Moment with the Mayor for September 22, 2018
Cleveland Clinic Critical Care Transport
Wadsworth Municipal Airport will soon be an operations flight base for a Cleveland Clinic critical care helicopter. Having the Cleveland Clinic Air Transport helicopter service based at Wadsworth municipal airport is certainly a great addition to the emergency response resources available to the greater Wadsworth area and the region. The 24/7 access, 365 days a year service provides the highest level of pre-hospital care and service with seamless transitions to hospital facilities, all aimed at providing for improved patient outcomes.
The Wadsworth Chamber is partnering with United Way of Medina County and Ohio Means Jobs Medina County to host a Job Fair on Friday, November 9th, from 4:00-6:00 p.m., at Wadsworth Middle School. If your business would like to participate, contact United Way of Medina County. There is no charge for a table; however, pre-registration is required. Prior to the Job Fair, on October 22 at 9:30 a.m., there is a Preparation Day at the Wadsworth Public Library to help job seekers prepare for the upcoming Job Fair, including resume assistance. Space is limited to 15 attendees. To participate as a business at the Job Fair or to register for the Preparation Day, contact Debbie Boehmke at firstname.lastname@example.org
Soprema Café Technology Fair
Soprema Café’s September Customer Appreciation Day/Technology Fair will be held Friday, September 28th, from 11am – 1:30pm. The fair will ease folks into the world of modern technology with fun and interactive displays, and the opportunity to check out the latest tech gadgets while learning from the experts. Lunch will include hot ham & cheese sandwiches, potato chips and banana cake.
Wadsworth High School Alumni Association
The Wadsworth High School Alumni Association (WHSAA) is partnering with ORMACO to present Mo’Mojo on September 29 at 8pm in the James R. McIlvaine Performing Arts Center, 625 Broad Street, Wadsworth, Ohio. A portion of all ticket sales will be donated to WHSAA and will be used to award scholarships to WHS graduating seniors. Mo’ Mojo is a family-friendly hard driving, high energy “Pardi-Gras” band, who performs in English and French. Mo’ Mojo takes Zydeco music and infuses it with Blues, Americana, Cajun, reggae, rock & roll, funk, R&B, and African and Latin rhythms. Dancers are invited to come early for a Zydeco dance lesson on stage with the band beginning at 6:45 pm and ending at 7:30 pm. Zydeco Bistro food truck will be at the back entrance of Wadsworth High School before the concert starts, and there will be a 50/50 raffle and concessions available during intermission. Tickets are $20 in advance and are available online at www.ormaco.org (credit card processing fee applies), by calling 330-722-2541 or at all Medina County Buehler’s stores. Tickets will be $25 at the door (cash or checks only).
Until next week….
Mayor Robin Laubaugh