LEADERS IN ACTION TO
HOST EUCHRE TOURNAMENT
Tallmadge High School's Leaders in Action will host a euchre tournament in the THS rotunda April 13. All community members are welcome to attend for a night of Five Guy's and fun. The winners will also receive special prizes.
Registration begins at 5:30 p.m., and the tournament will begin by 6.
Tallmadge High School's Student Council for Exceptional Students will host a pancake breakfast fundraiser April 22 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at 140 N. Munroe Road.
Tickets are priced at adult, 7; children ages 3 through 12, $5; and children 2 and younger are admitted free of charge.
Pancakes, sausage, juice and coffee will be served with baked goods available for a monetary donation.
Proceeds from the fundraiser will benefit the Summit County Developmental Disabilities Board.
Although walk-ins are welcome, organizers encourage the purchase of pre-sale tickets.
For additional information or to purchase tickets, contact Lauren Krysa at email@example.com.
THS PTSA MOTHER'S
DAY FLOWER SALE
Help support the Tallmadge High School PTSA by purchasing flowers for mom for Mother's Day.
Hanging baskets, 4 1/2-inch plant pots, 4-inch geraniums and a variety of flats are available for purchase.
An order form is available on the THS website under the PTSA tab.
Pick-up will be May 13 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the high school.
Pre-order by April 24.
Extra flowers will be available for purchase on sale day.
Contact Monica at 330-212-7909 with questions.
CLASS SEEKING BICYCLES
Bikes Wanted! The bicycle chop-shop is back. The Advanced Metals class at Tallmadge High School is designing and engineering human-powered machines for their final project. Students will be welding, machining and fabricating their machines from recycled bicycles. Bikes and bike parts of all shapes and sizes are needed. Bicycles/parts can be dropped off at door nine at the back of the high school. Direct questions to Keith Bee at 330-633-5505, ext. 1432 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
BUILDERS CLUB OFFERS
FREE IN-HOME SAFETY CHECKS
The Tallmadge Middle School Builders Club, sponsored by the Tallmadge Kiwanis Club, islooking to help senior citizens through their "Senior Citizens Safety Program." The program's goal is to provide help and support to older Tallmadge residents who may be empty-nesters, or those who are living alone, to be safe in their homes. Seniors who choose to participate can make an appointment to schedule a free, in-home safety inspection.
The safety team will be checking for easy-to-read house numbers, a clear path to the main entrance door, a working door bell and front porch light, an emergency lock-box, a list of easy-to-find emergency phone numbers and working phone, a working smoke/gas detector, and a first-aid kit.
For more information, contact Mark Fairhurst at 330-612-2142 or at email@example.com.