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A program for parents presented by Meghan Barlow of Meghan Barlow and Associates and sponsored by Avon Lake's LEAPS Preschool Program.
Avon Lake's annual Dark Skies, Bright Kids event was held on February 23rd at The Anchor, the city's new recreation facility.
Avon Lake school staff, members of the Avon Lake Police, and Avon Lake City representatives participated in an open form on school safety on February 27, 2018 at Avon Lake High School. This forum was held to answer questions regarding the school safety plan and to address any concerns from the community.
Jennifer Fenderbosch kicks off her "Women Business Owners" series with Mona Hirst, Owner of Mona Lisa Spa'lon.
Suzie Dills returns to give viewers a preview of what to look for in the night sky during the month of March.
Host Kathryn Eyring talks with Avon Lake's Thelma Morningstar.
Sean Crum gives a presentation to Heritage Avon Lake about the history of art forgeries and famous art thefts.
The Avon Lake Public Library's Gerry Vogel and Shea Alltmont preview the Library's upcoming schedule of events for the month of March with the help of guests Kristen Frank and Julie Como.
Residents' meeting held on February 21, 2018 at Troy Intermediate School, featuring presentations Mayor Greg Zilka, Ward 4 Councilperson David Kos, Public Works Director Joe Reitz, Avon Lake Regional Water Chief Utilities Executive Todd Danielson, Recreation Director Tim Pinchek, Police Chief Duance Streator, Assistant Fire Chief Jeremy Betsa, and questions & answers session with the audience in attendance.
Ohio Bigfoot investigator Marc DeWerth discusses the elusive reigning hide and seek champion Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch. This program focuses on what’s new in Ohio Sasquatch sightings, shares evidence of a Bigfoot sightings, sounds, footprint samples, and much more!
Speaker Todd Walts, president of Campus Impact USA, talks about the current prevalence of childhood bullying and cyber-bullying. He discusses why and how it happens, and its effects on school and family life. More importantly, he shares the newest techniques and tips parents can use to help children deal with this difficult situation.
The Avon Lake Public Library partnered with Love-A-Stray Dog Division Non-Profit Rescue in bringing the beloved city icon, Whitey the Piebald Buck, to the Library for an unveiling and educational program on January 25, 2018.
Host Suzie Dills discusses astronomical points of interest that can be seen in the night sky during the month of February.
Residents' meeting held on February 7, 2018 at Learwood Middle School, featuring presentations Mayor Greg Zilka, Ward 1 Councilperson Rob James, Ward 2 Councilperson Jennifer Fenderbosch, Public Works Director Joe Reitz, Avon Lake Regional Water Chief Utilities Executive Todd Danielson, Recreation Director Tim Pinchek, Police Chief Duance Streator, Fire Chief Chris Heurner, and questions & answers session with the audience in attendance.
Host Jane Voneman-DuPerow meets with alchemist Jedi Hill.