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Catholic churches hold Rite of Christian initiation

CONCORD TOWNSHIP - It’s not very often that people hear the sentiment that “my life has changed” or “I feel like a new person,” but that’s what people say when they reflect on their RCIA/RCIC experiences. This past year, 12 adults participated in the annual RCIA process that took place at St. Gabriel parish and Catholic parishes around the diocese.
Usually the sessions

The United Way of Lake County's Campaign Kickoff

The United Way of Lake County's Campaign Kickoff Celebration is Sept. 1. Open to the public, the celebration will be held at Classic Park, home of the Lake County Captains

Lake County Retired Teachers Association luncheon

The Lake County Retired Teachers Association luncheon will be held Monday, Sept. 12 at the Holiday Inn, 7701 Reynolds Rd., Mentor (Route 306). The program will be a Candidates Forum. Featured will be

Lake County Chambers of Commerce General Membership Meeting

Dr. Kirsten Ellenbogen, president of the Great Lakes Science Center, will speak on the topic of “Education is Neither a Practice nor a Responsibility That is Limited to Schools” at the Lake County Chambers of Commerce General Membership Meeting at LaMalfa, 5783 Heisley Rd., Mentor, Tuesday, Aug. 30 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. For reservations, contact the Eastern Lake County Chamber of Commerce office at (440) 357-7572. Cost is $25 per chamber member and $30 per person for non-chamber members.

Enzerra appointed to Lake ADAMHS Board

PAINESVILLE - Dave Enzerra was appointed to a four-year term on the Lake County Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board. He was sworn in during the Board’s Aug. 15 meeting by Lake County Commissioner Judy Moran.
The ADAMHS Board plans

LCDC Luncheon

The Lake County Development Council will meet Friday, Sept. 9 for its Membership Luncheon.
Special guest presenter Bill Koehler

Riverside Schools host Community Kindness Day

PAINESVILLE TOWNSHIP - Administrators and teachers from the Riverside Local School District volunteered their time Aug. 11 to give back to the community. They dropped by local businesses, parks and schools within the district to hand out candy, stickers, T-shirts and other goodies

His Majesty s Bed and Breakfast

MADISON VILLAGE – On the square, under the spreading shade trees, a lucky few can experience a touch of royal living. His Majesty’s Bed and Breakfast, 25 Park St., welcomes visitors to enjoy their choice of three en-suite bedrooms. Innkeepers Laura and Norm Shimko have owned the historic home for four years.
“The main house

Church to host Folk Festival in Kirtland

KIRTLAND – The Blue Sky Folk Festival returns to the East Shore Unitarian Universalist Church, 10848 Chillicothe Rd. This is the sixth year the church has hosted the event, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 17 from noon until 9 p.m. Doors open at 11:30 a.m.
Folk musicians and the music-loving public will enjoy

Artist TR Ericsson honored his early experiences at FAA

WILLOUGHBY - Artist TR Ericsson proved that you can go home again when he returned to the Fine Arts Association for a talk and reception July 27. As a boy Ericsson had attended classes at The School of Fine Arts, now FAA, with his father and grandfather.
“That is what my grandfather

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