Mercy Service League held its 2016 Harvest Ball at the Canton Memorial Civic Center. Mercy Medical Staff president Aida Safar, M.D., served as honorary medical staff chair, and Julie Gill and Kathleen Prasnal served as Mercy Service League co-chairs. The event raised more than $250,000, with proceeds benefiting the Mercy Facility Transformation Project.
The Canal Tavern of Zoar is the perfect spot for a cozy getaway meal. The menu is packed with comfort food, and the dining area feels like a home—our experience was more similar to being at a large Thanksgiving dinner than being at a restaurant.
A popular and generously portioned entree at Grinders Above & Beyond is the Sky High ($6.95), which starts with a slice of garlic bread, topped with your choice of either pot roast or meatloaf, a mound of garlic mashed potatoes and smothered with savory homemade gravy.
Almost 6,650 troll dolls “live” at The Troll Hole Art Emporium on Main Street in Alliance. The combination museum and art gallery also is the home of almost 19,000 pieces of troll memorabilia and troll-related art and clothing, said Sherry Groom, who owns the establishment with her husband, Jay Groom, and leads tours dressed as Sigrid the “Queen of Trolls.”