Chardon Kiwanis ScholarshipsThe Chardon Area Kiwanis will host a spouses’…
Chardon Kiwanis ScholarshipsThe Chardon Area Kiwanis will host a spouses' meeting July 11 at Big Creek Park, 9160 Robinson Road in Chardon. Four recipients of…
Chardon Kiwanis Scholarships
The Chardon Area Kiwanis will host a spouses’ meeting July 11 at Big Creek Park, 9160 Robinson Road in Chardon. Four recipients of $1,000 scholarships will be on hand with their proud parents to receive their awards. They are the following: Courtney Ross, Robert Campbell, Nicholas Pauli and Casey O’Donnell.
Congratulations to them all and may all their future endeavors be fulfilled.
Kiwanis members will be on hand the evening of July 12 to supervise the Summer Concert Series that will feature the Saints, a rock ‘n’ roll band, from 7-9 p.m. It will follow the events held by the library all day Friday.
Tea Party Greets Patrick Henry
The public is invited to hear the famous words spoken by Patrick Henry — “Give me Liberty or give me death!” — at the July 11 meeting of the Geauga County Tea Party being held at 7 p.m. at the Rookery park in Munson located on Cedar Road just west of Rockhaven Road.
He will describe the obstacles he and the other Founding Fathers faced as they tried to build a country “conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” The members state that he will inspire people to work hard and dedicate themselves to this noble cause.
50th Anniversary of the Geauga Co. Public Library System
The 50th anniversary of the Geauga County Public Library will take place July 12 from 3-9 p.m. with free ice cream for all as well as speed pitch with radar, games, prizes, balloon art, sidewalk chalk, super heroes, Bookmobile tours, audiobook demos, eBook assistance, Banjo the Clown and more.
Grand Old Party Events
The Geauga County Grand Old Party will host two events in July. The GOP golf outing will be held on July 26 at Legend Lake Country Club.
Then, the very popular GOP annual picnic, sponsored by the Geauga County Republican Women and the Geauga County Republican Party, will be held on July 28 at Patterson’s Farm.
Call Ed Ryder or Jan Blair for more information.
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Comment For The Day
Stop by the shops in Chardon and around Geauga County that offer so many summer specials, including plants and produce.
The Fourth of July weekend was filled with wonders to amaze including Glory Day events on Chardon Square. The Geauga County Fair Band was also great on Friday evening. The fireworks on July 5 were some of the best ever. Super accolades go out to Dave J. for putting on a great show.
I was happy to attend four out of the five Ohio Chautauqua 2013 evening events held under the red and white striped tent in Madison. Featured historical figures included Margaret Blennerhassett, a British millionaire who transplanted to Marietta and then her own island; York, a slave who accompanied the Lewis and Clark expedition to the Pacific Ocean; Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, whose performance kept everyone enthralled for over an hour; and Johnny Appleseed, who humorously said he had 10 half-brothers and sisters. The shows will also be held in Rossford from July 9-13, Bexley July 16-20 and Coshocton July 23-27. All programs are free and open to the public. Call 1-800-293-9774 or visit OhioHumanities.org for more information.
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