June '10

Par for the course

Brian Huntley has designed or renovated many of the golf courses in Stark County. When you ask Brian Huntley his philosophy of golf course design, you need look no further than the name of his company: Golf Sense.

Life on the lake

Congress Lake home boasts phenomenal waterfront views. With breathtaking views of Congress Lake for him and a contemporary style for her, Brian and Dianne Cain have the home of their dreams.

Ice cream stands

Tradition, nostalgia served up at several area favorites. No matter what the calendar says, we know it’s officially summer when the seasonal ice cream stands throw open the shutters.

Shelbi’s Sweets and Treats | Nonprofit spotlight

Shauna and Vince Martin have found a sweet way to raise money for a good cause. Shelbi’s Sweets and Treats, an ice cream truck business the couple began, is a nonprofit, all-volunteer effort that benefits families dealing with childhood cancer.

The greatest game ever read | On the bookshelf

Golf. Mastery of it takes the development of a sound swing technique. The enjoyment of it depends on a placid state of mind.Yet, the results of our efforts still can test our ability to laugh at ourselves. There is a saving grace. Golf almost always is played in beautiful places. These books teach you all those lessons.

Birthday parties at home

Instead of hosting your child's birthday party at a venue, think about hosting it at home with these great options. From inflatables to clowns, you can throw your child a great party at home.

Think your child is a golf phenom?

So you think you have the next golf phenom on your hands. How do you react? Let the child decide his or her next move, according to Doug Lemons, Ohio Junior Golf Academy director and head professional at both the Legends of Massillon and Rolling Green Golf Course, who recently was named one of the top 50 Kids Teachers nationally by U.S. Kids.

Happy Birthday!

Plan your child’s next birthday party with ease. What requires a sunny outlook, cutting-edge creativity, nerves of steel and perhaps access to a professional cleaning crew? Throwing a child’s birthday party in your home. Maybe that is why so many families take their parties elsewhere.