Remote Area Medical visits PACOC’s monthly meeting in Andover

by Lauren Locke

ANDOVER – A visit from clinic speaker Steve Arsulic and his helper Lori Herpen DeCato on behalf of Remote Area Medical was the main focus of discussion during Pymatuning Area Chamber of Commerce’s monthly meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 14 at Andover Public Library.(From Feb. 16 edition).

Cleveland Play House Announces Bold New Works For The 2018 New Ground Theatre Festival

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CLEVELAND, Feb. 14, 2018) Cleveland Play House (CPH) is proud to announce the inspiring works for the 13th Annual New Ground Theatre Festival (NGTF). The New Ground Theatre Festival provides the opportunity for playwrights to develop and showcase their work, while offering Cleveland audiences the opportunity to see these remarkable new plays come to life.  The Festival will run from May 11th – May 19th.

Rescue Rock Off

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WILLOUGHBY - Lake Humane Society will rock the house for animals at their 8th Annual Rescue Rock Off on Sunday, March 4 at Willoughby Brewing Company located in downtown Willoughby.

Celebrate Celtic weekend at ball

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MENTOR - Reverend Thomas W. Johns and St. John Vianney Parish are hosting the 15th Annual Celtic Weekend March 3 and 4.

No Name Ball benefits historical society

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PAINESVILLE TOWNSHIP – The Lake County Historical Society invites all those who love having a great time to return to Lake County’s past by attending its No Name Ball Feb. 10 at Quail Hollow Resort in Concord Township. Depending on your age, a “Big Band” probably helped parents or grandparents fall in love. This is an experience not to be missed.

Lakeland hosting spring concert

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CONCERT - The 50-member Lakeland Community College Civic Chorus will usher in the uplifting promise of the spring season with “You Reap what You Sow,” at 4 p.m. Sunday, April 15 in the LCC Performing Arts Center, under the direction of Conductor Leonard DiCosimo. Tickets are available from any chorus member or at the LCC PAC box office prior to the performance: adults $7; seniors (65 and over) $6; students (under 18) $2.

Fundraiser for railroad museum

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PAINESVILLE - The Painesville Railroad Museum will hold a fundraiser at Harry Buffalo, 2119 Mentor Ave., Painesville, Saturday, April 7 from 2 to 4 p.m. Tickets are $20 each pre-sale and $25 at the door and include all-you-can-eat appetizers and drink.