Daily Wire

Avon Memorial Day Remembers Family’s Sacrifice

Memorial Day in Avon is always a solemn and patriotic event, bringing together one and all within the community to remember and salute those who gave all for our country’s freedoms. Memorial Day 2019 was made especially memorable by the keynote address from Christine Alten, sister of Avon VFW Post 7035 namesake David F. Schneider Speaking at the invitation of ... Read More »

19th Avon Eagle Runs Draws Hundreds

The 19th Avon Eagle Run held May 25th at Avon High was a huge success, bringing hundreds of runners to the high school to participate in a slate of health runs and races to support the Avon School Educational Endowment Fund, the French Creek Family YMCA and other charities in the community. Presented by Mercy Health, the family-fun event includes ... Read More »

UH St. John Medical Center Honors Nurses

University Hospitals St. John Medical Center paused the afternoon of May 9 to honor nurses. The annual Department of Nursing Award Ceremony took place in the Main Entrance lobby as nurses were recognized in several vital categories. The Outstanding Clinical Support Award went to Sam Schubert. The award is presented to an employee who provides outstanding service and serves as ... Read More »

Clap and Gown

The third annual Clap Out celebration was held at the Avon Early Learning Center last Friday as graduating high school seniors toured the halls in cap & gown to be recognized for their achievements by the district’s littlest Eagles. Click here to view more photos.     Please follow and like us: Read More »

Westlake Schools: Time to Say Goodbye

It was time to say goodbye to four beloved Westlake Elementary Schools as Dover, Hilliard, Holly Lane and Bassett Schools all close their doors for the last time this week. By the start of the 2019 school year, the new Westlake PK-4 building under construction next to Porter Public Library will be opened. Westlake Schools gave the community a chance ... Read More »

Celebrating Gratitude at The Normandy Lakeside Assisted Living

Residents of the Normandy Senior Living’s Lakeside Assisted Living were treated to a visit from students of St. Bernadette School of Westlake Tuesday afternoon. Students and residents lovingly created flower arrangements for students to share with their teachers on the last day of school this week. Each arrangement was labelled with a note of gratitude. Wilhelmy Florist donated the roses, ... Read More »

Bay Village Foundation Hosts 17th Annual Plaque Dedication

A Memorial Day tradition was renewed in Bay Village for the 17th year as the Bay Village Foundation hosted the annual Dedication of Bay Village Foundation Memorial Plaques along the Cahoon Park Memorial Bridge on Monday, May 27. Community fathers gathered to honor this year’s awardees: Barb and Ian Woodburn, Gary & Pam Ebert, Frank & Marge Heldt, and Robert ... Read More »

UH St. John Hosts Men’s & Women’s Health Summit

University Hospitals St. John Medical Center hosted a roundtable health talk, “Men’s and Women’s Health Summit,” at the Westlake Recreation Center the evening of May 23. A panel of urologists, gynecologists and radiologists discussed a variety of topics as guests joined in for the talk and light meal – all part of UH St. John’s commitment to promoting healthy lifestyles ... Read More »

Opening Minds through Art at The Normandy Care Center

Opening Minds through Art (OMA) is an award-winning, evidence-based, intergenerational art-making program for people with dementia offered at The Normandy Care Center.  It is a failure-free program designed to provide opportunities for creative self-expression and social engagement for people with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Art-making is creating something new that is of value. Developed in 2007 at ... Read More »

Avon Lake Eagles Continue Patriotic Tradition

The famed Eagles Nest at Avon Lake Redwood Elementary School produced a rarity this year – three Eaglets! Two is usually the norm, but – contrary to real presidential politics – all three fledglings are thriving and now are proudly carrying the names of a trio of America’s greatest leaders! The eaglets have been named Lincoln, Washington and Jefferson in ... Read More »