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Art show winners announced

MADISON - The 25th Annual Juried Art Show opened May 7 at the Madison Public Library. Each year Rabbit Run Community Arts Association, in cooperation with the Madison Public Library, sponsors this adjudicated event showcasing the artwork of some of Northeast Ohio’s most talented artists.
Forty-one visual artists

Historical Society holds fundraiser

The Madison Historical Society is hosting its Vintage in the Vineyard at Grand River Cellars Monday, June 27 at 6 p.m. Tickets are $25 and will include appetizers and wine. In addition there will be a 50-50, Chinese and silent auctions. Tickets are available by calling the Madison Historical Society at (440)-417-1959, at the Madison Public Library and Grand River Cellars.

Lake County Retired Teachers Association to celebrate 50th

The Lake County Retired Teachers Association will soon be celebrating its 50th anniversary Tuesday, June 14 at the Holiday Inn at the intersection of routes 306 and 2 in Mentor. Social time at 11 a.m. Luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Program begins about 12:30 p.m. Music by Lakeshore Winds Quartet, a 50/50 raffle and drawings for baskets. All Lake County retired teachers and guests

Storyteller to recount Cleveland history

Dan Ruminski, Cleveland's premier storyteller, will be the guest speaker at the Madison Historical Society's annual dinner. His newest presentation will focus on the wives behind the men of Cleveland's millionaire row.

Citywide sales coming up

The City of Mentor-on-the-Lake is asking residents who want to participate in the annual city-wide yard sale scheduled this year on June 9, 10 and 11 to obtain a permit from the MOL Police Department and register at City Hall so they can be included on the map and list of homes that will be available to those who attend. For information, contact City Hall at (440) 257-7216.

Poetry reading coming up

On Tuesday, June 7, Mark Hersman will be the featured poet at Words and Wine, a monthly poetry reading series held at Your Vine or Mine, 154 Main St., Painesville. A poet and archaeologist who participates

Museum has special items to show Memorial Day

PERRY – Each year the Perry Memorial Day Ceremony is held, following the parade, at the Veterans Memorial in front of the Perry Historical Society Museum on Main Street at 11:30 a.m.
This year, the Historical Society has a special display

Park is beneficiary of Eagle Scout project

PAINESVILLE – The highest rank a Boy Scout can attain is that of Eagle Scout, a designation achieved by only about 6 percent of all scouts.
One scout who is nearing final achievement of that designation is Kyle Slater of LeRoy Township, a member of Boy Scout Troop 165, chartered by Zion Lutheran Church in Painesville.
One of the requirements for attaining the rank

Student cooks compete in Madison CHOP

MADISON – While the Madison Food Center has been helping families in need with food for years, it determined they had an additional need.
“So many families come to the Center for food but aren’t sure how to cook some of the food we give out,” said Chris Van Dusen, co-director of the Center a release. “We wanted to find a fun way to involve

Adventure Zone to open new zip line attraction


GENEVA-ON-THE-LAKE – The Adventure Zone Park in Geneva-on-the-Lake Village will open a new attraction next week – a 1,000-foot zip line running north-to-south over the park in the largest investment the park has so far seen.

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