Hambden Elementary Turns 90Help us celebrate Hambden Elementary School’s 90th…
Hambden Elementary Turns 90Help us celebrate Hambden Elementary School's 90th birthday on Oct. 23. The doors will be open at 6:30 p.m. to welcome former…
Hambden Elementary Turns 90
Help us celebrate Hambden Elementary School’s 90th birthday on Oct. 23. The doors will be open at 6:30 p.m. to welcome former students and teachers, as well as current faculty, students and their families and friends.
The school has been collecting class pictures, memorabilia and other artifacts to display.
Parking will be at the school, township hall and the township park across the street.
If anyone has any Hambden Elemen-tary memorabilia to add to the display, please drop it off in the school office.
Special thanks goes to the Chardon Schools Foundation for sponsoring this important event.
Fire Dept. Clam/Steak Bake
For those who missed last week’s dinner, Hambden Fire Department will hold its second and final clam and steak bake of the season on Oct. 19 from 7-8:30 p.m. Dinner includes a dozen clams or steak, half a chicken, two ears of corn, sweet potatoes, clam broth and beverages. Cost is $25.
Call 440-285-3329 for reservations.
A big “thank you” goes to state Sen. Capri Cafaro and state Rep. John Patterson for their presentations at the town hall meeting held at Hambden Township Hall last week. The legislative updates they gave were very informative as were their answers to the many questions from residents who attended.
Thanks also go to Zoning Commission Chairperson Helen Scheuring for arranging their participation.
Hambden Residents Begin New Business Venture
Hambden residents Stephanie and Kevin Talty have recently opened a new shop in Chardon. Their shop, The Nest, is located at 520 Water St. next to Georgio’s Pizza. Store hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Nest specializes in vintage, chic home dcor. At The Nest, one will be able to find unique repurposed shabby chic furniture, as well as a variety of home accessories.
Stephanie said that they wanted to create a one-stop shop offering many unique items for the home. They also have great gift ideas as well as gift certificates.
Beginning this month, they will be holding monthly craft club meetings that are open to the public. For more information, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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