September 2014

September 2014

Admit One: Help Your Child with College Admissions

For a student who plans to attend college, the final years of high school can be a dizzying experience. Between extracurricular activities, standardized testing and keeping up grades, there’s a lot of ­college prep to tackle, ­including applications. ...
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Cheer on Your Favorite Team

Is your team playing in the big weekend game? Watching the game can be lots of fun with these simple tips. But, first, do you want to meet true tailgate warriors? We’d like to introduce you to Fairview Park’s McNamara family. ...
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Prevent Germs from Harming Your Family

Whether at home or in a public place, there’s a chance you or your family members will encounter bad bacteria. While everyone won’t get sick, it’s best to know how to keep your family protected. ...
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CHARGE Syndrome, a Rare Disorder

Shortly after his second birthday, Jessie Beals’ son Carson was diagnosed with a rare disorder. The now-3-year-old has been through multiple surgeries and treatments, and his family is looking to help spread the word about CHARGE syndrome. ...
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Cleveland Heart Walk Invites Families to Participate

Jake Starosto was born Sept. 21, 2009, and just two days later had his first heart surgery at the Cleveland Clinic. The Starosto family, like many others, started teams to benefit the American Heart Association’s Cleveland Heart Walk. Learn how you can help. ...
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Fall Festival Fun in Northeast Ohio

Now through Early November
Simply A Maizing Fall Festival – 12-acre corn maze, tractor-pulled hayrides, pumpkin patch, children’s play area and petting zoo. Open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Admission costs

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Behind-The-Scenes: Our September Photo Shoot

“Where did the summer go?” I thought as I was planning for the September cover in late July. read more

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Resources to Help Families with Children with Cancer

This listing will provide resources to help families cope with childhood cancer. ...
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Ohio Proposes Tanning Regulations for Teens and Adults

In House Bill 131, regulations are being proposed for teens and adults in order to use Ohio’s indoor tanning facilities. The bill was passed in June by Ohio’s House of Representatives and will go to the Ohio Senate for further review. ...
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Discover City of Kent

Over the last few years, Kent has undergone a huge makeover to the downtown area with brand-new restaurants, shops and landscaping. The newly revamped area has places to enjoy a night out with a spouse, an evening out with friends, or a family day with toys and ice cream. ...
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