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Ashtabula Y adds Zumba to their outreach programs in Andover

ANDOVER – If you enjoy fitness programs that combine fast and slow dance move rhythms through Latin, as well as international music you may want to check out Ashtabula Y’s newest outreach program, Zumba this month in Andover.(From Nov. 16 edition).

Precision Machining & Manufacturing

DEARBORN, MI - Students in the Precision Machining & Manufacturing program are seeing how the skills they’re learning at the Ashtabula County Technical & Career Campus (A-Tech) can come to life in the form of a powerful vehicle like the Ford F150 pickup truck.

PV Foods class cooks their annual Thanksgiving dinner for teachers

ANDOVER – Stuffed chicken breast, ham, mashed potatoes with gravy, corn, green bean casserole, sweet potatoes, cranberries, vegetable and fruit salad, rolls, corn bread, as well as an assortment of pies filled the tables and tummies of various school staff on Friday, Nov. 9 at PV High School thanks to Lori Tabor’s Foods and Hospitality Class’ annual Thanksgiving dinner cooking tradition.(From Nov. 16 edition).

Kinsman Free Public Library introduces their Project Feeder Watch program

 KINSMAN – An assortment of bird slides were presented to the public through Sabrewing Nature Tours expert Larry Richardson on Tuesday, Nov. 11 at Kinsman Free Public library in hopes of involving library patrons this winter in The Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s Project FeederWatch program.(From Nov. 16 edition).

Ashtabula Elks Club honors veterans

ASHTABULA - As 2 p.m. approached, vehicles started to fill the parking lot at the Ashtabula Elks Club on Sunday for the 17th annual Veterans Dinner.
The Elks Club cooked

Pirates advance with win over Royals

PERRY - The Perry Pirates held off the Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy Royals 48-34 in a Division IV playoff football match-up. Perry went up 27-6 in the first half before the Royals scored a late first half touchdown to trim the lead to 27-12.

Ice Breakers still looking for first win

   The young expansion team the Mentor Ice Breakers hosted the defending champion Watertown Wolves this weekend, and despite two strong efforts, they are still looking for their first win of the season.

4-H Exchange Program is a success

LAKE COUNTY - Lake OSU Extension Director Lisa Siciliano-Miller, who is also the educator for the county 4-H Program, brought back the 4-H Exchange Program. The arrangement allowed 12 students to travel to Wabasha County in Minnesota from Aug. 2 to 7, along with four advisors. In 2019 the 4-H’ers will host the Minnesota 4-H’ers they visited.

Election Day goes off without a hitch

LAKE COUNTY – The General Election is over and, according to Lake County Board of Elections Director Ross McDonald, everything went smoothly. The longest wait times seemed to be about 10 to 15 minutes first thing in the morning and after work let out in the evening.

Still time to donate to ‘Money for Manna’ campaign

JEFFERSON - There’s still time to donate to the Jefferson Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual “Money for Manna” campaign, which runs through November. The entire month is dedicated to collecting donations for the organization.

Commissioners execute Spire agreement

JEFFERSON - Perhaps the final piece of the puzzle for the Spire matter was placed on Friday, Nov. 9, as the Ashtabula County commissioners executed the agreement created by state legislation specifically relating to Spire’s tax situation.

Junior Achievement volunteers honored

As a part of Junior Achievement’s 100th anniversary celebration, area offices have the opportunity to recognize that truly extraordinary volunteer for their support of Junior Achievement’s mission with the JA Centennial Leadership Award.

‘The Mansion’ may be put to use in 2019

MADISON TOWNSHIP - Mike Profeta, owner of 1300 Belleair, appeared before the Board of Trustees Oct. 23 to answer some questions for the trustees regarding a liquor license he sought for that address.

Free Medicare Check-Up Day Event Coming to Lake County

COLUMBUS – The Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program (OSHIIP), a division of the Ohio Department of Insurance, will visit Lake County to hold a Medicare Check-Up Day event on Tuesday, November 13, 2018, at the Morley Library located at
184 Phelps Street in Painesville. The event will begin at 6:00pm.