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Chagrin Falls Dads’ Club puts the FUN in fundraising By LAURI GROSS With a motto of “Get involved, have fun, make a difference,” the Chagrin Falls Dads’ Club is pretty hard not to like. Except maybe if you are comparing your own fundraising efforts to theirs and you realize the Chagrin Falls Dads’ Club reigns supreme. Founded in 1996, the non-profit club seeks to improve the educational, recreational and social opportunities available to the children of the Chagrin Falls School District, and to promote good fellowship and a sense of community among all who participate in the organization and in their events. Judging by the long list of the group’s accomplishments and the smiles on the faces of participants, volunteers, beneficiaries and attendees, there can be no doubt that this is a group to be reckoned with. With the nearly $350,000 they have raised and donated so far, the Chagrin Falls Dads’ Club has provided more than $45,000 worth of interactive classroom technologies for all Chagrin schools, built the comfort station at the Gurney Elementary School ballfields, provides funding support for the annual holiday show at Gurney, provided for the renovation and re-construction of the Gurney playground, provided funding for continuing education for teachers, supplied new basketball backboards and rims at Chagrin Falls Intermediate School, purchased new power tools for the Chagrin Falls High School art department, gave about half of the $45,000 necessary to replace the
Two friends enjoy the annual Chagrin Falls Dads' Club Family Picnic.
Chagrin Falls High School 20-year-old marching band uniforms and plenty more. There are impressive numbers of dedicated people behind the equally impressive statistics that define this group. Members and supporters provide manual labor for tasks like building playgrounds, orchestrating parking, helping to renovate stadium bathrooms, etc., not to mention the hoards of volunteers who staff the fundraising events themselves. For instance, at a poker festival held at Jacobs Pavillion at Nautica every summer, the Chagrin Falls Dads’ Club is one group of many that each take on the duty of running the festival for several days, and keeping the proceeds from those days. It takes
Members of the Chagrin Falls Dads' Club enjoy helping an eagle scout earn his wings by building a trail around the Gurney School ball fields.
hundreds of volunteers to pull this off. Between 30 to 40 are there every minute of the festival. There is also an annual golf outing, a family picnic, a dinner dance and more. Immediate past president, former vice president of fundraising and current board member of the Chagrin Falls Dads’ Club, Joe Marquette said, “People may not have a lot of time on their hands but we offer a forum conducive to work schedules. A lot of what we do is labor intensive, so Dads can spend a Saturday helping to build a playground or fixing ballfields but they may not be able to serve on a committee all year. So it works. We fill a gap by providing a way for families to get involved.” The annual family picnic is one of the biggest events of the year for the Chagrin Falls Dads’ Club, which typically lists about 200 members on its roster. Usually around 75 families come to enjoy the picnic, which of course includes plenty to keep all family members active and happy. Membership comes with $40 annual dues and no obligation to attend every meeting or help on events (though doing so is, of course, encouraged). “Our casual nature allows for camaraderie and friendships,” said Mr. Marquette. “We enjoy each other’s company. so it is easy for people to stay involved even when their kids graduate. It’s a fun group and we are making a difference in what our kids can do in Chagrin Falls.” For information, visit Chagrindads.com.
Kids compete in the Tug-of-War at the annual Chagrin Falls Dads' Club Family Picnic. (Photos courtesy the Chagrin Falls Dads' Club)
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Make your customers take notice By LAURI GROSS Back in the day, if you wanted to advertise your product, you didn’t need to look any farther than Larry Tate. Remember Larry Tate? He was Darrin Stephens’ boss at the McMann and Tate advertising agency on “Bewitched,” the fab television show that made its debut in 1964. Larry and Darrin could really come up with hip advertising slogans. But, as I am clearly not the first to say, things are more complicated today. Including advertising. Today, if you want people to notice you, you need more than Larry. You need Eric. And Adam and Kevin, and Sam and Jim. These five own and/or operate local companies that ensure your customers know you’re there, even in today’s over-the-top ad clutter. And they’re as hip as Larry and Darrin any day.
(top) SpoonDrawer Media owner Adam Lapsevich coaches a client before shooting a website video. (middle) Sam Costiuc, owner of Sign-A-Rama Mayfield, at the wide-format printer. (bottom) Jim McKowne, the local senior representative for Screenvision helps clients promote their company or product on the big screen in area movie theaters.
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Signs by Tomorrow 216-663-1000 Eric Hamilton, owner of Signs by Tomorrow in Maple Heights, says he is in the “helpyou-get-noticed” business. As the name says, the company makes signs, and they really can make them by tomorrow. For certain signs, in certain cases where a customer has their design ready to go, placing an order by noon means you get your sign the next day by 4 p.m. No matter if you’re in a hurry or not, Mr. Hamilton and his team will make sure you are taken care of. “People thank us for taking the time to get the job done right,” said Mr. Hamilton. The front of his shop features samples displayed in a
showroom. Clients meet with designers in the back, where the actual signs are created. Whether someone needs a simple “Happy Birthday” banner, a large magnet for a van, a sign to mark the entrance to their neighborhood development, window graphics, tradeshow booth displays or a sandwich-board sign for the front of a business, it all begins with a computer file. Then a large-format printer and a plotter get to work and voila! You are definitely getting noticed. Sign-A-Rama Mayfield 440-4420-5002 Sign-A-Rama Mayfield offers another option for having your company signs made (or banners, vehicle magnets, tradeshow displays, real estate signs, etc.) Samuel Costiuc owns and operates the Mayfield location. The largest full-service sign company in the world, with more than 900 locations in 50 countries, Sign-A-Rama provides as much or as little guidance as customers need. Already have your logo and the design of your sign in mind? Use the free online design center at Signarama-Mayfield.com. Use Sign-A-Rama templates or a completely original design of your own making. Upload it and Mr. Costiuc and his team will create it. Need a little more help? The Sign-A-Rama Mayfield design team can help you each step of the way, including installing your finished product. “Customer service and relationships are what we are built on,” said Mr. Costiuc. “We deliver what we promise and we deliver it on time.”
SpoonDrawer Media Group 440-893-0900 OK, so you’ve properly identified your company’s physical location but you can’t forget your other location — your virtual one. Adam Lapsevich, owner of SpoonDrawer Media Group in Chagrin Falls Village can help. A video production and digital marketing agency, SpoonDrawer (formerly Digital Design Video) creates robust, feature-rich websites that incorporate contact-management tools, video and more. Consider a video version of a product-instruction manual, an overview of your company or your FAQs answered Crockett, production manager at by videos of actual employees. “Once Teresa SpoonDrawer Media shoots video for a people understand why they should client's website. use video, I teach them how they can do many of these things on their own, from video blogging to making short mysterious. Scan one with your smart videos with an iPhone, or posting video phone and in an instant, your phone is showing you the website of the company testimonials,” said Mr. Lapsevich. For projects where a client may need a whose code you scanned. The pair are taking this idea several professional, he provides coaching and can do the taping right in his Chagrin Falls steps forward. Scan one of the codes they studio. One of SpoonDrawer’s most popu- have placed — on a pizza box, a restaurant lar offerings is a video business card. Mr. table mat or wherever else they can dream Lapsevich produces these 60-second up — and you are virtually transported not videos that do just what the name says: to a website created for a computer, but a allow clients to briefly share their most mobile website with content created important company info in a professional specifically to be viewed on phone. When a customer scans your business platform. code, your mobile site can automatically email them a coupon, or call your busiCode Green Mobile Marketing ness, or present any other content you 440-256-3580 You know those small squares of squig- want them to have on their phone at that gly lines printed on products, advertise- moment. Plenty of websites offer to generments and plenty of other places these ate QR codes for free but without specialdays? You were hoping to ignore them, ized content, and a plan for how, where weren’t you? Kevin Potter, owner of Code and when to place that code in the public Green Mobile Marketing in Kirtland isn’t eye, the code itself isn’t likely to do your business much good. going to let that happen. Code Green doesn’t just help compaIn a move that merges the humble pizza box with cutting-edge marketing tech- nies increase visibility through mobile nology, Mr. Potter and his partner Kerry websites. It does so while being green Kozlowski are helping companies get itself: making pizza boxes with recycled noticed by way of those mysterious little materials, using vegetable and/or acid-free squares. Known as QR codes, or quick- inks, and also planting trees and saving response codes, they aren’t really that acres of rainforest in the name of clients
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Shop, learn, grow at Lowe’s Something is always in bloom inside the Lowe’s greenhouse. (photos by Itamar Gat)
By LAURI GROSS We usually decide what to wear based on where we are going. Going to meet with the florist to choose flowers for your wedding? You have just the outfit. Running off to attend a seminar on caring for your houseplants? No problem. Heading out to shop for some cute fashion accessories at your favorite boutique? You can handle that. Or, stopping by the garden center to load your car with bags of mulch? Your old, torn jeans will do just fine. But what if you are going to all these places at once? Now that could be a fashion challenge — but it happens every day at Lowe’s Greenhouse in Bainbridge Township since Lowe’s offers all that and much more. And don’t worry, they’ll treat you with the same great service no matter what you wear. As the Lowe’s website officially states, “For more than 80 years, Lowe’s Greenhouse, Florist and Gift Shop has 42 Chagrin Valley Magazine 2012-2013
been the place to go for a wide selection of plants, a helpful and knowledgeable staff, and an environment of honesty and integrity committed to community service.” That part has stayed the same but much has changed, also. The soil room, where they used to make their own potting soil with compost, a steam generator, a tractor, wheelbarrows and plenty of elbow grease, is now the computer room, housing all sorts of technology and not a single tractor. More profound than physical changes, however, are the changes to the experience of visiting Lowe’s. Lowe’s still carries an eye-popping assortment of flowers, vegetables and herbs, groundcovers, shrubs and trees, houseplants, roses, perennials and just about everything else that grows. But here is a partial list of what else Lowe’s is, and does, and offers: • Their gift shop is really a beautiful boutique with an ever-changing assortment of clothing, coats, purses, jewelry,
shoes, sandals, boots, candles, birdfeeders, statuary, wind chimes, pottery and more. • Their floral department can set you up with a perfect bouquet of fresh-cut flowers for a sick friend or for your own dining room table, or outfit your whole wedding with flowers. In a single year, it is not unusual for Lowe’s talented floral designers to beautify up to 150 weddings. • The experts at Lowe’s will do as much of your yard and garden work and landscaping as you like, including complete design and install services. Or, they will happily teach you to do it yourself in their many seminars and workshops. Recently, these have included topics such as pruning trees, filling a hanging basket, creating a terrarium, getting the most from your vegetable and herb garden, learning the basics about choosing and caring for houseplants and landscape tutorials. Many of these classes are free. • There is even an Easter Egg hunt and
Lowe’s owner, Jeff Griff with one of his company vans.
periodic customer appreciation days where visitors enjoy complimentary snacks and beverages and discounts on plenty of items. • In addition, the staff at Lowe’s loves to give advice. Have a sick plant? Bring in a few leaves and let Lowe’s plant doctors take a look. Have soil issues, or too much shade, or trying to decide among the many types of mulch? You are sure to find the answer at Lowe’s.
Lowe’s florist Terry Mascia arranges a display of Glenda Gies handmade bags in the Lowe’s giftshop.
Owner Jeff Griff, whose grandfather bought the business from its original owner nearly 60 years ago, feels that having strong connections throughout the community is vital to the Lowe’s business plan. This ideology manifests itself in the donations Lowe’s regularly makes to charitable causes, and in the fact that Lowe’s serves as a pick-up location for members of the Geauga Family Farms CSA (community supported agriculture), that each
Sunday in January and February, the Lowe’s greenhouses are transformed into a community garage sale, and more. With so much to love about Lowe’s, deciding when to leave the store may be harder than deciding how to dress for the occasion. For more information, call 440-543-5123 or visit Lowesgreenhouse.com.
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(top left) Instructor Tom Nagy fine-tunes his students' moves during a Kenston Community Education fencing class held at the Kenston Intermediate School. (top right) Kids enjoy a hands-on science fun camp offered through Chagrin Falls Community Education. (bottom left) Karate instructor Carlos Robinson coaches nine-year-old Alexis Lytle in a Kenston Community Education karate class held at the Kenston Intermediate School. (bottom right) Chagrin Valley Recreation Center lifeguards Claire Kampman and Tom Wintering teach a swim class offered in the Chagrin Falls Community Education program catalog. (Photos by Itamar Gat)
Keeping the Chagrin Valley active By LAURI GROSS Ahhh, the Chagrin Valley. Plenty of bucolic green space dotted with quaint villages and interspersed with scenic lakes. You’d think all anyone ever does around here is relax in the leisurely environment. Well, the truth is, there is a lot happening here and activity is the name of the game. See that school? Those classrooms are bustling even when school’s out. Know that community center? Never a dull moment there, either. How about the Golf Dome, The Pond ice skating arena, the parks, the yoga studios and the horse arenas? All are a hub for various groups coming and going, well beyond normal business hours. What’s behind this non-stop action? A couple of community-minded organizations determined to keep all of us discovering, learning, playing and growing, that’s what. Kenston Community Education and Chagrin Falls Community Education conspire to keep residents of the Chagrin Valley engaged and active in every season, on every day and at every age. From catalogs bursting with literally hundreds of options, area residents have no problem finding a class, a seminar, an outing or an experience to interest them although it may be a challenge narrowing down those choices to a manageable list. 44 Chagrin Valley Magazine 2012-2013
Kenston Community Education began in 1976 with the formation of the AuburnBainbridge Joint Recreation Board. Since then, KCE has gone through some organizational and administrative shuffling but the mission of the group has stayed the same: to provide recreational and enrichment opportunities at the highest level of service, in the broadest selection of programs at the most affordable prices. The low point for the group came about seven years ago when KCE found itself nearly $100,000 in debt. “Some in the community said we had to shut the doors,” recalled Jennifer Holzheimer, director of KCE. “But the people said, ‘No. There is value here.’ We worked hard to get out of debt and three years later, we were debt free. We have grown every year for the last four years, in terms of revenue and participation. Even in the recession, we grew. The community clearly trusts us again.” With a staff of six part-time employees, Ms. Holzheimer — the only full-time KCE employee — puts out a catalog of programs three times a year. In addition to program listings, the book includes ads from sponsoring groups, many of who also offer classes through KCE, as well as mail or faxin registration forms for many of the youth sports programs. Participants can also register for classes in person, on the phone or at kenstoncommunityed.org.
Officially, KCE is open only on Tuesdays and Thursdays but in reality, Ms. Holzheimer is nearly always available at the KCE office, located in a wing connected to the Kenston Middle School, or at one of the area facilities where KCE classes are held. These facilities include the libraries, gyms, cafeterias, labs and classrooms of all the Kenston schools, plus just about any place you can think of, from the Chagrin Valley Athletic Club to Bainbridge Town Hall, the Chagrin Valley Roller Rink, the Federated Church Family Life Center, Valley Art Center, etc. Chagrin Falls Community Education also makes use of plenty of community facilities. Kenston Community Education and Chagrin Falls Community Education offer similar types of programs in categories such as classes for seniors; arts, crafts and hobbies; computers and technology; business and finance; health, fitness, yoga and dance; adult recreation and sports; preschool programs; recreation, sports and enrichment camps and clinics; summer camps; dog obedience; foreign languages; cooking; photography; gardening; home design; woodworking; writing; sewing; parenting; fishing; and much more. Ray Haase founded Chagrin Falls Community Education when he retired from teaching 12 years ago. “Nothing like it existed,” he said. “At that time, if you were
taking these classes, it was through Kenston. The former director of the Kenston program was my mentor. In our first year, we offered about 10 classes. We had no program guide so instead I passed out flyers at football games.” Mr. Haase served as the group’s director until this summer when Mary Beth Wolfe succeeded him, after serving as his assistant. Ms. Wolfe also serves as the director of the Chagrin Valley Recreation Center. Like KCE, Chagrin Falls Community Ed has matured as it has evolved, and now offers three slick catalogs to residents each year. Registration is by mail, fax or phone and the entire catalog is available online. Start at chagrin-falls.K12.oh.us. Click “Community” at the top of the page and then click “Community Education.” Neither KCE nor CFCE use tax dollars. Both are supported solely by registration fees. When deciding which classes to offer, Mr. Haase and Ms. Wolfe both believe it makes sense to look for opportunities that don’t otherwise exist. “If a program is already available in the Chagrin Valley, we don’t try to compete or take that away,” said Ms. Wolfe. In fact, rather than compete with community groups for participants, CFCE partners with several organizations to maximize the benefit for everyone. For instance, outside groups like Math Monkey, Mad Science, Young Rembrandts and Discovery Tours offer programs separate from CFCE, but the classes are listed in the CFCE program. Mayfield Village offers adaptive education programs for children with special needs. CFCE also lists these in their catalog but accepts no fees for doing so. CFCE even produces a version of its catalog for residents in the West Geauga school district. Ideas for new classes in both KCE and CFCE usually come from community members. When someone identifies a need or is able to share their own talent, they will often create a class and serve as the instructor. This collaborative process helps keep the program offerings fresh and reflective of local trends. CFCE registers about 3,000 people per year, while KCE registers more than 5,000. KCE relies on an army of nearly 150 volunteers each year, mainly serving as coaches for recreational sports leagues. Umpires, refs, scorekeepers and others who keep games running smoothly, however, are paid positions that are often filled by middle and high school students. CFCE does not share this need for volunteers since separate groups run their youth sports programs, including the Chagrin Athletic Association and the Chagrin Soccer Association. It is inspiring to consider the immense logistical task of scheduling, staffing and promoting so many programs for so many people nearly every day of the year, especially when you consider how much better off the Chagrin Valley is because of it. Chagrin Valley Magazine 2012-2013 45
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2011-2012 Chagrin Valley Rotary Club Accomplishments The seventy men and women of our club have: - Hosted a foreign exchange student from France - Supported Rotary International's Polio Eradication effort - Honored 18 students from Kenston High School and Chagrin Falls High School as Students of the Month. - Help the Salvation Army by "ringing the Bell" every December. - Distributed dictionaries to third graders at all local schools. - Distributed food baskets to the neediest in our area before Thanksgiving and Christmas. - Volunteered monthly at the Medwish International. - Delivered Meals on Meals to area seniors twice a week. - Supported the Gift of Life to provide heart surgeries to children. - Honored two outstanding local teachers as Teachers of the Year.
Chagrin Valley Rotary Club To learn more, please join us for breakfast any Tuesday morning at 7:15 a.m. in the Betty Patton Room at Kenston Middle School.
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Chamber Valley Chamber of Commerce Awards Congratulations to Chagrin Hardware and Supply, Inc. for being selected as the 2012 Business of the Year. The company has been serving the Chagrin Valley since 1857 and has been in the Shutts family for 72 years. This year Peter Balunek received the Presidential Merit award. Peter is a Vice President at Inverness Life
Steve Dennis, with American Nationwide Mortgage Co., and a member of the Chagrin Valley Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors presents the Business of the Year award to Steve Shutts of Chagrin Hardware and Supply, Inc., (right) and the Presidential Merit award to Peter Balunek, of Inverness Life Services, LLC (top).
Services, LLC and is a very involved community member, dedicating volunteer time to the Western Reserve Land Conservancy, and the Cuyahoga County Bluecoats. At The Chagrin Valley Chamber of Commerce's annual meeting, Chamber president Dr. Robert Lee and Community Chest chairman Peter Balunek recognized students from Newbury, Orange, Chagrin Falls and Kenston High Schools with Student Business Leaders Awards. The students, selected by the Community Chest Committee from several outstanding nominees, each received a $1,000 scholarship. This year's students are Brock Nichols Weber - Chagrin Falls High School; Lindsay Williams - Kenston High School; Katie Barton - Newbury High School; and Jonah Rabb - Orange High School.
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Hawken School University Circle Extension Campus 10823 Magnolia Drive Cleveland, Ohio 44106 440-423-4446 hawken.edu
Reed Financial Services Inc. Gregg J. Terhune 3690 Orange Place, Suite 240 Beachwood, Ohio 44122 216-464-2090 firstname.lastname@example.org
University School Grades 9-12, 2785 SOM Center Road Hunting Valley, Ohio 44022 216-831-2200 Grades K-8, 20701 Brantley Road Shaker Heights, Ohio 44122 216-321-8260 us.edu
BANKING Ohio Commerce Bank 24400 Chagrin Boulevard Suite 100 Beachwood, Ohio 44122-5632 216-910-0550 ohiocommercebank.com Park View Federal Savings Bank 8500 Washington Street Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44023 440-543-8889 parkviewfederal.com
CHILD CARE Ann’s Child Center Inc. 5188 Chillicothe Road South Russell, Ohio 44022 440-338-4499 annschildcenter.com
CONTRACTORS & CONSTRUCTION Hoover Heating & Air Conditioning 7630 Bond Street Solon, Ohio 44139 440-439-2994 hooverhvac.com
FITNESS/WELLNESS Chagrin Yoga 524 E. Washington Street Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44022 440-247-4884 chagrinyoga.com
Clover Electric Inc. 17111 Munn Road P.O. Box 23548 Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44023 440-543-1153 cloverelectric.com
FLOORING Falls Floor Gallery 8547 E. Washington Street Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44023 440-543-1556
CLUBS The Wembley Club 8345 Woodberry Boulevard Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44023 440-543-8171 wembleyclub.com
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HOLISTIC HEALTH Holistic Visionary Chiropractic, Nutrition & Wellness 200 Industrial Parkway, Suite 3 Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44022 440-893-0348 holisticvisionary.com
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REAL ESTATE B. James Byrne Howard Hanna – Chagrin Falls Office 41 North Main Street Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44022 216-956-5336 bjamesbyrne.howardhanna.com Stacy Roman Campbell Keller Williams 29225 Chagrin Boulevard Pepper Pike, Ohio 44124 firstname.lastname@example.org 440-376-9038 topclevelandhomes.com Marcy A. Capadona Keller Williams 29225 Chagrin Boulevard Pepper Pike, Ohio 44124 216-856-0510 mcapadona@KW.com Bob Royer Howard Hanna – Chagrin Falls Office 41 North Main Street Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44022 email@example.com Ann L. Sords Howard Hanna – Gates Mills Office 1501 Chagrin River Road Gates Mills, Ohio 44040 440-667-8066 firstname.lastname@example.org Donna & David Toth Keller Williams 29225 Chagrin Boulevard Pepper Pike, Ohio 44124 email@example.com 216-210-8684 thetothteam.com
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SPECIALTY BUSINESSES Forever Kleen Power Washing, Deck Cleaning, Auto Detailing Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44022 216-346-3012 The Fussy Cleaners 23 S. Franklin Street Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44022 440-893-9155 fussycleaner.com
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All Matters Gallery is a delight for all your senses Cynthia Gale, who owns All Matters Gallery with her husband Rainer Hildenbrand, paints images on one of several hundred prayer bowls she and Rainer create each year. (photos by Itamar Gat)
By LAURI GROSS There are hundreds of artists waiting for the chance to display their work at All Matters Gallery in Chagrin Falls. At any given time, husband-and-wife owners of All Matters, Rainer Hildenbrand and Cynthia Gale, show the work of 50 or 60 artists, including themselves, in a mix that changes with the seasons. How do they choose which art to show? Ms. Gale, whose work has been exhibited in museums, galleries and private collections throughout the United States and in dozens of foreign countries, explained, “Rainer and I believe that art can be healing for body, mind and spirit. We look for artists who seem to also understand that art is more than beauty. Art can heal and bring us peace and reflection and make us feel comforted and more whole and connected to Earth. Most of our artists choose to work with natural materials and have a sensitivity to life on Earth and all that that means. We have wood artists who work with the grain or the burl. We have collage 58 Chagrin Valley Magazine 2012-2013
artists who show the edges of the paper so you can see the plant material. Other artists might carve a bird and make us want to be that snowy owl.” As a result, All Matters Gallery is much more than a beautiful place, though there is no shortage of beauty there, to be sure. Depending on when you visit, the gallery’s steel girders may be hung with huge stained glass pieces or there may be displays of jewelry, stone and crystal gifts, art glass, ceramics, wood carvings and turnings, baskets, sculpture, masks, rattles and dream catchers, drums and flutes, drawings and woodcuts, paintings and prints, collage and multimedia, photographs and more. On any visit you are unlikely to miss the prayer bowls. No two are alike but each begins life in the Earth, at a farm that grows humble gourds. “Gourds have been used for thousands of years by indigenous people,” said Ms. Gale, who travels each fall with her husband to the Annual Gourd Show in Greenville, Ohio, to select the gourds that will become prayer bowls in
All Matters Gallery. Growers come from many states to show their gourds at the Greenville festival, the largest gourd show in the world. “The growers know us,” said Cynthia. “We get there early and we help them unpack so we get the first pick.” Others attend the festival looking for gourds that will become drums or rattles, or birdhouses, or — gasp! — the dreaded tacky gourd Santa. Only the luckiest gourds go home with Rainer and Cynthia to become a beautiful, treasured prayer bowl. Each finished prayer bowl is the result of a year-long collaboration between the couple, who work tag-team style on each of the many steps in the process, beginning with creating the opening, which has to be done outdoors, to release the mold and spores. Next comes shaping and sanding the edges, staining the gourd, adding the painted images, sealing it and then finishing with beadwork. Together, the pair produce 400-500 prayer bowls annually. They are popular as gifts marking life’s milestones, including weddings,
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The beautiful All Matters Gallery offers art that can bring peace, heal, and offer comfort as it makes people feel connected to Earth. Rainer Hildenbrand at the store's counter, owns the gallery with his wife, Cynthia Gale.
births, anniversaries and graduations. The pair also work together to create the dream catchers in their gallery and Mr. Hildenbrand, a museum-quality woodworker according to his wife, makes the display cases and racks, custom designed as each need arises. At equinoxes and solstices, to welcome the arrival of each new season, they hold themed drum and prayer circles, and workshops. At these joyful spiritual gatherings, the pair — and sometimes guest instructors — guide participants in exploring various paths to inner energy and peace. Sometimes, however, achieving these things is as simple as paying a visit to All Matters Gallery.
All Matters Gallery contains art in many media, including glass as shown here.
For more information, call 440-2478979 or visit Allmatters.net.
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Elbow grease and the right tools in the hands of John Dowler make a car shine at the Falls Auto Spa. (photos by Itamar Gat)
Falls Auto Spa restores your car’s original beauty By LAURI GROSS With an ozone neutralizer, a high-pressure extractor and a high-speed buffer in his tool kit, Rich Mastnardo might be on the job with “Ghostbusters,” ready to suck negatively charged ectoplasmic entities from dark and creepy hiding places. In actuality, he is ready to suck food particles, coffee stains and unpleasant odors from dark and creepy hiding places inside your car. The owner of the Falls Auto Spa in Chagrin Falls, Mr. Mastnardo is determined to return your dirty, crusty, stained and stinky car in such good condition you may not recognize it. “Most customers say, 60 Chagrin Valley Magazine 2012-2013
‘Wow!’” he said. “They can’t believe the before and after.” Much more than just an in-and-out detailing service, the Falls Auto Spa does for cars what a manicure-pedicure, massage and facial might do for you — rejuvenate from the inside out. When a customer brings in a car for detailing, a Falls Auto Spa technician evaluates the condition of the vehicle, including the carpet, upholstery, paint, etc., in order to know the tools that are needed, which cleaners and waxes will work best and how to protect every surface while working on it. “We use only top-quality products,” Mr. Mastnardo said. “We don’t use any quick waxes or shines that will be gone in a few weeks.” A single technician works on each car, from start to finish, usually spending about three to five hours. Mr. Mastnardo and his crew find some strange things lurking in cars. “Some people should have an address on their car, instead of a license plate, since it looks like they live in them,” he said with a laugh. They find food, shoes, toys, clothing and flashlights that owners have been trying to find for months, he said. The hardest thing to clean is coffee stains from upholstery, Mr. Mastnardo said, but they are nearly always successful in getting it out. Smells are no match for the ozone neutralizer, which oxidizes odor molecules and reduces them to odorless compounds, without using any perfumes. Even a car in which people have smoked for a long time ends up smelling so fresh that non-smokers can’t detect the car’s smelly past. The Falls Auto Spa is part of the Falls Car Collection, where Mr. Mastnardo can find the car of your dreams. He personally hand selects quality, pre-owned vehicles that are Car Fax certified and safety checked. Don’t see what you are looking for on the lot? He can find it for you. With 30 years in the business, Mr. Mastnardo has built his reputation by establishing personal relationships based on trust with each customer. Falls Car Collection offers cars of all makes and models plus award-winning service, five-star customer satisfaction, lowrate financing, extended service contracts, paint, appraisal of your antique or exotic vehicle and shipping worldwide.
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(bottom left, facing page) The Falls Car Collection can find the car of your dreams or make your existing car look dreamy, in their Auto Spa.
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Novelist, film and television writer and producer, short story writer, playwright and essayist Scott Lax with wife, Lydia and son Finn (Photo by Itamar Gat)
Scott Lax at work. (photo by Itamar Gat) Fred Willard, Martin Mull and Scott Lax at the Willard's annual Christmas party, 2011. (Photo by Mitch Haddad)
Novels, TV shows and plays, oh my! Scott Lax has a hand in, and a leg up, on just about everything By Lauri Gross On an outing around town, if you spot Scott Lax with his wife, Lydia and their toddler son, Finn, you might think he is just another devoted dad and that’s just fine with him. He doesn’t mind if you don’t know that he also spends a fair amount of time with celebrities in Los Angeles, or that, as a professional drummer, he performed with Bo Diddley and other notables. Although he is quick to put “father” at the top of his list of accomplishments, that list also includes novelist, film and television writer and producer, short story writer, playwright and essayist. On one hand, Mr. Lax’s life appears to be a random patchwork of seemingly unrelated phases. As he went from salesman to drummer to writer, one can only imagine his parents wringing their hands and wondering if he would ever “settle down.” The answer is clearly “no” as even now there is nothing settled about his life and yet as he lays down each stepping stone to create his path, a pattern emerges that suggests he knew what he was doing all along. He says he wants to do original and creative work that makes people laugh and think. No matter what form that work has taken, most people would agree that he has done — and is very much still doing — 62 Chagrin Valley Magazine 2012-2013
exactly that. An English major while at Hiram College, Mr. Lax might not have put that degree to much use in his first job as a salesperson, but that changed when he decided to write “The Year That Trembled,” a coming-of-age novel about the Vietnam War. The Denver Post named the book of one 1998’s Milestones in Fiction. In 1999, it was a Vermont Book of the Year runner up. That same year, Hiram College added Scott to their short list of Most Illustrious Alumni. Mr. Lax knew he was on to something and he was just getting started. Later he produced, along with Tyler Davidson, the film version of “The Year That Trembled,” which starred Martin Mull and Fred Willard, who became comedy cult favorites in 1977 during the “Mary Hartman” spinoff “Fernwood 2 Night.” Mr. Lax met Mr. Willard’s wife at a writer’s conference and his friendship with the Willards took off from there. Mr. Lax also adapted “The Year That Trembled” for the stage. Along the way, he kept writing and taught the art of writing at numerous workshops and seminars, piled up plenty of accolades for his essays, features and short stories, and film and television work from film festivals, and writing conferences
and contests, and was named Midwest Filmmaker of the Year at the 2002 Cleveland International Film Festival. He also did some writing for Comedy Central. When the idea for a comedy talk-show popped into his head, he knew it would be the perfect opportunity to work with Martin Mull and Fred Willard again. Mr. Mull (from Shaker Heights), Mr. Willard (from North Ridgeville) and Mr. Lax (from Chagrin Falls) had become true friends during the production of “The Year That Trembled” and the three were happy to team up for the pilot of Mr. Lax’s latest TV idea, which he calls “Cleveland Late-Late.” Following the initial development and fundraising stages, Mr. Lax produced the “Cleveland Late-Late” pilot at the WVIZ ideastream studios at Cleveland’s Playhouse Square, edited it in Los Angeles and then began bringing the show to market. As Mr. Lax describes his efforts to bring “Cleveland Late-Late” to television audiences, he pauses to mention other projects also on his plate: turning one of his short stories into a film, maybe rewriting one of his novels for the big screen, and on and on. It’s a wonder this selfdescribed homebody is really ever home. For more information, call 440-2477800 or visit Scottlax.com.
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All Matters Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 440-247-8979 allmatters.net
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Bhupali, Veena – Howard Hanna . . . . . . . . 54 216-831-7309 firstname.lastname@example.org
Burton Carpet Shoppe, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 440-564-8151 burtoncarpet.com
Cafe Toscano . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 330-995-2333 cafetoscanoinaurora.com
Chagrin Falls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46-50 Chagrin Valley Chamber of Commerce . . 20-21 Chocolate Suites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 216-245-3440 chocolatesuites.com
Classic Lexus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 440-975-1222 classiclexus.com
Cleveland Clinic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Huntington . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Hurst Remodeling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 440-234-5656 hurstremodel.com
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InHome Electronics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 440-537-0156 inhomeelectronics.com
J.F.D. Landscapes Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 440-543-9644 jfdlandscapes.com
Jennings Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 216-581-2900 jenningscenter.org
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Kitchen & Bath, Etc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 440-543-8050 kitchenandbathetc.com
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Laurel School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 216-464-0946 laurelschool.org
Lowe’s Greenhouse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 440-543-5123 lowesgreenhouse.com
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Ohio Valley Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 440-543-0500 ohiovalleygroup.com
Osbourn Plumbing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 440-564-1433
Pine Lake Trout Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 440-543-1331 pinelaketroutclub.com
Plumbing Source, The . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 440-248-1945 plumbingsource.net
Reid’s Tree Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 440-247-3555, 440-564-7878
Robert Halliday Co., Ltd., The . . . . . . . . . . 35 440-248-5202 rhallidaycpa.com
Saint Joan of Arc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 440-247-6530 stjoanofarc.org/school
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Snow Bros. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 440-449-2650 snowappliance.com
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Studio J Academy of Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 216-292-2720 email@example.com
Sun Valley Banquet & Party Center . . . . . . 57 330-562-6277 sunvalleypartycenter.com
Sunnyside Audi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 440-243-5588 sunnysideaudi.com
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Weils, The . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 440-543-4221 theweils.org
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Welshfield Inn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 440-834-0190 welshfielddining.com
Woodmere Pepper Pike Shopping . . . . 52-53 Yours Truly Restaurant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Clover Electric Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 440-543-1153 cloverelectric.com
Crandall Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 440-563-3581 crandallconnection.com
Davis Automotive Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 440-542-0600 davisautomotive.com
Exscape Designs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 440-635-0204 exscapedesigns.com
Family Tree Home Care Services . . . . . . . . 33 440-519-0001
Gilmour Academy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 440-473-8050 gilmour.org
Goddard School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 440-543-2889 goddardschool.com
Hamlet Village . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 440-247-4676 hamletretirement.com
Hathaway Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Highway Garage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Providing experience, knowledge & dedication to excellence.
Hiram House Camp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 216-831-5045 hiramhousecamp.org
Home Savings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Howard Hanna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 440-247-8900 howardhanna.com
Hunan by the Falls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 440-247-0808 hunanbythefalls.com
Alan Brucato 216-765-4326 alanbrucato.com Norm Wise 216-346-9214 normwise.com
Through Char’s past expertise in the financial industry plus 30+ years of experience Char can educate her clients during each phase of buying & selling. Char is truly “your” Cleveland Real Estate Connection.”
Pepper Pike Office
Office: 216-831-9310 Cell: 440-667-6999 VM: 216-999-8272
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L. A. ROSE PAVING CO. High Quality Driveways
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BASEMENT WATERPROOFING & YARD DRAINAGE Basement Water Problems Solved Permanently Outside Systems
“Road To Quality”
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Rt. 322 CHESTERLAND
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DECKS CLEANED AND STAINED
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AUBURN FENCE SALES & INSTALLATION
FOR ALL YOUR FENCING NEEDS Free Estimates • Call Don
Firewood (See page 66)
4X FLOOR CONSTRUCTION
Decks • Gazebos Porches Basements Custom Design Quality Workmanship Free Estimates Call Bruce Howell
Installation of All Hard Surfaces SOLCON12
COMPUTER SERVICES FOR HOME & OFFICE
38 Years in Business
Clearly Visible Mobile Wash
Hardwood • Ceramic Laminate • Linoleum Refinishing of Hardwood Free Estimates SOLCON12
TRENDLINE TECHNOLOGY, LLC
• Restore Your Deck to its Original Beauty • Wash Away Old Grey and Mold • Seal in New Long-Lasting Beauty! Let us ‘BRING YOUR DECK BACK TO LIFE!’
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PECK & PECK ENT. LLC
Local References Available KEVIN WHITELAW
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ROLL-OFF DUMPSTER SERVICE MCVMAG12
Peck & Peck, Ent. LLC
YOUR LOCAL GUTTER SOURCE
GREEN ACRES LANDSCAPE COMPANY
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Painting & Staining • Drywall • Plaster Repairs Wall Paper & Mold Removal•House & Roof Washing Gutter Cleaning•Fire & Water Damage Claims Decks•Clear Coating Patios & Walkways Local Family Business•Established in 1990 Excellent References/Insured Member of Angie’s List
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• Painting/Staining • Aluminum Siding Refinishing • Residential/ Commercial
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Commercial • Residential
CONRAD’S LANDSCAPING, LLC.
Painting, Staging Color consulting
Snow Plowing Per Plow or Contract Residential/Commercial Lawn Maintenance Programs Available Spring & Fall Clean Ups Mulching/Fertilizing Aeration/Bed Work Free Est. • Competitive Rates Call or e-mail today for FREE estimate or visit our Web site ConradsLandscaping.net
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440-442-1164 SAL FUSCO STONE CONTRACTOR In Business 50+ Years Stone Patios • Walls • Steps Stone Fireplaces ~ Inside & Outside Brick & Cultured Stone Work
•SPRING/FALL CLEAN UPS
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Brick Work • Glass Block Stone Work • Fireplaces Steps • Chimneys Tuckpointing
50 Yrs. Experience • 330-928-7011 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org "Good Cents Certified"
WE WORK FOR YOU!
Since 1989 • Insured
CHUCK LENTINI MASONRY
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Plumbing • Electric • Carpentry Painting • Tile Repair • Roofing Decks • Plastering/Drywall Hot Water Heaters • Gutters Kitchen/Bath/Basements Deck Cleaning & Restoration ALMOST ANYTHING NO JOB TOO SMALL
Res/Comm Gutters•Gutter Covers Available Professional, Quality, Experienced Installation Guaranteed
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FREE 1Yr. Maint. w/Total Home Gutter Installation
Marble & Tile
Installing Marble • Ceramic for: Backsplashes Showers • Floors Call Matt Clifton
Specializing in Residential Repair
Reduce Your Energy by 20-50%
GUTTERS BY RHEA, INC.
Over 35 Years Exp • Free Estimates
10, 15, and 20 yd. sizes
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BEST RATE ROLL-OFF DUMPSTERS 15, 20, 30, 40 Yd. SHIPMASTER RECYCLING
BBB Member • Preferred Alcoa Installer 5"&6" Seamless Gutters & Custom Siding email@example.com • 440-708-1150
Available for: Manure, Yard Waste, Construction Debris, Estate Clean-Outs, Barn & Garage Clean Outs SOLCON12
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Transform & Update Cabinets Affordably Ragging, Wall Murals, Suede Looks, Hand Painting, Stenciling, Texturing, Painted Furniture, Paper Removal & Wall Repair Revitalize Countertops Portfolio Available • Free Estimates
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4X FLOOR CONSTRUCTION
RICHMOND ROOFING INC. 440-232-9442
Residential Roofing New Roofs - Tear Offs - Repairs Ventilation - Iceguards - Gutters Fully Insured • References Member BBB
Quality Work Guaranteed!
S.R. 87 3 Miles East of S.R. 306
Tree Service DAN MILLER TREE SERVICE
Trimming • Removal • Brush Chipping
Cars • Trucks • Trailers • Construction Equipment Cycle Parts • Mower Decks Tractors & Implements • Metal Antiques Iron Railings • Auto Plastic Blasting
92 Years of Quality Service 3rd Generation Master Plumber (TIM’S SHOP ON WHEELS) Repairing • Remodeling • Replacement Water Tanks • Pumps • Hydronic Heating Systems Electric Drain and Sewer Cleaning Water Filters
FREE ESTIMATES • REASONABLE
VM 1-888-646-6602 • 440-478-3449
AMISH TREE COMPANY Tree Removal & Trimming Free Estimates • Fully Insured Quality Work
JNS TREE SERVICE 440-321-9554 CRAIG & BRUCE'S TREE SERVICE INC.
JUDD SEPTIC SERVICES FAST AND FRIENDLY SERVICE
COMPLETE TREE CARE
Bucket Truck Work • Stump Grinding Tree Trimming & Removal • Firewood Fully Insured • 40 Yrs. Experience
440-636-2986 Richard Judd – Operator
Licensed by the Board of Health Serving: Lake, Geauga and Cuyahoga Counties
CUYAHOGA SIDING, WINDOWS & GUTTERS
THE WINDOW CLEANERS
All calls returned within 24 hrs. Most jobs scheduled within 7 days
Year’s Supply of Bacteria Treatment w/ each Tank Cleaning ($50 value)
440-954-4537 • 216-956-5336 (cell)
Sewing Machines BOB SHIRKMAN
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Ventilation • Insulation
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NEWBURY SANDBLASTING & PAINTING
SCHMID PLUMBING COMPANY
Re-roofs • Repairs • Ice Removal BBB Accredited Business Member of Angie's List Insured & Bonded
Create & Restore the Style of the House you have with Vinyl. Maintenance-Free, Lifetime Warranty
FAMILY -OWNED & OPERATED “TEAR-OFFS” OUR SPECIALTY RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL INSURED
Expert Drywall Repair Fully Insured
The Bomback Painting Co.
Providing Quality Service Since 1977
Interior/Exterior Painting 25 Years of Quality
DEAL DIRECT WITH INSTALLER Gutter & Leaf Guards 440-248-0768/440-223-7794
Roofing & Construction SOLCON12
Vinyl Siding • Doors • Windows • Ventilation
25 Years - Local - References Paint - Minor Repairs Wallpaper Removal Small Jobs Okay
HOME IMPROVEMENT CO.
New Roofs • Reroofs • Tear Offs Ice Backup Protection Wood Shakes • Flat Roofs All Work Guaranteed – Insured
We Service All Makes Free Pick-Up & Delivery Free Estimates Over 54 years Sales & Service
NEW & USED SEWING MACHINES
Interior & Exterior Painting Drywall • Carpentry Power Washing Free Estimates Local References Available KEVIN WHITELAW
Expert Window Cleaning Pressure Washing • Chandelier Cleaning Gutter Cleaning & Repair Dryer Vent Cleaning
216-240-9189 Since 1984
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TASTE! IT’S THE REASON WE GET SO CARRIED AWAY... 20 YEARS OF AWARD-WINNING CHINESE & THAI
BY THE FALLS
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Published on Oct 4, 2013