Mark J. Samolczyk knew it was time he and his family returned to the United States and Stark County when his two daughters–Grace, then 7, and Kate, then 5–thought “O Canada” was their native national anthem.
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The Birch Tree Furniture & Boutique was born after Erin Mingus and her family moved from their Perry Township bungalow into a larger home and needed furniture.
Much like the jewelry she creates, Judith Sterling’s life as an artist continues to evolve. The 64-year-old East Canton native began as a painter, dedicating about 20 years of her life to the craft before she began to see art in a more three-dimensional form.
Renee Salter says she's proof that you can beat breast cancer if you detect it early and follow your doctor's treatment orders.
Even breast cancer can't slow down Valerie Burk. Despite undergoing six rounds of rigorous chemotherapy over three months, Burk continued to work full time, cheer and volunteer for her youngest son’s athletic teams and planned his graduation party.
Thomas E. Cecconi could be considered one of the lucky ones. He tried a job outside his college major and loved it so much that he’s still working in the same field 44 years later.
Standing on your right foot with your left foot lifted, bend your right knee and sit your hips back as you lower into a squat and touch both hands to the ground (or as close to the ground as you can). Push through the heel of your right foot and return to standing. Repeat 12 times on the right leg, then switch to your left leg for another 12 repetitions.
Standing on your right foot with your left foot lifted, bend your right knee and sit your hips back as you lower into a squat and try to touch the ground with both hands. Push through the heel of your right foot and return to standing. Repeat 10 times on the right leg, then switch to your left leg for another 10 reps.