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May 14

Moment with the Mayor for May 12, 2018

Posted to A Moment With the Mayor by Cathy Porchowsky

Moment with the Mayor for May 12, 2018
College Street Detour
City crews have been working hard to stabilize the area on College Street over Holmesbrook Creek, after the roadway deteriorated around the culvert there a few weeks ago. A temporary traffic signal has been installed to help direct single lane traffic, alternating between the eastbound and westbound roadway. Please be careful approaching the area, as this is a change from the normal traffic flow, and expect some delays, especially during peak periods in the morning and afternoon. This will remain in place for the foreseeable future as the City works to affect a timely effective solution to designing and constructing a full culvert replacement. Hopefully, this will also alleviate some of the traffic backups that motorists have been experiencing at the intersection of Seville Road and SR 57. This project is a priority, but will take time to complete. We appreciate your patience!

Robby’s Voice Family Matters Support Group
Robby’s Voice Family Matters Support Group will begin meeting on Thursday, May 17, 2018, from 6:30 – 8:30 pm at LCADA Way, located at 215 Wadsworth Road in Wadsworth. If you have been affected by a loved one’s addiction, you are not alone. You are invited to join this newly available support group that meets every Thursday evening. The group will offer encouragement, strength and support for those who have been impacted by the disease of addiction. Please contact Kristina Sims at 330.421.1361 or Chris Kaye at 330.606.0608 for additional information or questions.

Free Summer Playground
The Wadsworth YMCA, together with the City of Wadsworth, is offering a free summer playground program for children ages 6 – 12 years who live in the City of Wadsworth. This is a drop-in program and children must be present from 9:30 a.m. – 12 noon for organized activities. The program will run from June 11 through July 19, 2018 at Central Intermediate School and offer sports, games, arts and crafts, snacks and playground time. Parents must register their children either in person during the summer program hours or at the YMCA. For more information, contact Ryan at ryanr@akronymca.org or call 330.334.9622.

Red Cross Blood Drive
The Red Cross will be holding a blood drive in the lunchroom at City Hall on Tuesday, May 22, 2018 from 1:00 – 6:00 p.m. You may schedule an appointment by calling 800-733-2767 or just stop in the lunch room to donate.

Until next week…….

Robin L. Laubaugh
Mayor



Feb 01

Monthly Ca$h Mobs by the Chamber of Commerce

Posted to Economic Development by Danielle Rich

After the success of the White Box Pizzeria Cash Mob in December, The Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce has decided to make Cash Mobs a monthly event. Each month, a different business will be featured. Cash mobs are a great way to support local business and show community spirit. If you have a business you'd like to see cash mobbed, please contact Janie Parish at exec@wadsworthchamber.com

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February's Cash Mob event will be at The Tasting Room on Wednesday February 14th from 11am-1pm. The buffet lunch is only $5 per person and includes brisket sliders, pulled pork sliders, macaroni-and-cheese, salad, and soft drinks! All cash mobs are open to the public, so bring some friends, enjoy a delicious lunch, and shop Wadsworth!