Archive for May 2018

ORMACO Receives Various Grants to Make Outreach Programs a Reality

Ohio Regional Music Arts and Cultural Outreach (ORMACO) is the recipient of several grants from area foundations to help sustain its outreach programs. The non-profit organization relies on grant funding, individual, small business and corporate sponsorships and underwriting to make its programs possible. Recently, the Medina-based Halkovich Family Charitable Foundation as well as the Highland…

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LMC Announces New Trustees

The Leadership Medina County Board of Trustees welcomes Steve VanDette, Karen Gaub, and Brooke Bell to the Board of Trustees starting July 1, 2018.  The Board also thanks retiring board members Joe McNeill (Westfield Bank), Tracy Crandall (RPM International Inc.), Johanna Perrino (WCTV), Joe Race (The Allen Thomas Group), and John Hojnacki (JrLMC Representative). A…

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Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Grants

The USDA is seeking new technology and/or creative product ideas from grass roots innovators!  Got a great idea?  The USDA may be interested in funding the research and development of your concept!  Ohio State Extension is partnering with the USDA to promote the accessibility and availability of Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grants.  OSU Extension…

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May 2018 e-Newsletter

Applications are open until May 31, 2018 Emerging Leaders Junior Leadership Leader Posts Graduation or Bust! Longest Table Transportation Project Makes Recommendations Hear them Roar! Just a Sprinkle Events Signature Graduation: May 16, 2018 Out and About at Scene 75: May 24 from 7:30 – 9:00 am Golf: June 11, 2018: Sponsorships are available! Susan…

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Graduation or Bust!

Two class days down and graduation to go. Put on your seatbelt, because the Self-Driven Class found a lot to celebrate during Environment and Quality of Life Day and State Government Day. From architecture to art, from recycling to land conservancy, and from lobbying to the legislature they learned collaboration makes a difference in Medina…

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Transportation Project Makes Recommendations

The Transportation project developed strategies to eliminate transportation barriers that prevent or impede Medina County residents’ access to healthcare, job sites and general local transportation needs. Read the full report here Access Ohio is looking for feedback on possible transportation trends. Participate using this link.

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Here them Roar!

The Chippewa Lake Lions are a force to be reckoned with. When they are not jumping into the icy, cold waters of Chippewa Lake in January for their annual Polar Bear Plunge, you can find them quietly lurking in the background of Medina County doing good deeds. And they have struck again. Junior Leadership Medina…

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Just a Sprinkle

Sprinkles aren’t just for donuts. I’m passing along a technique that Shelly Wharton, LMC ’16, uses in her role as Clinical Operations Director at SHC/The Arc of Medina County. When she wants to reward her staff, she gives out Sprinkles. It’s generally a small token of appreciation; a word, a card, a lunch. Something that…

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Class Notes: May 2018

’92  The Charter Rob Rapp, Homestead Insurance Agency, celebrated the birth of a new grandson, Ethan James Rapp, on April 2nd to son Brandon Rapp ’13. ’94  The Finest Sandy Calvert, received the Republican Party Faithful Award in recognition of Exemplary Commitment of Time, Talent and Wisdom to the Republican Party and the Conservative Cause…

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