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What is a Watershed?

by Vicki Jeromos-Blayney, Communication Committee Chair We were so honored to have Kate Chapel from the Tinker’s Creek Watershed Partners with us on October 16th to fill us in on all the details. So to answer the question, a watershed is an area of land that drains to a river and in our case to… Read more »

Kids Volunteer at the Pollinator Garden!

By Vicki Jeromos-Blayney, Communications Committee Chair This summer some amazing Reminderville residents volunteered to help weed the Village pollinator garden on Glenwood Blvd.  The group consisted of moms, dads, neighbors, kids, and Girl Scouts!  Under the blazing sun and surrounded by some local critters, the group went to work making this garden a great stop… Read more »

Apple-Palooza!

On September 20th our Seniors were delighted with an Apple-palooza lunch at the RAC Hosted by Maplewood Senior Living and Heartland of Twinsburg The menu for this luncheon was apple-infused dishes that were full of Fall flavors! By Vicki Jeromos-Blayney, Communications Committee Chair They started it off right with Caramel Apple Dip and apple slices!… Read more »

When Nature Calls…

September Events at Liberty Park Contributed by Nick Gichenko, Reminderville Communication Committee Sunday, September 09, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM EVENING STROLL Stroll along Coyote Run Trail with a naturalist. Meet at the shelter. Good for spree credit. LP/Nature Center   Tuesday, September 11, 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM KINDEREALM: LIFE UNDER LOGS Children ages 3 to… Read more »

Our co-worker and friend, Terry Bowlin Jr.

It is with profound sadness that we share the news of the passing of Terry Bowlin Jr. Terry, as many of you know, ran the Building Department at Village Hall and was our Community Representative for OHM Engineering. Terry has been a part of Village Hall since 2012 and was a devoted employee, an undemanding,… Read more »

When Nature Calls…

August Events at Liberty Park  Contributed by Nick Gichenko, Reminderville Communications Committee Thursday, August 02, 8:30 PM – 10:00 PM BATS: CREATURES OF THE NIGHT Mysterious and often misunderstood, bats are some of the most fascinating creatures of the night. Join staff to learn about these flying mammals. Nets will be set up to try… Read more »

Donation to the RFD: Lucas Device

It is as small as a backpack but just the right size to help save a life.      By Vicki Jeromos-Blayney, Communications Committee Chair Watch as Fire Chief Tom Plunkett, Firefighters Mark Pazdernik, Bill Sagaser, and Mason Fabian discuss and demonstrate the Lucas Device. This device was donated to the Reminderville Fire Department by… Read more »

Carp Roundup

Here’s what’s happening around town:  Carp Roundup in Aurora Shores! by Mark Salapski, Communication Committee Aurora Shores conducted a Carp Roundup this year.  While no aquatic saddles were used, the population of these unwanted, invasive, and damaging fish was reduced.  Carp are described by some as aggressive monsters that eat everything and generally push out more… Read more »

Recycle and get paid?!!

What, What, What?! The tale of recycling my old freezer by Vicki Jeromos-Blayney, Communication Committee Char So, we had this 20-something-year-old freezer.  It’s followed us from three homes, been spruced up with paint, and has housed many popsicles over the years.  But we really weren’t using it as much as before and due to its… Read more »

UPDATE OF NAUTILUS TRAIL

UPDATE ON NAUTILUS TRAIL PROJECT: Tri Mor Corporation has been contracted to complete the road improvements on Nautilus and Regatta. In order to help expedite the road project and maintain the least amount of inconvenience to motorists, starting Monday July 23, 2018, Tri Mor will begin building a temporary aggregate third lane down Nautilus. Please… Read more »