Monthly Archives: March 2014

Center for Mind, Body, Spirit April Calendar

These programs are free of charge and open to individuals diagnosed with cancer, their families and loved ones at The Center for Body, Mind & Spirit at Mercy Cancer Center, 41201 Schaden Road, Elyria. Services are available regardless of where patients receive treatment. Mercy Cancer Center is now affiliated with University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center. The Center for Body, Mind ... Read More »

Bay Village Police Blotter 3-31

Bay Police Warn Against Tax Scammers Bay Village Police want to remind residents there have been phone scams occurring recently regarding taxes.  Please do not give out your personal information over the telephone!   OVI On 03/23/2014, at 0057 hrs, a BVPD officer stopped a vehicle on Lake Rd. at Longbeach for a traffic violation.  After speaking with the 30 ... Read More »

Westlake Student Heads to National Spelling Bee

  Lee Burneson Middle School student Kyle Yu is heading to Columbus to defend his state Geographic Bee title and compete for the chance to represent Ohio at the National Geographic Bee next month in Washington, D.C. School-level winners took a qualifying test and the top 100 scores were named semifinalists and eligible to compete at the state Bee. State ... Read More »

PI DAY AT LEE BURNESON MIDDLE SCHOOL

March 14, better known as Pi Day at LBMS, became a celebration of pie and Pi, as well as a chance to help the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Math teacher Anne Dill, and Language Arts teacher and Student Council advisor Nicole Goshen, combined Pi Day celebrations with the annual Pasta for Pennies drive to raise hundreds of dollars for research ... Read More »

Healing Companions Service Dog Program in Avon Lake

Healing Companions Inc. Presents An Evening With Richard Shindell Healing Companions Inc. a 501 c3 non-profit organization dedicated to promoting greater awareness of the benefits of psychiatric service dogs, is hosting an evening with the world renowned songwriter and performer Richard Shindell. Richard is a contemporary folk artist who has performed throughout the world. The event will take place Thursday, ... Read More »

Cupcakes for Cancer at Holly Lane

An art class project led Holly Lane Elementary School fourth grader Maddie Gentzel to create a company that makes and sells cupcakes to help kids with cancer. “Cupcakes for Cancer” started out last fall after Maddie and her classmates were tasked by Holly Lane art teacher Staci Peltz with creating a poster about a shop or a place. She came ... Read More »

Bay Village TOWN HALL MEETING and PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING SEWER FEES

AGENDA Bay Village TOWN HALL MEETING and PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING SEWER FEES   Agenda, Bay Village City Council                                                            March 31, 2014           Dwyer Memorial Center                                                                                  7:30 p.m. Paul A. Koomar, President of Council, Presiding Pledge of Allegiance WELCOME/OPENING REMARKS President of Council Paul A. Koomar Mayor Deborah Sutherland REPORTS AND DEPARTMENTAL OVERVIEWS Mayor Sutherland                               ... Read More »

BASSETT FAMILY GAME NIGHT RAISES MORE THAN $3,000 FOR AUTISM SPEAKS

Westlake’s Bassett Elementary School raised $3,255.79 at its Feb. 28 6th Annual Family Game Night for Autism Speaks, a science and advocacy organization dedicated to funding autism research and increasing awareness of autism spectrum disorders. Each year Family Game Night promotes quality family time and presents the school with an opportunity to educate the community about a special issue. In the past the event has ... Read More »