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Welcome to the

Garrettsville Area

VILLAGE MAYOR Rick Patrick CLERK & TREASURER Nancy Baldwin VILLAGE COUNCIL Debbie Wordell Sheri Johnson Becky Harrington Tom Hardesty Steven Hadzinsky Jeff Kaiser For more information about the Village of Garrettsville visit garrettsville.org. To learn about the benefits of relocating your business to Garrettsville, please visit business.garrettsville.org.

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Business and event listings were created using data from a variety of sources, including the Garrettsville Area Chamber of Commerce’s membership directory, and event calendar. This information is believed to be accurate as of March 1st, 2017. Area businesses and community organizations are encouraged to submit their information to the Discover Garrettsville database by emailing databank@garrettsvillearea.com. Submissions must be received by January 30, 2018 to be eligible for possible inclusion in the 2018 magazine. Listings in the community guide are subject to publisher approval with priority given to businesses and events located in the greater Garrettsville area. Copyright 2017 by Weekly Villager, Inc. No part of this publication may be reproduced by any means without the express written permission of Weekly Villager, Inc. The Discover Garrettsville magazine, promotion materials, and all related logos are the exclusive property of Weekly Villager, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Advertisements and listings in this publication are provided as a public service and do not constitute an endorsement or recomendation. Weekly Villager Inc, bears no responsibility for errors or ommissions in the contributed content or advertisements contained within.

Welcome to the historic Village of Garrettsville! Located at the intersection of State Routes 82 and 88, our charming Village is one of the best-kept secrets of Portage County. Garrettsville offers the charm of a quaint, small town blended with conveniences found in our larger neighbors. For a town of our size, we have so much to offer residents and visitors alike. Looking to escape to the country for a day of recreation? Garrettsville boasts a fabulous golf course, bowling alley, roller skating, three Village parks and a three-screen movie theater. If you’re looking for great local food, visit one of Garrettsville’s many restaurants, ranging from convienent quick-service to fine dining; there are options for practically any taste. Shoppers from across the state and beyond love to visit the various specialty stores of our Historic Main Street, and the shops in Garrettsville’s two shopping plazas. If you are looking for fun things to do, visit our Chamber of Commerce website for a calendar of events, such as our famous Summerfest Festival always held on the last weekend of June, and Classic Car Cruise Nights once a month, May through September. Garrettsville is a great place to live and raise a family, whether you want to purchase a home or build in one of our fine developments or even rent. Our education system at the J.A. Garfield Schools is of high quality and has earned a state rating of Excellent for many years. Our safety services include a full-time Police Department, Fire Department and Emergency Medical Service. We have two medical centers that give us a wide variety of physicians. Did I mention that we have a lot to offer? Why take my word for it? Give us a try, come to visit and take a look for yourself. Experience the friendliness and charm of Garrettsville, Ohio. — Mayor Rick Patrick


Discover the Area’s Business Community

Working Together to Make The Garrettsville Area A Good Place to Visit, and A Great Place to Live!

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hidden gem is the best way to describe the Garrettsville area. Frequently visitors share their excitement for all of the amenities offered alongside small-town living. Fantastic local wineries, a beautifully maintained golf course, and a cozy independent bookstore are just a few of the attractions that bring people to our area. While these experiences may be what attracts them to our area, it only scratches the surface of what we have to offer. Numerous local antique and specialty shops, a relaxing day spa and salon, and incredible local eateries are just a few of the attractions we have right here in the historic Garrettsville area. Whether someone is visiting for the day, considering relocating, or is a resident of our charming community, Garrettsville has something for everyone! It is the Chamber's mission to promote member businesses and enhance the economic growth, and quality of life in the Garrettsville area. Whether you're a business owner, or an area resident interested in making a difference in the community -- we encourage you to become a member of the Chamber of Commerce and join us in working

together to build a strong and successful community that will allow the Garrettsville area to thrive. One of the most important reasons to join chamber is to network and establish relationships with other businesses in the area. The Chamber office receives calls and emails daily from individuals seeking information about our community. While all local businesses are added to our internal referral database, we maintain an online yellowpages style directory of chamber members available here on our website. In addition to our referral services, the Chamber hosts a variety of popular events designed to get visitors and shoppers into town. These events include: five classic car shows held between May and September, a peach/ice-cream social, annual community-wide yard sale, biennial Business Showcase, holiday tree lighting, and annual Christmas on Main shopping promotion -- which in 2016 generated over $900,000 in local sales dollars. Please join us in making the Garrettsville area a good place to visit and a great place to live!

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Take a village located in the heart of the Western Reserve, add a group of motivated business owners, and you have the makings of an amazing promotional campaign designed to encourage and reward people who explore everything the Garrettsville Area has to offer. Beginning April 1st and running through September 30, you will have the opportunity to not only see what Garrettsville has to offer, but get involved and enter our “Discover Garrettsville” contest for a chance to become one of the lucky winners who will receive a Discover Garrettsville prize pack valued at $190 per drawing! Entering the “Discover Garrettsville” contest is fun and easy. Simply pick up a card at any participating business and have your card punched at five retail or dining establishments before submitting your entry. Each month we will select one winner from the previous month’s completed cards – our first drawing will be May 10th with the final drawing taking place on October 10th. Visit DiscoverGarrettsville.com for more details!

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We’re Open For Business: Come Grow With Us! As a small community with a big commitment to business support, Garrettsville offers businesses of all sizes the best of both worlds. Every business is a big fish in our small but very well-appointed pond. Retail and restaurant businesses have a variety of districts to choose from so you can place your business in the area that best matches the character of your store, be it charmingly quaint, no-nonsense specialty, or onestop-shopping. The active Chamber of Commerce and Village event committees keep the Village hopping with festivals, car shows, socials, and expos, guaranteeing a steady stream of out-of-towners to supplement local customers.

Professionals will enjoy the comfortable office spaces combined with easy access to the major courthouses and hospitals and plenty of opportunity to entertain clients without having to battle city traffic to grab some lunch. Industrial businesses have a place here as well. Garrettsville is an industrial nexus, located at the intersection of two state routes and convenient to the interstates and the Ohio Turnpike. The Industrial District houses the various factories and industrial companies that Garrettsville is proud to host. With a significant labor pool within walking distance, and plenty more just an easy commute away, Garrettsville is a great place for an industrial business to call home. While many plants and factories end up in a pretty unpleasant environment, you and your employees can step out the door of your

establishment and enjoy a refreshing, productivity-enhancing lunchtime stroll on the Headwaters Trail or go the two blocks into town for a meal at one of the local restaurants, pizza places, or sandwich shops. The area is central to pools of skilled and white-collar employees as well, including Maplewood Career Center, Kent State University Management School, and Hiram College. Garrettsville’s solid Midwestern values make this a place where you don’t have to sacrifice quality of life to operate a quality business. Our business owners and employees are a part of our community and we’ll do our best to make you welcome. Learn more about getting started in Garrettsville at business.garrettsville.org

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Discover the James A. Garfield School District

The Cornerstone of Our Outstanding Community Celebrating Excellence Every Day at the JAG Schools

Schools are the cornerstone of a community, and in this community, the James A. Garfield Schools have become the foundation and reflection of community’s expectations. We only achieve great things because of the support of our community. Our businesses are bombarded with requests to support fundraisers through donations and sponsorships, and they come through each and every time. Without the support of our community we would not be the district we have become. The support our businesses sets the stage for our achievements.

jag staff are committed to one thing... the success of our students

Parental involvement in a child’s education is one of the most statistically significant factors in academic achievement. Our parents volunteer in classrooms, support our teachers, and, most importantly, are there for their children. The support our parents give our students and our staff enable the skills and care necessary to achieve. JAG staff is a family of professionals that are committed to one thing...the success of our students. Our bus drivers, secretaries, clerks, cafeteria staff, custodians and maintenance staff work tirelessly to make every aspect of our schools excellent. Our teachers and administrators give it their all each day to make sure every student is motivated and succeeding to their fullest potential. It is this family atmosphere that is at the core of each of our achievements.

Students are why we work together. They are why we are here. Each decision we make is in the best interest of our students. In return, JAG students show the highest level of respect, sportsmanship and effort in all they do. The bottom line is that we have great kids. We are thankful to have the opportunity to serve these students. Our businesses, parents, staff and students are what make this school and community such a special place. A great deal has already been done to make our community and our schools the very best place to live, work and learn. We look forward to working together to achieve even more!

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FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS Upgrades Continue at JAG Stadium in 2017

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thletic facility fundraising is slow but steady. If you attend a football or soccer game this fall you will enjoy some of the upgrades that took place as a result of the completion of Phase 1 and 2 of the Athletic Facilities Plan. A total of $22,218.14 was raised through the “Challenge Raffle” to complete all parts of Phase 1 and funds from the Queen of Hearts 50/50 raffle, two Night at the Races events and two Clambake fundraisers allowed us to raise an additional $106,000 for the athletic facilities.

Phase 2 of the project will be completed this summer and included the demolition of the current home bleachers and construction of new, ADA-compliant, aluminum bleachers, a new press box and an updated sound system. The next phase of our work will address restrooms and a new concession booth. The efforts of the Stadium Committee have paid great dividends in the past four years and their momentum is still growing. This is just the beginning of the work that needs to be done. Our athletic facilities are tired and need attention. It is inspiring to see so many individuals working toward the goal of improving them for future Garfield G-Men.

James A. Garfield Historical Society Meetings Held Third Monday of the Month 7:30 p.m.

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Hiram Farm is an agricultural setting that serves individuals with developmentally disabilities with an emphasis on adults on the Autism Spectrum. The Farm provides opportunities for these adults to grow, learn and work in a setting focused on respect and support for individuals and the environment.

Stop by the big red barn for hydro-organic butter-head lettuce, and fresh brown eggs.

Stop at the farm stand daily for fresh veggies during spring, summer and fall.

Mark Your Calendars

Spring Craft, Plant Sale: May 5th and 6th, 10am-3pm Scotch Doubles Bowling: June 3th, 6-9pm Farm Family Festival: August 26th, 10-2 Farm to Table Dinner: September 23rd, 5-9 Christmas Craft Sale: December 8th and 9th 10am-3pm

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Discover Area Parks, Activities and Events

Explore, Hike, or Play in the Garrettsville Area

Few things are better than a warm, beautiful day spent in one of the Garrettsville Area’s many parks. While it is perfectly acceptable to visit a park and spend the day napping on a patch of green grass, there are many additional activities that outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy when visiting one of our area’s local parks and hiking trails: 1. Hit the trails. Many people visit parks to go hiking. The Garrettsville area is home to four unique hiking and biking areas, Headwaters Trail; Hiram College’s Field Station; Eagle Creek Nature Preserve and Nelson-Kennedy Ledges . 2. Take in the wildlife. Parks are home to local wildlife, and those who want to catch a glimpse of that wildlife can head to the park in the early-morning hours when crowds should be light and things relatively quiet. Take inventory of the various bird species you see, or watch for deer or scurrying chipmunks. Kids can have fun sketching the animals they see.

3. Have a picnic. Pack a lunch, a blanket, a book and some sports equipment and head to the park for a picnic with family and friends. Let the kids play while the adults sit back and enjoy some casual al fresco dining. 4. Hold an impromptu game. Invite friends and family members to join you at the park and divide into two teams before playing a couple of innings of softball, volleyball or kickball. 5. Experiment with geocaching. The Garrettsville area is full of great cache locations! Geocaching is a hobby in which individuals use latitude and longitude coordinates to pinpoint hidden caches, Inside boxes or containers they may find clues to another cache or even some small trinkets. Most importantly, enjoy your day at the park. The resources and fun are plentiful, and the cost is very low.

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UPCOMING EVENTS Annual Community Yard Sale

Garrettsville Summerfest 2017

This popular event features hundreds of local yard sales and draws thousands of visitors to town to shop for bargains and enjoy local shops and restaurants.

Garrettsville Summerfest is the largest municipal summer celebration in Portage County, Ohio. In addition to rides, games, and contests, this three day event is packed with more live entertainment & music than you’ll find at most county fairs. Headlining acts this year include Chris Higbee, and Cars tribute band Moving In Stereo.

May 6-8, 2017 • Garrettsville Area

Classic Car Cruise Night May 27, 2017 • Main Street

June 23-25, 2017 • Main Street

Enjoy live music, a raffle drawing, and collectible Classic Car Cruise Night automobiles on display along Main, High, and Center June 24, 2017 • Garfield Plaza Streets providing the perfect opportunity to get out and Enjoy live music, and the hundreds of classic and enjoy the first days of summer. collectible automobiles on display in Garfield Plaza. This event provides great opportunities to chat with Memorial Day Parade & Service collectors and enthusiasts. Be sure to head up Main Street to check out the great live acts at Summerfest, May 28, 2017 • Veteran Memorial & Park Cemetery The annual parade and service at the Village of and fireworks over Silver Creek at 10 PM. Garrettsville’s two Veterans’ memorials is a great way to remember and honor those who have served in the Classic Car Cruise Night armed forces.

July 15, 2017 • Main Street

Enjoy live music, raffle drawings, an array of classic and collectible automobiles on display along Main, High, and Center Streets providing opportunities to chat your neighbors, collectors and car enthusiasts.

Classic Car Cruise Night & Peach Social

August 12, 2017 • Garrettsville Fire Station

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Enjoy locally-grown peaches from Monroe’s Orchard & Farm Market served in homemade pies, or atop delicious Sky Plaza IGA ice cream. Great live music, raffle drawings, and hundreds of classic and collectible automobiles make for a perfect evening at the GFN Fire Station on Elm Street.

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IN THE GARRETTSVILLE AREA Classic Car Cruise Night

September 24, 2017 • Sky Plaza

Lighting of the Clock Tower & Santa Visit

November 25, 2017 • Garrettsville Clock Tower

Enjoy live music, raffle drawings, and hundreds of What better way to start off your Christmas season than classic and collectible automobiles on display at Sky to attend Garrettsville Chamber of Commerce’s annual Plaza during the last summer cruise night of 2015. Holiday Lighting ceremony! Families will love meeting with Santa and Mrs. Claus in historic Garrettsville.

Christmas on Main Shopping Promotion

November 3, 2017 • Participating Businesses

Christmas on Main is a month-long program that encourages people to shop locally and get reacquainted with the local merchants. The shop-local event offers shoppers a chance to win $500 Chamber Bucks to be spent locally, by shopping the small businesses in the community.

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October 12, 2017 • Garfield High School

This extremely popular Chamber event provides area businesses and Northeast Ohio vendors an opportunity to market their business or services among colleagues and potential customers.

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3rd Annual Holiday On The Green

November 17, 2017 • Sugar Bush Golf Course

This event showcases goods from local businesses, crafters and artisans. Tons of great merchandise will be on sale throughout the evening.

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EXPLORE THE GREAT OUTDOORS The Garrettsville area offers residents and visitors of all ages many opportunities for exploring the natural world via hiking trails, state & local parks, and picnic pavilions.

Silver Creek Garden Club NEW MEMBERS WELCOME MEETS THE 4TH WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH. TIMES & LOCATIONS VARY.

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Garrettsville Village Park contains five baseball/ softball fields, a basketball court, a skateboard course and a playground. The park also contains outdoor pavillion available for weddings, reunions and parties. Two smaller parks located on Park Avenue and Brosius Road feature playground equipment, a tennis court & basketball court, and various sports fields. Pixley Park located on SR 305 in Nelson Township features a baseball field, and playground equipment perfect for younger children.

Headwaters Trail has a trailhead located at the rear of Garrettsville Village Park, and is great for hikers, bicyclists and horse riders. Headwaters Trail is an eight-mile limestone-paved trail built on the railbed of the former ClevelandErie Railroad line between Mantua and Garrettsville. Eagle Creek State Nature Preserve features a 6-mile trail system, including a boardwalk, wildlife observation tower, and small parking lot. Eagle Creek meanders through a wide floodplain dotted with beaver dams, marshlands, small bogs and button-bush swamps.

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Located on Wheeler Road, Hiram College’s James H. Barrow Field Station consists of a 360-acre parcel of land, with more than 200 acres of beech-maple forest, and a two-mile interpretive nature trail, a waterfowl observation building and meeting center, a lab building with student research areas and natural history displays, experimental agricultural fields and an aquatics building. Although a small park, 167-acre Nelson-Kennedy Ledges State Park provides a thrilling experience to visitors, with its rugged cliffs and diverse plant life typical of a more northern climate. The spectacular rock formations at NelsonKennedy Ledges have become trademarks of the park. These rock formations are among the few outcrops in northern Ohio still exposed to view.

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Wine Cellar

10519 Brosius Road Garesville, Ohio 44231 (330) 221-0246

A boutique winery located in Historic Garrettsville. Cellar and Patio Tasting.

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GET UP & MOVING AT THE YMCA Looking for a way to stay active all year long? Garrettsville Family YMCA on Park Avenue has you covered. Programs range from Chair Yoga to Line Dancing, Pilates to Y-Cycle or anything in between—they’ve got your number, got your skill level, and understand your interest in becoming more active. Looking for an effective way to shed some pounds? The Real You is an 8-week weight loss program unique to the Y, which includes nutritional education, daily food monitoring and activity online, weekly weigh-ins, monthly measurements, 2 group workouts per week, group support, individual coaching and attention from trained and motivated coaches. New sessions begin regularly, call or stop in for information. Silver Sneakers Classic incorporates music, hand-held weights, resistance equipment, exercises designed to increase muscular strength, range of motion and activity for daily living. Cardio and cardio-sculpt, yoga, restorative yoga and chair yoga, pick your restorative. PiYo is an up-tempo work-out blending Pilates and yoga.

And for the younger set, Spring and summer programs are taking shape, with sports & arts camps in the works for the summer. Soccer, Flag Football and Volleyball are also in the offing. The YMCA is all about helping local kids learn new skills. Don’t miss out! And, as always, volunteers are needed and appreciated… for any age level, any level of expertise. Come, be prepared to be a role model, a teacher and a responsible adult, give kids a chance to experience an activity and the fellowship of teamwork; be prepared to make discipline a positive thing, an element of success in many aspects of life. Volunteers are the heart of how the Y is able to offer so much to the community. Volunteer positions and paid positions are available now. Put yourself on the line. It’s a challenge. You won’t be sorry that you stepped up to it.

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Locally Owned and Operated – Why is that important?

1) More of your money is kept in the local economy (68%) on average is spent in the community it is earned. 2) You create local jobs –increases local tax revenue which lowers your individual tax liability and increases services. 3) You nurture your community.-local businesses donate to community causes twice as much as the rate of chains. 4) You make your community a destination – attracting visitors, guests, new neighbors, and homeowners. 5) You take advantage of local expertise – Locally owned businesses have a vested interest in providing quality service 6) You create more choice- local businesses pick items that are unique to your area. They sell what you like.

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on Summer Fun!

Garrettsville Summerfest is one of the largest summer celebrations in Northeastern Ohio. Drawing an estimated 25,000 attendees from around the state, this popular three day event is packed with tons of world-class live entertainment and music. Join us June 23rd-25th as we celebrate 13 years of family fun in downtown Garrettsville. Opening Ceremonies will begin at 6pm on June 23rd. Come out and listen to a great variety of music, take a stroll down Main Street, ride a few rides and, of course, eat some great festival food. The kids will be demonstrating their football skills at the Lions’ Club Punt Pass and Kick Contest early Saturday morning. Don’t forget to get your pies ready; the pie baking contest judging starts at noon; all entries need to be at Slim ‘n Jumbo’s by 11 am. Grab a snack or lunch from the many food vendors and stake a claim at the annual Tractor Parade where over 200 tractors of all sizes and ages will be rumbling down State Route 88 at noon. After the parade, you may want to cool off with an ice cream cone at the Ice Cream Eating Contest sponsored by Dairy Queen. For those that may want a sit-down meal, head over to St. Ambrose Church and enjoy a wonderful chicken dinner complete with homemade desserts. Try your hand at cornhole, as there will be both amateur and professional Cornhole Contests on

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Saturday. For those with a huge appetite, consider entering the Hamburger-Eating Contest and see if you can dethrone the current champ! Late in the day, be sure to take a leisurely stroll down to Garfield Plaza and check out all the classic cars at the Chamber of Commerce’s Car Cruise. At 10 pm the area’s largest fireworks display will begin; the fireworks are viewed best by the Summerfest Main Stage or at the Sky Plaza parking lot.

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Sunday morning the fun starts early, so grab some coffee, lace up your running shoes and help us kick cancer in the annual Summerfest 5K/1 mile run & fun walk. Afterwards you will want to grab a bite to eat, and find a spot to watch the Grand Parade which steps off at noon.

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As the festival begins to wind down for another year, be sure to bring your lawn chairs and stake a claim for Garrettsville Idol. The youth and teens divisions each compete for $500 and while the adults will compete for $1,000.

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The festival comes to a close on Sunday with a Queen of Hearts drawing, and an enormous 50/50 drawing. Be sure to visit SkyLane Bowling Alley’s website for QOH (findthequeen.com) to stay up to date on the jackpot amounts and available cards!

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Remembering

Discover Area History

the Cascade House

After the war of 1812 and by 1840 the township of Nelson grew to a population of 1,400. At this time Artemus Bancroft had been successfully running a tavern and Inn near the Ledges, he then later constructed the first hotel in the area on the west side of the road right in front of Cascade Falls, the hotel was named “The Grotto” The Ledges area had now become an local attraction not only for the township residents but for visitors from Cleveland and Pittsburgh. There was a large influx of people for a short time in 1870 when someone had claimed to have found Gold in the ledges but quickly came to an end once the gold had turned out to be iron sulfide or “fools gold.” A few years prior to the Civil War the Grotto hotel caught fire and burned to the ground. In 1868 the construction of a new hotel was started but this time on the east side of the road. The Cascade Hotel which was named for the once-prominent waterfall in the Ledges opened in 1869 and became one of the premier destinations for the area. The Hotel had well manicured lawns and hedges and even boasted a fountain and a scenic water pool facing the front of the hotel.

There was an Independence Ball held at the Cascade House on Friday Evening July 2, 1880; tickets were $2.25 per person. At that time A. F. Hannah was the proprietor. From a 1885 newspaper article at the time, the Cascade House was said to be “a good hotel at the center of interest and a great place of resort for pleasure seekers and curiosity hungers.” It seems that the Ledges were also a romantic site for couples; some of whom subsequently married. During the early 1900 the Cascade house was at its prime. There were dances or balls at every opportunity, especially at holidays. New Years Eve, Easter, May day, 4th of July, Harvest and Christmas holidays were always observed with balls. Besides these, there were countless picnics, family reunions, outings and other social activities at the Ledges. It was a fashionable and pleasant place to vacation for urban dwellers from places like Cleveland and Pittsburgh. Although there was no public transportation to Nelson Ledges and the hotel, it was relatively easy to reach; even during the early days

The hotel, originally two stories, had a public sitting room, a small store for picnic necessities, a public dining room, a kitchen, an office and the living quarters for the manager on the first floor. On the second floor there were two rows of guest rooms for summer use. A short time later, a third floor was added to serve as a dance hall. It was of unique construction. The original structure probably lacked the strength to support the dance floor so the third floor was built to be self supporting. The dance floor itself was also built to have a spring to it which proved a novelty for the dancers of that day. DISCOVER GARRETTSVILLE

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before the advent of the automobile. The Erie Railroad main line ran through nearby Garrettsville and stopped there to pick up and discharge passengers. There were several trains each day so that the prospective hotel guest would have no difficulty in making a comfortable and pleasant trip to Garrettsville. A hired buggy, hack or other horse drawn vehicle would transport the guests to the hotel which was but a few miles north east of Garrettsville. For festive occasions the music would be supplied by some local players or, if possible, musicians from Cleveland. The dancing would start early in the evening and continue until midnight when an intermission was called and everyone went down to the dining room on the first floor for dinner. The typical menu for dinner was a choice of roast beef, roast pork or chicken pie. After dinner one would hurry back to the ball room for more dancing which continued until three or four or even until daybreak. Prior to the coming of the automobile, horse drawn vehicles were used exclusively to bring guests to the hotel from the

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nearest rail connection; usually Garrettsville. The Erie Rail Road was the favored transportation from Cleveland, Warren or Youngstown. At the turn of the century the Cleveland and Eastern Traction Company established interurban service from Cleveland to Garrettsville via Chagrin Falls. The branch to Garrettsville left the main line at Steels Corners and passed through Hiram before reaching Garrettsville. The rails dipped into the valley and Garrettsville to terminate in the town. Technical difficulties prevented the cars from negotiating the hill upon their return trip, therefore the terminal was moved to the top of the hill some distance from the center of Garrettsville. For this reason, it was never really competitive with the Erie for the passenger traffic into Garrettsville; especially for passengers going to the Cascade House or Nelson Ledges. The more frequent daily runs of the interurban may have caused some people to chose it rather than the Erie. In 1908 much of the Nelson Ledges land was purchased by the Silicon Sand company. Blasting by the sand company eliminated Cascade Falls. Due to the blasting, the water source that fed the falls disappeared into the earth and part of the beauty of Nelson Ledges disappeared forever. During a long heavy downpour you can, at times again see what the falls once were. The Cascade House continued to serve the public until the mid 1950’s when declining interest and use made it unprofitable. Due to the condition of the roof and the state of the structure it was found that much more money was needed to complete the restoration than anticipated. In 1980 the old Cascade House was demolished by the State, leaving a paved parking lot where it once had stood.

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World-recognized poet, Hart Crane, son of Clarence Arthur Crane and Grace Edna Hart Crane, was born in Garrettsville in July of 1899. Both sides of his family had roots and history in the Western Reserve. The Harts were prominent in nearby Warren. His uncle, Cassius Crane was editor of the Garrettsville Journal, once the area’s leading publication and the precursur to the Villager, printed in the building that now houses the police station. Grandparents, Arthur and Ella Crane, lived with aunts Alice and Elizabeth Crane, next door in the home that is now the rectory for St. Ambrose Church. Great uncles, Elton, Cassius and Frederic just steps away and operated what was said to be the largest general store in the Western Reserve. Grandfather Arthur Crane

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was the owner of a maple syrup cannery which was the foundation of Garrettsville’s fame as the “Maple Syrup Capital of the World”. A local farmer won a medal for locally-produced sweetness at the Columbian Exposition of 1893. Garrettsville was a thriving commercial center for the northern part of Portage County, southern Geauga County and western Trumbull County. Crane Bros. Syrup Co. expanded into making candy, as maple production was largely limited to spring, and in 1909 Clarence Crane took his family to Cleveland to establish the Crane Candy Company to manufacture high-quality chocolates and candy. The company sought a “summer candy” that could withstand heat—


there was no refrigeration—better than chocolate. Inspired by the shape of life preservers used for rescuing people who had fallen from boats, the company came up with “the candy with the hole”, which used ingenious packaging and clever marketing to soon become popular across the country. Meanwhile, Hart Crane was writing poetry which oftentimes recalled some features of the little village he once called home. Not far from his birthplace on Freedom St. stood the Opera House, community center for the arts, public meetings, police and fire departments, political and educational events, now erased by time but remembered by the present Clock Tower. Arching over Silver Creek was the stone bridge next to founder John Garrett’s grist mill, the dam, millrace and waterwheel that first brought settlers and local residents to the town. Perhaps he dreamed of the destinations toward which the waters flowed—the Mahoning, the Ohio, the Mississippi, the Gulf of Mexico. Perhaps his best-known poem, “The Bridge”, was sometimes an echo of the days he had enjoyed here: ” I left the village for dogwood, by the canoe Tugging below the mill-race, I could see Your hair’s keen crescent running and the blue First moth of the evening take wing stealthily ....”

The James A. Garfield Historical Society is founded upon a love for our roots, a realization of what it means to have sprung from a New England-based community, a desire to remember events and individuals who have shaped what we are today and respect for the preservation of what has shaped us all. To that end, it wishes to acquire, conserve and preserve materials relevant to the study of the roots of our community and to promote an understanding of the accomplishments which have led to our present society. To learn more about the history of the Garrettsville area make a visit to the J. A. Garfield Historical Society located in Garrettsville’s historic Main Street business district. The museum houses countless antiques, artifacts, and photographs from around the area.

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GETTING INVOLVED 20th Century Club

A century-old social and cultural group for women living within the James A. Garfield school district. This group meets on the 1st & 3rd Thursdays of the month at various locations.

Garrettsville Curtains Up Theatre

This community theatre group produces two large scale productions a year. The group has also developed murder mystery performances perfect for fundraising events.

Garrettsville-Hiram Rotary Club

Fraternal Order of Eagles

The Fraternal Order of Eagles is an international non-profit organization uniting fraternally in the spirit of liberty, truth, justice, and equality, to make human life more desirable by lessening its ills and promoting peace, prosperity, gladness and hope. For more information call 330-527-2330.

Friends of the Library

The Friends of the Library are people, like you, who believe in and support the Garrettsville Library. Its goal is to raise funds to support special projects that will enhance all library services, thus allowing the Library to continue to remain an effective community resource.

Garrettsville Area Chamber of Commerce

The Chamber of Commerce promotes member businesses, and the Garrettsville area. Meetings are held at 7:30 AM at varying member businesses on the 1st Wednesday of the Month. Visit garrettsvillearea.com for more details.

The Garrettsville Hiram chapter of Rotary International meets at 12:00 PM in Cal’s II every Monday. Guests welcome!

Garrettsville Spiritual Gathering

This group of spiritually minded people meet at the Garrettsville Village Hall on the 4th Wednesday of the month. Meetings are from 7pm to 9pm.

Garrettsville Women in Business

The Garrettsville Women in Business is a social group devoted to promoting, supporting, networking, and educating local business owners. We plan events, classes, and educational opportunities to help small businesses grow. No membership fees. We meet the second Thursday of each month. Email garrettsvillewomeninbusiness@gmail.com for more information.

James A. Garfield Athletic & Band Boosters

These two organizations help support the Athletics & Band programs at the James A. Garfield schools.

James A. Garfield Historical Society Check us out and shop at www.etsy.com/shop/trendinghomedecor

Meets at 7:30 PM at the historic Mott Building on Main Street on the 3rd Monday of the month. Guests welcome! Visit jamesagarfieldhistoricalsociety.com or find them on Facebook.

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in the Garrettsville Area James A. Garfield PTO

The Garfield PTO supports students and teachers in the James A. Garfield Local School District.

Lions Club

Garrettsville chapter of Lions Club International. To learn more visit lionsclubs.org.

Masonic Lodge #246

A Masonic Lodge located in historic Garrettsville, Ohio. Home Lodge to President James A. Garfield.

People Tree

Community service organization collecting donations for area families in need. Contact Hallie Higgins at 330-527-4097.

Scout Troops

The Garrettsville Area is home to a variety of scouting troops for area children and teenagers. Visit beascout.scouting.org or girlscouts.org to find an area troop.

Silver Creek Garden Club

Meets on the 4th Wednesday of the month. Times and locations vary. Call 330-527-2802 — new members always welcomed!

Village Piece Makers Quilt Club

Promotes the art of quilt making and similar arts. Meetings are held at the Garrettsville Village Hall on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM.

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Beautifying the

Village of Garrettsville

The Silver Creek Garden Club has developed deep roots in the Garrettsville area during its more than 80 year history. As the Depression years were winding down, a group of men and women “interested in growing things” formed the club to share garden knowledge. Public service was important from the start. Each spring they planted petunias at the village railroad station and tended planters hanging from railings on the downtown bridge. The emphasis on community service continues today, with members overseeing planters downtown and caring for a large flower bed at the public library. Members gather monthly for presentations from garden experts or to tour gardens in the village.

The Silver Creek Garden Club relies on donations from businesses, and area residents, to raise the monies for their service project. The group also digs and sells perennials and other plants from their gardens during the Chamber of Commerce annual community yard sale. Proceeds help pay for the planters and garden maintenance. Meetings are held the fourth Wednesday of each month. Anyone interested in learning more should contact president Marie Elium, 330-527-5136 or vice-president Barb Bejger, 330-527-2802.

Quilting with the

Village Piecemakers

The Village Piecemakers Quilt Club has been in existence for approximately 30 years, beginning in Mantua as The Buckeye Quilters. As more space was needed for the growing club, it moved to the Hiram Christian Church and then on to it’s current location at the Village Hall in Garrettsville. The Village Piecemakers is a lively group of women ranging from young to old, beginners to experts. The group’s purpose is to promote interest in the art of quilting, to exchange ideas and to encourage growth in our members’ abilities and knowledge. Pictured above is the Raffle Quilt for 2016. There are many activities that members can participate in each month such as fabric challenges, fabric exchanges, lottery blocks and charity quilts. However, our main project is to create a quilt every two years to be raffled during the Garrettsville Historical Society’s Christmas Walk.

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The Village Piecemakers meet every 3rd Tuesday at 7:00 pm at the Village Hall in Garrettsville. Currently there is a waiting list to join, however anyone wishing to learn more abour the organization can contact Barb Bejger at 330-527-2802.


Discover Area Businesses Accountants Escott And Company CPA’s 8122 Main Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2103 Antiques/Collectibles Waterfall Antiques & Collectibles 8130 Main Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-5340 Apartments South Wood Apartments 8140 South Wood, #202 Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4150 Assisted Living Brooks House Assisted Living 18144 Claridon Troy Rd. Hiram, OH 44234 440-834-0260 Attorneys Amy Turos, Attorney 8052 State Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-5200

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S. Kim Kohli, Attorney 1 Memory Lane, Ste 400 Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-7007 Attractions/Entertainment A & A Shooting Range 12006 Fenstermaker Road Garrettsville, OH 44231 440-548-8753 Camp Hi Canoe Livery, Inc. 12274 Abbott Rd Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-569-7621 Garrettsville Cinema 8001 State Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-0888 Garrettsville Curtains Up Theatre PO Box 541 Garrettsville, OH 44231 216-375-0709 G-Plex 10340 Industrial Drive Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-9000 J A Garfield Historical Society 8107 Main Street Garrettsville, OH 44231

J. Leonard Gallery 12103 SR 88 Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2307 Nelson Ledges Archery 9851 State Route 305 Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4940

Protec Autobody & Restoration 10305 Liberty Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4060 Automotive Sales/Service

Roller Hutt & Fortress of Fear 10268 Hewins Road Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4633

Charles Auto Family 10851 North Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2101

Sky Lane Bowling 8311 Windham Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-9999

Jerry Kehoe Used Cars 10755 South Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-5222

Sugar Bush Golf Club, Inc. 11186 State Route 88 Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4202

Kepich Ford 10301 Liberty Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-3673

Automotive Parts Advanced Auto Parts 8055 State Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-7197 Geeville Auto Parts Inc. 8015 State St, Suite A Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4311

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Automotive Service

Bars

Automotive Rehab 8147 Windham Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-274-0480

Silver Crik Saloon 8124 Main Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-7031

Johnson’s Auto Service 8066 State Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2436

Sky Lounge 8311 Windham St. Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-9999

Automotive Towing Village Motors Towing 10316 Brosius Rd Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4402 Bakeries Carolyn’s Cakes 9348 State Route 82 Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-326-3340 Top Tier Pastry LLC 8013 Zupancic Dr Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-289-1999 Banks Cortland Bank 8950 Maple Grove Rd Windham, OH 44288 330-326-2340 Huntington National Bank 10787 North Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2164 Middlefield Banking Company 8058 State Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2121 24

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Barbers/Salons Barber of G’ville 10661 Highland Ave Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4286 Dennette’s Golden Mirror 8291 Windham Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2600 Facet Salon & Day Spa 1 Memory Lane Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4347 State Street Salon 7997 State Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-3032 Beauty Kaitlin’s Designer Nail Spa 7972 State Route 305 Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-357-9753 Beverage Stores That’s The Spirit 8039 State Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-7044

Bookstores Village Bookstore, The 8140 Main St Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-3010 Business Services Casey Timmons 8108 Main Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4882 Kissell Financial LLC 8052 State Street Ste 5 Garrettsville, OH 44231 440-836-2791 Cabinetry Goodnight’s Kitchen & Bath, Inc. 11684 Hayden Street Hiram, OH 44234 330-569-3497 Churches And Religious Organizations Covenant Bible Fellowship 8146 High Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4205 Faith Evangelical Church 10585 Windham Parkman Rd Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4068

Nelson United Methodist Church 9367 State Route 305 Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2268 St. Ambrose Church 10692 Freedom Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4105 Coffee Shops Cellar Door Coffee Co. 8138 Water Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-977-7237 Computer Repair Cavalier Technoilogies 8088 Main Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-569-4196 Convenience Stores Family Dollar 8287 Windham Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-0104 Save 4 Store 10637 South Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 3305277000

First Baptist Church 7656 State Route 82 Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2727

Sky Lane Drive Thru 8311 Windham St. Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-9999

Garrettsville United Methodist Church 8223 Park Ave. Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2055

Speedway 10769 North Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2666


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Dance Studios 8th Count Dance Studio 8015B State Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-0358 Electricians JC Electric 9995 State Route 88 Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4786 Kearney Electric 12740 Mumford Rd Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4862 Scotchman Electric 10659 Highland Avenue Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4795 Emergency Services Community EMS District 10804 Forest St Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4100 GFN Joint Fire District 8035 Elm Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4050 Farms Hermann Pickle Co 11964 State Route 88 Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2696 In The Woods Barn & Garden Center 9916 Nichols Rd Freedom, OH 44288 330-527-0021 26

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Monroe’s Orchard & Farm Mkt, LLC 6313 Pioneer Trail Hiram, OH 44234 330-569-7464 Wolffs Blueberries 6947 Hankee Road Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-687-3014 Financial Planning Perme Financial Group 8133 Windham St Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-9301 Florists Art N Flowers Floral Shop 8122 High Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4624 Bay Window Flower & Gift Shop 8331 Windham St Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-5666 Funeral Homes Mallory-Dehaven-Carlson Funeral Home & Cremation 8383 Center Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2188 Government Offices Village of Garrettsville 8213 High Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4424

Greenhouses Always In Bloom 10027 Silica Sand Rd Garrettsville, OH 44231 216-276-9304 Grocery Stores Save-A-Lot Food Stores 8005 State St Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-0150 Sky Plaza IGA 8283 Windham St Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2253 Gyms / Fitness Garrettsville Family YMCA 8233 Park Ave Garrettsville, OH 44231 914-443-0043 Snap Fitness 8289 Windham Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-8032 Hardware Stores Garrettsville Ace Hardware 8009 State St Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2037 Health Insurance/Insurance Ohio Health Benefits 11681 Hayden Street Hiram, OH 44234 330-569-3379

Health/Wellness Andrews Eyecare Centrer 1 Memory Lane Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-3937 Garrettsville Dental Group 8143 Windham Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4313 Garrettsville Family Medicine 10327 South St. Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527--5430 Garrettsville Foot & Ankle Clinic 8307 Windham Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-833-3668 Geauga Vision 8106 Main Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2020 Healing Hands 8307 Windham Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 3306477663 Jamie Sitko Counseling 11681 Hayden Street Hiram, OH 44234 330-687-5483 New Hearing Sales & Service 10663 Highland Ave., Suite B Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-7660 TLC Medical Affiliates 1 Memory Lane Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4852


University Dental 8307 Windham Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-3368 Home Décor Monica Potter Home LLC 12724 St. Rte. 88 Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-931-2549 Southern Soul 8052 State Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-281-1639 Trending Home Décor Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-348-1684 Villager Emporium 8088 Main Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-5761 Independent Consultants Lulu Avenue 11821 Mumford Rd Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-357-6148 Industrial/Manufacturing CNC Precision Machine Shop 10011 State Route 88 Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2826 Co-Op Industries Inc. 11383 Brosius Rd Garrettsville, OH 44231 800-266-7669 Diskin Enterprises 10421 Industrial Drive Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4308

Eastwood Sharp Shop Inc. 8309 Center Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-7103 Green Insulation Technologies, LLC Po Box 6 Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-3626 Harrison Machine & Plastic 11614 State Route 88 Garrettsville, OH 44255 330-527-5641 L & P Machine Co 8488 State Route 305 Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2108 Machine Tek Systems, Inc 10400 Industrial Drive Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4450

Therm-O-Link, Inc. 10513 Freedom St. Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2124 Insurance Ellerhorst Russell Insurance Agency 10864 North St Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4321 Jursa Insurance, LLC 8454 Wihdham Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2001 Ryser Agency, Inc. 10878 North St Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-5626

Insurance/Annuities Kenneth E Pike 11681 Hayden St Hiram, OH 44234 330-569-3210 Laundromats/Dry Cleaners Deluxe Cleaners 8050 Elm Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2983 Sky Plaza Laundromat 8293 Windham Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 216-570-6075

P&B Grinding & Machine 10384 Industrial Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-0366 Saint-Gobain Crystals 17900 Great Lakes Parkway Hiram, OH 44234 440-834-5600

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Newspapers

S & K Sales & Service, Inc. 8018 French St. Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-3170

Community Journal 9295 State Route 88 Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-414-6486

Libraries Portage County District Library 10482 South Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4378 Mobile Home Park

Weekly Villager, Inc 8088 Main Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-5761 Non-Profits & Service Organizations Camp Asbury 10776 Asbury Rd Hiram, OH 44234 330-569-3171

Nelson Ledge Estates 12414 State Route 282 Garrettsville, OH 44231 440-548-8348

Friends of Melana Foundation 8506 Eagle Creek Dr Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-8093 Garrettsville Area Chamber P.O. Box 1 Garrettsville, OH 44231 Garrettsville Lions Club 11318 Center Rd Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-9999 Garrettsville-Hiram Rotary 8301 Windham Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2133

Hiram Farm Living & Learning Community 11485 Garfield Rd Hiram, OH 44234 330-569-3441 Masonic Lodge 246 8120 Main Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2675 Nelson Garrettsville Community Cupboard 10661 Highland Avenue Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2011 People Tree Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4097

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General (330) 527-2436 | Text (330) 766-2415 automobile and light truck WE TREAT YOUR CAR LIKE WE TREAT OUR OWN! We’ve Got The Tires!! diagnosis and Johnson Service carries Cooper, Goodyear, Michelin, repairs

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Silver Creek Garden Club Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2802 Village Piecemakers Quilt Club Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-5443 Pet Care Garrettsville Animal Hospital Inc. 8331 Windham St Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-0722 Stonewall Vet Clinic 11900 Mills Road Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4400

Pet Grooming

Pharmacies

Connie’s Dog Grooming 8163 High St. Garrettsville, OH 44231 216-387-3520

Garrettsville Family Pharmacy 8295 Windham Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4349

Rebecca’s Certified Dog Grooming 8122 High St #2 Garrettsville, OH 44231 440-563-1212

Rite Aid 10764 North Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2828

Pet Supplies Dachshund Delights 8675 Pierce Road Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-9557

Plumbers Silver Creek Plumbing PO Box 245 Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4819

Printing/Embroidery Business Works 8110 Main Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 3305274415 Villager Printing 8088 Main Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-472-7304 Property Management Farley Bldg LLC 8155 South Park Drive Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2487 Garfield Plaza (RES LLC) 11446 Rolling Meadows Dr Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4621

Dr. Michael E. Carlson

Mallory-DeHaven-Carlson Funeral Home & Cremation Services

Owner/Funeral Director

8382 Center Street Garrettsville, Ohio 44231 www.carlsonfuneralhomes.com

We are honored to help you celebrate the life of your loved one, or even yourself, in the best way possible for your family, from a traditional service to something very personal and unique to your situation and lifestyle. Its free to meet with our Pre-Planning Specialist and put your ideas on paper. 330.527.2188

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Real Estate/Developers Century 21 Goldfire Realty 8028 State St Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-687-5900 Reserve At Eagle Creek PO Box 167 Garrettsville, OH 44231 440-477-6671 MB Realty Group 8118 Main St Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-3000 Rentals (Party)

Fresh Start Diner 8126 Main St Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-0364 Garrettsville Subway 8094 Main Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 Italian Garden 8116 Main Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2161 Lucky Dragon 8136 Main Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 917-517-4888

Tents For Rent 12066 Prentiss Rd Garrettsville, OH 44231 440-548-5062

McDonald’s 8027 State St Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4876

Restaurants

Miller’s Restaurant 8045 State St Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-5399

Cal’s Restaurant & Pizza Express 8301 Windham St Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2133 Dairy Queen, Garrettsville 8013 State St Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4621 Domino’s Pizza 8007 State St Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-0505 Fraternal Order Of Eagles 2705 8149 Water Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2330

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Pizza Hut 8001 State Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-0909 Sean’s Pub And Eatery, Ltd. 8105 Main Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-0485 Slim & Jumbo’s 8101 Main Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-0485

The Brick 8373 Windham Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-7082 Schools Apple Tree Preschool 8223 Park Avenue Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-2055 James A Garfield Local School District 10235 State Route 88 Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4336 Just For Kids Childcare and Learning Center 10313 South Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-0123 Software Consultancies Hammer Data Systems, LLC 8138 Main Street Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4018 Specialty Stores Pure Energy LLC 8100 Main St, Suite A Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-9057 Taxi Services Community Cab 11258 Windham-Parkman Rd. Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-357-6148

Wineries Candlelight Winery, LLC 11325 Center St Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-527-4118 Silver Creek Wine Cellar 10519 Brosius Rd Garrettsville, OH 44231 330-221-0246


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10864 North Street • Garrettsville, OH 44231

330-527-4321 | Toll Free 888-803-8533 www.ellerhorst.com

Servicing all of your insurance needs since 1915


Discover What’s Brewing in Town

Great Atmosphere

& Fantastic Coffee

CELLAR DOOR COFFEE CO. BREATHES NEW LIFE INTO HISTORIC SPACE Serving specialty brews from coffee beans roasted by Youngstown’s Stone Fruit Roaster, Harney & Sons Fine Teas, and delectable pastries supplied daily by a local baker, The Cellar Door Coffee Company now occupies the historic feed mill at the apex of Garrettsville’s Main Street (formerly Rosie Jean’s Winery). Cellar Door offers comfortable spaces to gather with friends, enjoy free wi-fi, or host a private business meeting or celebratory event. Customers are encouraged to soak in the classic ambience of the main floor, then spread out and find a quiet nook on the cellar level, or enjoy some fresh air by Eagle Creek on the outdoor patio. Even the kids have their own tucked-away space with a couch and a Lego bar on the lower level. “We had always thought we’d do this as a retirement plan, but my dream just wouldn’t wait!” explains Whitney, whose career background includes marketing and event planning. She and Derek — a mechanical engineer at NASA — have had their eye on this historic building ever since the dilapidated structure was restored by builder Mike Mascheck. As a child whose parents hail from Garrettsville and Hiram, and whose grandmother served as a school principal in Windham, Whitney used to pass by the old mill and be dismayed by the deserted eyesore. Now, to be a part of its revival, Whitney says that leasing the 164-year-old structure is an honor. “We love the history of this building and we want it to be a warm, inviting gathering place for members of the community to meet up with old friends, discover new friends, and consider it as their cozy second home.” 32

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Paying tribute to the rich history of Garrettsville and surrounding communities, the building itself is a monument to 1850s-era construction materials and methods, including giant rough-hewn structural beams and immense stone blocks comprising the exposed cellar walls. The Podboys reflect that rustic aesthetic in the shop’s furnishings and decor: The coffee bar was built from reclaimed wood, and its countertop features sheet metal and copper. Derek has built the tables from heavy planks of distressed wood mounted on legs fashioned from pipe fittings. Vintage wooden chairs are assembled around each table. The main floor picture window offers vaulted views of Main Street while its interior walls are adorned with old maps, photos and news clipping found in the basement of Whitney’s grandmother, Margaret (Howdy) Miller. Inspiration for the shop name came from Neil Young’s 1974 Live at the Cellar Door album, Derek says. The Podboys grew up in Burton and now reside in Auburn. High school sweethearts, the couple has enduring ties to this region, its history and its sense of community. This is why they are dedicated to sourcing their coffees and baked goods locally, and dedicating their coffee shop to the good of the neighborhood. The Cellar Door is open 7am-8pm Mondays through Saturdays (closed Tuesdays), and 10am-4pm Sundays. Keep up with the latest developments via their Facebook page: Cellar Door Coffee Co., the company website, www.cellardoorcoffeeco.com or by calling the shop at (330) 357-5013.


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JUNE 23–25

13 Years of Family Fun In addition to rides, games, and contests, this three day event is packed with more live acts & music than most County fairs! It’s all happening in downtown Garrettsville this summer; join us June 23–25 and you will see why Garrettsville Summerfest is one of the largest summer festivals around!

GarrettsvilleSummerfest.com


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Discover Garrettsville Community Magazine (2017)  

Community Guide for Garrettsville, OH and the surrounding communities.

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