Meredith Hartsook is a 17 years old who attends Theodore Roosevelt High school in Kent, Ohio. She has had hearing aids since she was 5 years old. She recently won the International DECA competition in start-up business plan for creating a hypothetical business to help hearing impaired like myself.
News from George Mason University's Washington Journalism and Media Conference For more information contact:ElenaJohnson, Director of the Washington Journalism and Media Conference,wjmc@gmu.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Steve Brackenrich Jr p. (234) 703-5010 brackenrich@gmail.
Steve Brackenrich Jr
The RAC is pleased to announce that they have expanded their Group Fitness class offerings. Included in the expansion, areadditional Silver Sneakers classes.
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The Cleveland Punch and Die Company has announced the 2017 recipients of the Eugene and Arlene True Memorial Scholarship. This Fund, established at the Akron Community Foundation (www.akroncf.
The Cleveland Punch And Die Company
Grace Baptist Church invites children to drop a ton of fun into their summer at MEGA Sports Camp! Don't miss it.
Saw a bald eagle at Westbranch State Park sitting on the guardrail at the dam Friday afternoon while cycling. It allowed me to get close before flying away.
On vacation with the Record Courier. Richard Soltis and his wife Peggy took the Record Courier to Animal Adventure Park home of the famous webcam sensation April the giraffe and baby Tajiri.
On May 4, 2017 Fabrice Henry graduated cum laude from the The Ohio State University College of Medicine. He is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society.
The Kent Chorus, KSU Chorale, the KSU Men's Chorus, the KSU Women's Chorus and the Revere High School Chorus, along with the Kent State University Orchestra will perform three works this Sunday, May 7 at 3:00 pm at Carol Cartwright Auditorium on the campus of Kent State University.
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We have found the the missing dog Skye. Thank you to everyone to who participated!
Learn to paint like a Master! A professional art instructor will teach the group how to paint a picture. It will be held at the Ravenna Masonic Hall, 4785 Washington Ave., Ravenna, Ohio on Sunday, April 23, 2017 from 3:00pm to 5:00pm.. The cost per person is $25.
RE: Volunteer Recruitment and Training Akron, OH (March 23, 2017) - Cascade Locks Park Association is seeking friendly volunteers interested in a fun, flexible opportunity to give their time to a key piece of the Ohio and Erie National Heritage Canalway at the Mustill Store Museum.
On February 25th, the Knights of Columbus sponsored the Diocese of Youngstown Regional Free Throw contest at James A. Garfield School District in Garrettsville.
CIVIC AND POLITICAL ACTIVITY IS AT RECORD LEVELS ACROSS OHIO Concerned citizens from Portage County will be meeting with concerned citizens from Summit County, Stark County, Cuyahoga County, Geauga County, Medina County, Mahoning County and Wayne Counties under one roof in Akron.
If your congressman is Jim Renacci (OH-16) you probably know he isn't currently planning to meet with his constituents face to face in a Town Hall event but his office claims to be in the process of scheduling a Teleconference at some point in the future.
Need support in obtaining a healthier weight? Come see what TOPS OH#1941, Ravenna has to offer at our OPEN HOUSE on Thursday, February 9, at 10:00 a.m. in the fellowship hall of the Maplewood Christian Church, 7300 State Route 88, Ravenna as we "Get to the Heart of the Matter". TOPS Club, Inc.
Jeanette Stoffer, Secretary
Employees from the Portage County Courthouse gathered for a holiday celebration recently at the Italian-American Club. Judges, courthouse employees and attorneys donate each year to a local charity.
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AKRON, OH – December 21, 2016 – Akron, Ohio – Joseph J. Pelle, Jr., formerly of First Merit (now Huntington) has joined SSG Wealth Management as Associate Director. At First Merit, Pelle was Vice President and Relationship Manager, Retirement Plan Services.
Suffield resident and Field High School graduate Matthew Jordan has been selected as one of ten (10) individuals to start a career as a clinical pharmacist and officer with the United States Air Force.