Monthly Archives: July 2016

Jeep Day for Westlake Car Parts Thief: No Jeep Was Spared!

It was Jeep Day in Westlake recently when the exterior spare tires from eight Jeep Wrangler and Liberty SUVs were stolen on July 27. The spare tires  were taken from Hyland Software and Nordson Co. on Clemens Rd. and Dave and Busters on First St., report Westlake Police. CCTV from Hyland Software showed a black male (unknown age, medium build, completely bald) ... Read More »

August Events at Westlake Porter Public Library

Following is Westlake Porter Public Library’s August, 2016 calendar of events: August 1-27 Westlake-WestShore Arts Council’s Community of Fine Arts Show Mondays, August 1 and 29 (1-1:30 p.m.) Yoga Rhyme Time! – A perfect way to introduce yoga and practice simple poses with rhymes that imitate animals and nature. Remember to wear comfortable clothing and bring a towel or yoga ... Read More »

Center for Body, Mind & Spirit August 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 »

Avon Early Childhood PTA Membership Drive Aug. 9th

The Avon Early Childhood PTA (AECPTA) is looking to add new members, as well as renew current members during the club’s annual Membership Drive scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 9th from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. at Schwartz Road Park Pavilion in Avon. Families are encouraged to turn out for a fun event which will feature frozen treats, a bounce house, ... Read More »

University Hospitals Elyria Medical Center Recognized with Partner Recognition Award

Honored for Commitment to Health Care Environmental Stewardship University Hospitals Elyria Medical Center has been awarded the “Partner Recognition” Award from Practice Greenhealth, the nation’s leading health care community dedicated to transforming health care worldwide. Practice Greenhealth encourages health care facilities to reduce their environmental footprints, become community anchors for sustainability and leaders in the global movement for environmental health ... Read More »

Dave Greenspan to Host Green Town Meeting Aug. 8

Cuyahoga County Councilman Dave Greenspan  will be hosting a Green Town Meeting on August 8th at 7 pm at the Fairview Park City Hall. The Town Hall will feature Cuyahoga County’s Department of Sustainability and Green Team members from surrounding communities (Fairview Park, Bay Village, and Rocky River). Green Teams are comprised of a group of volunteer residents who meet ... Read More »

Bay Girl Scout Earns Silver Award for ‘West Park Chefs’

Elizabeth Holup, a Girl Scout Cadette from Bay Village, earned her Silver Award – one of the highest Girl Scout achievement awards – by starting a cooking program at West Park Evangelical Friends Church. In researching what to do for her Silver Award project, Elizabeth decided to start something that had never been done at her church before, a cooking ... Read More »

Martin J. Uhle Named Interim Superintendent of Cleveland Lutheran High School Association

The Cleveland Lutheran High School Association (CLHSA) and Lutheran West are pleased to announce that Martin (Marty) J. Uhle has agreed to serve as the interim superintendent of the CLHSA beginning August 1. Uhle brings with him a wealth of experience in both the non-profit and private business sectors. He was identified as the candidate of choice because of his ... Read More »

RNC Security Busts Credit Card Ring at Westlake Hotel

A long and blissful summer Midwestern drive spiked the drug appetites of four travelers from Chicago, IL and Sioux Falls, SD.  when they stopped at a Sperry Dr. hotel parking lot in Westlake  on July 18 at 2:15PM  while en route to visit one man’s Cleveland relatives, report Westlake Police. Blissfully unaware of the increased police attention to Republican National ... Read More »

Westlake Board of Education Places Combined Issue on November ballot

‘No Tax Increase’ Bond Issue for New Elementary on November Ballot At a special meeting on July 25, the Westlake Board of Education passed a resolution placing a “no new millage” bond issue and permanent improvement (PI) levy on the Nov. 8 ballot. This issue will replace the district’s four aging elementary schools with one new school and sets aside ... Read More »