What motivates or inspires you to better the community? I believe in Stark County and in my community. I’ve lived in Stark County all my life and am thrilled to raise my children here. My kids inspire me to get involved in the community and make a difference any way that I can. I want my community to be as influential for my children as it has been for me.
Just because your last name is Belden doesn’t mean you will one day work for The Belden Brick Co. “There are many, many Beldens,” said Robert T. Belden, a fifth-generation descendant of Henry S. Belden, who began Belden Brick with four associates in 1885.
The Central Catholic High School Father Daughter Dance is an annual event that was held in October. More than 400 guests joined the Central Catholic cheerleaders and Elsa, Anna and Olaf in the Kingdom of Arendelle for a “Frozen” celebration.
The annual auction for Central Catholic High School was held in April. The theme was Under the Sea, and guests were invited to wear beach and summertime apparel. The event raised money for the students of CCHS, many of whom were present at the event.
It can be a difficult decision for parents choosing a school to send their children to, driven by a number of factors. Sometimes, the decision is made based on finding a curriculum that incorporates religious beliefs and values.
The task: Pick five of Stark County’s best high school players — all-time. The experts: Craig Eoff and Todd Porter, both members of the Stark County High School Hall of T. Porter Fame Committee. Here’s who they selected.
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