smile. I didn’t know that was the last time I would hear that. I cherish that memory now. A chair was in the way that night and as I tried to get my feet out of the way, my right foot was run over by the wheel. I also cherish that memory. I often told Dave that I could not have survived a year in her condition. I knew the pain she was in, the agony, and I could not have taken it. Dave, who I also consider a warrior, would just nod his head. And, like his wife, Dave never complained. I often saw him lovingly take a lock of her white hair, which had been blown

out of place by a breeze, and gently put it back in place, making sure she looked her best. There are few people I loved at the church more than Dave and Mrs. Swinehart. I grew up with their son, Marty, attended youth activities they organized, and helped them move from Ellet to their Cuyahoga Falls home. There was a popular saying a few years ago, “What would Jesus do?” I often ask myself “What would Barb do?” when the pain in my arthritic knees starts to scream and I consider not walking around. Sometimes that helps get my mind off of the pain, sometimes it doesn’t. But unlike her, I let people know. I’ll never be the warrior she was. The day Mrs. Swinehart died, Dave was getting the oil changed in their car. Her last words to Dave was when she called and asked him to come home, saying there was something wrong. She was already gone when he got home. I like to think that my dad, Bill, who also loved Dave and Mrs. Swinehart like family, met her at the gate, with his now pain-free knees, a hug and big smile. And I’m sure, as her family’s hearts broke and her friends began to grieve, Mrs. Swinehart opened her eyes to a heavenly home, walked around for the first time in years and found out nothing was wrong after all. Email: Phone: 330-688-0088 ext. 3146


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Krieger’s still against road widening Falls Board of Education by STEVE WIANDT | REPORTER Krieger’s Health Foods Market is still against the road widening project planned in front of the store, according to the company’s attorney. “The negative impact on the Krieger’s Market property will be high,” Robert A. Hager, Krieger’s legal representative, stated in an April 11 letter to James McCleary, the project manager. Falls councilperson Diana Colavecchio (D), who represents Ward 5 where Krieger’s is located, said she does not plan to issue a response to Hager’s letter. Falls Law Director Paul Janis and City Engineer Tony Demasi did not respond to requests for comment by press time. McCleary did not respond to a phone call message for comment by press time. For the past two years, Krieger’s Market in Cuyahoga Falls, owned by Mike and Jean Krieger, has been a vocal opponent of a road-widening project on Graham Road led by Stow’s engineering department. The road is scheduled to be widened by 6 feet, from 52 feet to 58 feet, from Bath Road to the Silver Lake border. The estimated project construction cost is $4.3 million, of which $3.6 million is being provided by federal funds. Construction is slated to begin in the winter of 2013 and 2014.

In the letter, submitted as the market’s official public comment on the project, Hager states Krieger’s maintains it is “not necessary to expand the existing lane width for the onetenth-mile area of Graham Road in front of its real estate.” He said that the adjoining section of Graham Road between Bath and State roads was recently repaved without any road widening. “The roadway in front of Krieger’s Market,” Hager said, “… is not unsafe and has not been identified as a high crash section in the AMATS [Akron Metropolitan Area Traffic Study] studies. Wade Trim, an ODOT-approved engineer the Kriegers hired to examine the project, concluded that if the project is limited to pavement repair and resurfacing, traffic signal upgrades and improved signs and striping, safety will be “enhanced” without impacting private property owners, Hager said. The Ohio Department of Transportation found, Hager said, that Stow, Cuyahoga Falls and Arcadis had not addressed the actual impacts on Krieger’s Market of widening the road to the north including the elimination of “at least 64 percent” of the Krieger’s Market front parking spaces. In January 2011, citing an independent traffic consulting engineer, Krieger’s

Market told Cuyahoga Falls City Council it would lose approximately 18 spaces under the current project design, Hager said, adding that the city claimed only “one to five of the parking spaces” would be lost. Wade Trim confirmed, Hager said, if the project would proceed as planned, the market would lose “19 to 20 parking spaces from its main parking lot.” Arcadis agreed with ODOT’s suggestion that the section bordering Krieger’s can be widened without adding a sidewalk. That issue was discussed at the meeting in March, however, Hager noted the Arcadis report “did not incorporate” ODOT’s additional recommendations to reduce each road shoulder by one foot, and to relocate the existing utilities underground. There is currently 3.5 to 4 feet of existing right of way to the north of Graham Road and 7 feet of existing right of way to the south, Hager’s letter stated. “Any widening must utilize the full extent of the existing right of way to minimize impacts to private property owners, including Krieger’s Market,” he said. “There is no valid reason to take additional right-of-way property from Krieger’s Market.” Email: Phone: 330-686-3915

interviews treasurer candidates

by ELLIN WALSH | REPORTER Cuyahoga Falls — Six candidates will be interviewed in the weeks ahead as the Cuyahoga Falls City School District searches for its next treasurer. Applicants chosen for first round interviews include: Brenda M. (Dragon) Brcak of Chardon, who served more than 20 years as a government finance officer in the state of Ohio; Teresa L. Emmerling of Massillon, who has experience in governmental accounting; David M. Hoskin of Garrettsville, who’s been the treasurer of the Newbury Local Schools since 2004; Kelly Moore of Independence, the present treasurer for the Ledgemont Board of Education in Thompson; Michael F. Robinson of Canton, the treasurer/CFO for the Tuscarawas Valley Local Schools, in Zoarville, and Jill A. Rowe of Hartville, the present treasurer of the Salem City School District. Forty-three people applied for the vacancy. The Board hopes to select a new treasurer by the first week in May, according to Paul Pendleton of Finding Leaders, a consulting firm assisting the Board in the search. Jerry Zelenka is serving as the school district’s interim treasurer/CFO, through June 30. The Cuyahoga Falls Board of Education hired Zelenka in January to take over the post, which Kathryn L. Sines vacated to become the treasurer of the Hudson City School District. Email: Phone: 330-686-3915

AROUND OHIO Police find suspect after four kids taken Cleveland — Police have found a man who they say abducted his four children and then told his wife that he was going to kill the kids and himself. Authorities said April 18 that they found Octavia Hatchell and the children in Euclid. The children were unharmed and Hatchell was taken into custody without incident. Police had initially said he might have been headed to New York or Pennsylvania. Officials say Hatchell picked up his children from two different schools in Cleveland after he and his wife got into argument and she called police. — Associated Press


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Village Councilmember to resign June 1 Falls Electric System earns by PHIL KEREN & ELLIN WALSH | EDITOR, REPORTER Silver Lake — A Silver Lake Council member has announced her resignation. In a letter submitted to Council President Jerry Jones (At-Large) on April 16, Council member Janie Geis (District D) wrote that she will resign from the legislative body “effective June 1.” Geis, who is expecting her first child, said she and her husband are planning to move to Hartville to “be closer to our families.” “I’ve learned so much from my experience and hope that I have served the village well,” wrote Geis. Geis was appointed to the District D post in July

2008 after Adrian Achtermann resigned. She was elected to the position in GEIS November 2009. Those interested in applying for Geis’s Council seat should send letters and resumes to Council President Gerald P. Jones in care of Village Hall, 2961 Kent Road, Silver Lake 44224 by May 18. Village Solicitor Bob Heydorn says Council has one month from the time Geis’s resignation takes effect to fill the seat; if it is unable to do so, the task will fall to

Mayor Bernie Hovey. Council’s Personnel and Public Affairs Committee will meet April 23, beginning at 5:30 p.m., to discuss the appointment of Geis’s replacement as well as hiring a new clerk-treasurer for the village. Clerk-Treasurer Teresa Spohn told Council in March that she intends to retire Sept. 30. Spohn has been the village’s clerktreasurer since November 1994. Jones has said he wants to have Spohn’s replacement start working “somewhere around July so they can have two to three months to work with [Spohn] and get a feel for [the job].” E-mail: Phone: 330-686-3908

Village mayor to propose pay raise for employees by ELLIN WALSH | REPORTER Silver Lake — Mayor Bernie Hovey says he intends to propose giving a 2 percent pay raise to all fulltime employees, retroactive to April 1. Last year the village’s fulltime employees received a one-time $750 bonus, although the mayor had proposed giving them a 2 percent pay raise. Silver Lake has 19 full-time employees.

Council granted the bonus and it would have to approve the 2 percent raises. In revisiting the issue April 17, Hovey said, “I think it would be a good thing to show our appreciation to our employees.” The mayor said he will present legislation outlining the pay raise at Village Council’s May 7 meeting. Council members may discuss the matter as soon as Monday, during a meeting of its Per-

sonnel and Public Affairs Committee April 23 beginning at 5:30 p.m. The bonuses would cost the village $22,678 as proposed, excluding overtime, according to the village’s clerk-treasurer, Terrie Spohn. The employees last received a pay increase in 2009. Email: Phone: 330-686-3908

WORTH NOTING Community Job Club helps job seekers

� The Community Job Club offers two free job search workshops each month that are open to the public: The second Thursday from 3 to 5 p.m. and the fourth Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. of each month. The group meets at the Stratford Place, Suite 2550, 4301 Darrow Road, Stow. For more information, visit

recognition on national level

The Cuyahoga Falls Electric System is one of 176 of the nation’s more than 2,000 public power utilities to earn Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3®) recognition from the American Public Power Association for providing consumers with the highest degree of reliable and safe electric service. Brent McKinney, manager, electric transmission and distribution at City Utilities of Springfield, Mo., and chair of APPA’s RP3 Review Panel, presented the designees on April 16 during the association’s annual Engineering & Operations Technical Conference in Cleveland. Cuyahoga Falls Mayor Don L. Robart, commended “the entire Electric Department on their efforts to achieve this important status.” “RP3 utilities are serving their customers at the very highest level,” said McKinney, “These utilities have demonstrated that they are providing excellent service now as well as

keeping their eyes forward on improvements for the future.” The RP3 designation recognizes public power utilities that demonstrate proficiency in four key disciplines: reliability, safety, workforce development and system improvement. Criteria within each category are based on sound business practices and represent a utility-wide commitment to safe and reliable delivery of electricity. “Receiving the RP3 designation means a lot to us,” said Michael Dougherty, superintendent of the electric department. “It’s an honor to be recognized on a national level for the work we are doing here locally in Cuyahoga Falls.” This is the seventh year that RP3 recognition has been offered. APPA is the national organization representing more than 2,000 not-for-profit, community- and state- owned electric utilities. It is located in Washington, D.C. RP3® is a registered service mark of APPA.

Tips on marking Earth Day Leaf and Blossom Garden Club of Cuyahoga Falls, Garden Club of Ohio, and National Garden Clubs invites families to join them April 22-28 to make some “green” environmental friendly ideas. Some tips for the 42nd anniversary of Earth Day, as seen at www.earthday. com, are: 1. Plant some seeds in your backyard or in a pot and watch them grow this spring and summer. It will serve as a great reminder of Earth Day and will teach your kids about how plants help keep the planet healthy. 2. Make a goal to be carfree for the day. Walk, ride your bike, or take public transportation.

3. Go to the park or walk along your neighborhood and pick up trash. You could even make a game of it, whoever fills their bag the quickest wins. 4. Start a family recycling bin and practice sorting your garbage by aluminum, glass, plastic and paper. 5. Save energy by having a lights out night or alternatively changing your light bulbs to one that is eco-friendly and will help save on your energy bills. It’s estimated that lighting accounts for 10-15 percent of household energy use. 6. Learn more about endangered species or even adopt one online at World Wildlife Fund.

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Presidential campaigns target Northeast Ohio


resident Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, Republican presidential nominee front-runner, both brought their campaigns to Northeast Ohio last week. Ohio is a perennial battleground in presidential politics. No Republican has ever won the White House without capturing the state.


President Obama conducts a roundtable with students at Lorain County Community College April 18 in Elyria. Pounding home the theme of his re-election run, he said the rich should pay higher taxes to support priorities, such as education, that help the entire nation. “In this country, prosperity doesn’t trickle down,” Obama told the audience of roughly 400. “Prosperity grows from the bottom up and it grows from a strong middle class out.”

WORTH NOTING City announces 2012 E-Recycle Collection

��Citizens, businesses and organizations are encouraged to safely and securely recycle old electronics at the 2012 City of Cuyahoga Falls E-Recycle Collection program planned for May 11

from 5 to 9 p.m. and May 12 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the city of Cuyahoga Falls Service Complex located at 2560 Bailey Road. Participants are asked to enter the Bailey Road complex parking lot via Gaylord Grove Drive. Most types of electronics including old cell phones, computers/computer towers, copiers/ printers, cameras, game systems, flat-screen CRTs and flat-screen

Romney greets supporters after a campaign rally at the closed National Gypsum drywall factory in Lorain on April 19. The factory closed in 2008 when George W. Bush was in the White House, and Romney said it “underscores the failure of the president’s policies to get this country working today.” Noting Obama campaigned in Ohio on April 18, he said, “if you want to know where his vision leads, open your eyes. Because we’ve been living it for the last four years.”

TVs, video equipment, DVD/CD players, old radios, clocks, appliances not containing Freon, electronic accessories such as speakers and much more will be accepted for recycling at no charge. Documentation for proof of data destruction will be provided upon request. There is a recycle fee due at the time of drop-off for non-flat screen computer monitors and

non-flat screen television sets. Payable by cash or check to Cell Phones for Cancer, LLC, the recycle fee for non-flat screen computer monitors and non-flat screen televisions under 25 inches will be $10; for non-flat screen computer monitors and non-flat screen televisions 25 inches and larger, there will be a recycle fee of $30. Wooden console televisions will also be accepted with a

recycle fee of $50 payable to Cell Phones for Cancer, LLC. There is no residency requirement for participation in the 2012 E-Recycle Collection program. For a list of acceptable electronics and accessories, please visit the city’s website at www.cityofcf. com or pick up a list at the City Utility Billing Office in City Hall. For more information, call 330971-8201.



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Planning commission serves permit for volleyball courts on State Road by STEVE WIANDT | REPORTER Cuyahoga Falls — Bowling alley owner Mike Vay believes business will improve if the city allows him to move his volleyball courts to the front of his property so they are more visible to drivers on State Road. “You have all that traffic that’s going to Blossom, you have all the people that are going up and down that street,” Vay told the city’s Planning Commission April 17. “I’d say 90 percent of them don’t know the volleyball courts are [behind the bowling center].” The commission voted 60 (member Dan Rice was absent) to approve a conditional use permit for Vay’s company, MTV Bowl Inc., to relocate four volleyball courts from the west side of the property to the east side of the property. “Now they’re going to be driving by and see people having fun, volleyballs flying and hopefully they’ll say, ‘That would be kind of fun to do with my family,’” Vay said. City Council, which has the final say on granting Vay’s conditional use permit, could discuss it as soon as May 7 and vote on it May 14. Vay noted he is going to pour new sand in front that will be better suited for sand volleyball than the sand that was used on the courts in back, which he inherited when he bought the former North Lanes Bowling Center in 2008. The permit also allows volleyball to continue and the lights outside to stay on until 11 p.m., an hour later than the current permit for the courts in back, said Nick Sugar, the city’s senior planner. In his application for the new permit, Vay had asked permission to keep the lights on until midnight. “I believe these residences are entitled to have quiet evening hours,” Sugar said in his report to the commission. “Hours of operation should be no later than 10 p.m. This must be strictly enforced.”

AROUND OHIO Cleveland casino reps seek license Columbus — Casino operator Rock Ohio Caesars is facing state regulators as it seeks its licenses to operate Ohio’s first casino in Cleveland. Company representatives appeared before the Ohio Casino Control Commission on April 19 to present a progress report ahead of the planned opening of Horseshoe Casino Cleveland on May 14. The Cleveland facility will feature 2,100 slot machines. — Associated Press

It is often difficult for players to finish by 10 p.m., Vay said, because the games can’t start until 6:30 because many of them work until 5. “If we could go to 11, that would be phenomenal,” he said. Several commission members stated they had no problem with the 11 p.m. lights-out time, and they amended legislation to give him the extra hour. Vay said he hires an outside company called Voodoo Athletics to manage volleyball games, which take place three nights a week, and receives a percentage of entry fees. His main source of income is

from the food and drinks the volleyball players purchase. He said he has a liquor license that permits alcohol to be sold and consumed in outdoor fencedin areas. Volleyball is an important part of his business during the summer months when the bowling business drops by 2/3, Vay said. Since the existing volleyball courts were built in 1989, Sugar said, the city and police have received complaints related to the volleyball courts regarding water runoff, curfew violations, loud noise and glare from lighting. Moving the courts to the front of the

building will place them along a main road with only one residential neighbor to the north. Disturbance to this property will be minimized,” Sugar said, if Vay follows conditions in the permit that include installing an 8-foot fence and 3-foot net and planting trees along the north side, turning the lights out by 11 p.m., submitting a storm drainage plan, and keeping the noise off property to 70 decibels. Roy King of Hampton Heights Drive said he lives behind the bowling center and his outbuilding is flooded every time it rains. King said if the volleyball courts

move up front he will be “happy as a lark.” Jon Farmer of Norton Heights Drive said the volleyball courts are moving out of King’s backyard and into his. He said he can already hear loud music coming from the bowling center and yelling, swearing and screeching tires coming from the parking lot. “Don’t put it in front,” Farmer said, suggesting Vay put the courts on either side of the building. Vay said then there would be no way to serve alcohol to the players. Email: Phone: 330-686-3915


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Group gathers at Falls River Square to protest message of Values Bus Tour by PHIL KEREN | EDITOR Cuyahoga Falls — About 35 volunteers with GetEqual Ohio gathered downtown on April 15 to protest the appearance of the Values Bus Tour, an effort led by the Family Research Council and the Heritage Foundation. The bus tour made a stop at the Akron Tea Party’s Rescue America Tax Day Rally at Falls River Square. A message posted through Twitter on stated: “We’ve met thousands of people at Cuyahoga Falls [April 15] for Akron Tea Party Rally — our largest event yet on tour!” “The Values Bus will roll into cities and towns nationwide to advance the cause of fiscal and moral responsibility … a road trip to

restore prosperity in America,” according to an entry on the website GetEqual’s mission is “To empower the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community and our allies to take bold action to demand full legal and social equality, and to hold accountable those who stand in the way,” according to a news release from the organization. Robert Kullman, a volunteer with GetEqual Ohio, added the Family Research Council is “against any type of equality for the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgender and Queer) community.” GetEqual Ohio’s group congregated near the entrance to Falls River Square and its members carried signs with messages such


From left, Jacob Nash, Liberty Manos, Nicole Talboo, Shane May, and Tom Morgan were among the people with GetEqual Ohio who protested the appearance of the Values Bus Tour at the Tea Party rally at Falls River Square April 15. The tour is sponsored by the Family Research Council and the Heritage Foundation.

as: “Bigotry won’t stop “People of quality don’t fear his contingent was there equality,” “We are every- equality.” to protest the Tea Party’s where,” “Our Money, Our Kullman said that some Values, Our Vote,” “Get people incorrectly thought SEE TOUR, PAGE 17 Equal. Stop Hate,” and




State Rep. Kristina Roegner was one of several elected officials who spoke at the Akron Tea Party rally at Falls River Square April 15.

County Tea Party, Stark 912, and Medina County Friends and Neighbors all sponsored the event. Americans For Prosperity, Heritage Foundation, Ohio Sovereignty, Workplace Freedom, along with about a dozen political candidates, were among the organizations that attended and set up booths at Falls River Square. Meteorologist Brad Sussman served as the emcee for the event. “I think the turnout was quite good,” said Robart. “… the weather was just perfect. The event was very well run … I know [the event organizers] were very

pleased with the turnout and the reception to the speakers.” Roegner said she told the crowd that many people who “generally embrace Tea Party values of fiscal responsibility, constitutionally limited government and free markets were elected into statewide offices and the General Assembly and we have begun to see changes.” The changes have included eliminating the estate tax, balancing the budget and the Common Sense Initiative to review the state’s regulatory system, according to Roegner. “I thought the event was wonderful,” said Roegner. “It is always so encouraging to see so many people who

love our country and want to see her remain strong and prosper for generations to come.” LaRose, who is currently chairing the state’s Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review, said he spoke with the crowd about the committee’s effort to “bring common sense” to the rulemaking done by the state’s 100-plus agencies. He said the committee performs cost-benefit analyses of different administrative rules and examines how those rules affect businesses. LaRose said there is a balancing act that the committee does, and added they want to make sure the rules are “well thought out.” The goal, he said, is to avoid enacting “unnecessary rules” that create “more bureaucracy.” He noted the rally had a “great turnout.” “It’s great to see … that there’s still a group of folks who are concerned about individual freedom … [and] the free market …” added LaRose. E-mail:

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Local officials cooperating to streamline service departments by BOB GAETJENS | EDITOR Stow — A group of nearly a dozen municipalities, plus the Ohio Department of Transportation, took the next step toward regional sharing of service department equipment at an April 12 meeting hosted by Stow Mayor Sara Drew. “I’m very grateful we’ve had the opportunity to talk,” said Drew, referring to the first regional meeting in January. “We have a shared culture here with Kent and, to some degree, Ravenna. In just a couple short months, we’ve made some good progress.” Communities represented at the meeting at Stow City Hall included Stow, Aurora, Hudson, Kent, Twinsburg, Cuyahoga Falls, Ravenna, Streetsboro, Hiram, Mantua and Shalersville. Kelly Engelhart, Ravenna’s public service director,


and Gene Roberts, Kent’s public service director, unveiled a website that creates an inventory of service department parts and equipment. That’s the first step toward sharing equipment and purchases to save municipalities money, said Engelhart. The site is live, but requires permission to access it. “It’s really a wiki, and it’s hosted by Google,” said Roberts. “It can be available on your smartphone. What we’re looking for is the ability, in the middle of the night, to see who owns what equipment.” Maps, phone numbers and equipment all would be listed at the site, and each participating municipality would be responsible for keeping its inventory updated. RPC PHOTO/ BOB GAETJENS Streetsboro Mayor Glenn Streetsboro Mayor Glenn Broska and Stow Mayor Sara Drew talk before a regional meeting of mayBroska, who hosted the ors and other officials aimed at sharing resources among service departments to save money April 12 at Stow City Hall. SEE LOCAL, PAGE 45

and educational.” Kullman said his group also collected about 20 sigFROM PAGE 16 natures supporting the Freedom to Marry and Reevent. “We had good conversa- ligious Freedom Amendtions with them,” said Kull- ment. A group called Freeman. “It was very peaceful dom to Marry Ohio is

attempting to place a state constitutional amendment on that ballot that, if passed, would allow same sex marriage between consenting adults, and allow religious institutions the freedom to refuse to perform

and/or recognize the marriage. One of the protesters was Shane May, who along with his husband, Coty, are trying to secure a family membership at the city’s Natatorium. The Mays, who were

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Women plead guilty to felonious assault in January incident By DAVE O’BRIEN | STAFF WRITER A Cuyahoga Falls woman and an Akron woman have pleaded guilty in Portage County Common Pleas Court to charges they assaulted three women, two of whom required hospitalization, during an incident in Kent in January. Amelia L. Jones, 23, of Cuyahoga Falls, and Ange-

la M. Tavernaris, 24, of Akron, both pleaded guilty to one count each of felonious assault, both second-degree felonies, in Judge Laurie Pittman’s courtroom in separate hearings earlier this month. Both remain held in the Portage County jail in lieu of 10 percent of $100,000 bond, pending pre-sen-

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tence investigations. Pittman also ordered Jones interviewed for place ment in the inpatient drug treatment program at the Northeast Ohio Community Alternative Program in Warren, a treatment center for convicted felons. The suspects admitted they assaulted three women in their 20s in the 500 block of Franklin Avenue

as the victims walked home from a night out in downtown Kent on Jan. 8. Two of the victims required hospitalization, while a third suffered only minor injuries, according to Kent police. A male codefendant, Alfonso W. Chionchio, 24, of Kent, also is charged with two counts of felonious assault, both sec-

ond-degree felonies, and one count of assault, a firstdegree misdemeanor. A jury trial is scheduled for May 9 in Pittman’s courtroom, according to court records. Court records indicate the Portage County Prosecutor’s Office plans to call Tavernaris and Jones as witnesses against Chionchio in his trial.

Hudson man faces 10 years for robbery by DAVE O’BRIEN RECORD COURIER STAFF WRITER A Hudson man faces more than 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to robbing a Streetsboro convenience store in August. Jason W. Douglas, 24, pleaded guilty April 3 in Portage County Common Pleas Court to one count of aggravated robbery, a firstdegree felony, and an accompanying firearms specification that carries with it a mandatory three-year prison term. Sentencing, which will be in the courtroom of Common Pleas Court Judge Laurie Pittman, is pending a pre-sentence investigation. Craig Miller Stephens, Douglas’ attorney, did not immediately return calls for comment. Douglas faces three to 10

years in prison at sentencing, in addition to three years for using a gun to rob the Streetsboro Circle K at state Route 43 and Frost Road on Aug. 5, 2011, according to Portage County Prosecutor Victor Vigluicci. Douglas walked into the store at 5:46 p.m. on the day of the robbery, bought a soft drink, then waited until the store was empty before asking the clerk for a pack of cigarettes, Vigluicci said. When the clerk got the cigarettes and turned back around to face him, Douglas was holding a handgun “pointed at her waist,” Vigluicci said. Douglas told the clerk, “I’m sorry but I have to do this. Open the register,” Vigluicci said. Then Douglas ran from the store. A manhunt involving federal agents and officers from Streetsboro, Summit

County and Medina County police agencies was launched for Douglas after he also was identified as a suspect in the robbery of convenience stores in Cuyahoga Falls and Wadsworth. The FBI assisted in the case by enhancing store surveillance footage, Vigluicci said. After identifying Douglas as a suspect, the U.S. Marshal’s Service Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force arrested him without incident at his Hudson home on Aug. 22. The case in Wadsworth Municipal Court was dismissed, according to court records. He is still facing a warrant on aggravated robbery, a first-degree felony, in the Cuyahoga Falls incident, according to court records.


POLICE REPORTS DISCHARGE OF FIREARM, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE �� Boyfriend arrested: Police arrested a 53-year-old Falls man and charged him with discharge of a firearm in the city and domestic violence after his live-in girlfriend reported he pushed her to the floor, injuring her back, and then fired a shot from a handgun above her head. Her husband claimed the gun went off accidentally. She was transported by Falls paramedics to Akron General North to be seen by a physician.

� Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by the Cuyahoga Falls Police Department. It is not intended to be all inclusive.

a club for recovering alcoholics in the 1700 block of Front Street around 3:30 p.m. April 14 and then fled on foot. There is a warrant out for the suspect’s arrest, police said, but he has not been picked up yet. ��Portable device swiped: A resident of the 600 block of Edward Avenue reported someone took an electric tablet she left unattended on her back patio between 8 ASSAULT and 9:50 p.m. April 13. Her loss ��Teen attacked: Police are inves- was $800. tigating a report made by a Falls CRIMINAL MISCHIEF woman on April 12 that her 14-yearold daughter was lured into Preston ��Flat tires: A Warrensville Heights Park, 800 Tallmadge Road, on April man reported someone let the air 9 at 6:30 p.m. by two females she out of all four of his tires while his didn’t know who then assaulted her. car was parked in a marked parking The victim did not require medical space in the 3300 block of Prange treatment, police said. Drive between 6:30 p.m. April 15 and 4:06 p.m. April 16. AGGRAVATED BURGLARY DRUG ABUSE ��Daytime break-in: A resident of the 2000 block of Stone Street re- ��Having meth: Police filed a felported someone forced open the ony drug abuse charge against a front door to her apartment while 31-year-old Akron man April 11 afshe was sleeping upstairs between ter they tested and found the liq9 a.m. and 1 p.m. April 13. Noth- uid in a glass vial he had on him at ing was reported missing. The door the time of an arrest March 3 for frame was damaged. Although not an outstanding warrant was meththe sole resident of the apartment, amphetamine. the woman was only one home at ACCIDENT the time. ��Both drivers cited: Two Falls resBURGLARY idents were cited following an ac��Backpack stolen: A Falls woman cident at 2:23 p.m. April 13 where reported someone stole her son’s neither was injured. A 24-year-old backpack and contents valued at woman and a 41-year-old man were $275 from a cubby hole inside the traveling south on Hudson Drive Natatorium, 2345 Fourth St., be- where the street widens near Rutween 3:30 and 7 p.m. April 13. dolph Avenue. The man began to ��Games gone: A resident of the pass the woman’s car on the right. 2500 block of Eighth Street re- The woman, however, was starting ported someone entered her home to turn right into a driveway, and the through the front door at 5:19 p.m. man’s pickup truck struck her car. April 13 and took a video game sys- Both vehicles had functional damtem, two controllers and two games, age. The man was cited for overworth a total of $380, off a nearby taking and passing on the right. The TV stand. The door was unlocked, woman was cited for failing to signal before changing course, turnthe report said. ing or stopping. THEFT DISORDERLY CONDUCT ��Cash taken: An Akron woman re��Unhappy customer: An employee ported a man she knows stole approximately $100 from her purse at of a gas station in the 2000 block of Second Street reported a man she knows entered the store around 7:40 a.m. April 14 and bent a candy bar because he was angry about rising gas prices. The clerk did not press charges. Police advised the man he was no longer welcome on the property. Police looking for



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��Jason L. Lemmon, 35, of Akron, was found guilty of OVI March 22, 2012. He was sentenced to three days DIP and seven days in Cuyahoga Falls jail. His driver’s license was suspended for one year with occupational privileges. Total fines were $1,360. He was charged by Cuyahoga Falls police Feb. 21, 2012.

� The following are convictions handed down in Stow Municipal Court related to charges of operating an automobile while under the influence of alcohol. KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS

��Debbie G. Rinaldo, 57, of Tallmadge, was found guilty of BAC Feb. 21, 2012 She was sentenced to three days DIP and three days in Macedonia jail. Her driver’s license was suspended for six months with occupational privileges. Total fines were $955. She was charged by Tallmadge police Feb. 15, 2012.

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��Ashley N. Badalucco, 26, of Munroe Falls, was found guilty of OVI March 28, 2012. She was sentenced to three days DIP and three days in Cuyahoga Falls jail. Her driver’s license was suspended for one year with occupational privileges. Total fines were $1,060. She was charged by Cuyahoga Falls police Feb. 21, 2012.

AROUND OHIO Boy blames bullies for why he had BB gun Cincinnati — A 10-year-old boy has been charged with inducing panic after telling police that he brought a BB gun to school to intimidate students who bullied him because he wears ankle braces and is small for his age, authorities said April 18. The boy, who was charged with the delinquency count April 16 after police were called to an elementary school in the suburban Cincinnati village of Elmwood Place, also told police that some boys “stuffed him in a trash can”

about a year ago, police Sgt. Kevin Vanover said. Vanover said that incident apparently was not reported to police. The principal of Elmwood Place Elementary School called police April around the time school was being dismissed to report that at least five children saw the boy with the gun, and some of them thought it was a firearm. One child said the boy had told him that if he told anyone about the gun, he would shoot the child, according to the police report. Vanover noted that the BB gun’s orange plastic tip had been broken “and it did look real.” The boy, whose name was not released, remained in his mother’s custody April 18 while awaiting a

Hamilton County Juvenile Court hearing on the charge, Vanover said. — Associated Press

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Akron — Authorities say a passenger in a sport utility vehicle died after it collided with an ambulance at an intersection near a hospital emergency room. Three more people were injured in the crash, which happened before 4 a.m. April 19 in Akron. Multiple media outlets report that police said a traffic light in the area wasn’t working properly and may have been a factor in the crash. — Associated Press

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Hard Rock gaming facility could bring 2,000 jobs to Northfield Park by JEFF SAUNDERS | REPORTER Northfield Village — Plans were unveiled April 18 for a $275-million gaming and entertainment facility that’s expected to bring as many as 2,000 construction and permanent jobs to Northfield Park, providing an economic jolt to both the race track and to the village. “We hope and believe that this relationship will take all of us to another level,” Hard Rock International Chairman Jim Allen said at a press conference formally announcing the agreement between Hard Rock and the track. “We can really become an impact and economic benefit for the community.” Allen said the facility is still in the conceptual phase, but will include space for 2,500 video lottery terminals and an entertainment venue of at least 1,000 seats, offering as many as 150 music, comedy and other events a year. The facility will also include a Hard Rock restaurant, and selections from Hard Rock’s extensive music memorabilia collection. He said there are also plans for a comedy club, as well as other restaurants and nightclubs. “What we’re trying to create is a destination that is not just about VLTs,” said Allen. The development is expected to generate about

1,000 permanent jobs plus, Allen said, and 800 to 1,000 additional construction jobs. Allen said the facility will be an opportunity in particular for area job seekers. “We would create a job fair, obviously starting with the local community,” he said. Allen said some issues still need to be worked out with the state before construction can begin, but once it does, it should take about 12 months. Former Gov. Ted Strickland initially proposed allowing video slots at horse racing tracks as a means of filling a hole in the state budget. Gov. John Kasich subsequently offered his support for video slots as part of a larger casino plan in the state. Hard Rock’s plan is contingent on the outcome of a suit filed against Kasich by a group called the American Policy Roundtable, which is claiming voters would have to amend the state constitution to allow video lottery terminals. Dave Bianconi, Northfield Park’s executive vice president of racing and simulcast, said the facility will make the track a “top destination for gaming and racing in Northeast Ohio,” following a decade when the racing industry in Ohio has been in decline.


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Cuyahoga Falls Library, 2015 Third St. The meeting will oc��The One Eyed One Horned Fly- cur in the Chambers Room on the ing Purple Cancer Eaters team of lower level of the library. the Cuyahoga Falls Relay For Life Here’s what’s on the agenda: is sponsoring a Fancy Nancy Par• Mary McNeil will present ty April 28 at 1 p.m. at Dancers Pointe, located in the Shoppes of highlights from the Sjogren’s Stow, at 4954 Darrow Road. Tick- Syndrome Foundation National Patient Conference (April 20/21). ets are $5 and all proceeds will Learn what’s new in the diagnogo to benefit the Cuyahoga Falls sis and treatment of Sjogren’s. Relay For Life. • Update: Northeast Ohio SjoPunch, lemonade and cookgren’s Walkabout ies will be served as well as a reading of a Fancy Nancy book • “Sharing and Caring” Roundand a ballet lesson from Nantable Discussion - A great way to cy Fancy herself. Feel free to learn from each other. come dressed up or play with RSVP by calling 330-342other dress clothes that will be 7870 or sending an email to provided. RSVP by April 21 to or 330-6555542. Benefit dinner to help

Historical Society plans buy service dog for autistic boy is April 28 spaghetti dinner ��April 23, the Northampton Historical Society will once again offer a fund raiser — the 4th Spaghetti Dinner — from 4 to 7p.m. downstairs at the Old Town Hall at 851 W. Bath Road. On the menu is: Spaghetti with marinara sauce (option of meatballs) salad, bread, butter, beverage and dessert for $7. Everyone is welcome. At 6 p.m., the regular monthly meeting will begin upstairs at the Town Hall. The program will feature Pam Howdyshell, a member of the Lapidrian Club of Cuyahoga Falls, with “Antique Jewelry Through the Ages (B.C. to current).” A door prize will be available from Tom Wiolland. For more information contact Dreama at 330-923-6678.

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��The next meeting of the Akron Area Sjögren’s Syndrome Support Group will take place April 28 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the

��Grace & Glory Fellowship is hosting a benefit dinner from 58 p.m. April 28 to raise enough money to buy, train and maintain a service dog for 7-year-old Samuel Williamson, who has nonverbal autism. Samuel’s Benefit Dinner will be at Grace & Glory Fellowship (formerly David’s House), 2128 Front St. Samuel tends to run or wander away without any warning and because of his autism, he has no sense of danger. A service dog would help keep him safe, assist in occupational and physical therapy sessions, and help teach pragmatic language. Tickets are $12. Payments and donations may be made on Paypal at SamuelCWilliamson@aol. com. For more information, contact his mother at or 330-671-8330.

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��The Petrosino Personal Well Being Foundation will host the 2012 “Second Hope Benefit” Family Kids Camp fundraising event April 28 from auction April 28 6:30 to 11:30 p.m. at the St. ��Northampton United Method- George Fellowship Center, 3204 Ridgewood Road in Akron. The ist Church will host its ninth anevent is being sponsored by Infnual Royal Family Kids Camp auction on April 28, beginning at oCision and Taylor Made Jewelry. Tickets are $50 per person. 5:30 p.m. at the Cuyahoga Falls Natatorium. The primary purpose Honorary chairs are Madeline of Royal Family KIDS Camp is to and Libert Bozzelli of Cuyahoga give children who have been re- Falls. The event will include dinferred by a social service agency ner, dessert, beverages, a 50/50 (children’s services, child guidraffle, a silent auction and live ance, psychologists, etc.) a week music and dancing with music of positive memories at a camp- legends La Flavour. One of the site especially selected to provide top items up for auction is a diaa safe, fun place for the camp ex- mond necklace provided by Tayperience. The camp experience lor Made Jewelry with a retail includes recreational activities, value of $1,050. crafts, singing, a cookout expePWF is a 501(c)3 community rience and a birthday party with outreach program assisting viccake and ice cream as some of tims of violent crime and their the children have never had one. children. The proceeds from the Most of all it involves giving the April 28 event will support PWF’s kids unconditional love 24/7 for a work in the development of perwhole week. There will be 55 to sonal protection training and 60 children and 75 adult volunwellness counseling for victims teers going to camp this year. of violence. For more information This auction is a community or to order tickets, call 330-929event. The camp is also accept0613 or visit www.petrosinowelling monetary donations to help provide scholarships for campers. Checks may be made out to Fundraiser on April Royal Family Kids — Cuyahoga 28 will help child with Falls. The group is a 501(c) 3 cancer organization and all donations ��A Cure 4 Gia fundraiser will are tax deductible. All donations take place on April 28 from 4 to go for the camp. Tickets for the RFKC Auction are $25 per person 8 p.m. at the First United Methand tables seat 10 and are $250. odist Church at 245 Portage Trail. The event is raising money to Bring a group of friends. help Gia Smith and her family. Tickets may be purchased Gia, who is 21 months old, was through Amy Patterson at 330diagnosed with Embryonal Botry920-9733. Donations can be oid Rhabdomyosarcoma last Nomailed to Northampton United vember, a soft tissue tumor. The Methodist Church, 852 W. Bath benefit will include a spaghetti Road, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio dinner, silent auction, and raffle. 44223 330-929-0015. To learn Cost is $10 for adults, $5 for chilmore about Royal Family Kids, dren 12 and under. T-shirts will visit For more be sold for $10. Visit MyLifeLine. information, contact Lynette Cal- org and enter giasmith to visvin at 330-923-6296. it her site.

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ive year-old Katelyn Hoppler of Cuyahoga Falls collects eggs at the city’s annual Easter egg hunt at Water Works Park April 7.

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and Recreation Department is offering Adult Ballet lessons at the Quirk Cultural Center. Come join the fun, meet new people, and Ave. on April 27. The event inSpring jewelry sale get some exercise. There is now cludes a light snack, music and a Beginners class on Thursdays ��Calling all jewelry crafters a dance lesson provided by John from 9 to 10 a.m. and an Inter— a day just for you to sell. Spac- and Pam Burton. There will be a mediate class on Tuesdays from es are available for $15 space; free lesson offered from 7:30 to 8 9 to 10:15 a.m. These classes are $20 table until May 1. Show will p.m., and an open dance from 8 designed to promote good posbe at the Quirk Cultural Center to 10:30 p.m. Cost is $9 per perture, self-confidence, and grace, May 6. Hand crafted items only. son paid at the door. No partwhile teaching students how to For details, call the Quirk Cultural ner needed; ages 16 and oldstrengthen and protect their bodCenter at 330-971-8425. er only. For more information call ies from injury. The classes will the Parks and Recreation Office at Ballroom nights consist of traditional ballet barre, 330-971-8225 or the Quirk Culstretching exercises and mild bal��The Cuyahoga Falls Parks tural Center at 330-971-8425. let center floor combinations. All and Recreation Department is ofclasses are four-week sessions Adult ballet classes fering Ballroom Nights at the with a new Intermediate session Quirk Cultural Center, 1201 Grant ��The Cuyahoga Falls Parks


beginning May 1, and a new Beginner session starting May 3. Fee is $8 resident/$12 nonresident, plus class fee of $20 for one class or $35 for both classes (made payable to Jean Brady). All class fees must be paid at first class. For more information call the Parks and Recreation Office at 330-971-8225.

Fiber class — silk scarf

��One of the new fiber classes to be offered at the Quirk Cultural Center is making silk batik scarves. The class will be April 24 from 7 to 9 p.m. Registration fee is $2 resident/$4 nonresident with a $15 class fee payable to instructor Sandy Barstow at registration. Scarves are on display

at the Quirk Cultural Center. For more information or to register, call 330-971-8425 or 330971-8225.

Garage sale ends

��The Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a garage sale April 28 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Quirk Cultural Center. This is a great time of year to clean out those closets and turn your junk into someone else’s treasures. Weather permitting, the event will be outdoors. There are still open tables. Fee is $20. For more information or to register, call the Quirk Cultural Center at 330-9718425 or the Parks and Recreation Office at 330-0781-8225 or register on line at parksandrec.

City Arbor Day event is April 27 The city of Cuyahoga Falls will host its annual Arbor Day program April 27 at 3 p.m. at Kennedy Park, 2100 Issaquah St. The public is invited and encouraged to attend. Each year, the city plants a tree to honor a facet of Cuyahoga Falls that has made a significant impact in the community. This year, the city’s Bicentennial will be honored with the planting of a Celebration Maple tree. Along with the program,

the city selects a school to participate in an Arbor Day Poster Contest. This year the fourth grade classes of each elementary school in the city was asked to participate with the theme of “Celebrating our River Heritage: Canals and Dams” as the city recognizes the beginning of its community history and in celebration of the municipality’s 200th birthday. For more information on the Arbor Day program, call 330-971-8240.


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Parks chief offers some summer tips for staying fit For many of us, we can’t wait for summertime so we can engage in some laid back, carefree living: staying up late, summer vacations, backyard barbecues, hours at our local swimming spot and taking the family out for ice cream. But for some of us, this extra dose of summer freedom can also cause us to fall back out of shape. In this week’s article, I’ve come up with some tips to help you continue having fun while maintaining your health.

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If summertime doesn’t equate to a traditional “summer vacation” for you, you can try our SummerBill Lohan, pac Staycation package. A Parks & Rec family of four can go swimSupt. ming at Water Works Family Aquatic Center, play such as the hiking trails at mini golf or hit range balls Babb Run, Kennedy and at Downview Sports CenWater Works parks, coter, and spend a day at the ed adult softball leagues, Nat. Each Summerpac youth baseball through the also contains discounted Cuyahoga Falls Amateur coupons to the Akron Zoo, Baseball Association and local theater, family restaua host of tennis lessons for rants, movie rentals and all ages. Participation in more. one of these will not only help you stay in shape, but Work out in the you’ll get to know people morning in your own community Before the summer’s inwhile you brush up on your tense heat, make your dai-

ly commitment to a little exercise in the early morning hours. Get up and watch the sun rise, enjoy the quiet of your neighborhood, take a brisk walk with your dog or just get out and listen to the earth. One of the great benefits of working out early in the morning is breathing in the fresh air and soaking in the tranquility of your neighborhood while you contemplate the rest of your day. The Natatorium’s “summer deal” might entice you to keep up your workouts during the summer. Call The Natatorium at 330-971-8080 for more information or visit us on the web at

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Book sale is May 4, 5

The weather is warmer and spring is in the air. It’s time to think about the Cuyahoga Falls Friends of the Library book sale. The Friends members’ presale will take place on May 3 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Memberships are available at the library office now, or people can sign up at the presale. The book sale for the general public will take place May 4 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and May 5 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The bag sale begins at 3 p.m. on May 5. Attendees can pay $3 for a grocery bag-full of items. All proceeds from the sale are returned to the community through enhanced library services.


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Free job fair featuring 25-plus employers scheduled May 2 in Stow The Community Job Club Inc., along with the Record Publishing Co., The RealMatch Job Network and the Akron General Wellness Center, will sponsor a job fair on May 2 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Akron General Wellness Center-North, 4300 Allen Road, in Stow. This free event will feature more than 25 local em-

ployers and staffing agencies. Job seekers are encouraged to dress “business casual” and bring copies of their current resume. They will be able to meet personally with employers to discuss their backgrounds and interests to help determine whether there’s a potential fit. To facilitate matching

job seekers with employers, a color-coding system will be used to designate which fields each company is looking to staff. Companies such as Viking Forge, Little Tikes and Northwestern Mutual Finance are seeking candidates for positions in manufacturing, sales and marketing, transportation, clerical support and techni-

cal operations. Staffing agencies, including The Callos Companies and Hunter Temporary Services, are also actively hiring for similar openings. Proceeds from business sponsorships and employment booth registrations will benefit the Community Job Club Inc., a non-profit job search training organization.

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Democrats offer budget Bill would increase penalties for plan to increase funds offenses by county, municipal treasurers to communities, schools by MARC KOVAC | CAPITAL BUREAU CHIEF

by MARC KOVAC | CAPITAL BUREAU CHIEF Columbus — Democrats in the Ohio House are asking the Republicans who control the chamber and Gov. John Kasich to consider diverting state surplus funds and part of the proceeds of a proposed fracking tax to local governments and school districts. Backers say their “Kids and Communities First Fund” would help offset state cuts implemented under Kasich’s biennium budget. “Right now, Ohio has a budget surplus of $265 million and an additional $250 million in the ... rainy day fund,” said House Minority Leader Armond Budish, D-Cleveland. “The state of Ohio also has the potential for up to another billion dollars in additional new revenue under Gov. Kasich’s proposal to modestly increase the severance tax on the oil and gas industry. Yet despite this growing revenue and all these new policy changes... nothing is being done to curb the growing financial crisis for schools and local communities that was brought on by last year’s historically deep state budget cuts.” House Democrats’ plan, unveiled April 16 during a press conference at the Statehouse and expected to offered as an amendment to Kasich’s mid-biennium budget bill, calls for about $400 million in state surplus funds and new tax collections to be set aside for schools and local governments. Of that total, $265 million would come from taxes and other revenues col-

lected but not slated to be spent under the current biennium budget plan, plus $120 million from the state’s rainy day fund and $15 million from increased fracking taxes. The fund would be replenished in coming years through oil and gas taxes and disbursed to schools and local governments in the form of grants and other outlays, awarded on a competitive basis. “We are in a state of emergency,” said Rep. Alicia Reece, D-Cincinnati, concerning the need for increased funding for local governments. “If we don’t protect our communities, we undercut our economic recovery and we hurt working and middle class families. ... What we are seeing is what I describe as trickle-down taxation. We say we’re not increasing taxes at the state level but we cut funding at the local level... forcing them to raise taxes at the local level.” It’s not likely that Statehouse Republicans will support the plan, however. “The governor’s plan is to lower the income tax for every Ohioan, make Ohio more competitive and help small businesses grow, create jobs,” said Rob Nichols, Kasich’s spokesman. “Unsurprisingly, they want to raid the rainy day fund, grow government and spend more taxpayer money. We’ve seen this tax-andspend movie before, and it didn’t end well.” Marc Kovac is the Dix Capital Bureau C h i e f. E - m a i l h i m a t or on Twitter at OhioCapitalBlog.

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Columbus — County treasurers could be forced from office if theft occurs under their watch and possibly be blocked from holding future elected positions, under legislation being introduced in the Ohio House. The bill comes in direct response to the theft of nearly $3 million by a deputy treasurer in Stark County and the resulting legal challenges and brouhaha that led to the resignation of Treasurer Gary Zeigler last October. “This has been a hot topic and a very important issue to Stark County, as it should be,” said Rep. Christina Hagan, RAlliance, who is carrying the bill in the Ohio House. “Taxpayer dollars should be our No. 1 concern, and safeguarding taxpayer dollars should be at the top of our priority list.” Among other provisions,

the bill would set deadlines for counties, township and municipal governments and school districts to act when their financial books are declared unauditable, with state funding potentially withheld for those that do not comply. It would also institute training requirements for public officials to ensure they understand state public finance laws and create a standard process for the removal of auditors, treasurers and other fiscal officers for dereliction of duty. “When somebody’s got the checkbook with taxpayers’ money in it, they’re armed and dangerous,” said state Auditor Dave Yost. “And it’s important that the people have a way to correct a situation where somebody is misusing that checkbook before another election comes around.” The most egregious offenders would face in-

creased criminal penalties plus be barred from holding public offices for four years or until after repayment is made. Yost, who is supporting the legislation, said his office has identified numerous instances of public officials misusing funds, including a Catawba Island Township fiscal officer who purchased men’s boxer shorts and a bar stool, a Utica clerk-treasurer who charged a village credit card account for purchases at golf courses and a former Jacksonville official who wrote checks to himself. “Since January of 2011, we’ve had more than 20 audits come out with significant findings against fiscal officers or treasurers...,” Yost said. M a r c Ko v a c i s t h e Dix Capital Bureau Chief. E -mail him at or on Twitter at OhioCapitalBlog.

Marilyn Slaby will take her husband’s seat in Ohio House by MARC KOVAC | CAPITAL BUREAU CHIEF Columbus — The wife of a former state representative will take his seat in the Ohio House this coming week. Marilyn Slaby, a former state lawmaker herself, was recommended for the post by the Summit County Republican Party, and House GOP leaders confirmed her selection April 19. She will take the oath

of office during the April 24 session and will have to seek reelection in November, likely taking her husband’s place on the ballot. Slaby, a Copley resident, and Wadsworth Public Library Director C. Allen Nichols, of Fairlawn, both submitted paperwork for consideration for the seat vacated by former Rep. Lynn Slaby, who was appointed by Gov. John Kasich to the Public Utilities

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Collector of model trains, veteran Kenneth F. Burris, 83, of Cuyahoga Falls, died April 9, 2012. Born in Akron, he lived most of his life in Cuyahoga Falls, was a US Navy veteran and retired from the M. O’Neil Co. Mr. Burris was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church and the Holy Name Society. An avid collector of model trains, he was also a member of Akron Steam Tours and Midwest Steam Tours. Preceded in death by his wife of 43 years, Julia; parents, Arthur and Lillian Burris; brothers, Leroy and Walter; grandson, Brian Burris; and son-in-law, Tony Raggi, he is survived by children, Lillian (Tom) Laubacher, Larry (Marianne), Anne Raggi, David (Kathy), Paul; grandchildren Michael, Jean, Becky, Jason, Joshua, Elizabeth and Noelle; great-grandchildren Melissa and Matthew and great-great-granddaughter Ella; brothers Paul (Priscilla) and Ralph (Belva). Visitation was at Redmon Funeral Home with Mass of the Christian Burial celebrated at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Burial was in Northlawn Memorial Gardens with military honors provided by the United States Navy. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Summa, 525 E. Market Street, P.O. Box 2090, Akron 44398. The video tribute for Mr. Burris may be seen at


Retired from Chief Freight Lines Michael Zampelli died March 23, 2012. For the majority of his life, Mr. Zampelli lived in Cuyahoga Falls; he retired from Chief Freight Lines. He recently moved to Martha Manor in Akron, where he enjoyed life as a Master Gardener, Toastmaster and pool shark. As a dedicated Catholic, he devoted his time as a Eucharistic minister at Blessed Trinity parish and as an active member of The Dominican Sisters of Peace Associates. Mr. Zampelli looked forward to his Tuesday breakfast club. He was preceded in death by his daughter Melissa Ann, and is survived by his loving wife of 56 years Dorothy; his children, Denise (Gene) Briers, Michele (Mario) Mattioli, and Michael (Janet) Zampelli; grandchildren, Zachary Briers, Larissa and Anthony Zampelli; brother, Vince (Addie) Zampelli; sister, Mary (Ronnie, deceased) Pratt, and sister-in-law Mary Pamer. Visitation was at Ciriello and Carr Falls Chapel. Services were at Blessed Trinity Catholic Church followed by interment at Oakwood Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Blessed Trinity Catholic Church, 300 E. Tallmadge Ave., Akron, OH 44310, or Sisters of St. Dominic Convent, 1230 W. Market St., Akron, OH 44301.

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Served in U.S. Army, National Guard Herbert (Hank) C. Gillette, 76, of Hudson, died April 16, 2012. Mr. Gillette was born in Buffalo, N.Y., on Oct. 11, 1935, the only son to the late Herbert and Margaret (Smith) Gillette. He attended Miami University in Oxford and completed graduate work in real estate, earning a GRI. Mr. Gillette was president and CEO of Evergreen Environmental in Bedford (later sold to Republic Waste) and Peter Herbert Group Consulting. He was licensed by the SEC and throughout his career oversaw mergers and acquisitions for U.S. and Canadian corporations. Mr. Gillette served as president of the Western Reserve Academy Dads Club and was a member of Christ Church Episcopal in Hudson. Hank served in the U.S. Army and Ohio National Guard with the rank of sergeant. He is survived by his wife, Irene (Milton) Gillette of Hudson; two children and their spouses, Peter Gillette and Joanna Gorsage of Washington, D.C., and Elizabeth Gillette and David Lively of Chicago; and two granddaughters, Zoe and Catherine Lively. Services will be at Christ Church Episcopal, 21 Aurora St. in Hudson, on April 28 at 11 a.m. Memorial donations may be sent to Christ Church Episcopal.


Retired from InfoCision Brian D. Johnson, 67, passed away March 16, 2012. He was born in Washington, D.C., and lived in Munroe Falls for the past two years, moving there from Cuyahoga Falls. He retired from InfoCision where he worked in quality control and had also worked as an instructor of Chinese and Japanese history at The University of Akron. He enjoyed military history, nature, sports, reading, and traveling. He is survived by his loving wife of 42 years, Pat; sons, Matt (Elizabeth) of Solon and Damian (Abby Hochella) of Hudson; grandchildren, Connor, Evan and Bennett Johnson; brother, Clifford (Peggy) Johnson of Kentucky; sisters, Sandy (Roger) Winburg of Beaver Creek, Beth (Dave) Gundy of New Philadelphia and Dorothy (Mark) Sheets of Columbus. Friends called March 20 at the Clifford-Shoemaker Funeral Home in Cuyahoga Falls, with Pastor Steve Bucy officiating. Interment was at Chestnut Hill Burial Park. In lieu of other remembrances memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Association, 1815 W. Market St. Suite 108, Akron, OH 44313.


Lived in Falls for 35-plus years Tracy Lee Morgan, 52, died at her residence March 9, 2012 after a long courageous battle with cancer. She was born in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and resided in Cuyahoga Falls for more than 35 years. Preceded in death by parents, Gerald and Ruth Morgan; grandparents, Raymond and Emma Romans, Walter and Lillian Morgan; uncle and aunt, Richard and Dorothy Morris; she is survived by cousins, Raymond Morris of Cuyahoga Falls, Wayne and Earl Romans and special friend, David A. Howell. Cremation has taken place. Inurnment was at Oakwood Cemetery. Memorials may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis TN 38105.


Served in the Korean War William T. Bowers, 83, died March 21, 2012. He was born in Pomeroy, Ohio, and resided in Cuyahoga Falls for the past 55 years. Mr. Bowers served his country in the U.S. Army during the Korean War and worked as a painter and decorator for Local 841AFLCIO. He was a member of the Moose Lodge #918, the VFW post 1062, the AMVETS post 176 and the Trinity United Methodist Church. He was preceded in death by his parents, George and Helen Bowers, and survived by his wife of 59 years, Gladys; children, Randy (Terry) Bowers of Bath and Lisa (Perry) Mulhollen of Michigan; grandchildren, Jeremy Bowers of Florida, Nate (Fiancé Michelle) Bowers of Cuyahoga Falls, Cody, Cassandra, and Hannah Mulhollen all of Michigan; brother, Max (Patricia) Bowers of Munroe Falls; and many nieces and nephews. Friends called March 26 at the Clifford-Shoemaker Funeral Home in Cuyahoga Falls, with the Rev. Marv Brown officiating. Interment was at the Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery. His memorial video is viewable at

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Retired Stow firefighter Douglas Woodrow Santee, of Stow, died April 11, 2012 at the Seidman Cancer Center after several weeks of fighting leukemia. Born in Akron on Aug. 12, 1942, to L. Woodrow and Mildred Santee, he graduated from Cuyahoga Falls High in 1961. He went on to serve his community for 31 years as a member of Stow Fire Department. Also known as “Rammer” amongst his fellow firefighters, he was one of the first firefighters in Stow to join the HazMat and EMS squads. He also owned his own business as a locksmith for more than 20 years. After retiring from Stow Fire Department, he fulfilled his life-long dream by obtaining his private pilot license. Mr. Santee enjoyed spending his free time driving his ’37 Buick to cruise-ins. He was a member of Graham Road Baptist Church in Cuyahoga Falls for 45 years and a member of The Chapel in Akron for more than 20 years, where he and his wife Nancy volunteered and served others through outreach programs and hospital visitations. He was also an active deacon, usher and volunteered in the group, Abundant Life. He was preceded in death by his parents, L. Woodrow and Mildred and granddaughter, Lea Santee. He is survived by his wife, Nancy; his children, Scott (Christine) Santee, Sandy (Doug) Weaver, Brian (Shelley) Santee, Kim (Scott) Sisk and Jeff Santee; his grandchildren, Andrew, Matt, Katie, Melissa, Tia, Zach, Mikayla, and Jackson; and his brother, Gary Santee. Visitation and service were at Redmon Funeral Home. Interment was at Northlawn Memorial Gardens. Memorial donations in his honor can be made to the American Cancer Society’s HopeLodge or The Seidman Cancer Center of University Hospitals. Mr. Santee's video tribute may be viewed at

Lifelong educator, served in the Korean War Robert Leroy DiPaolo, 80, died March 19, 2012. Bob was born in Bellaire, Ohio, Feb. 21, 1932. He graduated from Bellaire High School, served in the Korean War, and then obtained a B.S. degree in education from Kent State University and a master’s degree in education from The University of Akron. Bob was a lifelong educator inside and outside of the classroom. He taught industrial arts at Simon Perkins Junior High School, Buchtel High School, and Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy, where he touched the lives of thousands of students and fellow faculty members. Bob coached basketball at Simon Perkins and served as Cub Scout Master and Little League baseball coach. A faithful servant of his Lord, he served as a deacon and Bible Study leader at The Chapel on Fir Hill and was an active member of Riverwood Community Chapel’s care group ministry. Bob was a gregarious conversationalist with a servant’s heart, who loved to spend time with people. He will be remembered most for how he put the needs of others before his own. Bob is survived by his wife Dorlene, his three sons, Robert Eugene (Grace), Jeffrey Alan (Brigid) and Jay Anthony (Lesa), his eight grandchildren, Shanna (Alan), Zachary (Michelle), Chelsea (Colby), Benjamin, Kayleigh, Josiah, Eva and Kira, his brother William (Ethel), and many relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his granddaughter, Clairee, with whom he is now reunited. A funeral service was at Riverwood Community Chapel March 21, in Kent. Bob was laid to rest in a Christian burial at Chestnut Hill Memorial Park in Cuyahoga Falls. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Bob’s memory to the Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy, 4687 Wyoga Lake Road, Cuyahoga Falls.

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Lived in Cuyahoga Falls for 57 years Barbara J. O’Kelly, 88, died March 18, 2012. She was born in Detroit, MI and had lived in Cuyahoga Falls for the past 57 years. She was a member of the Blessed Trinity Church in Akron. She “was the most wonderful caring mother and friend, it was a privilege to have her in our lives.” She was preceded in death by her husband, Dan; and survived by her children, Tim (Mary) O’Kelly, Gary (Lynn) Robidoux, Maureen O’Kelly all of Cuyahoga Falls and Lynn Federman of California; grandchildren, Michele (Glenn) Crandall of Ravenna, Dennis (Jillian) Oswald of Norton, Scott Oswald of Barberton, David Strahan, Michael Federman and Alexandria Federman all of California; great-grandson and her pride and joy, Noah Cradall; and many dear friends, and especially the ladies from the Friday night card group. Friends called March 20 at the Clifford-Shoemaker Funeral Home in Cuyahoga Falls where a funeral service was conducted. Interment was at Oakwood Cemetery. In lieu of other remembrances memorials may be made to the Hospice Care Center 3358 Ridgewood Road, Fairlawn, OH 44333.

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TAYLOR’D WORD from the staff of Cuyahoga Falls Library

Poet’s Nook announces contest winners ��Each year The Poet’s Nook sponsors a poetry contest for kids ages 6-14. Entries are judged in April for National Poetry Month. This year’s winners are, in the age 6-8 category, first place, Tyler Stypa, Lincoln Elementary, “The Rainbow Poem;” second place, Caroline Hopkins, Lincoln Elementary, “Green;” and third place, Jack Nowak, “The Owl.” In the 9-12 category, winners were, first place, Brooke Smith, Immaculate Heart, “Dancer;” second place, Zak Crissman,

AROUND US Living History Series at library

��The Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library is hosting a Living History Series with talks by people who were a part of some of the 20th Century’s most pivot-

Lincoln School, “I Live in the Middle East;” and third place, Taylor Gertz, Immaculate Heart, “The Cute Kitten.” In the 12-14 category, placing first was, Brady Sparks, Bolich Middle School, “Nascar Racing;” second place, Bella Wagner, Lincoln, “Allergies;” and third place, Tayra lee Caraballo-Romero, Woodridge Middle School, “Freedom.”

Sunday matinee is ‘Mission Impossible’

��Make plans for April 22 at 2 p.m. to see the newly released “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol” starring Tom Cruise. (PG13)

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Double T Quilt show returns to library

��Cuyahoga Falls Library welcomes back the Double T Quilt Show on April 26-28. Drop by to see the beautiful work of these talented quilters in the library’s Sutliff Meeting Room.

Basic keyboarding, mousing class

��If you lack skills in keyboarding and the use of a computer mouse, this new class on April 28 at 2 p.m. is a must. Registration is required.

Black troops in the Civil War

��On May 1 at 7 p.m., join members of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War and their special guest speaker Dr. Kelly Selby.

��Mark Dawidziak will portray Charles Dickens in full costume on April 24 at 7 p.m. in selections from “Dombey and Son,” “A Christmas Carol,” “A Tale of Two Cities” and “The Uncommercial Traveler.”

��Come and browse through our large selection of used

al events. The series will feature one speaker per month and runs from March through June. On May 16, William Perry will talk about his service with the highly decorated buffalo soldiers in Italy. Wrapping up the series on June 21, Bill Mason speaks about his time with the British RAF piloting a Lancaster Bomber. All of the talks begin at 7 p.m.

and are presented free of charge. The library will take reservations for people wishing to attend the talks in this series starting one month in advance of each talk. To make a reservation, stop by the library’s Information Desk or call 330-688-3295 ext. 4. The Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library is located at 3512 Darrow Road in Stow.

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SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2012 PAGE 33 books, paperbacks, children’s books, records, tapes, movies, CDs and puzzles on May 4 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and May 5 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. A presale will be open to Friends of Library members only on May 3 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Memberships will be available for purchase at the door.

New for you ��New books hot off the press this week include “The Innocent” by David Baldacci, “What Doesn’t Kill You” by Iris Johansen, “Unnatural Acts” by Stuart Woods, “The Witness” by Nora Roberts and “The Calling” by Kelly Armstrong. Newly released DVDs on the shelf this week: “Top Shot,” “The Man Nobody Knew” and “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol.”

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Grandview United Methodist Church

� The annual spring salad luncheon will take place at Grandview United Methodist Church, 2315 Phelps Ave., on May 4 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Suggested donation is $6. Proceeds will go to the church and mission projects of the United Methodist Women’s group. Takeout will be available. For more information, call 330-923-2442.

Bethany UCC

istration forms and information are available on our website at VBS Extreme � Blessings and many thanks to United Presbyterian space is limited. Girl Scouts Troop 520 who arrived Church First Church organist H. Dean for a recent meeting at Pilgrim � U.P.C. will celebrate the resur- Wagner is continuing his weekly and spotted a church member rection of Jesus Christ from the organ concerts every Thursday St. Luke’s Lutheran weeding on the front lawn. They dead at both services, which will from noon to 12:30 p.m. All are pitched in and helped her do the be filled with joy and praise. Church invited. job. Leader Dawn Gage that such � St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, U.P.C. offers two styles of worThe Spring Ring Thing is a help allows the Scouts to show E.L.C.A., 2121 Sixth St., invites ship. The traditional service starts handbell concert featuring the Pilgrim their thanks for letting community members to worship at 8:30 a.m. and the New Crechurch’s seven handbell and them meet at the church. with them Sundays at 10 a.m. ation contemporary service starts chime choirs. It will take place A reminder to all that The Kra- at 11 a.m. The Educational Hour, April 25 at 6 p.m. in the sanctuThe Pre-Confirmation Class zy Kamp Auction/Pot Luck Lunwill be at 9 a.m. including “Amazement Park” for ary. All are welcome to come the cheon is scheduled for April 29. elementary school-age children, adult, teen and children’s hand Youth Director Mandy Moyer It’s an opportunity to clean out is from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. Child- bells. leads Children’s Sunday School your closet by bringing your white care for babies and toddlers is On April 28, First Church is at 10:15 a.m. elephants (or a nicer item that available throughout the Sunday hosting a benefit for Gianna could be raffled off), wrapped in St. John’s Episcopal morning activities. Parking is Smith. Gianna is a toddler conany kind of wrapping, as soon as available on church property. All nected to the church who is Church possible. The proceeds will help are welcome. Recent messages struggling through cancer treat� Upcoming events at St. John’s those children who wouldn’t be from U.P.C. can be found at www. ments. The fundraiser is from 4 Episcopal Church in Cuyahoga able to go with out help. Bring a to 8 p.m. and entails a spaghetti Falls: dish to the pot luck. Be an Angel The church is located at 2819 dinner, silent auction and a raffle. April 22: 8 a.m. Sunday Worfor Pilgrim and volunteer to help The cost is $10 for adults and $5 Hudson Drive. For more inforship; 10 a.m. Family Service for children. Tickets are available with lawn mowing. Or donate $40 mation, call the church at 330with Children’s Chat; 11:15 a.m. for a week of your choice. at the door. For more information, 923-9735 or email the church Soup’s On Committee Meeting call Leanne Lattimer at 330-221Meet friends from church and at A more 0956. April 23: 6 p.m. Bible Study; their guests for pizza at Donato’s complete survey of the ministry Fourth- to sixth-graders at First 7:30 p.m. A.A. April 26. of U.P.C. can be obtained by logChurch and their guests will be ging on to ActiviApril 24: 7 p.m. Akron Coin April 27 is the monthly game taking a trip on the Cuyahoga Club night, so bring you cards or board ties and news of the church can Valley Railroad and a bike ride also be found on Facebook at April 25: 9:30 a.m. Bible Study; games for a pleasant evening. May 6. Participants will meet “MyUPC.” Guests are welcome. 6:30 p.m. Choir Practice with their bikes and helmets at If you missed the Emotions April 26: 7:00 p.m. Worship First United Methodist the Peninsula Depot at 1:45 pm with the train leaving at 2:05. The Anonymous 25th anniversary Committee; 7:30 p.m. N.A. Church cost is $2 per person. Bring water meeting April 5, you are invited to April 27: 7:30 p.m. A.A. and snacks for the bike ride. Percall Dave at 330-634-1787 to get � Vacation Bible School registration is now open at First Unit- mission slips are online at firstApril 28: 11:30 a.m. Soup’s On information on this group. or at the church. ed Methodist Church, 245 PorApril 29: 8 a.m. Morning Prayer On April 29 Interim Minister tage Trail, for their VBS Operation Service; 10 a.m. Morning Prayer Mary Ann Jopperi,will be preachOverboard which is June 25 to 29 Journey Covenant Service with Choir ing her last sermon titled “What’s from 9 a.m. to noon and VBS Ex- Church Soup’s On will be April 28 from Love Got to Do With It?” This will treme until 5 p.m. VBS is for chil- � JCC serves a free, hot din11:30 am to 1 p.m. Bring the complete her commitment with dren age 3 (by Sept. 30 and pot- ner to local residents on the last family and enjoy a free meal and the church, under the Partners in ty trained) through incoming Tuesday of every month from 6 to fellowship from 11:30 a.m. to 1 Ministry program. Guest musician fourth-graders. VBS Serve is for 7 p.m. The next dinner is April 24. p.m. All are welcome. Marissa Hirsch, saxophonist, will fifth- and sixth-graders. The cost Christ Kitchen Dinners are open to the public. The church is located at 2220 participate in the worship service is $5 per child with a $10 famiApril 29. 2nd Street on the corner of Porly maximum. VBS Extreme is for JCC is located at 2679 North incoming first- to sixth-graders tage Trail. Call the church at 330All in the community are weland is an additional $50. Reg928-2139. SEE WORSHIP, PAGE 44 come Sunday at 10:30 a.m. for for children and adults is at 9:15 a.m. The church is at 1235 Broad Blvd., Cuyahoga Falls. For information on Bethany UCC, its ministries and activities call 330923-5277.

� On Earth Day, April 22, after 10:30 worship, the GREEN Team along with Christian Education will host a Bethany Family potluck dinner. They will explore ways to make the church, cities and people more conscious of ways to lessen humans’ impact on the planet. Bring a covered dish. Bethany’s Treasures and Bake Sale will be April 28, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.; the 3rd Annual Plant Sale is set for May 19 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.; VBS is scheduled for July 8 to 12, at 6 p.m. (new time). Worship is on Sundays at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. Church school

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SCHOOL NOTES Kindergarten registration under way

��Cuyahoga Falls City Schools registration for kindergarten has begun. Students who are being registered for kindergarten must be 5 years old by Aug. 1, 2012. Kindergarten classes are full day, 8:45 a.m. to 3:20 p.m. Parents/guardians must complete the kindergarten enrollment forms and provide the following documents for their child/children when registering: original birth certificate, immunization records, Social Security card or number, ETR and IEP if the child has been identified special ed,


only be accepted through April 30. Open enrollment application forms can be printed from the Cuyahoga Falls City Schools website,, under the Forms & Links button. Intra-district applications are for residents residing within the Cuyahoga Falls City School District. Inter-district applications are for residents residing outside the Cuyahoga Falls City School District. Open enrollment goes Approval notification for stuthrough April 30 dents in grades 1 through 12 will ��Open Enrollment for Cuyahoga occur by June 30. New students to the district must complete the Falls City Schools is now unenrollment process by July 27. der way. Application forms can now be picked up or dropped off Grades 1 through 8 must enroll at the Board of Education, Pupil Serat the Pupil Services office, 431 Stow Ave., from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. vices office. Grades 9 through 12 Open enrollment applications will must call the high school office

custody documents if parents are divorced, proof of residency (current utility bill or lease/mortgage agreement), parent/guardian photo Identification Enrollment forms can be picked up or dropped off at the Pupil Services office, 431 Stow Ave., from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. These forms can also be found on the school website using the forms and links button. Call Pupil Services, 330-926-3800, ext. 502040 with questions.

at 330-926-3808, ext. 502200 to set up an appointment. Open enrolled kindergarten students will be notified by the start of the school year.

Register for Woodridge summer PE class

��Woodridge will once again offer a summer physical education class for a 1/4 high school credit from June 11-29. The cost will be $185 and classes will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. daily. Students enrolling in the class will be required to be in attendance at all sessions or take the course throughout the school year. Students will need to have access to a bike, as well as be able to ride at least 28 miles, on the days that the bike trail rides are taken. Students will also be hik-

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SCHOOL NOTE Last show of ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels’ is April 22

��Cuyahoga Falls High School students will perform “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” April 22 in the auditorium. With music and lyrics written by David Yazbek, the musical is based on the book of the same title by Jeffrey Lane. Doors open at 2 p.m. and curtain time is 2:30. Presale ticket prices are $6 for students and seniors, $8 for adults. Tickets at the door are $7 for students and seniors, $8 for adults. For more information, call 330-926-3808.

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ALUMNI ALERTS Falls Class of 1977 plans 35th reunion

��The Cuyahoga Falls High School Class of 1977 will have its 35th reunion Aug. 3 and 4. On Aug. 3, from 6 to 11 p.m., the class will meet at Cuyahoga Falls Summerfest, Riverfront Mall. On Aug. 4, from 7 to 11:30 p.m., the class will meet up at Roses Run Country Club, 2363 N. River Road in Stow. Tickets are $25 a piece. Evening includes appetizers, DJ service, casual attire, indoor party room, outdoor golf course patio. For more information, call Terry Aikens at 330-815-9728 or Stacey Sheehan Jones

Falls class of 1962 plans 50th reunion

��The Cuyahoga Falls High School Class of 1962 will host its 50th Reunion Aug. 10 through 12 at Silver Lake Country Club. The festivities will begin on Aug. 10 at 10 a.m. with a tour of the high school building. Aug. 10 starting at 7 p.m. will feature the traditional “Tiger Den” and last until midnight at Silver Lake Country Club. There will be a cash bar throughout the evening. On Aug. 11, 1962 classmates can watch the Bicentennial Parade from Dr. Charles Glanville’s office at 646 Portage Trail as it

proceeds down Portage Trail from Bolich Middle School. The Class of 1962 will be represented in the Bicentennial Parade. The celebration continues Aug. 11 at Silver Lake Country Club starting with a cocktail reception at 6 p.m. followed by a served meal at 7 p.m. There will be dancing from 8:30 p.m. until midnight. Check out the reunion website at Contact Myron “Butch” Gray either at 330-688-9129 or by email at myron_gray@hotmail.

Graduates and/or individuals in contact with graduates can find information about the reunion and buy tickets at For questions, email the Reunion Committee at or contact Bonnie Waltenbaugh Church at 330-699-0055.

Stow Class of 1967 plans 45th reunion

��The Stow-Munroe Falls High School Class of 1967 will have its 45th high school reunion on Sept. 8 from 6 to 11 p.m. at Stow Silver Stow Class of 1972 Springs Lodge, 5070 Stow Road in Stow. plans 40th reunion For more information, visit the ��The Stow-Munroe Falls High School Class of 1972 will have its website at 40th high school reunion Aug. 31 usa/oh/stow/smfhs/1967 of call Linda Coleman Berthold at 330to Sept. 1 at Roses Run Country 650-1370. Club in Stow.

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Unbelievable Pizza!


Ne Locatw ion


Japanese Restaurant

Pizza • Chicken • Fish • Wings • Subs • Salads

Hibachi-Sushi-Party Rooms

All American Food ®

3156 BAILEY RD. • CUYAHOGA FALLS 330-920-1675

180 W. Streetsboro, Hudson 330-656-0012

For live music & entertainment schedule:

Try a Double or Single Mozza Burger

Tues., Wed. & Thurs. 4pm - 10 pm • Fri. & Sat. 11am - 11pm Sunday Noon - 9pm • Closed Mondays

Just a few doors to the right of our old location!

A&W Drive-In, 35 West Ave., Tallmadge


From famed entrepreneur Rockne Becker

Shot Specials & Happy Hour 4-7pm M-F

Open at 10am

Japanese/Thai/Chinese Menus




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Mexican Restaurant

Featuring RiverCity’s Own


Jarod Kane

1/2 Price Margarita’s Every Monday

Kitchen open until Midnight Fri & Sat.!



Valid any day, not valid with other offers. 1 coupon per order per person. Mixed chicken no substitutions of chicken. Cuyahoga Falls store only. Expires 5/31/12

FIREHOUSE GRILLE & PUB 76 West Ave., Tallmadge • 330-634-9967 WEEKLY SPECIALS


ALL DAY - 8 oz. Sirloin $6.99 ALL DAY - Wings 49¢ 4-9pm All Adult Beverages, 1/2 Price Cocktails & Beer 4pm-Close All Appetizers 1/2 Price ALL DAY - All-U-Can-Eat Beer Battered Fish $7.99 Starting at 4pm - All-U-Can Eat Steak $17.99


Thur. se 9-Clo

$1 Burger Anytime

Yuengling 16oz Anytim e



Erie Station Grille PH: 330.634.9900 FX: 330.634.9901

70 East Avenue Tallmadge, Ohio 44278

Hours: Mon – Thurs 11:00 am – 10:00 pm Fri. & Sat. 11:00 am – Midnight

ROCK THE RAILS AT ERIE STATION GRILLE Live Music begins at 8:00 p.m. Every Saturday 4/21/12 - Silver Creek • 4/28/12 - Larry Alltop 5/5/12 - Uptown Cats • 5/12/12 - Westside Steve 5/19/12 - Silver Creek Daily Lunch and Dinner Specials SEE YOU AT THE ERIE!

Open for breakfast Mon.-Wed. 7am-2 Thurs.-Sat. 7am-9pm

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2457 State Rd. Cuyahoga Falls, OH

$ 99 18 pcs. and 3 large sides 21.


Soup from scratch, sandwiches made from meat cooked on site and sliced fresh. Plus good old-fashioned comfort food-mashed potatoes and gravy, slow roasted pork roast, stuffed peppers and more!

3883 state rd cuyahoga falls (between bath rd and steels corners) 330.923.ROCK (7625)


2621 Bailey Rd., Cuyahoga Falls, OH (across from Acme)

(330) 945-6555 Save $6.00


Open For Lunch - 12 Noon Friday, Saturday & Sunday

Happy Hour Every Day Reservations and Call Ahead Seating Always Available.

Now Taking Reservations for


Call: 330-633-9500

Rico’s Restaurant

1332 Tallmadge Rd. • Brimfield (old 18 & 43) 330-676-1004


10 Dinner Specials Starting at $7.65 Italian • Steaks & Seafood

Open Mother’s Day Lasagna, at 11:30 AM Coconut Tilapia, Patio Open Fettuccini Alfredo, Weather Permitting Great Steaks

Friday All-You-Can-Eat Fish

ENTERTAINMENT Fri 4/27: BE MANN Fri 5/4: Karaoke w/Shawn

Casual Dining at its Finest... Mon- $4 Margarita & Mojito/Pot Roast $10.99 Tues- $4 Long Island Iced Tea/Two for Tuesday (Dine-in only, Select menu) Wed- $4 glass Penfolds Merlot/Spaghetti & Meatballs $9.99 Thurs- $4 Martinis/10 oz. Hand Cut Ribeye Steak $14.99 Fri- $4 Select Drafts/Lake Erie Perch Fish Fry $15.99 Sat- $4 Highball/16 oz. Prime Rib $17.99 Sun- $4 Cosmopolitans/Lobster & Shrimp Pasta $14.99 All Drink Specials valid to 9pm Akron: 3900 Medina Rd., Akron, OH 330-666-7777 Hudson: 80 N. Main St., Hudson, OH 330-650-1955


Zeppe’s Pizzeria & Italian Bistro w w w. z e p p e s b i s t r o . c o m

Book your Try Our special event! Delicious New Fried We cater parties Chicken! of 100-150 guests

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2485 State Rd., Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223 (formerly DiLullo’s)

3031 Graham Rd., Stow


Tuesday-Thursday 4 - 9:30 pm Friday-Saturday 4 - 10:30 pm Closed Sunday & Monday


Mon -Thur 4pm-10pm • Fri & Sat 11am-11pm • Sun 11am-10pm

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Not valid with other offers.

Large Cheese Pizza 8 Pc Chicken Choice of Potatoes $



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Large 12 Slice Pizza with 2 Items & 12 Buffalo Wings $


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Modern Italian Bistro

DAILY SPECIALS • 2 For Tuesday (2 entreés and bottle of wine) $40 • Wednesday Retail Wine Night • Thursday Live Music & Mussels (bar only) 6:30-9:30pm • Friday $5 Martinis

SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2012 PAGE 39


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a few

GUS’ CHALET Since 1974

Serving Mon-Sat 11am-10:30pm

Every Evening Free Appetizers $3 off regular priced

Strip Steak, Men’s Cut Prime Rib Small Filet & Broiled Center Cut Pork Chops

With Every Meal. Gus Toast, Sauerkraut Balls, Bean Salad & Relish Tray

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1313 W. Main St.,



Phone: 330.677.5500 3975 Cascades Blvd. • Brimfield

Kids under 10 eat for FREE w/purchase of kids drink MONDAY Medium Specialty Pizza $9.49 TUESDAY Medium one item Pizza $6.99 THURSDAY $1.00 off any whole or two halves

500 OFF $ 300 OFF $

Across the street from Walmart


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Expires 4/30/12

Large 1-Item pizza, whole grinder & garlic cheese bread for $22.99


Any two whole grinders, large order of banana pepper rings & garlic cheese bread $26.99

330-678-3000 Order Online:

From famed entrepreneur Rockne Becker

Hours: Mon.-Sat 7am-9pm (or later) Sun. 8am-2pm 2437 State Road, Cuyahoga Falls



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(Dine-In Only)

$2 Domestic Beers $3 Well Drinks

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• Choice of Date Night Pizza/Pasta & Salads



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Soup from scratch, sandwiches made from meat cooked on site and sliced fresh. Plus good old-fashioned comfort food-mashed potatoes and gravy, slow roasted pork roast, stuffed peppers and more!

3883 state rd cuyahoga falls (between bath rd and steels corners) 330.923.ROCK (7625)

AST BREAKIFALS SPEC .29 from $3 or tea ffee

includes co

Come as a Customer, leave as a Friend! Grilling out on the patio every Wednesday is SATURDAYS

Steak Night


$ 99 including potato, veg., soup or salad

Celebrating 25 Years of Being Family Owned • 1987-2012



Open for breakfast Mon.-Wed. 7am-2 Thurs.-Sat. 7am-9pm

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00 $1 off any sandwich



BBQ Pulled Pork Dinner

Our Homemade slow roasted succulent pork roast served on corn bread with cole slaw, potato salad and Thursday baked beans and Friday



$ 99

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Made-to-Order for Take Out 2202 Front Street, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221

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3515 Hudson Dr., Suite 700, Stow, OH 44224 (Next to Dollar Tree, across from Wal-Mart)




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67 West Ave. Tallmadge 330-630-2888

Nick Dadich, owner

Did you know our draft of the month is Arrogant Bastard Ale? I guess that means we now have two of them at Delanie’s! (Yes, the wife did this ad).

Good times. Great food. Best view.

Start thinking

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Under New Ownership

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Making a difference in the lives that follow.

A message from the volunteer chair D

URING LIFEíS STRUGGLES, WE are often reminded that more must be done to continue positive, humane acts of kindness and to sustain programs for personal enrichment. LEAVE A LEGACY is a public awareness campaign designed to inspire people just like you to make a charitable bequest. All types of nonprofit groups, including social service and arts organizations, churches, hospitals and educational institutions participate in LEAVE A LEGACY. These partners help promote the message that people from all walks of life can ì make a difference in the lives that followî through a charitable bequest. This May we will once again be celebrating

ì Write a Willî month, and many of our partners will be participating in collective efforts to encourage more people to get their wills in order. There are many reasons why you should draft a will, including: ��You can ensure that your assets go to the beneficiaries you desire rather than depending on a court to decide for you. ��The existence of a will speeds up the process considerably, allowing your beneficiaries to get the assets sooner. �� The existence of a will reduces the chance of family disputes over property. In addition to specifying who you want your assets to go to, you can also let your beneficiaries know how you would like for them to use

those assets. ��You can also use a will to designate who will be the guardian of your minor children rather than depending on a court to decide for you. ��You can include provisions for heirs with special needs. Of course, you can meet your philanthropic goals through your will as well. This May, please take the steps necessary to get your affairs in order. The best place to start ñWrite a Will. Many of the articles that follow will show you just why that is important and what the impact can be.

Need a will?

��Akron General Health System, May 11

Come to ëWrite A Willí Month

You canít take it with you but you can leave this world knowing your wishes will be followed ñ if you have a valid will. Local nonprofit agencies, under their partnership with LEAVE A LEGACYÆ Summit/Portage/Medina, will participate in a ì Write A Willî month. Organizations throughout Summit and Portage have committed to offering a service to the community. Since 2003 over 70

Best wishes, Steven P. Bossart, MNO, CFRE Volunteer Chair

attorneys have written 1,300 free simple wills for interested individuals whose assets are less than $338,333 including home, cars, insurance etc. Part of the mission of LEAVE A LEGACYÆ 75 partners is to encourage individuals, regardless of financial position, to leave something to the charities that have made a difference in their lifetime and to help secure a future for these charities.

Akron General Conference Center, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Employees & Volunteers ��Victim Assistance Program, May 16 150 Furnace St., Akron, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Contact: Shelley Koch, 330-376-0040 ��Family & Community Services, May 16 70 S. Oakwood St., Ravenna, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Contact: Bonnie Wilson, 330-297-7027, ext. 371 ��Holy Family Parish, May 22 3450 Sycamore Dr. Stow Contact: Sue Figler 330-688-6412, ext. 213

Make a Difference in the Lives That Follow LEAVE A LEGACY® Summit/Portage/Medina is a partnership of charitable organizations, professional advisors and corporations interested in promoting the message that all people can make a difference by leaving a charitable legacy through a will, trust or by other means. Thanks to all our partners, sponsors, and volunteers for their efforts in bringing LEAVE A LEGACY® to these communities.

For more information contact Marlene Dunford, Hotline: 330-633-6995


Family and Community Services, Inc. PARTNERS 2012 Girl Scouts of Northeast Ohio Akron Area YMCA Goodwill Industries, Inc. Akron Art Museum Great Trail Council, Boy Scouts Akron-Canton Regional FoodBank of America Akron Children’s Hospital Greater Akron-Canton Area Agency Akron Civic Theatre on Aging Foundation Akron Community Foundation Habitat for Humanity Portage County Akron General Hospital Foundation Habitat for Humanity Summit County Akron Rotary Camp Hattie Larlham Akron Zoological Park Holy Family Parish Alzheimer’s Association Hospice of Medina County American Red Cross Medina County Hudson Community Foundation Archbishop Hoban High School Jewish Community Board of Akron Battered Women’s Shelter BVU-the Center for Nonprofit Excellence Kent State University Kidney Foundation of Medina County Cascade Locks Park Association Loyola Retreat House, Inc. Catholic Community Foundation Medina County Community Fund Coleman Foundation Medina Creative Housing Community Legal Aid Services Medina General Hospital Community Support Services, Inc. Mobile Meals Foundation

Pawsibilities, The Humane Society of Greater Akron Peninsula Library Foundation Portage Animal Protective League Portage Private Industry Council, Inc. Robinson Memorial Hospital Foundation Rockynol/OPRS Foundation Royal Family Kids’Camp – Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary High School SHC/the Arc of Medina County Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens Stewart’s Caring Place The Salvation Army Summit County Area Services Tuesday Musical United Way of Medina County United Way of Summit County Victim Assistance Program Walsh Jesuit High School Weathervane Playhouse Western Reserve Public Media

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Gifting techniques for individuals Gifting assets to family members during your lifetime can be a rewarding and tax efficient alternative to transferring assets as part of oneís estate at death. Gifts can be made outright to beneficiaries, or gifts can be made in trust if the donor wishes to place some restrictions on a beneficiaryís use or enjoyment of the transferred property, while also protecting the trust assets from the beneficiaryís creditors or predators. Gifts can be made of cash, securities, closely-held business interests, real estate, art works, collectibles, or any other type of property.


The annual gift tax exclusion, which is currently $13,000 per year, allows donors to make gifts each year without incurring any gift tax. As long as the total amount of all gifts to any individual does not exceed $13,000 in any calendar year, there is no filing requirement with the Internal Revenue Service. Gifts exceeding $13,000 to any individual in

a calendar year must be reported on a U.S. Gift Tax Return. The annual gift tax exclusion is indexed for inflation in $1,000 increments.


Married couples may each gift $13,000, or a combined $26,000, to any number of recipients. If one spouse makes a gift of more than $13,000 to a recipient in a calendar year, the other spouse may consent to ì splitî all gifts made by the couple for that calendar year. A U.S. Gift Tax Return must be filed to signify that the consenting spouse has agreed to split all gifts for that calendar year. Article provided by Robert W. Baird & Co. for Kim Haws Falasco, Senior Vice President, Financial Advisor at the Akron office of Robert W. Baird & Co., member SIPC. Haws Falasco has 20 years of financial services industry experience, and can be reached at 330-664-5500 or 877-792-7868. This information is not provided as legal advice but for information purposes only.


The reasons everyone should have a will by BILL KIMBALL

SELECTING AN ADVISOR Professionals who can help you include: ��Attorneys ��CPA ��Financial Planners ��Private Client Advisors ��Trust Officers

TIPS ON SELECTING AN ADVISOR ��Start with people who have advised you in the past. ��Talk to family and friends. ��Ask people you respect. ��Contact your local

Bar Association. ��Ask your favorite nonprofit. ��Contact LEAVE A LEGACYÆ

QUESTIONS TO ASK: �� How many wills or trusts have you prepared in the last five years? ��How much do you charge?


Write A Will Day

How will you be remembered? What will be your legacy? Family & Community Services wants to help you take the first step. Local Attorney’s John Flynn, Richard Lombardi and Tom Bird will be available Wednesday May16 from 9 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. to write free simple wills for those individuals whose assets are less than $338,333. If you need a will, please call 330-297-7027 x371 for an appointment at our office located at 705 Oakwood Street in Ravenna. Family & Community Services is a private, nonprofit 501 (c) 3 organization.

�� If I have later questions, will there be an additional charge? ��What percent of your practice

is estate planning? �� Do you belong to a local estate planning council or other estate planning group?

Perhaps you have heard the trick question: How many people die without a will? Before you begin to search in your mind the statistics, the answer is easy ó everyone does. The real question you should be answering is who, not if. In other words, who would you like to make the decisions about your medical attention at the end of life, who would you prefer to distribute your assets to whom? If you donít make those decisions before you die (your will), the state of Ohio has a system (probate) to do it for you. Please, one of the most loving things you can do to those who survive you is to give them the peace of mind that whatever happens to you, they know you have prepared a will to help them with some difficult decisions when you are gone. Take your time and get good advice. It is not easy to do, but it is very easy to procrastinate! Make the decision and chart a course. Give yourself some time to think over the decisions and talk to family, friends, and professionals to be sure it finally represents your intentions. And when you do, please consider a charitable bequest. You may be surprised how much joy you may experience in doing so. And, if you let the charity know, you will most likely become part of the organizationsí Legacy group, which often adds to the joy of giving a planned gift. About the author: Bill Kimball is Founder and Principal of Kimball Consulting, a firm that specializes in planned giving and nonprofit capacity building fundraising.

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We spend a great deal of time preparing to pass down our property and wealth to our loved ones. We often overlook how our day to day lives are impacting those around us. Our most valuable asset is our faith. A faith worth passing on is based on biblical truth. A faith that is founded upon a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. A Legacy is modeled in our daily living. Do you live your life investing time in ways that bring glory to God? For example: Time spent reading, studying and pondering God’s word. There you will find THEE answers. Time spent in prayer, communicating with God. Who else knows you better than he? Who else loves you so, and unconditionally! Time spent earning a living, not only for ourselves, but to give to those in need. We are all “those in need” at one time or another, in one way or another.

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Time spent fulfilling God’s individual purpose and plan for your life. Why are you here? What has God purposed for you? Are you utilizing your God given talents? Time spent in worship, gratefully thanking the Lord for all of His blessings.

WE ARE SO BLESSED! Does your lifestyle reflect CHRIST? Will you choose to LEAVE A GODLY LEGACY?

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Ideas to put in place that donít need an attorney

This may sound like a strange piece to be written by an attorney ó especially an attorney who makes a good part of his living preparing Wills, trusts and other estate planning documents. But as someone dedicated to encouraging planned giving, I am interested in making it as easy as possible for donors to make gifts at death to their favorite charities. While multi-million dollar gifts are wonderful, many small (and not so small) charitable organizations owe their survival to the $5,000 and $10,000 gifts they receive from ordinary people when those folks die. Here are a few very simple ways that you can help your favorite charity at your death. Most of these require little or no involvement from your lawyer: ��Transfer on Death Automobile Title. Go to the Auto Title Bureau and ask them to re-issue your auto title with a Transfer on Death (ì TODî ) endorsement in favor of your favorite charity. This will not affect your current ownership of the vehicle. The only result of this change is that the automobile will pass to the charity when you die, in a manner that is simpler and much less expensive than if you were to leave the vehicle to the charity in your Will. �� Payable on Death Bank Account Designation. Go to your bank and ask them to put a notation on your bank account (or certificate of deposit) designating that it is to be payable on death (ì PODî ) to your favorite charity at your death. As with the TOD auto title, there is no change in your ownership, control or benefit from this account when you are alive. The POD designation operates only when you have died and it causes whatever funds are in that account to pass to the charity

at your death. �� Transfer on Death Real Estate Affidavit. The law permits you to record an affidavit providing that real estate owned by you will pass at your death to your favorite charity. You do not need to prepare or record a new Deed. All you need to do is to have a Transfer on Death Affidavit prepared, and to have it filed with the Recorderís Office in the county where you own the real estate. This is not a complex document, but you may benefit from hiring an attorney for purposes of preparing the Affidavit and getting it recorded. ��Transfer on Death Brokerage or Investment Account. By placing a ì TODî designation on your brokerage or investment account, you can cause that account to be paid over to one or more charities at your death. It is not necessary for the TOD designation to transfer all of the account solely to charity. You can designate a certain percentage of the account to pass in that fashion. To set up the TOD endorsement, contact your investment advisor and provide the instructions regarding the change. ��Insurance Beneficiary Designation. You can name one or more charities as the beneficiary or beneficiaries of part or all of the death benefit payable under an insurance policy. For example, letís say you would like 10 percent of your $100,000 life insurance policy to be paid to your favorite charity. To do this, all you need to do is obtain a change of beneficiary form from your insurance company. Designate the percentage that you would like to have go to that charity, as well as the percentages that you would like to go to other beneficiaries (who may or may not be chari-

ties). ��Designate One or More Charities as a Beneficiary or Beneficiaries of part of all of your Qualified Retirement Plan or your IRA. Normally the assets held in an IRA or retirement plan will be subject to both income tax and estate taxes, but if you name one or more charities as a beneficiary or beneficiaries of a percentage of your plan (or all of it), the portion that will pass to the charity or charities as a result of being a beneficiary of your qualified retirement plan or your IRA will pass free of income or estate taxes. This is the only way that you can transfer 100 cents of every dollar in a retirement plan without paying tax. There are other ways to assist your favorite charity or charities that require more greater legal assistance. You can make a specific bequest to the organization in your Will, naming Your favorite charity to receive either a fixed sum of money or some percentage of your estate. Your attorney will be happy to assist you with that process. Or, you can create a special purpose trust for the benefit of your favorite charity. This trust can take

the form of a charitable remainder trust, or a charitable lead trust. The one that will work best for you will depend on your own estate planning needs (such as the need for liquidity and current income or the need to reduce the estate tax cost of transferring assets to children and grandchildren). If receiving an income stream is important to you, you may be able to set up a charitable gift annuity for the benefit of your favorite charity. When such an annuity is established, you will receive a fixed sum for the rest of your life, and the remainder will pass at your death to your favorite charity. In these days of limited financial returns on bank accounts and certificates of deposit, the cash flow associated with a charitable gift annuity can be very attractive. © 2012, Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, LLP Submitted by Patrick J. Weschler Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, LLP 3800 Embassy Parkway, Suite 300, Akron, 44333 330-258-6410 PWeschler@

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and Heini’s Cheese Chalet. A stop at an Amish restaurant for lunch FROM PAGE 34 is not included in the price. The cost is $30 per person, and resHaven Blvd. (at the corner of 17th ervations are required by calling the church by April 29. Street). Worship services are For more information, call the Sunday at 10:15 a.m. For more church office at 330-928-8885. information, call 330-923-8021 or visit Broadman Baptist

ing these services for children up to 3 years of age. Wednesday rehearsals: 6:30 p.m., Hand Chimes; 7:30 p.m., choir. On the last Friday of each month is the Community Spaghetti Dinner from 4:30 to 7 p.m. The dinner includes all-you-caneat spaghetti with meat sauce, beverage, salad bar, bread and Northminster Church butter, and a choice of assorted � Broadman Baptist Church is Presbyterian Church desserts. Adults are $7, children located at 350 E. Bath Road. Con- ages 4 to 10 are $4, and children � Northminster Presbyterian tact the church at 330-923-6127. under 4 are free. Church, located at 104 W. PorThe church’s worship schedule tage Trail Ext. in Cuyahoga Falls, Visit the website at www.baiis as follows. Child care is availworships each Sunday The able: ing at 10:30 a.m. with the Rev. church is located at 3200 W. BaiOn Sundays, 9 a.m. - FellowStephanie Crossland. Crossland’s ley Road. For details, call 330ship Gathering; 9:30 a.m., Prayer 929-2527. worship theme on April 22 is “In and Communion Service; 9:45 a Little While … Refinement.” The Church in Silver Intern Francie Fischer will be in a.m., Life Impact classes for all the pulpit April 29. The Adult Sun- ages, and 11 a.m., service. Lake A Ladies’ Book Club meets day School Class meets at 9:15 � The Church in Silver Lake, a April 28 at 7 p.m. a.m. and the children in grades United Church of Christ has wor1 through 5 (The Shining Stars Bring A Neighbor Day – ship at 10:30 a.m. on Sundays Class), meet during the worB.A.N.D. Sunday will take place in the sanctuary with coffee and ship service, following “A MoApril 29. Worship with Martha’s light refreshments following. Mistake ment with God’s Children.” The Sunday school and nursery care “Teens” will meet April 22, at Collegiate Fellowship will take is provided at the 10:30 service. 10:30 a.m. in their HQ Room for place April 29 at 7 p.m. The hot meal to the commua spring cleaning of their meetnity, “Lunch On Us,” is served the Bailey Road Christian ing room, as well as a “Spiritual first Saturday of each month at Spring Cleaning.” Refreshments Church 11:30 a.m. will be provided. � The church has returned to its The Church in Silver Lake is regular hours. Sunday hours are: A one-day bus trip is being located at 2951 Kent Road, Sil9:30 a.m., Sunday School for all planned to visit Amish country ver Lake. ages; 10:45 a.m., worship serMay 19. The bus will leave the Call 330-928-2991 or e-mail church at 8 a.m. and return about vice; 7 p.m., praise service. On churchinsilverlake@sbcglobal. 6 p.m. Some of the stops include Sundays at 7 p.m. is a Contemporary Praise Service. net or visit the web site at www. the Behalt museum, shops in downtown Berlin, the flea market, Nursery care is provided dur-



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Plenty of spring time activities happening in the village of Silver Lake “What is so rare as a day in June?”— a June day that we are gifted with in March or April! Last Sunday was one of those days. Gorgeous, glorious, magnificent, smelling of lilacs and apple blossoms and fresh cut grass — there just aren’t enough superlatives to describe the perfect early spring day. Steve and I rode our bikes through the village and took the bike trail to Kent and back. Along the way we saw friends and neighbors out working in their yards, biking, walking, fishermen in boats, a volleyball game at Silver Lake, kids on the playground and running on the beach, the tennis courts and basketball courts behind Village Hall were in use, and the youngest youth baseball team I have ever seen hard at practice on the ball field, picnickers in the shel-

ter, kids exploring the river bank. It was a great day and Silver Lake was alive with activity! George Fretz is calling all bikers interested in a long distance biking experience. George and his wife Margot have organized a Pilgrim Trail Ride. The idea sprang from The Pilgrim Trail hiking pilgrimages in Spain and France. George, an avid cyclist, thought a uniquely American version would be a bike ride that would start at the Chautauqua at Lakeside, and travel to the Mother Chautauqua at Lake Chautauqua in Jamestown, N.Y. The first Chautauqua was organized by a Methodist minister, John Vincent, and businessman Lewis Miller on the shores of Lake Chautauqua. Very popular in the late 19th and early 20th century, the Chautauqua be-


group’s first meeting in January, said municipalities need to learn to share as resources from the state and federal governments decline. “It doesn’t look like it’s going to get any better at the state and federal level,” he said. “Service department equipment is very expensive. Anything we can do to help each other out is good. It’s important that we, as a group, stay together and work together.” Roberts said a study of Lake County resource sharing by the auditor of state indicates a savings of 40 percent on equipment is possible if municipalities share resources. “If we can save 40 percent

came a summer retreat for families that was built on the four pillars of art, education, religion and recreation. While the movement was founded by Methodists, non-denominationalism was a Chautauqua principle from the beginning. The Chautauqua communities at Lakeside and in Jamestown have stood the test of time and are thriving to this day. The ride, scheduled as a five-day event, and covering 220 miles, will leave Lakeside with a community send-off Friday morning, June 22, and will arrive in

Jamestown on the evening of June 26. Along the route George and Margot have arranged for overnight stays at four Methodist churches in Amherst, Chesterland, Ashtabula and Union City, Pa. While most of the ride will be on secondary roads, George says a highlight will be riding the trails of “The Emerald Necklace” which is the Cleveland Metro Parks trail system where they will start at Mill Run and travel through Brecksville, Bedford and Chagrin. There will be a “chase vehicle” which will carry supplies and be available for those riders who need a break from the 45 mile day trips. Joining George and Margot’s group will be The Peddling Parsons, a group of Methodist clergy and lay people from North Canton led by Rev. Don Richards of Grace United Method-

ist Church. “The Parsons” will be riding as a fundraiser to support a mission in Liberia. The cost of traveling on The Pilgrim Trail Ride will be a nominal fee to cover the cost of the support van and voluntary contributions to the host churches. If interested call George Fretz at 330-688-3037. Priscilla Drach passed along news of Dottie Hecky and her son Steve. Dottie, who grew up in the village, will soon celebrate her 90th birthday. She now lives in Kentucky to be near her son. The Rev. Steve Hecky is pastor of St. John’s United Church of Christ in Newport, Ky. He has recently received the high honor of being granted the Honorary Doctor of Divinity degree by Edan Theological Seminary in St. Louis. Congratulations to the Hecky family!

and still maintain the same “It’s a tough sell. There’s no level of service, that’s a sub- two ways about it.” Drew suggested mayors stantial savings,” he said. visit other municipalities’ A change of paradigm council meetings to familSeveral mayors at the iarize legislators with leadmeeting said the biggest ers of some of the other challenge to enacting a sys- communities involved. tem of sharing equipment “The relationships among and eventually personnel in the mayors in Summit and emergency situations will Portage counties is unbebe convincing employees lievable,” she said, explainand City Council members ing they’re comfortable of the need to change the working and talking togethway the city operates. er. “It’s really easy to use the “City Council people inventory; it will be a useful don’t have that opportunitool,” said Engelhart. “It’s ty, so they’re not as coma matter of mindset to get fortable. Maybe we need to thinking the other way.” take ourselves to them. If Broska said convinc- we start marketing what ing City Council members we’re doing as a concertand union leaders to alter ed effort, maybe that would the way cities do business help a little.” would be difficult but doMantua Village Mayor able. Linda Clark said she’s wor“We can work the stuff out ried smaller communities with manpower or whatev- would be in the position of er the case may be,” he said. borrowing resources more

often than sharing resources. “We would not have as much to bring to the plate as the cities,” she said. “We would always be in the position of asking, and that’s not fair in my mind.” When it comes to purchasing equipment, Roberts said townships could contribute less toward purchases than cities, since they would typically use items less. Broska said municipalities all have strengths and weaknesses when it comes to equipment and services and that costs “would all come out in the wash.” Some of those imbalances exist now in the realm of safety services. For example, Broska said communities rely heavily on the Kent Fire Department for mutual aid because of

the excellent service it provides. Drew and Engelhart suggested creating an opt-in plan so communities willing to work through the sticky details of a partnership would begin realizing the benefits and other communities can opt into the regional partnership as they become comfortable with it. Broska said he’d rather see all the municipalities stay involved. “We should have confidence that we’ll be able to have something that’s amenable to everybody,” he said. The next meeting is tentatively scheduled for July 19 in Twinsburg. The meeting may feature an outside speaker on fracking.

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Whiskey Painters celebrate 50 years by APRIL HELMS SPECIAL PRODUCTS EDITOR When one conjures images of art, itís easy to picture large, wall-sized paintings that dominate a room. However, as the Whiskey Painters of America show, good things ó and good art ó also can come in small packages.

Members of The Whiskey Painters of America have more than 130 pieces on display at the Cuyahoga Valley Art Center, which can be seen through May 4. Whiskey Paintings are watercolors no larger than 4 inches by 6 inches ó although there are several which are smaller, includ-

ing some about the size of a postage stamp. And yes, whiskey ó or other handy spirits ó really is used in these watercolor paintings. This is its 30th show at the art center. The Whiskey Painters of America, which got its start in Akron, celeSEE PAINT, PAGE 47

Artists needed for new Rhythm & Brews

��Solon Center for the Arts announced a call for artists for a new community event, Rhythm & Brews, which will be July 21 from 1 to 6 p.m. There are a limited number of spaces available and all artwork is subject to approval. The registration deadline for entries is April 30. There is a $50 registration fee). Applicants must be 21 and older. All art sales will be handled by the exhibitor. Exhibitor information can be downloaded at For details, call Maria Klein, SCAís art department coordinator at 440-337-1401.

Artists needed for The River

��The Peninsula Art Academy is seeking artists for The River, an exhibition of original works by artists working in all media, including two- and three-dimensional works, highlighting the role the Cuyahoga River plays in their everyday lives. The show and sale runs May 19 through June 23. There will be a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. May 19. More information can be obtained at

The Strange Familiar releases new album

��The Strange Familiar will celebrate the release of their debut full-length album, Chasing Shadows, with their hometown April 27 at Musica in Akron. The concert will start at 9:30 p.m., with doors opening at 7:30 p.m. Musica is at 51 E. Market St. in downtown Akron. For details, visit or

Theater brings touch of Greek to library

��The Aquila Theater company will perform at the Twinsburg Public Library April 26 at 7 p.m. SEE BRIEFS, PAGE 48


Stan Hywet Hall has brought back its Touch-It stations this year. These offer manor house patrons to handle certain display items.

Butterflies, beautiful things grace Stan Hywet PHOTO COURTESY OF THE BALLET THEATRE OF OHIO

The town flirt kisses Franz, much to Swanildaís displeasure, in this scene from ì Coppelia,î taken from a previous production.

CHARMING ‘COPPELIA’ Ballet Theatre of Ohio brings classic story to Akron Civic



N ECCENTRIC TOYMAKER, animated dolls, a feisty heroine and her dim but likable beau make up the story of ì Coppelia,î which will be performed by the Ballet Theatre of Ohio May 5 and 6 at the Akron Civic Theatre. Audiences should love the story of ì Coppelia,î said Carmen Cannan, ballet mistress ó once people here it. ì Everyone knows ëCinderellaí and ëSleeping Beauty,íî Cannan said. ì You have to explain ëCoppelia,í but once you do everyone lights up. Itís a very lighthearted ballet.î The plot is a little more complicated, said Christine Meneer, artistic director. The story, Meneer said, is set in a German village. Swanilda and her fiancÈ argue after she sees him admiring another girl he has seen from the balcony of dollmaker Dr. Coppeliusí workshop. What they donít know is this ì girlî Coppelia is actually one of Dr. Coppeliusí animated dolls. ì Everyone mistakes her for a real person,î Meneer said. ì Franz falls in love with her.î Later in the story, Swanilda and her four friends manage to sneak into the doctorís toy shop after Dr. Coppelius loses his key, with Swanilda determined to confront this strange, silent ì girlî who seems to have stolen her sweetheartís affections. The heroine of the story, Swanilda, is performed by Sarah Ruesch, 17, from Tallmadge. The role of Franz will be


Damian Highfield is Franz and Sarah Ruesch is Swanilda in Ballet Theatre of Ohioís 2012 production of ì Coppelia.î The ballet will be staged May 5 and 6 at the Akron Civic Theatre.

danced by Damien Highfield, courtesy of Groundworks Dance Theatre in Akron and Brian Murphy, courtesy of Verbs Ballet in Akron, will perform the role of Dr. Coppelius. Swanildaís friends will be danced by Courtney Cleminshaw of HudSEE BALLET, PAGE 47

by APRIL HELMS SPECIAL PRODUCTS EDITOR Beauty is the buzzword this year at Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens, with its theme ì The Art of Living Beautifully.î The historic manor home, the former dwelling of Frank A. Seiberling, officially reopened to the public for its 2012 season April 1. Last yearís theme highlighted Seiberlingís contribution to industry, sad Gailmarie K. Fort, vice president of outreach and communications. This year, the focus is more on his wife Gertrude Seiberling. ì We are very excited about this season,î said Fort. Gertrude Seiberling was ì very active as an Akron arts patron,î said Linda Conrad, president and executive director at Stan Hywet. One of the displays includes ì Finer Things: Jewelry and Accessories from the 1880s-1930,î which can be seen at the manor house. Throughout, jewelry and accessories from different time periods, can be seen as well as dresses from various eras and other accessories. Starting May 1, guests at Stan Hywet can stop at the Corbin Conservatory to see ì Citrus Garden, Luxury of the Day.î This will be seen through Oct. 28. Citrus fruit, Fort said, was a true luxury in the early 1900s. SEE BEAUTY, PAGE 48



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Local artists highlighted in spring Avant-Garde art show The annual North East Ohio Spring Avant-Garde Art & Craft show will be at Wagnerís Country Inn at 30855 Center Ridge Road in Westlake on April 29 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission and parking is free for the public. The show line, which has been around since June of 2011, showcases North East Ohioís most talented artists and crafters. The upcoming spring show on April 29 at Wagnerís Country Inn, will feature more than 135 artists and crafters selling ready-made as

well as customizable items to the public. Art shows such as the Avant-Garde Art & Craft Show involve customers in the design process. Not only do customers receive handmade quality items from vendors, but many can select custom elements such as: color, size, monogramming, theme etc. when it comes to their purchases. ì The great thing about these shows is that it allows the consumer to feel like they are involved and putting their own per-

sonal touch on the items. Whether itís for themselves or a family member,î said Becki Cooper, founder of the Avant-Garde Art & Craft Shows. ì People always want to showcase their creativity, and if they can be involved in the design process, it makes the item feel more special for both the recipient and/or the customer.î Local artists who will be participating include Darcy Angell of Mystic Minerals in Macedonia (; Kat Glazewski of Katís

Jewelry Design in Stow ( katjewelrydesign); and Rita Spear, Everlasting Elegance Jewelry Design in Munroe Falls (http://www. With an increased interest in supporting local businesses and shopping local, the Avant-Garde Art & Craft Shows also allows customers the ability to support their local community on different levels. For instance, all vendors are handmade artists and crafters that are local, and a portion of all proceeds is

donated to a local North East Ohio charity. With their being four shows each year, four different charities are supported in the area, and new vendors are being showcased as the show grows in popularity. Examples of items that are available for custom ordering at the shows include: engraved and beaded jewelry, wall art decor, pillows, purses and bags, clothing, letter photography, memory quilts and more. This is in addition to thousands of pre-made items available for sale.


Mika Takahashi and Damian Highfield rehearse a scene from ì Coppelia.î This photo was taken at a recent rehearsal. RPC PHOTOS / APRIL K. HELMS

Tony Cross, above, stands near his Whiskey paintings, on display at the Cuyahoga Valley Art Center. Below, this painting was created by Tom Jones.



brates its golden anniversary this year, according to information provided by the art center. Membership to the Whiskey Painters is limited to 150 members, and is by invitation only, said Cuyahoga Falls resident Tony Cross, past president of the group and the only surviving founding member left. ì It started out with 14 of us,î Cross, 85, said. ìJoe Ferriot started the group. Joe owned a company that made plastics. He traveled a lot so he made a pocket palette out of an aspirin box and made a brush that screwed together.î Ferriot and the others who initially formed the Whiskey Painters were all members of the Akron Society of Artists, Cross said. ì They are all just a fantastic group of people,î Cross said. ì We all like the same things. Sometimes some of us to get together at a bar and paint. Itís the camaraderie.î


Sometimes outdoor painting has led to interesting confrontations. Tallmadge resident Tom Jones said he was painting a scene on the Outer Banks in Cape Hatteras. The painting, which can be seen at the art center, included a dune cedar and a small blue farmhouse in the background. As he was painting, Jones said he saw a man come out of the house, shotgun in hand, and started to approach him. ì When he came near, I apologized and asked if I was trespassing, and I explained who I was,î Jones

said. Turned out Jones hadnít been trespassing, but the man had told him that heíd had trouble with people tearing up the nearby property, Jones said. The Cuyahoga Valley Art Center is at 2131 Front St. on the Cuyahoga Falls Mall. CVAC is open weekdays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For details call CVAC at 330-928-8092 or visit For details on the Whiskey Painters, visit E-mail:

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son, Amy Ott of Stow, Angela Trivelli of Kent and Abigail Wilhite of Tallmadge. Highfield described his character as ì carefree and very whimsical,î although Franz also isnít very smart. ì Iíve done three or four versions of this,î Highfield said. ì But I like this one the best.î Ruesch said the role of Swanilda was ì a lot more work than any other role Iíve had.î ì Thereís a lot more acting, too,î she said. ì But itís so much fun. The friendís dance is my favorite.î


Ballet Theatre of Ohio invites each child who attends a performance of Coppelia to visit Dr. Coppeliusí workshop in the upper salon at the top of the Grande Staircase in the stunning Akron Civic Theatre. Upon arrival at the the-

ater, every child will receive a special key which grants them access to the magical world of the toymaker Dr. Coppelius. Children will be delighted to interact with the charming ì mechanical dollsî and receive a small treasure from each doll.


BTO will present three performances of Coppelia: May 5 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.; and May 6 at 2 p.m. Ticket prices are $40, $28, and $18 with a 25 percent discount available by calling BTO at 330-688-6065. Visit BTOís website Funding for this season is received from The Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation, Akron Community Foundation, OMNOVA Solutions Foundation and Target. E-mail: Phone: 330-688-0088 ext. 3153

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A main attraction for this year will be the return of Stan Hywetís butterfly display, Conrad said. ì I think that will appeal to families of all ages,î Conrad said. The butterflies can be seen from late June to early September. Ginny Black, a volunteer with Stan Hywet for 26 years, said the exhibit was ì outstanding.î ì It was interesting to watch the exhibit go through the years,î she said.


Stan Hywet is open Tuesdays through Sundays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Stan Hywet is closed Mondays, except on Memorial Day and Labor Day, when the regular hours are in effect. Stan Hywet is at 714 N. Portage Path in Akron. For details, call 330-8365533 or visit online. E-mail: Phone: 330-688-0088 ext. 3153


The New York City-based troupe will present a staged reading of scenes from Greek Drama, including selections from Homerís Odyssey, Aeschylusís Agamemnon, Sophoclesís Ajax and Euripidesís Herakles. The performance will be followed by a Town Hall style discussion with Ohio State University classics professor Tom Hawkins. The program is free. Aquila actors will also have a ì maskî workshop on staging classical plays at 6 p.m. for a limited number of adults at no charge. There are a few participant openings available. Registration is required for the acting workshop and requested for the staged reading. Call 330-4254268, ext. 2 for details. For details, visit


Above, the rotunda leading to the music room was decorated with several floral arrangements that were created for Stan Hywetís Inspiration in Bloom, which was on display April 13 to 15. Above right, Gertrude Seiberlingís wedding dress is one of the items on display, as are several examples of jewelry, such as the arts and crafts era pieces pictured right.

performs short-form scenic improvisation in the style of Drew Careyís ì Whose Line Is It Anywayî and ì Improv-a-Ganza.î Content is suitable for audiences ages 13 and up. They perform two Saturdays per month at Quirk Cultural Center, at 1201 Grant Ave. For details, visit or pnrimprov.

Cuyahoga Falls Library hosts ëAn Evening with Charles Dickensí

��The Cuyahoga Falls Library is commemorating the 200th anniversary of Charles Dickensí birth with An Evening With Charles Dickens on April 24 at 7 p.m., by Largely Literary Theater Company artistic director and co-founder Mark Dawidziak. The free program will feature performance readings from some of the writerís best-known works. Dawidziak has been playing Dickens for more than 10 years, PNR schedules about the same number of years auditions he has been a member of the Cleveland chapter of the Interna��Cuyahoga Falls-based imtional Dickens Fellowship. provisational comedy troupe Point of No Return Improv will Dawidziak portrays Dickens in have open auditions May 2, at full costume, using a replica of 6:30 p.m. in Quirk Cultural Cen- the famous reading desk the beterís Newell Theatre. loved British author used when No experience with improvi- giving his public readings. Tuessation or comedy is required to day nightís selections include exbe considered for membership cerpts from ì Dombey and Son,î ì A Christmas Carolî and ì A Tale in Point of No Return Improv. of Two Cities,î as well as a fun Prospective players must be story called ì Captain Murderer.î available to rehearse Wednesday evenings between 6:30 and After the performance, which 8:30 p.m. High school students runs about an hour, Dawidziak ages 14 and up and those with will take questions about Dickmusical abilities are especially ensí life and career. For dewelcome. tails, call 330-928-2117 or visit The Point of No Return Improv

Cuyahoga Falls Library is at 2015 Third St.

terthwaite and Minnesotaís Deborah Bushinski.

Hudson artist highlighted at Gallery 732

Jazz, silver screen theme of Sweet Melodies 2012

��Members of Akron Womanís City Club gallery board will feature Hudson artist Katrina Radwalski to Gallery 732 from April 28 through May 25. A reception is scheduled for Radwalski May 3 from 5 to 7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Akron Womanís City Club Gallery 732, at 732 West Exchange St. in Akron, is free and open to the public during the clubís regularly scheduled hours, Tuesday through Saturday, and some Sundays during brunch. For details, call 330-762-6261 or visit

Spring Show features Hudson artist

��Abstract painter Nancy Seibert of Hudson will be the special guest artist highlighting the Annual Spring Show at Don Drumm Studios & Gallery April 28 through May 26. The public is invited to an opening celebration April 28 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The artist will be greeting visitors to the gallery from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. that day. Don Drumm Studios & Gallery is at 437 Crouse St. The Spring Show also features ceramics by Utah artist Johnny Hughes, free-standing glass sculpture by Illinois artist Charlotte Behrens and seasonal jewelry by Michiganís Robin Sat-

��Sweet Melodies 2012, sponsored by Childrenís Concert Society, is an evening of movie themed prizes, jazz, great food, and costume awards. Celebrate Cinema & Its Stars will be at Fairlawn Country Club April 28, beginning at 6:30 p.m. The evening will feature a concert by the 2011 ArtsAlive! Winner, Josh Rzepka & Friends, featuring vocalist Evelyn Wright. Strolling musician, Steve Ostrow, will serenade diners during the fabulous dinner. Movie star cos-

tumes are certainly appropriate or dress casually elegant. For ticket information, contact Pat Lehnhart at 330-972-2504. Tickets may be purchased for $75 per individual or $100 for a patron ticket which includes a gift.

WAL spring show in Peninsula

��The Womenís Art League of Akron will have its Spring Show 2012 at the Seiberling Gallery at Hines Hill Center, 1403 W. Hines Hill Road in Peninsula. The exhibition will be open to the public April 30 through June 15. There will be an artistsí reception May 4, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Call 330-657-2909 for details.



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Where to GO! in





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ï Quinn Patterson, Funny Stop Comedy Club, Cuyahoga Falls, through May 10 ï ì Weird Alî Yankovic, Akron Civic Theatre, 7:30 p.m.







ï The Elizabeth Stuart Church Choir Festival, The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, Cleveland, also May 11 ï The Adventures of Tintin, Akron main library, 6:30 p.m. ï David Lindley, The Kent Stage, 8 p.m.



ï RiverFall, Cuyahoga Falls Library, 6:30 p.m. ï Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, Twinsburg Library, 6:15 p.m.

ï Yanni, Playhouse Square, ï Cowboy Bill, Funny Stop ï Colin Hay, The Kent Stage, 8 p.m. Comedy Club, Cuyahoga Falls, 8 p.m. ï Rear Window, Akron main lithrough May 19 brary, 6:30 p.m.





ï Cuyahoga Falls Community Chorus, Cuyahoga Falls Library, 7 p.m.


3 ï The Cleveland Orchestra, the music of Mozart, through May 5 ï A Night to Remember, Akron main library, 6:30 p.m.

ï On the Waterfront, Tallmadge Library, 6:30 p.m. ï War Horse, Twinsburg Library, 6:15 p.m. ï Riverfront Cruise-in, downtown Cuyahoga Falls, Mondays through October

ï Motherís Day Tea, Hower House, Akron, 2 p.m. ï Idle Twittering, Hines Hill Conference Center, Peninsula, 3 p.m.



ï Apolloís Fire, Federated ï Community Jazz Band, Church of Chagrin Falls, 7:30 Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library, 6:45 p.m. p.m. ï International Childrenís Festival, Playhouse Square, through May 5 ï Anthony Potmesil, Funny Stop Comedy Club, Cuyahoga Falls, through May 7

ï Joyful Noise, Cuyahoga Falls Library, 2 p.m. ï Crooked River Stompers, Hudson Library and Historical Society, 2 p.m. ï Rambliní Jack Elliot, The Kent Stage, 8 pm.

Motherís Day


Memorial Day

ï Bobby Jay, Funny Stop Comedy Club, Cuyahoga Falls, through June 2



ï Alvin Ailey American Dance, Playhouse Square, through May 6 ï Bal Ingenieux, Halcyon Lodge, 6 p.m. ï Carolyn and Jim Burns, with Eddie Paolucci, The Novo Lounge, Cuyahoga Falls, 8:30 p.m. ï Melanie, The Kent Stage, 8 p.m.


ï Dustin Diamond, Funny Stop Comedy Club, Cuyahoga Falls, also May 12 ï Kelly Connors Trio, The Novo Lounge, Cuyahoga Falls, 8:30 p.m. ï Fun on the Farm, Hale Farm and Village, 11:30 a.m.


5 Cinco de Mayo ï Point of No Return Improv, Quirk Cultural Center, Cuyahoga Falls, 7:30 p.m. ï Coppelia, Ballet Theatre of Ohio, Akron Civic Theatre, also May 6


ï Verb Ballets, The Agora, Cleveland, 6:30 p.m. ï 1-2-3 Imagine! with Elmo and Friends, Canton Memorial Civic Center, also May 13 ï Dwele, E.J. Thomas Hall, Akron, 8 p.m.



ï Kim Karam and the Gene Fiocca Band, The Novo Lounge, Cuyahoga Falls, 8:30 p.m. ï Asleep at the Wheel and The Nitty Gritty, The Kent Stage, 8 p.m. ï Atwater-Donnelly, Happy Days Lodge, Peninsula, 8 p.m.

ï Point of No Return Improv, Quirk Cultural Center, Cuyahoga Falls, 7:30 p.m. ï Dancing Wheels, Playhouse Square, 7:30 p.m. ï River Day, Brust Park, Munroe Falls, 10 a.m.

ï Bonnie Raitt, Akron Civic ï Alvin and the Chipmunks: Theatre, 7:30 p.m. Chipwrecked, Akron main liï John King, Funny Stop Com- brary, 6:30 p.m. edy Club, Cuyahoga Falls, also May 24



ï Great American Rib Coof Off and Music Festival, Nautica Entertainment Complex, Cleveland, through May 28 ï Lou Santini. Funny Stop Comedy Club, Cuyahoga Falls, also May 26 ï Seven Bridges, Rockiní on the River, downtown Cuyahoga Falls, 5 p.m.-midnight







ï We Bought a Zoo, Akron main library, 6:30 p.m.

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Pastor marks 40 years of service

Hoops For Troops

Pastor Richard Skoff, founding pastor of Grace and Glory Fellowship, 2128 Front St. (just down from the Sheraton Suites Hotel on Riverfront Centre), will speak at the 11 a.m. service on April 29 about celebrating “40 Years Of Walking With The Lord” and 27 years of ministry in the Akron area. Pastor Skoff founded Gloryland Ministries in Akron in 1985,

which later became David’s House Family Church, and is currently Grace and Glory Fellowship, pastored by his wife Theresa and their four adult children. Pastor Skoff was born and raised in Cuyahoga Falls and has been an active member of the community for 66 years. There will be cake and coffee and fellowship following the service at 12:30 p.m. All are invited.


WORTH NOTING Falls Relay For Life team offers fundraiser

��The Flamingos, a Cuyahoga Falls Relay For Life Team is gearing up for their yearly fundraiser this year. For $1 a bird, Team Flamingo will place the flock in a friend’s yard under the cover of the night and wait to hear from them the next morning when they wake up to such a crazy sight. Team Flamingo’s birds like to travel in the Cuyahoga Falls and Silver Lake area, but other neighboring cities will be considered. All proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society. To participate in this fundraiser, call Deanna at 330-256-8351.


Silver Lake Mayor Bernie Hovey and his wife, Kathleen, are grandparents for the third time. On March 30, at 6:22 p.m., Annalise Marie Hovey made her entrance into this world, weighing in at 7 pounds, 11 ounces, and measuring 20 inches. Proud parents, for the first time, are Christina and Brent Hovey, who reside in Tallmadge. Christina’s parents are Steve and Diane Staszak of Tallmadge.




an Kost and Jeremy Maxa square off during the Hoops For Troops game at Woodridge High School March 28.

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Touch of spring beauty Geranium sale

� The Gardeners of Greater Akron will host its annual geranium sale May 11 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and May 12 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Faith Lutheran Church, 2726 W. Market St., Akron. The sale, which the garden club has sponsored for many years, will again take place on Mother’s Day weekend and will feature a large color variety of geraniums and other annuals and bedding plants as well as live hanging flower baskets. The geraniums will be potted in 3 1/2 inch pots, 5 to 7 inches tall and ready for planting. Twenty different varieties of geraniums will be avail-


Metro Parks program shows how to make gardens pretty, practical A master gardener will show how to make a garden both edible and beautiful in a free program May 23 at the F.A. Seiberling Nature Realm. The program starts at 7 p.m. For information on this or other Metro Parks, Serving Summit County programs, call 330-8658065 or visit The F.A. Seiberling Nature Realm and Visitors Center is at 1828 Smith Road in Akron.


� May 4, 7:30 a.m., Bird Walk: Friday Firestone Feathers & Friends Firestone Metro Park / Tuscarawas Meadows Area, 2620 Harrington Road., Akron New and experienced birdwatchers join a naturalist every Friday morning through May 18 for spring bird walks along the Tuscarawas River migratory flyway. Binoculars are recommended.

AREA EVENT able for sale displayed in flats of 18 at a price of $22 per flat. The plants may be bought and picked up May 11 or 12 in front of the church. Garden club members will be on hand to answer questions and assist in the loading. Gardeners of Greater Akron was formerly known as the Men’s Garden Club of Akron and was founded in 1937 in Akron. The name was changed in 2010. According to members, it remains one of the oldest clubs in America and is affiliated with the national organization Men’s Garden Clubs of America. Membership is open to men and women of the greater Akron area and new members are welcome.



he Hudson Garden Club had two flower arrangements on display at Stan Hywet Hall for “Inspiration in Bloom,” which was April 13 through 15 at the historic Akron manor house. Local floral designers and garden clubs were asked to submit a design inspired by a room or artifact in the manor house. The Hudson Garden Club will have its annual Home and Garden Show June 14 and 15. For details on the garden club, visit

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Fishing show with Fallsite on Ohio News Network Free prom dresses available

The Buckeye Angler fishing show premiered on the Ohio News Network on April 14. The show is on Saturdays at 7 a.m. and stars outdoor columnist and show host Jack Kiser, Ohio Editor of Midwest Outdoors Magazine and regular columnist for Ohio Valley Outdoors. The Buckeye Angler features location segments at fishing and recreational outdoor locations throughout the state and emphasizes environmentally responsible ways to enjoy Ohio’s wetlands and water-

ways in a family friendly and “down home” format. Kiser is a Cuyahoga Falls resident. Upcoming guest stars on the program include fishing legends Roland Martin and Jimmy Houston. The Buckeye Angler was named the Best TV Show/Video Project for 2010 by the Outdoor Writers of Ohio. National sponsors include Assassinator Baits of Winona, Mo., Reef Runner Lures of Marblehead, and international manufacturer El Grande Baits of Indiana.

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Girls from area high schools can get the prom dress of their dreams free from Altrusa of Akron’s annual Princess Night project. For the last 12 years, local members of Altrusa International have been helping make prom dreams come true with free prom gowns. This year’s Princess Night project is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 28 at the Family of Faith United Methodist Church (formerly Church of the Master United Methodist Church) at 800 E. Market St. in Akron. No recommendations or qualification is needed, said Judy Pulliam, event cochair. Any girl who shows up and registers gets to choose from among the hundreds of gowns hanging by size on the many racks, Pulliam said. Altrusa asks only for the girl’s name, the name of her school and how she heard about the Princess Night project, Pulliam said. Once registered, the girls are turned loose on the gowns with the help of aides to direct them to the proper sizes. The club enlists local college girls to act as “personal shoppers” to help the girls make their selections

from the hundreds of dresses. Should the gown need a few alterations to make it fit perfectly, Altrusa has it covered. “A few years ago, three women came to us with their sewing machines and asked what they could do to help,” Pulliam said. They do repairs and alterations on the gowns “right there at the time.” Altrusa also offers a large selection of dressy shoes and some other accessories such as purses, scarves and jewelry. Mary Kay representatives are there to give each girl a makeover and Altrusa sends the girls home with the proper cosmetics to recreate the look themselves for prom night. Altrusa also will have drawings throughout the day for prom night items such as dinners and flowers Altrusa is accepting donations of new or gently used prom gowns. Gowns can be dropped off at the church from 9 a.m. through early evening on April 27. For more information on donations, call Jody Pulliam at 330-877-6000 or Jill McKinney at 330-607-4265.

PRESCHOOL NOTE Northminster Preschool

��Northminster Cooperative Preschool offers toddler classes (Mom and Me classes) on Monday mornings from 9:30 to 11. Youngsters can enjoy crafts, songs, stories and large muscle room time. Children should be 2 1/2 or older and need to be accompanied by an adult. Classes are available now or in September 2012. The preschool is accepting registrations for the 2012-13 school year. Northminster offers classes for 3-, 4-, and 5- year- olds. Classes meet Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9 to 11:30 a.m. or 12:30 to 3 p.m. Enrichment Mondays, Spanish Club, Lunch Bunch and Early Drop Off programs are available. The school is at 104 W. Portage Trail. Call 330-929-9300 for details or for a tour. The school’s website is www.NorthminsterPreschool. com.


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Perkins Mansion tours begin The Summit County Historical Society recently restarted tours of the historic Perkins Stone Mansion, located at 550 Copley Road, Akron. A Greek revival built in 1837; the Mansion was the home of Simon Perkins, Jr., the son of Akron’s co-founder Simon Perkins. In honor of the Civil War 150 celebration, the mansion will feature a new exhibit: The Story of Two Generals: Alvin C. Voris and The Great Locomotive Chase of 1862. This exhibit will highlight one of Akron and Summit County’s most decorated civilian soldiers who acquired the rank of Brevet Major General, Alvin C. Voris. Voris, an Akron attorney, state legislator, and judge who in 1861 volunteered as a private in the Union army, returned four years later as a brevet major general of volunteers. Voris originally aligned with the local unit of the 29th Ohio OVI, served with the 67th Ohio OVI, and also held a temporary post as the head of the First Brigade, Third Division, an African American unit of the 7th United States Colored Troops (USCT), 9th USCT and 126th USCT.


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Earnest signs with AFC Cleveland

� Cuyahoga Falls native and Notre Dame College standout Christian Earnest has signed a semi-professional contract with AFC Cleveland. Earnest joins AFC Cleveland for its inaugural season as a member of the National Premier Socer League. Earnest’s contract will allow him to return to Notre Dame College for his senior season this fall. During his time with the Falcons, Earnest has made 59 appearances, scoring 24 goals and six assists. Prior to his college career, Earnest was a two-time AllOhio selection at Cuyahoga Falls High School. AFC Cleveland will open its inaugural season May 12 at Detroit City FC. The home opener will be May 13 at 7 p.m. vs. Greater Binghamton FC at Byers Field in Parma.

Falls baseball rallies past Hudson FALLS HUDSON

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NEXT GAME ��Cuy. Falls at Parma ��Time: 4:30 p.m. ��Date: April 23 by MICHAEL LEONARD | SPORTS EDITOR Hudson — Slowly but surely, the Cuyahoga Falls baseball team seems to be turning the corner. Falls got its biggest win of the season so far when it staged a late rally to score its first division victory. The Black Tigers scored six runs in the final two innings of the game to score a 6-5 win April 18 at The Ballpark at Hudson, handing the Explorers their first loss of the season. The loss came a day after Hudson had beaten Falls 84 at Water Works Park. Prior to the series with Hudson, Falls defeated Nordonia 7-2 at Water Works Park April 13 and then swept a doubleheader with Normandy April 14 at Kent State University’s Schoonover Stadium. Falls won game one 9-0 and won game two 17-4.


Falls pitcher Matt Lawrence fires a pitch home during the Black Tigers’ 7-2 win over Nordonia April 12 at SEE FALLS, PAGE 59 home.

After tough stretch, Woodridge baseball sweeps Mogadore


Woodridge senior Seth Bills put the bat on the ball during a game earlier this season vs. Twinsburg.

by MICHAEL LEONARD | SPORTS EDITOR Inconsistency at the plate has been the primary source of frustration for Woodridge baseball coach Dennis Dever this spring. The Bulldogs’ lack of hitting reared its head again in a doubleheader April 14 against Manchester at home. Woodridge lost game one 4-3 and then fell in game two 3-0 after managing only two hits in the game. However, the Bulldogs found their offensive stroke when they returned to Portage Trail Conference County Division play this week against Mogadore. First, Woodridge pounded out 10 hits at home April 16 vs. the Wildcats on the way to a 6-0 win. Then, Woodridge banged out an 11-1 win at Mogadore April 17. As a result, Woodridge’s record stood at 7-6, 5-1 in the Portage Trail Conference County Division as of press time. Dever said something’s clicked at the plate for the Bulldogs. “All of a sudden we’re starting to have better approaches at the plate and, as a result, better results,” Dever said. “It’s stuff that we work on every day here in practice. We’re starting to see some good at bats.” If offense has been an is-


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NEXT GAME ��Garfield at Woodridge ��Time: 4:30 p.m. ��Date: April 23 sue for the Bulldogs, starting pitching has been a rock, particularly at the front end of the rotation. In the April 16 game, senior John Weniger pitched a two-hit, complete-game shutout for the second straight start. Weniger improved to 4-0 on the season, striking out nine Wildcats in the win. “He was very dominating in that game, to say the least,” Dever said. “John’s one of the few guys that we have coming back that has [varsity] experience.” Woodridge took the lead with four runs in the bottom of the third inning and tacked on two more in the fifth, giving their ace plenty of run support. Junior Logan Johnson and freshman Christian Owens each had a pair of singles in the win. Owens also had two RBIs. In game two against the Wildcats, junior Brad Snyder rebounded from his first loss of the season last

outing to improve to 3-1 on the season. Snyder allowed one run off four hits with six strikeouts in six innings of work. Closer Dan Rice pitched a scoreless seventh inning. “As we get healthy, we’re getting a lot deeper on the mound,” Dever said. Meanwhile, Woodridge’s offense jumped on the Wildcats for seven runs in the first three innings and didn’t look back. Second baseman Seth Bills blasted a pair of doubles and scored two runs, while Johnson smashed a triple in the win. Sophomore Anthony Yacobucci had two singles, scored three runs and stole three bases. “We were hitting the baseball,” Dever said. “We had 11 hits and a couple of other loud outs. We were doing the things that we emphasize here at Woodridge.” Woodridge was set to participate in the fifth annual Cuyahoga Falls City Baseball Championship April 21, but results were not available at press time. Up next for Woodridge is a County Division home-andhome series with James A. Garfield. Woodridge will host the G-Men April 23 at 4:30 p.m. and then travel to Garrettsville April 24 at 4:30 p.m. E-mail: Phone: 330-688-0088 ext. 3113


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Red-hot spring continues for Woodridge softball squad by JIM ISABELLA | CORRESPONDENT The Woodridge softball team is enjoying the warm weather and playing well. It’s been a sweet spring so far. The Bulldogs are 11-1 overall and 6-0 in he Portage Trail Conference County Division. For the first time ever Woodridge is state ranked, as they were ranked fourth in the Division II Associated Press poll. “It is the first time in school history we have been ranked in the state polls,” said head coach Dan Schneider. “As I told the kids as soon as when we found out we were ranked, we have to play better.”


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NEXT GAME ��Garfield at Woodridge ��Time: 4:30 p.m. ��Date: April 23 Starting pitcher Any Donze continues to dominate, going 10-1 with 131 strikeouts in 58-1/3 innings with a 1.32 earned-run average. Here is a recap of the past week: On April 12, the Bulldogs won at Southeast 10-4. On April 14, the Bulldogs

defeated CVCA 12-1 with Donze ripping a grand slam home run. In the second game, the Bulldogs won 1110 thanks to two runs in the bottom of the seventh. “We kept putting the ball in play, but CVCA was just making great catches on us,” Schneider said. In the bottom of the seventh, Meredith Chopka hit a line drive single to score Donze and Heather Schneider. Donze hit a two-run homer and Schneider hit her first homer of the season. The Bulldogs beat Mogadore 10-0 in five innings April 16 at home and also beat the Wildcats 8-3 on the road April 17.

In the first game against the Wildcats, Donze had 11 strikeouts, Erica Huntsman two triples, Heather Schneider had two singles, Sam Oesterle, strarting right fielder, single and double an Amanda Green had two singles. In the second game, Chopka had two singles, Donze had three singles, three runs and three RBI and struck out 15 with one walk, and Allison King had two singles and an RBI. Donze did not give up an earned run. The Bulldogs were set to play at the Spring Showcase at Firestone Stadium in Akron and were set to open the Showcase April

21 against Westlake (results were not available at press time). Woodridge will play Manchester at 9 a.m. and Notre Dame-Cathedral Latine at 1 p.m. April 22 as part of the Showcase. Woodridge faces a crucial home-and-homes series with James A. Garfield this week, as they will host the G-Men April 23 and travel Garrettsville April 24 at 4:30 p.m. The series will pit the two undefeated softball teams in the County Division against each other. E-mail: Phone: 330-688-0088 ext. 3113

Black Tiger softball team dealt tough losses by division rivals by MICHAEL LEONARD | SPORTS EDITOR Cuyahoga Falls — There was only one good thing Cuyahoga Falls softball coach Amy Kersten could think of after her team’s loss April 16 to Stow-Munroe Falls: They would be back on the field the next day. “Thank goodness we play tomorrow,” Kersten said. “We can’t dwell on this.” “This” was a 16-0 rout at the hands of the Bulldogs. Things didn’t get any easier for Cuyahoga Falls April 18, as the Black Tigers lost 16-3 in five innings at Twinsburg. Falls record stood at 2-10, 0-4 in the Northeast Ohio Conference River Division as of press time. After the Stow, Kersten acknowledged her team didn’t perform well in any facet of the game. Kersten noted her team’s defense was particularly disap pointing, as the Black Tigers came up with five errors in the game. “It’s kind of been upand-down for us [on defense] all year,” Kersten said. “There’s been games this year when we’ve been flawless in the field. Today obviously wasn’t one of the them.” Stow coach Doug Hawkins said his team took care of business against a Falls team he knows is in rebuilding mode. “We did a nice job,” Hawkins said. “Falls is a young team and they’re going through some tough times. We did what we needed to do.” Stow jumped on Falls for five runs in the top of the first inning and never looked back. A lead-off double from


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Cuyahoga Falls freshman Rachel Knight fouls off a pitch during a game earlier this season. Knight hit a pair of singles during Falls’ 16-0 loss to Stow-Munroe Falls April 16. catcher Lindsay Jones was followed by a walk to Alex Shaver, a pair of stolen bases and a two-run double by Stephenie Little. Little came home on an RBI single from Chrissie Vaughn and Vaughn came home on an RBI single from Alisha Habyan. Habyan would eventually score on a throwing error after stealing two bases. Stow ran wild on Falls, as the Bulldogs stole 12 bases in the game and were constantly moving on the base paths.

Meanwhile, Falls couldn’t find a way to generate any runs against Stow ace Sadie Jones. Jones limited Falls to five hits and no walks, while striking out eight. Stow played error-free ball behind Jones. “We’ve been playing good defense behind her all year,” Hawkins said. “She just pounds the strike zone.” Falls shortstop Hannah Shane had a double in the first inning and a single in the third, but Falls never advanced a runner past

second base. Left fielder Rachel Knight had a pair of singles for Falls. Stow added two more runs in the second inning, as center fielder Jenni Heid bunted herself aboard. After an error and a pair of steals, Sadie Jones hit into a fielder’s choice and Heid beat the throw home. Shaver then had an RBI groundout. Stow added run No. 7 in the third inning, after Habyan singled, stole third and came home on an RBI groundout from Kelsey

Steiger. Stow’s offense slowed down a bit during the middle innings, before Steiger manufactured a run in the sixth. The freshman second baseman singled, stole second and came home after two wild pitches. Stow put the exclamation point on the with by scoring seven runs in the seventh. Chloe Vickrey walked, stole second and scored on an RBI single from Vaughn. Pinch hitter Olivia Rizzo brought Vaughn home with an RBI single, followed by a walk to Steiger and an RBI bunt single from Heid. After a bunt single from Lindsay Jones and an RBI single from Sadie Jones, Shaver smashed a tworun double to complete the scoring. Stow banged out 11 hits in the win. Falls starter Kayla Rader went the distance in the loss, falling to 1-5 on the season. Falls was set to play Barberton April 20, but results were not available at press time. The Black Tigers will return to River Division action April 23 at home against Solon. First pitch is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. E-mail: Phone: 330-688-0088 ext. 3113



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Falls boys track loses heartbreaker to archrival Bulldogs by FRANK ACETO ASSOCIATE SPORTS EDITOR Cuyahoga Falls first-year head boys track and field coach Keith Nelman had it figured out. “The first team to get to 69 points wins the meet,” he said. “On paper, I had us scoring 65 points, so we needed to pick up four points. Unfortunately for Nelman, the Black Tigers picked up only one point. Falls dropped to 0-3 in the Northeast Ohio Conference River Division after losing a 71-66 decision to archrival Stow-Munroe Falls April 18 on the road. The meet came down to the final event of the evening, the 1,600-meter relay, which the Bulldogs won. “Marc Megenhardt came up on them as our anchor,” Nelman said. “He made a race out of it, but it was too late.” While the Black Tigers certainly made Stow sweat, it was a frustrating evening for Nelman. “When it came to our best marks against their best marks, we were going to lose by four points,” he said. “Guys stepped up in events that we didn’t expect, but we came up short in events we thought we could get points. The kids are really down about this and it makes me sick to my stomach.” There were some highlights that pleased the coach. Falls took the top three spots in the 200. Megenhardt won the race with a time of 23.1 seconds and teammates D’Varis Hamilton and Colton Lewis placed second and third, respectively. Andrew Wilson and Tyler Best grabbed the first two spots for the Black Tigers in the 3,200.


Falls’ Tom Briedling, fourth from left, runs through his preliminary heat in the 100-meter dash at the Rough Rider Invitational April 13 at Kent Roosevelt. “We were pretty much out of it until the last two events before the 4x4 [1,600 relay],” Nelman said. “We swept the 200 and we took first and second in the twomile. It wasn’t looking good prior to that.” Chris Harris had two wins for Falls. He ran an 11.2 in the 100 dash and a 42.2 in the 300 hurdles. And it’s not like Harris was 100-percent healthy. He has been hampered by a hamstring injury. Falls also got wins from Alex Coolen in the high jump (5 feet, 8 inches) and Doug Savage in the pole vault (10-6). Teammate Luke Bruce took third in the pole vault. “I was blown away by the kids’ performances in the

pole vault,” Nelman said. “They really stepped it up and kept us in the meet. We just can’t put it all together.” Two relays reached victory lane for the Black Tigers. The 800 unit of Megenhardt, Drake Reid, Cameron Lucas and Lewis won with a time of 1:33.5. The 400 relay of Alex Harmon, Hamilton, Cameron Lucas and Reid crossed the finish line in 45.6. Falls finished third with 63 points at the 12-team Rough Rider Invitational April 13 at Kent Roosevelt High School. Crestwood won the competition with 89 points and Parma Normandy took second with 76.5 points. “I don’t like to make excuses, but we had some in-

juries,” Nelman said. “We had guys make it to the finals and they tweaked something and couldn’t run in the finals. Those are easy points. All you have to do is run in the finals.” Harris cruised to a win in the 100 with a time of 11 seconds and Megenhardt won the 400 (51.1). The Black Tigers’ sprint relay teams took second. The 400 relay of Harmon, Hamilton, Lucas and Reid finished with a time of 45.4 seconds and the 800 unit of Megenhardt, Reid, Lucas and Lewis ran a time of 1:33.9. Also placing in the top eight for Falls were the following: • High jump: Mitchell Cullen, sixth, 5-8.02 • 200: Lucas, third, per-

sonal-best 23.5 • 300 hurdles: Harris, sixth, 42.7 • Long jump: Hamilton, fourth, 19-5.5 • 800: Wilson, fifth, personal-best 2:04.1 • 1,600: Wilson, sixth, personal-best 4:41 • 3,200 relay: Cory Boca, Karl Jessup, B.J. Rhodes and Duncan Tedquist, eighth, 9:01.4 • 1,600 relay: Leymon, Tedquist, Lewis and Megenhardt, seventh, 3:39 The Black Tigers are scheduled to host River Division foe Mayfield April 25 at 4:30 p.m. They are set to compete at the 17th annual Poland Invitational April 28 at 9:15 a.m. Email: Phone: 330-686-3914

Woodridge boys track squad runs past young Waterloo at home by STEVE BATKO | CORRESPONDENT Woodridge boys track and field remained undefeated in Portage Trail Conference action after beating Waterloo. The inexperienced Vikings were outscored 10721 by the Bulldogs at Mercer Stadium on April 17. “We stayed undefeated in the league with a dominating win over Waterloo and we had a host of athletes who won individual events,” said head coach Lester Carney. Ceon Kelly won the 100meter race (11.4 seconds) while he was joined by Drake Sulzer (800 and 1600

races), Nick Weiner (400), Nick Karam (300 hurdles), Steve Petrak (3,200), Pat Dickinson (pole vault),and David Beach (shot put and discus). Dickinson reached 12 feet to win the pole vault competition. Jared Cottrill, Taylor Rinella, Matt Wojcik, Neil Green, Anthony Harp er, Josh Dryer, Demetrius Tabler, Mike McCann, and Kyle Spreitzer were all a part of winning relay teams. “The 1600 meters was awesome as had many guys their career or season best times,” said the mentor. That list included Brian Jankowski, Sam Scourfield,

Kyle Jarvis, Stephen Cunningham, Brian Cooper, Gabe Ahmad, and Julian Hantkeran. In the field, Doug Mcie, Waddell Simmons, Delshawn Woods, and Isaac Shepherd all had solid performances, according to Carney. On April 13, the girls and boys team joined forces at the Kenston Co-Ed Relays. The squads combined to finish third in the event behind the host Bombers and CVCA. Carney’s troops placed third in the boys standings. Kenston won 106-76 over CVCA while the Bulldogs netted 73 points.

Beach and Isaac Shepherd earned first-place place honors in the shot put, and the distance medley team of John Harry, Kyle Spreitzer, Wojcik, and Sulzer took the team’s lone first place finish on the track. In the shot put, Beach was the individual champ as well with a toss of 46-4 feet. Shephard was third at 40-9 feet. In the discus, Woodridge snagged second as Beach (127 feet) and Doug Mcie (113-5) contributed. Beach was third and Mcie, fifth. Other top scorers included second place efforts by Pat Dickinson and Cottrill in the pole vault, plus Ter-

ry Holyfield and Harry in the high jump. They both reached 5-8 feet. Dickinson reached 11-6 feet in the vault and Cottrill was at 10. The distance medley team won (11:07.76) behind Harry, Spreitzer, Wojcik, and Sulzer. Karam and Diere Johnson-Lisman grabbed a third in the long jump. Karam was third overall (18-8.25). Sulzer posted a 2:03.2 leg in the third-place 3200 relay along with Spreitzer, Tim Faiken and Wojcik. E-mail: Phone: 330-688-0088 ext. 3113

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Archrival Stow edges past Black Tiger girls track team by FRANK ACETO ASSOCIATE SPORTS EDITOR Cuyahoga Falls head girls track and field coach Dan Scourfield would have preferred a better result. But he couldn’t be too dejected with his team’s performance. Nevertheless, the coach is certainly glad the girls have some time off. The Lady Black Tigers lost a 77.5-59.5 decision to Northeast Ohio Conference River Division archrival Stow-Munroe Falls April 18 on the road. “Stow beat us; there’s no doubt about that,” the Falls coach said. “We were tired more than anything. We ran a lot of girls in a lot of races. It just makes our job of winning the conference a little more difficult.” The Lady Black Tigers got off to a blazing start. Falls’ 3,200-meter relay team of Allison Hainer, Kayleigh Scourfield, Zoe Bosley and Amanda Brodzinski won with a time of 10 minutes, 10 seconds. “We ran well with different girls in our last meet, so we have a little bit of depth there,” Dan Scourfield said. “It was a good way to start.” Erica King won the shotput competition with a personal-best throw of 35 feet, 10 inches. “Erica is getting better and better,” the Lady Black Tigers coach said. “We had four different girls get their PRs [personal records] in the shot. Peyton Breehl got her PR by four feet.” King also placed first in the discus with a throw of 118-4. Teammate Sarah Mlnarik finished second (1146). Nicole Waibel is setting standards that hasn’t been seen in quite some time. She took second in the 300 hurdles with a time of 49.6 seconds.

“Nicole is our first sub-50 runner since Erin Childers in 2007,” Dan Scourfield said. “She has done it twice. It looks like she’s got it figured out.” Falls took the top three spots in the pole vault. Waibel (9-6) won and teammates Nicole Rozsa and Deidre Pulley placed second and third, respectively. The Lady Black Tigers coach also was impressed with the performances of freshmen sprinters Cheyanne Keeton, Rachel Souders and Ashley Ramsey. “Cheyanne is really coming along nicely,” the Falls coach said. “Cheyanne and Rachel got their PR [personal record] in the 100. Ashley also had a couple of PRs.” Emily Gall tried the 800 for the first time and ran a very respectable 2:37. “She was kind of surprised when I asked her to run it,” Dan Scourfield said. “She looked very comfortable doing it.” The Lady Black Tigers finished third with 94 points at the 10-team Rough Rider Invitational April 13 at Kent Roosevelt High School. Tallmadge won the competition with 114 points and Kent took second (101.5). “It was a different kind of night,” the Falls coach said. “Last year, we won it without scoring a single point in the field events.” The field events weren’t an issue this year. Erica King won the discus event with a personalbest throw of 120-4. Mlnarik placed third (97-4). Other Lady Black Tigers who placed in the top eight were the following: • Shot put: King, eighth, 30-8.75 • 3,200 relay: second, 10:10 • 100 hurdles: Nicole Rozsa, seventh, 17.2


Falls’ Nicole Rozsa leaps into the long jump pit during the Rough Rider Invitational at Kent Roosevelt April 14. Rosza finished seventh in the long jump with a leap of 14-feet-6. • 100: Allison Barber, third, 13.3 • 800 relay: third, 1:51.1 • 1,600: Natalie Hillyer, eighth, 5:49 • 400 relay: third, 53.4 • 400: Ashley Krieger, third, 1:03.2; and Kayleigh Scourfield, sixth, 1:04.3 • 300 hurdles: Waibel, third, 49.7 • 800: Brodzinski, fifth, 2:28.4 • 200: Samone Friga, third, 27.2; and Barber,

fourth, 27.4 • 3,200: Liz Hoenigman, second, 12:20 • 1,600 relay: second, 4:13 • Long jump: Nicole Rozsa, seventh, 14-6 “We competed well,” Dan Scourfield said. “We didn’t quite score as much in the sprints as we did last year, but we scored more in the field events and in the distance. It was a good effort. “Nicole Waibel ran really well in the 100 hurdles and

Liz Hoenigman has gotten faster and faster in her last three 3,200 races.” Falls is scheduled to host River Division foe Mayfield April 25 at 4:30 p.m. The Lady Black Tigers are set to compete at the Cowen Mohican Elite Meet April 28 at Redbird Stadium in Loudonville. The competition is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. Email: Phone: 330-686-3914

Waterloo takes Woodridge girls track squad down to the wire by STEVE BATKO | CORRESPONDENT Waterloo nearly snapped the undefeated streak by Woodridge in girls track in the Portage Trail Conference, but the host Bulldogs escaped with a 66-62 win. For the second straight league meet, the outcome came on the very last event — the 1600-meter relay. Woodridge, which has never lost in the PTC, won the race and the meet at Mercer Stadium on April 17. “A balanced approach to scoring and inspired racing led to another home victory for the Woodridge girls and for the second week in a row, the outcome of a

PTC contest was settled in the final events,” said head coach Jeff Howard. “We used our depth to maintain the undefeated status in conference history,” added Howard. Winners for the Bulldogs included Rachel Starvaggi, Julia Moore, Erin Kiley, and Julie Rhodes to start the meet in the 3,200-meter relay. Rhodes and Starvaggi joined Paige Graham and Alex AbouAbdallah on the meet-ending 1,600 relay. Their time was 4:28.2. One of the biggest keys top the win was a season best in the 800-meter relay by Graham, Cara Humbel,

Starvaggi, and Vivian Lessears. “They helped steal the meet,” said Howard. Their fast time was 1:53.40. Other winners included Graham in both hurdle races, Jen Pung in the pole vault, and Madison Spreitzer, in the 3,200 run. According to Howard, other strong performances included Aijah Albert in the hurdles, Caitlin Summers in the throws, and Aleah Taylor in the sprints. Howard also praised the ever-improving distance group that included Allyson Dryer, Katrina Folk, Kiley, Jessica Showalter, and Shayla Arnett. On April 13, the girls and

boys team joined forces at the Kenston Co-Ed Relays. The squads combined to finish third in the event behind the host Bombers and CVCA. The 1,600 relay ran season best of 4:21. The cast had Graham (63.6-second leg) and Julie Rhodes as well as Starvaggi and AbouAbdallah, a senior who had a 66.0 leg. Starvaggi had a 64.9 anchor leg. Only Graham was replaced by freshman Julia Moore as this group scored in the 3200 relay (10:43.30). Top-scoring groups included third-place finishes by Summers and Christi Hartshorn in the discus,

the shuttle hurdle relay of Graham, Moore, Pung, and Albert; and the 6400 relay (23:46.83) of Angelina Moore, Dryer, Folk, and Kiley (5:47.2 split). Sprinters such as Lessears, Humbel, Albert, and Taylor scored for the Lady Bulldogs while Pung had a strong day in the pole vault for fourth place (7-0 feet). Summers was third overall in the discus (104-3). Kenston won the girls race 68-61 over West Geauga and Orange. CVCA (54) was followed by Aurora (53) and Woodridge (37). E-mail: Phone: 330-688-0088 ext. 3113



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CVCA baseball sweeps Timken to get back on winning track by STEVE BATKO | CORRESPONDENT Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy isn’t the only inexperienced baseball club in the Principals Athletic Conference this spring. Well, the Royals actually do have some experience back, but those Royals are fairly young as well. The Royals swept another young PAC unit in Canton Timken with a 12-0 home win on April 18 and an 8-0 victory on April 16 at Timken. CVCA is 6-8 overall after the easy wins and 4-4 in the tough PAC. With only one graduate from last year’s 12-12 squad, head coach Kevin Gross is banking on some experience this spring, but realizes his Royals must stride to improve and mature as a team. “We have been working from some stretches of inexperience at times and have had some inconsistency on defense, but these kids are working hard,” he said. Junior pitcher Elijah Brook had his game on as he fired a complete game one-hitter as he continues

to improve while the Royals had five hits. Getting clutch hits and making plays for CVCA were senior infielder David Gray, and junior Ryan Starcher. Gray hit a triple and had two RBIs along with a run while Starcher knocked in a career high three runs. Starcher hit a double and scored two runs. In the first win over Timken, junior pitcher Kyle Edmonds got the win on the hill as he lasted into the seventh inning when senior Mike Patterson got some work in the seventh. The pair only gave up four hits. Edmonds had four RBI, a triple, three runs scored for CVCA. Gray added a big double and a run scored. Gross saw his squad lose a double header to Medina Highland (11-3) on April 14 in non-league play, but CVCA played like it belonged with the red-hot Hornets. “This group continues to improve and we just need to take advantage of certain situations, and that will come with experience,” the coach said.

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alls senior Jake Broke whips a two-handed return during a match earlier this season vs. Stow-Munroe Falls. Playing at second singles for Falls, Brock won both his matches against Northeast Ohio Conference River Division foes this week. He helped Falls to a 4-1 win over North Roylalton April 18 and a 3-2 win over Twinsburg April 16.

Highland won 7-4 as Luke Raley burned CVCA for a pair of doubles, three runs, and knocked in three more as senior pitcher Kevin Saucier was tagged with a tough loss. Hitting with runners in scoring position was troubling for CVCA on the team’s annual trip to Saint Louis, Missouri. It still is a trouble spot after the Royals lost 5-4 in the first game. CVCA squandered 11 hits and several more base runners. With only seven hits, Highland led 5-1 after an early 1-0 CVCA lead. Edmonds got the loss in relief of Starcher, who pitched well. Raley had three RBI. Pacing CVCA was senior Nate Rosenberger with two RBI’s and a double. Raley had three RBI for Highland. In the second game, offensive leaders were junior catcher Casey Claflin (two doubles, two RBI, and a run), Gray (two doubles and two runs), and Brook added an RBI double. “Claflin is coming along very well and he is also doing extremely well at times defensively, behind


Finally, Falls won a makeup game with Twinsburg April 19 4-3 in nine innings. Falls record stood at 8-7, 2-4 in the Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division as of press time. After coming up just short several times against Valley Division opposition previously this spring, Black Tigers head coach Jim Farrell could barely contain his excitement after the win. “We battled,” he said. “These kids believe. We were able to find a way to win against probably the best team I’ve seen in Northeast Ohio.” Explorers head coach Chuck Schilling said April 18 his team became a bit complacent after taking an early lead. There was no inkling of what was to come through five innings as Hudson starting pitcher Nate Andrasik allowed only three hits in the first five innings. Meanwhile, the Explorers’ offense went to work in the second inning as a triple for left fielder C.J. Tosino was followed by a runscoring single from third baseman Tim Kennedy to make it 1-0. Hudson added two more runs in the third inning, thanks to back-to-back doubles from center fielder John Taylor and designated hitter Ross McLelland. McLelland drove in Taylor, then stole third base and came home on a throwing


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NEXT GAME ��CVCA at Manchester ��Time: 5 p.m. ��Date: April 23 the plate,” said the coach. “Claflin is active at blocking back there and trying to stop wild pitches.” On April 13 at home, three Royal pitchers combined to only allow five hits to and one run in a tough 10 league loss to Tuslaw. Ben Wake hit a sacrifice fly that scored Trey Dale with the winning run in the top of the eighth frame for Tuslaw (9-3, 4-2). Brook, sophomore Mark Miller and Edmonds all pitched. CVCA had trouble hitting against sophomore Mustang hurler Alex Reed. His three-hitter moved his season record to 5-0. Fielding miscues and untimely hitting cost the Royals in a 13-5 home league loss to Wooster Triway on April 12. A 5-run top of the error. Falls’ offense didn’t come alive until the sixth inning, but it came out in a big way. Drew Gardner hit a oneout single, Tyler Fisher was hit by a pitch and shortstop Kody Meade hit a sinking line drive that cleared the bases for a two-run triple. Meade then scored on a run-scoring single from Ed Stokich, tying the game at 3-3. The Explorers’ offense responded in the bottom of the sixth. Shortstop Michael Custer was hit by a pitch and Tosino laid down at sacrifice bunt. That was followed by two bunt singles from Kennedy and catcher Tim Schoenman to make it 4-3. Second baseman Alex Agra made then hit a sacrifice fly to left to make it 5-3. Hudson called on closer Jonathan Chafe to get his second save in as many days, but Chafe retired only one batter. With one out, Chafe hit Woods. Black Tigers’ center fielder Adam Heinl then hit a ground ball toward second, but the ball hopped over Agra’s head. The quirky play hurt and Gardner stood in next and blasted a two-run double off the fence in left to tie the game. That would be it for Chafe as Tosino came on to pitch. Tosino got Fisher to fly out to center, but Meade came through with a run-scoring single to give Falls the lead. Hudson had one more chance as Taylor hit a oneout double in the bottom of the seventh. However, Falls

fourth inning cost the Royals, who had three errors and did manage 10 hits. Junior outfielder Parker Battista scored two runs, had a hit, and drove in a run for the Royals. Miller also had a hit and an RBI. On April 9, Tuslaw’s Reed tossed a four-hit, complete game win. The 4-1 decision saw Tuslaw score twice each of the first two innings and out hit CVCA 94. Bautista hit a double and scored a run. Prior to that game, Brook fired a three-hitter for an 81 win in Wooster. Battista led CVCA with a double, a run, an RBI, a stolen base. “We did move some runners around in that game we really did get some very good pitching in that game from Brook,” said Gross. “Edmonds (who got the save) also pitched well.” Miller executed the squeeze play in the win while Bautista (double) and Gray (two stolen bases and two runs) also were keys along with Claflin, behind the plate. E-mail: Phone: 330-688-0088 ext. 3113

pitcher Henry Shaw got McLelland to pop out to the mound and first baseman Duncan Moran to fly out to center field to pick up the save. On April 17, the Explorers had to fight to get past the Black Tigers at Water Works Park. Taking advantage of six Falls’ errors, Hudson broke open a 3-3 tie with runs in the fourth and sixth inning. A two-run double from Moran in the top of the seventh gave the Explorers some breathing room. Agra had a pair of twoout, run-scoring singles for Hudson. Explorers’ ace Brian Malerick gave up three runs off seven hits to improve to 5-0 on the season. Falls outhit Hudson 9-7 in the loss, but the errors proved costly. Falls also left nine men on base in the loss. Matt Lawrence had two singles and an RBI, while Gardner had a double and a single. Fisher added a double and an RBI. Falls was set to host Twinsburg April 19 and participate in the Cuyahoga Falls City Baseball Championship, but results of these games were not available at press time. The Black Tigers will travel to Parma Senior April 23, before playing a homeand-home series with Solon April 24 at Water Works and April 25 at Solon. Game time for all these games is at 4:30 p.m. E-mail: Phone: 330-688-0088 ext. 3113

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5 Legals LEGAL NOTICE Village of Silver Lake RESOLUTION NO.: 23-2012. A Resolution authorizing the payment of certain claims. $145,669.32. Adopted: April 16, 2012 Bernie Hovey, Mayor Teresa M. Spohn, Clerk-Treasurer April 22 - 11340206 LEGAL NOTICE - PUBLIC HEARING City of Stow The Committee-of-the-Whole of Council, at a meeting to be held in the Council Chambers of Stow City Hall, 3760 Darrow Road, Stow, Ohio, on Monday, May 21, 2012, at 5:30 p.m., will consider Ordinance No. 2012-57, entitled: AN ORDINANCE ENACTED PURSUANT TO SECTION 1137.08, ENTITLED "AMENDMENTS", TO PROVIDE FOR THE AMENDMENT OF THE ZONING DISTRICTS MAP AND ZONING DISTRICTS BY RECLASSIFYING FROM I-1 LIGHT INDUSTRIAL TO R-3 RESIDENTIAL TWO PARCELS LOCATED AT 3904 KENT ROAD AND 3878 KENT ROAD; AUTHORIZING AMENDMENT TO THE ZONING DISTRICTS MAP BY THE CITY ENGINEER. A copy of the text of the proposed ordinance is available for public inspection in the office of the Clerk of Council, Stow City Hall, Stow, Ohio. By Order of the Council of the City of Stow, Ohio. Bonnie J. Emahiser, Clerk of Council April 15, 22 - 11335944 LEGAL NOTICE - PUBLIC HEARING City of Stow The Committee-of-the-Whole of Council, at a meeting to be held in the Council Chambers of Stow City Hall, 3760 Darrow Road, Stow, Ohio, on Monday, May 21, 2012 at 5:45 p.m., will consider Ordinance No. 2012-58, entitled: AN ORDINANCE ENACTED PURSUANT TO SECTION 1137.08, ENTITLED "AMENDMENTS", TO PROVIDE FOR THE AMENDMENT OF THE ZONING DISTRICTS MAP AND ZONING DISTRICTS BY RECLASSIFYING FROM R-3 RESIDENTIAL TO R-B RESIDENTIAL BUSINESS A PARCEL LOCATED AT 2091 GRAHAM ROAD; AUTHORIZING AMENDMENT TO THE ZONING DISTRICTS MAP BY THE CITY ENGINEER. A copy of the text of the proposed ordinance is available for public inspection in the office of the Clerk of Council, Stow City Hall, Stow, Ohio. By Order of the Council of the City of Stow, Ohio. Bonnie J. Emahiser, Clerk of Council April 15, 22 - 11335957 LEGAL NOTICE City of Cuyahoga Falls The following legislation was passed by City Council at a meeting on the following date: Passed: April 9, 2012 Approved: April 10, 2012 Don L. Robart, Mayor Mark Ihasz, President of Council Cathleen J. Meacham, Clerk of Council ORDINANCE NO. 38-2012. An Ordinance approving the issuance of bonds by Franklin County, Ohio in relation to certain hospital facilities located within the City of Cuyahoga Falls, pursuant to Section 147 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, and declaring an emergency. ORDINANCE NO. 39-2012. An Ordinance changing the name of Hampton Bluff Drive to Nestico Drive, and declaring an emergency. RESOLUTION NO. 11-2012. A Resolution declaring the necessity of and intention to appropriate certain interests in real property necessary for the improvement of State Road between Graham Road and Steels Corners Road, and declaring an emergency. April 22, 29 - 11338500

LEGAL NOTICE City of Cuyahoga Falls Sealed Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) will be accepted until 12:00 NOON, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 2012, at the Office of the Director of Public Service, 2nd Floor, 2310 Second Street, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, 44221.

5 Legals Each team shall submit a total of three (3) copies the SOQ sealed Each teamofshall submitin aa total of envethree lope clearly marked the outside (3) copies of the SOQ inona sealed enve"Statement of Qualifications for the lope clearly marked on the outside Cuyahoga Low Head Dams "Statement River of Qualifications for Rethe moval and River Cuyahoga RiverRestoration Low HeadProject." Dams Removal and River Restoration Project." Interested Design-Build Teams should contact the Design-Build City Engineers office should to obInterested Teams tain a copy Request for Qualificacontact the of CitytheEngineers office to obtions (RFQ), which details the requiretain a copy of the Request for Qualificaments of the submittal. RFQs may be tions (RFQ), which details the requireobtained visitingRFQs the engineerments of by theeither submittal. may be ing office located at: City of Cuyahoga obtained by either visiting the engineerFalls, Firstlocated Floor, Municipal or ing office at: City ofBuilding, Cuyahoga by is no Falls,calling First 330.971.8180. Floor, MunicipalThere Building, or charge for this RFQ. by calling 330.971.8180. There is no charge for this RFQ. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are an Equal Opportunity EmBY ORDER OF THE DIRECTOR ployer. OF PUBLIC SERVICE BY ORDER OF THE DIRECTOR VALERIE WAX CARR OF PUBLIC SERVICE April 22 - 11340484 VALERIE WAX CARR April 22 - 11340484 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given of HEARING a public hearNOTICE OF PUBLIC ing to is behereby held by theofBoston Heights Notice given a public hearVillage Council, Boston Heights, Ohio ing to be held by the Boston Heights at a Special Meeting on Tuesday, May Village Council, Boston Heights, Ohio 22, at 6:30 p.m. on in Council Chamat a2012 Special Meeting Tuesday, May bers, Village Hall,p.m. 45 inE.Council BostonChamMills 22, 2012 at 6:30 Road, Boston Heights to consider: bers, Village Hall, 45 E. Boston Mills Road, Boston Heights to consider: Ordinance N-2012: An ordinance amending Section Ordinance Codified N-2012:Ordinance An ordinance 1151.07(a)(26) amending Codifiedlowering Ordinanceminimum Section square footage floor requirement per 1151.07(a)(26) lowering minimum parking in Office square space footage floor Professional. requirement per parking space in Office Professional. Ordinance O-2012: An ordinance amending Section Ordinance Codified O-2012:Ordinance An ordinance 1141.34 publication reamending updating Codified legal Ordinance Section quirements for public of hear1141.34 updating legalnotices publication reings. quirements for public notices of hearings. Ordinance R-2012: An ordinance amending Section Ordinance Codified R-2012:Ordinance An ordinance 1151.02 update the Village Section Zoning amendingto Codified Ordinance Map to conform with parcel designa1151.02 to update the Village Zoning tions Summit County. Map as to published conform bywith parcel designations as published by Summit County. Any interested person may attend and be Anyheard. interested person may attend and be heard. Bill Goncy, Mayor Village of Boston Bill Goncy, MayorHeights Apirl 22,of11341079 Village Boston Heights Apirl 22, 11341079

LEGAL NOTICE City of Hudson LEGAL NOTICE Pursuant to City Section 3.08 of the Charter of Hudson of the CitytoofSection Hudson, Ohio, the Council Pursuant 3.08 of the Charter of the city of Hudson public of the City of Hudson, will Ohio,hold the aCouncil hearing at 7:35 p.m. on Wednesday, of the city of Hudson will hold a public May 2, 2012, in the Room of hearing at 7:35 p.m.Meeting on Wednesday, the Hall,in 27 MainRoom Street, May Town 2, 2012, the East Meeting of Hudson, Ohio on Ordinance No. 12-54 the Town Hall, 27 East Main Street, entitled "AN ORDINANCE AMENDING Hudson, Ohio on Ordinance No. 12-54 SECTIONS AND 1042.04 OF entitled "AN 1042.03 ORDINANCE AMENDING THE STREETS, UTILITIES AND PUBSECTIONS 1042.03 AND 1042.04 OF LIC SERVICES CODE REVISING THE STREETS, UTILITIES AND PUBSEWER RATES FOR THE REVISING MUNICILIC SERVICES CODE PALITY." SEWER RATES FOR THE MUNICIPALITY." If enacted by Council, Ordinance 12-54 will increasebythe rate for sewer use as If enacted Council, Ordinance 12-54 follows: will increase the rate for sewer use as follows: CURRENT RATE: Per 100 cubic feet of water - $6.97 CURRENT RATE: Per 100 cubic feet of water - $6.97 For unmetered water users who are users of the water Municipal For unmetered users sewer who are$77.88/month users of the Municipal sewer $77.88/month Availability Charge - $8.21 Availability Charge - $8.21 PROPOSED NEW RATE: Per 100 cubicNEW feet RATE: of water - $7.67 PROPOSED Per 100 cubic feet of water - $7.67 For unmetered water users who are users of the water Municipal For unmetered users sewer who are$85.67/month. users of the Municipal sewer $85.67/month. Availability Charge - $9.03 Availability Charge - $9.03 If enacted by Council, this Ordinance shall take effect and be this in force from If enacted by Council, Ordinance the dueand on July 2012. from shallbilling takecycle effect be 10, in force the billing cycle due on July 10, 2012. A copy of Ordinance No. 12-54 is available for of public inspection the office of A copy Ordinance No. in 12-54 is availthe of inspection Council, 27 East Main able Clerk for public in the office of Street, Hudson, Ohio, 27 during the Clerk of Council, Eastnormal Main business hours. Street, Hudson, Ohio, during normal By: Elizabeth Slagle business hours. Clerk of Council By: Elizabeth Slagle April 22 - 11338675 Clerk of Council April 22 - 11338675


5 Legals ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS City of Hudson 1. SEALED BIDS for the furnishing of the necessary materials and construction of 2012 CRACK SEALING PROGRAM FOR THE CITY OF HUDSON, OHIO will be received by the City Manager at the office of the Clerk, 27 East Main Street, Hudson, Ohio 44236 until 12:00 NOON, LOCAL TIME TUESDAY, MAY 8, 2012 and at that time and place will be publicly opened and read aloud. 2. The proposed work consists of the installation of rubberized crack sealer on certain City streets and City owned properties in the City of Hudson, Ohio, in accordance with the specifications which are on file in the office of the City Engineer. 3. The Bidding Documents may be purchased from SE Blueprint, 2035 Hamilton Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44114 or 540 S. Main Street, Suite 211, Akron, Ohio at the non-refundable cost of $20.00 per set, checks shall be made payable to SE Blueprint. Shipping charges are separate and are the responsibility of each bidder. Specs may be viewed at 4. The City of Hudson, Ohio reserves the right to reject any or all Bids, and to waive all information not involving price, time, or changes in the work. By Order of the Council of the City of Hudson, Ohio. Elizabeth Slagle, Clerk April 22, 29 - 11340185 LEGAL NOTICE City of Cuyahoga Falls Sealed proposals will be received in the office of the Director of Public Service, Municipal Building, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, until 12:00 noon, TUESDAY, MAY 1, 2012, with bids being opened in Conference Room "A", Second Floor, Municipal Building, 2310 Second Street, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, for the repair and/or replacement of concrete pavement on Remington Road and Cavalier Trail. Plans and proposals may be obtained in the office of the City Engineer, First Floor, Municipal Building, at Forty Dollars ($40.00) per copy, with no refund. Current Specifications for the City of Cuyahoga Falls, 1976 Edition, may be obtained in the office of the City Engineer at Twenty Dollars ($20.00) per copy. There will be a pre-bid meeting on Monday, April 23, 2012, at 2:00 p.m., in Conference Room A at the Municipal Building. Anyone interested in submitting a proposal for this project is encouraged to attend. Bidders must use the printed forms provided therefore, as none other will be accepted. Each proposal must contain the full name of the party or parties making the same, and all parties interested therein, and must be accompanied by a bond or certified check in the sum of five percent (5%) of the total amount of the bid, on a solvent bank, as a guarantee that if the bid is accepted, a contract will be entered into. The Director of Public Service reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any informality in any proposal. Bids will be received only from parties that have obtained a recorded bid set of drawings and specifications. The successful bidder must post a Performance, Payment, Maintenance bond in the amount of one hundred percent (100%) of the total amount of the bid. The City of Cuyahoga Falls shall apply a Local Bid Preference to this invitation as outlined in Section 181.08 of the Codified Ordinances. "DOMESTIC STEEL USE REQUIREMENTS AS SPECIFIED IN SECTION 153.011 OF THE REVISED CODE APPLY TO THIS PROJECT. COPIES OF SECTION 153.011 OF THE REVISED CODE CAN BE OBTAINED FROM ANY OF THE OFFICES OF THE DE-



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We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. BY ORDER OF THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SERVICE VALERIE WAX CARR April 15, 22 - 11336170

LEGAL NOTICE City of Cuyahoga Falls The following legislation was passed by City Council at a meeting on the following date: Passed: March 26, 2012 Approved: March 27, 2012 Don L. Robart, Mayor Mark Ihasz, President of Council Cathleen J. Meacham, Clerk of Council ORDINANCE NO. 30-2012. An Ordinance authorizing the Park and Recreation Board to enter into a contract without competitive bidding with Landscape Structures, Inc. for the purchase of playground equipment for installation at Quirk Cultural Center, and declaring an emergency. ORDINANCE NO. 31-2012. An Ordinance authorizing the Director of Public Service to enter into a contract without competitive bidding with Akron Building and Outdoor Maintenance, Inc. dba Riverreach Construction for the professional and construction services necessary to design and execute the demolition and removal of two dams in the Cuyahoga River, and for associated stream bank restoration, and declaring an emergency. ORDINANCE NO. 32-2012. An Ordinance authorizing the Director of Public Service to purchase certain real property located at 4033 State Road, a portion of Parcel No. 35-02093, necessary for the improvement of State Road, and declaring an emergency. ORDINANCE NO. 33-2012. An Ordinance authorizing the Director of Public Service to purchase certain real property located at 4005 State Road, a portion of Parcel No. 35-00705, necessary for the improvement of State Road, and declaring an emergency. ORDINANCE NO. 34-2012. An Ordinance amending various sections of the Codified Ordinances to conform to State Law, approving the 2011 replacement pages to the Codified Ordinances of the City of Cuyahoga Falls, and declaring an emergency. ORDINANCE NO. 35-2012. An Ordinance authorizing the Director of Community Development to enter into contract with Wohlwend Engineering Group, LTD. for the professional design engineering services necessary to prepare public roadway, utility and other public infrastructure plans and regulatory documents associated with the proposed "Nikki's Walk" Development (Parcel Nos. 37-00484 and 37-00485), and declaring an emergency. ORDINANCE NO. 36-2012. An Ordinance authorizing the Mayor to enter into a contract without competitive bidding with Suite 200 Group, LLC for the sale of certain real property not needed for any municipal purpose, and declaring an emergency. ORDINANCE NO. 37-2012. An Ordinance authorizing the Director of Community Development to enter into a Community Reinvestment Area Tax Exemption Agreement with Albrecht, Inc. and declaring an emergency. RESOLUTION NO. 10-2012. A Resolution declaring the necessity of and intention to appropriate certain interests in real property necessary for the improvement of State Road between Graham Road and Steels Corners Road, and declaring an emergency. April 15, 22 - 11334338

55 Notices NOTICE Before you call a 1-800- or 1-900 number, please read the entire advertisement to be certain of the costs involved. When in doubt, always call your local Better Business Bureau for additional information.

Any persons having knowledge of racial discriminatory practices on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs at Kids Country Fairlawn Kindergartern should contact the Ohio Department of Education, Center for Student Support & Education Options, Nonpublic Educational Options Programs, 25 S. Front Street, MS 309, Columbus, OH 43215-4183.

Errors And Adjustments Advertiser should check the first insertion of their ad. The Record Courier/Record Publishing can not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion. Upon noticing an error the advertiser should call the Classified Department 330-673-3500. Adjustments are made to the degree the error reduced the value of the ad.

Equal Housing Opportunity All real estate sold, rented or leased in the State of Ohio, whether by the owner or through an agent, must be made available to all persons regardless of race, sex, religion, color, national origin, family status or handicap. There are no exceptions to this law. The Record Courier/Record Publishing does not knowingly accept any advertising which is in violation of the law. Check Policy Any check issued to Record Courier/ Record Publishing Co.. or its publications that is returned by the bank will be subjected to a $25 fee.


YOUR CLASSIFIED AD TO US! 330-673-6363 Include the following information: Full name for billing Person to contact for verification Address for billing Start date & classification Number of days ad is to be published Company phone number or phone number where we may reach you weekdays, Mon-Fri 8-5 ALL ADS SENT VIA CLASSIFIED FAX MAY BE VERIFIED BY CALLING 330-673-3500 MON-FRI 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Fax ads are subject to credit approval and normal deadlines. The Record Courier reserves the right to edit, properly classify or decline any advertising.

60 Personals God knows your thoughts. Dial 330-923-0114 for short message

70 Business Opportunity FOR Sale: 8 Bed Tanning Salon, Bath/Richfield area, Contact Tom 330-715-0062 for details. WELL-Situated Cozy Cafe in Kent with loyal customer base. P O Box 1104, Cuy Falls, OH 44223



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NOTICE: Before you call a 1-800 or 1-900 number, please read the entire advertisement to be certain of the costs involved. When in doubt, always call your local Better Business Bureau for additional information. 105 General Help Wanted CARE GIVERS NEEDED for assisted living, P/T, 3 pm to 11 pm & F/T 11 pm to 7 am. Call 330-678-3052. CARPENTERS Rough framing & finish carpenters needed. Call weekday mornings 9-11am. (330) 208-2684 or email

75 State Wide Help Wanted A CLEAR DIRECTION FOR YOUR CAREER AMERICA'S NAVY * On-the-job training, * Superior Benefits, * Full Tuition for College, * Medical and Dental Benefits provided, * 30 days paid vacation yearly, * Must be H.S. Grad or GED 15 College Credits, * Ages 17-34 Navy and 17-38 Navy Reserve, *Travel and Adventure Opportunities. AMERICA*S NAVY. A GLOBAL FORCE FOR GOOD. CALL 1-800-282-1384 or EMAIL us at

Help Wanted Company Drivers/Recent Trucking School Graduates. Your new career starts now! *Up to $4,800 tuition reimbursement (for a limited time only) *Great Pay & Benefits *Excellent Training Program *Industry-leading safety program New to trucking? Call us for opportunities. Call: 866-275-1748 Help Wanted Coordinator part-time: Locate and screen host families, provide support and activities for exchange students. Up to $850 per student. Make friends worldwide!

Help Wanted Driver - CDL-A. Drive With Pride. Up to $3,000 Sign-on Bonus for Qualified Drivers! CDL & 6 mo. OTR exp. Req'd USA Truck 1-877-521-5775

Help Wanted Drivers - Knight has steady Dry Van and Refrigerated freight. Annual Salary $45K to $60K. Flexible hometime. Modern trucks! CDL-A, 3 months current OTR experience. 800-414-9569.

75 State Wide Automotive CARS WANTED! PayMax Car Buyers pays the MAX! One call gets you TOP DOLLAR offer on any year, make or model car. 1-888-PAYMAX-7 (1-888-729-6297). Buildings For Sale Has Your Building Shifted Or Settled? Contact Woodford Brothers Inc., for straightening, leveling, foundation and wood frame repairs at 1-800-OLD-BARN. Business Services REACH 2 MILLION NEWSPAPER READERS with one ad placement. ONLY $295.00. Ohio's best community newspapers. Call Kathy at AdOhio Statewide Classified Network, 614-486-6677, or E-MAIL at: or check out our website at:

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75 State Wide Business Services REACH OVER 1 MILLION OHIO ADULTS with one ad placement. Only $975.00. Ask your local newspaper about our 2X2 Display Network or 2x4 Display Network Only $1860. or Call Kathy at 614-486-6677/E-mail or check out our website: Help Wanted $1,200 New Driver Bonus program for qualified CDL Drivers to drive and deliver new vehicles regionally and nationally. Flexible schedule competitive rates, quick pay. Two-car a plus but not required. 1-866-764-1601 or Hurry, spots are limited!

Help Wanted Attention Flatbed Drivers: Great Starting Pay & Benefits. Fuel, Safety & Referral Bonuses. Home Weekends. Call & apply for a new career with 866-317-6556 ext. 2

Help Wanted Attitude A Must! Now Hiring. Must be over 18, free to travel. 3-week expense paid training. Transportation provided. Cash paid daily. Call Dave at 855-317-4445.

Help Wanted Drivers: No Experience? Class A CDL Driver Training. We Train and Employ! Ask about our New Pay Scale! Experienced Drivers also Needed! Central Refrigerated (877)369-7209

Help Wanted Drivers Owner Operators Class-A, 1 Year Regional Midwest - Home Weekly. $2,800 to $3,300 weekly average. 100% O/Op Company. Call Faye @ 855-258-2001 or go to Help Wanted FLATBED DRIVERS - New Pay Scale-Start @ .37cpm. Up to .04cpm Mileage Bonus. Home Weekends Insurance & 401K Apply @ 800-648-9915 Help Wanted Owner Operators $2,500 Sign-On Bonus Dedicated: home daily/weekly New fuel- discount program Lease Purchase Program Down Payment Assistance Class-A CDL. 888-220-9305

Help Wanted Wanted: Life Agents. Earn $500 a Day. Great Agent Benefits. Commissions Paid Daily, Liberal Underwriting. Leads, Leads, Leads. Life Insurance, License Required. Call 1-888-713-6020

75 State Wide Help Wanted WOOD TRUCKING, Inc./MCT. Job Guaranteed after FREE 3 week CDL-A Training. Live within 100 mile radius of Wauseon, Ohio 1-800-621-4878. Also, Hiring Drivers!

Help Wanted You got the drive, We Have the Direction OTR Drivers APU Equipped Pre-Pass EZ-pass. Pets/Passenger Policy. Newer equipment. 100% No touch. 1-800-528-7825

Help Wanted,Drivers - CDL-A. SOLOS & TEAMS Need more miles? We've got them! Top Pay for experience! More Pay w/Hazmat! 800-942-2104 Ext. 7307 or 7308 Instruction Attend College Online from Home. Medical, Business, Criminal Justice, Hospitality. Job Placement Assistance. Computer Available. Financial Aid if Qualified. SCHEV certified. Call 877-295-1667.

Manufactured Homes for Sale SINGLE WIDE MOBILE HOMES NEW 3 BEDROOM - $24,995. NEW 2 BEDROOM - $21,995. Vinyl siding and Shingle roof. Includes Delivery and Set-up in Ohio. 1-800-686-1763

Misc. Airlines Are Hiring - Train for hands on Aviation Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified - Job Placement assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance. 877-676-3836.

Misc. CABINS FOR RENT IN CANADA. Walleyes, perch, northerns, birds, wildlife, pristine nature. Boats, motors, gas included. Call Hugh 800-426-2550 for free brochure. website

Misc. For Sale High Speed Internet Available Anywhere! $0 down for equipment, Free Installation. No phone line required. Call now for free next day installation! Call 888-313-8504.

Misc. Sawmills - from only $3997.- Make & Save Money with your own bandmill- Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. Free Info/DVD: 1-800-578-1363 Ext. 300N Schools/Instruct. UNEMPLOYED? NEED A STABLE CAREER? Roadmaster is helping put people to work everyday! you could be on your way to making $750+/wk. or more after CDL & Carrier Training! Invest in yourself & your future! Approved for Veterans Training. Call Now! 1-866-467-0061 Roadmaster Drivers School of Ohio, Inc. 4060 Perimeter Dr., Columbus, Ohio 43228 DOL/BLS 2010

105 General Help Wanted AFTERNOON Cleaning Person Needed in Rootstown Area. Cleaning experience helpful. Temporary, may lead to permanent 330-733-9820, ext 0, leave msg.

AVON HIRING REPS All Areas! Start Immediately! Start online or call 330-686-2335

COME Join Our Team! No weekends/holidays. Part time Teacher Aides AM & PM. (330) 467-7800

Come work with us!! Vizmeg Landscape, located in Stow is now hiring Full Time Positions. We are looking for landscapers, warehouse workers and drivers. If you have a good working history, we'd love to hear from you. Requirement: Must have a Valid Drivers License. Must be able to pass a Criminal Background Check. Must be able to pass a pre-employment Drug Test. To apply: Please submit your resume to or stop in to fill out an employment application. NO PHONE CALLS, Please.

CONSTRUCTION OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS !!!! Asphalt & Concrete Paving contractor hiring NOW. Seek hard working, no nonsense, drug free individuals. Concrete finisher, equipment operators, mechanic. Send resume to: P.O. Box 902, Akron, Ohio 44309 or E-Mail to No phone calls. EOE. Custodian Part-time position in North Akron. Indoor and outdoor work year-round. Good driving record a must. $10/hour to start, no benefits. Call Mark at 330-253-6168 or e-mail CUYAHOGA FALLS CITY SCHOOLS BUS DRIVER SUBSTITUTES ARE NEEDED Must have a clean driving record, be able to pass a physical. Must be able to obtain CDL Class B with air brake and SP endorsement-will train if needed. All employment is subject to a background check and drug test. Pay rate $12.00 per hour. Applications may be obtained at the Board of Education Office at 431 Stow Ave. next to Cuyahoga Falls High School from 7:30am to 4:30pm or call 330-920-3610 for further information.

DO YOU LOVE WHAT YOU DO? Turfscape, Inc., is now hiring the "right" people for Landscape Technicians and Job Supervisors to start immediately. We offer year round employment, health insurance, 401k and more. Hiring Open House: Tues April 24th, 4-6pm. 8490 Tower Dr. Twinsburg 44087. For more information about our company or to apply online, please visit our website at 8490 Tower Dr Twinsburg 44087

FACTORY DISTRIBUTION $12/hour to start.

Akron company has several openings available & willing to train a few good people, car required. Must be able to start immediately Call MON. ONLY. 9am-5pm. 330-733-2288

HAIR STYLIST interested in booth rental in Stow/Hudson area. Please call 330-342-0656 LICENSED CSR for State Farm Ins office in Northfield. Send resume to:

Like weeding your garden? Weed ours & get paid. Morning hours, PT Mon-Fri, Hudson area. 330-622-1557


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105 General Help Wanted Help Wanted

$12- $14/Start

60 yr old Ohio based company now hiring in Cuy. Falls Office. • Customer Service • Deliver / Driver • Sales / Marketing • Warehouse Call immediately for personal confidential interview Mon 9a-5p


HOUSEKEEPERS PER DIEM BASIS Laurel Lake is a beautiful retirement community nestled on 150 acres in historical Hudson. Laurel Lake is looking for Housekeepers to work on a Per Diem basis (PRN) or Seasonal basis which means you will only work on an as needed basis or around your availability if you are a Student. This position is not benefit eligible. You must also be flexible with your availability. Students are welcome and encouraged to apply!! Our housekeepers maintain a clean and sanitary environment for all of our residents, visitors and staff. We provide a nicotine-free work environment with friendly staff and wonderful residents. If you share our core values of Compassion, Excellence, Human Dignity, Sacredness of Life and Service, then we want to hear from you! Interested candidates may directly contact our Housekeeping Coordinator, Helen Krist, at # 330-655-1742 or may visit the HM Partners Career Center and apply online for this position by going to E/O/E M/F/D/A/V

Immediate Openings! Assembly • Warehouse Technical • Clerical Apply online at

Locations in Akron * Streetsboro Wadsworth * Canton * Parma


•Machine Operators (rotational mold exp.) $9-$10 hr. •Trimming/Labeling/Packaging $8 hr •Assemblers $9 hr. •Warehouse forklift certified $13 •Maintenance Technician (must have rotational mold exp.) *1st and 2nd shifts available *Temp to hire *A lot of overtime *Job Advancement Please apply on line

2132 Case Parkway North #J Twinsburg, OH 44087 Applications accepted Monday-Friday 9 am-11 am.

M-F Days HOUSECLEANING positions avail, full/part time, $9-$12/hr. No exp necessary Heavenly Touch Maids, 330-929-3410.

Part time Home Infusion Positions available!

*****LPNs PLEASE APPLY!***** Ritzman Pharmacies, Inc. manages Summa’s Home Infusion Division. Be an employee of Ritzman’s in delivering care to patients needing Home Infusion in their homes. We have the following positions available: IV Pharmacy Technicians – Compound IVs in a lab setting ensuring quality sterile product. Great for LPNs or nationally certified pharmacy technicians. Customers Service Specialists – help assemble customer prescription and deliver to patient’s homes. Competitive wages and great work environment! Infusion Service is located in Akron, Ohio on Gilchrist Road right off the highway. Hours are Monday-Sunday 8:30-5 Apply online at EOE

105 General Help Wanted

Infant Teacher We are looking for an afternoon Infant caregiver in our Young Infant classroom from 2:30 - 6:30 PM Monday - Friday. The right candidate will have experience with infants, a calm and pleasant disposition and the ability to multi-task! Our families are amazing and deserve the best care and education for their children. Please stop in and fill out application or email your resume to E.O.E. Kids Country Stow 4923 Hudson Dr. Stow, OH 44224


CNC Trainees

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INFINITY RESOURCES, INC. 126 W. College St. Kent, OH 330.968.6516 Meeting employer’s needs in the Kent / Portage County area

NURTURING AND meticulous individual needed for animal care and light cleaning Thurs. & Fri. eves. every other weekends and occasional days. Technical training provided. Veterinary exp. preferred. Apply within at Hudson Veterinary Hospital, 5939 Darrow Rd., Hudson OH or fax resume 330-342-0350.

OPENING 2nd location in Cuy Falls, NOW HIRING Automotive Technicians, FT & PT, must have exp., Apply in person at Jimyz Automotive, Streetsboro or call (330) 626-1198

PERENNIAL GARDENER looking for exp'd full time perennial gardener for several high end residential & commercial clients. Working knowledge of perennials, light prunning, weeding & watering is required. Must have clean driving record & reliable transportation. Pay commensurate to knowledge. All applicants are subject to a background check. To apply call 330-650-4337. Positions Available for Full Service Dog / Cat Boarding facility. Which include Receptionist & Kennel Assistant. Position requires physical labor. Must be available to work all shifts which includes, weekends & holidays. Attention to detail a must - attitude more important than experience. Applications available at Dahl House Boarding Kennel 517 E. Highland Rd. Macedonia. Please, no phone calls. Interviews will be scheduled upon review of applications.

ROOFERS needed with 5+ yrs. exp. Must have drivers lic. & own transportation. 330-931-9305

SAVE THIS Health Insurance - Short term or Permanent Plans. 330-928-4266

105 General Help Wanted Summer Jobs, We need 6 people, will train, $400/wk. Call 9am-5pm. Monday. 330-733-2288 THE CITY OF STREETSBORO is offering a competitive exam for a Part-Time Firefighter/ Paramedic. A competitive exam to establish an eligibility list will be held on Tuesday, June 12, 2012 at 7:00 pm at the St. Joan of Arc Stenson Center, 8894 SR 14, Streetsboro, Ohio 44241. Completed application will be accepted in the Finance Department at the Streetsboro City Hall, 9184 SR. 43, Streetsboro, Ohio 44241, between 10:00 am and 2:00 pm Monday through Friday until Thursday, May 31, 2012. All documents and a non-refundable filing fee of $20.00 are due at the time of application. No personal checks will be accepted. Exact change only. Qualifications for exam: Must present a copy of a valid license and a high school diploma or GED, Must be twenty-one (21) years of age and a U.S. Citizen. No felony convictions of crimes of malice. Must present proof of Certification of EMT/Paramedic in State of Ohio. Must present proof of a 240-hour Ohio Firefighters Certification. Must present Certification of Physical Agility test from Cuyahoga Community College within the past year with a time of five (5) minutes or less. (call 216-987-5429 to register). Must pass a Civil Service Entrance Examination followed by interviews, background check and medical exam including a drug screening. Additional Credit: Military Service Credit: an additional 20% of the applicant's passing grade will be awarded provided the applicant submits a copy of form DD-214 showing an honorable discharge with the original application. Education Credit: an additional 5% of the applicant's passing grade will be awarded providing the applicant submits a copy of the Associate's Degree in a related field or 10% for a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited College or University. No more than 20% shall be added to the passing score. This is a part-time, FLSA non-exempt, bargaining unit, classified position with a starting compensation of $14.26 per hour. The City of Streetsboro is an Equal Opportunity Employer. By order of the Streetsboro Civil Service Commission. Todd Mitchell, Chairman


105 General Help Wanted The Tallmadge Civil Service Commission will be testing for the position of General Laborer. A City of Tallmadge Application MUST BE FILLED OUT AND SUBMITTED TO the Tallmadge Civil Service office by the deadline of 12:00 noon May 3, 2012 in order to take the test on May 7, 2012. Application and test information is available at or you may call 330.633.5011 for information.

The Village of Boston Heights seeks lifeguards for the pool season May through Sept. at Matthews Thomas Park. Must provide lifeguard certification. Pickup forms at Boston Heights Village Hall, 45 E Boston Mills Rd., Hudson, OH 44236, M-F, 8am-4pm. Contact 330-650-4111, ext 5 with any questions.

TUCKER LANDSCAPING, INC. is expanding its Ground Maint. & Construction Division. Seeking 1st Class Dependable Employees. Should have 3-5 yrs exp, valid drivers lic & basic landscape knowledge. Call 440-786-9840

110 Drivers / Trucking DRIVER Class "A" CDL, OTR, min 2 yrs flatbed exp, medical benefits, life insurance, pd holidays/vacation, $50+/yr. (330) 673-3455

Drivers Solo Drivers needed for a NEW dedicated run. * Need Great Home Time? * Want Great Health Benefits? Call Now: (866) 686-1080 Recent Driving Experience & a CDL-A is Required.

Drivers: Class "A" Want Weekly Home Time and Get Great Miles Every Week? Excellent Wages & Benefits. Pd Vacation & Holidays. No Touch, Paid Loaded/ Unloaded! 2yrs Exp, Good MVR, 25yrs or Older. Print App from 330-798-4111 x227

Drivers: Great Hometime, No-Touch Line Hall Runs. 1yr exp or 6mos w/approved school CDL-A w/Dbles. FedEx Ground 330-233-0105

EXPERIENCED DUMP TRUCK DRIVER for Asphalt Paving Co. CDL req. Apply in person: 4524 Hudson Dr. Stow, OH 44224

110 Drivers / Trucking

FLATBED CLASS A CDL Exc. Pay & Benefits Guarantee Minimum Pay O/Ops Welcome

Please Call M-F 8-5 888-420-0529 KOLENZ Transport hiring Class "A" CDL Drivers w/Dump Trailer exp. Local hauling with competitive wage and benefits. Fax resume to 330-929-5850, email or contact 330-929-9393

115 Education / Instruction STNA, Phlebotomy, EKG, PCT, & MBC Online Fast growing careers.Classes Starting soon. Larock Academy at 165 E. Aurora Rd, Northfield OH # 10-11-1952T Toddler / Pre School Teacher Full-time position available in Twinsburg. Must have CDA, Associate Degree or higher in Early Childhood Education required. Plan, supervise and implement daily curriculum. Send resume to Benefits available. Please send resume to

120 Manufacturing / Industrial MACHINE OPERATORS Snack Food Mfg Co has openings on 3 shifts for experienced machine operators. Benefit Pkg Background check/DFWP. Competitive wages. Send resume: HR Dept. 31900 Solon Rd. Solon, OH 44139 or in person. Fax 440-248-0153, email to

MACHINE OPERATORS needed for local steel fabricator. Exp. is helpful but not req'd. Looking for fast learners who are willing to take initiative. Full time w/benefits. Mail reume to: P O Box 1206 State Rd Station Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223 MANUAL MACHINIST for small job shop. Exp Req'd. First shift only; part or full time. Email resume to or fax 330-928-6216



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120 Manufacturing / Industrial

125 Medical / Healthcare


Viking Forge is now hiring

Maintenance Technician

with mechanical aptitude to repair hydraulics, pneumatics & other forging equipment. Positions on 2nd & 3rd shift; pay commensurate with experience. Saturday OT. Apply at 4500 Crane Centre Dr, Streetsboro OH 44241 or Pre-employment orientation, physical, drug test and background check required. EEO

125 Medical / Healthcare Evant Inc. is a leading area provider of Residential Services for those with Developmental Disabilities. We are seeking Direct Support Professionals to work in our Summit County Group homes. We offer health benefits, retirement savings plans, paid vacation, holidays & sick leave. Applicants must hold a high school diploma or GED & a valid driver’s license with 4 points or less. For opportunities with Evant, please apply in person between the hours of 8:30 am to 11 am & 1 pm - 4 pm at 4500 Hudson Dr., Stow, Ohio 44224.

120 Manufacturing / Industrial


Viking Forge is now hiring Press Operators, Shipping & Inspection, Maintenance Technicians (480v, 3-phase) for 2nd & 3rd shifts. Manual Machinist to operate Mills and Lathes on 1st shift & Maintenance Technician with mechanical aptitude to repair hydraulics, pneumatics & other forging equipment. Positions on 2nd & 3rd shift; pay commensurate with experience. Saturday OT. Apply at 4500 Crane Centre Dr, Streetsboro OH 44241 or Pre-employment orientation, physical, drug test and background check required. EEO

120 Manufacturing / Industrial


Viking Forge is now hiring

Manual Machinist

to operate Mills and Lathes on 1st shift Pay commensurate with experience. Saturday OT. Apply at 4500 Crane Centre Dr, Streetsboro OH 44241 or Pre-employment orientation, physical, drug test and background check required. EEO Warehouse Help A local based coating manufacturer in Streetsboro has an immediate opening for an individual with experience packaging epoxy resin type materials and fork truck operations in an industrial production atmosphere. Challenging opportunity, competitive starting salary, health benefits, dental plan and 401K plan. Send reply to Box 4485 c/o Record Publishing, 126 N. Chestnut St., Ravenna, Oh 44266

Family Tree Home Care now has Immediate Openings for the Following Positions Skilled RN Clinical Coordinator & Home Care Skilled RN's. Must Have 2 yrs Home Care Experience STNA's, CNA's and Caregivers. All Shifts Available, Please call 440-519-0001 Full Time Medical Assistant Needed Immediately . Fax resume to 330-773-7055 INTERESTED individual needed for an orthodontic office. Training provided. 330-929-8080 RN's and LPN's Stow Glen Retirement Village, 100% employee owned & operated, is selectively seeking responsible, dedicated & compassionate Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses for our 100 bed Skilled Nursing Unit. Full-time and Part-time positions for both day & night shifts. Exp. in long-term healthcare is pref'd. Please apply in person or send resume to: Fax: 330.686.7172 or E-mail: Stow Glen, 4285 Kent Rd. Stow, OH 44224 EOE

NURSING ASSISTANTS The Gardens of Western Reserve is an assisted living residence in Cuyahoga Falls. Our nursing assistants are called "caregivers" and they provide the hands-on assistance w/our residents. This includes all personal care needs, assistance with meals, providing light housekeeping and laundry care services. We are looking to fill the following positions with qualified & caring people: 7am-3pm FT/PT E/O Wkend 3pm-11pm FT/PT E/O Wkend 11pm-7am FT/PT E/O Wkend Exp in a healthcare environment is preferred, but not required. Applications may be completed between 9:00am-4:00pm M-F for consideration. Interviews will be scheduled by the hiring manager based on application review. 45 Chart Road Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223 *The Gardens of Western Reserve is a drug and alcohol free work environment* Nursing

COMMITTED TO QUALITY CARE At Stow-Glen Retirement Village, our strong commitment to Quality of Life for our residents is matched by our team member's equally strong commitment to Quality of Care. HOME HEALTH AIDES New cases starting weekly. Positions immediately available. Consider our team of caring individuals to provide one-on-one direct care. Must have at least one year experience in home health and / or a STNA. STATE TESTED NURSING ASSISTANTS FT & PRN shifts available, 7pm-7:15am & 7a-7:15p for experienced STNAs. We offer exceptional benefits, including medical, dental, paid vacation, 401(k) and more. Please forward resume or apply in person at Stow-Glen Retirement Village, 4285 Kent Road, Stow, OH 44224. Equal Opportunity Employer.

130 Administrative / Office CUSTOMER SERVICE/ I.T. SUPPORT Well established Macedonia company looking for a new team member. Candidate must have the following: Exceptional customer service attitude & heart, great computer skills, well versed in Microsoft Office Suite, ability to train others in Word & Excel, very organized, exceptional work ethic, hours are Mon-Fri, 8-5. Please fax resume & wage requirements to 330-468-7152.

130 Administrative / Office HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR The City of Cuyahoga Falls invites qualified applicants to apply for the position of Human Resources Director. Starting salary: $56,524 with a range up to $70,642. Non-Smoking Environment, Valid Driver's Lic. Visit for complete job posting and Civil Service Application or call 330-971-8150 for Application Packets. Civil Service Fee: $25.00 cashier's check or money order due with completed application. Mail to address in the job posting. APPLICATIONS POSTMARKED AFTER Fri, May 4, 2012 WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. EEO/ADA LOOKING for a collections specialist to make outgoing calls to collect on outstanding debt, accurately update info in computer, possess strong communications skills. Collections exp. preferred. Hours are 11 am to 8 pm and half day on Sat. Competitive pay. Please email resume to PROFESSIONAL OFFICE looking to fill an entry level Administrative Assistant position. Position will consist of general office duties incl. answering phones & customer service. Must have great people & computer skills. Benefits & retirement are available. Please email resume to Staff Accountant Streetsboro construction, and property management firm. General ledger accounting, Financial Statement preparation, College degree or equivalent experience, Microsoft Office, Timberline Office experience preferred. Please email resumes to

PAGE 64 SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2012 130 Administrative / Office THE CITY OF STREETSBORO is seeking a Director of Finance $74,781.36 - $76,651.00/year The Director of Finance has charge of the administration of fiscal affairs of the Municipality. Qualified applicants shall have knowledge of municipal accounting, taxation, budget, and financial controls as demonstrated by education or governmental financial experience. Bachelor's Degree from an accredited university or college, with emphasis on accounting, business administration, or finance, plus four (4) years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions. Must possess a valid State of Ohio driver's license. Eligibility to work in the United States and to be Bonded by the City. Submit application and resume to: Streetsboro City Hall Department of Human Resources 9184 SR 43 Streetsboro, OH 44241 The City of Streetsboro is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

150 Food Services Brubaker's Pub, Stow now hiring cooks, apply in person M-F 10 am to 5 pm at 4141 Bridgewater Parkway.

EARN up to 15.00$ an hour Donatos Pizza in Cuy Falls and Hudson locations are looking for delivery drivers. Flex hrs, friendly working environment. If you have any questions please stop in at Donatos Pizza Cuy Falls, 1710 State Rd or Donatos Pizza Hudson, 5789 Darrow Rd.,

ITALIAN Restaurant looking for Chef/Cook Must be creative & be able to work in a fast paced environment. Email resume to

155 Sales / Marketing DUN Rite Exteriors is seeking motivated individuals who want to make $100,000+ per year. We are rapidly expanding our roofing field sales division. Company vehicles, medical & 401k. Please call Brandy at 330-650-5322.

We are looking for a hardworking individual to full fill our inside representative position. This person will assist the outside sales rep by placing follow up calls, set appts., prepare strategies and help sell jobs. This position will be salary plus commission. Hours 9a to 7p. Please email resume to or call 330-650-5322.

We need outgoing individuals now! Flex hrs, hourly+bonus, $350/day potential. No selling or telemarketing. Call Brandy 330-650-5322.

160 Top Jobs- Web Only Experienced AG/Lawn & Garden Mechanic. Pay based on exp. Send resume to 6941 Tallmadge Rd., Rootstown OH 44272, or call 330-325-9914 or email

165 Customer Service Insurance CSR Experienced Personal Lines account manager for Solon insurance agency. Stable work atmosphere email to

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165 Customer Service FAST PACED Technical Support Center in Twinsburg seeks Consumer Affairs Representatives. We offer excellent benefit package to our Full time employees including: paid vacation, sick time, paid holidays, quarterly incentive bonus, paid life insurance, 50% company match 401K, tuition reimbursement, and more. Starting pay up $13.10 after 90 days OR family health benefits, introductory rate $9.25+/hr or $10.25/hr for Spanish bi-lingual, also based on experience, shift, and abilities. Hours we are currently looking to hire for are: 12:30 pm to 9:00pm OR 1:30 pm to 10:00 pm. No morning or day shift hrs available. Qualifications include: •English speaking w/excellent verbal skills •Bi-lingual English/Spanish speaking w/excellent verbal skills •Individuals w/strong work ethics •Knowledge of telecommunications including digital cable, digital phone and high speed internet •Call Center Experience Preferred To learn more about us, visit our website at Please E-mail resume to or call 330-487-1110 Ext. 0

197 Skilled Trade ENGINEER / 3D CAD MODELER P.T. on project, Solid Works and Prototype exp. pref. E-Mail: CAD@VALLMAR.COM

220 Construction Equipment Drywall Equipment Scaffolding, ladders, walk planks, Porter Cable drywall sander, Misc. hand tools $3000.00 for all or will sell separately (330)958-3241

245 Flea Mkt / Rummage Sale Cuy Falls Treasures/Bake Sale, Sat. April 28, 9-2, Bethany Church, 1235 Broad Blvd., Antiques, collectibles, furniture, baby items, books, etc.

GIVITS Thrift & Recycle Store Mon and Fri, 10am-5pm, Thurs 10am-6pm Sat 8am-3pm. 5153 Darrow Rd., Hudson (330) 342-9000

246 Estate Sales R & J ENTERPRISES ESTATE SALE, 863 Shullo, West Akron, Oh 44313. Fri. 4/27, 11 to 4, Sat. & Sun. 4/28 & 29, 9 to 4 daily. Entry numbers Fri 4/27, 10 am. Directions: Portage Path to Romayne to Shullo. Packed house filled with antique furniture, collectible toys, musical instruments, jewelry, pottery, glassware, linens & more including cylinder desk/secretary, Victorian baby carriage, step back cupboard, Buddy L pressed steel trucks, violins, guitar, Roseville pottery, tools, Persian rugs and much much more. 330-867-1371 330-867-1387 / Sale day cell 330-285-5417. Cash, checks, visa, & master card accepted

250 Garage/Yard Sales *PLEASE NOTE: Garage sales may not always be in alphabetical order. If you are searching for sales in a particular community, be certain to check all the listings in this column.

AURORA Treasure Trove Sale 999 Chillicothe Rd (empty warehouse) APRIL 22-23, 10AM-8PM, APRIL 24-27, 10AM-3PM. APRIL 29th 10AM-Noon ($5/Bag) $3 EARLY BIRD FEE April 22nd 10-Noon. Vendors welcome. LIVE AUCTION APRIL 27th 7PM-Midnight. Details on\ auroratreasuretrovesale

CUY FALLS HUGE PRESCHOOL SALE! Playground equipment, chairs, riding toys, desks, and much more! Miss Gina's Preschool, 2679 North Haven Blvd. April 28th, 9 to 12.

CLASSIFIEDS 250 Garage/Yard Sales

A Marcia Zarembka Tag Sale

Fri., Sat., & Sun. April 27, 28, 29, 10am-4pm. 934 Canyonview Rd. Sagamore Hills 44067 (Greenwood Development) DIRECTIONS: Rt. 82 West (W. Aurora Rd.) turn south on Village Pkwy, main entrance to Greenwood Vlg Development, left on Greenwood Pkwy to 1st right on Canyonview Rd. House on right. This Lovely Sale includes: Mahogany dbl pedestal dining room tbl, 4 chairs, breakfront & server, Kent coffee 5 pc bdrm set, Cushman maple bdrm set, sofa, glass top coffee tbl, recliner, Nikko dishes, stemware, Formica tbl, 4 chairs, 1818 sampler by Mary Fish, gold mirror, pottery, 4 string bango, art books & art supplies, Cleveland History & old shooting books, TV entertainment ctr, stereo & records, stamp collection, Vargas Girl calenders from 1940's, spanish rugs, mahogany desk & chair, cedar chest, nice kit. misc. 4 pc wall unit, bookcases, great fishing equipment, rods, reels, lures, costume jewelry, vintage clothing, mens hats, lots of art supplies including mat cutter, scuba suit & equipment, charts & maps of Portage Lakes, old magazines, bow & arrows, good quality hand & electrical tools, wheel chair ramp, Weber grill, 1998 Lexus. All items in exc. condition Reasonable prices, Come shop. Sale Day Phone 330-906-9686 Marcia 330-864-4626

CUY. FALLS Church in the Falls 837 Chestnut Blvd. 44221. 330-929-4717 Sat. April 28, 9am-1pm. RUMMAGE SALE. Raising Funds for a mission trip.

HUDSON 4/28, 9-1 200 Laurel Lake Dr. off Boston Mills: Couches, Something for every room the the house!

Hudson 7307 Stow Road Sat, April 28, 7am. Antique furniture, household items, IKEA furn, Cleve Muny Stad Barkers Box,drum set, electronics, bikes, golf clubs, lots more

HUDSON Garage Sale. 23 Prescott Dr. April 27-28, 9am-3pm. Children's clothes, toys, college need, home furnishings & more Something for Everyone!

HUDSON Moving sale 183 Stratford Rd. April 28, 9am till 3 pm. Avon, Tupperware, DEEP DISCOUNT. Windows, trim, custom made office furn., & more.

HUDSON Moving/Garage Sale, 5841 Ogilby Dr., April 27-28-29th, 8a-2p. King bed frame, leather couch, pool table, oven, small furniture, computer hutch, hot tub, misc.

Hudson Vintage & Antique Tag Sale 5385 DARROW RD 4/28 SAT 10-6. Benefits Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Baby & Doll Clothes, Old Patterns, Fabric, Buttons, Lace, Linens & More. Will pick up donations 330-352-6775.

HUDSON-29 PRESCOTT DRIVE 5-Families Stuff, Fri/Sat, ONE DAY ONLY. April 27, 8a-3p. Set of Antique Chairs, Area Rugs, Books, Great Clothes, TONS of GREAT JUNK!!! CHEAP PRICES.

MACEDONIA Garage Sale. 835 Blackfeet Trail. Sat April 28th 9am to 4pm. Sofa, hammock, books, Guitar Hero, electronics, kitchenware, Christmas, spots, yard and much more! Stow Garage Sale 4171 Benwood Drive. Sat-Sun. 4/28 & 4/29 9a-3p Girls clothes 0-4t, boys clothes 0-24 months. Juniors & misses clothes. Several baby items & toys, furniture, household items.

STOW Moving Sale. 1382 Whippoorwill. APR 26-27-28, 9am-4pm. Nice Things!! Low Prices!!




PVC Makes Patio Perfect by Don and Dave Runyan With warm weather on the way, it’s time for do-it-yourselfer to get those outdoor spaces ready for summer fun. This year, make a big change with a small investment of time and money with some new outdoor furniture. The key is PVC. Easy and inexpensive to work with, PVC makes deck or patio furniture that’s attractive, durable, lightweight and easy to clean. Featuring two comfortable seats with a table in between, this classic twin-seater is no exception. The project is made from 50 feet of Schedule 40 PVC pipe, a few common pipe joints, a small piece of particle board (for the tabletop), some canvas, a couple of ready-made cushions and PVC glue. The only tools you need are a pipe cutter or hacksaw, a hammer, a pair of scissors, a tape measure, needle and thread and some sandpaper. To build, cut the pipe to length and fit the pieces together as indicated. Cut the canvas to size, sew the seat slings and add standard-size cushions. A particle-board table top completes the project, which can easily be assembled in a single afternoon. The PVC twin-seater measures about 64 inches long by 23 inches deep by 30 inches tall. The PVC Twin-Seater plan, No. 726, is $9.95 and includes step-by-step assembly instructions with photos, construction diagrams, a shopping list and cutting schedule and a toll-free help line for project questions. A package of PVC furniture plans, No. C25, is $24.95 and includes this project plus plans for a PVC dining set, lawn swing, chaise lounge, chair, occasional table and ottoman. Please include $4.00 for postage and handling and allow about two weeks for delivery. To order by mail, clip this article and send it with a check or money order to U-Bild Features, c/o Record Publishing Company, 3800 Oceanic Dr., Ste. 107, Oceanside, CA 92056. To order by credit card, or to request a free catalog, call 1-800-828-2453. Visit U-Bild on the web at 250 Garage/Yard Sales STOW YARD SALE St. Stephen Lutheran Church 3725 Kent Road • 330-688-7213 Saturday April 28 • 9-3pm Furniture, clothes, toys, books, kitchen, bath, tools & sporting goods Benefits Youth Mission Trip

Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library Book Sale Stow, 3512 Darrow Rd 4/25 thru 4/28, Wed 1-8, Thu 10-8, Fri 10-5, Sat Bag Day 10-2 $3/bag, Sat 2pm Books free/teachers.

265 Household Furnishings 3 Pc bdrm set, solid wood w/double bed mattress - like new, $375, Hudson (330) 603-4158

Armoire, solid wood, maple tone, 70"H, 37"W, 21"D, $275. Hudson (330) 603-4158 Leather sofa & love seat, neutral color, $750 7 pc bdrm suite, $895 Both never used. 330-388-5544

MATTRESSES $99 Any Size NASA Memory foam $599 any size. 1015 E. Tallmadge Ave. 330-630-2112 Sleeper Sofa Like new, exc. cond. $200.00 330-920-1898

275 Lawn & Garden Mantis Tiller/ Cultivator with border/ edger Powerful but lightweight. 2cyc. engine. Almost new. $225 330-689-1972

280 Miscellaneous Merch. CORNHOLE BOARDS Unfinished with 8 bags, $59. Replacement bags set of 8- $15. Cuy. Falls. (234) 678-8455 Got allergies, homey odors? Volunteers needed to test New State-of-the-art air purification systems Free gift 330-926-9512

285 Monuments / Cemetery Lots 2 CEMETERY LOTS located at Northlawn Cemetery @ $650 ea. Call (330) 928-1739

290 Musical Instruments 50-80% off! SALE!!! BUY - SELL - TRADE - RENT We Pay Cash!! ALL INSTRUMENTS 50-80% off OPEN 7 DAYS!! LESSONS Band Orch Rentals; Akron Music - Howe Avenue (next to Staples)(330) 945-6200

300 Pets / Supplies CALL or FAX your CLASSIFIED ADS (330)-673-3500 1-888-296-9650 FAX (330) 673-6363 RECORD PUBLISHING CATS, 2 males, to be adopted together, neutered, all shots. Loves to play, softest kittys, 2 yr.-grey; 3-4yr.-Blk/wht. Joni 440 461-1357

GOOD DOG Solutions for you & your dog. In home behavioral dog training Over 20 yrs exp. For consultation Call 330-701-9733


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I Can’t Believe I’m Knitting by the U-Bild Craft Staff

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Children's Books/Christian Books, new & used, hardback & paperback, 15 for $10. 330 923-0315 COLEMAN tent. 2 sleeping bags, lamp, cot, air mattress. $99 or best offer 330-283-7245 Computer Desk with hutch/shelves and keyboard drawer for sale $20 330-671-0163

De.De tan leather purse, leopard lining. $99. (216) 387-1822 DIRT BIKE Tires & Rims, All drum. Please call for size, VGC, $20/obo. (330) 923-0315 Dress Black with zebra print, size med $25 Teri 330-958-3482 after 3 pm Filing cabinet $10 (330) 633-2235 FIREPLACE "andirons" screen, $70/obo (330) 653-8924

It’s amazing to watch a knitter transform a simple skein of yarn into something lovely and practical. And while that transformation looks fun and satisfying, to the uninitiated it also looks complicated and intimidating—not to mention time-consuming. If those are the reasons you haven’t learned to knit, it’s time to put away the excuses and pick up some knitting needles. It’s actually easy to add this fun and creative skill to your life, especially with the help of a full-color, 72-page guidebook, “I Can’t Believe I’m Knitting.” Illustrated by dozens of photographs, the book’s detailed, stepby-step instructions—from beginner basics to advanced applications— takes all the mystery out of this classic needlecraft and will have you knitting like a pro in no time. From casting on, knitting, purling and increasing and decreasing to cables, joining new yarn, changing colors, garment sizing and more, the book covers every stitch and technique. In addition, tips on tools, supplies and terminology ensure that you’re knowledgeable and well-equipped, and 13 practice projects will help you hone your new skill. Designs include a scarf (pictured), mittens, a hat, baby booties, two dish towels, a pillow, two afghans, two sweaters (including one for the dog!), socks and a purse. The “I Can’t Believe I’m Knitting” guidebook, No. LA4062, is $14.95. You can learn another skill with “Learn to Crochet in Just One Day,” No. AN1146, a 33-page guidebook for $7.95. Please include $4.00 for postage and handling and allow about two weeks for delivery. To order by mail, clip this article and send it with a check or money order to U-Bild Features, c/o Record Publishing Company, 3800 Oceanic Dr., Ste. 107, Oceanside, CA 92056. To order by credit card, call 1-800-828-2453. Visit U-Bild on the web at 300 Pets / Supplies If you've lost your pet in Summit Co. check w/Summit Co. Animal Control 330-643-2845.


We scoop, bag, haul it away One-time &/or weekly service We're #1 in the #2 business 330-929-1350 THE ANIMAL INN After 20 yrs., still the best in pet boarding & grooming. 330-655-3556

330 Cost Cutter BASKETBALL portable system 42" backbrd/new in box, $150 (330) 923-3217 Garage door used 16x7 steel insulated garage door. $200 phone 330-221-0241

335 Free Bees (2) BOOK SHELVES, 6 ft, 5 shelves, honey oak, moving must sell $10. (330) 217-1699 (2) INTERIOR DOORS wood, 30x80, $30. (330) 929-7554

2 Frames with glass 31.5x23 / 29.5x25, $80 (234) 380-0357 2 pc luggage $10 (330) 633-2235 2 sets of Salad Bowls with Dressing bowls. $20. (330) 655-2253

335 Free Bees 24" Jig Saw Craftsman H.D. w/ motor & metal stand, blades $75. (330) 928-9877 36" Sharp TV, $85. 330-673-1550 7' PRELIT Christmas tree w/extra bulbs & 500+ decor, villages, dish set, more. Moving all must go. Just $99. (330) 217-1699

ANTI-Fatigue Mat. 3;x3; & 1"H, loads of cushioning, VGC, $25. (330) 703-0789

Antique Ash Holder $99 (234) 380-0357


Flat Serving Tray $10 (330) 655-2253 Florescent lantern, TV/AM-FM radio/ flashlight combination. N/B. Pd $100, ask $30. 330-703-0457 FOOTBALL: 1988 & 1989 Notre Dame Football Media Guides, $25. Stow (330) 329-5741

Formal Dress Black with red embroidered floral design, size me $50 Teri 330-958-3482 after 3 pm FREE BEES Enter your ad online for quick publication! Go to and click on "Classified," then click "place your ad." Or, you can mail, or drop off your ad at our office.(MUST INCLUDE NAME, ADDRESS & PHONE NO.) No Pets, farm products or Plants Maximum 3 ads per week. 1 Item per ad $10-$99 or item may be free Runs 3 days in daily or 1 time in a weekly zone. NO PHONE CALLS email: 126 N. Chestnut, Ravenna 44266 1619 Commerce Dr.,Stow 44224

Golf Clubs complete set w/bag & putter. Decent $25. (330) 928-9877

Golf clubs, bag & cart $20 (330) 633-2235

HAGGAR man/teen suit, med. gray, jacket 44R, pants 38x30, $10. (330) 633-1427 HAMMOND Organ $99 (330) 929-7554

INVACARE, transport wheelchair, Exc. cond. custom/tilt back, extras $99. Call after 3pm 330-686-2631

Jason 410 Rotary Telescope. Like new. In box. $70 or best offer. 330-283-7245

KENMORE Dryer, Heavy Duty, Gas $50. (330) 929-7554

Antique Wagon Seat - Buckboard style. Good condition. $ 75.00 (330) 573-3549

Longaberger Magazine basket, $40. (216) 387-1822

Beautiful powder pink prom dress. Deep V halter top, gems throughout dress, back laces & ties. Was $175 sell $85 (330) 510-9616

Magnavox - Blu-Ray disc player. Good condition w/box $40. 330-928-0372

Bedroom Set includes bed, end table, desk, dresser. $99.00 330 688 9143 BIKE 10-spd, $35/OBO (234) 678-8267 Brand New Violin. $99. cash only. 330-527-4039

CAMERA Instamatic Polaroid $25/OBO (234) 678-8267 CAMPING TENT $28/OBO (234) 678-8267

Mantis Tiller for parts or repair. Not running. Partially assembled. Entire tiller + extras $65 330-945-4802 MINNIE & Mickey Mouse Charactures, about 12" high, Disney tags affixed, $30. (330) 703-0789 Natural Gas Grill Complete natural gas grill, needs cleaning. $35.00 330-929-5950

Patio Fountain w/electric pump. Kids at Drinking Fountain style. Good cond. $75. (330) 573-3549 PHILIPS FW-C-100 cass tape recorder/player, 3 disk CD player, AM/FM tuner rec, 2 speakers & remote, $45. (330) 703-0789

Plunge Router, Like new. HD $35. (330) 928-9877 Pokemon Action Figures- 60+ figures, many move & shoot. All for $99. 330-928-0372

POOL covers-27ft dia -summer & winter each 2-3yrs old; EXCELLENT cond; $75 330-903-2550 POOL fun - pool floats, noodles, 2 never opened; $50.00 for all 330-903-2550 Prom Dress - Size 12 , teal color. Good condition. $ 45.00 (330) 573-3549 Purple knee length formal dress size medium $50 Teri 330-958-3482 after 3 pm RADAR DETECTOR $10/obo (330) 923-0315 Radio Flyer lamp. N/B. Retailed at $140, asking $40. 330-703-0457. Round brass footstool, decorative, 14", 12" high $99. (216) 387-1822 Router, Craftsman, $15, Hudson (330) 603-4158

Sewing machine, Kenmore, Zig-zag w/all attachments, in solid wood desk $35 (330) 603-4158 Signed and sealed Bob Feller baseball, $25 (234) 380-0357.

SINGER SEWING MACHINE 306W in cabinet,$75. Tan. Book & all parts incl. Stow 330-212-1042 SOLID wood Rocking Chair, like new cond, oak finish, $50 (330) 688-4284

STEP 2 PLAYHOUSE Cottage style outdoor playhouse in GC $75 CASH ONLY 330-528-0389

Suitcase -dark brown w some light tan tri *22"L, 15"D, 8"D $10 330-633-1427 SUMMIT Racing rims, Blk 16x8 5 lug for F150's, brand new, never used set of 4, $99 Moving must go. (330) 217-1699 Three Brass Candlesticks $15. (330) 655-2253 Time Life - Sounds of the Seventies, 3 CD set $15 330-633-1427

Tonka animated lamp truck. N/B. Retailed at $140, asking $40. 330-703-0457. Versaladder, positions to 4 levels; 3,6,9 & 12 ft, $45 Hudson (330) 603-4158. Winter pool pillows 2 4'x4' winter pool pillows $10.00 330-903-2550

355 Wanted to Buy ALWAYS Buying cars, trucks, buses, semi-trailers. Pay $300 & up. 330-257-3811 / 330-581-3536

BUYING All Guns & Fishing, Rifles, Pistols, Shotguns Top Dollar Paid. David 330-962-8805 Buying guns, one or whole collection, any condition, Private buyer 330-819-3274


CASH For Old Records, Sheet Music & Reel Tapes, Name your price 330-453-1406 Law Enforcement Officer buying guns any condition. Also looking for gun parts. Gary 330-802-0033 Record Publishing Classifieds can help you buy, sell, find a job, rent a house, etc. Call one of our friendly Ad Visors 330-673-3500 or 888-296-9650

TOP $ WWI & WWII, US, Japan, German Helmets, uniforms, patches, medals... 330-926-0751

405 Open Houses STOW Open House Sun 3-5. 1999 Kingsdale. 4BR 2.5B. Move-in condition. $189,900. Vaulted ceiling fam rm addition. Finished basement. New carpet, hardwood floors. Newer roof. Pvt backyard. . 330-618-8039

410 Home / Condo For Sale AURORA SHORES on the water, completely updated ranch, 3 BR, 2 BA, finished bsmt. Must see! REDUCED. Call (330) 995-3562 HUDSON VERSAILLES building 79, 1 BR, newer kitchen & applcs., 1 BA, gar., pool, $53,000. 330-805-0237. ORLANDO attractions area condo, 2 br, 2 bath, full kit, W/D unit, Orange Lake Resorts, $8500. Call (330) 656-0031 STOW Completely updated ranch, 3 BR, 1.5 ba, 1456 sq ft, great rm, fin. bsmt, gar, exc cond., Must see. $129,900. 330-688-2985 STOW Condo: 2 spacious br, 2 1/2 bath, sliders to 2 priv patios, overlooking gorgeous wood area, lower level w/complete spacious living area, 1 car att gar, Call Jack 330-688-3601/ 330-472-4323 Realtors Welcome Asking $109,000.

415 Mobile Home For Sale Easy Living, Maintenance free mobile home. 2BR, 2BA, appliances included, newer carpeting, $15,500 • 330-472-9378

STOW ESTATES Live in Stow for $9500. 1998 Astro Citation, 3 br, 1 ba, util room, 3560 Orchard Dr, C15. Call Bill 330-690-9641 for more info.

STOW ESTATES: Rent/ purchase Small 2 BR 330-673-8505 Cell 330-221-8218

425 Land Sale / Rent STOW LAND, key location, Rt 8 Hudson Dr & Allen Rd., ideal medical/office, approx 2 acres, 330-815-2138

TALLMADGE 2 beautiful treed 2.3+ acre lots. Craig Dr. $95,000-Kevin Dr, $125,000. Owner/Agent Randy, C-21 Homestar. 330-475-6268 TALLMADGE, 263 S Munroe, 4 acres, 198x900, all utils, $139,000 Possible owner financing, 330-633-2229.

435 Comm Property - Sale CUY. FALLS, Brick (5) 1 bdrm units w/carports. Easy to rent. Gross $28.7k, net $18.7k Asking $234,500 Negot. (330) 677-5577 RAVENNA 4 unit Apt Bldg Separate utils, Exc cond (440) 564-1411

440 Real Estate Wanted AREA Investor Looking To Buy 50 Homes. $5K-$200K By 04/01/12 Call 330-607-9787

460 Apartment Rentals C. FALLS 706 Sackett 1BR, 1st flr, updated, DW, garage, $575. Heat pd. No Pets. 330-802-3282 CUY FALLS Outstanding 1 bd. w/all applcs. + micro, large closets, A/C, deck, GARAGE. 1072 Clyde Ave #3 is OPEN for viewing. Chapel Hill area, just minutes from all conveniences! $525. No pets. 920-1166 or 730-4075

CUY FALLS 1 BR, w/balcony, 1750 4th St. $565/mo + sec dep, no pets, all utils incl 330 929-5293 CUY FALLS 2 BR townhouse, HEAT INCLUDED gar, laundry rm, A/C, $640/mo. 330-983-8528

Cuy Falls professional seeks individual to help share expenses. Partial rental of a century home. Incl. priv. bed & bath, shared kit., and laundry. Plenty of storage area inside & outside, $440 incls. all utils & cable service. 216-659-6453

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465 Duplex Rentals

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CUY FALLS 518 Stow Ave., 2 BR, 1 BA, c/a, W/D hookup $640/mo + utils (330) 926-9817

CUY. FALLS Twinplex, 2 br, 1171 Cooper $575 Commonwealth Properties. 330-666-7773 STOW 2 BR 1.5 BA Duplex w/gar fenced yard, $675 + utils & dep (330)922-0001 lv msg STOW- Twinplex, 1540 Robin Lane, 2 BR, 1.5 BA, lg. kit. w/appls, bsmt, gar, fully carpeted, CA, no pets. $690. 330-990-1658 STOW- Twinplex, 2372 Hillcrest, 2 BR, 1.5 BA, lg. kit. w/appls, bsmt, gar, fully carpeted, CA, no pets. $690. 330-990-1658

470 Room Rentals Twinsburg. Furnished Rooms, cable $30/day $130/wk & up 216-799-5546 / 330-425-4101

475 Home / Condo Rentals

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CUY. FALLS 1 BR loft, frplc, applcs, A/C, pet friendly $515/mo. Move in special. 330-929-2748 ELLET 1 BR & 2 BR Heat/Water/ Trash Pd. Stove, Fridge. Gar. Air. 5-10 Min for AU 330-328-9634.

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All real estate advertised herein is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status military status or national origin or intention to make any such preferences, limitations or discrimination. We will not knowingly accept advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis.

FALLS 1718 Schiller Ave. 1 BR, 1st floor unit, Updated Heat Incl. $527/month 330-608-2849

HUDSON now leasing spacious 2 BR townhouse apt. in the Village, a/c, kit. applcs. g. disposal, carpeted throughout, full bsmt, gar, no pets, smoke free env. $790, 330-650-4852 or 330-618-6122.

KENT nice 2 BR, PARTA bus line, cable/A/C in LR. $520+ all utils 330-650-9536 or 330-808-0288 MUNROE FALLS 2 BR with Den, 1 car garage $625/mo, 330-376-6711

MUNROE FALLS 2 BR APT. $520 + GAS & ELECTRIC, NO PETS. (330)873-1776 STOW Brighton Place 2 BR Townhouse $675/mo Move-in Special 330-283-9199 STOW lg 2 BR 1 BA apt, AC. Water trash pd, carport, no pets, $560 + utils 330-688-0973. STOW Partridge Run FREE HEAT 1 BR Move-in Special $560/mo 330-283-9199 STOW spacious 2 BR apt., w/balcony in triplex, a/c, fully carpeted, kitchen applcs, dishwasher, g. disposal, 1 1/2 BA, att'd gar w/opener, no pets, $650 330-650-4852 or 330-618-6122. Stow-RAVENSWOOD APTS, HOP ON IN ! 1 & 2 BR from $630. 2 BR Townhouses $825. 1-866-834-8589 Small pet

STOW-Trusted services, Wrens Trl Apts, Gar 1BR/$545 2BR/$645 2390 Wrens Circle, 330-945-2561 TWINSBURG 1 BR. Downstairs apt situated on 2 1/2 acres, laun rm, gar, new appls & carpet, $725/mo heat incld, no pets 216-978-6052

BRIMFIELD 3 br, 1 ba house on 1 acre lot, 4529 Mogadore Rd., newly redecorated, all new flooring, lg liv rm, 1 very lg. br, $800/mo. (330) 607-8793 for appt.

CALL or FAX your CLASSIFIED ADS (330) 673-3500 1-888-296-9650 FAX (330) 673-6363 RECORD PUBLISHING CO.

480 Vacation Rentals

490 Comm. Property - Rent

HILTON Head 2 BR 2 BA exc. cond, 2 pools, hot tub, beach, tennis, Great loc 330-858-1166 330-896-3969

OFFICE/Warehouse, Hudson Dr & Steels Corner at Rt 8 Stow, 8300 total sq ft incl/1500 office, furn, total bldg sprinkled & high ceilings, 2 high bay doors, newer bldg, $3900/mo. 330-815-2138 or 330-923-9996.

CFO, 1863 Dwight St., 2 br, W/D, appls, air, $750/mo, No pets & utils, gar, lawncare free, newer windows. (330) 929-1046

HILTON HEAD 2BR, 2BA, Sleeps 6. Tennis, 2 pools, Short Walk to Beach, 330-658-4041

CUY FALLS, 2706 Tifft Street, 2/3 BR, fenced back yard, 2 car gar., $870 w/$500 dep. 330-696-8161

Myrtle Beach ocean front condo 3 BR/2 BA great view/location, Spring/Summer 330-352-3170.

Cuy Falls- N. Hill 1197 Easton, ranch 3 br, 2 ba, bsmt, applcs, a/c, gar, $750+ Pgr 330-504-1760

N MYRTLE BEACH oceanfront condo, 2 br., 2 ba, sleeps 8 comfortably, pool, reas. rates, call (330) 733-8090, (330) 715-0416

CUYAHOGA FALLS 1940 14th St 3 BR 1 BA Ranch Central Air, $800/mo + utils. 330-929-2292 CUYAOGA FALLS 3 BR 1 1/2 BA, 2360 Wyandotte, $875 + utils. (330) 929-4476

Equal Housing Opportunity

All real estate advertised herein is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin or intention to make any such preferences, limitations or discrimination. We will not knowingly accept advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis.

Hudson 4 BR 3+ BA Canterbury Lakes. Avail. Now. $3100/mo. 234.380.6436 MACEDONIA, Remodeled ranch, 3 BR, 2 ba, FR, 2½ car gar, new kit + applcs $1200 (330)467-6915 Northfield Ctr, 3 BR, 2 1/2 BA, 2 car attached garage, sunroom, patio, fireplace, fenced yard, Dog ok, $1700/mo. 330-990-6623. OPEN SUNDAY 2-4, 185 Bermont Ave. Munroe Falls. Rent/Rent to own, 2+ car gar, fin lower level., 3 br 1 1/2 ba, $1100/mo. (330) 524-3909.

STOW 3BR + bonus room, 1BA, Exc Cond, hardwood flrs, 2 car gar, great neighborhood $1125/mo. 330-603-6434 STOW 4 BR 2 BA Ranch, Att Gar, $950/mo + utils NS Environ. Avail 6/1/12, 330-686-2698. STOW CONDO 3 br, 1.5 ba, C/A, fin. bsmt. NS env., no pets $950 + sec & utils 330-606-5652.

STOW/ Mun Falls 3/4 BR 3 level split, fence bkyd, 2.5 BA, bsmt, 1 car gar $1100/mo (330)618-6546

N. Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Condo 2 BD, 2 BA, WI-FI, pool, 330-882-5327 or 330-633-1808

490 Comm. Property - Rent ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Office/Warehouse HUDSON. 300 to 32,000 sq.ft. Best Rate in Town Immediate Occupancy Available. (330) 650-1488

CUY FALLS 4818 & 4822 State Rd., 5000 sq ft, 1500 sq ft, office & warehouse, heated, overhead door, 330-673-2086 / 330620-9367 CUYAHOGA FALLS 900 sq. ft. Convenient location near Chapel Hill and Xway. Reasonable rent. Nancy Seal 330-920-1166 or 216-548-1225

HUDSON- Downtown Prime retail location. Newly remodeled office space. Furnish Avail. Retail/Office 125SF-1000SF Free on-site parking. For info call 330-650-9088 LEASE OR BUY, I-271 & RT 8, FULL RAMP LOCATION, OFFICE/WAREHOUSE 240 TO 23,000 SQ. FT. SAVE THREE WAYS 1-800-447-2343 NORTHFIELD CTR, 960 sq ft, $850/mo. Call Northfield Florist 330-467-7543 OFFICE SPACE Prime Office / Retail Locations Cuy. Falls, Downtown & E. Akron The Merriman Valley Barberton - Green - Kent Massillon - Canton 150-13,700 sf. Starting $135/mo. including utilities. Professionally Managed Flexible Terms Testa Realty, Inc 330-928-0065

Orchard Plaza Offices: $350./mo. one rm, plus 3-5 rm suites, St. Rt 59 across from Walmart. Free ad on LED sign. 330-673-8505

TALLMADGE - Office space for rent, off Tallmadge Circle, historic bldg., 1000 sq. ft., 1st floor. Many options avail. Must see. Call for appt. (330) 730-3669 •1602-1604 Home Ave. Office/ Retail 1500-2200sf $1200-$1750 •1720 Merriman Rd Office/Retail Office space $100-$325 CUYAHOGA FALLS •129-133 Portage Trail 600-2800 sf from $295 •2101 Front St. 330-10,000 sf from $240 •2115 Front St. 5,650 sf $3,335 can divide •141 Broad Blvd. 665-5223 sf from $340 Commonwealth Properties 330-666-7773

500 Automobiles 2012 Ford Fusion SE 4 cyl, Loaded Sync voice activated system, MSRP $24,020. Only 3600 miles, remaining 2 1/2 yr bumper to bumper warranty. $22,500 330-928-6489

2008 Ford Fusion SE, V-6, red, loaded, moon roof, 86k mi., $10,500 OBO 330-548-3272 2008 Saab 9.3 Conv, lynx yellow, full power, 5-spd auto, 15.6k, 24 MPG, dual prw leather seats, $21,500 330-677-5577 2006 Mercedes Benz CLK350 convertible, 6 cyl, 3.5 fuel injected. 41k mi, like new! $21,500. Complete w/ 4 Bridgestone snow tires on 4 new wheels w/ lugs. 330-678-0068 2006 Pontiac Torrent, V-6, auto, fully optioned, frt whl drive, power, moon roof, ABS, $10,000 OBO 330-414-5596

2005 Audi A4 2.0 Quattro Sedan, beige w/ leather interior. 1 owner. Perfect condition. New tires, sun roof & upgrades. Only 59k mi. $16,195 call 216-408-5007 2004 40th Anniversary GT Mustang, clean, low mileage, 19k miles, no accidents $11,500 330-626-5308 / 330-396-0209

2004 PORSCHE CAYENNE Turbo, 66k miles, white, tow pkg., 1 owner, non smoker, extra snows, $27,400 (330) 571-4850

500 Automobiles 2004 Mazda 6, 4 dr sedan, 4 cyl, 59,500 mi., new brakes/ tires, well kept, CD player, am/fm radio $8500 330-677-9076

2003 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor white, 76k mi., $4900 OBO 330-805-0890 2002 Chrysler Sebring LXI leather, moon roof, chrome wheels, loaded, 96k mi, records, $4500, Mantua 330-888-9585

2001 Chrysler Sebring Convertible, white w/tan top, one owner, leather, 100k mi., GC, $3000. 330-697-2019

2001 Ford Taurus SEL MR/ CD , keypad, leather, no accidents, 111K, very clean, $4250 OBO 330-467-0217

2000 Isuzu Amigo 4 cyl, 5 spd, 2 dr, small SUV, runs & drives very well, fuel eff. no rust, 133k mi. $3500 cash 330-990-3144

2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS 141k miles, am/fm/cd radio, PS/PB/PW/PL, A/C, sunroof, 5 spd trans, runs great, good tires, great gas mileage $3395 330-6081304

2000 Oldsmobile Silhouette van, auto start, CD, new tires/batt, $3500. Call 330-872-5346 2000 Oldsmobile Alero 4dr., GC, repair record avail, auto, A/C, CD, leather, PL, PW, sunroof, 185k mi, no rust, as is $1,900 OBO 330-281-0032 or 234-525-9171 2000 Toyota Celica Automatic, sunroof, sporty, only 75,100 miles, price $6500. 440-232-8230 1999 Chrysler Sebring JXI conv. 99k mi, leather, Florida car, garaged, rust free, runs/looks great. Records, $4,500 330-541-8480 1997 Toyota RAV4 123k mi., VGC, 4 WD, orig. owner, new exhaust/brakes/battery. Silver Lake $5250/obo, 330-929-1120

1994 Chevrolet Corvette, Coupe Red with Red leather interior. 17,000 miles Great Condition. $19,000 OBO. 330-468-1192 1994 Honda Del Sol, V-Tech, 5-speed 130K, No rust. Runs great $2250. 330-217-9898 or (330) 467-2344

1984 Chevrolet Corvette stored, 350 auto, out of work. Must sell $6500 OBO 330-296-6931



535 RVs & Campers

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2001 Liberty Elegant Lady Prevost 45 ft. Kartier XL II, no hassle, no nightmare, non-slide, garaged in a heated storage facility, clean both in/out, no pet, non-smoke, pics avail. 53k mi. New tires/battery, 2 Bose systems front & back, every amenity possible in this coach. $400,000 Just reduced to $350,000 330-998-1545

1994 Winnebago Class A, 30ft, 454 Chevy chassis, 3500 Onan generator, plus many extras, sleeps 6, satellite ready, excellent condition, $12,000. 330-281-8416

1990 Winnebago Warrior, Toyota 3L V-6, sleeps 6, too much new to list. Must see to appreciate. $5000 OBO 330-995-4846 after 6

540 Trucks / SUVs Here’s How It Works:

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500 Automobiles 1989 DODGE 4 dr, 108k mi., runs new, body fair, inside poor, First $600. (330) 562-6940

1979 Buick LeSabre 4 dr, many new parts, runs excellent. $1500 Firm 330-626-4687 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 350 Chevy crate motor, auto, PS, PB, $4000 OBO 216-544-2151

1968 PONITAC GTO clean, no bondo, $35,000 330-328-7510.

$ WANTED: JUNK CARS & TRUCKS $ PAYS UP TO $750 330-962-3233 $$$ BUYING JUNK VEHICLES! $$$ Cash Paid Top Dollar No Games. Call Tom 330-338-0508

525 Classic / Antique Autos 2007 race car Deerfield type sportsman car, kontender chassis,06,750 Susuki tirn key, ready to race, all spare parts go with the car, good for long legged driver, must see. $5500.00 OBO. 440-668-5510/440-632-1651

530 Motorcycles / ATVs 1976 HONDA CB 750 K. good cond, runs great, 13kmi, has working elec start & kick starters, new tach, stored indoors, $1300/obo, (330) 297-1993

1978 HONDA CX500, w/windshield, runs good, newer parts, Need to sell! $1250/obo. (330) 931-0904

$$$$$$$$ FAST CASH $$$$$$$$ Up to $1000 for junk cars, trucks & vans. Cash on the spot, Eves/weekends OK. Dependable Notary Available. 330-612-1632

1981 Suzuki 750 GSL $1500 Very Fast. Call after noon 330-628-1456

I pay the MOST CASH for any unwanted vehicle. Free Tow! 330-319-1378

1987 GOLDWING Aspen Cade, good condition, new battery, $2900. (330) 422-1685

INSTANT CASH We buy unwanted vehicles 7 days a week. Highest prices paid. 330-319-1490

INSTANT CASH We buy unwanted vehicles 7 days a week. Highest prices paid. 330-999-1909

What A Wheel Deal!!! Only $29.99 1 Month in all papers Additional mo. free if not sold. To Submit or For info: 330-673-3500

510 Auto Parts / Accessories $$$$$ MOST CASH PAID $$$$$ For Junk & Unwanted Vehicles Free Pickup 7 days,330-690-3292

525 Classic / Antique Autos 1973 Chevrolet Nova, sm blk 350, turbo 350 trans, looks/runs great, $6000 Call Vince 330-968-9788 aft 3pm. M-F

1976 Chevrolet Corvette silver, red leather int, 42k mi., 350 eng, auto, all orig, Priced to Sell! $11,500 330-676-1214 1990 CHEVY CORVETTE HATCHBACK, REMOVABLE TOP, WHITE EXTERIOR, RED INTERIOR, Looks & Runs Great $6500 Firm . 330-732-7855 BLESTER1@NEO.RR.COM.

HEILITE single wheel trailer Circa 1964, looks great behind 50's or 60's cruiser. $350. 330-296-2651

2000 Custom Soft Tail Harley, 7200 mi., 80" evolution, S & S carb, $8000/obo. 440-479-9866

2002 Harley Davidson Road King, fully chromed, hard bags, luxury red $10,500 330-221-9888

2003 Harley Davidison Dyna Wide Glide 100th anniversary edition, 3k mi. $11,000 mint condition. 330-354-5582 2004 HONDA VTX 1800N, saddle bags & windshield, clean, chrome, extras, 15k mi., $5750. Pager 330-504-1760. 2005 HONDA Shadow Sabre, VT1100C2, exc cond., $4500 obo. (330) 527-8045

2005 TRIUMPH Bonneville T100, black/white, one owner, 870 original mi., mint condition, $6500. (330) 467-1633.

2006 SUZUKI S40 Boulevard, 650cc, 3500 mi, red, windscreen & gel seats, $2099. (216) 410-3921

2007 Kawasaki ZZR600, Sport Bike, Black, new tires and battery, less than 8 k mi. Very Nice. asking $3,950.00. 330-325-7936

HARLEY 100th ANNIVERSARY Super Glide, great shape, many extras, $8500. 216-870-8123

535 RVs & Campers 2004 DUTCHMAN 26' camping trailer, Like new inside & out. yours for $8500. obo. (330) 297-7348

14' NISSAN box truck new tires & transmission, $3995 (330) 714-8126

2011 Silverado 1500, 4WD, 5.3L, reg cab, 8' bed, work tk, PW, cruise, snow plow prep, Line-X bed, truxport cover, 5,600 miles. $24,000 330-998-4453

SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2012 PAGE 67 545 Vans 2005 Ford E250 High top conv. van, 5.4 L, V8, tow pkg, fully loaded, 85K, $16,900. OBO 330-472-9541 330-673-9239

1999 Chevrolet Express hand controls & scooter lift, good cond, high mi, runs great, $2600 330-388-9543

605 Air Conditioning

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MCQUAID HEATING & A/C For All Your Furnace & A/C Needs LLC#1894493 (330)592 6508

610 Alum. / Vinyl Siding H & M HOME IMPROVEMENT Low rate financing avail. as little as $60/mo Fully ins All work guar. 330-256-0524 330-784-7648

625 Appliances Repairs

Jim's Washer & Dryer Repair Service 330-633-3745

2003 Chevrolet Silverado Luxury truck, has low miles. $13,000. 330-928-1876

2002 Ford Explorer LTD great cond, white ext, charcoal gray int, 130k mi, $6000 OBO 216-647-3815 Ask for Dave

2001 Dodge Ram 2500 diesel tk, club cab w/full sz bed, VGC, 230K mi, KBB $8300. Sell for $5400 OBO 330-310-6584

2001 Ford F-150 PU, 4x4, ext cab, full power, auto, low mi., tires good, runs great, well maintained, 6 1/2' bed $3650 330-410-2719. 330-907-1265

1998 Chevrolet 1500 Series Pickups ext cab, 4x4, 8' bed, new trans, 3.0 V-8, runs great, 173K, some rust, great work tk, $2800 OBO 330-715-9172

1998 Ford F-150 XLT, ext cab, 2 WD, 4.2 V-6, 144k mi., running boards, dual exhaust, loaded, CD player, clean, runs great, $3995. 330-608-1304.

1997 Jeep Wrangler, Only 81,800 miles. 4 cyl 5 spd. Full doors. New exhaust and cat. Runs very good.. $6000 OBO. 330-274-3474

1996 Chevrolet Silverado C/K3500, crew cab ,dually, 80k,454,fully loaded, excellent shape, new exhaust manifolds, must see. $8500.00 OBO. 440-668-5510/440-632-1651

1996 Ford Ranger W/cap, 5 spd, 79k miles, good cond., $3000 330-656-2255

1994 Ford F-150 Shortbed 5 spd, 6 cyl, looks good, runs good. $2200 OBO 330-607-0858

1992 Chevrolet 1500 Series Pickup 4WD, 6 cyl auto, runs well $1600 330-389-1374

2005 Chevy Cargo Van runs great, Asking $4500 330-468-5421 or 440-341-4031. Ask for Laurie

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HOT & BOTHERED? We can fix that! Great prices on central air systems. 10 year warranty. Call Now!! 330-929-0121 Lagani Heating & Air #12020

2004 Buick Rainier all extras, all pwr, all maintenance, 1 owner, new tires, very clean, runs great, 99k mi., $7,800 330-297-5531

2004 GMC Sierra Pickup, 175k mi., leather elec seat, remote start, all extras, min rust, runs great, $4000 330-671-2966

Joanne 330-285-6412


APPLIANCE MART- Lowest overall prices, all makes & models, 40 yrs. experience 330-376-2221

2004 Ford Explorer Sport Trax, 87k mi., auto, all power,auto remote, E.C, $12,000 OBO 330-469-1715 or 330-883-1123

! ! Residential CleaningWeekly, Bi-weekly & Monthly Senior Citizens Discount Insured & Bonded

FORQUER Heating & Air #19797 Lic/Ins. Comm/Res. $50 Serv. call V/MC 330-630-2645 / 899-9597

2008 Saturn VUE-XR-V6, SUV, silver met., super clean, low miles, like new $15,500 330-801-8564

2007 UD 16' box truck, high miles, $4495/obo (330) 714-8126

695 Cleaning

BROKEN APPLIANCE? Repair, don't replace. Sears, GE, Whirlpool, Maytag, others. Tom, Apple Appliance. 330-571-2448

Repair all major appliances. Reasonable rates. 330-256-6945

640 Auto Painting JOHN'S Custom Paint & Auto Body, 34 yrs exp, free ests, 440-665-8502 Beat any estimate

665 Carpentry TIM EBERHARDT CONST. LICENSED-INSR'D-FREE EST INT - EXT., LARGE OR SMALL BBB Accredited Business 330-688-4471

670 Carpet Cleaning Amazingly Clean Carpet 2 Rooms for $69.95 330-802-0103

Professional office cleaning Fully insured. 330-352-0788

Heavenly Touch Maids Residential & Office Cleaning INSURED/BONDED Weekly / Bi-weekly / Monthly Regular or one time cleanings Free estimates BBB Accredited Business Call 330-929-3410

AMANDA JOY'S Home Cleaning Exceptional service, Expert results, - Free Est. (330) 858-1061

DENISE'S HOUSECLEANING I go the extra mile. Are you looking for someone who really knows how to clean? Are you tired of not being satisfied? Then I'm you gal I'm experienced, hardworking, honest, dependable & insured. Refs avail. Call for consultation (330) 414-7934

FINLEY'S CLEANING SERVICE "Let Our Hands Free Your Hands" Spring & Carpet Cleaning (330)650-1862 or (330)618-8488

Green Sweep: An Eco-friendly cleaning company. Bio-degradable, chemical-free products for all your shiny clean needs. Weekly to occasional and moving services. Free estimates. Competitive pricing. Ten years experience. Insured. 330.619.0120

RESIDENTIAL CLEANING ��������������������� Professional customized cleaning at competitive rates. Bonded/Ins. Call Dee today at (330) 633-3029

Sparkletec Cleaning Service. Bi-Wkly,Move In/Out, Spring, 15 yrs, ins,. Debbie (330) 221-9020

710 Computer Services

680 Ceramic Tile 19 yrs competitive prof'l, reliable service-Free est on Spring project Ann Winnen owner330-655-2604

DAVIDSFLOORINGLLC.COM Install ceramic tile, marble, VCT, granite & Vitrolite. Complete bathroom remodeling. Repair, regrouting kitchen, fireplaces, walls, floors. 35 yrs. exp. Insr'd, free est, refs. BBB accredited business (330) 670-5379. (Angie's List) Tustin Tile - Voted Beacon's Top 10 - Free Est. 30 yrs exp Showers, walls, floors, frplcs, All tiles, & glass mosaics. Who's Who / Angies list 330-867-7042

685 Child Care Service *CPR CERTIFIED Affordable FT/ PT-Preston School Area childcare Exp'd, Refs avail. 330-329-1335

690 Chimney Sweeps

! ! FREE Diagnosis ! !

330.634.7618 All computer repairs Flat rate $85 on site $100! If I don't FIX IT-YOU DON'T PAY! Velicomp Computer Repair, LLC

COMPUTER REPAIR & SET UP In Home/Onsite Service Slow PC/other problems? CALL JEFF FOR GREAT RATES & SERVICE 440-877-0054

COMPUTER REPAIR DONE RIGHT! Repair • Rescue • Upgrades We sell used laptops w/warranty

Call 330-650-5060 We take Visa/MC/Disc.

A FIREPLACE SHOPPE OF NORTHFIELD Chimney Cleaning & Repair Family Business Est. 1975 Licensed & Insured A+ BBB Accredited Business


A-1HEETER CHIMNEY Service 31 yrs. exp. Over 13,000 served. Cleaning caps etc 330-626-2007 Worried About a Fire? Super Sweep Chimney, $85 Teacher owned & operated. Also Masonry repair. BBB Accredited Business 330-666-5779

Having computer problems? Low cost computer repair.Laurie Cox, Simply PC 330- 899-4670


PAGE 68 SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2012 715 Concrete !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! RC CONCRETE LEVELING 330-434-3127 MC/Visa Will beat any estimate. Serving locally over 23 years. RCCONCRETELEVELING.COM

! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! #1 in Driveways, Patios & Decorative Concrete. 38 Yrs in bus. Mem HBA. Free Est. Ins'd. Owner Supervised 330-815-2000 ! ! ! D & Z Concrete ! ! Regular & Decorative Concrete, Drives, Patios, Pole Bldgs, Sidewalks. Free Estimates. 330-405-5530 or 330-472-7708

! ! ! DAKOOR Concrete, Inc. ! Comm/Res, decorative concrete, brick & block, driveway tear-outs 330-753-7007

If you or someone you know has been treated unfairly in regards to housing, contact

Fair Housing Contact Service

!!! Gio's Petzker Concrete Res/Comm, Fully Insured, No Job To Big or Small. 330-929-1449

!!!! 330-923-4506 FARMCRETE Driveways, patios, old concrete resurfaced. Cracks repaired. Small jobs welcome.

CONCRETE LEVELING SLAB MASTERS OF OHIO Local co. We'll beat any written estimate. An A Rated Company! 330-310-1241 330-431-1348

Esposito Color & textured Concrete, Overlays, Masonry, Res & Comm, Free est. 330-922-5665 GIOVANINI Const., Concrete, Masonry, Excavation. 30 yrs exp, Res/Comm. (330) 745-7067

Greene Concrete Leveling 35 yrs BBB Accredited Business Unmatched 10 year Warranty 440-543-2555 Free Estimates

John Nicolino Const. ConcreteMasonry- Excavating- Bobcat work. Fully Insured, 330-798-9424 L.J.'s Small Concrete Jobs Steps, walks, patios, driveways, floors. Sr. & Veteran's Discounts 330-697-3092 330-203-2626


No Job Too Small Free Ests, Stamped Concrete, Patios, Sidewalks, Frt Stoops, Driveways & Bsmt Waterproof

(330) 650-4884

740 Drains FLEMINGS LAWN CARE Lawn drain installation, down spout line replacement, (330) 688-5924

745 Driveways DRIVEWAY STONE Delivered & Truck Spread Also Sand, Gravel & Top Soil (330) 753-1719

EASTGATE & SON Limestone, Gravel, Top Soil, Mulch, Mowing & Power Washing. Fully Ins. Free Est. 330-352-6594/330-760-3258

Limestone, Topsoil, Garage Foundations, Steps, Bobcat Work, Insulation, driveways. Ins/bond, Sr disc. Ray anytime 330-322-6745 or 330-929-0405

755 Electrical

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at 330.376.6191

Nothing beats the value of classifieds

755 Electrical

790 Flooring

!!!!!RICK'S Call Todd 330-608-8403 Free Estimates. Fully insured.

ELECTRIC INC Quality job at a reasonable price, lic'd & insured. (330) 928-8899

! 330-656-0016 HUDSON CONCRETE Stamped concrete, Aprons, Drives, Walks, Patios, Flat work, Free Est. Ins. Bonded

!! AJ & S CONCRETE INC. Driveways, patios & flrs. Fully Ins., Sr. disc., 35 yrs. exp. BBB Accredited Business. (330) 733-8012


795 Furniture Refinishing SIR ROBERTS Restorations-Repairs-Reglues Chair Repairs, Cane/Rush Work. 330-688-0199.

1st in Customer Service Ott Electrical Services Price by the job not the hour Guaranteed Satisfaction OH Lic# 16189... 330-688-0895 Licensed • Bonded • Insured

Angie's List "Best Value!" Jim's Electrician Services Repairs, Installations & Wiring Award Winning Services for 41yrs 1yr Warr! Free Est! 330-607-5478

VIOLATIONS, Upgrades, Repairs & Remodeling Senior, Veteran & Military Discounts Free Estimate Ins'd Licensed Refs 330-656-3376

760 Elderly Care Service ANNA'S HOME HEALTH CARE Hourly or live in rates available. (330) 928-4688 (Isaiah 32:18) CARE FOR ELDERLY in their home, reas. rates. Call Margie, 330-906-0085.

Excellent Care. Also Hospice. Don't pay agency prices. 20 exp. Ref's. Gina 330-459-4991

RIDES, SHOPPING/ ERRANDS Trusted, reliable man. Reasonable 330-571-1904, 330-928-0487 State tested nursing assistant. Quality care at affordable prices, Resume with refs. Over 20 yrs. exp. Call 330-715-9397.

770 Excavating *PECK N PECK ENTERPRISES* Bobcat, Lawn Prep, Mini excavator, Driveway grading, Dirt & concrete removal *Trenching * Footers *Drainage lines 330-562-8605

GEO'S EXCAVATING LLC Est. 1990. Drainage Experts-BBB Accredited Business. 330-573-3691

775 Fencing BETTER YARD Complete fencing service Free estimates, Fast service Call Jeff 330-431-1155 COMPLETE FENCE SERVICE installation & repair, free est, insured, call Ron (330) 798-0332

790 Flooring ! ! ! FALLS FLOOR COVERING Res/comm. Sales, install & repair, carpet, tile, vinyl & laminate. Free est. insured. Wally 330-807-7265

A-1 Scott's Carpet Service Pro-Install, power restretching Insider pricing, all major brands. 330-929-9650 Andrew's Hardwood Floors. Install, Sand and Finish new. Refinish Existing hardwood. Dust containment. Call for free est. 330-815-2220

! ! ! ! ! ! ! !SHURR Electric, locally family owned & operated, No Job Too Big Or Small. Lic. Bonded, Insured. (330) 459-4918.

FLOORS BY MATT Paint, Drywall, Laminate Flooring & Carpet Installs, Free Est. Great Pricing. 330-546-2281

! ! !!!! CIRCLE CITY ELECTRIC Free est. Fuse box replacement, dryer/range outlets, emergency serv. Lic/ins. Visa/MC/Amex/Disc (330) 319-0172 (330) 633-4258

RES/COMM Floor & Wall (ceramic tile, granite, marble). Showroom @ 2769 Front St., Cuy Falls. 330-962-5548 or 330-928-4150.

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800 Garages / Garage Doors ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 1-330-656-0016 HUDSON OVERHEAD DOORS SPRING SPECIAL Lube/Adj. Door & Opener $45. 40 yrs of exp. Springs / Repairs. 2 springs $120./5 year warranty. Installed Raised Steel Panel drs 8x7 $400, 8x7 insulated $485; 9x7 $425, 16x7 $625, 16x7 insulated $725. Take down/haul away old drs

!GARAGE door repair / installation Fast service for ALL your garage door needs. Receive 5% off with this ad. Lic'd / Fully ins'd. Jimmy- (330)338-1269

A BROKEN SPRING SPECIAL $70 to replace 1 spring; $120 to replace 2, labor incl. (up to 2" ID). Repair & replace gar doors/openMC/Visa L. W. TOWNSEND 330-688-1990 330-650-5113

AMISH BUILT Storage Structures, (Alpine) 8x8-24x40 also Garages, 14 models at Virginia Motel 1.5 mi S of 303 at 5374 Akron-Cleve. Rd., Peninsula. (330)342-0864 or

H & M HOME IMPROVEMENT Garage straightening, complete renovation from foundation to roof Ins. 330-256-0524 330-784-7648

820 Gutters ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Same Day Service Gutter Cleaning, repairs, screens, $60 & up, lic/ins'rd. Roof repairs. Tim 330-329-8392 / 330-922-3202

!Certified Inspector. Gutter specialist, Cleaning Screening/Guards, Installs Weaver Restoration330-801-0612

ALL IN 1 (330)618-0471 Justin Repair, Replacements, Cleanouts, Gutter Guards & Heated Gutter Covers Installed. V/MC

FLEMING'S LAWN CARE Gutter cleaning & flushing (330) 688-5924

J.C. Gutter Services Cleaning, Seamless installs, Maintenance & Repair. Free estimates. Sr citizen disc.,Insured, All work guaranteed Contact Jeff • 330-634-7844

825 Handyman ! ! ! SCOTT HANDYMAN Plum, faucets & disposals, Elect., Pres Wash, carpentry, 20 yrs exp, Free est. 330-592-3282

! ! A PERFECT COVERAGE ! ! Construction, Remodeling, Painting, Drywall. We do it all- No job to big or to small. 440-989-6829 #1 A HANDY HUBBY FOR HIRE Full range of services. Quality work. Reas. rates. (330) 650-4822

19 yrs competitive prof'l, reliable service-Free est on Spring project Ann Winnen owner330 655-2604

ASCH Const. Jack of all trades,including HVAC. If its in your home, We can fix it! 330-714-5984

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RECORD PUBLISHING CO. 1619 Commerce Drive STOW, OH 44224 330-673-3500 825 Handyman BRADY'S Service (330)945-8384 Experienced- Dependable Repair Remodel & Renovation Specialist No job too small. Free est. & Ins. "We're One Hard Working Bunch"

DAN'S Home & Yard Service LTD Expert repair & improvements, flrs electrical-plumbing-walls-tile-paint pwrwash. Insured. 330-686-1156 HANDY GUYS No job too small. Specializing kit., bath & Handicap, playgrounds. 330-573-4563 Jerry

HOOK HOME MAINTENANCE Free Estimates (330) 696-9349 "Hook Up With Us, No Job Too Small" Handyman Services Of All Types See Complete List Of Services at:

HUSBANDS FOR HIRE Home painting, Repairs & Improvements (330) 929-9913

Reliable Home Repairs Plumbing, Wallpaper, Painting, Water Heaters, Tile, Sm. jobs welcome 35 yrs exp. Barry 330-673-3872.

830 Hauling ! ! ! ! ! JUNK REMOVAL household junk, construction debris WOLF HAULING 330-688-9642

! ! ! ACE HAULING ! ! !

We haul Const., decks, fences, sheds, hot tubs, brush, trash, etc. Free estimates Great rates Mike 330-688-8151

! ! ! DICK'LL DO IT ! ! ! 330-688-3773 Clean-out, Removal, Recycle

! ! ! GLENNS HAULING!! Family owned 10-13-16 yd containers LowPrices-Visa/MC 330-794-2961

! ! ! ! 20% Off All Brush Removal & Other Services 330-639-6441

!! FREE Hauling/applcs water tanks wash/dryers, riding mowers, cars-anything metal 330 696-5212

Affordable Junk Removal

845 Home Improvement (A+Quality) Custom kitchens & baths, siding, windows, decks. All phases home improvement. 24 years experience. Insured. 330-801-0534.

**PRO-SIDERS** #1 Professional Home Remodel Co. Over 35 years exp. Siding, Windows, Roofing & Gutters. Free Est. Call 330-922-5520 ALL Home Repair & Improvement Kitchen, baths, bsmt Jobs done on time the right way 30 yrs exp (330)459-8733

B & B Homecraft Builders Additions, garages, pole barns, siding, roofing, windows etc. Bonded & insured. George 330- 351-1435 BOLING CONST. Remodeling, kitchens, baths, additions, bsmts, windows, doors, tile, 30 yrs exp, Dan 330-628-1917/ 330-606-5011

Cochran's Remodeling & Construction Fully Insured


DTM HOME REPAIR & LAWN CARE, LLC. Home remodeling, electrical, painting, plumbing, maintenance & odd jobs. Ins'd. Call or text for free est. We accept major CC's 330-274-6661

EZ CONSTRUCTION Father and Son company with 30 yrs. experience providing quality workmanship & customer satisfaction. Whether changing a leaky faucet or putting on your dream addition don't hesitate to call 330-604-3969 Licensed & insured

FINLEY & SONS BUILDERS Custom kitchens & bathrooms, Additions, remodeling, custom oak flring, tile, stone. "An investment you can live with" (330) 650-1862. BBB

H & M HOME IMPROVEMENT Specializing in int/ext. renovations 330-256-0524 330-784-7648 330-688-3773 Member BBB

Haas Remodeling, Inc. Commercial & Residential Interior & Exterior • 330-297-7530


J-N-D CONSTRUCTION Commercial/Residential, Licensed, Bonded, Fully Insured FREE Estimates (330) 696-8161


STOVER CONST. 330-628-5828 Additions, remodeling, garages, handyman, all types of concrete, excavating, hauling, free est, insr'd BBB business accredited.




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845 Home Improvement ~~~www.Stone and Bathroom Remodeling, Tiled Showers, Nature Epoxy Stone. Insured Jason 607-0427

860 Landscaping ! ! ! ! ! A Beautiful Landscape

Turf Fertilization, Mowing, Clean-Ups, Mulching, Landscape Design/Installations, Lawn Renovations, Seeding, French Drains, Bobcat Work, Excavation. Since 1992 330-655-6230 330-947-2415

! ! ! ! 330-564-5952

Full service Landscaping & Designers BBB Accredited Business Angie's List rated A plus

! ! ! ! 330-603-7473 ! ! ! ! PRECISION LAWN PLUS, LLC. Spring Clean ups, Weekly, lawn maint., mulch service & more. Call Brian for free est.

!! Mowing & Landscape SALE • 1 month Free Mowing • $24.95 Base Mowing Rate • 30% off mulch, edging, cleanup • 21 yr. co, insr'd, sr disc, refs, (330) 805-2347

!!!!!! Mowing 1st cut free, cleanups, mulch install/del., bed edging, power washing, trim shrubs, aeration, Economy pricing. 330 689-0164

!!!!!!! 330-714-3555 298-9098 Call BESTWAY - Spring cleanup, lawn installs, landscaping. Wkly maint. w/grass removal, mulch. Bobcat work. Same day service. $ave!!!!


330-562-2600 860 Landscaping A Low Maintenance Landscape Scheduling April-June maint. & const. services. Josh 819.0401

Absolute Best Lawn Care Mulching, Weekly Mowing, Shrub Trimming, Spring & Fall clean-ups. YOU GROW IT WE'LL MOW IT! 330-701-7717

AFFORDABLE lawn & landscape maintenance, exceptional rates, quality work, reliable service. Call Mike 330-734-9919

AllScapes Ohio Residential & commercial Reliable, Affordable, & Insured. For a free quote 330-814-8407

BRICKWORKS by Lara Creating Outdoor Living Space with • Timber • Brick • Stone Earth • Water Experienced construction of hardscapes w/personal service (330) 644-4770

Clean-Up, Aerate, Thatch New Lawns, Rototill, Seed, Bushes, Trees, Mulch, Mow, Plant, Haul, "Cheap" 330-724-3024.

DEEPGREEN LANDSCAPING weekly lawn maint, spring cleanups, mulch installs, landscape design/installs, retaining walls & pavers, free ests. 330-842-2893

First Impressions Landscaping Awarding Winning Orig. Designs Specialists in Outdoor Living Spaces. Patios, Walks, Walls, Water Features, Lighting & More. (330) 686-1122

FLEMING'S LANDSCAPE Lawn & landscape Design & installation. Spring cleanups, mulching, Bed edging, Aeration & Thatching, mowing, shrub trimming & removal, gutter cleaning, lawn trmt, outside drain installation. Free ests., Fully ins'd, 24 yrs. exp. (330) 688-5924

GARY'S LANDSCAPING Mulch, Topsoil and Gravel Delivery and Spreading, Bobcat Work, Yard Clean-up, Hedge Trimming, Leaves, Planting- Grass, Flowers, Shrubs, Trees 330-671-2266

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1995 Dodge Intrepid ..................................1488 2000 Hyundai Tiburon .................................1988 1999 Dodge Caravan ..................................1988 2004 Chevy Malibu .....................................2988 2000 Dodge Durango SLT ............................3488 1998 Honda Accord ....................................3988 2003 Buick LeSabre ...................................3988 2003 Honda Odyssey ..................................4988 2002 Chevy Impala .....................................4988 2006 Saturn Vue ........................................4988 2005 Nissan Altima ....................................5988 2007 Chrys PT Cruiser ...............................5988 2006 Dodge Stratus ...................................5988 2006 Chevy Cobalt .....................................6988 2005 Toyota Corolla ...................................7988 2005 Saturn Ion.........................................7988 2005 Chrysler 300 ....................................8988 2009 Hyundi Accent ...................................8988 2010 Hyundai Elantras starting at 12,707

Mark Anderson your Local Loan Advisor Direct Line at 440-454-2753

860 Landscaping Levenger Landscape Design Master plans, Outdoor rooms, DIY Plans, 3D Models & More Call Ben (330) 212-2260 * * 50% off design services * *

LOOKING to renovate your landscape? * Decks/patios/retaining walls. 25 yrs. of designing landscapes. Call Perfect Patios & Landscape 330-784-4483

MULCH MADNESS DK BROWN DBL SHREDDED. $20.00/YD Picked up $25.00/YD Delivered 330-676-1607 ENTERPRISE LANDSCAPE

PREMIUM Mulch, nat'l brown, $21/yd., Colored $27/yd. $125/4yd delv., $150/4yd delv. 330-569-8674


• Weekly lawn maintenance, fertilization contracts. • New landscape design & installation. • Irrigation systems, patios, retaining walls & more. • Bulk mulch, topsoil & stone delivered. • FREE estimates.

865 Lawn & Gardening !!!! 330-604-3645 !!!! QUALITY LAWN MAINT, LOW PRICES. 25th yr. weekly mow, trim, cleanups, flower beds, mulching Free est. Call Joe.

!!!! MGM Sale on Mowing & Landscape See landscape ad. (330) 805-2347 !!!!!!! 330-714-3555 298-9098 Call BESTWAY-Spring cleanup, lawn installs, wkly maint. free grass removal, mulch, Bobcat work. $ave (330) 289-3701 An Excellent choice for lawn care, landscaping, retaining walls and water gardens. RCP Lawn Care (Honest work for an honest price).

*****LAWN PRO MOWING***** No one beats our prices! Lawn care pkg includes: mowing, edging weed- spraying, 4step-fertilization and blower cleanup. Also available mulching, hedge trimming, Spring and Fall cleanup. Sr Disc. Office 330-734-5992 Cell 330-612-5404

3 LEAF LANDSCAPING Spring clean ups Weekly mowing services, Senior Discounts, Free Estimates 330-626-5834 or 216-403-0821


Great rates on Spring cleanups! Weekly lawn care, mulching, edging & trimming. Landscaping installation, res/comm, FREE lawn care in 2012....Call for details. Fully insured, free est., Discounts avail. (330) 606-8948

A Low Maintenance Landscape Scheduling April-June maint. & const. services. Josh 819.0401

AFFORDABLE lawn & landscape maintenance, exceptional rates, quality work, reliable service. Call Mike 330-734-9919

Anderson & Thompson Mowing No lawn too big or too small. Call for est. Bill 330-285-4928 or Simon 269-967-3382

TALLMADGE ONLY. 28 yrs exp. Landscape, mow, spring clean-up, lawn install, dethatch, aerate, roll, till & more. Comm'l/Res'l. Insured. Free est. Eric 330-607-8846

Bagnato Landscape Design Experienced, Courteous, Lawn care professionals, 330-842-LAWN

TUCKER LANDSCAPING CO. Lawn Maint., Spring Clean-ups, Lawn Aeration, Fertilization Programs, Lawn Installs, Walkways, Patios & Retaining Walls. Free Estimates (440)786-9840

Western Reserve Hardscapes Specializing in the construction of unique and high-quality patios and retaining walls. Owner/Operated, Quality Workmanship, Professional, Insured. 330-962-6785 www.


MULCH • TOPSOIL Tree & Landscape Since 1983

865 Lawn & Gardening ! ! ! ! ! #1-330-634-0707 1st Mowing Free, 17th Year Res'l/Comm'l / Rental Property Spring Cleanup / Gutter Clean Edge / Mulching Tree / Bush Trim & Plant Paver / Patios

Dbl Shredded Hardwood/Dark Brn ALL Organic / Excellent Quality Also avail. topsoil or try our leaf compost. Great enhancement for or flower bed soil. The results will be unbelievable. All products $21/yd. / free local del. w/10 yds or more. MC/Visa/AE Pro Tree 330-929-1102

2 A Tee Landscape / Hardscape Spring Cleaning & Mulching 330-968-4533 or 216-287-1438

! ! !Campbell's Lawn Care Mow, mulch, trim, plant. Reasonable, reliable, exp'd & insured. No job too small! (330) 928-2237

LANDSCAPING & LAWN MAINT Spring cleanups, seeding, sodding, mulching, mowing, trimming, tree work. Sr. disc. 330-281-9901

! ! CB Reliable Lawncare Taking new customers, 1st cut free w/contract. Sr disc. 330-786-6762 330-786-6609

! ! ! ! 330-603-7473 ! ! ! ! PRECISION LAWN PLUS, LLC. Spring Clean ups, Weekly, lawn maint., mulch service & more. Call Brian for free est.

865 Lawn & Gardening TOP SOIL $19.50/yd. Mulch all types starting $20.50/yd. 330-701-5738

870 Lawn Equipment Repair BARF'S SMALL ENGINE REPAIR, LLC. Mowers, Tractors, Snow Blowers, pickup & delivery avail. Visa/MC (330)688-2928 DUCKWALL'S MOWER REPAIR, All Lawn/Garden Equip, Quick Turn-Around, Spring Tune-Ups, Free Pick Up. 330-923-5778 GARY'S TALLMADGE MOWER Lawnboy-Toro-Sears Airens-MTD Mower repair. (330) 633-3025

880 Locksmith

WOLFSCAPE INC. 330-468-3750

Impact Landscaping/ Irrigation Nationally Recognized Award Winning Hardscape Contractor *Edging/mulching/Spring cleanups *Landscape design & installation *Patios/retain walls/water features *Landscape lighting *Irrigation installation & service We offer great service for a reas $, 330-848-0036

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BROTHERS LAWN SERVICE Spring clean-ups, weekly mowing, aeration, trimming, mulching. 330-388-8321

CHAD'S Lawn Care, Comm/Res, Insured, Specializing in large lawns, (330) 633-5407

FLEMING'S LAWN SERVICE Spring Cleanups, Weekly Mowing, Bed Edging, Mulching, Shrub Trimming & Removal, Gutter cleaning, Lawn trmt, Aeration, Thatching, Outside Drain Installation. Free Est. Fully Ins'd, 24 years exp. (330) 688-5924

JIM'S LAWN SERVICE Senior rates, weekly mow & trim, edging incl. Spring cleanups, free est., 20 yrs exp, insr'd, 330-928-7941 or 330-524-3498

Northcoast Lawn Specialists Mowing-Fertilizing-Enhancements (330) 931-5916

PROZAK LAWNCARE "The Right Prescription For All Your Lawncare Needs" Springs Clean-Ups, Mulching, Mowing & More (330) 459-3209

SPRING Cleanups, mulching, shrub trimming, mowing, landscape design, (330) 686-3181

STUMP GRINDING & ROTOTILLING Gary (330) 979-7257 TALLMADGE ONLY. 28 yrs exp. Landscape, mow, spring clean-up, lawn install, dethatch, aerate, roll, till & more. Comm'l/Res'l. Insured. Free est. Eric 330-607-8846

TILL MASTERS+ Now scheduling Spring Vegetable Garden & Flower Bed Tilling. Free Ests. Exc. rates. Ed 586-610-2498 330- 347-1283

*CARE ABOUT QUALITY?* J.R. SHOUP, LLC Locksmith & Safe Repair, Electronic Access, CC TV Est 1908 (330)434-4026

890 Masonry !! WALLER MASONRY !! Steps, Chimneys, Repairs & Sm. Jobs, Free Est. (330)323-9534.

A Falling Chimney/Broken Steps? Brick/Block, Tuck Pointing, Fast, Reliable, Very Reasonable. 330-701-1397 Pat

Chimneys L.J.'s Small Mason Job's Brick, Block, Concrete, Stone. Repair, Replace, Tuck Pointing. Patios, Steps, Foundations. Senior & Veteran disc. Free Est. 330-697-3092 or 330-203-6262

910 Moving FURNITURE SERVICES INC. Fully Insured Professional Movers. Free Ests. 330-620-3810

915 Music Lessons AKRON U Student Music Major Teaching PIANO & FLUTE in Your Home. 330-929-4506

LOCAL guitar teacher for info visit or call Drew Thompson (330) 357-6843

925 Painting

!Painting ! !!A1 HAGAN & Remodeling 25+ Exp

• Interior/Ext painting Free est • Dry wall & plaster repair txtr. • Paper removal 330-459-0468


1000's SATISFIED CUST Int/Ext. Low Rates. Free Est. 30 yrs exp. (330)957-9532 !Advantage Painting & Power Wash

Int/Ext., Res., Comm. & Industrial. (330) 673-4990 or 283-6927

* PROFESSIONAL * Painting, plaster repair, paper removal, ceiling texturing, & more. Done by ex fireman. 27 yrs exp. (330) 608-1197 19 yrs exp Paint or Wallpapering including wall repair/prep. Ann Winnen owner330-655-2604

ABSOLUTE PAINT & PRESSURE WASH Deck Staining & Painting. Amazing Deal! House, Deck & Gutter Only $199 330-310-1224

All Ohio Painting/Powerwash Spring savings: decks, gar, alum, wood. Refs, Ins (330)203-8157

Aluminum & Cedar Experts • Interior and Exterior Painting • Power Washing Insured, Guarantee, References Free Estimates Visa/MC/Disc Phone: 330-633-1020

ANDREA'S Impressive Interiors Prof. wpr. removal, installation, painting & int. design consulting. 20+ yrs exp, affordable prices, free est., exc. refs 330-487-0834

PAGE 70 SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2012 925 Painting BARB'S PAINT & PAPER All your int. needs, years of local exp. Refs Color consult 330-798-0936 Budget Paint & Drywall Int. & Ext. Painting, Powerwashing, Fully Ins'd, Sr Disc Free est. • 330-431-8602

DALE'S REMODELING, Painting & repair work 30 yrs. experience 234-678-5565 Small jobs welcome


A reliable co. trusted in homes and businesses for over 25 yrs. • Interior & Exterior • Wood, Vinyl & Alum siding • Pressure Washing and Decks • Wallpaper & Removal • Drywall and Wood Repairs • Insured, Free Estimates


Dunton Painting

Int./exterior, insured, 35 yrs exp. (330) 858-4041

GORDON'S PAINTING Int/ext rms $90, power wash, 25 yrs exp Insr'd. Free Est 330-285-0938

Mencini's Painting 330-945-8345 We will do quality work, return your call, give fair price.

PAINTING- Int/Ext, quality work, reas rates. Free est. Fully ins. Joe (330)926-9474 or 330-805-0299

QUALITY Painting, interior, reasonable rates, free estimates. Call Ron, 330-990-4825 cell T & M PAINTING CO Interior & Exterior painting, drywall, power wash, carpentry and more. Refs avail. Call Tom for free estimate 330-633-0261 330-687-7404

THE PICKY PAINTER Winter Specials! Interior/Ext. Ins. Mark Leiby (330)688-3153

935 Decks / Patio ! ! ! ! ! DECK CLEANING sealing, staining. Weaver Restoration (330) 801-0612 Pkg Discounts. #1 J.C. DECK MASTERS We do it all! 330-329-8389 (330) 655-6756 330-328-2045

#1 KM CONSTRUCTION Quality Decks & Patios, Best Pricing Guaranteed, Free Est., Refs., (330)807-2608

* G&K DECKS New Deck Construction & deck repair. Free est. 330-653-9666 / 330-334-6537

25 YEARS of designing & building landscape construction. Call Perfect Patios & Landscape, 330-784-4483.

DECK CLEANING & SEALING 25 years exp. Family owned & operated. Deck Cleaning as low as $65. We also clean Fences, Siding, Driveways, Sidewalk, Patios & Much More! Senior Discount FREE ESTIMATE Call Now


Power Wash & Stain decks at low rates. Years of experience Call Rob 330-618-1605

960 Plaster / Drywall " REASONABLE RATES " 330-459-7475 Call Tom Roberts

19 yrs Professional, reliable service. Small jobs welcome. Ann Winnen owner330-655-2604 36yrs exp wall-ceiling repair/updates plaster/texture/drywall/ paint Best rates Mr Kramer 929-2057


965 Plumbing



! ! ! ! ! CHECK MARK PLUMBING Drain Cleaning, Kitchen & bath remodeling, Waterproofing, Outside Drainage, Wells, Reas. Rates for Today's Economy. 330-352-9056

! !WE repair toilets, faucets, water heaters. Jensen Reiche Plumbing. 330-655-9744 VI/MC #17948 ABLE Plumbing, Sewer & Drain Cleaning, Backflow testing. Fair Price. MC/Vi/Disc. 330-431-7970

Correct Plumbing & Drain Inc.

"Our Name Says It All" Complete plumbing & drain service. Free est. Lic. 21345 $25 off 1st svc.* 23½ hr svc. *Mention ad


Drains Cleaned $39.95 & Up Call for your FREE Price. Complete Plumbing Repair Serv CITY DRAIN 330-701-8534

GOLDEN DOG PLUMBING Residential repairs & service, New installations, Reliable, Courteous, Professional. Licensed - Insured OH lic#10671 Cell 330-221-9915

J & J Plumbing & Drain repair replace unclogs lic Ins Disc w/ad VI/MC 330-688-1220 or 297-7227

JEFF THE PLUMBER Plumbing & Drain Ask about monthly special. 330-940-2600 We Do It All!

OHIO Plumbing & Heating Services

• 24 Hour Service. • Seniors Discount. • Free est. 42 yrs exp.

(330) 467-1960 WE DO SERVICE WORK! Quality repair & replacements of faucets, sinks, tubs, toilets, disposers, water heaters, sump pumps. Drain Cleaning. Professional work by exp techs. 330-928-9230 Lic. #17744

980 Power Washing

!Decks-houses-etc.330-459-0468 ! !!A1 HAGAN !! !! !! !! Absolutely The Best POWER WASHING, does it all! 20 yrs exp, local, lic. ins. Areas Finest 330-256-8659

!!!!!!!DAN'S PROPERTY MAINT. Spring is here. Time to pressure clean your decks & houses. Also painting & staining, etc. (330) 571-1161

!CLEANING All surfaces/aspects. Roof stain Weaver Restoration 330-801-0612 25 yrs exp. A A Window Washing & Power Washing Free ests. Lic, Bonded, Insured 330-696-3516

DRYWALL / Plastering / Painting 30yrs exp Bsmts & water damage (330) 628-0067 (330)571-1590

ABSOLUTE PAINT & PRESSURE WASH Deck Staining & Painting. Amazing Deal! House, Deck & Gutter Only $199 330-310-1224


ALL IN 1 Powerwashing, Deck Staining & Window Cleaning 10% off Justin 330-618-0471 v/mc

980 Power Washing

1000 Roofing & Spouting

BUCKEYE ELITE Pressure Cleaning Services Comm/res Free est 330-590-7398

H & M HOME IMPROVEMENT Fully insured. Affordable roofing 330-256-0524 330-784-7648


JAMES WOOD ROOFING QUALITY REPAIR 40 years experience, Insured. 330-633-8552 or 330-351-4472

Houses, decks, patios cleaned & sealed. Refs/Ins. Free estimates. Serving the community for 28 yrs

(330)630-0862 Powerwash ANYTHING, Paint houses, decks, fences, etc. Low rates. Prof'l. Rob 330-618-1605

1000 Roofing & Spouting ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! HAGAN CONST. Roofing, siding, gutters, repairs, Lic, ins, 25yrs. exp. Small jobs OK 330-329-8392 (330)922-3202

! ! ! ! ! ! Affordable Roofing ! ! ! ! ! ! Prestige Home Improvements Flat roofs • Re-roofs • Tear-offs, Repairs • Roof Cleaning • Gutters 21 yrs exp. Licensed & Ref's. All Work Guaranteed • 330-907-6013

! ! !Roof stain removal, prevention seamless gutter installs Weaver Restoration 330- 325-0239

! ! CANON CONSTRUCTION ! ! Residential, Commercial, Storm damage specialist, 20 years exp. Fully insured. Free inspection, Free estimate We'll beat any price. Senior, Military, Police discount. (330) 958-4866

! ! Wolf Roof Cleaning & Repair roof stain/streaks, moss removal & all roof repairs 330.688.9642 ! TALLMADGE ROOFING ! Wind & hail ins claims, Windows, siding. roofing, All your res repair needs. 330 678-2355 VI/MC

!!!! ACE Ugly Roof Stain Removal/ Roofing Free Estimates • 330-323-2950

"Celebrating 16 years" New Roofs,Reroofs, Quality Roof Repairs, Proper Ventilation, Gutters Free Inspection/Estimate. Call 330-630-2729 BBB Accredited Business

*The Roofing Guy see our ad in AT&T Yellow Bk & User Friendly Yellow Pages 330-328-7323


Re-roofs, Repairs & More. BBB Accredited Business Angie's List. Insured & Bonded 330-487-5838

ROOFING SOLUTIONS Specializing in Re-Roofing and Repairs with quality work at a fair price. For free estimate please contact Paul-Mark 330-473-2369

TOP quality roofing & siding work, New insurance & repairs, Low Spring Rates. 330-842-3299

When You Want It Done Right Additions / Roofing / Siding Windows / Gutters Call Us 330-650-5322 For a Free Estimate Lic'd/Bonded/Ins/Worker Comp Best Warranty in America 6395 Chittenden Road, Hudson

1020 Sewing Machine Repair Akron Sewing Machine Ctr. 330-633-3333 FREE estimates We sell machines too!

SEWING MACHINE HOSPITAL "We make house calls" 330-929-2702

1025 Sewing / Alterations ALTERATIONS & MENDING Reasonable Rates. Call Brad in Tallmadge (330) 633-3641.

1055 Top Soil

!!!Spring Mulch Special!!! Dbl Shredded Hardwood/Dark Brn ALL Organic / Excellent Quality Also avail. topsoil or try our leaf compost. Great enhancement for or flower bed soil. The results will be unbelievable. All products $21/yd. / free local del. w/10 yds or more. MC/Visa/AE Pro Tree 330-929-1102

BEST PRICE TRUCKING Screened top soil, mulch, gravel, fill dirt, straw, dozer 330-808-2318


Tear-offs Reroofs Flat Roofs Repairs Skylights Free Estimates BBB Accredited (330) 929-7755

ALL IN 1 Roofing/Gutter Repairs, Tearoff/Reroofs Wind/Storm dam Free est Justin 330-618-0471 vi/m

TOP SOIL $19.50/yd. Mulch all types starting $20.50/yd. 330- 701-5738

TOP SOIL & MULCH ASPHALT GRINDINGS 330-923-7101 or 330-388-6477


MULCH • TOPSOIL Tree & Landscape Since 1983

1070 Tree Service !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! � ENTERPRISE TREE�� Tree removal, Tree trimming, Crane service, Stump grinding. WILL BEAT ANY PRICE 330-676-1607 330-805-0244/1-866-683-3193




Complete Tree & Stump Serv

Pro Tree, Inc.

Serving the Area for 34 yrs Fully Insured, Workers Comp Free Estimates, MC/VI/AMEX A Drug Free Workplace BBB Accredited Business Member of Angie's List

! ! ! ! Tree Works Spring Cleanup, Spring Specials. Tree removal, trimming, Bucket work, Fully ins. 330-388-4060 Senior, Police & Military Discounts.

!! FALLS TREE !! Complete Tree Service


Fully Insured • Removal • Pruning • Cabling • Stump • Feeding • Storms Providing Excellent Service Since 1972

Call for Spring Pricing.


MUELLER TREE Professional tree removal, trim, stump grinding & bucket service Fully ins. Free est. Best Prices, Prompt Service!

(330) 633-7070 * FLEMING'S TREE SERVICE * Tree & Shrub Trimming, Dead wooding, Thin Out, Removal, Stump Removal, Free Est., Fully Ins'd, 23 yrs exp., (330) 688-5924

1-800-231-4320 HEETER ENTERPRISES Tree Removal Specialists Free Estimate • Fully Insured Serving your area 41 years "We Solve Drainage Problems"

All American Tree & Stump Grinding free est, fully insr'd, reas. rates, sr disc Dave 330- 388-0425

BACKYARD STUMP REMOVAL Trees & bushes removed & trimmed. Free est., great prices. Thank you 330-699-7411.

COMPLETE tree service, stump grinding, mulch & topsoil. Insured. Free est. Locally Owned. Loddo's Tree 330-697-0736

DOUG'S Tree Srv. Bucket Truck, Crane, Chipper, Stump Grinder 25 yrs exp. Fully Ins Free Estimates. SAVE ! ! ! 330-794-9673

HOMETOWN STUMP GRINDING . Free Est by local firefighter (330)612-3628 LALLATHIN'S LAWN CARE, Stump Grinding, Spring Cleanup, Mulching. (330) 297-6569





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New, Re-Roofs & Repairs FREE Inspections FREE Estimates Hail & Storm Damage Reports

DeVault Construction Co., Inc. Insurance Work & General Contracting Top Quality Work Since 1978


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Call David DeVault 330-842-3299 2708 Front Street Cuyahoga Falls The Trusted Name for over 45 Years




• Additions • Residential • Commercial • Remodeling • We design and build!

For an Estimate Call


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You can always find a good catch

In the Classifieds

MULCH • TOPSOIL Tree & Landscape Since 1983

1075 Trenching !!!!!!! DAN' S TRENCHING Company owner. Call for pricing. Up to 3 ft. deep 8" wide 330-571-1161

• Kitchens • Bathrooms


1085 TV / VCR Repair (1) $5 est repair fee w/ad! All makes/models. Pro-Tec Electronics, 3879 State Rd. Cuy. Falls, (330)923-3191. Free service call fee w/any in-home repair!! TV's FIXED IN YOUR HOME! All brands, any size & model BBB Accredited Business Senior Discounts. VIDEOTECH 330-630-8844 I also sell used HI-DEF TV's!

1100 Wallpapering

You've talked to the rest, Now call the BEST!! 1-855 ULTRA-DRY (858-7237)

GEO'S EXCAVATING LLC Est. 1990. Locally owned waterproofing experts. BBB Accredited Business. 330-573-3691 Rhodes' Waterproofing Int/Ext Systems downspouts, froundation repairs, concrete tear out & replacement. Call (330) 701-9710for free est.

1130 Windows ! ! !CLEANING Windows int./ext. Weaver Restoration 25 years exp. 330-801-0612

A A Window Washing • Free ests. Lic, Bonded, Insured 10% senior disc. 330-696-3516

ALL IN 1 WINDOW CLEANING & POWER WASHING Free RainX Free est. Justin 330-618-0471

BUCKEYE WINDOW CLEANING Spring Rates Free on-site quote (216) 835-9016

REPLACEMENT WINDOWS Any brand or style. Also vinyl siding, call Bob Lopeman 330-867-7120

19 yrs exp Paint or Wallpapering including wall repair/prep. Ann Winnen owner330-655-2604 Streak Free Window Washing & & Power Washing Res/Comm, Bonded, Ins Call 330-607-7910 or 330-608-0850 For Free Quote

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CUYAHOGA FALLS 1734 7TH ST $98,000 3BD, 1BA Lori Lambert 330-801-0661

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CUYAHOGA FALLS 2459 14TH ST $119,999 3BD, 1BA Teresa Fiorentino 330-760-0697

CUYAHOGA FALLSOPEN 25 ADAMS AVE $112,300 3BD, 1BA Eric Wachtel 330-328-2862

CUYAHOGA FALLS 3081 SCOTT ST $105,000 4BD. 1.5BA Jim Wilmoth 330-388-9283 N N SU OPE0 -2 :3 0 1:0

CUYAHOGA FALLS 2950 ARCHWOOD PLACE $109,900 4BD, 2BA Cindy Boggs 330-322-7999

CUYAHOGA FALLS 614 JAMES AVE $40,000 1BD, 1.5BA Susane Sampson 330-715-0719 N N SU OPE0 - 3 :3 0 2 :0

CUYAHOGA FALLS 515 MEREDITH LN $55,000 2BD, 2BA Patty Koehl 330-592-3298

MUNROE FALLS 116 SILVER VALLEY BLVD $119,900 2BD, 2.5BA Jean Bogden 330-388-4609

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STOW 3897 HERON CT $155,000 3BD, 2BA Valerie Ursetta 330-592-6711 N N SU OPE0 - 4 :30 3 :0


STOW 4499 COX DR $69,900 2BD, 1.5BA Barbara Oakes 330-388-9283 N N SU OPE0 -2 :3 0 1:0

CUYAHOGA FALLS 2935 HUDSON DR $94,900 4BD, 1BA Steve Kelly 330-571-1194

NORTHAMPTON 3354 BROOKSIDE $103,900 2BD, 2BA Terri Morgan 330-996-0564

STOW 4815 SHINING WILLOW BLVD $274,900 5BD, 2.5BA Bonnie Cook 330-730-6263 N N SU OPE0 -2 :3 0 1:0

STOW 2152 STONEBRIDGE CROSSING $325,000 2BD, 3BA Susane Sampson 330-715-0719

STOW 1601 ARNDALE RD $149,900 3BD, 1BA Susane Sampson 330-715-0719

TALLMADGE 857 ASHMUN AVE $189,900 3BD, 2.5BA C. Bibbee 330-808-2611 J.West 330-697-4360

CUYAHOGA FALLS 2590 26TH STREET $119,000 3BD, 1.5BA Donna Tanno 330-731-7611

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CUYAHOGA FALLS 99 CHRISTY DR $89,000 2BD, 2BA Cunningham 330-329-6938 Hale 330-714-2582

CUYAHOGA FALLS 1856 18TH ST $117,000 3BD, 1.1 BA Jim Wilmoth 330-388-9823

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CUYAHOGA FALLS 944 SNOWFALL SPUR #29B $49,900 2BD, 1.5BA Donna Tanno 330-931-7611

NORTHAMPTON 884 SNOWFALL SPUR #10 $89,900 2BD, 2.5BA Harriet Wallace 330-958-0304 N N SU OPE0 -2 :3 0 1:0

STOW 3265 CROWN POINTE DR$269,900 4BD, 3.5BA J. Kovitch 330-401-9604 J. West 330-697-4360

KENT 161 MAJORS LN $244,900 4BD, 2.5BA Carol Coia 330-802-3161

KENT 1289 COLLEEN ST $159,900 3BD, 2BA Barry Brizes 330-329-7725

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NORTHAMPTON 3424 W.PRESCOTT CIR $112,000 2BD, 1.5BA Harriet Wallace 330-958-0304

SILVER LAKE 3106 ORCHARD RD $238,900 3BD, 3BA Teresa Fiorentino 330-760-0697

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STOW 1852 HIBBARD DR $150,000 3BD, 2BA Teresa Fiorentino 330-760-0697

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STOW 4576 BUNKER LN $240,000 4BD, 2.5BA S. Morter 330-329-1279 V. Ursetta 330-592-6711 N N SU OPE0 -2 :3 0 1:0

TALLMADGE 269 SOUTHEAST AVE $118,900 3BD, 1BA Jim West 330-697-4360

STOW 1382 WHIPPOORWILL TRL $195,000 4BD, 2.5BA Barry Brizes 330-329-7725

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TALLMADGE 1620 NORTHEAST AVENUE $229,000 4BD, 2BA Lambert 330-801-0661

CUYAHOGA FALLS 586 MEREDITH LANE $119,900 2BD, 2BA E. Hale 330-714-2582 C. Cunningham 330-329-6938


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STOW 3359 CHURCHILL DOWNS $323,000 5BD, 3.5BA Nancy Reitz 330-221-1412

CUYAHOGA FALLS 540 MEREDITH LANE $64,900 2BD, 2BA Barbara Oakes 330-388-9283

CUYAHOGA FALLS 868 BARNES AVE $119,900 3BD, 1BA Valerie Ursetta 330-592-6711

STOW 5007 BAYSIDE LAKE BLVD $282,900 4BD, 2.5BA Barbara Oakes 330-388-9283 N N SU OPE0 - 3 :0 0 1:3

STOW 3671 NORTHPORT DR $84,900 3BD, 1.5BA Barry Brizes 330-329-7725

STOW 4065 FALCONSWALK CT #5 $149,900 3BD, 2BA Valerie Ursetta 330-592-6711


TALLMADGE 486 DOTTIE $128,900 2BD, 2BA Barb Oakes 330-388-9283

TALLMADGE 550 NORTH AVE $165,000 4BD, 2BA Robin Costello 330-730-9470

STOW 2890 WOODBRIDGE LN$232,900 4BD, 2.5BA Jim West 330-697-4360

MUNROE FALLS 97 SILVER VALLEY $95,000 3BD, 2.5BA Barry Brizes 330-329-7725 N N SU OPE 0 -1:3 0 12 :0

STOW 2850 SAYBROOKE BLVD, $159,900 3BD, 1.5BA Mary Markulis 330-618-2118 N N SU OPE0 - 4 :0 0 2 :0

STOW 3887 LEEWOOD RD $162,900 3BD, 2BA Julie Schultz 330-573-4691 N N SU OPE0 - 3 :3 0 2 :0

STOW 1402 CHEROKEE TR $147,900 3BD, 1.5BA Mary Markulis 330-618-2118 N N SU OPE0 - 4 :0 0 2 :0

STOW 4806 YOUNG RD $239,900 3BD, 2.5BA Jim Wilmoth 330-388-9823

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TALLMADGE 650 N. RIDGECLIFF ST $184,900 3BD, 3BA H. Bailey330-633-7200 J. West 330-697-4360

TALLMADGE 207 KENSINGTON PARK CIR $369,000 4BD, 4.5BA H. Bailey 330-633-7200 J.West 330-697-4360

3925 DARROW ROAD, STOW, OHIO 44224 (330) 686-1166

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