Recovery is possible shares four stories of recovery: Harriet, Ferrell, and Steven share their experiences with addiction and finding recovery, and Karen shares her struggle as a parent of an addicted child. Their stories are different, but their message is the same: Recovery is Possible.
Avon Lake City Council candidates Marty O'Donnell, Zach Arnold, and Karl "KC" Zuber visit the set of The Jackie-O Show.
Janet Bird of the Lorain County Historical Society gives a presentation on the stories about the use of quilts and songs during the time of the Underground Railroad.
Hosts Gerry Vogel and Shea Alltmont preview the Library's upcoming schedule of events for the month of October with guest Laura Ploenzke.
Highlights from the event held on August 21st at Belser Park.
Residents enjoyed an afternoon of pampering at the Old Firehouse Community Center on August 22, 2017.
Avon Lake Regional Water and the City of Avon Lake held a meeting at Eastview Elementary School on September 13, 2017, to inform residents about the upcoming project.
Guest speaker Matt Misencik of Cahoon Nursery gives a presentation to the Avon-on-the-Lake Garden Club.
Dennis Grabowski and Fida Aziz of YellowLite give a presentation and answer questions about the benefits of Solar Energy in a program held at the Avon Lake Public Library on August 10, 2017.
Avon Lake councilman David Kos meets with Avon Lake Chief of Police Duane Streator to discuss the city's changes to its underage drinking law.
Jackie-O talks with Lorain County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services' Chief Operating Officer, Dan Haight, and Director of Marketing, Development and Communication, Joe Matuscak. They discuss drug abuse programs and the Bridge device, which is a new device that allows people in drug detox programs to eliminate the pain of withdrawal.
Jackie-O talks with Jean Sekulic. They discuss Jean's civic involvement in Avon Lake over the years, including her Citizen of the Year Award and Tree Commission involvement.
Hosts Gerry Vogel and Jill Ralston are joined by Shea Alltmont to look ahead at the Library's upcoming programing for the month of September.