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OFCS Update – September 29, 2017

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OFCS RELEASES LATEST QUALITY PROFILE TO COMMUNITY

QPCoverFall17Olmsted Falls City Schools is proud to share our district’s latest Quality Profile with our community.  We continue to be committed to the ongoing sharing of important academic, financial and operational information about our school system, and hope you will take a few minutes to review this latest report.  

Our goal in creating this Quality Profile is to provide all of our community stakeholders with a clear picture of what is happening in our schools and how we are defining our district’s success and the successes of our students.  It is another opportunity and avenue to share with you about the high-quality educational programming we provide each day throughout Olmsted Falls City Schools.  

student successWe want to thank our Bulldog staff for all that they do to inspire and empower our students each day. We also want to extend our sincere appreciation to all of our Bulldog families and community partners for the important role you play in our district’s success!   

This latest Quality Profile shares simple information about our district’s four key areas of focus and how we continue to keep our schools strong while providing an excellent value to our community. Like last year, this Quality Profile will be mailed to every resident and business in our school community.  However, you can view this report online now by clicking HERE.

As always if you have any questions or need additional information about Olmsted Falls City Schools, please reach out by calling the Board office at 440-427-6000 or by emailing Superintendent Dr. Jim Lloyd directly at jlloyd@ofcs.net.



FIVE OFHS STUDENTS NAMED NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARS

OFHSNationalMeritScholar2018Olmsted Falls High School is the proud home of five students recognized by the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. The five students are Abigail Gaba, who has been named a National Merit Scholar Semi-Finalist, and Emily Andrews, Cory Ramsey, Lindsay Rowe and Natalie Sommer, who have each been named National Merit Commended Students. We are very proud to congratulate all of these outstanding students! Well done Bulldogs!

student successMore than 1.6 million students across the country took the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) and entered this year’s National Merit Scholarship Program. The National Merit Scholarship Corporation identified the 50,000 highest scorers. Of this group of highest scorers, 34,000 Commended Students throughout the nation are being recognized for their exceptional academic promise. The 16,000 top scorers are named Semi-Finalists and have the chance to continue in the competition and advance to Finalist standing by meeting several additional requirements.

We wish OFHS Semi-Finalist Abigail Gaba good luck as she advances on to the next level of National Merit Scholarship Program competition!


BOARD OF EDUCATION PASSES RESOLUTION REGARDING COMMITMENT TO ENGAGED AND FOCUSED LEARNING ORGANIZATION

student successThank you to our Board of Education members for their leadership, advocacy and support of the district’s efforts to provide meaningful experiences that both engage and empower all of our students.

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Olmsted Falls City Schools is proud to share the resolution passed by the Olmsted Falls Board of Education at this month’s regular board meeting asserting their ongoing commitment to creating an engaged and focused learning organization. 

To view the Board Resolution passed at the September 19, 2017 meeting, please click HERE.



 

“TERRIFIC KIDS” PROGRAM LAUNCHES AT FALLS-LENOX

CP_leftThe new Terrific Kids program at Falls-Lenox held its official kick-off meeting last week! Terrific Kids is an organization supported by local Kiwanis members which encourages character education and leadership.

Thank you to our local Kiwanis club members who attended and joined Falls-Lenox teachers Miss LaGruth, Mr. Acerra and Mrs. Patay in leading the team! Thanks also to the Olmsted Community Center for their support of this fantastic new program for our younger students! It’s always great to see collaboration and community partnership in action in Bulldog country!


INSPIRATIONAL MURAL AT OFIS TOUCHES HEARTS

wingsCheck out this amazing mural created at OFIS! All 4th and 5th grade students made a paper feather the first week of art class decorated with colors and designs that inspire them. Their feathers were then added to this collaborative mural #whatliftsyou – inspired by the work of street artist Kelsey Montague.   

The post featuring this photo on the district’s Facebook page generated more than 750 reactions, comments and shares on Facebook, reaching more than 8,100 people!  Kudos to the students and staff at OFIS, and special thanks to Anna, Colbie and Riley for constructing the beautiful mural!  


SAVE THE DATE:  CANDIDATE FORUM – NEXT THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5TH  SPONSORED BY OLMSTED FALLS PTA COUNCIL & KIWANIS

All residents of Olmsted Falls, Olmsted Township and the Olmsted Falls City School District are invited to join Olmsted Falls PTA Council and Kiwanis Club as they sponsor a Candidate Forum on Thursday, October 5th from 7-9 p.m.

This event will take place at the Olmsted Falls Middle School cafetorium.  Hear from the candidates for Olmsted Falls Mayor, Olmsted Falls Council, Olmsted Township Trustee and the Olmsted Falls City School District Board of Education.

REMINDER: The deadline to register to vote in the upcoming November 7, 2017 election is Tuesday, October 10th.   Residents can visit MYOHIOVOTE.COM to check your voter registration, change your address or register to vote.



COMMUNITY INVITED: PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDAR TO ATTEND ANNUAL STATE OF THE SCHOOLS EVENT OCTOBER 23RD

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Olmsted Falls City Schools

State of the Schools Address

October 23, 2017

6:30 p.m.

Olmsted Falls Middle School Media Center

On Monday, October 23rd, all Olmsted Falls City School District residents are invited to attend the annual State of the Schools event to hear about what’s going on in the district directly from top leadership. The event will take place in the Olmsted Falls Middle School Media Center at 6:30 p.m.

Olmsted Falls City Schools Superintendent Dr. Jim Lloyd and other district leaders will share the latest information about what’s happening in our schools. Please be sure to mark your calendar and join community members from across the district for this unique community engagement opportunity.  We hope to see you there!


OF ALUMNI ASSOCIATION HALL OF FAME DINNER COMING NEXT MONTH

The Olmsted Falls Alumni Association will induct six outstanding athletes and one coach into the OFHS Athletic Hall of Fame October 26th.

This year’s inductees are: Bob Katitus, ’88; Pal Hodermarksy, ’99; Steve Gansey, ’04; Dan Binggeli, ’04; Meghan Mental Spriggs, ’07; Tyler Sparks, ’07 and Coach Richard “Spark” Szalay.

The Induction Ceremony and Dinner will occur at 6 p.m. October 26th at the German-American Cultural Center, 7370 Columbia Road, Olmsted Township. Tickets are $35. All are welcome to attend. The inductees also will be introduced at the October 27th home football game.

Reservation forms for the Induction Ceremony are available by clicking HERE or contacting Cathy Hess at the Alumni office, 440-427-6030 or ofhsalumni@yahoo.com.


HIGH SCHOOL RENOVATIONS UNDERWAY, ALIGN WITH TRIPLE A EXPERIENCE

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Thanks to our community’s support of the zero additional taxes bond issue last November, preparations are officially underway to begin expansion and renovation at Olmsted Falls High School.

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Community residents have begun to see evidence of this including initial work on the temporary haul road (pictured at right) being put into place along the far west edge of the band practice field adjacent to the Board of Education office along Bagley Road. This haul road will be used to safely transport construction materials around the high school campus.

Additionally, the installation of temporary fencing on the high school property has begun, some of which is visible from Bagley Road. The primary construction staging zone during the expansion and renovation project will be located behind the high school. New traffic patterns were established on campus for students, staff and visitors with the start of the 2017-18 school year in August.

Olmsted Falls City School District’s focus on providing students with a well-rounded Triple A experience that includes high-quality Academics, Arts and Athletics opportunities has served to guide the planning and design for the construction and renovation project getting underway at Olmsted Falls High School (OFHS).

Upgrades at OFHS will positively impact all three key components of the district’s Triple A philosophy with the addition of new academic classrooms, enhancements to art rooms, and upgrades to outdated athletic spaces as well. Providing a well-rounded Triple A experience is all part of keeping our schools strong with a great value to residents.

ACADEMICS: Upon completion of the project, OFHS students will have access to nine new modern science classrooms featuring appropriate lab exploration space. Students taking business, marketing/digital media and/or engineering courses will also have four new rooms – one of which will be a dedicated “Fab Lab” (or Fabrication Laboratory) where students will have the space to explore and learn with hands-on engineering projects. This is all part of our efforts to prepare students for the college and workforce demands of tomorrow.

ARTS: Both visual and performing arts courses will be positively impacted by the expansion and renovation. Four new art rooms providing students adequate space and equipment to explore a wide variety of visual arts are part of the scope of work. Students participating in the performing arts will also benefit from the expansion of the existing band and choir spaces, which will be properly sized to accommodate both students and musical instruments.

ATHLETICS: One of the first interior renovations that students, staff and community members will notice is the installation of new bleachers in the main high school gymnasium, which was completed this summer. The new bleachers replaced nearly 50-year old bleachers which did not accommodate handicap accessibility and had malfunctioning mechanical roller parts for which replacement parts no longer exist. Additionally, the open design under the sitting portion of the bleachers posed safety issues for young children as well as issues for items falling through.  The new bleachers will address all of those concerns and issues, and will better serve the population.  Student athletes will also benefit from upgrades to existing locker room spaces, which are original to the building as well as dedicated team rooms which will utilize existing space within the school.

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Installation of the gymnasium bleachers took place over the course of two weeks this summer.

GENERAL:  Other general building updates will include renovations to the school’s main entrance, cafeteria, and media center spaces. The district is working closely with Turner Construction on the high school project to ensure all resources are aligned to maximize efficiency throughout all phases of the construction process. For example, foundation and concrete work will be completed for all areas of expansion at once to avoid having a vendor come out multiple times for different segments of expansion. Maximizing such economies of scale will help bring the project in on time and within budget.

This update information will be included in the latest issue of Our School Report, hitting homes in early October.  Architectural renderings of new construction and renovations will be on display at the State of the Schools event on October 23rd at 6:30 p.m. at Olmsted Falls Middle School. For additional information or questions on the High School bond project, visit www.ofcs.net or call 427-6000. 


ENJOY GOOD TIMES @ OFHS POST PROM CLAMBAKE

Join with OFHS Post Prom for some good food and great fun at its Clambake October 15th at the West Side Irish American Club on Jennings Road in Olmsted Township.

The cost is $35 for an adult full meal, which includes clams, chicken, corn, yams, refreshment and dessert. Kids meals are $7 and include a hot dog, chips, drink and dessert. Extra clams are available for $9. The event runs from noon to 4 p.m. with serving times from 1:30-3 p.m. Post Prom will have the Browns game televised, too.  Please see a Post Prom Representative for tickets or contact Anita Greller at OSUGRELLER@cox.net.

The last day to purchase tickets is October 5th.


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@ofhsbulldogs (Olmsted Falls High School)

@ofmsbulldogs (Olmsted Falls Middle School)

@ofisbulldogs (Olmsted Falls Intermediate School)

@FLBulldogs (Falls-Lenox Primary School)

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FINAL DAYS – SEPTEMBER IS NATIONAL LIBRARY CARD MONTH 

The Cuyahoga County Public Library is celebrating National Library Card Month. Students in grades K-12 may apply for a free library card or have their fines forgiven on an existing card! If parents complete a survey, they can get $5 off their fines.  Visit the library’s website by clicking  HERE for more information.


 
 USED SPORTS EQUIPMENT DRIVE NOW OCCURRING – LAST DAY TODAY

The Olmsted Falls Lacrosse Association is holding another used sports equipment drive. Research shows that kids who have access to sports do better in school and have an overall higher level of well-being. Yet many children face barriers in participating in these sports, including the inability to purchase gear and equipment. DoSomething.org. and ESPN have put out a call for help and OFLAX is one of many organizations across the country that has answered.

Through Friday, September 29th,  it will collect gently-used gear and equipment to donate to these under-served youth.

When: Donations are due TODAY – Friday, September 29th

What: Any gently-used sports item, equipment (please, no jerseys or shoes)

Where: Drop off locations are:

  • Falls PC Clinic, 25564 Bagley Road (across from St. Mary of the Falls)
  • Broadview Eye Center, Berea, 1318 W. Bagley Road (in the Suds plaza)

Pick up arrangements may be made by contacting Jodi Reid DeMarco.

The group’s last equipment drive collected more than 150 items that were delivered and then distributed to needy kids.  The group hopes to beat that record.  Please share among other groups and with friends.


VENDORS WANTED FOR NOVEMBER 11TH CRAFT SHOW

The Holiday Home and Craft Shoppe invites vendors to participate in its November 11th event at Olmsted Community Center, 8170 Mapleway Drive, Olmsted Falls. The event runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  The cost is $35 for an 8-foot space, which does not include table/chairs; $15 to add 8-foot table and two chairs and $5 for limited electrical outlet.

For an exhibitor application form, click HERE.

For a flyer of the event, click HERE.


 

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OFCS Update – September 15, 2017

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BULLDOG BUDDIES PROGRAM RECOGNIZED

Bulldog Buddies Excellence in Volunteer ServiceBulldog Buddies from The Renaissance Retirement Community received the LeadingAge Excellence in Volunteer Service Award on September 14, 2017 for their service in the Bulldog Buddy program at Falls-Lenox. The Bulldog Buddies serve as mentors to elementary age students.

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The program was developed and is coordinated by Angie Butto, school counselor at Falls-Lenox. There are currently seventeen Bulldog Buddies at Falls-Lenox. Eight Bulldog Buddies and Angie Butto were presented with the award by LeadingAge in Columbus.

With the start of this new school year, the Bulldog Buddy Program at Falls-Lenox began its fifth year collaborating with Renaissance on this award-winning partnership! Thank you to all involved for your positive impact on the lives of students.


 

OLMSTED FALLS BOARD OF EDUCATION MONTHLY MEETINGS

 

Did You Know The Olmsted Falls Board of Education Meets Monthly?

The Olmsted Falls Board of Education holds regular monthly meetings that typically occur on the third Thursday of each month. On occasion, the scheduled monthly meeting may take place on an alternate date. The most up-to-date schedule of monthly Board of Education meetings is always available on the district website at www.ofcs.net.

 

The monthly meeting for September is scheduled for this Tuesday, September 19th and will take place at 7:00 p.m. in the Media Center at Olmsted Falls Middle School. 

Final Concentric+5 Logo Big Dif fontHighlighted topics at the September meeting will include:  High School construction update; review of ODE Data; review of maintenance projects completed over the summer and update on new cash analytic financial software.

Olmsted Falls Board of Education meetings are public meetings. Parents, students, staff and community residents are always welcome to attend.


 

OFHS Team Captains Thank Phil Moody, Shakers IGA

community partnershipBULLDOGS EXPRESS THANKS

Team captains representing OFHS fall athletic teams spent time earlier this week out and about in the community to express personal thanks to local companies that have donated to and support our Bulldogs!

 

Our captains caught up with longtime Bulldog supporter Phil Moody, owner of Shaker’s MarketPlace, inside the store to deliver their personal message of thanks!


HELPING HANDS NEWS & UPCOMING EVENT INFORMATION

OFCSHH_LogoHelping Hands has a schedule of social events again this year.  Over the years, the number of peer models participating in these events has significantly increased. While the Helping Hands group is positively overwhelmed and humbled, it wants to ensure that the special events are sensory-friendly experiences for the children with disabilities.  As such, the Helping Hands will reserve spots per building for peer models to attend. This will ensure peer model participation while also being sensitive to the needs of special needs students.

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These special events include Football Tailgate, September 22nd; Holiday Party, December 1st; Basketball Social, January 19th; Movie and Game Night, April 20th and Special Olympics, May 11th.

The Tailgate activity encourages all to wear Bulldog gear and cheer the team on to victory.  It begins at 6 p.m. with food and fun. The cost is $3 for pizza, popcorn/chips and drink.  Please RSVP by this Tuesday, September 19th. To complete the form, click HERE.

Thank you for your understanding and continual support of our organization. If you have any questions, please email helpinghands@ofcs.net.


STUDENTS EARN ICE TRUCK VISIT FOR POSITIVE ACTIONS

Bus of the Month1The Bus of the Month Program is part of the district-wide PBIS (Positive Behavioral Intervention & Supports) System that identifies and recognizes students for making positive decisions to Be Safe, Be Respectful and Be Responsible. Buses can earn points daily based upon student behavior.

student successFor the month of August, the ECC, Falls-Lenox, OFIS and OFMS collaborated to bring an ice cream truck from “Chris’ Ice Cream Treats” as a special treat for students whose buses earned the first Bus of the Month awards of the year.

More than 140 students were rewarded with an item of their choice from the truck, which visited each school building at the end of the school day.


CHECK OUT THE OFHS MARCHING BAND FIELD PERFORMANCES

student successbulldog over musical noteFootball season is here and so is the Pride of Olmsted Falls – the Bulldog Marching Band.  For quick links to recent performances, click on one of the links below and enjoy:

OFMAs’ first Musical Notes newsletter of the year – its September issue – is now available. It includes the 2017-18 officers, highlights on band-related personnel, action band photos and upcoming events on and off the field.  To read the latest OFMS news online now, please click HERE.

OFMA also has a website and Facebook page where performance footage and other information are available, including monthly newsletters.  To view the website click HERE and Facebook page, click HERE.


BULLDOG STAFF HONORED FOR THEIR YEARS OF SERVICE

OFCSD recognized staff members for their years of service to the district and community at the annual opening day staff meeting to start the 2017-2018 school year.  Employees with 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 “Bulldog years” received acknowledgement before their peers for their contributions to the District’s success over the years. Honorees are listed alphabetically.

 

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30 Year Bulldog: John Holzworth

 

 

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25 Year Bulldogs (listed alphabetically): Lisa Cumming, Karen Gommel, Jill Saracina, Gale Novak, Pamela O’Conke & Sharon Stanczak.

 

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20 Year Bulldogs (listed alphabetically): Angela Andrews, Sandra Cibulskas, Dianne Elbert, Heather Hamilton, Cheryl Hennessey, Jeff Kho, Beth Looby, Pam Manas, Ken Novak, Stephanie Rivera, Lauri Roberto, JoAnna Ventimigilia & Richard Vormelker.

 

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15 Year Bulldogs (listed alphabetically): Kevin Ciolek, Sherry Foulkes, Steve Katherein, Thimi Kemock, Mariel Krakowiak, Donna Langenderfer, Joe Magrey, Kathy Meadows, Patricia Michaels, Laura Mileti & Kathleen Suvak.

 

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10 Year Bulldogs (listed alphabetically): Sandra Allen, Holly Andrus, Carol Binggeli, Michele Blair, Karen Cillo, Karen Dingfelder, Audrey Eckert, Lisa Hawk, Harold Haun, Jesse Judson, Kelly Judson, Tiffany Juergens, Kathryn LaMarca, Susan Laycock, Jennifer Lebanik, Angela McNelley, Anne Miskimins, Pamela Mueller, Lisa Palmison, Rachael Papa, Brigid Radigan, Chelsey Repicky & Michelle Weitzel.

Thank you to all of these dedicated Bulldog staff members for your ongoing commitment to the students and families of Olmsted Falls City Schools! 


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SAVE THE DATE: CANDIDATE FORUM OCTOBER 5TH SPONSORED BY OLMSTED FALLS PTA COUNCIL & KIWANIS

All residents of Olmsted Falls, Olmsted Township and the Olmsted Falls City School District are invited to join Olmsted Falls PTA Council and Kiwanis Club as they sponsor a Candidate Forum on Thursday, October 5th from 7-9 p.m.

This event will take place at Olmsted Falls Middle School.  Meet the candidates for Olmsted Falls Mayor, Olmsted Falls Council, Olmsted Township Trustee and the Olmsted Falls City School District Board of Education.


 

PTA MEMBERSHIP DRIVES CONTINUE ACROSS DISTRICT

PTADon’t miss the PTA membership currently underway way in all of our school buildings!

Several of our PTA units are offering the opportunity to complete your membership on-line this year!  To complete your PTA membership online now, please click on the appropriate building(s) below:

Falls-Lenox/ECC PTA

OFIS PTA

OFMS PTA

To view additional information for all PTA Units, please click on the following links for 2017-2018 PTA Membership Brochures for each building:

Falls-Lenox/ECC PTA

OFIS PTA

OFMS PTA

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OECPTA (Olmsted Early Childhood PTA for our community’s youngest bulldogs who are not yet in school)


JOIN FORCES WITH THE OFHS PTA

Olmsted Falls High School PTA membership drive is now occurring.  This year’s theme is Star Wars – may the force be with  you and  your high school child this year.

Many parents have been members of PTAs throughout the years. As your children near the end of their Olmsted Falls schools career, these final years remain important to them – and you.  PTA provides many student opportunities , such as college scholarships, annual Talent Show, Battle of the Schools games and so many others.

Membership is only $7.  OFHS PTA’s first meeting is at 7 p.m. Sept. 25 in the Media Center.

To download your invitation and membership  form, click HERE. To view a meeting schedule, click HERE.


ENJOY GOOD TIMES @ OFHS POST PROM CLAMBAKE

Join with OFHS Post Prom for some good food and great fun at its Clambake October 15th at the West Side Irish American Club on Jennings Road in Olmsted Township.

The cost is $35 for an adult full meal, which includes clams, chicken, corn, yams, refreshment and dessert. Kids meals are $7 and include a hot dog, chips, drink and dessert. Extra clams are available for $9. The event runs from noon to 4 p.m. with serving times from 1:30-3 p.m. Post Prom will have the Browns game televised, too.  Please see a Post Prom Representative for tickets or contact Anita Greller at OSUGRELLER@cox.net.

The last day to purchase tickets is October 5th.


FOLLOW US ON TWITTER:

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@OFCSDistrict (Olmsted Falls City School District)

@OFCSSuper (OFCS Superintendent Dr. Jim Lloyd)

@ofhsbulldogs (Olmsted Falls High School)

@ofmsbulldogs (Olmsted Falls Middle School)

@ofisbulldogs (Olmsted Falls Intermediate School)

@FLBulldogs (Falls-Lenox Primary School)

@ECCBulldogs (Olmsted Falls Early Childhood Center)


 



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OF BRANCH LIBRARY OFFERS AFTER-SCHOOL HOMEWORK HELP

The Cuyahoga County Public Library offers free after-school homework help to students in grades K-8. Students may receive assistance in language arts, math, reading, science, social studies and other subjects from the Library’s trained staff at no cost.  Stop in to meet the homework mentor and see if this professional free assistance is the answer for your family.

The Homework Mentor Open House is from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Wednesday, September 20th at the OF Library on Mapleway Drive.


SEPTEMBER IS NATIONAL LIBRARY CARD MONTH 

The Cuyahoga County Public Library is celebrating National Library Card Month. Students in grades K-12 may apply for a free library card or have their fines forgiven on an existing card! If parents complete a survey, they can get $5 off their fines.  Visit the library’s website by clicking HERE for more information. http://cuyahogalibrary.org/Eve nts/Card4everyKid.aspx


USED SPORTS EQUIPMENT DRIVE NOW OCCURRING

The Olmsted Falls Lacrosse Association is holding another used sports equipment drive. Research shows that kids who have access to sports do better in school and have an overall higher level of well-being. Yet many children face barriers in participating in these sports, including the inability to purchase gear and equipment. DoSomething.org. and ESPN have put out a call for help and OFLAX is one of many organizations across the country that has answered.

From today until Friday, September 29th,  it will collect gently-used gear and equipment to donate to these under-served youth.

When: Donations are due Friday, September 29th

What: Any gently-used sports item, equipment (please, no jerseys or shoes)

Where: Drop off locations are:

  •  Falls PC Clinic, 25564 Bagley Road (across from St. Mary of the Falls)
  • Broadview Eye Center, Berea, 1318 W. Bagley Road (in the Suds plaza)

Pick up arrangements may be made by contacting Jodi Reid DeMarco.

The group’s last equipment drive collected more than 150 items that were delivered and then distributed to needy kids.  The group hopes to beat that record.  Please share among other groups and with friends.


 

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