April 2014 Issue

  • Spring Eggstravaganza! Hop into Spring with a Twist!

    The Easter Bunny is coming to town a little earlier this year! On Saturday, April 12th you catch ol’ long ears himself at the Easter Eggstravaganza in Butterfield Park.  Be sure to bring your Easter basket; the annual Easter Eggstravaganza will offer over 30,000 stuffed eggs in  five egg hunt circles for kids, from the… [Continue Reading]

    Spring Eggstravaganza! Hop into Spring with a Twist!
  • Recycling: How Can We Do it Better?

    by Christine Losciale-Thoemmes  You know that saying, “You don’t know what you don’t know?” Well, that’s kind of what this article is about, only in regards to recycling. I sometimes find myself unsure if I am recycling certain items correctly. I also have people asking me, “Is this recyclable?”, or “How do I recycle this?”… [Continue Reading]

    Recycling: How Can We Do it Better?
  • Declutter for a Cause

    With springtime come those freakish spring snowstorms, bulbs peeking through the semi-frozen ground and the inevitable task of Spring Cleaning. Most of us have that one drawer with the old phones, cords and other electronics that are outdated and just taking up space. This year, you can clear out all that electronic clutter in one… [Continue Reading]

    Declutter for a Cause
  • Holocaust Remembered

    by Tiffany Grizzle When I taught 5th grade, one of my favorite subjects to teach was History. Often, mentioning “the H word” in a 5th grade classroom would elicit sighs, eye rolling and the not so subtle whispers of, “this is going to be sooo boring.” There was nothing more gratifying as a teacher than… [Continue Reading]

    Holocaust Remembered

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EGGSTAVAGANZA_WEB

Spring Eggstravaganza! Hop into Spring with a Twist!

The Easter Bunny is coming to town a little earlier this year! On Saturday, April 12th you catch ol’ long ears himself at the Easter Eggstravaganza in Butterfield Park.  Be sure to bring your Easter basket; the annual Easter Eggstravaganza will offer over 30,000 stuffed eggs in  five egg hunt circles for kids, from the […]

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Recycling: How Can We Do it Better?

by Christine Losciale-Thoemmes  You know that saying, “You don’t know what you don’t know?” Well, that’s kind of what this article is about, only in regards to recycling. I sometimes find myself unsure if I am recycling certain items correctly. I also have people asking me, “Is this recyclable?”, or “How do I recycle this?” […]

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Declutter for a Cause

With springtime come those freakish spring snowstorms, bulbs peeking through the semi-frozen ground and the inevitable task of Spring Cleaning. Most of us have that one drawer with the old phones, cords and other electronics that are outdated and just taking up space. This year, you can clear out all that electronic clutter in one […]

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Holocaust Remembered

by Tiffany Grizzle When I taught 5th grade, one of my favorite subjects to teach was History. Often, mentioning “the H word” in a 5th grade classroom would elicit sighs, eye rolling and the not so subtle whispers of, “this is going to be sooo boring.” There was nothing more gratifying as a teacher than […]

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Bookends: The Last Runaway

In 1850 Honor Bright travels to America with her sister, Grace. The journey is difficult and Grace dies before she reaches her fiance, Adam Cox in Faithwell, Ohio. With no other option Honor continues to Adam’s home that he currently shares with his brother’s widow, Abigail. Honor is not expected, but the Quaker family moves […]

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Local Author Spotlight: Stories Gathered at the Kitchen Table, A Collection of Women’s Memoirs

“Raw and unfiltered, meaningful writing from the heart.”  Bold women share stories that influenced their confidence to become business women, leaders, mothers, healers, politicians, artists, pilots and trendsetters. In the safe haven of Kitchen Table Writing, creators from the 1950s to Columbine write life stories that resonate with women across generations. Read stories by Former […]