Garrettsville Farmers Market
Vendors are still being accepted. The cost for this year’s market has remained the same, $60.00 for the entire season. The Farmers’ Markets will run from July 24 through October 2 every Wednesday from 3:00 – 6:30pm in the Skylane Bowling Alley parking lot. Applications may be obtained by contacting Jackie Rinearson at email@example.com.
The DMRC will be hosting the 5th Annual Art on the Hill, a day-long festival of the arts is seeking artisans to sell and/or display their handmade work. The festival is on July 13, from 10am-6pm on East Prospect Street in Mantua. Booth space is just $45. There will also be live-continuous entertainment, raffles, and a wine tasting event. Applications can be downloaded at mantuashalersvillechamber.com or by calling Christine Pitsinger at 330-414-6486.
Chiropractic Center of Garrettsville is happy to announce that they will be offering a scholarship to senior athletes at James A. Garfield High School for the sixth year. The scholarship will be for $850.00. It may be used as the student needs. Applications are available at the chiropractic office or through the school counselor.
Garfield Spring Soccer
Spring Soccer for 7th & 8th graders, open to all current 7th & 8th graders. Boys and Girls, co-ed team in the Geauga County Recreational League. Coached by the James A. Garfield Varsity soccer coaches. Practices tentatively to begin mid Apr. and games the first week in May. For more info contact: Kim Curry (330) 527-2186 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring Bird Walks
Sundays now -May 19
Dust off those binoculars and fine tune your hearing to see, hear and learn about the spring migrants and arriving residents of the feathered kind. The Hiram College JH Barrow Field Station will once again play host to this series of Audubon Society of Greater Cleveland bird walks which begin at 7:30am. Join local naturalist Eric Faber and other birding enthusiasts at 7:30am for a casual walk around the Field Station. These hikes are for beginners and experts alike. No registration is needed, but for more information, please call 330.569.6003 email@example.com. The Hiram College Field Station is located on Wheeler Rd, which runs from SR 305 to SR 88 between the villages of Hiram and Garrettsville
Spring Sale Donations
Hiram Rapids Historical Church (corner of Allyn and Winchell roads, Hiram Rapids Ohio) is now accepting donations for their spring sale: household items, and clothing in good condition. We welcome any type of donation large or small. Call 330-569-7204 or 330-569-7453. Our sale will be May 18.
Volunteer in the Parks
Have some extra time on your hands and want to help out your Portage Parks? We can put you to work in all kinds of ways. Want to get your hands dirty? We can use help with trail maintenance and resource stewardship. Like to talk with people? We need folks to staff our booth at community events, assist with programs and events and conduct user surveys. Be a VIP– give us a call at (330) 297-7728 or download a volunteer application from our website. | http://www.portageparkdistrict.org
Pittsburgh Pastel Artist League
Now- May 31
An exhibit by the Pittsburgh Pastel Artist League will be on display at the Trumbull Art Gallery until May 31. The League was formed in 2002, and is comprised of members from Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. The paintings can be seen Tue-Sat from noon to 4 pm in our Main Gallery. Admission is free.
2013 Huge Rummage Sale
Rummage Sale will be at Pricetown Methodist Church; 4640 Pritchard Ohltown Rd, Newton Falls. This huge sale will be held on May 2 & 3 from 9am-5pm and May 4 from 9am- 12 noon and will be bag day. There will also be a bake sale held on May 2 & 3.
Chesterland Rummage Sale
There will be a Rummage Sale at Mayfield Methodist Church, 7747 Mayfield Rd in Chesterland May 2, 3 & 4. Hours are May2 from 9-4, May 3 from 7-9, May 4 from 9-noon and is also bag day
Monthly Soup Supper
Monthly Soup Supper will be held May 3 at 6pm at the Village Park Lodge. Cost is $7 and is open to the public.
Parkman Chicken Dinner
The Parkman Fire and Rescue Association, in conjunction with local Amish schools, proudly announces their annual spring Chicken Dinner, May 3 from 5- 8pm, at the Community House in Parkman, next to the Fire Station. Adults $14.00, Children 12 and under $7.00. Limited tickets-resale tickets only Make checks payable to: Parkman Fire and Rescue, Send check or money order to: Joan Dillon, 12709 Nelson Ledge Rd. Garrettsville, Ohio 44231. Tickets can be returned to you (include SASE) or held at the door. Questions? Call Chuck or Joan at 440-548-7541
The 7th Annual John M. Watson Memorial Concert will be held May 3 at 7:30 pm in the Kennedy Center Ballroom, Hiram College. For more info contact the Music Center (330) 569-5294
Annual Spring Craft, Plant & Flower Sale
May 3 & 4
Hiram Farm Living & Learning Community: craft items, Mother’s Day gifts, Organic veg. plants, annual flowers , hanging baskets, fresh eggs. 11543 & 11485 Garfield Road Hiram, Ohio 44234. May 3 from 12-4pm & May 4 from 10am-4pm. For more info call: 330-569-3441
Rummage, Bake & Plant Sale
May 3 & 4
The Spring Rummage, Bake & Plant sale of the Nelson UMC will be May 3 from 9am-4pm and May 4 from 9am-11am. The church is located on Nelson Circle. Clothing will be bag day all days, both days. Lunch of sloppy Joes, hot dogs and macaroni salad will be offered May 3. The church has a free organ for the hauling. Good clean merchandise.
May 3, 4 & 5
The Windham Lions will be holding their next sausage or steak sandwich sale May 3rd from 9 to 7 in the Windham Sparkle Market parking lot. On May 4th and 5th, the Lions will be setting up at the Windham True Value Hardware Flea Market located on North Main at the Turnpike. As always the menu will be hot, juicy sausage or steak sandwiches for $4.00 and soft drinks for $.50. Please take note that the trailer will be at the Hardware on Saturday and Sunday. Plan to stop by and say hello to the dedicated Lions.
Roadside & Park Clean-up
The City of Newton Falls will be conducting its Annual Citywide roadside and park Clean-up Day on May 4 at 9am. Any interested groups, organizations, or individuals that would like to participate in the clean-up day are invited to join us. Sign in registration will be held behind City Hall. The city will provide garbage bags, rubber gloves and safety vests to participants. We will also be holding a scrap tire collection from 9-12 at Street Department on Church Street. For more information please contact City Clerk, Kathy King at 330-872-0806 M-F 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Benefit Dinner & Chinese Auction
Benefit spaghetti dinner/Chinese auction for Margaret (Peggy) Thomas-O’Connor May 4th at the Freedom Community Center, 8966 State Route 303. Dinner 4:30-6:30, Auction doors open at 3 start pulling tickets at 7:00. Dinner only $7, Auction only $5, Dinner & auction $10 For details contact Megan at (330)557-0193
Bridal Fashion Through the Ages
On May 4, at 11:00 a.m. the Burton Public Library presents Bridal Fashions through the Ages. Bridal gowns from 1850 to the present will be on display. Antique gowns are on loan from the Geauga County Historical Society. In true bridal fashion, there will be music, cake and punch. The program is free and open to all. No registration is required. For more information, please call the Burton Public Library at 440-834-4466
Everyone is invited to a Free Lunch provided by First Church of God in Windham at 9016 N Main St. The lunch will be provided on May 4 from 11 am to 1 pm. For questions or more information call 330-671-1426 or 330-326-2293
Spring Wildflower Hike
A hike showcasing many of Northeast Ohio’s spring wildflowers will be May 4 from 10am-12pm at Eagle Creek State Nature Preserve. This event is free and open to the public. The preserve is located at 11027 Hopkins Rd in Garrettsville. Parking is limited and carpooling is encouraged, for more info call 330-527-5118
First Church of God in Windham at 9016 N Main St will hold their next monthly Free Dinner on May 4 as a lunch this month. It will be from 11am to 1pm and all are welcome to attend. Call 330-326-2293 or 330-671-1426 for questions or more information.
Demonstration of Pastel Painting
The Trumbull Art Gallery is featuring a talk by Karen Ferrick, a member of the Pittsburgh Pastel Artist League, who will demonstrate the art of creating a pastel painting from sketch to finished piece at 1:30pm. Her talk will last about 1 1/2 hour. Karen has been an art teacher in the Burrell School District for the last 14 years, and started working with pastels 8 years ago. She has taught pastel workshops in Pittsburgh, and given many demonstrations in Ohio and Pennsylvania. She looks forward to sharing her love of pastels with you. Admission is free.
Greg Bartholomew’s Comic Book Art Collection
May 4- June 8
Greg Bartholomew will share his comic book art collection with the public in a show being held at the Trumbull Art Gallery. The featured artists are Alex Ross, known for his realistic paintings of classic comic book characters, and Barry Windsor Smith, who broke into the mainstream comic book industry as the artist of Conan the Barbarian. His style eventually moved into a dynamic and realistic style more aligned with Italian Renaissance. The opening reception will be held May 4, from 5-7 pm. Admission is free
Newton Township Scrap Tire Drive
May 4 & 5
Newton Township will host a scrap tire collection drive on Saturday, May 4th and Sunday, May 5th, 2013 from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. on the grounds of the Newton Township Administration Building, 4410 Newton Falls-Bailey Road. Tires will be accepted from residents of Newton Township only and ID is required. No tractor tires or tires with rims will be accepted, and residents are limited to 4 tires. Tires will only be accepted during the dates and times listed. After hour drop-offs are not permitted. Questions may be directed to the Road Department at (330) 872-0003.
Poet Jeanne Bryner to Speak at Reed Memorial Library
On May 5 at 2 p.m., poet and Nurse Jeanne Bryner will be at Reed Memorial Library, sharing selections from her book of poems, titled Smoke. Bryner has been awarded an American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award for this collection of poems, which centers on her life and work as an emergency room Nurse in Warren, OH. Smoke also received 2nd place honors in the Public Interest/Creative Writing category from the American Journal of Nursing. Copies of Smoke will be available for purchase/ signing. For more information call (330) 296-2827 (ext. 300). Reed Memorial Library is located at 167 E. Main St. Ravenna, OH 44266
Parents of BSA Troop 8 Spaghetti Dinner
Spaghetti dinner will be held at the First Church of God, 426 Broad St. in Newton Falls on May 5 from 12-4 pm. Cost for Adults $8; Children $4 (ages 3 to 11).Dinner includes spaghetti, salad, bread, dessert, and drink. Take-out available. 50/50 raffle and raffle baskets will be available.
The next supper at Pricetown United Methodist Church, 4640 Pritchard-Ohltown Rd, Newton Falls, Ohio will be held May 8 from 5-6:30pm. On the menu: meatloaf, Mashed potatoes, corn, super salad, and homemade desserts. Cost for Adults is $7.00. Cost for kids 10 and under $4.00. Carry outs will be available. This will be the last dinner until we start back up again in September.
Trash & Treasure Sale
The Girard Historical Society is having a Trash & Treasure Sale May 8- May 11 from am-5pm. The sale will be in a home, located behind the Barnhnisel House, at 14 Brown Court which is directly off Smithsonian. The GHS is accepting donations for the sale. No clothing, please. Call 330-545-4899 or 330-545-5638 for more information on the sale.
Post 193 Fiscal Meeting
The Final Fiscal meeting of Post 193 will be held on May 9 at 7:30 pm at the post. 330-274-8606
Youth Cheerleading Registration
May 9 & 23
Garrettsville Youth Cheerleading Registration for girls going into grades 1st thru 6th grade will be May 9th and May 23 from 5-7 pm at The Village Park. Registration fee is $65; please have a copy of birth certificate also. Any questions or concerns please contact Laurie Norton at 330-904-4791
May 9, 10 & 11
Poppy Days will be coming to Mantua & Garrettsville on May 9, 10 & 11. Members will be assisted by American Legion Post 193 in handing out free poppies and accepting donations that will be used only for service men & women and veterans. 330-274-8606
Mother’s Day Plant Sale
May 10 & 11
American Legion Post 459 Ladies’ Auxiliary will sponsor a special Mother’s Day plant sale (flats, baskets, pots) at the American Legion Hall on Goodwin Street in Burton, on May 10 from noon-7pm and May 11 from 9am-2pm. Rain or Shine. Proceeds go to the school scholarship fund. For more info call 440-834-4532
The Garfield HS Baseball Program will be holding its 8th annual Plant Sale on May 11th from 9am-5pm in Rite Aid parking lot. Beautiful colorful hanging baskets, flats of a variety of flowers and vegetables for your garden. Stop in and pick up your Mother’s Day flowers a day early!
“Pass the Buck” Auction
“Pass the Buck” Auction will be May 11 at the VFW Post 3332, 433 Arlington Rd in Newton Falls. Tickets are a $15 donation, includes a buffet-style dinner. Cash bar available. Doors open at 5pm, Dinner at 6pm, auction begins at 7pm. Tickets are available at Mayflower Wollam Insurance and Ella Johnson’s office.
The Girard Junior Women annual trunk sale will be 10-2 on May 11 on 100 N Market Street in Girard. The event will take place rain or shine. Call Laura at 330 545 5962 if interested in a spot. Spots for the trunk sale are available at ten dollars each. The public is encouraged to come out and shop the area which will have a variety of goods for sale. The event will be held on the Girard City lot across from the City Building and is visible from 422.
The Perennial Gardeners are holding their annual plant sale, May 11, rain or shine, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Chester Town Hall parking lot. The popular sale features annuals, hanging baskets, herbs and hundreds of perennials, many of which have been raised by club members. Knowledgeable club members will be happy to assist you in choosing the appropriate plants for your gardening needs. Profits from the sale enable the club to continue planting and caring for the bandstand and corner park at Routes 306 and 322, offer scholarships to horticultural students, present educational programs at each monthly meeting and support many other gardening activities in the community.
Spring Drive-it-Yourself Tour
Geauga County Tourism’s Annual Spring Drive-it-Yourself Tour will be May 11th, with 13 new stops for a total of 25 to choose from. Each stop offers special activities, demonstrations, sales, treats or drawings to tour participants. So choose 10 locations you have never visited, or your favorites for sales and unique activities. Mark your calendars now & watch for the tour map which will be available soon! Participants can get a list of all of the stops, their activities and a map, by calling the Geauga County Tourism Office 800-775-TOUR, or online (beginning April 10th) at www.TourGeauga.com
American Legion Regular Meeting
The Legion Auxiliary will hold its regular meeting on May 13 at 1pm. Members should attend to plan Memorial Day Services at Shalersville, Mantua Village and Mantua Township. 330-274-8606
Spelling Bee Pre-Registration
May 13-June 13
May 13 marks the start of pre-registration for students to enter the TRTA Spelling Bee. The 27th Annual Spelling Bee is sponsored by Trumbull Retired Teachers and is set for July 11, at 1 p.m. at the Trumbull County Fairgrounds on Everett-Hull Road. Preregistration for grades 1 through 8 will begin on May 13, and is accepted until June 13. All preregistered spellers will get free admission to the fair with rides excluded. Treat bags and certificates will be awarded to all pre-registered spellers. To pre-register a child, please call Denise Deltondo at 330.530.4011. All proceeds go towards Summer Camp
Hidden in Plain Sight
“Hidden in Plain Sight” will be on display at James A. Garfield on May 15. Doors open at 6:30pm with a 90 minute presentation beginning at 7:00 pm. The exhibit is open to adults only. There is no charge for admittance.
Let’s Build a Community
May 15, June 5 & 19
Let’s Build Community at the Center. Open community days at the gymnasium at the old Mantua Center School, 11741 Mantua Center Rd. (just north of SR 82) will continue, but now on the first and third Wednesdays (changed from Tuesday) of each month, with reduced hours of 10am to 4 pm. Potluck lunch at noon. Meet with friends, or make some new ones. Play cards or other games, learn quilt piecing or crochet. Help work a challenging new jigsaw puzzle which will be started on May first. Not just for seniors! Folks of all ages are invited, but youngsters must have supervision.
Polka! Polka! Polka!
Polka! Polka! Polka! Jake Kouwe from the Chardon Polka Band will provide a fun-filled musical evening May 16 from 7– 8pm at The Pines at Brooks House Assisted Living! Sitting still may not be an option as Jake’s high-energy polka will bring a smile to your face and a tap to your toe! You are invited to this free event! Refreshments will follow! The Pines at Brooks House is located at 18122 Claridon-Troy Rd. (SR 700), Hiram, OH, in Troy Township, about 5 miles north of Hiram OH about 1 mile south of SR 422. Questions? Call (440)834-0260, ext. 8, or e-mail your questions to “firstname.lastname@example.org”. Hope to see you there!
Kiwanis Geranium Sale
Newton Falls Kiwanis Club Geranium Sale will be May 17. The sale is to help our local projects at the corner of Broad St. and Milton Blvd. Cost per plant is $3.40. Pre-orders welcome. Buy 6 or more and we’ll deliver locally. Profits will be used to help pay for Junior Olympics, the 1st grade summer book give away, and our annual scholarships to Newton Falls seniors. Call (330) 872-3854 to pre-order.
“Life on the Rocks”
Nelson Kennedy Ledges State Park, 12440 State Rt. 282 Garrettsville, OH 44231 May 18, 10:00 AM – Noon. Free offering. Join Master Gardener and former ODNR Park Manager Mike Blakeman for a 1 mile interpretive hike to see the park’s spring wild flowers and explore its impressive plant diversity. Learn about the area’s unique geology and how many of the plants have adapted to growing on bare rock. This is a good opportunity to see and learn about the area’s spring wild flowers including the rare red trillium. Tree ID will be covered and include Canadian Hemlock and Yellow Birch, both associated more with colder northern climates. Wear sturdy footwear for rocky and uneven terrain. Rain or shine. Meet at parking lot on SR 282. Advance registration is limited and required. 440-834-4656
A Spaghetti Dinner will be held May 18 from 4-7pm at the Parkman Community House, 16295 Main Market Rd, Parkman. Dinner is $7 and children under 5 eat free. Western Phoenix Masonic Lodge #42
Annual Plant Sale
The Mantua Village Garden Club has its annual plant sale set for May 18, from 9am to 1pm. There will be a variety of healthy local plants available, at reasonable prices. The sale will be located at 10710 Main St., in the parking lot of Tradition Flooring Service, across from Chase Bank. From novice to master gardener – if you love plants, flowers, and nature in general, the Mantua Village Garden Club would love to have you as a new member. For more information, call Diane Lottig 330-274-2868, or Lea Lazar 330-274-0614.
AmVets Auxiliary Breakfast
Amvets Post #112 Auxiliary Breakfast will be May 19 from 9am-noon at Amvets Post #112, 37 W. Broad St. in Newton Falls. Menu includes: scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, home fries, pancakes, French toast, biscuits and gravy, toast. Drinks include: coffee, tea and juice. Cost is $6 for adults, $5 for children ages 4-9 and under 4 yrs eat free.
Rolling Thunder Bike Blessing
Rolling Thunder Bike Blessing May 19 at 10:15 a.m. at the Hambden Congregational Church, 13840 GAR Hwy in Hambden Township, Oh 44024. This is a Patriotic service to honor our Veterans, and pray for Rolling Thunder as they prepare to make their annual trip to Washington D.C. For more information contact Dorothy at 440.286.4655
Cub Scout Pack 62 of Garrettsville is collecting U.S. flags for our May 23 flag retirement ceremony. If you have a worn or old flag in need of retirement you may drop it off at Garrettsville Hardware or call David Schaefer at 330-274-0572 or email us at GvillePack62@yahoo.com.
Newton Falls Plant Exchange
Newton Falls Plant Exchange will be May 25 from 9 am-12 noon is the date for this year’s Plant Exchange. In order to participate simply bring at least six plants to share with other gardeners. Fancy pots not required, a box or bag will do. The Exchange is at the JC Pavilion on Center Street in Newton Falls at the park. Need more details? Call Susan at 330-718-3469.
Stuff our Vehicles
Veterans helping Veterans. Stuff our vehicles on Memorial Day, May 27 either uptown in Burton or at the open house at the American Legion Atwood Mauck Post 459, following the Memorial Day service at 11 am. Items will be for our Veterans in hospitals, nursing homes. For more info 440-834-0764
Memorial Day Service
A Memorial Day Service will be held at the Burton Square Gazebo at 11 am, an open house to follow at the Legion Home on Goodwin St. Contact Bo (440) 834-8764 for more info.
Little Tigers Golf Outing
The Newton Falls Little Tigers will be holding their annual golf outing on June 8, 2013. The four man scramble will be an 8:00 shotgun held at the Olde Dutch Mill golf course. The price is $65.00 per person and will include lunch, dinner, and beverages. Prizes will be given on all holes. Contact Ron Wilcox @ 330-235-3046 or Heather Lyndsey@ 330-654-4100 to sign up or for information.
“Always Patsy Cline”
The Girard Historical Society is teaming up with TNT for an evening of “Always Patsy Cline” on June 12 at 6 pm for social hour and 7 pm show. The evening will also include refreshments, Basket Raffle and 50/50 raffle. The show combines country classics with a hilarious story about three gutsy gals who are determined to better their lives and follow their dreams to Nashville. The tickets are $20.00. Help the Girard Historical Society keep the memories of Girard alive! Trumbull New Theatre is located on rt. 422 in Niles. For more information and tickets, call Kathy at 330-545-4899 or Roberta at 330-883-3847.
Ravenna Summer Fest
Crafters and Vendors needed. Register now. The return of Ravenna Summer Fest is June 15 from 10am-6pm. We are currently looking for vendors and crafters to add to the day’s activities and car show. Please contact Susie (330) 296-3779 or Barb (330) 297-6684
Autism 5k and walk
Akron’s Autism 5k and Walk, formerly Akron Walks for Autism, is the Autism Society of Greater Akron’s premier fundraising and autism awareness event. Money raised stays local to support individuals with autism, their families, and the professionals who support them. The event will be held on June 15 at Lock 3 in downtown Akron. The Autism Society of Greater Akron provides vital programs and services to families living with autism in Summit, Stark, Wayne, Portage and Medina counties and is part of the Autism Society of Ohio. Details of the event can be found at www.akronautism5kandwalk.org, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/LaceitRaceitFaceit.
Hiram College Nature Camps
June 17-21; July 8-12; July 29-August 2
Hiram College Nature Camps are fun and exciting weeks of nature exploration. Children ages 3-14 investigate streams, ponds and forest to learn about living things and the surrounding environment. Catching tadpoles and crayfish, building forts, collecting rocks and playing games are all part of the fun of Nature Camp. It’s a week-long nature adventure filled with fun and surprises! For more information, visit www.hiram.edu/summerathiram, call 330.569.6003 or email email@example.com
Annual Gardening Event
Geauga Co. MGV Annual Gardening Event Comes to Burton Century Village, June 19 from 10am – 4 pm. 100’s of plants, familiar and exotic, as well as unique one of a kind garden art pieces, fun attic treasures, divine desserts, free horticulture demonstrations and “ask the expert.” A full day of fun activities. Proceeds fund the Geauga Co. Master Gardener Volunteers Scholarship Fund. 440-834-4656 www.geauga.osu.edu
June 22-Oct 12
The Rotary Club of Mantua is sponsoring the 9th annual Farmers Market. The location will be at the Christ Lutheran Church parking lot at 10827 S.R 44, in Mantua. The market will run every Saturday, from June 22 – October 12. The hours will be 9am-12:30pm. The cost is $5.00 if you sign up for 8 week-ends or more. For those who sign up for less the cost is $7.00. This year the produce venders will specialize in Heirloom vegetables and flowers. All other vendors’ items will be made from scratch.New vendors are being accepted. Applications may be obtained by contacting Dean Olson. 330-351-3035
Portage Lakes Antique & Classic Boat Show
Portage Lakes Antique & Classic Boat Show will be held on June 29 at, On Tap at The Harbor and The Boathouse (formerly Hook, Line,& Drinkers)Docks, 562 Portage Lakes Drive, Akron, OH 44319 from 9 AM to 3 PM, Rain or Shine. FREE ADMISSION
Ride and Raise funds for our local Veterans.
Motorcyclists can participate in a 2-hour scenic ride through beautiful Geauga County on Sunday, June 30, 2013. The ride starts at Geauga County Fairgrounds in Burton, OH (14373 N Cheshire St) and will be led by Sheriff Dan McClelland and his dog, “Midge”. Registration opens at 8:00am and the $25.00 per motorcycle fee includes breakfast. Onsite food vendor and other fun activities will be available upon return to the fairgrounds. Visit www.bmrmotorcyclerun.com or www.habitatgeauga.org for details. Sponsorship Opportunities For Motorcycle Run Deadline June 30. Become a Sponsor of the ride to help Geauga County Veterans who qualify with home repairs and renovations. Sponsor Levels include: Master Builder-$1,000; Hammer Swinger-$500; Construction Buddy-$250; and Helping Hand-$100. The funds raised from this year’s event will go to purchase building materials and supply quality construction supervision courtesy of Geauga County Habitat for Humanity. Registration and sponsorship information can be found at www.bmrmotorcyclerun.com.
Community Yard Sale
First Church of God in Windham, 9016 N Main St, will be sponsoring a community yard sale on its property on July 6 from 9 am to 3 pm. Space is free and available on a first come, first served bases. A limited number of tables are also available upon request. To reserve a spot to sell your items, call 330-671-1426 or 330-326-2293.
Why Teens Kill Seminar
The Crestwood Lions Club is pleased to bring, Phil Chalmers, teen violence and bullying expert, to the Crestwood Elementary School on July 11 at 7pm. Cost is $10/person. Topics covered will be warning signs, causes, trigger and prevention. Visit PhilChalmers.com for more info. To purchase ticket or for more info contact Mary Hannah (330) 883-9297 or call Phil Chalmer’s office (330) 998-4340