Mike Kovack
Auditor

Mike Kovack
Medina County Auditor


144 N. Broadway St, Medina, OH  44256
Medina:  (330) 725-9754     Toll free:  (844) 722-3800, ext. 9754


 

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September 4, 2015

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Congrats to Catherine Owen, Medina County Veteran of the Year

Congratulations to Catherine Owen of Brunswick who is being honored by the Joint Veterans Coalition of Medina County.  She will  receive her award at the third all-veterans banquet Oct. 3 at Williams on the Lake.

She is a retired Naval Reserve chief petty officer, having spent 21 years in the Naval Reserves. Owen helped shape many young lives and instill patriotic values in the U.S Naval Sea Cadets. She has held several positions in the organization, including chief trainer, managing more than $400,000 in training and logistical funds and serving as the commanding officer.

She is a life member of Brunswick's American Legion Post 234 and its honor guard and is co-owner of Hollo's PaperCraft Inc. in Brunswick.

Read Gazette writer Bob Finnan's entire story

 

 

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Medina Mayor Gives State of the City Address

Mayor Dennis Hanwell presented his annual State of the City address to the Greater Medina Chamber of Commerce, Tuesday, where he talked about the importance of embracing business and maintaining industrial roads in the city.

He explained how Public Square has a very positive impact on everything the city does and how the city wants to do everything in its power to help businesses on the square be successful.  He also sets aside one day a month to attend ribbon-cuttings and the city makes a big deal about every new business that opens.

  

Read Gazette writer Bob Finnan's entire story

 

 

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Project: LEARN Seeks Tutors in Lodi

 

Project: LEARN of Medina County is looking for volunteer tutors in Lodi to help residents prepare and study for a GED certificate.  The nonprofit will have an informational meeting 10 to 11:30 am, Sept. 11 at Lodi Library, 635 Wooster St.

The group received a $7,000 grant from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation in May to provide the programs for literacy and English as a second language for adults in Lodi. Lodi has a higher percentage of adults without their GED than anywhere else in the county, according to executive director Carla Robinson.

The Dollar General grant will allow for the tutoring program to run until June of 2016 and will provide equipment, workbooks, calculators, GED prep work and computers.

Read Gazette Writer Katie Anderson's whole story.

Greetings!

Recently, we marked the10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history, taking more than 1,800 lives and causing $100 billion in total economic damage.  This week kicks off National Preparedness Month.  We encourage you to make a plan with your community, your family, and for your pets.  Plan how to stay safe and communicate during the disasters that can affect us in Medina County.   Go to www.ready.gov or www.redcross.org to learn how.

Mike Kovack

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Pumpkin Village officially kicks off on September 5 and 6 for the 2015 season. With early fall atmosphere it's sure to be fun for the whole family. All attractions will be open, which means you'd better get ready to ride the cow and pig trains, the hayrides, America's longest slide, bounce on Ohio's largest jumping pillow, and trek through the 7-acre corn maze. There is plenty of great food and drink available too!

 

Info: SAT 10 am - 10 pm & SUN 10 am - 6 pm                    ADMISSION: $12                  55 & OLDER: $6          2 & UNDER: FREE

  

Mapleside Farms is also hosting a 5k adventure run, Sunday September 6, 9 am to noon. Take the 100-acre challenge through Mapleside's dense forests, old orchards and encounter the vigorous test of the 10-acre corn maze. At the finish line starts a celebration with live music, food and drink options and the award ceremony!

This is a journey for the entire family. You will also receive FREE admission to Mapleside Farms "Pumpkin Village" to enjoy the attractions after the race! This event will also be a fundraising opportunity for local, public school athletic programs.

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 JAF's Therapy in Motion of Medina will host a horse show fundraiser at the Lewis Road Riding Ring, Rocky River Reservation in North Olmstead at 9 am on Saturday, September 5.

Entry booth opens at 8:30. Entry fee is $5 per class. Spectators are welcome at no charge.  Refreshments will be available throughout the day and raffle drawings will be held.

Proceeds will benefit JAF's Therapy in Motion, a non-profit therapeutic horseback riding program for youth with special needs. For more information visit their WEBSITE.

 

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Firestone Complete Auto Care of Medina will be holding a fundraising event benefiting Medina Hospital, a Cleveland Clinic Hospital. The funds raised through this effort will improve the lives of children and families in our area and support pediatric services at Medina Hospital and in the communities the hospital serves. The Second Annual Car Show will be on September 6 with a large variety of beautiful cars, great food, fun and prizes. Check with FIRESTONE for more information.

 

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Dominic's Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant and JoJo's Sports Bar & Grille will be donating 15% of each diner's bill to Friends of the Medina County District Library on September 8 starting at 11 am. The restaurant is located at 221 S. Jefferson Street in Medina. You must present the FLYER to your server.  Good on dine-in and pick-up orders.

 

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The Medina Chorus will begin rehearsing for its winter concert on Tuesday, Sept. 8, and Monday evenings thereafter from 7 to 9 pm.  Rehearsals will be held at the Medina Presbyterian Church located at 5020 Burgundy Bay Blvd in Medina. Sign-ups are half an hour prior to the start of rehearsals through Monday, Sept. 28. The winter concert will be Sunday, December 6 at 3 pm. Visit Medina Chorus for more info.

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Brunswick 

Friday, September 4, 7-10 pm  Liverpool Lads, a Beatles Tribute Band at Mapleside Farms, 294 Pearl Road. $2 admission, children 16 & under free  

Saturday, September 5,  9 pm   War Pigz, $5.  42Eighty Concert Club 

Medina  

Friday, September 4,  7-10:30 pm  Rally in the Alley, Mr. Speed,  KISS Tribute Band, Main Street Cafe (rear) 

Friday, September 4,  9:30 pm  Steeltown Religion, at Thirsty Cowboy. Cover Charge

Saturday, September 5,   7-10:30 pm Rally in the Alley, Green River, CCR Tribute Band, Main Street Cafe (rear) 

Saturday, September 5,   9:30 pm Northern Whiskey, at Thirsty Cowboy. Cover Charge

Saturday, September 5,    7-9 pm ORMACO wraps up Jazz under the Stars with Bobby Selvaggio on alto sax and his orchestra. MORE INFO.

Sunday, September 6,    7-10:30 pm Wish You Were Here, Pink Floyd Tribute Band, Main Street Café (rear) ADMISSION IS REQUIRED

Wadsworth  

Friday, September 4   9 pm Sue Minton Project at The Galaxy Patio
 
Friday, September 4   7:30 pm Kristy Lee Burky at Sonnets Coffee House


Saturday, September 5   6 pm  The Scenic Route at Sonnets Coffee House

Wednesday, September 9   7 pm  Open mic night at Sonnet's.  Sign ups start at 6:30 pm.

 

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