City of Chardon
Pilgrim CC Harvest DinnerThe members of Pilgrim Christian Church are hosting a harvest dinner Nov. 16 from 4-7 p.m. on Chardon Square. Proceeds will benefit…
Pilgrim CC Harvest Dinner
The members of Pilgrim Christian Church are hosting a harvest dinner Nov. 16 from 4-7 p.m. on Chardon Square. Proceeds will benefit the bell tower fundraiser project.
Call the church at 440-285-8791 for information.
Chardon Library Promotion
Congratulations go out to Carol Tuttle who was recently promoted to head of adult services, assistant manager of the Chardon Public Library. She replaces Lou Jerkich who was here for 27 and one-half years.
GOP Christmas Party
Chairman Ed Ryder and Geauga County Republican Party officers Blake Rear, Frank Gliha, Robbie Halford and Jan Blair are hosting the annual GOP Christmas party Dec. 6 at the Chagrin Valley Athletic Club, 17260 Snyder Road in Chagrin Falls. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Contact Frank or Bernadette Gliha at email@example.com for information and ticket prices. R.S.V.P. by Dec. 1.
Night at the Races
On Nov. 16 from 6-11:30 p.m., the banquet room at St. Mary’s Church will be transformed into Viking Downs with actual horse races presented on DVD via a professional sound and video projection system. Cost is $25 and includes a hot buffet dinner at 7 p.m.
The event is the major parish fundraiser of the year with proceeds shared between the St. Mary’s School Parent-Teacher Union and the CYO Athletic Boosters.
For reservations, call Jamie Miller at 440-487-8952.
Chardon Kiwanis Meets Nov. 14
Members of the Chardon Area Kiwanis will meet for a business meeting on Thursday at the Chardon Heinen’s. They will review the proceeds garnered from the Trivia Night fundraiser held Nov. 9 at the Kirtlander Party Center to benefit college and trade school scholarships.
Kiwanis members and guests are looking forward to Dec. 5, when the group will be entertained by the Chardon’s famous Free Harmon at Heinen’s.
FOE Spaghetti, Fish Fry Dinners
The Fraternal Order of the Eagles serves spaghetti dinners every Tuesday from 5:30-7:30 p.m. and fish fry dinners every Friday from 5:30-7:30 p.m. The dinners are open to the public.
The FOE is located across from Cooke’s garage on Water Street. All proceeds benefit community projects.
Comment For The Day
Kiwanis learned a great deal about how to avoid probate court from the Honorable Judge Timothy Grendell last week at the board meeting, which included a full course meal for spouses’ night. Special thanks go out to Frank Elliott and his wife along with Norma Moses who helped with the questions for Trivia Night as well at Butch Penrod’s granddaughter. Heather Penrod and Jeff Campbell also did a great job collecting tickets and calculating the proceeds from the Chinese auction.
Baron Miller was the door greeter. The food was delicious.
On Nov. 11, a big crowd of patriots joined in unity to hear speakers and prayers by several esteemed individuals who fought overseas. It was emotional for me to see these brave men and women hug each other in a special camaraderie that cannot be matched on this earth. For those of us who did not serve in the military, we can only imagine what they have endured to preserve our freedom.
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