Author Archives: Bob Tuneberg

Blessing of the Pets at St. Raphael Church

Lions, tigers and bears are not welcome, but household animals and their families are invited to the 17th Annual Blessing of the Pets on Thursday, October 6 from 6:30–7:00 p.m. on the front lawn of St. Raphael Church in Bay Village. Individual blessings will be given to each animal. Dog and cat treats and give-aways from Hot Diggity Dog Pet ... Read More »

Bay Schools Melissa Wolf Rosen Ohio School Librarian of the Month

The Ohio Educational Library Media Association, Ohio’s preeminent professional association for highly effective school librarians and libraries, is pleased to announce that Melissa Wolf, Library Media Specialist at Bay Middle School of Bay Village City Schools is the recipient of the Rosen Publishing Ohio School Librarian of the Month Award, September 2022. The Rosen Publishing Ohio School Librarian of the ... Read More »

Mercy Health Promotes Prostate Cancer Awareness

Screening & Early Detection are Keys to Survival Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer among men, with about one in eight being diagnosed during their lifetime. It’s also one of the leading causes of cancer death. Early detection is crucial, so Mercy Health is raising awareness about the disease and urging men to get screened. “There are no ... Read More »

Avon on the Lake Garden Club Meeting

The Avon on the Lake Garden Club’s next meeting will be October 6, 2022 Thursday, at 1pm for general public. The meeting will take place at the Avon Lake Library. The program for that month is “Art in the Garden” By Judy Kean of Creative Space Art Studio. She is the owner of the studio and will be discussing the ... Read More »

Glenville-Avon Football Teams Celebrate Victory in Faith

Football is about wins, losses and great rivalries. It can also be about much more than that, as proven by players from the Avon High and Glenville High football teams. Just minutes after Glenvillle wrapped up its thrilling, 27-21, decision at Avon last Friday night, players from both teams gathered at midfield in a demonstration of faith and brotherhood. It ... Read More »

Elite K911 at Concord Reserve

Concord Reserve is proud to partner with the national group Bright and Beautiful to assist Elite K911 with therapy dog training. In this program, Elite K911 uses an area reserved as a classroom to test dogs who have taken a class to receive a certification. Starting in the summer of 2021, independent living resident Gerry Stylski called Concord Reserve’s Events ... Read More »

“Heart’s Desire” Art Exhibition Makes Dreams Come True in Westlake

A dream has come true for Arden Courts Promedica Memory Care resident K’Louise Cook, a very talented artist. Arden Courts Promedica Memory Care, 28400 Center Ridge Road, Westlake, was  transformed into an art gallery featuring the beautiful works of art produced by K’ Louise Cook on Thursday evening, Aug. 25. Like “Make a Wish” for children, “Heart’s Desire” at Arden ... Read More »

LCCC Police Academy Named a STAR Police Training Academy by Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost

by Kim Carrasquillo Lorain County Community College Police Academy is now a STAR Academy Training Center, the top designation for Ohio police academies. Ohio Attorney Dave Yost visited LCCC on Thursday to present the award. The STAR Academy Training Center program, designed by the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC), sets criteria that has been identified as factors in high-quality ... Read More »

Potluck Program Rediscovers “Mid 19th Century Cuisine”

Rediscover “Mid 19th Century Cuisine,” as part of the Sept. 15 Bay Village Historical Society potluck program. Guest speaker Angie George, a member of the North Coast Narrative, a group dedicated to bringing Ohio history to life, will talk about food before supermarkets. Where did food come from? How was it prepared? What did kitchens look like 150 years ago ... Read More »

Coffee Chats with Bay Supt. Scot Prebles

Have a question for the new Supt.? Stop by one of these three events: Thursday, September 15, 7-9 a.m., Mojo’s, 600 Dover Center Road Thursday, October 13, 9-11 a.m., The Knickerbocker Apartments, 27100 Knickerbocker Road (Please park on Knickerbocker. Call 440-871-3234, #4 to be put on the list) Thursday, October 20, 7-9 a.m., Java Bay, 27225 Wolf Road Please follow ... Read More »