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Violent Crime:8
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:0
Forcible Rape:2
Aggravated Assault:5
Property Crime:276
Larceny Theft:225
Motor Vehicle Theft:16
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Total population of residents19,093
White resident population recorded16,953
Black or African American resident population recorded1,260
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded36
Asian resident population recorded288
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded3
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded534
Resident population of some other race recorded119
Resident population of two or more races recorded434
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Earth Day celebrations commence Saturday at Wilderness Center, Sunday in Cleveland area
Earth Day events commence this weekend in Stark County and Greater Cleveland.The Wilderness Center, near Wilmot, will host activities Saturday that will include a clean-up from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and a garlic mustard cook-off to prepare the invasive plant at 11 a.m.If you want to help remove invasive plants, contact Vicki Shoenfelt at can meet the center’s new director, Jeff Corney, from 10 a.m. to noon. He comes from the University of Minnesota as the center’s third director, replacing Gordon Maupin, who is retiring after 32 years in charge.Other activities include a bird walk at 8 a.m., a backpacking/hiking demonstration from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and a story walk from 2 to 4 p.m. and a program on natural burials at 2 p.m.The Back Porch Swing Band will appear in concert at 7 p.m. Tickets for the concert are $10 for adults and $5 for children 15 and under if accompanied by adults.The center will also host its 21st annual Foto Fest. It will run from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday and 1 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday.The center is at 9877 Alabama Ave. SW in Sugar Creek Township.For more information, call 1-877-359-5235 or go to Cleveland-based Earth Day Coalition will present its 25th annual EarthFest 2014 on Sunday.It will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds in Berea.More than 250 exhibitors will be on hand. There will be entertainment and family activities.EarthFest is Ohio’s largest environmental education event and the longest running Earth Day celebration in the United States.Admission is $8 for those 12 and older; $4 for those 2 to 11.For more information, call 216-281-6468 or Cuyahoga Valley National Park is seeking Earth Day volunteers to help with restoring native habitat April 19. That effort will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.The program is being funded by a grant from the National Parks Conservation Association. It will enable the park to purchase 250 native trees and protection to keep away hungry white-tailed deer.For details, call 330-657-2299 or go to and click on Volunteer.West Park State Park in Portage County will host a shoreline and roadside cleanup from 9 a.m. to noon April 19. Meet at the park’s west boat ramp off Rock Spring Road in Edinburg Township. Due to bridge construction, you must arrive from the south. Bring work gloves. A hot dog cookout will follow the cleanup. For details, call 330-654-4989.In Wayne County, the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center will host the sixth annual Scarlet, Gray and Green Fair on April 22.The Earth Day event will run from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. with speakers, exhibits and more at 1680 Madison Ave..For more information, or You also can contact 330-263-3700 or Akron Zoo will hold its Party for the Planet on April 26.It will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 500 Edgewood Ave.Vendors and exhibitors will be on hand, plus Conrad Conservation, the zoo’s mascot.Admission is $7 per person. The parking fee is $2.For more information, call 330-375-2550 or County will mark its 18th annual Earth Day Celebration from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 26 at Buffalo Creek Retreat, 8708 Hubbard Valley Road in Guilford Township.There will be kite-flying demonstrations, live animals, entertainment, kids’ activities and crafts, ecology information, paper shredding, making your own rain barrel and a family fishing derby.Advance registration is required for making a rain barrel. The fee is $65. Classes will be offered at 10 and 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Call 330-722-9322.There will also be an Earth Day Family Conservation Walk on April 26 at Hubbard Valley Park. Registration is from 9 to 9:45 a.m.Volunteers are needed April 26 for a cleanup in Adam’s Run Preserve and Haley’s Run Greenway in South Akron from 9 a.m. to noon. Meet at Goodyear’s Plant 5 parking lot, 1452 E. Archwood Ave.The cleanup is part of Keep Akron Beautiful’s activities.For more information, call 330-657-2378 or 330-864-6033.Bob Downing can be reached at 330-996-3745 or
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Religion Notes: Ministry offers grief support
The Journey to Peace Bereavement Support ministry will offer a six-week series beginning Jan. 20 at Queen of Heaven Church, 1800 Steese Road, Green.The series, which is free, will be from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on six consecutive Mondays. It is designed to provide Christian support and guidance for daily living to people who have experienced the death of a loved one.The bereavement ministry offers information, consolation, spiritual and emotional support to those dealing with grief.For more information or to register, call 330-499-3937. In other religion news:EventsArlington Church of God — 539 S. Arlington St., Akron. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jan. 20. A winter wear and coat giveaway event will be held in the church gymnasium. Free and open to the public. For more information, call the Rev. William Walker at 330-773-3321, ext. 115.Canton Christian Women’s Connection — 1500 Rogwin Circle SW, Plain Township. 11:30 a.m. Jan. 16. Monthly luncheon will be held. All area women invited. Those attending will receive free raffle tickets for a gala gift giveaway. Speaker will be Jackie Drake, a book lover who shares her story, and music will be provided by vocalist Theresa Graves. For required reservations or free nursery, call Sherry at 330-837-6552 or email by Jan. 12. Cost is $13 and includes lunch.First Church of Brethren — 1812 Marigold Ave., Akron. 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. today. All-you-can-eat soup supper plus desserts. Adults $6, ages 12 and under $4.South Arlington United Methodist Church — 790 S. Arlington St., Akron. 8:30 to 11 a.m. today. Breakfast fundraiser. Variety of items available, including homemade cinnamon rolls. 330-724-1334.Speakers, workshopsDiocese of Youngstown — at St. Michael Family Life Center, 300 N. Broad St. Canfield. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Jan. 16. A conference with the theme Technology for the New Evangelization will be held. It is sponsored by the Offices of Information Technology and Religious Education. Sister Susan Wolf will be keynote speaker covering Web sites and social media. Workshops will focus on a variety of related topics. Cost is $25 per person and includes lunch, morning refreshments and parking. Registration expected by Wednesday and participants are eligible for religious education certification credit. Call 330-744-8451 or email County Dinner & Doctrine — at Rusty Nail restaurant, 7291 State Route 43, Franklin Township. 6 p.m. Jan. 14. Father Steven J. Agostino will speak on the topic Let Us Build Bridges, Not Walls. Buffet dinner will be served with a cash bar, followed by Father Agostino’s presentation. Advance tickets may be purchased by Wednesday at any Portage County parish for $25. For more information, call Mickee Murphy at 330-673-5849.Renew — at Tangier restaurant, 532 W. Market St., Akron. 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Thursday. The Rev. Jeff Kaiser, executive director of Haven of Rest Ministries, will speak on the topic Bloom Where You’re Planted, at the monthly meeting. Cost is $15, payable at the door, and includes lunch. Please RSVP to Renew is a nonprofit organization with the mission of connecting with business professionals striving to serve God and others in the marketplace.Stow Presbyterian Church — 4150 Fishcreek Road, Stow. 7 p.m. Wednesday. Lisa Abraham, lifestyle columnist and food writer for the Akron Beacon Journal, will talk about her book Famous Chefs and Fabulous Recipes: Lessons Learned at One of the Oldest Cooking Schools in America. The book features stories about the chefs who have taught at the Western Reserve School of Cooking in Hudson and will be available after the talk at a discounted price. The event is part of a speaker series at the church and is free and open to the public. 330-688-6935.The deadline for Religion Notes is noon Tuesday. Items must be in writing. Please fax information to 330-996-3033, email it to or send it to Religion, Akron Beacon Journal, 44 E. Exchange St., Akron, OH 44309.
Happening January 03 2014 - Source:

Millennium Fund helps charitable women serve area children
The centuries-old mission of Mary Virginia Merrick lives on in Akron, where a local chapter of the national organization she formed more than 125 years ago continues to serve children and their families.“She believed in doing good works for children,” said Rita Rochford, a member of St. Vincent’s parish and president of the national movement’s local chapter, the Christ Child Society of Akron.The organization’s roots hold true today. In 1884, Merrick assembled a group of women to sew layettes, or baby clothing and bedding materials, for needy mothers of newborn children. Rochford and other local women gather every couple of weeks to do the same.The women spent an hour Tuesday night preparing layettes and stuffing baskets with essential newborn items and child safety literature for mothers of at-risk babies.Most of the women have a personal and professional stake in helping children. Rochford is a magistrate in Summit County Juvenile Court. Joining her were current and retired teachers, social workers, Akron Children’s Hospital case workers, a former community liaison for Akron Public Schools and other child advocates. Membership totals 300 women, including a 101-year-old woman who knits dozens of baby hats for the layette program each month.“We have one of the most diverse groups of women, youngest to oldest,” Rochford said.The program launched locally in 1911 but soon was suspended — until 1957 — as the nation came together to support two world wars.Before settling into a Cuyahoga Falls office and warehouse donated by the husband of a late chapter president, the program worked out of Akron schools or rented space.The women pay $45 dues and the $126,000 program is funded mostly by donations, grants and proceeds from two fundraisers: a Christmas boutique in November and a reverse raffle each spring, the next to be held at St. George Church on Ridgewood Road in Akron on March 1.The bulk of the budget is consumed by two charitable ventures, the $12,500 layette program — funded partially by a recent $2,000 grant from the Millennium Fund for Children — and a $75,000 clothing program for more than 1,800 children, most attending Akron schools.Clothing purchases are coordinated by Rita Burkley, who finds no trouble packing a dimly lit room at the Cuyahoga Falls location with shirts, shoes, pants and coats.“I usually spend it before the end of the school year,” Burkley said of the $75,000 in clothing, including 1,300 coats for needy children this year.“She’s an excellent shopper,” Rochford said.The stockpiling attempts to keep pace with the need.Akron school counselors identify needy children, and the sisters of the charity provide. Local hospitals and pregnancy care centers match expecting mothers with layettes.The program tackles other issues, like providing educational materials for young mothers and assuaging the sorrows of bereaved families. A full list of programming can be found online at the local chapter’s website,“That’s our motto,” Rochford said, reciting Merrick’s mission: “Nothing is ever too much to do for a child.”Doug Livingston can be reached at 330-996-3792 or
Happening December 14 2013 - Source:

Jewell Cardwell: Senior citizens lead YMCA race to help low-income families
“Tri Your Best” — a recent fundraiser with a unique twist at Akron’s University Park YMCA — yielded huge rewards, both for its participants and for low-income families needing financial assistance to join the Y.The direct beneficiary is a program called Partners With Youth, in keeping with the Y’s motto: “We do everything we can to make you part of the Y.”The Sunday morning indoor triathlon drew 32 folks of all ages competing in swimming (15 minutes), stationary biking (20 minutes) and power walking (15 minutes on the treadmill or the track).One team in particular, aptly named The Young and the Restless, caught my attention.Members included 80-year-old Saleema Harris, walker; 69-year-old Carolyn Moore, biker; and 48-year-old June Calet, swimmer. Calet is also the fitness instructor for the Y, teaching various classes from Silver Sneakers to Boot Camp.“These two women, and many of our seniors, have endured a lot in their lifetimes,” Calet said of her teammates. “These two women, in particular, are an inspiration to all.“They are at the YMCA bright and early — 5 a.m. — every day of the week. Whether they are walking, spinning or just enjoying breakfast together, they are there, working hard to stay healthy … They are so humble but so proud that they are participating in this triathlon to help the children … This is all about the children!”“Saleema, who did an impressive 13 laps on the upstairs track this day, walks the track and has been known to do a 5K here and there. Carol, who completed 10.6 miles, takes my spin class that is 90 minutes long,” Calet, effusive with praise, continued. (Not to be outdone, Calet did 13 laps.)The tentative total brought in that day to fund swim lessons and equipment for the children was around $350. Amazing and then some!Holiday blessings Blessings in a Backpack’s Akron chapter is sponsoring a Breakfast with Santa benefit from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Hudson’s, 3900 Medina Road, Akron. Reservations are a must. Cost is $9 children, $12 adults. You get a choice of entrees, a photo with Santa (additional charge) and a gift along with a plethora of activities.“Blessings in a Backpack-Akron currently supports 800 Akron Public School children at Helen Arnold, McEbright, Schumacher and Crouse Community Learning Centers as well as PASS (Positive Academic Support Services), Bridges and the Akron Digital Academy,” wrote spokeswoman Kelley Ann Behrens.“For as little as $80, Blessings can provide a child with food for an entire 38-week school year.”The other big holiday fundraiser feeding this cause is an exclusive Don Drumm “Blessings” ornament. Sales from these two events help raise about $60,000, Behrens continued. Last year’s Don Drumm ornament sales raised nearly $9,000. The ornament is $25 and includes shipping and gift wrap. It’s available through Dec. 15 (no orders accepted at Don Drumm studio). Make checks payable to Blessings in a Backpack-Akron and mail to: Blessings 2013 Ornament, 2300 Tinkham Road, Akron, OH 44313. Cash and credit cards also accepted. For more information, please visit or email of sight Big, beautiful poinsettias to Carol Ebersole, general manager at Pearle Vision’s Montrose store, who will be traveling with a team of 40 to India next week, to give the gift of sight to disadvantaged people. Her team, which includes volunteers from at least five countries, will work eight clinic days, serving at least 12,000 people.“Luxottica’s charitable foundation, OneSight [], organizes monthly global missions throughout the world as well as events and clinics in the United States,” wrote Dr. Richard E. Hults, Pearle Vision’s Montrose president and a veteran of multiple missions. “One Sight has helped over 3 million disadvantaged people, many receiving glasses for the first time in their lives … Carol has a big heart and we are so lucky to be in a position to help so many people.”Collecting toys Connecting Touch Therapy & Wellness Center Inc. is hosting a toy drive through Dec. 13, with the toys for children from newborns through age 14 going to the Salvation Army.“For each toy you bring in, you will be entered in a drawing for a free, half-hour massage with a paraffin hand treatment,” said Connecting Touch President Jack Hayes, who added, “We need to come together as a community and help those who are in need. With high unemployment in our area, there are many families who need our help.”Drop off unwrapped toys between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday at 960 Graham Road, Cuyahoga Falls. For more information, please call 330-945-9354. Hospice fundraiser Akron General Hospice of the Visiting Nurse Service (VNS) will host its 28th annual “Light Up a Life” fundraiser Tuesday to Dec. 19. “Light Up a Life offers a unique and meaningful way to pay tribute to those we remember and love,” event planners said in a statement. “Hanging a gold star on a Light Up a Life Hospice Memory Tree can illuminate the memory of someone special as well as provide light and hope for terminally ill patients and their families during the coming year. A person’s light will never go out as long as it shines in someone’s heart.”The Hospice Memory Trees will be located at Akron General Health & Wellness Centers — West (Montrose), North (Stow) and Green. Donations may be made at the Light Up a Life booth at Summit Mall (across from Starbucks), online at or by calling 330-344-6888. Proceeds provide comfort care for those at the end of life, and bereavement support for their loved ones.Volunteer honored Bob Wilkinson was recently tapped to receive Summit Arbor 765 of Gleaner Life Insurance Society’s Community Service Recognition Award for having invested thousands of volunteer hours in the development of Valor Home, a 30-bed home and treatment facility for homeless veterans.Bob, volunteer coordinator for the home at 1121 Exeter Road, Akron, is a Vietnam veteran.For more information about Valor Home, volunteering or donating items, please call 330-773-7000 or visit schoolchildren Major kudos to Medina County’s Farm Bureau, which recently presented a check for $5,500 to Feeding Medina County’s Weekenders program that distributes more than 400 bags to children in that county who are enrolled in the national free lunch program. “The bags go home with the children every Friday in 12 schools throughout the county,” wrote Debbie Indoe, former Medina County Farm Bureau president.The funds were harvested from the bureau’s third annual “Season’s Harvest” at Willowvale Farms in Spencer.For more information on Feeding Medina County, please call 330-421-4816 or email Cardwell can be reached at 330-996-3567 or
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Man questioned in Brunswick homicide arraigned on unrelated robbery charges
The 27-year-old Brunswick man questioned in connection to the homicide investigation of his mother appeared before a judge Friday morning on unrelated charges. James Tench is accused of robbing a Strongsville restaurant at gunpoint last month.
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