War may sometimes be a
necessary evil. But no
matter how necessary, it
is always an evil, never a
good. We will not learn
how to live together in
peace by killing each
other's children.

Jimmy Carter
September 2021 VOLUME 38 NUMBER 9



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WOODRIDGE TRACK AND FIELD

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Boston Township Trustees added Track and Field to seven of their Welcome to Boston Township Woodridge Bulldogs State Champs signs. Boys Track and Field finished in first place in Division II on June 5, 2021. This is the first Track and Field state championship for Woodridge High School.

From left: Oliver Mayer, Robbie Champa, Sam Su, Seth Singer, Aaron Dutt, Angelo Regec, Ryan Champa, Kyle Carey (back) and Cooper DeFrange (sitting).

Coaches to the right of the sign: standing Scott Mercer and Aaron Mayer with Jeff Howard sitting.





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BOSTON TOWNSHIP

The Township minutes are posted on our website at www.bostontownship.org and outside the fiscal office at the Boston Township Hall. Meetings are covered by the West Side Leader. Trustee meetings are the second and fourth Wednesday of the month. Zoning commission meets the second Tuesday of the month and the Board of Zoning Appeals meets the fourth Tuesday of the month.

Road Department: Brush pick up commenced the first Monday in May and will continue through October. Place cut ends toward the curb. Please no dirt, or dirt balls and no foreign material such as lumber, nails, or barbed wire. For more information, please call the Road Department at (330) 657-2600. Should there be no one in the garage to answer, please leave a message. Starting on October 18 and lasting through December 10, the road department will be vacuuming up leaves as they begin to fall. Leaves should be piled off the road pavement and should not include branches or other debris. The township and the village have once again signed a contract regarding the township supplying the village with salt for the winter. The township has purchased a used (2020 model year) tar kettle to be used on township roads for sealing and patching.

Zoning Updates: Todd Leibenauer was reappointed to the Zoning Commission for a five-year term ending September 4, 2026. At a joint work session held on August 17, both zoning boards reviewed the text of minor changes to the zoning resolution. At the Zoning Commission meeting held September 14, the members voted to send the changes to the Summit County Planning Commission for their review and comment. When those comments have been received, the Zoning Commission will schedule a hearing followed by a similar hearing held by the township trustees.

Seasons Road Corridor Issues: The township has received word that progress is being made on the Western Reserve Hospital to be built on the Hudson side of the Boston-Hudson border along Seasons Road. A few years back, the Boston Township Zoning Ordinance was modified to include a special Seasons Road Business District zoning category to allow for planned developments as a result of the hospital. Additionally, the township is in talks with Cuyahoga Falls and Summit County about the extension of water and sewer, respectively, into the township in the Seasons Road Business District. Thirty-five property owners have been sent surveys requesting their level of interest in securing utilities. To help cover the costs associated with extending sewer and water, the township has pledged American Recovery Plan funds to be received in 2021 and 2022 towards this project. $39,920 is expected in 2021 and a similar amount is expected in 2022. Furthermore, the township is exploring grants and other funding options that may be available.

November 2 Election: As with the most recent elections, the November 2nd election will be held in the Township Trustees` meeting room. This allows for the best flow of voters into and out of the polls.

WEBSITE: Visit our Website at www.bostontownship.org to find up–to–date Township information. Contact numbers for the trustees: Amy Anderson: 330–657–2439, Randy Bergdorf: 330–655–5698, and Bill Clifton: 330–657–4032. Fiscal Officer: Pam Schneider at 330–657–2059; Road Department: Dave Krusinski at 330–657–2600; and Zoning Inspector: John Schneider at 330–657–2601 or 234–900–9145.





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PENINSULA VILLAGE

Village Council met in person for the Regular Council Session August 9, 2021.

Council passed the motion to accept the $34,691 quote from Chagrin Valley Paving, Inc to pave north & south of the Riverview Road Slippery Run Bridge repair area.

Council passed the motion to confirm the Mayor`s appointment of Officer Dennis Pongracz as a full-time police officer effective August 13, 2021.

Council Passed the following Ordinances, 13-2021 and ordinance 14-2021 that can be found on the Village Website.

Village Council met in person for the Regular Council Session September 13, 2021.

Council passed the motion to accept the bid of Republic Services of Ohio Hauling for the Village`s Solid Waste and Recycling contract for 2022-2026.

Council passed the motion to accept the Salt Contract with Boston Township.

Council passed the motion to approve the Dispatch Service Agreement with the City of Hudson for the period of January 1, 2022 – December 31, 2024.

Council passed the motion to approve the quote from Sundance Systems for mobile data terminal and records management software, services, and licensing to be used by the police department.

Moving to second reading next Council session will be Resolution No. 15-2021 A expressing the Village of Peninsula Mayor and Council`s displeasure with the Conservancy for the Cuyahoga Valley National Park and Cuyahoga Valley National Park`s collective efforts to acquire, own, and control the entirety of the former Brandywine Golf Course property.

Council passed Resolutions, 16-2021, 17-2021 and 18-2021 that can be viewed on the village website.

Reminder, you must have SCPH approval before applying for Village permits. For more information, please visit www.scph.org or call 330-926-5600.

If you are utilizing your property for short-term rentals, please remit a completed Short-Term Rental Certificate Application to the Village. All Short-Term Rental related forms can be found on the Village website under the ZONING tab.

Brush pick-up is now the 1st Tuesday of each month with the exception to severe storm damage and will continue till the 1st Tuesday of October. Brush only, cut ends to the road.

Leaf Pick-Up will be October 18, 2021-December 10, 2021

Reminder to our residents, that it is your responsibility to keep your sidewalks, ditches, and driveway culverts clear.

Mayor stated Halloween Trick-or-Treating will be observed in the Village on Sunday, October 31, 2021 from 6:00PM to 8:00PM

Upcoming Meetings:
Planning Commission September 27, 2021, at 7:00PM in the Village Hall
Council Meeting October 11, 2021, at 7:00PM in the Village Hall

Contact Phone Numbers:
Administrative Office 330-657-2151
Non-Emergency Police & Fire 330-657-2911

Check the Website: www.villageofpeninsula-oh.gov

Nancy Holdsworth, Administrative Assistant





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HAPPY ANNIVERSARY

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Happy Anniversary wishes to Dave and Wendy Mayer who celebrated fifty years in July.





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PENINSULA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

Sunday Worship: We are continuing to hold Sunday morning Worship Services in the church yard at 9:00AM as weather permits. Bring your own lawn chair, if you are able. There will be hand sanitizer, gloves and masks available for those who need/want. In case of rain, the service is Zoom-only. Call Lynn at (330-931-9662) for Zoom info. Please join us!

Election Day Dinner: We regret that we will not be able to host our Election Day Dinner again this year due to COVID-19 safety concerns. We miss the community experience of sharing this special meal with everyone. Let`s pray that COVID-19 is behind us soon so that we can continue our tradition on Election Day in 2022!

Blessing of Pets: Saturday, October 9 at 11:00AM on the church lawn. We invite all furry, feathered and scaly friends to be blessed by Pastor Claudia. We are also holding our annual AARF (Appreciation of Animal Rescue Facilities) event throughout the month of October. Donations can be placed in the bins outside the Main Street side entrance to the church. All donations will be delivered to local no-kill shelters.

Ideal donations include: dry cat and dog food, peanut butter, household bleach, liquid laundry detergent, disposable latex gloves, paper towels, Mr. Clean antibacterial soap, anti-bacterial Clorox wipes, dog treats, scrub brushes, scoopable litter and office supplies (copy paper, pens, pencils, markers).

Checks can be made out to Peninsula United Methodist Church - please add `pet shelter donation` in the memo line and send your check to PUMC, PO Box 186, Peninsula, OH 44264.

Visit our website PeninsulaUMC.org to see photos from previous years` animal shelter visits. For questions or to volunteer with deliveries to shelters, contact Loretta Harland at 330-289-7278 or at LHarland1@yahoo.com.





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PENINSULA LIBRARY

Peninsula Library www.peninsulalibrary.org 330-657-2665

Tuesday Evening Book Club—Second Tuesday at 6:30PM
October 12— The Vanishing Half. By Brit Bennett.
November 9— The third daughter. By Talia Carner.

Preschool Story Hour in the Gazebo (weather permitting) is on Mondays and Thursdays at 10:00AM. Please call the library to register.

2021 Retirement Series with James Sexton September 23 and 30 at 7:00PM.
Planning to retire or already retired? Do you have questions about where and how to invest your retirement savings in this volatile and uncertain market? Do you know how to take withdrawals from your retirement assets without running out of money? Are you prepared for the possible tax changes and are your retirement funds properly positioned? These are life-changing financial questions-don`t just guess at them.

September 23 Your Retirement and Your IRA: Avoiding Costly Mistakes While Keeping More of Your Retirement Money.
For most Americans, IRAs are their largest retirement assets. Don`t neglect this account, learn the proper way to transfer 401(k)`s, 403(b)`s, how to deal with IRA pension rollovers and the potential of changing tax laws affecting these accounts!

September 30: Sound Investing for Retirees.
Confused and overwhelmed by this volatile market? Are you second-guessing your investment strategy? As more and more people approach retirement, the need for a solid understanding of basic economic and investment concepts increases. Many Americans just don`t know how to invest their assets for income and which asset classes are appropriate for retirees. Questions about assets, stocks, bonds and more will be answered in this hour-long program. James C. Sexton III, CFP ® and Gage Paul CFP ® of Western Reserve Capital Management lead these intensive one-hour classes which are designed to help you become financially aware in this complex and challenging environment.

Take and Make Crafts! Call the library to register for your kit.
Children`s and Adult DIY craft kits are back! The next kits will be available on Monday November 1 and December 6. Each Kit will contain all or most of the materials for the craft with instructions. We are not charging a fee, but donations towards children`s and adult programming are always accepted so we may continue fun programs. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED so we can have enough art supplies for everyone interested.

A Funny Program about Funny Programs: The Greatest Sitcoms of All Time
Thursday, October 14, 7:00PM
**This will be a Zoom program, please call or email the library to register.
Award-winning author and pop culture historian Martin Gitlin hosts this fun and enlightening presentation based on his book, The Greatest Sitcoms of All Time. He is the only author to actually rank the best of the best, including I Love Lucy, All in the Family, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Cheers, Seinfeld, Frasier and Modern Family. He will show funny snippets from those shows and others, challenge patrons with sitcom trivia (including identifying cool theme songs!), discuss the criteria he used to rank 70 years of sitcoms and talk about how they have evolved over the decades in humor, presentation and content. This all-encompassing greatest sitcoms of all time program is really entertaining so join in on the fun!

Getting Started with Medicare. Thursday, October 21, 6:00PM to 7:30PM
Getting Started with Medicare is presented by Laura Mutsko, a Certified Senior Adviser and Medicare Supplement Accredited Adviser. She will highlight when and where to apply for Medicare, what decisions you will need to make, what Medicare covers, cost of Medicare, and the difference between original Medicare and Medicare Advantage Plans. This class will be in person, please wear your mask. Reservations are requested, please call the library at 330-657-2291 or email info@peninsulalibrary.org

Wednesday Afternoon Book Club—Fourth** Wednesday at 1:30PM.
October 27—Miss Benson`s Beetle. By Rachel Joyce.
November 17—The Secret Keeper of Jaipur. By Alka Joshi. **please note this is the Third Wednesday.





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PENINSULA LIBRARY NEWS

COVID Update: We have been returning some things back to pre-Covid status. Furniture has been moved back to its proper place and in-person programs are being phased in. Because we are still monitoring the Delta strain, some Covid-related things will stay in place for now, such as the Plexiglas that was installed on the Circulation Desk. Of course, we will continue to encourage hand sanitizing and other common sense things learned during Covid to keep us safe from many other types of germs as well. During this time, we want all patrons to feel comfortable in the library so we are requesting that patrons continue to wear masks. Because of close proximities, attendees of in-person programs will be required to wear masks. Also, if you would like us to bring library materials to you curbside, please let us know.

Delayed Opening on September 29: The library`s neighbor to the north will be taking down two very large and one smaller tree on September 29. All three trees are within a few feet of the property line. Upon consultation with the library`s insurance provider and to assist the neighbors, the library will be closed to patrons during the time of the tree removal. This process will involve the use of cranes and other large equipment. The removal should start at 8:00AM and last for up to 6 hours. Patrons should be able to re-enter the library by 2:00PM.

The Peninsula Library is open Monday through Thursday from 9:00AM to 8:00PM and on Fridays and Saturdays from 9:00AM to 5:00PM. To reach the library, please call us at (330) 657-2665 or email us at info@peninsulalibrary.org . To visit our Cuyahoga Valley Historical Museum, please call (330) 657-2892. Please look for us on Facebook or visit our website for updated information (peninsulalibrary.org).





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WOODRIDGE RECREATION

The Woodridge Recreation Association is now holding sign-ups for basketball and wrestling sign-ups will start October 1.

You can go to Woodridgerec-oh.Finalforms.com to register. For more information please contact John Schneider at joschneid6@gmail.com.





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VALLEY FIRE TRAINING

Valley Fire members Joe McVey and Scott Reynolds participated in a deep-water training at Indigo Lake, AKA Wilson`s Gravel Pit. The training was guided in the water by Assistant Chief Scott Duber, Richards Smith, guiding the boat, and Captain Mike Packard assisted on the shore.

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LIGHT UP PENINSULA!

The Peninsula Area Chamber of Commerce is planning on our usual celebrations in the month of December. We realize, of course, that this depends on the status of Covid and the weather. However, please mark your calendars now because we all know how busy the holiday season gets.

December 2 will be the Candlelight Walk with luminaries lining Main Street from the business section down to the GAR Hall. (thanks to Channah and Lee Spencer) The tree lighting will take place at 6:00PM on the Bronson Green. Holiday music will be provided by the Rhapsody Singers from Woodridge High School as well as Kent Roosevelt Choir members. (thanks to business and patron donors)

Following the tree lighting the participants of the Door Decorating Contest will have their doors judged. The winner will receive a prize for their creativity and colorful display. Let`s Light Up Peninsula with many doors being decorated.

December 11 will be Christmas in Peninsula. A highlight of this day will be the Reindeer in town behind the Bronson Church. (thanks to The Friends of the Library, the Dowling family, the Snider/Butler household, and the NOPEC Grant for making this happen). There will also be costumed characters and businesses will be spotlighted for their offerings as well.

The Peninsula Library will collaborate with the Chamber by hosting their Christmas Tree Raffle. This is always a fun event and the trees are always so varied and beautiful.

While not a Chamber Event, the Boston Township Trustee will hold their annual Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, December 4 from 10:00AM to 3:00PM. A wonderful bazaar to look for holiday gifts.

It is never too early to start thinking ahead as we enjoy the beautiful Fall season that is coming.

Margo Snider





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COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS BAZAAR

Boston Township will again be holding our Christmas bazaar on December 4, 2021 and it will be held from 10:00AM until 3:00PM. There are a few vendor spaces still available. Please call 330-657-2439 for information.





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VALLEY FIRE

August brought changes for Valley Fire District. The board accepted the resignations of Matt Cern, Brian Douds, Lane Smith, Mike Clinton, and Kevin Hylbert. Matt Sternad was granted a six month leave of absence. New hires include: Bock Watson, EMT/Firefighter; Claire Schramm, Paramedic/Firefighter; Cassey Sabetta, EMT/Firefighter; Robert Henderson, Paramedic/Firefighter, and Dan Lowman, Paramedic/Firefighter.





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PENINSULA POLICE

The last few months have been quite busy for Chief Jay Nagy of the Peninsula Police Department. There were four new officers hired and one officer was promoted to full-time status.

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Officer Daren Beichler (left) has been a police officer for thirty-nine years. He has served as a deputy sheriff, a township police officer and as a village police officer. He has served as a patrol officer, detective in charge of an evidence room and as a field training officer. Officer Beichler currently resides in Akron, Ohio.

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Officer Mark Flynn (right) has (ten) years as police officer and is currently employed full time at the Cuyahoga County Sheriff`s Department as a deputy sheriff. Officer Flynn has served as a field training officer, training instructor, and a hostage negotiator. Officer Flynn holds a Master`s Degree in Criminal Justice Management Leadership.

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Officer Cal Krusinski (left) is a lifelong resident of the area and graduated from Woodridge High School in 2015. Cal attended the 2019 winter session of the Akron University Police Academy and joined the Summa Health Care Police Department where he is currently employed. Cal is excited to begin working in a community that his family has been a part of for generations. At his swearing in were his mother and father, Dave and Patti Krusinski, and grandmothers Elaine Johnston Krusinski and Peg Johnston.

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Officer Joseph Ostrowski (right) served four years honorably in the United States Army, and an additional two years in the Army Reserves. Officer Ostrowski graduated from the Kent State Police Academy in April 2021. Officer Ostrowski recently rejoined the Army Reserves. Officer Ostrowski currently resides in Cuyahoga Falls with his wife.

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Dennis Pongracz has been appointed as the newest full-time police officer. Officer Pongracz has been a police officer for thirteen years, twelve of which have been with the Peninsula Police Department as a part-time officer. During Officer Pongracz`s tenure, he has served as a field training officer, radar instructor, and as a trained CIT officer.





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CONDOLENCES

Former Boston Township resident Charles E. (Skip) Ausperk, passed away suddenly on July 21. Skip was the son of Charles J. and Ruth Ausperk (nee Stine). He is survived by his wife, Lisa, children; Chase Richards, April Richards, Cassandra Ausperk Ly (Anthony Ly), and Bryant Ausperk (Jen Rowe); grand-children, Isaac Pugh, Owen Byrne, Lil Chase Richards, and Bodhi Ly.
Skip grew up in Boston Township living on Riverview Road before building his home on Main Street. He was a good friend to many who treasured knowing him.

Condolences to the Cooper family. Josephine Cooper passed away July 25.

Diane Andexler (Schneider) passed away August 18, 2021 at age 77. She leaves behind two sons and five grandchildren. She is the sister to Dan Schneider, Sr.





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MARY JOHNSTON BOOTH MEMORIAL

It has been a little over two years since Mary Booth lost her battle to leukemia. We are fortunate in our little community to have so many that devote their time to public service, or volunteer for our many non-profits, or simply give by caring for their neighbors or others in need. But sometimes, a special person stands out. Mary Johnston Booth was one of those people.

Mary always seemed to be buzzing around town either planning, organizing, or helping with a fundraiser, event, festival, or Village project. She had the enthusiasm, and the smile, and sometimes the blue hair that drew you in and convinced you to participate, help out, or just attend. "Community" really meant something to Mary, more than just where you happen to live. For her it meant being involved, and helping out whenever and wherever she could. She was a doer, for all of us.

Since her death, there has been a plan for a memorial to recognize Mary and her endless energy for giving to others. With the support of Mary`s family and closest friends, the Mary Johnston Booth Memorial Bench and plaque are now in place, a very suitable place. As a member of the Peninsula Home and Garden Club, Mary took it upon herself to rescue a small area at the north west end of the bridge that was overgrown with weeds and poison ivy. She cleared it out and planted it with ivy, myrtle, and hostas. When the Garden Club added flowers to the bridge boxes each spring, Mary was adding more flowers to that small area. Often zinnias, her favorite!

So, take a walk into downtown. Stop and sit a while on the Wildflower bench, remembering Mary, and her love for "the beauty of flowers and the joy of Community."

** We are still accepting donations to the Mary Booth Memorial to support the planned flower garden that will be located across from the bench. Please contact Dee at 216-346-8753 or dholody@yahoo.com for information on how to make a contribution.

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FOR SALE

FOR SALE: Several 18` pews from the former Boston Community Church. Contact njanigian1460@gmail.com for further information.





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WANT ADS

HELP WANTED: The Peninsula Foundation is looking to hire a part-time Maintenance Tech. Visit our website for more information on this job posting: peninsulahistory.org/jobs





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SERVICES

From the Editors: Have you used any of these services? We are asking for your feedback in rating them from one to five with five being excellent.

ALEXANDER WATER: 330-923-0014.

FOR SALE: Handwoven cotton dish towels from local weaver Joanne Noragon. Towels are all cotton, machine wash and dry. Size 17x22", a variety of colors. Contact me: Everythingoldisnew2019@gmail.com. To see and order: cuponthebus.blogspot.com. Choose the towel tab. To visit my studio and browse my stock, email me for an appointment.

TREE TRIMMING: Tree trimming, storm clean-up, general clean-up. Call Tom the Tree Guy at 330-760-4105.

SONSHINE CLEANING SERVICE: Residential (including Apartments), Commercial, Offices, Floors, Walls, Windows, Bathrooms, etc. $10 off first cleaning and $10 off for every referral that uses us. Three hour minimum please. Please contact Claudia Norris at (440) 915-9957. Local references available.

LICENSED ELECTRICIAN- Peninsula resident. Great rates/Quick service. Call Steve at 330-310-1061. Ohio license #El22934.
YCN Rating 5 Star. Very good work, timely and good communications during the job.

COMPANION SERVICES: Are you a senior seeking senior companion services? Well, help is here. Call Kimberly for more details. 330-285-6962

REAL ESTATE SERVICES: Your hometown Real Estate agent, looking to buy or sell your home call us. Sylvia Tonhaeuser/ Robin Shrader Remax Trends 330-329-1851. No one knows Peninsula or Boston Township better.

PROJECT FEEDING KIDS: Find the best prices for every essential service, both residential and commercial while helping feed children in the community. We work with top brands, such as DirecTv, Dish, AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, gas, electric, and merchant services. Call Kelly at 330-203- 9713.

CARPET, RUG, UPHOLSTERY & TILE CLEANING: Citrus-based green cleaning system. Safe for children and pets. No residue and dries in a few hours. Offer 20% discount includes moving couch and chairs. Contact Sandy or Jim Sadens at 330-657-2113 CitrusGreenClean.com Email us at sadens.jim@gmail.com.
YCN reader rating of 5, multiple community comments.

NEED A HAND? CALL THE HANDYMAN! Bath resident, Joshua Kastelic 15+ years experience. Honest, Quality, On-Time 330-289-8181 thehandyman_can@rocketmail.com
YCN reader rating of 5, reporter has used this service multiple times.

PET SITTING IN YOUR HOME: For all your pet sitting needs, contact Precious Pets Sitting Service at 216-701-4181. Providing visits, midday walks, and overnight service since 1997. Rates start $15/day, insured/bonded, Veterinary Technician.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Your photographer neighbor. www.KelleyWeitzelPhotography.com For all photography needs.

CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING: Award-winning custom picture framing since 1992, with framing consultations at your home or office, delivery and installation. Instruction with social media and marketing. Fine Art Services - Assisting artists, designers, corporate & residential clients in the selection, display and proper framing of art. 330-657-2228.
YCN reader rating of: 5 Star Rating! I have used Carolyn to frame, reframe, and repair all sorts of art for me and she does a professional job.
YCN reader rating of: 5 Star Rating! Wonderful work and very creative. Highly recommended.


SAWMILL SERVICE: From firewood to tree removal, all the way to decks, porches, & more. We do it all, give me a call! Wells Construction/S & S Sawmill, Seth, (330) 352-0210.
YCN reader rating of 5, reporter very pleased with services.

FOR SALE: End Tables and Coffee Tables. Eye-Catching, Locally Sourced Hardwoods. Handmade in Boston Township. Visit StudioJoe.us.

DOG TRAINING/SERVICES: Whether you need help training your dog or help getting your dog out while you`re away, call Tim Dent 4 Dogs, LLC (330) 212–1181 or email timdent4dogs@gmail.com. Reasonable rates.
YCN reader rating of 5.