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  • 06/02/2020 3:33 PM | Laura Spencer

    Hello, I am looking for an office assistant.

    The candidate needs to be very proficient in QuickBooks and have good cognitive skills.

    This is a detail-oriented position.  Along with Quick Books responsibilities which include A/P, billing, invoicing, banking etc , the job requires putting presentations together, researching for promotional products, office management, and vendor and customer relations.   I am looking for someone who is pro-active in getting projects done.  There is room for growth and selling opportunities as well.

    This is a printing broker business.  Any experience with printing would be a plus.

    It is a part-time position with variable hours.  Some work can be done from home and some requires to come in the office.

    If you know anyone who may fit these needs and may be interested, please contact me.  My email is laura@spencerpb.com  and my cell is 216-403-0428.

    Thank you, 

    Laura Spencer


  • 05/11/2020 2:38 PM | Erin Bolyard

    Hi, everyone!

    I'm still a relatively new member, so please feel free to take down if this is the wrong place for this! :)

    My name is Erin, and I am the Executive Director of a nonprofit center for children with autism. We are beginning the process for one of our students to transition to adulthood next year. She's an adorable little girl with CVI (cortical visual impairment), and we are beginning to seek out job opportunities for her. 

    Her disability prohibits her from being considered for "competitive" employment, so her mom and I are trying to get creative!

    Her mom just wants her to have purpose. She is currently doing unpaid vocational placements at a local coffee house and at our local United Way branch as part of her learning environment and is doing well. She can do simple tasks like shredding, sorting, counting, washing, etc. We know there are many things that would need to be set in place before a placement of any kind could happen from a logistical/legal perspective, but if anyone thinks there could be a possibility that their small business could facilitate a working environment for her, we'd love to open up a dialogue with you. Even if the placement is for just a few hours for one or two days a week, it's better than the options we're looking at right now! 

    You can contact me anytime at ebolyard@footprints-ohio.com. Thank you so much for your time and consideration! 

  • 04/22/2020 4:10 PM | Laura Spencer

    I have liquid and gel options.

    I have liquid that is the World Health Organization formula.  It is 80% alcohol.  They come in 8 oz bottles 16 bottles per case for $150.

    It also comes in gallons for $ 48/gallon.  This company I have done business with for many years.  I buy glue for sealing containers from them for my major account.  They have reconfigured one of their glue lines in order to make the hand sanitizer.

    These have caps so you would have to fill existing containers. This is made locally in Cleveland.  I will have some in my garage for pick up.

    I also have Liquid and Gel formula also locally made under the Germ Attack brand name.  It is 70% alcohol and has some aloe.  This company has been making it for years.  They have it in gallons for $60/ gallon.  The liquid has a spout.  The gel has pumps that are sold separately for $10 and are limited in supply.

    Supply is fluid and changing.  If you are interested, please contact me via phone: 440-286-1446 or email: laura@spencerpb.com


  • 03/24/2020 1:50 PM | Kim Skala

    If you are looking for ways to reduce your budget, let one of our experienced Agents rework your personal insurance program for you.

    Are you missing out on discounts?

    Maybe you could save money or gain additional coverages?

    The Skala Insurance Agency is open and fully supporting any insurance needs.

    CONTACT KIM SKALA: skalak2@nationwide.com

    Chagrin Falls/Bainbridge Township Office Phone 440-543-9825

    Mantua Office Phone 330-274-2945.


  • 02/23/2020 12:00 PM | Sara Clemson

    Please join us for the thrill of it on Sunday, February 23, 2020 between 12 P.M. and 4 P.M. at St. Denis Golf Club 10660 Kirtland-Chardon Rd. in Chardon. Only $25/person Cash bar for drinks, unlimited betting on trotters, wine pull, 50/50 raffle, so come on out to beat the winter doldrums.  All bets placed in cash, all payouts in cash.  Sponsor a race, buy a horse, purchase tix -  Online executable Invite and RSVP/Order Form at www.MLCR.org


  • 02/22/2020 4:30 PM | Susan Swartzwelder (Administrator)

    Dear Friends,

    Erin Farragher, a Burton resident and Berkshire High school student passed away July 2019 from complications from Moyamoya.

    In honor of Erin, Maria Dellapina (Mother) & John Fisher (Step Father) wish to start a scholarship. The goal is to provide for families that might not be able to afford the expense or burden to experience their very first Buddy Cruise. Erin’s sweet, caring and infectious smile will be remembered by enabling a new family to experience the same joy that Erin had onboard a Buddy Cruise.

    Buddy Cruise is a 501c3 non-profit organization providing educational opportunities and resources for families, while promoting awareness, advocacy, and inclusion for individuals with special needs.

    Each year this endowment will allow for a person with diagnosed Special Needs and a companion (total of 2 persons, more if possible) with an inside cabin for Buddy Cruise sailing on Royal Caribbean.

    To help fund this scholarship family and friends are having an Amish Wedding Dinner and raffle on February 22, 2020 in the Century Village Bond building located in the heart of Burton Village.

    We are asking local businesses, friends and neighbors alike to help us reach our goal by donating raffle items, baskets or a cash donation. Items can be sent to Erin’s Umbrella C/O Specs4us P.O. Box 465 Burton Ohio 44021 or call us at 800-586-1885 for a pick up or any questions.

    TICKETS:

    There will be advanced tickets sales only for the event which are available at Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/erins-umbrella-scholarship-amish-dinner-fundraiser-tickets- 86138357145

    or by calling the Specs 4 US office at the above phone number.
    I want to thank you in advance for helping make this fundraiser a success Sincerely,

    Maria Dellapina & Committee Members

    Buddy Cruise/ 501c3 Information
    Public Charity Status 170(b)(1)(A)(VI) DLN 17053345346038 EIN 94-3450962


  • 11/22/2019 9:00 AM | Anonymous

    FuN bUs trip to Christmas Connection at the IX Center

    Kick off the Christmas shopping season with more than 700 booths filled with unique gift ideas,  crafts, specialty foods, home décor, and so much more. Now in it’s 34th year the Christmas Connection at the IX Center features 140 new vendors to explore, “Shop & Drop” complimentary gift wrapping, and Cleveland’s finest song and dance studios performing daily for lovely holiday entertainment to relax during your shopping adventure!

    $44 per person includes: Door  to Door Drop off & Pick up, no worries about weather or slogging through acres of parking!

    * Admission to the Show at IX Center
    * One Session Credit for a class of your choosing upon arrival ($19 value!)
    ^ A Christmas Connection Tote Bag
    * Transportation on a luxury coach – including to the door drop off & pick up!
    * Driver tip, parking and all taxes & fees
    * Trip escort & Bus fun!

    PICK–UP Locations in Middlefield & Chardon

    Departing at 9AM and Returning at 5PM

    BOOK TODAY 216-369-9399



  • 11/08/2019 6:30 PM | Sara Clemson

    7th Annual Chili Cook-off Fundraiser at Metzenbaum Center, 8200 Cedar Road in Chesterland. 

    Tickets are $12 for Chili, Cornbread, Coleslaw, and Desserts!  

    Door prizes, 50/50 Raffle, Chinese & Silent Auction

    ALL PROCEEDS WILL BENEFIT ORGANIZATIONS WORKING TO PREVENT HOMELESSNESS IN GEAUGA COUNTY

    Call (440)285-2282 or email tslater@geauga.org by 11/6/19 for tickets

  • 10/15/2019 6:30 PM | Cheryl Cameron (Administrator)

    Do you have a car? If you do this is the right event to come to!

    Come and learn from the experts! Frank Lanza, founder of Highway Garage and Auto Body, will explain what you need to know about your car in a casual setting. Topics include:

    -How to navigate your insurance after a collision, and how to handle a breakdown on the road.     -What is the proper maintenance schedule to follow                                                                   -How to maintain and buy the correct tires for your vehicle.                                                           -Demo following the discussion!                                                      

    Beverages and light appetizers will be served.

    Location: Highway Garage and Auto Body. 8410 E Washington, Chagrin Falls, OH 44023

    Register at: Geauga West Public Library site - https://geaugalibrary.libcal.com/event/5334966

    Questions? Contact Cheryl Cameron at cheryl.s.cameron@gmail.com or 440-554-2393


  • 10/13/2019 1:00 PM | Sara Clemson

    Please join Maple Leaf Community Residences for a Happy Harvest Celebration at Eddy's Fruit Farm in Chesterland on Sunday October 13, 2019 from 1-4:30P.     

    Visit mlcr.org to learn more and RSVP to join the fun. 

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