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Everyone is Getting Ready for Winter

Every good gardener knows the vegetable garden needs a thorough cleaning at the end of the growing season. Getting rid of all vegetation and debris is very important to defeat garden pest eggs and disease. A clean garden bed protected with mulch or a cover crop enriches the soil for great veggies next year. However, in our flowerbeds and yards we don’t need to be so particular. We can help the bees, birds and insects by not being so tidy.

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Volume 7, Issue 11, Posted 6:53 PM, 11.07.2016

Halloween Safety Tips

Children & Families

Children under the age of 12 should not be alone at night without adult supervision. Parents should walk with their children, do not drive in a vehicle following slowly, as this is unsafe for others crossing streets.  If children are mature enough to be out without supervision, they should stick to familiar areas that are well lit and trick-or-treat in groups. Trick-or-treat hours in the City of Euclid are from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. and children should visit homes with porch lights turned on. If you are handing out treats, turn on your porch light, clear away anything in the yard that children can trip over, and restrain your pets.

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Volume 7, Issue 10, Posted 7:46 PM, 10.03.2016

For Love Of The Daily Newspaper

The Friends of the Euclid Library invited the public and Phillip Morris, Plain Dealer columnist, to their Annual meeting on September 22nd. Readers know him as a resident whose twice weekly stories are often rooted in Euclid.

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Volume 7, Issue 10, Posted 7:46 PM, 10.03.2016

HELP Change Lives

Most people find jobs, some find careers, and very few are fortunate enough to find their passion.

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Volume 7, Issue 10, Posted 7:46 PM, 10.03.2016

International Credit Union Day is October 20

In 1948, the third Thursday of October was designated International Credit Union Day to honor those who have dedicated their lives to the credit union movement, recognize the accomplishments ofthose working in the industry and show Members our appreciation. To learn more about the international event, visit http://www.woccu.org/events/icuday.

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Volume 7, Issue 10, Posted 7:46 PM, 10.03.2016

Euclid’s Azman Quality Meats Earns Sausage Titles at Polka Hall of Fame Festival

Bill Azman’s customers know his Slovenian sausages are out of this world. After all, they’re the only Slovenian sausages to have traveled into space. Folks attending the 13th Slovenian Sausage Festival in Kirtland, Ohio, agreed and Azman Quality Meats took titles as the People’s Choice and the Best of Fest judges’ award for top klobasa. More than 1,200 visitors attended the music event hosted by the National Cleveland-Style Polka Hall of Fame and Museum on Wednesday, September 14, 2016, at SNPJ Farm in Kirtland. They sampled the products of several vendors, as did a festival jury. Raddell’s Sausage Shop of Cleveland was voted runner-up for both categories.

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Volume 7, Issue 10, Posted 7:46 PM, 10.03.2016

Green Infrastructure Project Brings Post Office Drop Box to Downtown Euclid

The City of Euclid has recently completed a green infrastructure project resulting in both environmental and practical improvements to the Downtown Municipal Parking Lot.  The project included the installation of trees and pervious concrete as well as a drive-through post office drop box.

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Volume 7, Issue 10, Posted 7:46 PM, 10.03.2016

Corrigan Deighton - Compassionate and Professional

My Mom chose Corrigan Deighton to handle her final arrangements. I was very pleased with her choice. Rick Tolley guided me through some very difficult times. He respected all my Mom's wishes and helped me make a number of decisions. The level of service provided by Rick and Corrigan Deighton far surpassed my expectations. They gave me excellent advice and handled my Mom's service with class and dignity. I will always be thankful to Rick for helping me through the roughest week of my life. I give Corrigan Deighton my highest recommendation.

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Volume 7, Issue 10, Posted 7:46 PM, 10.03.2016

Great Biking Renovations in Euclid

            My name is Anthony Sweet and I am a sophomore at Benedictine High School. As a substantial biker in Euclid, I am extremely happy about the new bike lanes and racks in Euclid. The construction workers did an amazing job installing all the bike racks and bike paths. In the summer, I bike about 14 miles every day, if not more. The new biking conditions bring attention that there are a lot of bikers out there and drivers need to be careful. With these new additions bikers can feel more safe.

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Volume 7, Issue 10, Posted 7:46 PM, 10.03.2016

Three Deserving Causes, One Exciting Event

Have you ever been to a stuffy, black-tie fundraising affair and thought to yourself “Ugh, I wish I had just sent in a check.” Or maybe, like me, the limits of your calendar (or your budget) force you to make choices about which local causes to support. If you’ve struggled with either of these issues, then problem solved! Thanks to the creativity and collaboration of several Euclid organizations – you can have a great time doing good on September 23rd at the Shore Cultural Centre’s “Fall Crawl and Casino Night” – with proceeds benefitting three worthy causes.

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Volume 7, Issue 9, Posted 5:18 PM, 09.09.2016

Street Cop

The shooting at nearby Sims Park brought an unwanted chill to this sizzling summer.  Conversation turned to the danger of random violent crime in Euclid.  At the invitation of the neighborhood organization, East 216th Neighbors, Captain Kevin Kelly agreed to hear concerns and answer questions of residents in the Edgecliff area. The stand-up meeting drew about 40 people from neighboring streets.

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Volume 7, Issue 9, Posted 5:18 PM, 09.09.2016

Help with Adult Education

St.Noel Church in Willoughby Hills is offering free individual tutoring for adults wanting to get their high school certificate (GED).  The Adult Education Resource Center can help with Math and English (Language Arts) studies.  Or, if someone would just like to improve reading, spelling or math skills for personal or employment reasons, the AERC can help as well.

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Volume 7, Issue 9, Posted 5:18 PM, 09.09.2016

A Note from Euclid Kiwanis

What and exciting time we had at the National Night out against Crime held on August 2nd. The Kiwanis club had a dum-dum tree for the children. If they picked a dum-dum with a colored stick they received a prize.  There was a raffle for the kids to sign up for chance to win a back pack full of school supplies. There were two winner’s, one for a girl and one for a boy.  Officer Bonchek pulled the names and awarded each of the winners. Thank you Officer Bonchek for your assistance and service!  Fun was had by all! 

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Volume 7, Issue 9, Posted 5:18 PM, 09.09.2016

What's New at the Y?

The beginning of the month always brings the same question.... what's new at the Y?!

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Volume 7, Issue 9, Posted 5:18 PM, 09.09.2016

BlabOnAir Relaunches "On-Air" Programming Near Euclid Ohio

BlabOnAir re-launches "On-Air" programming near Euclid Ohio. BlabOnAir Communications (formerly of Lakewood Ohio) brings numerous programs to Chandler Park, blocks from the Euclid Border. Maintaining 1400 sq ft of space, BlabOnAir is poised to be a major contributor to Businesses,Organizations and Schools alike. With five (5) converted offices, 12 cubicles (each outfitted with a Mac or Windows-Based computer), sufficient High-Speed Internet and other useable real estate, our entry into this region will be a huge success for all involved. Below are some of the services BlabOnAir Communications will provide:

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Volume 7, Issue 9, Posted 5:18 PM, 09.09.2016

"Charity Tuesday" at Beach Club Bistro

The Beach Club Bistro at 21939 Lakeshore Blvd. in Euclid (216-731-7499; http://www.bcbistro.biz/) is a wonderful locally owned and operated independent restaurant in Euclid. They have a program that gives back to the community called "Charity Tuesdays".

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Volume 7, Issue 9, Posted 5:18 PM, 09.09.2016

Creative Drone Program Allows Hospice Patients to “Fly Back in Time”

A walk along the beach to capture a spectacular Lake Erie sunset, a visit to a much-loved family vacation destination… Hospice of the Western Reserve has found a way to allow patients and families at David Simpson Hospice House and other locations to re-live memories like these in real time through a program called A Flight to Remember.

The innovative program – the first of its kind in the United States – is offered in partnership with Aerial Anthropology, a Cleveland-based provider of aerial videography and photography. It allows hospice patients to experience a live, bird’s-eye view of a place that is meaningful to them using drone technology. The experience is offered at no cost to patients and families cared for by Hospice of the Western Reserve and its affiliate, Hospice of Medina County.

How does it work?  The hospice team works individually with patients and their families to determine the location they would like to “visit.” Fly over zones must comply with FAA safety guidelines, so Aerial Anthropology works with the agency and the family to determine whether the desired site is feasible, and to coordinate arrangements with facilities on the ground. At a scheduled time, the family receives an email with a link to connect to a live feed of the drone video. The hospice patient or a designated family member serve as the “virtual pilot,” providing direction to the drone pilot by phone about what he or she would like to see. The flight can be viewed on laptops, tablets, or a Smart TV with Internet access. Experiences typically last 20 to 25 minutes.

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Volume 7, Issue 9, Posted 5:18 PM, 09.09.2016

Please Join Us for the "This Is Euclid" Art Walk

On Friday, September 23rd from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m., there will be an art walk in Downtown Euclid on Lakeshore Blvd. to feature the many photographs that were submitted for This Is Euclid, the city sponsored photography contest. Hundreds of photographs have been received, and you can view them all in the slide shows at www.cityofeuclid.com, under the Announcements tab.  

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Volume 7, Issue 9, Posted 5:18 PM, 09.09.2016

Euclid’s First Brewery Connects with the Community

Since its opening in May the Euclid Brewing Company has endeavored to connect with its neighbors and the city’s residents. The nano-brewery’s two-barrel system is installed in full view of the tap room’s customers, and brewer-owner Doug Fry stays busy each week brewing and kegging a variety of beer styles.

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Volume 7, Issue 9, Posted 5:18 PM, 09.09.2016

LaRiccia Barber Shop Teams Up with Beachland Hair Design

Daniel LaRiccia closed the doors to LaRiccia's Barber Shop on E. 200th Street at the end of July to join forces with Beachland Hair Design, located at 18324 Lakeshore Blvd..

After 40 years of service to the Collinwood and Euclid area, Danniel decided to go into Semi Retirment mode , working just Thursday, Friday and Saturday, from 8 a.m. til 2 p.m. Daniel will still be able to offer all of his clients and friends the same quality services, and traditional barbering hair styling

Originally from the South Collinwood area Danny attended Collinwood High School , went into the barbering trade and worked side by side with his father At LaRiccia Barber Shop then located near London and St. Clair, sometime in the late 70's ear;y 80's Danny and his father moved to the Euclid Ohio area and remained on E. 200th Street for almost 30 year.

We welcome Danny to Beachland Hair Designs , and hope that we see you there someday for a classic barber hair style.

For more information on our services at Beachland Hair Design please like our page on facebook.

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Volume 7, Issue 9, Posted 5:18 PM, 09.09.2016

120 Cars Washed in 5 Hours as VASJ Lady Viking Volleyball and Action CARSTAR Auto Body “Suds It Up” for Make-A-Wish!

We didn’t think we could do it, but we DID…again!  On Saturday, August 6th (with a team of 25 plus), VASJ Lady Viking Volleyball team and Action CARSTAR Auto Body-Euclid staff again broke their record of number of cars washed at their “Suds It Up” 8th Annual car wash fundraiser. Last year the team washed 110 cars.  Action CARSTAR supplied the soap and wash coordination and the girls supplied the GIRL POWER!

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Volume 7, Issue 9, Posted 5:18 PM, 09.09.2016

Up Close with Taneika Hill, The Newly Elected Ward 3 Council Women in Euclid

Taneika Hill has lived in Euclid, Ohio for six-years, she is a mother, a wife, and a long time standing member of Imani United Church of Christ, where she serves as the minister of community relations. She has been actively involved in forming neighborhood community groups, starting neighborhood gardens and serving on several appointed committees. She now serves as Council Woman for Ward 3.

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Volume 7, Issue 9, Posted 5:18 PM, 09.09.2016

Walk to Remember Raises Nearly $200,000 for Hospice of the Western Reserve Patients, Families

Community spirit, dedicated workers and volunteers, and Mother Nature each had a part in making Hospice of the Western Reserve’s Walk to Remember 2016 a huge success. Sponsored by FirstMerit Bank, the annual fundraiser drew more than 2,400 walkers to the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo on June 12 to celebrate the memory of their loved ones. More than $200,000 was raised to help fund special programs and services provided by the nonprofit organization.

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Volume 7, Issue 8, Posted 1:19 PM, 08.11.2016

Day with a Friend

Euclid Creek flows north through 12 communities and nearby Euclid and Collinwood.  The stream makes its way to meet Lake Erie at Wildwood Reservation of the Cleveland Metroparks. If it only could speak, the Creek could tell of its ancestors who were here when the area was covered by mile-high glaciers. An old and familiar landmark, so a group of 80 decided to get to spend a day getting to make a fresh acquaintance

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Volume 7, Issue 8, Posted 1:19 PM, 08.11.2016

Five-Year Cancer Survivor from Eucild Celebrates Life with more than 140 Fellow Survivors from Across the Country

Coleen Harris, a breast cancer survivor from Eucild, Ohio, joined more than 140 five-year cancer survivors on Friday, June 10, 2016, for Celebrate Life®, an annual day of empowerment and celebration conceived by Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) at Midwestern Regional Medical Center (Midwestern). This was the 28th year that CTCA® at Midwestern has held Celebrate Life, and a record number of patients and caregivers participated to mark the occasion.

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Volume 7, Issue 8, Posted 1:19 PM, 08.11.2016

Euclid Police Department

I am writing on behalf of my husband, who was a businessman and resident of Euclid for 40 years.  

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Volume 7, Issue 8, Posted 1:19 PM, 08.11.2016

Crime Stoppers

Crime Stoppers encourages members of the community to assist local law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime by overcoming two (2) of the key elements that inhibit community involvement: fear and apathy. Crime Stoppers provides an anonymous telephone number, Text Tips and Web Tips to encourage citizens in the community to volunteer vital information helpful to law enforcement agencies to fight against crime.

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Volume 7, Issue 8, Posted 1:19 PM, 08.11.2016

Mary Turk turns 100!

Mary Berkopec Turk turned 100 years old on July 25th, and was honored with a Proclamation from Mayor Kirsten Holzheimer-Gail at the Euclid Senior Center.

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Volume 7, Issue 8, Posted 1:19 PM, 08.11.2016

Large Crowd Attends Heritage Home Program Information Session

Almost every seat was full in Euclid City Council Chambers on July 27th as roughly one hundred people turned out to learn about the newly available Heritage Home Program.  The information session was conducted by Tom Jorgensen and Colin Compton of the Cleveland Restoration Society, which administers the program. 

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Volume 7, Issue 8, Posted 1:19 PM, 08.11.2016

There She Sits Buddy, Just A Gleaming In The Sun

If you need a car, Rick Case Honda is the one. My old car had 240,000 miles on. I loved that car, but it was costing me $300 a month in repairs and $400 a month in gas. Then the transmission broke. Time for a new car.

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Volume 7, Issue 8, Posted 1:19 PM, 08.11.2016

Become a Certified CDCA Through Moore Counseling & Mediation Services, Inc.

Have you ever wanted to become a certified Chemical Dependency Counselor Assistant (CDCA) to advance your career?  Moore Counseling & Mediation Services, Inc. offers a free workshop opportunity that can get you certified in the State of Ohio. Funding may be provided based on eligibility requirements.

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Volume 7, Issue 8, Posted 1:19 PM, 08.11.2016