Chiropractic/spinal health classes
Free classes on chiropractic and spinal health, presented by Brunello Chiropractic Clinic, will be held at 7 p.m. every other Monday at the clinic, 600 E. Smith Road, Medina. Dr. Carl Brunello also is available for group speaking engagements about chiropractic and diet. For class availability and other information, call 330-725-4500.
Cloverleaf Recreation …Read More
By Debra Radecky
Medina County Office for Older Adults
September is full of fun and entertainment this year. Every Friday offers a presentation or program, along with bingo, card games and entertainment and a really great home-cooked meal. Join us for a morning of fun and socialization.
Our office now is helping with the 2008-09 Home Energy Assistance …Read More
By LORRAINE BARNETT
Common Sense Kitchen
Welcome to the Common Sense Kitchen. Itâ€™s time to reach for your walking shoes, passport and appetite. Today weâ€™re exploring flavors that will add Mediterranean zing to our makeover recipe, Mediterranean pizza. So letâ€™s choose some toppings known for their delicious, fresh and satisfying flavors. After all, the people living in …Read More
By NANCY LIKENS
Wadsworth Center for Older Adults
138 High St., Wadsworth
Director: Nancy Likens
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
Web site: www.wcoa.wadsworthcity.com.
Remember how we complained about the cold in January? Well, now is the time to make the most of summer 2008. We still have a terrific lineup of trips suited …Read More
By ANGELA HUSTON
Special to The Gazette
At a Senior Summit held July 11 at Medina General Hospital, Barbara E. Riley, director of the Ohio Depart-ment of Aging, addressed key aging issues with a group of concerned representatives from local re-source service agencies. Riley verbally sketched the changing face of aging in Ohio.
Each month, 12,000 Ohioans turn …Read More
By LORRAINE BARNETT
August heat has arrived. For avid gardeners, that means working in the shade. But for me, the gardening stops and effortless bliss begins. At this time of year, I allow myself time to admire the garden spaces. In my view, a gardener nourishes self in that time, stepping back, sitting down and …Read More
Editorâ€™s note: This is the first in a series about Medina County senior centers and the services provided by the centers and the Medina County Office for Older Adults.
By JUDY A. TOTTS
Senior Living Editor
Bingo games, inexpensive meals served in a congregate setting or delivered to the door, a table in one corner strewn with puzzle …Read More
By JULIANNE KECO
Brunswick Community Recreation Center
3637 Center Road, Brunswick
Hours: 5 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Senior activities director: Julianne Keco
Rates: $99 for resident seniors age 60 and older for a new membership, $75 for a renewal. Day passes are available for $5; a six-visit punch card is $18.
General information: You do not have to be …Read More
By MARY OLSON
Medina County District Library
With gas prices near $4 a gallon, many people are contemplating â€œstaycationsâ€ in these dog days of summer. If you havenâ€™t heard this term yet, a â€œstaycationâ€ is a vacation at home. Vacationers of this type might be looking for a great adventure to take them â€œout of Dodge.â€ An …Read More
By BRIAN SCHWARTZ
More and more people every day have spyware, malware, keyloggers and other vicious software installed on their systems and they donâ€™t even know it. In a past column, I discussed some things you can do to keep yourself protected. I feel it is necessary to talk about keeping yourself safe online by talking …Read More