The American Legion, Geauga County Council Early Bird Pancake Breakfast on October 21

The American Legion, Geauga County Council is holding anEarly Bird Pancake Breakfast benefit for Geauga County Veterans in need. The benefit is being held at the Burton American Legion Atwood-Mauck Post #459, located at 14052 Goodwin Avenue, Burton Ohio, Sunday, October 21st. Enjoy Buttermilk or Blueberry Pancakes with Sausage or Biscuits with Sausage Gravy, Coffee & Orange Juice. … Read more

Gather Friends and Family for Geauga Park District’s Pumpkin Centerpiece Workshop on October 26

Floral designer Louise Reiling from Auburn Pointe Greenhouse looks forward to helping you create your own floral arrangement in a hollowed-out pumpkin during Geauga Park District’s Pumpkin Centerpiece Workshop at The West Woods’ charming Affelder House. Registration is required for this workshop on Friday, October 26th, at Geauga Park District or 440-286-9516, with $22 fee covering materials and refreshments. … Read more

Geauga Park District Rangers Present Hunter Education Course for Beginners on October 20 and October 27

Geauga Park District’s Ranger Department is offering a Hunter Education Course spanning two upcoming Saturdays, October 20th and 27th, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Big Creek Park’s Donald W. Meyer Center. Admission will be limited to 10 students, with registration required on the Ohio Division of Natural Resources’ website at http://bit.ly/2DXmn6G. Coursework will be for first-time hunters … Read more

The Crisis Continues – The Geauga Growth Partnership Provides an Update on Substance Abuse for the Business Community

Every two years the Geauga Growth Partnership provides an update about substance abuse affecting Geauga County businesses. That time is now. Join them on Friday, October 19th for this important event. The Opioid Crisis: Updates, Treatment Options & Workplace Policy Friday, October 19th from 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m (the program may extend to 10:15 a.m.) 7:30 a.m. … Read more

Newbury 5th Graders Create Solar System Projects

Newbury Elementary’s 5th grade science class, taught by Ms. Kate Hess,  created solar system projects this year. Students who participated were: Shain Gordon, Julianna Shaffer, Jadyn Brendy, Kaylee Roncalli, Jillian Drabek, Mason Towey, Julia Humr, Anderson Louden, London Caputa, Lillian Rondini, Brandy Alkire, Alie Ruchalski, Corey Crampton, Kora Deister, Gabriel Rainer, Samuel Peraza, Kyleigh Martin, … Read more