November 2015

November 2015

Special Pension Benefits For Veterans

Each year on Veterans Day, we should all take a moment to reflect on our U.S. veterans. We need to thank each one for their service knowing they protect our

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Safety In Numbers. Local Veterans Band Together to Help Each Other

Ray “Doc” Tutolo was 20 when he was assigned to the first Marine division Delta 1/7 (First Battalion 7th Marines) in 1967 and went on to serve as a combat

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Getting back to being Yourself

Eliza Jennings understands that recovering from a surgery, major illness, or injury can be a difficult time for both patients and their families. The rehabilitation process varies from person to

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Don’t Let the Fall Season Trip Up Your Loved Ones

As fall foliage in Ohio comes into full color, STEADY U Ohio, the state’s comprehensive older adult falls prevention initiative, reminds all Ohioans that, while leaves are supposed to fall,

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Phase One Complete for ‘All Kids Playground’ in Parma

The all abilities playground, which is open to the public, provides ramps, a “cruiser,” which is a wheelchair accessible motion glider, and adapted swings. A committee of volunteers collaborated with the city of Parma to build the playground at James Day Park. ...
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Students Shine the Spotlight on Their Creative Side

Creative students find creative ways to use their talent—and age, skill level and challenges don’t hold them back. Here are a few students that show readers the importance of art

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WinterFest in Downtown Cleveland

Winterfest is a free family event for Clevelanders of all ages to experience the holiday magic of the season. Downtown will be bustling with activities for families throughout the day, including free horse-drawn carriage rides, a variety of live entertainment, time-honored traditions, tasty treats and more. ...
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Forever Home: Families and Children Share Their Stories of Adoption

Many children are in need of a loving forever home — according to AdoptUSKids, there are more than 100,000 children in foster care, ranging in age from infants to 21-year-olds, waiting to be adopted in the United States. Of course, the issue also affects many children in Northeast Ohio, too. While it can be discouraging to think of these children in need, there is hope, as demonstrated by several local children and adoptive parents. In their own words, they tell us what adoption means and how it has changed their lives. ...
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