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Get your mums early
The Barberton Beautification Committee will sell mums prior to the Mum Festival, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Sept. 26-28 from 11:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
They will be sold from the mum sales area, near the O.C. Barber statue at Lake Anna Park. Eight-inch potted mums will be available at $7 per pot, or five pots for $30. Check out the potted mum presale for the best selection of varieties and colors. Potted mums will also be sold throughout the Mum Festival, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 29 and 30.
For information contact Barberton Beautification at 330-861-7118.
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Visit Robert Sprague at the Mum festival.
State Representative and candidate for Treasurer of State, Robert Sprague will be visiting with at the Mum Festival in Barberton.
Robert Sprague is running for Treasurer of State and will bring the type of ethical,
innovative, problem-solving leadership to the office that Ohioans deserve. In his private sector career, Robert Sprague served as a management consultant for Ernst and Young where he advised companies world-wide on complex business matters before owning and operating his own consulting business. As Treasurer and Auditor for his hometown of Findlay, Robert Sprague helped the city improve its credit rating, lower its debt service costs and also created the city’s first popular annual financial report. As a member of the House of Representatives, Robert Sprague served on the Finance Committee and was an early leader in the fight against opioid addiction. Robert Sprague graduated cum laude from Duke University with a B.S. in mechanical engineering and earned an MBA with an emphasis in finance from the University of North Carolina. Robert Sprague’s qualifications for the office of Treasurer are unparalleled and he can be trusted to execute these responsibilities with an incomparable level of understanding and professionalism in service to the people of Ohio.
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Hazardous Waste Center to close for 2018 season
ReWorks’ Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center (HHWRC) last day of the season is Thursday, Sept. 27.
The HHWRC is a seasonal service that ReWorks offers to Summit County residents each year. Its operation is paid for by ReWorks so that residents can utilize this service at no cost to them. As an indication of how well received this service is, in 2017, Summit County residents brought in over 252,247 pounds of household chemicals from their homes.
What types of materials can you bring? A full list of what the HHWRC takes is available on www.summitreworks.com/hhw. Tires do have a cost - $1 cash fee per tire and a limit of 10. More information can be found here: www.summitreworks.com/tires.
Latex paint is not accepted at the HHWRC. Once it is dried, you can place it in your regular trash.
Keep in mind, the HHWRC is only for material generated at your home and you must be a Summit County resident. It cannot take material from businesses, churches or schools. If you live outside the county or are a business, call 330-374-0383 for alternative solutions. It is at 1201 Graham Road in Stow,(44224).
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$5 subs are back for Mum Fest!
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Autopsy results reveal homicide
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It is Cider time again!!
Copley Norton Lions Club will be selling Cider this Saturday at Ritzmans Muffler Shop corner if Cleveland - Massillon Road and Akron - Wadsworth Road in Norton.
The Norton Cider Festival is October 5-7 at
Columbia Woods Park 4060 Columbia Woods Drive in Norton. Copley - Norton Lions will be selling Cider and Stuffed Cabbage. Doylestown Lions are back with there famous donuts.
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Indictments announced in gambling envestigation.
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The 13th annual Laura Dunlop Stand Down was Sept. 11 at VFW Post 3383 on Waterloo Road. Ellen Leidy of Barberton headed the event.
Many volunteers made this happen and nearly 300 veterans were accommodated. Medical care and chaplains were provided, as well as each veteran received a winter coat, personal items, Goodwill items, a flu shot and haircut.
About 70 percent of the supplies given out were surplus items and the rest were donated. The veterans were very appreciative.
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Farmers’ market open
The Barberton Historical Society’s last Anna Dean Farm Market will be Tuesday, Sept. 25 for this season. The market will be open 2-6 p.m. Over 52 vendors will be offering ice cream, pet treats, hot dogs, breads, peanuts, barbecue, cupcakes, fruits and vegetables and more. The market is at 248 E. Robinson Ave. For information visit www.annadeanfarmersmarket.com or call 330-807-1374.
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Ring a bell and save a life
Join the Barberton Salvation Army for the annual Red Kettle Kick-Off breakfast, Tuesday, Oct. 23, 7:30 a.m., at the Masonic Temple, 107 Fifth St. NW, Barberton. At the fundraiser, Ilene Shapiro, Summit County’s first female county executive, will be honored.
Help is needed to reach this year’s goal of $125,000. The generosity of the individuals and businesses in the community is critical to the success of the Red Kettle Campaign. Your support and compassion aids us in the ability to help the less fortunate in our community.
Tickets are $50, individuals; $150 for four, $260 for eight and a reserved table.
RSVP by Tuesday, Oct. 16 to Katy at 330-858-9718. Make checks payable to The Barberton Salvation Army and mail to 560 Wooster Road W. Barberton, OH 44203.
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