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1 City of Mayor Don Kuchta Economic Development Safety Director Diana Augustine, Exec. Asst a MESSAGE from our Mayor We generally write our Messenger articles a few weeks before the time you actually get them. So I apologize if what is written in some of our messages to you seems like old news. Mayor s Court Mary Ellen Foster, Clerk City Council Dave Engle, President Sylvia Hanneken, Vice President Rita Darrow Nick Molnar Jan Tulley Josephine Arceci, Clerk City Directory Building Mike Hlad, Commissioner Finance Scott M. Svab, Director Fire Tim Black, Chief Human Resources Betsy McCafferty, HR Admin. Police Jon Golden, Chief Recreation Angela Gmerek, Director Service Jim DeGaetano, Service Director Speaking of old news, storm water complaints peak in the month of May every year, over and over. There are lots and lots of them. So many so, that in 2006 after a 100 year storm, I formed a stormwater committee (The Drainage and Sewer Control Committee). The stormwater committee documented the unfortunate mess that some of our residents experience during heavy rain. I have also personally been at many (very many) (too many) sites where we have some of the worst problems. It is just horrible to have your home inundated with stormwater, or in some cases, raw sewage! Believe me, there is no doubt that the City cares about those issues. has tried to work with our Summit County sewer system (DOES), yet within the limits of the funding we had available to do as much as we could. The storm water committee did what it was supposed to. Their efforts combined with our engineers produced a storm water plan. That plan prioritized problems and even had professional input by an engineering firm that was hired by the City to be a stormwater consultant. All of that revealed that some houses had been flooding for years. Previously, there were not the building standards that exist today. That which was allowed long ago should not, and could, not ever happen again with today s building standards. Now we were ready to begin a process of dealing with the problem of stormwater on a large scale. I say large scale because the City has the ability to dig ditches and remove debris and sediment from Indian Creek, but the key to success is TO STOP THE WATER BEFORE IT GETS TO THE CREEK CAUSING IT TO FLOOD. Retention and diversion were in the resultant plan and recommendations. Now all that we needed to do was to start fixing the problems. continued on next page

2 Mayor s Message Don Kuchta, Mayor Except for one thing How would this huge undertaking be funded? There was nowhere near the amount needed being generated by City tax revenue to allow an earnest attempt to initialize the plan. There are also restrictions for spending public money on private property. To do so is against the law. That is where the line is drawn to protect tax payers insuring that their tax dollars are not used for one individual s problems. To fix some problems correctly would even require property acquisition. That was several years ago, now and we still have a plan (that has been constantly updated), so that we could start an earnest effort to address our storm water problems. The City did what it needed to do to get the ball rolling. We had a plan of attack, but needed to fund it and other storm water measures. Some of the problems were addressed (Shepard Hills and Crow for example), but that happened because Shepard Hills Blvd. collapsed and the repair allowed us to do a two-for-one remedy. Plus, we are always ditching and replacing collapsing culverts. We have always wanted to do more. However, we only have so many dollars available each year so prioritizing problems can be trumped by prioritizing spending. Now we add our failing streets and culverts to that mix of pressing problems and needs. There are some streets that our friends and neighbors use and live on that have not been repaired since they were built in 1942! I have included just a very few of the pictures. continued on next page 2

3 Mayor s Message Don Kuchta, Mayor Is this bumpy, soggy, town the that we want to be recognized as the crossroads of North-East Ohio? Are our neighbors embarrassed when visited by people from other communities? How can we help all ns to have the quality of infrastructure some of the rest of the City enjoys? There are residents coming to our Council meetings, and Streets and roads meetings saying that these conditions (streets and stormwater) are unacceptable and that they feel the City needs to get more revenue. They know money has been the problem and expressed their feelings that they would pay to have an ongoing road maintenance program. Well, let s look if that would be a good investment and not a wasted use of money. Let s look at the last 10 years has NOT spent money foolishly. We have not spent more than we have taken in any of those years. We have consistently ended up under budget every year. We have brought down debt and have a healthy rainy day fund. We have not incurred debt fixing any of our neighborhood streets, and we have been doing maintenance, repair, and replacement by paying for those efforts with cash. Previously had borrowed money to fix our neighborhood streets which then resulted in us re-fixing streets that we still owed money on! Most of our large scale improvements (main roads and bridges) have been done with federal funding with a very small percentage paid by the City. We can also be grateful and proud to have very efficient City employees. We have highly rated and outstanding safety forces. We have constantly updated equipment. We have started to give our seniors the attention they deserve by forming and implementing a formal program. Our financial problems are due to the State depleting municipal funding to balance their budget! We are losing hundreds of thousands of dollars that we have every right to collect from the State. They disagree of course, but the monkey is on our back. has so many pluses! Yet we also have minuses in the stormwater and street deficiencies in some neighborhoods. I feel paying assessments for neighborhood streets like they do in some communities like Reminderville is a harsh option. Hudson residents have passed levies to very aggressively attack their stormwater problems. Any increased revenue passed by voters can be designated strictly to stormwater and streets. is growing, and the value of your property grows with our City being a desirable destination. The more pluses and fewer minuses we have, the more one of your biggest investments (your house and property) is worth. We need to work together to formulate and fund a long range plan. Mayor Don Kuchta 3

4 Monthy Update Diana Augustine, Executive Secretary CONGRATULATIONS EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH Ken Turley, Detective- Police Department Ken started his employ with the Police Department in 1987 as a Patrol Officer. He was then promoted to Sergeant in Currently he is assigned to the Detective Bureau where he investigates any crime that occurs in the city. Some investigations include robberies, burglaries including financial crimes, frauds, internet identity thefts and death investigations. Special training is involved in his assignment in the Detective Bureau as one needs to be trained in the Advanced Level of Law Enforcement; specifically Interrogations. Ken and his wife have lived in for 25 years. They have two beautiful daughters; Brynn who will be attending Kent State University in the fall and Gillian who is currently attending Nordonia High School. Ken is very proud of the Police Department and considers it to be an honor to be the Employee of the Month. We congratulate Ken for his extreme dedication to his profession in and his sincere pride to work, protect and live in this great City. 4

5 Monthy Update Diana Augustine, Executive Secretary CONGRATULATIONS BUSINESS OF THE MONTH Huntington Bank, 1011 E Aurora Rd. Huntington Bank has been serving its customers and communities for almost a century and a half with the highest quality products and services. Huntington s branch at 1011 E. Aurora Rd. in is staffed by Jim Thompson (Branch Manager), Maria Davic (Asst. Branch Manager), Laura Crowe (Teller Supervisor), Barbara Furano ( Personal Banker), Amanda Blostic (Teller), Arielle Ulrich (Teller), Jackie Stoy ( Teller) and Cindy Hagenbuch (Teller) who can be reached at Our Huntington bankers go to work each day with a passion for excellence. This is our community where we live and work and strive to make the goals and dreams of individuals, families and businesses come true. Recently Huntington Bank has been named: Highest in Customer Satisfaction with Retail Banking in the North Central Region according to J.D. Power and Associates 2013 TNS Choice Award for Consumer Banking in the Central Region APECS Customer Advocacy Award for the Midwestern Region by The MSR Group for the fourth consecutive year Winner of the 2013 President s E Star Award for Export Service, which is presented by the Department of Commerce s International Trade Administration The bank proudly offers free of charge to customers 24-Hour Grace, which is a distinctive feature that other banks have not followed. 24-Hour Grace was built on the premise that giving the customer a day to make a deposit on an overdrawn account and avoid fees is just the right thing to do. Doing the right thing for customers, which began with 24-Hour Grace, didn t stop there. We have since added Asterisk-Free Checking, a checking account that doesn t have hoops for our customers to jump through to avoid monthly service fees. We are also proud to announce the launch of our VOICE credit card in The VOICE credit card has been identified in the industry as an innovative newcomer. It allows our customers to select from options to create the card that best fits their spending patterns and lifestyle. The VOICE credit card represents not only a new product developed under Mary s leadership, but the introduction of a new revenue channel for Huntington. In technology innovations Huntington has launched mobile banking applications, bill pay and Quick Balance for ipad, iphone and Android applications. The bank s commitment to small business is second to none - Huntington has maintained the position of being the No. 1 SBA lender in the Midwest. In addition, Huntington most recently was named the No.1 SBA lender in the nation for the first half of the fiscal year for the time period October 2013 to March This national ranking is particularly noteworthy because Huntington is 33rd in the country in terms of assets and only makes SBA loans within its six-state footprint. Additionally, Huntington made more SBA 7(a) loans in Ohio, Michigan and West Virginia than all of its competitors combined during the first half of the current SBA fiscal year. The staff, backed by these accomplishments, looks forward to a busy summer serving our customers and welcoming new ones. William Eiler Vice President, Regional Public Relations The Huntington National Bank Phone: Mobile: huntington.com 5

6 Building Department Mike Hlad, Building Commissioner SPRINGTIME REMINDERS FROM THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT Please remember that your trash should not be put on the curb before 5:30 p.m. on the day before pickup. See our rubbish ordinance below, or call the Building Department for more information RUBBISH AND GARBAGE DISPOSAL. (a) Every occupant of any structure shall dispose of all his rubbish in a clean and sanitary manner by placing it in a sanitary receptacle. (b) Every occupant of any structure shall dispose of all his garbage and other waste, which might provide food for insects and rodents, in a clean and sanitary manner by placing it in approved nonleakable, nonabsorbent, covered garbage storage receptacles or in other approved garbage disposal facilities. (c) No waste container or other item for disposal shall be placed on the curb or tree lawn before 5:30 p.m. of the day before pickup, nor left after nightfall of the day of the pickup. (Ord Passed ) The Noxious Weed Ordinance (909.04) was amended by City Council. There is now a $100 fine for high grass after you have been cited for Noxious Weeds twice in one calendar year. The Building Department asks that you please be a responsible homeowner and maintain your property. Any high grass complaints can be directed to (330) To see the Noxious Weed Ordinance in its entirety, please visit our website. Do I need a permit for my home project?? Check with the Building Department before beginning home-improvement projects. Requirements vary, but permits are required for electrical, mechanical, plumbing or structural work. As a result of getting a permit, an inspector will check the work. Inspections provide a measure of safety to protect your life and property. Projects that require permits in : Sheds Decks Pools, hot tubs, spas Fences Replacing driveways, patios, walkways, or parking pads Replacing electrical outlets Remodeling bathrooms and kitchens Building an addition or seasonal room Replacing furnaces, water heaters, fireplaces, or air conditioning units If you are planning on making home improvements, contact us to find out what Building codes apply and if you need a permit. We can be reached at (330) and are happy to assist you. Additional information is also available at 6

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8 Council Notes Nick Molnar, Councilman With The Spirit of Community Festival quickly approaching I wanted to take the time to thank all the people that are making the event possible. First, I would like to thank Dave Engle, Ken Martin, Mike Miller and Rita Darrow who voted last year to support the festival making a come back! Second, Angela Gmerek and all of the staff members working to help the coordination of the event. We are very excited and hope you will join us for some fun and sense of community. Please tell your neighbors and friends that all are welcome and we look forward to seeing you there June 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th! The event will include games, rides, music, food, beverages, and my favorite, Fireworks! See you there! CITY COUNCIL 2014 Council Office: Dave Engle, President (term expires 12/31/17) Rita Darrow, Councilwoman (term expires 12/31/15) Jan Tulley, Councilwoman (term expires 12/31/17) Sylvia Hanneken, Vice President (term expires 12/31/17) Nick Molnar, Councilman (term expires 12/31/15) Josephine Arceci, Clerk of Council continued on next page 8

9 Council Notes Nick Molnar, Councilman The Spirit of Community Festival June 5, 6, 7 & 8, 2014 Updated 5/27/14 Parks and Recreation Department is currently making preparations for The Spirit of Community Festival scheduled for June 5-8, 2014! Attractions over the four day event will include live entertainment, food concessions, fireworks, amusement rides, midway games, costumed characters, raffles, roaming artists, Relaxation Station, beer garden, community business and organization booths, and much more! The community is invited to bring lawn chairs & blankets to enjoy live entertainment and a spectacular firework show! Free Parking. Free Admission. Free Entertainment. Thursday, June 5: 6-10 PM Enjoy food concessions, games, amusement rides, live entertainment & more! 7-10 PM Elipsus Main Stage Friday, June 6: 6-11 PM Enjoy food concessions, games, amusement rides, live entertainment & more! 7-10 PM Fast Lane (Eagles Tribute) Main Stage Saturday, June 7: 1-11 PM Enjoy food concessions, games, amusement rides, live entertainment & more! 1-3 PM Family Learning Center for Music performance Main Stage 2-4 PM Visit with 2 Disney Princesses! 4-6 PM Live Music Main Stage 7-11 PM Cleveland s Breakfast Club Main Stage 10 PM American Fireworks Display! Sunday, June 8: 1-10 PM Enjoy food concessions, games, amusement rides, live entertainment & more! (Fireworks rain date at dark) 2-4 PM Visit with 2 Disney Princesses! 2:30-4 PM Visit with Webster, the Akron RubberDuck s mascot! 4-6 PM Haywire Main Stage 7-10 PM Hello Dollie Main Stage Advance discounted daily pass wristband sales good for unlimited amusement rides will be available for purchase through the Family Recreation Center May 22 through June 4, Save $5 per wristband! THANK YOU TO OUR 2014 SPONSORS! Baker Vehicle System, Inc. ProQuip, Inc. Jet Systems, Inc. Incom Integrated Computer Systems, Inc. Blue Willow Lounge Western Reserve Cable 9 The Spirit of Community Festival, 1494 East Aurora Road,, Ohio Summit Dental Specialists, Inc. Hudec Dental Associates, Inc. 9

10 Fire Department Tim Black, Fire Chief Last month we ran an article on page 3 regarding "Tornado Information". We received several s afterwards concerning some of the details. It stated: "If you are outside with no shelter: Immediately get into a vehicle, buckle your seat belt and try to drive to the closest sturdy shelter". To clarify this statement, if we are in a 'Tornado Warning' seek IMMEDIATE SHELTER! Do not attempt to drive to a shelter. If we are in a 'Tornado Watch', and you do not have shelter, you may drive to a shelter closest to your location. Many areas have designated shelters during watches. We do not have public tornado shelters in. Most homes have basements, but in areas where no adequate shelters exists you may go to a designated shelter. In any case, use common sense. We do not have tornado sirens in! We do utilize a siren on top of the old Fire Station during tornado warnings if we have personnel to hand operate via a switch in the old Fire Department. Do not rely on this to be notified. Many advances in technology are available. Cell phone alerts, weather radios, and TV broadcasts should be utilized for advance notice of tornado watches and warnings. For the best emergency preparedness information go to our City of web and to the left are 'Popular Links', click on 'Emergency Information'. Stay safe! Hydrant Flushing The Fire Department will be conducting its annual hydrant flushing. It is taking place from now through the next few months. Please run your water until clear before use for cooking and or doing laundry. Also some hydrants might be observed to be open with running water in neighborhoods. This is normal and there is no hazard. Thanks and have a great summer! 10

11 Police Department Jon Golden, Chief Pedestrian Safety Tips Always cross at corners, within marked crosswalks where available. If crossing in other locations, yield the right of way to vehicles. Look left, right and left again before crossing. Watch for turning cars. Never cross between parked cars. Walk on the sidewalk. If there is no sidewalk available, walk as far off the roadway as possible. Always walk against traffic. Obey traffic signals, especially "Walk/Don't Walk." Remain alert! Don't assume that cars are going to stop. Make eye contact with the driver to make sure they see you. Don't talk on a cell phone or wear earphones when crossing the street. Wear bright or reflective clothing or shoes when walking at night. Avoid dark clothes; drivers can't avoid what they can't see. Stay sober. Walking while impaired greatly increases your chances of being struck. Take a cab, bus or use a designated driver to get home safe. Supervise and teach your children about safe walking. Remember that children under the age of nine often lack the judgment to make safe choices when dealing with traffic. Their size also makes them difficult to see. Bicycle Safety Tips Riding a bicycle is more than just basic transportation; it can be a fun and exciting hobby. When your children ride, remind them that they are not alone on the road. They share the road with cars, trucks pedestrians and other cyclists. Since accidents can turn a bicycle adventure into a tragedy, here are some tips to make your child s ride a safer one: Tell your children to wear bicycle helmets. Studies show that using a bicycle helmet can reduce head injuries. Make sure children wear proper clothing. Clothing should be light in color and close fitting (no baggy pants) to avoid being caught in the bicycle s moving parts. Teach children to obey the rules of the road, including traffic signals, signs and road markings. Teach children that before entering a street or intersection to check for traffic, and always look left-right-left again. Bikes should always be walked across busy streets at corners or crosswalks. Children s bikes should display front, back and side reflectors. Their helmets can also have reflective tape or stickers to decorate it. Make sure that their bikes are adjusted properly. Check to make sure that all parts are secure and working. The handlebars should be firmly in place and turn easily, the wheels should be straight and secure, and brakes need to be checked often. Tires need to be checked for pressure, bulges and cracks. Teach children to always lock their bike to prevent theft. 11

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13 Service Department Jim DeGaetano, Service Director On Saturday, April 26, 2014, members of the Garden Club and students from Nordonia cleaned up Memorial Park. On May 3rd, the Kiwanis Club and volunteers were at Longwood Park to clean up. The Garden Club Plant sale was held on May 10th at 9683 Valley View Road the old Fire House. Thank you to the Nordonia Hills Garden Club, Kiwanis Club and volunteers for all your hard work cleaning up at the parks. Crack sealing began May 5th. The roads we started on were Shepard Hills, Berkshire, Deepwood, South Freeway, North Freeway and South Bedford. If we still have material and time left on the machine, we will continue on with additional streets. Weather permitting. My trades crew and I will be on North Bedford completing the Storm Water project. We will be placing the last three catches, 230 of pipe, headwall, driveways and landscaping weather permitting. I will also have a couple men doing restorations and filling pot holes in between. Free mulch is available. The mulch program is free to Residents only on a first come first serve basis bring your own tools, containers etc. to help yourself to the mulch we ask that you please be considerate of others and only take what you need. This year the quantity available is much less due to unauthorized materials dumped in the brush pile. While our tub grinding contractor was making the mulch they came across a lot of materials that is not acceptable to be dropped off. They found drywall, treated wood, wood soaked in creosol, nails and screws left behind in old wood most likely from a deck or pallets and root balls still attached to shrubs. Unfortunately, a combination of the unauthorized materials caused damages to the contractors tub grinder. We ask if you wish to take advantage of the brush drop off program that you only drop off brush. This includes branches, Christmas trees, and brush from your yard only. The following are not accepted in the pile: no stumps, no root balls, no leaves, no grass clippings, no treated wood, no pallets, no construction debris, and no foreign materials. In order to continue to provide the free mulch program we can only accept brush that meets our guidelines of acceptable items. If residents continue to use the drop off location as a dumpster then we will have to discontinue the program. We do not have the funding to repair contractors equipment for stuff that was dumped in the pile causing damages. We thank you in advance for following the guidelines to provide a free program for our residents. Animal Control currently the City s animal control contract only covers nuisance animals that get into your living quarters such as your living room, kitchen, bedroom etc. It does not cover attics or basements. This is the time of year that many animals are looking for a comfy/safe location to have their babies. Once babies are big enough to leave the momma they will leave their comfy area. Here are a few suggestions to keep the nuisance animals away: Patch any holes in your roof Make sure your chimney is capped Make sure there are no holes in the eves or air vents Use moth balls or moth crystals as a deterrent Keep trash/recycle cans sealed and in a place to not attract animals. Make sure you do not have weedy overgrowth or wood piles (they make perfect homes) Jim DeGaetano Service Director 13

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15 Senior News Cheri Kuczma, Senior Coordinator FREE MOVIE THEATER DAY! FREE POPCORN * MONDAY * JUNE 16 * 12:00PM BINGO * JUNE 6 & JUNE 20 * 11:30am 1:30pm $2.00 picnic lunch available, please RSVP ext 432 Special Thanks to Petitti Garden Center for Kicking off the Gardening Season! Special Thanks to COMFORCARE senior services for monthly birthday celebrations! Special Thanks to CATER FOR YOU for delicious and dependable catering service! Special Thanks to Nordonia Middle School 8 th grade Jazz Band! WOW Special Thanks to Brentwood Healthcare Facility! another WOW Special Thanks to Petal Place Florist for the beautiful floral goodies for Mothers Day! * SENIOR CENTER HOURS MON-FRI 10AM 4PM * ext 432 LUNCH & LEARN AT BRENTWOOD HEALTH CARE FACILITY We enjoyed free lunch, tour, dessert and a sample of their life enriching activities 15

16 Senior News Cheri Kuczma, Senior Coordinator Senior Center * HOT LUNCH Tuesdays $3.50 at 12:30 * Thursdays $3.00 at 12:00 Please RSVP for all events to Cheri K * ext 432 Special Thanks to FERFOLIA FUNERAL HOMES, INC. for special donation to the Senior Center for the Easter Baskets for Summit County Children s Services. We donated 40 easter baskets for kids ages newborn to thirteen Very special thank you to MARY FERFOLIA-LANSKY for joining us in April and informing us on the very interesting ways to celebrate a life. Please RSVP for all events to Cheri K * ext 432 FOOT CARE APPTS AVAILABLE * 9am-11am * WEDNESDAY MAY 28 * OR * WEDNESDAY * JUNE 18 * ext 432 * MAHJONG PLAYERS WANTED! Experienced players wanting to meet at the Senior Center each week to play SPECIAL THANKS TO ED & PAT LACHOWSKI FOR BINGO & LUNCH BUNCH SPECIAL THANKS TO TOM & CAROL KEMERY FOR THE HELP & SUPPORT SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL PARTICPANTS FOR YOUR LOYAL APPRECIATION Please RSVP to Cheri K for all events * ext 432 * it is greatly appreciated 16

17 Senior News Cheri Kuczma, Senior Coordinator SPECIAL THANKS TO NORDONIA SCHOOLS FOR Inviting the group for brunch at the Nordonia Middle School on May 20!! And for Joining the Group on April 22 providing musical entertainment by the Nordonia High School Band Ensembles 17

18 Cuyahoga Valley Career Center News Summer Camps for students currently in 4 th -9 th grade-register now! 3 Camp Weeks-June 9-12 (grades 7-9), June (grades 7-9), June (grades 4-6) at Cuyahoga Valley Career Center (CVCC). Explore! Discover! Create! $195 for district students. Camp descriptions & registration forms are online at Practical Nursing Free Information Night Monday, June 16 from 6:00 8:00 p.m. at Cuyahoga Valley Career Center (CVCC). Meet the Nursing Supervisor, faculty and financial aid specialist. Learn about the curriculum and the e-learning environment. Successful completion allows individuals to take the State Board licensing examination for practical nursing. Register online at 24 hours in advance. For more information call EKG Technician Free Information Night Monday, June 23 from 6:00-7:00 p.m. at Cuyahoga Valley Career Center (CVCC). Learn about the 60 hour program that begins on August 5. For more information call Dental Assisting Program Free Information Night Monday, August 11 from 6:00 7:00 p.m. at Cuyahoga Valley Career Center (CVCC). Learn about this 216 hour program that begins on September 22. Pre-entrance exam required. Financial aid available to those who qualify. For more information call Pharmacy Technician Free Information Night Monday, August 18 from 6:00 7:00 p.m. at Cuyahoga Valley Career Center (CVCC). Learn about this 696 hour program that begins on September 22. For more information call ! 18

19 Library News NORDONIA HILLS BRANCH LIBRARY UPCOMING EVENTS!!! 9458 Olde Eight Rd., Northfield, Registration is suggested for programs FAMILY Mini Flower Pots Tuesday, June 3, 6:30 pm Decorate a mini flower pot and plant a flower to grow. Paws for Reading 1st and 3rd Thursdays, 6:45 pm Read a book to one of our therapy dogs. Bring a book from home or read one of ours! Children of all ages are welcome. No registration is needed. Science Saturday Saturday, June 14, 2:30 pm The Sci-Mobile is coming for hands-on exploration and experiments. Family Night One Monday a month at 6:30 pm June 16 Put together a sock monster. STORY TIMES Please register beginning May 12. CHILDREN Akron Zoo, Tuesday, June 24, 6:30 pm A zookeeper from the Akron Zoo will introduce us to some of their animal friends. SCHOOL AGE For students in Kindergarten 5th grade. Tuesdays at 2 pm. June 10 - Outdoor Fun Bubbles and Chalk June 17 - Drip E. Faucet. Magician, juggler, and.plumber? June 24 - Hot Wheels Derby - Come and race your car. If you don t have a car some will be available to borrow. 3rd-4th Grade Book Club One Monday each month at 4 pm June 9 - TBA- A required 3rd grade summer reading book TEEN PROGRAMS Baby Time Thursdays, 10:15 am, June 12-July 10 For children 24 months and under with a parent or caregiver. Toddler Story Time Thursdays, 11 am, June 12-July 10 For children 2-3 years old, with two-year-olds accompanied by a parent or caregiver. Preschool Story Time Thursdays, 12:15 pm, June 12-July 10 For children 3-5 years old, not yet in Kindergarten. Teen Cafe For students going into grade 5 and up. Every Thursday at 2 pm. June 12 Make wire picture holders. June 19 Create your own willow lantern. June 26 2nd Annual Paper Airplane Races! Teen Volunteer Classes Students going into 5th grade or up may volunteer to help with the SRP. You must attend one of the classes to volunteer. Bring your calendars to the meeting. It is recommended for parents to come with their child. Monday, June 2, 6:30 pm Wednesday, June 4, 2 pm Thursday, June 5, 10:30 am Thursday, June 5, 2:30 pm continued on next page 19

20 Library News ADULT PROGRAMS Book Discussions: Monday, June 9, 2 pm Reader s Choice Thursday, June 12, 2 pm HOUSE GIRL Thursday, June 19, 7 pm LIZZIE S AMISH COOK- BOOK Thursday, June 26, 7 pm THE ORCHARDIST Thursday, June 5, 7 pm Cleveland Summertime Memories Author Gail Bellamy discusses what made the summertime special when growing up in Cleveland. Enjoy stories of Northeast Ohioans who shared in the same fun and excitement of growing up here. Rediscover some of your own summertime memories! Saturday, June 7, 10 am - 4 pm Crafters Corner Join your fellow crafters for daylong fun. Bring your own supplies. Come for an hour or the entire day. No experience necessary all crafts welcome! Mondays and Tuesdays, June 9 - August 26, 10:30 11:30 am Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance Kim Mozzochi conducts this FREE exercise series geared toward older adults wanting to improve strength, flexibility and muscle tone. Space is limited. This series may be cancelled due to low attendance. Tuesday, June 10, 6-8 pm Stitch Clique Join us for crocheting/knitting tips, friendship, advice and more. Tuesday, June 17, 6-8 pm Nonprofit Board Basics Toby Ann Weber presents the basics of board member responsibilities and how you can help your nonprofit organization achieve its mission. Wednesday, June 18, 2 pm Eldercare Options and Affordability Cilla and Kevin Buck of Care Patrol the various lifestyle options for seniors and caregivers. Thursday, June 19, 7 pm The Learned Disciplines of Management Author Jim Burkett discusses how to practice the seven learned disciplines of management. Saturday, June 21, 10 am 5 pm Nordonia Hills Game Time Meet and join in with players of various games. All ages welcome. No registration necessary. Monday, June 23, 6:30 pm Retirement Planning and Social Security Richard Geiger of Oswald Financial, Inc. discusses how you can maximize your Social Security benefits. Calculations, work, taxation, and more. Hands-On Computer Classes: No registration is required. You must have a ticket to be admitted to each hands-on class. Class size is strictly limited to 15 participants. Tickets will be passed out ½ hour prior to each class time. Wednesday, June 11, 2-3:30 pm ipads and Beyond Wednesday, June 25, 2-3:30 pm Windows 8: DEMO Thursday, June 12, 6:30 pm Socrates Café A regular gathering of adults engaging in great conversation, thoughtful ideas, and reasoned debates. For all patrons 16 & over. 20

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