Pizza Wars goes to what judges describe as a “fork and knifer.” With fresh, crisp veggies and a lot of girth, this colorful favorite won’t disappoint, especially when you’re trying to feed the whole family.
Phoenix Rising Behavioral Healthcare & Recovery hosted its second annual Masquerade Ball at the Historic Onesto Hotel. The evening was filled with fun and elegance. The Voodoo BBQ served a delicious meal, and DJ Larry Thompson entertained the crowd.
The fifth annual One Bite Taste Event took place in October at the GentleBrook Event Center in Hartville with 300 guests in attendance. Local restaurants, caterers and bakeries were featured, and bloggers Collyn Floyd and Lisa Dalpiaz of Two Amused Bouches and Alecia Bencze of Ohio Wanderlust were in attendance to enjoy the tastes of the township and surrounding area.
The Women’s Board of Aultman Hospital hosted its seventh annual fashion show, Angels on the Runway, Fashion for a Cause in November at the Cultural Center, led by co-chairs Judy Minton and Darlene Schuring. More than 280 guests were in attendance.
The Mercy Service League held its 2017 Harvest Ball in October at the Canton Memorial Civic Center. Mercy staff president, Ronald Crock, M.D., and Stark County sheriff, George Maier, served as honorary chairs, and Barbara Frustaci and Kathleen Prasnal served as Mercy Service League event co-chairs.
Downtown Canton bakery JAA Dessert Studio & Café has all the sweets you could want. It’s a family-owned baking company offering custom desserts, cakes and pastries like the ones shown here. Stop in for a treat, or try a fresh deli sandwich.
Style Canal Fulton owners Lori Julien and Karen Cool call themselves purveyors of fun vintage home décor and fashion. The boutique offers vintage items, new clothing, home décor, a line of chalk paint and artisan-made jewelry.
Dr. Merle Griff is the founder and CEO of SarahCare Senior Solutions and has led it to its current position as the only company that is currently franchising adult daytime senior care and activity centers.
I met Sandy, my significant other, in kindergarten. We attended a parochial school together. Then we were classmates at a public high school—we even went to the freshman dance together. But, it was a friendship more than an infatuation, and as happens with many high school friendships, it was laid aside at the end of our school days. Sandy attended one college, and I went to another.