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LCCoA presents more computer classes

 

MENTOR – Learning new technology can be difficult and confusing. The Lake County Council on Aging wants to help. Its technology classes are designed to meet seniors’ needs and to help them achieve their goals through hands-on experience and expert instruction.

 

 

The classes are taught by TechWise and are held in the agency’s newly renovated

Lake Erie College to present annual spring concert

 

PAINESVILLE - The Lake Erie College Music Department will present its annual Spring Musical Arts Concert Sunday, April 27 at 4 p.m. in Morley Music Building

This concert will include performances by The Lake Erie College Student and Community Chorus under the direction of Roberta Whitely with Mary Crow, pianist; The Lake Erie College

Dispatchers recognized for service

 

LAKE COUNTY - Each year, the second full week of April is dedicated to the 200,000-plus men and women who serve as public safety telecommunicators. It was first conceived by Patricia Anderson of the Contra Costa County (Calif.) Sheriff’s Office in 1981 and was observed only at that agency for three years.

 

 

Members of the Virginia and North Carolina chapters of the Association

Deputies receive Life Saving awards

 

Deputy sheriffs Scott Sitz and Chris Havrilla received the Life Saving Award from the Lake County Police Chiefs Association at its monthly police chiefs meeting April 2. They are pictured with Sheriff Dan Dunlap, as well as Willowick Police Chief Michael Lazor who gave them the awards.

Home-Remodeling meets Butters, the Home-Wrecker

 

The happiest times involved with Do-It-Yourself home remodeling projects are usually the first day when the decision on how to alter a room design is agreed upon and the last, when all the hard work is finally done. In my house the days, weeks and months in between involve heated discussions with my loving husband over why and how much money we should spend on updating a bathroom I compared with homes destined for demolition that functioned better than ours.

 

 

What little porcelain finish that did remain on our 60-year-old bathtub

Fair Queen Contest entrants wanted

LAKE COUNTY - It is now time to prepare for entry into the contest for the 2014 Lake County Fair Queen and her court. The contest will be open to young ladies age 16 to 19 years old. Although the contest is not affiliated with the 4-H program, entrants must be a member

Home Energy Assistance Program Winter Crisis Set to End April 15

PAINESVILLE — Time is running out for Lake County residents to apply for the Home Energy Assistance Program Winter Crisis Program. The Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) Winter Crisis Program began distributing funds to help pay for heating on Nov. 1 and the application numbers have been very high according to agency officials.

 

 

“Our staff has completed applications for over 1,500 Lake County households so far this season,” said Carrie Dotson, executive director of Lifeline, Inc. “The need for

Ashtabula County Bucket List #4: Madsen's Donuts

 

This week Marge from Geneva-on-the-Lake suggested Zach visit Madsens Donuts.

 

For many in Geneva-on-the-Lake, the first sign of spring is not the Vernal Equinox or the celebration of St. Patricks Day but the first donut.

 

Ashtabula County Bucket List #4: Madsen's Donuts

This week Marge from Geneva-on-the-Lake suggested Zach visit Madsens Donuts.

 For many in Geneva-on-the-Lake, the first sign of spring is not the Vernal Equinox or the celebration of St. Patricks Day but the first donut.