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All Marched Out
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The Marching Pride is  selling the old band uniforms.  If you are a member past, present  or just a fan of the band the cost is $50.00. Please contact Judy Huehner for more information @ 330-687-0630 Grab your piece of history before they are all gone.

Breakfasts at Post 674
Mondays
American Legion Post 674 will be having breakfast every Monday from 7 am to 11 am
price is $6.00 .  Eggs, biscuits and gravy ,french toast, omlets, pancakes, bacon, sausage. and toast  9960 E Center  St (SR 303) Windham ,Oh

Musicians Wanted
Sunday Mornings
The First Church of God in Windham would like to add a musician or musicians to their worship program, particularly in the areas of piano, organ, or guitar.  If you are interested you can call 330-326-2293 or 330-671-1426.  Or you can visit the church at 9016 N. Main St.  Worship begins at 11 am on Sunday mornings.

Ravenna Freewill Baptist Church
Visit Now
Looking for a church to worship and praise God? Come and meet everyone at the Ravenna Freewill Baptist Church, 1000 Park Ave. Ravenna. Sunday school 10 am, Morning worship 11 am, and evening worship 6:30 pm.

“5th Quarter”
Friday nights
Please join us for the 5th Quarter after EVERY James A. Garfield football game at the Numa Cafe inside the Lifechurch across from JAG High School. Come in to get coffee or hot chocolate and wait for your student to get back from the games in a warm inviting atmosphere. A percentage of the proceeds will go to the GARFIELD MVP CAMERA FUND

Plat Directories
Available now
2012 Geauga County Plat Directories are now available at the Geauga Soil and Water Conservation District office!  Long-awaited and hot off the presses, these detailed reference books provide information including properties, ownership and acreage and are available for $30.  For more information or to purchase a plat book, stop by the Geauga Soil and Water Conservation District at 14269 Claridon-Troy Road, Burton, Ohio 44021 or call 440-834-1122.

“Environmental Alternatives” Presentation
Sept. 20
Friends of Portage Lakes State Park will meet at the Kiwanis Civic Center, 725 Portage Lakes Drive, on Sept. 20th at 7:00 p.m..  Dr. James Frost will present a power point program entitled “Environmental Alternatives” based on a management system of “green” methods to use in protecting and preserving our natural environment.  He will discuss ideas presented at the Center for Alternative Technology in Wales and how they would apply to the proposed Environmental Education Space for Portage Lakes State Park.  Anyone interested is welcome to attend.  For more information, contact Lynn Stamp at 330-644-2428.

Troop 67 Fish Fry
Sept. 21
Fried fish, fresh-cut French fries, coleslaw and beverages will be served from 4:30 – 7:00 p.m. at the Parkman Community House (16295 Main Market/St. Rt. 422 – 1/4 mile east of St. Rt. 528 in Parkman).  Adult dinners are $9.00 (Dine-in or take-out).  Desserts will be available for an additional donation.  (An alternate kid-friendly dinner will also be available for $5.00 each.)  Sponsored by Parkman Boy Scout Troop 76

Southern Gospel Concert
Sept 21
Down Home Gospel Presents Southern Gospel Concert at Akron Free Will Baptist 1802 Eastwood Ave., Akron, Ohio. 7:00pm – 9:00pm Sept 21.  Doors open 6:15pm. Host Group: Down Home Gospel Q.T. / Akron, OH. Guest Group: Road Less Traveled. / West Hamlin, WV. & Church Talent. Love offering will be taken! For more information call 330 256 3114

Hot Dog Buffet
Sept 21
Join us September 21st from 3:00 pm to 11:00 pm for a HOT DOG
BUFFET!  With over a dozen dog toppings, baked beans and potato salad, it’s a perfect way to kick off football night or celebrate after the game!  Kids $2.50; Adults $5.00 or All You Can Eat for only $8.00.  Carry out available too.  Help us raise money for the Security Camera project at JA Garfield, the 2013 Scholarship Fund, and more. Join us at Life Church AG, 10280 State Route 88, Garrettsville, OH (across from JAG High School).

Free Concert
Sept 22
Newbury Full Gospel Church, Kiwanis Lake, will present a free concert on Sept 22, at 6:00 pm. The Quartet, Circle of Friends, from Perry, Ohio, will provide an evening of southern gospel music, an offering will be taken for the group and a time of fellowship with light refreshments will follow. Contact Pastor Whaley (440) 834-0614. The church is located across the street from Kiwanis Lake Community Center at the corner of Elm and View Drives.

Public Observing: Moon Night
Sept. 22
Stephens Memorial Observatory of Hiram College will host a public observing night from 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM, participating in this year’s International Observe the Moon Night! The Observatory is located on Wakefield Road (Rt. 82) less than a quarter of a mile west of Route 700 in Hiram. For updates and more information, see the observatory’s Web site: StephensObservatory.org or “@StephensObs” on Twitter. No reservations are required and there is no admission fee for observatory public nights. Cloudy skies at the starting time cancel the event and, the observatory will not open. There is no parking at the Observatory. Visitors may park on permissible side streets or in the nearby parking lot of Harrison’s Hideaway Convenience Store, 6821 Wakefield Road, a short distance east of the observatory.

Firehouse BBQ Chicken Dinner
Sept 22
Firehouse BBQ Chicken Dinner will be held Sept 22 from 4:30-6:30pm at the Middlefield UMC. Menu includes ½ grilled chicken basted with fireman’s famous recipe sauce, redskin potatoes, baked beans, salad bar, dessert and beverages. Tickets at the door $12. Children 7 & under eat free with a hot dog meal. The church is located at 14999 South State Ave Middlefield. For more info call (440) 632-0480
Special Service
Sept 22
The Rev. Samuel Goebel will minister at special services at the Freedom Community Center, 8940 state Route 700, Freedom Township. The services will be at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 22, and 11 a.m. & Sept. 23. Goebel, the former pastor of the Family of Jesus Fellowship in Ravenna, will preach the uncompromising truth of God’s Word. For more, visit www.bethelspringsfellowship.org

Spaghetti Dinner
Sept 22
Spaghetti Dinner including salad, bread, beverage, and dessert.Sept.22 from 4-6 pm. At Newton Falls United Methodist Church: 336 Ridge Road. Cost:  Free Will Donation

Community Day
Sept. 22
Lighthouse United Methodist Church, 14780 Mayfield Rd, E. Claridon. From 2-7pm, enjoy a picnic dinner, free entertainment for all ages, worship 101, Raffles, corn hole tournament, bounce house and slide, sumo suits, Velcro wall, guessing games and pie auction. Call (440) 635-4744 for more details

“September in a One Room School”
Sept 22 & 23
Shalersville Historical Society will open the museum with a new exhibit, “Sept. in a One Room School”, the museum will be open from 1 pm to 5 pm both days. On the 23rd we will have a special guest; Sandra Sickish will portray an 1800’s schoolmarm at 3:00.  This is a free event and all are welcome, especially children.  Museum is located at crossroad of 303 & 44.

Gospel Fest
Sept. 23
The Christian Life Center will host a Gospel Fest on September 23, 2012 at 3:30pm. The church is located at 5931 Rhodes Road Kent. (Church behind Gabriel Brothers) Doors open at 3:00 p.m. The Gospel Fest will showcase several local groups.  Interested groups can call the church for an application.  The Gospel Fest is free and open to the public, although a freewill offering will be taken. Refreshments will be available for purchase. The church invites the community to “come out and enjoy some good Gospel music and fellowship.” For more information, please contact CLC Church Administrator, Deborah Sunderland at clckent@yahoo.com or call the church office at 330-678-9234. The church office hours; Monday through Friday from 9AM until 3PM.

Hubs Square Dance Class
Sept 24
Fun + Friendship + Fitness!  That’s Western-Style Square Dancing. The Hubs Square Dance Club is now accepting reservations for new dancers.  Beginner Dances, with the first night free, will begin on Sept. 24 at Bainbridge Community Church, Rt 306, just south of Rt. 422 from 7 to 9:30 pm. We’ve been dancing since 1970 and invite all ages to participate in square dancing. Get out of the Rut! To register or for more information  call 330-562-8719 or 330-842-1171.

Basket-Making Event
Sept 24
N. Bloomfield Historical Society is hosting a basket-making event on Sept 24 from 5-8pm. In the town hall on the common at the intersection of SR 45 & 87. Participants will make a jelly basket with handle in walnut color. $20 per person. RSVP by Sept 19. Kathy (440) 685-4425 or Liz (440) 685-4582 for reservations.

Fall Fish Sale
Sept. 24
The Geauga Soil and Water Conservation District’s annual Fall Fish Sale is right around the corner!  We are currently taking orders for fingerling-size largemouth bass, channel catfish, bluegill/sunfish mix, minnows, white amurs, and yellow perch.  The Fish Sale will be held on Sept. 25 on the midway of the Geauga County Fairgrounds.  Order deadline is Sept. 24th.  Please visit the district website at www.geaugaswcd.com or call (440) 834-1122 to obtain an order form or more information.

Hiram College Library Book Sale
Sept 24-28
Everyone loves cheap books and you can’t beat the deals you’ll find at the Friends of the Hiram College Library book sale.  Sept. 24 through Sept.28, the lobby of the Hiram College Library will be home to this book-lovers dream.  The Library is hosting this sale with hundreds of books ranging in price from 50¢ for paperbacks to $1 for hardcovers and covering every genre imaginable.  The selection will be unmatched and the proceeds will benefit the Friends of the Hiram College Library and its programs. Admission is free so be sure to drop by between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. and pick up some treasures for your bookcase, plus support the Friends of the Hiram College Library and its goal of promoting  reading and the Hiram College Library.

Free Community Dinner
Sept 25
There will be a free community dinner on Sept. 25 form 5:00-6:00 P.M. while supplies last. No take outs. Windham American Legion;  9960 Center Street. Everyone welcome! Sponsored by: ZSy. Nicholas Orthodox Outreach, Warren, Ohio

Getting Ahead Workshop
Starting Sept 25
Getting Ahead is a 10-week workshop series where participants work in groups to examine the impact of poverty on themselves and their communities and to explore the world through the lens of economic class. This class is ideal both for individuals who are working to transition from poverty to self-stability or middle-class individuals that want to better serve their community. Class runs 5:30pm-8:00pm, every Tuesday starting Sept. 25, at The Salvation Army in Ravenna, located at 268 W. Main St. For more information call (330)296-7371 or visit www.empowerportage.com.

NFUMC Blood Drive
Sept 26
It is time for our bi-monthly blood drive at the Newton Falls United Methodist Church; it will happen Sept. 26, from noon to 6 PM in our fellowship hall. The address is 336 Ridge Rd. Newton Falls, Oh 44444. We hope to see you there and help us save lives; there is nothing more important than saving precious lives. Thank you so much. Deanie Simpson, coordinator for our church and the American Red Cross

Networking Group
Sept 26
On September 26, noon-1pm, the Portage Christian Business Networking Group will meet for the first time at The Salvation Army in Ravenna, located at 268 W. Main St. The purpose of this group is to create a platform for Christian business professionals to network and encourage one another in the faith. RSVP’S are not required but appreciated and participants are welcome to bring their lunch. For more information, call or text Mike at (330)285-1937 or call the Salvation Army at (330)296-7371

Free Community Dinner
Sept 27
QUESTION: Who has the best food, a free drawing, music and a fun family evening for FREE? ANSWER: The Free Community Dinner at the Renaissance Family Center 9005 Wilverne Dr. Windham, Ohio, Sept 27th. Time is 5-6:30 pm.

Girls Youth Basketball
Sept 28
Registration for Girls Youth Basketball is held through September 28.  Teams will be formed by the following grades: 1-3, 4-6 (depending upon sign-ups).  Practices and games are held at various schools in Ravenna.  Practices will begin in late October; games are held November to January.  Ravenna city taxpayer fee is $40; non-city taxpayer fee is $48.  For information & registration stop in at Ravenna Parks & Recreation Department at 530 North Freedom St., or call (330) 296-2864 weekdays 8 a.m. to noon or 1:00 p.m. to 4:15 pm.

Inspired by Nature” Necklace Workshop
Sept. 28
Come to the West Woods Nature Center, 9465 Kinsman Road (Rt. 87), Newbury/Russell Townships from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Sept 28. A fee of $12 covers materials and instruction; however, if you have clay tools and ceramic tile on which to work, please bring them. Registration is required at http://geaugaparkdistrict.org or 440-286-9516 for this program, which is suitable for those age 10 or older and wheelchair/stroller accessible.

New & Old Treasures Sale
Sept 29
On Sept. 29 a New and Old Treasurers Sale will be held in the Shalersville Town Hall from 9:00 to 4:00.  Tables for sellers will be available free but a 10% gratuity will be required on sales amount for the day.  Set-up time starts at 8:00am.  A concession stand will be provided for those who want eat and shop..  Come to look, shop or sell and help the Historical Society on our new projects. (Rebuilding the Chapel behind the Museum).   All are welcome. Just contact Kristen at 330-990-6591 to reserve a table or two, or with questions about this event.

Stuffed Pork Chop Dinner
Sept 29
The Braceville UMC (off St. Rt. 82 in the center of Braceville), will hold a stuffed pork chop dinner on Sept 29. The dinner begins at 4:00 and will be served until 6:30 unless food runs out. The dinner includes mashed potatoes, green beans, corn, coleslaw, applesauce, homemade desserts, bread, coffee, tea or punch. The cost is $9 for adults and $3.50 for children. Takeouts are available.

Boy Scout Popcorn
Sept 29 & Oct. 6
Its popcorn time again!  Boy Scout Troop 65, chartered by The Nelson United Methodist Church, will be having two popcorn Show and Take days to showcase the exciting new flavors like jalapeno-cheddar, white chocolate cranberry and more in addition to the regular line up of flavors.  The first one will be held at Haylett’s BP in Mantua on Sept. 29th from 9-2.  The second one will be on Oct. 6th at the Garrettsville IGA from 9-2.  If you can’t make it out on those days, please contact our Popcorn Kernel, Dawn Gula, at 330-274-8419 for info on how to get your own order of delicious Boy Scout Popcorn.
NGCC Spaghetti Dinner
Sept 29
Please join the Nelson Garrettsville Community Cupboard for an All- You-Can-Eat Spaghetti Dinner and Chinese Auction on Saturday, September 29th.  Dinner will be served from 4:00-7:00pm at the Nelson Community House.  The menu includes spaghetti, meatballs, salad, homemade rolls, dessert and beverage.  The admission price includes 1 free ticket for the Chinese Auction.  The cost is $7.00 for adults, $4.00 for children 3-12 years old and children under 3 years old eat free.  All proceeds to benefit the Nelson Garrettsville Community Cupboard to further our mission to “Shut The Door On Hunger” in our community.

Youth Sportsfest
Sept 29
The Trumbull County 4-H Shooting Sports Pioneers Club will host a free NRA Youth Sportsfest on Sept. 29 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the Fish & Game Club of Vienna on SR 193 across from the Youngstown Warren Regional Airport.  The purpose of this event is to teach basic gun & archery safety, demystify firearms by providing hands-on experience, and provide an enjoyable learning experience to all youth ages 9 to 18 years old.  Pre-registration before SEPTEMBER 24 is required at (330) 898-4486 or email at larrybeard@aol.com.  Parents must sign a release.  No guns owned by the participants are to be brought to this event!!

Craft Show
Sept 29
The First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) of Ravenna is hosting their annual craft show on Saturday, September 29, from 9 am to 3 pm at 420 S. Prospect St in Ravenna.    There will be a variety of vendors attending with soaps, jewelry, quilts, Avon, Tupperware, gift boxes, and many other types of crafts, all at reasonable prices.   There will be a bake sale and a lunch counter that will offer delicious food items for lunch and snacking.     A raffle will be held with gifts donated by all the vendors at 2:45 pm.  The tickets will be $1 each or 6 for $5.

VFW Huge Rummage Sale
Sept. 29
9:00 am – 4:00 pm VFW Post 1055, Ravenna; 6000 New Milford Road.  Household Items, Hunting/Fishing/Camping Gear, Tools/Cake Decorating Supplies–You name it, We’ll have it! Lunch and homemade baked goods available. Want to rent a table? Hurry, they go fast! Call (330) 931-8910

Chicken Roast
Sept 29
Windham American Legion Post 674 S.A.L. Chicken Roasts will be Sept 8 & 29 from 3-8 pm. $8 per chicken. Side dishes are available from the Lady’s Auxiliary.

Nature Break: Women’s Retreat
Sept. 29
A Women’s Retreat will be held on Sept 29 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Bass Lake Preserve Lodge, 11445 Lakeview Drive, Munson Township
During the retreat, find sessions in canoeing on Bass Lake, yoga in a natural setting, geocaching and art with recycled materials. Bring a matt for yoga, too. Registration and a fee of $6 are required at http://geaugaparkdistrict.org or 440-286-9516 for this program, which is suitable for adult women and partially wheelchair accessible, as some activities may be off trail. Lunch will be provided by Zeppe’s Tavern & Pizzeria.

Burton Art Show
Entry Date: Oct. 1
The Friends of the Burton Public Library are looking for entries for the 2012 Burton Art Show to be held October 9-14 at the Burton Public Library, Burton, Ohio. Entry Date Oct. 1, 6-8p.m.at the Burton Public Library. FEES:  $5.00 (nonrefundable) per item entered; maximum of 3 items per artist  Artists (16 yrs. & older) that live, work, or attend school in Geauga or Lake counties are invited to submit their work.  Entry forms are available at all public libraries in Geauga and Lake Counties and also online at www.burton.lib.oh.us.  For more information call Kathy Schaefer at 440-834-4466.

Chinese Auction
Oct. 3
Chinese Auction at St. Michael’s Church, Ridge Road, Newton Falls.  October 3.  Doors open at 5:00 p.m.  Bids at 7:00.Donation: $6 per player.  Extra cards available.50/50 and other raffles. Cake and punch or coffee free with ticket.  Other refreshments available. For information call Sue 330 872-1712.

Soup and Sandwich Day
Oct. 4
First Christian Church Christian Women’s Fellowship Soup & Sandwich Day. October 4 from   12-5 p.m. at Fellowship Hall. First Christian Church Newton Falls. Take outs available.  (330) 872 1328

Harvest Moon Pig Roast and Chinese Auction
Oct .6
Event will be held at the Nelson Community Center on Oct 6, from 2-6 pm. Admission is a family-sized covered dish or donation of $7 per person. Contact Terry Allen (330) 527-4645 or go to pixleypark.org for more info.

Troop 112 Yard Sale
Oct 6
1st annual Boy Scout Troop 112 Yard SALE! October 6th 9-5 at 56 Orchard Rd. Newton Falls, OH. You can also visit us at the Newton Falls Chili Cook off on the same day!

Master Gardeners Volunteers
Oct. 6
9 a.m. – 11 a.m. this is the time to buy and plant bulbs.  Master Gardener Casey Judd will discuss bulbs that bloom in each season. Light refreshments and handouts included in $15 fee.  Call 440-834-4656 to register. Class will be held at the  Patterson Center on the Burton Fairgrounds, 14269 Claridon-Troy Road, Burton, OH 44021.

Tickled Pink Shopping Extravaganza
Oct. 6
Fall is in the air and that means that the holiday season can’t be far behind!  Get a jump on your holiday gift shopping at the Friends of WomenSafe Tickled Pink Shopping Extravaganza.  For the low admission price of $1.00 (children under 12 free) on October 6, 2012. You’ll have the chance to win great items at the Chinese Auction or cash from the 50/50 Raffle!  Shopping hours are from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Kent State University Geauga Campus, 14111 Claridon-Troy Road in Burton.  Proceeds from this event go to support the important work of WomenSafe.

Huntsburg Pumpkin Festival
Oct. 6 & 7
We would like to invite you to attend our country festival. We are located in Huntsburg, Ohio in Geauga County at the intersections of State Routes 322 & 528. We are celebrating our 43rd year.There is no entrance fee and all of our contests, entertainment and attractions are free.  We offer free parking and a free shuttle service from the parking areas to the Festival grounds 10:00 am till 6:00 pm

Oktoberfest/Polka Mass
Oct. 7
Mass will be held at noon. Dinner, dance and family fun will be at 1:30pm. Dinner reservations required. Tickets on sale thru 9/30 after mass. Dinner dance $10, takeout dinners $8, kids meal $5. For reservations call DeAnna (440) 758-2028 or Karen (440) 233-4700. St. Edward Church-Parkman. No reservations needed for Mass

Homecoming Concert
Oct. 13
The Gospel Echoes Quartet invites you to join them for their 3rd Annual Homecoming Concert at The First Baptist Church in Aurora, 79 East Mennonite Road in Aurora on Oct. 13th at 6pm.  The Singing Weavers will be our special musical guests. Tickets are $10 in advance and $13 day of concert.  Food and beverages will be available.  Please call 330.562.9489 for more information.

Vendors Needed
Oct 13
The annual Fall Bazaar will be held at Burton Congregational Church from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on October 13.  Craft vendors are welcome to reserve a table.  The cost is $20.  To reserve a table, call Kathy Uncapher at 440-834-1172.  The church is also accepting rummage sale items (no clothing), which may be dropped off at the church from 9 until noon on Mondays through Thursdays or on Sunday mornings.   Donations of crafts of any kind may also be dropped off at the church at these times.  Donations of baked goods may be brought to the church on October 12 or 13.   The Burton Congregational Church is located at 14558 W. Park Street in Burton Village.  The church phone number is 440-834-4495
64th Annual Apple Butter Festival
Oct. 13 & 14
The 64th Annual Apple Butter Festival comes to Century Village Museum Oct. 13 and 14. This year, for the first time, fans of this Geauga County tradition will be able to compete for the titles of festival King and Queen. The 2012 Apple Butter Festival is sponsored in part by Geauga Bow. Hours for the festival are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is $7 for adults, $4 children 6-12. Festival organizers are still looking for volunteer stirrers. Anyone interested in helping should contact the Geauga County Historical Society office at 440-834-1492.

3rd Annual Craft Show
Oct 20
Palmyra Fire Station 3956 St Rt. 225, Diamond, OH 44412 from 10 am– 4 pm.  We’ll have several Chinese Auction baskets compliments of area businesses. We are currently looking for crafters and patrons. If you’d like to display your crafts please go to: www.palmyratownship.com to fill out the registration form, call 330 654-5447 or 330 557-6173 to have one mailed to you, e-mail palmyrafirefliesauxiliary@yahoo.com to have one e-mailed to you or stop by the station Monday – Friday 6 AM – 6 PM.

Murder Mystery Night
Nov 3
Doors Open at 6:00PM.Featuring the Garrettsville Curtains up Theatre Mystery Group. $35.00 Per Ticket. Limited Number of Tickets Available…Pre-Sale Only! Mystery, Dinner, Raffles & Cash Bar “My Big Fat Geek Wedding” Mysstteerry Murrdeerr Niigghhtt. For Tickets Call Donna Bicker at 216-210-1677 or Norm Fashing at 330-527-8093. Mantua Knights of Columbus Hall • 11845 St. Rt. 44, Mantua. Benefit for Children’s Glioma Cancer Foundation.In Memory of Melana Matson, Her Hope Shines On.

Murder Mystery Dinner “Marriage Can Be Murder”
Nov. 10
Geauga Lyric Theater Guild is proud to announce their 3rd annual Murder Mystery Dinner fundraiser “Marriage Can Be Murder” on November 10. To order tickets, email your name and contact info to geaugamurdermystery@gmail.com or call 440-285-7701. Tickets are $45 each/$80 a couple/$400 for a table sponsor that includes 8 event tickets, 8 drink coupons, 16 raffle tickets, an ad in the program, and exclusive participation in the garter/bouquet toss to win a prize! This event is for those 21 years and older please. Deadline to order a ticket is Nov 2nd.