October Class Notes

’95 The Greatest Dan Hostetler ’95 retired from the Medina County Convention & Visitors Bureau on September 23, 2022, after 31-1/2 years.  ‘Thank you to all who have crossed my path during that time.  You have made my time with the Bureau an enjoyable, fun and great experience.  LMC continues to be a great program…

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GHOSTS OF THE CIVIL WAR

News Release, Liverpool TWP Historical Society Mark YOUR CALENDAR.  CAN’T MISS THIS ONE. GHOSTS OF THE CIVIL WAR Shades of Blue and Gray A mixture of haunting tales, literary selections, song and history Johnson’s Island, Confederate Officer’s Prison in Lake Erie Abraham Lincoln and the White House hauntings And so much more. Join Us. Featuring…

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Inclusion by Instinct

Inclusion by Instinct : The Financial Impact of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion for Small and Medium Sized Businesses Presented by Baldwin Wallace & Cuyahoga Community College This virtual series is designed to help small and medium sized business owners, professionals, and HR staff learn about the financial benefits of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. The series…

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Medina County ADAMH Board Thanks Providers During Week of Appreciation

Each year, Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) recognizes those who work directly with individuals struggling to overcome substance use disorders by hosting a Week of Appreciation. This year, the Week of Appreciation will be held from September 18th through the 24th. The Medina County ADAMH Board Executive Director, Phillip Titterington, stated “the ADAMH…

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Citizens for Medina County Human Services Raffle

Citizens for Medina County Human Services Raffle: All proceeds benefit the Human Services Levy Campaign. The Human Services Levy provides funds to the Medina County Office for Older Adults, Medina County Job and Family Services, and the Medina County ADAMH Board. Online raffle tickets will be available from Sunday, September 18th through Sunday, September 25th.…

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Leadership Medina County Announces 2023 Classes

The Leadership Medina County Board of Directors are proud to announce the 2023 classes. Participants are selected through a rigorous selection process. Leadership Medina County is a nonprofit, educational and leadership development organization which exists to build and maintain a county wide network of talented, responsible, and dynamic leaders, who learn first-hand about issues facing…

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Mappers Delight as the 2022 Winner of the MC Amazing Race

MC Chamber Charities, Inc. announces Mappers Delight as the 2022 Winner of the MC Amazing Race – Medina County presented by Huntington!  Saturday, September 10th, twenty teams of four drove around Medina County searching clues, performing challenges, taking selfies, all for the chance at 1st Place and the $500 prize.  Mappers Delight team members Kevin…

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THE FUTURE OF BUCKEYE SCHOOL FACILITIES

THE FUTURE OF BUCKEYE SCHOOL FACILITIES Thursday, Sept 22, 7:00 PM Liverpool Township Community Center 3801 School Rd, Valley City Buckeye Schools is working to complete the development of a Facilities Master Plan (new facilities are being considered). The Valley City Community Group will be hosting an informative presentation, THE FUTURE OF BUCKEYE SCHOOL FACILITIES,…

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September Class Notes

’01 The Synergetic Julianne Bedel ’01 Medina County District Library Director, Julianne Bedel was recently elected to a three-year term as MLIS Director on the Ohio Library Council Board of Directors. Bedel will represent MCDL and the voice of all Ohio library employees on the board. Her term begins Jan. 2023 and extends through 2025.…

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“SafeZone Training”

On Wednesday, September 7th from 1:00 – 4:00 PM, the Medina Diversity Project is partnering with the Medina County District Library to present a “SafeZone Training”  program by LGBTQ+ Lorain County at Medina Library. This is an opportunity to learn about LGBTQ+ identities, gender and orientation, and examine prejudice, assumptions and privilege.  This workshop provides…

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