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Students at Willoughby-Eastlake Schools build confidence in their creativity and imagination, all stemming from a simple dot

“Make your mark and see where it takes you.”—The Dot, by Peter H. Reynolds The transformative picture book The Dot tells the story of Vashti, a little girl who doesn’t think she can draw. She’s only able to make a dot on a piece of paper. To her surprise, the teacher asks her to sign it and displays it proudly the next...

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Seasoned educator and Lake County native Craig Heath embarks on his next chapter as superintendent of Mentor Public Schools

Mentor Public Schools kicked off the school year with a change in leadership. Meet new Superintendent Craig Heath. Mentor Board of Education President Mary Bryner remarks that he is the perfect fit to lead the team of dynamic educators in the school system. “It is clear Superintendent Heath has a passion for public education and has...

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At Busy Bees Pottery & Arts Studio, guests are invited to explore their love of everything from painting, glass fusing, jewelry, mosaics to pottery in a relaxed instructional atmosphere

Creating a place for both her children and friends to create art in a fun, recreational way was the wish of Busy Bees Pottery & Art Studio owner Beth Brinton. “In November of 2015 that wish came true,” says Beth. “I have a background in photography, had done some pottery painting, and wanted to expand on that and include other mediums...

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Your fall adventure bucket list isn’t complete without a visit to these Lake Metroparks hot spots in their autumnal glory

What does one autumn leaf say to another? I’m falling for you. Pardon the cheesy joke, darlings, but Mimi is falling—head over stiletto heels for the breathtaking seasonal colors that are near-peak and right outside your doorstep. In Lake County, we are particularly blessed with an eclectic variety of trees, from vibrant...

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The Burning River Buckets bring the thrills of a winning team back for another season

When it comes to the professional basketball season in Lake County, as Yogi Berra used to say…it ain’t over ’til it’s over. Last season, our Burning River Buckets defied all odds for a new expansion team, winning the American Basketball Association North Central Region Championship in an upset, and going on to finish in eighth...

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