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Avon Fire: Time to Remember

Everyone says ‘Never Forget,’ but when we take time to ‘Remember’, it means something. Thank you to Avon’s Dave Winter & the Avon Fire Department for helping us remember 9/11. Winter, a former FDNY member & NYPD officer, has loaned us a special treasure to display during our city’s 9/11 ceremony of remembrance. It’s a cherished print of his fellow ... Read More »

One Team: A New Spirit on Friday Nights

“Be the change you seek.” The summer of 2020 brought that imperative to life in our nation. But what changes are taking place? Locally, a grassroots movement spearheaded by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes has been joined by area high school teams to bring the spirit of unity to a higher level in our communities. It started over the summer ... Read More »

Congratulations to the Avon High School Mighty Eagle Marching Band

CONGRATS to our MIGHTY EAGLE MARCHING BAND! Qualified for STATES and received the GRAND CHAMPION award at the first competition this season! Additional results from today include: 1st Place Class AA • Best in Class AA Auxiliary • Best in Class AA Percussion Please follow and like us: Read More »

Herb Guild Garden Club 2021 Scholarship Winners

Due to Covid 19, The Herb Guild Garden Club did not have its annual scholarship luncheon this year, but the club awarded scholarships to two students anyhow. Alexander Pruchniki, who attended Avon High School and Lorain County JVS lives in Avon, Ohio. Alex submitted a “thank you” video to the club since he was already at the Culinary Institute of ... Read More »

City of Avon Health and Safety Fair

Join the City of Avon for the 2021 Health and Safety Fair on September 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Avon Aquatic Facility, 36265 Detroit Rd. There will be health and safety exhibits plus demonstrations, crafts, giveaways, entertainment, prizes and FREE food. Avon Fire Department hook and ladder and other safety vehicles Child ID’s from Avon Police ... Read More »

WEST SHORE BLUES: The Best of the Beats

Thank You Emory Crowder Westlake resident and WWII Silver Star recipient Emory Crowder turned 98 years young recently. Westlake honored him through a Proclamation from the Mayor along with a WPD and Westlake Fire Dept parade in the neighborhood. Wishing Emory many years of heath ahead! #westlakeproud Hurricane Ida Relief The Westlake Police Department would like to thank everyone who ... Read More »

Villager Newspaper: Remembering and Honoring

September is a time to remember and honor. In Avon, officials joined with community members at the city’s Veterans Memorial for solemn 9/11 observances (far left). In Westlake, police and firemen rallied to honor resident Emory Crowder on his 98th birthday. Emory  is a World War II Silver Star recipient and has been known for hosting a gala Fourth of ... Read More »

It’s All About “ONE TEAM” in Avon

A spirit of community celebrated through the Fellowship of Christian Athletes visited Avon’s Mark Wahlberg Stadium the evening of Sept. 3 when the Glenville football team played the host Eagles. The game followed up on the ONE TEAM movement initiated by the FCA over the summer in an effort to “Be the Change you Seek.” Here is the post from ... Read More »

Avon Gridders Crush Glenville, 55-18

The Avon Eagles ran past visiting Glenville Friday night, 55-18, in non-league action to improve to 2-1 this season. The Eagles now host 3-0 Avon Lake to confront the arch-rival Shoremen in a Southwestern Conference test on Friday, September 10. The Shoremen come into the test with a record of 3-0. Avon Lake won, 31-14, in their recent non-league game against Tiffin Columbian. ... Read More »

SOUPer Bowl Food Drive 2021

Community Resource Services is proud to announce the 11th Annual SOUPer Bowl Food Drive on Friday, September 10th. The food drive will be held at the Avon vs. Avon Lake Varsity Football Game at Avon’s Mark Wahlberg Chevrolet Stadium. Bring your canned goods/donations to school before Sept 10. Monetary donations accepted, too. Each $1 donation equals 5 lbs. of food. ... Read More »