Author Archives: Bob Tuneberg

Bay Schools Happenings

A Taste of the Arts The Bay Middle School Art Show, “A Taste of the Arts” returns on Wednesday, May 4 from 6-8 p.m. at Bay Middle School Library, 27725 Wolf Rd. Enjoy the art show, grab dinner/dessert (Swenson’s & Kona Ice) and hear music from the Chamber Choir performing in the Café. All are welcome! See you for dinner ... Read More »

Avon Performing Arts Center Grand Opening

You are cordially invited to the Grand Opening of the Avon Performing Arts Center on Thursday, May 5 at 6 p.m., 37545 Detroit Rd. Schedule of Events 6-6:15 p.m.: Arrival 6:15 p.m.: Ribbon Cutting 6:30-7:30 p.m.: Welcome guests to explore PAC. Student music groups from our middle and high schools will be stationed throughout the building with student “guides” 7:45-7:50 ... Read More »

North Coast Rotary Speech Contest Winners

North Coast Rotary held the club round of its 2022 Speech Contest among Avon, Avon Lake and Brookside high school students.  Early in the year, students began preparing to deliver a 5-minute speech on how an ethical decision-making tool, “The 4-Way Test” applied to their lives or society. Each school selected their top two students as Finalists to compete: Dylan ... Read More »

Celebrate Hope, Celebrate Life! Cancer Support Group

Do you know someone touched by cancer? Are you a cancer patient, survivor, caregiver, concerned about a loved one or someone you know? Come CELEBRATE HOPE, CELEBRATE LIFE! St. Raphael Parish, 525 Dover Center in Bay Village will have a Mass in honor of St. Peregrine, patron saint of those affected by cancer, Monday, May 16, 2022 at 7 p.m. ... Read More »

Avon Lake Commemorates Arbor Day

On April 29, cities and towns around the United States will be celebrating the 150th Anniversary of Arbor Day and the 50th anniversary of the Arbor Day Foundation. To commemorate this special day, Avon Lake’s Citizens Tree Commission will be distributing free tree saplings to fifth grade students at Troy Intermediate School and St. Joseph Parish School. Terry Robison, Chair ... Read More »

Westlake Planting Day

Planting Day for the Hilliard Flower Boxes will be Saturday, May 21, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. One lane will be closed to traffic during this time to ensure the safety of our valued sponsors. Along Hilliard Boulevard in Westlake, you will find more than 220 flower boxes sponsored and planted by residents of the City of Westlake. ... Read More »

WEST SHORE BLUES: The Best of the Beats

Car Jumps Mailbox at Drug Mart On 4/20/22 at approx. 3:30 p.m., Westlake Police Officers responded to Drug Mart at Dover and Detroit Roads along with the Westlake Fire Department due to a vehicle striking the building. Luckily no one was injured in the mishap which caused some structural damage to the entranceway. While the fire department assessed the damage ... Read More »

Barb Gauthier is Westlake Porter Library “Myrna Chelko” Volunteer Award Recipient

Barb Gauthier received the 2022 Myrna Chelko Volunteer Award from Westlake Porter Public Library at a special ceremony preceding the April 20 Board Meeting. The award is given annually to the volunteer who best demonstrates the spirit of volunteerism exemplified by its namesake, Myrna Chelko. Gauthier joined Friends of Porter Public Library in January, 2021. When the long-time Portables Gift ... Read More »

UH SJMC Health Fairs Return to the Community

The best medicine is prevention. And one of the best ways to get ahead of potential health problems is by getting screened for common indicators of health concerns. University Hospitals St. John Medical Center hosted two health fairs in the past two weeks at notable Westlake locations. The first was at Westlake High on Wednesday, April 13. The second was ... Read More »

Rose Hill Museum Reopens with, “A Nod to the Past”

Rose Hill Reopening 2022 Rose Hill Museum reopens for the 2022 season on Apr. 24 with, “A Nod to the Past.” Learn about important elements in Bay Village history like the Dover-by-the-Lake library at Rose Hill, the beginnings of Baycrafters and the Lake Erie Junior Museum, now the Lake Erie Nature and Science Center, and the opening of Parkview School. ... Read More »