out the flute
Melanie Beck, right, a flute teacher and employee at Skyline
Music, helps Dominic Cristiano, a student at Holly Lane Elementary
School, try out the flute Saturday at Westlake High School.
The “Instrument Petting Zoo,” held in conjunction with the annual
Music A La Mode Festival, allowed students to experiment with
various instruments before devoting years of study to them.
Nearly 100 students participated in the event, according to
Barbara Kristof, president of the Westlake Music Boosters. (Photo
by Larry Bennet)
ticket repairs slated for I-480 walls
NORTH OLMSTED Mayor Thomas O’Grady announced
the city has reached an agreement with the Ohio Department of Transportation
to provide repair work on the noise barrier walls along I-480 later
million police station scheduled to open next week
VILLAGE Despite $1.5 million in additional costs and a lawsuit
against the architects, the new city police station will become
operational May 22, Police Chief David Wright said.
Place owner chosen
as top businessperson
FAIRVIEW PARK 41 years ago, Gina Seders got
a job as a waitress. Today, she's still at the same restaurant,
but as the owner.
win first outright SWC title in 20 years
12 consecutive seasons, the Westlake boys baseball teams achieved
winning seasons. That streak ended with last season's 9-17 record.
Head coach Jeff Short looked in the mirror and decided that changes
had to be made.
choir steps out for golden anniversary extravaganza
looking for a little Broadway in their backyard can take a bite
out of the Big Apple Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Rocky River Senior Center.
The voices of Steppin’Out are taking to the stage
for Solid Gold, the group’s 50th-anniversary performance.
Life Newspaper, a suburban weekly with a circulation of 13,000,
is offering unpaid internships this summer in the following areas:
Life covers the western suburbs of Cleveland, including Fairview
Park, North Olmsted, Westlake, Rocky River and Bay Village.
will be assigned news and feature articles for publication. Standing
as a college junior, senior or graduate student is required. Journalism
coursework and experience on a campus newspaper is preferred. Availability
Monday evening and/or Tuesday morning is preferred.
be considered, please mail a resume and three writing samples to:
West Life Newspaper
26933 Westwood Road
Westlake, OH 44145
Or e-mail to: email@example.com