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The Importance of Dreams

Mrs. McArn’s first-graders at Bay’s Normandy School have been learning about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his legacy, understanding the importance of equality, love & justice. They talked about their hopes and dreams, and then discussed why Dr. King’s dreams were so important to our country’s history. Mrs. McArn’s first-graders have been learning about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ... Read More »

Community West Foundation Board of Directors Spotlight: Pamela Bobst

Mayor of Rocky River, Pamela Bobst, has been on the Community West Foundation Board of Directors since 2006 and serves on the Community Engagement Committee. She really connected with the Foundation’s dedication to funding organizations that provide basic needs services. “We have the opportunity as a funding organization to ensure the longevity of the programs and services that are critical ... Read More »

Rose Hill Museum Textile Collection is Documented, Preserved

Even though the doors at Rose Hill Museum have been closed to the public for the last year, a lot has been going on to assure that future generations can enjoy its collections. Volunteers at Rose Hill Museum, under the direction of Bay Village Historical Society President Cathy Flament and working according to COVID-19 safety guidelines, have spent the last ... Read More »

Supporting Local Businesses

Information courtesy of the City of Westlake, www.CityofWestlake.org A newly-passed city ordinance allows restaurants to utilize various types of temporary outdoor structures through the end of 2021. These include metal-framed “membrane” structures such as tents, greenhouses and igloostyle domes. Interested businesses should contact Building Director Donald Grayem at 440-617-4105 or dpgrayem@cityofwestlake.org. Please follow and like us: Read More »

Paula Horner Sworn In as New Westlake Recreation Director

Information courtesy of the City of Westlake, www.facebook.com/cityofwestlakeohio The City of Westlake’s new Recreation Director, Paula Horner, was sworn in at City Hall on Jan 8. Mayor Dennis M. Clough administered the oath and signed the necessary documentation to make her the official successor to Bob DeMinico, who retired in December after 16 years with the Westlake Recreation Department. Horner ... Read More »

Help Tri-C Students and ‘Chase the Flavor’ With Chef Eric Wells

Tri-C Foundation Offers Jan. 29 Virtual Cooking Experience to Raise Scholarship Dollars Learn to make chicken and andouille sausage gumbo with Chef Eric Wells during a virtual cooking experience benefiting hospitality management students at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®). The “Chase the Flavor” online event begins at 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 29. The live demonstration from one of Cleveland’s top culinary ... Read More »

Farm Shares to Support The Refugee Response

Did you sign up yet for a farm share from Ohio City Farm? Those that do receive fresh, locally grown produce weekly from June until October. Plus, you’re supporting The Refugee Response with your purchase. Check it out! https://therefugeeresponse.wildapricot.org/join2021 From Ohio City Farm: “Why purchase a CSA share? Mealtime inspiration! A weekly box of fresh, colorful produce and a member ... Read More »

Staying Safe at Normandy Senior Living

The health and safety of our residents is our number one priority. As coronavirus continues to impact our country we have constantly been reevaluating what measures need to be taken to keep our residents and staff safe. We are temporarily suspending visitations but you can find us online at the Coffee Corner with resident interviews and virtual programming, and we’ve ... Read More »

How to Know If It’s a Good Time to Sell Your House

Knowing when to sell your home to move to a senior living community can be tricky and time-consuming. This is especially true if you are uncertain about selling your home to begin with. But now might be the time to ask, is it time to sell your house? Why Staying for the Memories Can Hurt You Selling your house at ... Read More »

WEST SHORE BLUES: The Best of the Beats

Good Samaritan Injured by Passing Car North Olmsted Police are looking for help in identifying a driver who injured a 70-year old good Samaritan who had come out to assist another driver who hit a telephone pole in front of his house. “We need your help!!!” report N.O. Police. “Sunday night at 6:40pm we had two accidents on Clague Rd. ... Read More »