Westlake

Blessing Box at Prince of Peace in Westlake

Have you seen Prince of Peace’s new Blessing Box? This is an emergency, self-serve FREE pantry, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It’s for anyone who has trouble buying things in a grocery store because of health or financial concerns. You don’t need to sign up or ask permission to use the box — just take what you ... Read More »

Westlake Porter Public Library Closed Until Sunday Due to COVID-19

Westlake Porter Public Library will be closing beginning today, September 15, 2020 at 5 p.m. The Library has been informed that staff members of the library have tested positive for COVID-19. Out of an abundance of caution, WPPL will remain closed and will reopen at 1 p.m. on Sunday, September 20. During the closure, browsing and computer use will be ... Read More »

Westlake Teams for Hurricane Laura Relief

Last week, the City of Westlake Service Department, Westlake Police Department and the Westlake Kiwanis Club helped pack 5 trucks of supplies for the residents affected by Hurricane Laura in Louisiana. “Thanks to everyone who has dropped off supplies for Hurricane relief,” report Westlake Police The first  load was transferred last week from WPD to the loading station for shipment ... Read More »

The Power of Community: 60,000 Face Shields Distributed to Local Front-Line Heroes, Schools and Businesses

Still in the grips of COVID19 our Country is bravely fighting to safely work through the Global Pandemic. Power of MORE Chamber of Commerce member GEON Performance Solutions of Westlake stepped up and joined the fight by donating 60,000 Face Shields at University Hospitals St. John Medical Center last Thursday, Sept. 10. The project evolved when GEON asked the Power ... Read More »

Westlake Porter Public Library Takes Annual Health Fair Virtual

Westlake Porter Public Library is taking its annual Health Fair virtual this year, with a week’s worth of virtual programs, online health challenges and health blogs. The Virtual Health Fair Week will take place September 20-26. All ages are invited to join The Healthy Living Challenge on Beanstack. Complete activities to earn points toward a healthy living prize. Participants may ... Read More »

Westlake Takes Part in Area-Wide Meal Program for Seniors

Staff at the Westlake Senior and Community Services Center distributed free hot meals to Westlake seniors on Tuesday, Sept. 1, as part of an area-wide effort initiated by the Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging, which offers nutrition program services among other services geared to serve the 60-plus population in Northeast Ohio. Gordan Food Services donated 80 meals of Sloppy ... Read More »

Westlake Porter Public Library’s Early September Calendar of Events

Following is Westlake Porter Public Library’s late September, 2020 calendar of events. All programs are subject to change. Please check westlakelibrary.org or follow the library on Facebook and Twitter (@WestlakePorter) for the latest updates. Wednesday, September 16 (All Day) Fall Craft Pick Up! – Kids: Stop by the Youth Services Department starting September 16 to pick up your nag of ... Read More »

William Perry Appointed to Westlake Porter Public Library Board

Westlake resident William Perry has been appointed to the Westlake Porter Public Library Board of Trustees. Perry replaces Audrey Forrest, who stepped down earlier this year. He will fulfill her term which expires in December 2025. Perry is an attorney who owns and operates an independent law practice in Westlake. Prior to receiving his Juris Doctor from Cleveland-Marshall College of ... Read More »

Prince of Peace Lutheran Church: “God’s Work. Our Hands.”

Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 28455 Center Ridge Road, Westlake, will be participating in “God’s work. Our Hands.” a day to celebrate who we are as the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America – to serve and love our neighbor. “God’s work. Our hands.” is when we come together to restore and reconcile our communities — loving your neighbors and making your community a ... Read More »

Westlake Coach Huber’s Blog – New Beginnings

One of the great things about being an educator and coach (or a student, for that matter), is that each year provides a chance for a fresh start. Whether your last year was great or a struggle (and I think a lot of us are ready for a new year given the past 6 months!), there is something to be ... Read More »