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Golf and special events are in full swing at Bunker Hill Golf Course

Wildly successful fundraisers and special events are par for the course at the iconic Bunker Hill Golf Course, General Manager Chad “Chadly” Gibson proudly emphasizes. For more than 30 years, Chad has specialized in organizing extraordinary functions with minimal stress on the hosts. “I’ve handled more than 2,500 events, including...

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Phase 5: A Motown tribute and revue

RSM Events and Mimi Magazine invite you to enjoy a delicious lunch or dinner at the popular Michaud’s Catering & Event Center Grand Ballroom or LaMalfa Events Planner & Banquet Hall, with entertainment provided by Phase 5—a Motown tribute and revue. Phase 5 will perform hits from Motown artists like The Temptations, The Four Tops,...

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If you act quickly, there’s a place where both adults and children can liberate their hearts, their minds and their courage in a classic battle of good vs. evil…a place called Oz

For a limited engagement, Saturday, April 30, and Sunday, May 1, Ballet Theatre of Ohio (BTO) will transport hundreds of families to Oz, that magical kingdom where we all became a little wiser with Dorothy. BTO’s production of The Wizard of Oz, choreographed by Executive Director Christine Meneer, always plays to a packed house. This...

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The Farmpark annual Quilting Show is back!

Quilting is one of those traditional artistic hobbies from yesteryear that has made a resurgence during the pandemic. Lucky for us, darlings, one of the biggest quilting shows in the state will be right here in Lake County on Frida, Quilts 2022, will be at Lake Metroparks Farmpark on Friday, April 1, through Sunday. You can view these...

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The ingenious way one Mentor school teacher is helping her students appreciate the everyday use of math

Mimi vividly recalls sitting in eighth grade algebra with a pencil stuck in her pink hat thinking to herself, “I will never need any of this!” For anyone who has ever felt likewise, Angie Laurie, an eighth-grade math teacher at Shore Middle School in Mentor, would strongly disagree. Through her novel program—Laurie’s...

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