25420 South Woodland Road
Beachwood Ohio 44122
Date & Time
️Thursday – October 21, 10am – 7pm
️Friday – October 22, 10am – 3pm
️Sunday – October 24, 10am – 7pm
- ️Lots of Vintage items
- ️Vintage kitchen items
- ️Jello molds
- ️Collectible Coffee table books
- ️Kitchen Small Appliances
- ️Kitchen Gadgets Galore
- ️Coca Cola Memorabilia
- ️Beautiful China Dish Sets
- ️Beautiful Cut Glass Serving
- Trays and Bowls
- ️Silverplate Serve-ware
- ️Grand Monkey collection
- ️Furniture -Dinning Room Sets – ️Chairs – Sofas – End tables
- ️Kitchen Items
- ️Light Fixtures
- ️Wooden ware
- ️AND MUCH MORE!
ALL SALES FINAL
Susan’s Suggestions for the Tuesday, November 2 Elections
Voting has begun.
This is it. The general election will actually decide who sits in office. No matter who you supported in the primary, you can vote for whomever you choose in this one.
Every year I write that your vote is important. Here’s why it’s important this time. Safety – Who you choose to represent you as Mayor and on council will affect your police staffing and police support. This is your safety. Services – Cleveland Heights is in transition. Even without a transition on the way, services and the smooth running of a city depend on productive, focused and experienced representation in office. Taxes – The school board can raise or lower taxes. This is the first time our community can choose a fiscally conservative slate that promises a pro-public school position that isn’t dictated by the unions and the pro-levy campaign. Good things can happen to the district without the need to increase our property tax rate further. Real fiscal change can only happen if we all get out and vote. In the recent elections our community showed up 20 something percent which served us well in low voter turnout elections. Only by all coming out to support our candidates with 100% of registered voters can we expect to see good things in the areas of Safety, Services and Fiscal Security. This is the time. If you don’t vote, we don’t count. Please Vote –
You can still apply to vote by mail. Mail in ballots must be postmarked by Monday, November 1 or returned directly at the Board of Elections downtown. If you applied to vote by mail and didn’t, you can also vote at the polls by using a provisional ballot. Local elections effect everything – our shuls, our streets, our community. Early voting has started. By all means, everyone, please vote.
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Monday through Thursday 9:30 am to 7pm
Friday 9:30 am to 3pm
Sunday 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm
The hakomas matzeiva for Mrs. Barbara Gross, a”h, will take place Sunday, October 17, at 4pm at Mt. Olive Cemetery, 27855 Aurora Road, Solon, in the Shomre Shabbos section.
Cleveland Heights is being offered money that Councilwoman Davida Russel has earmarked $2 million of for our neighborhood. She wants to hear from us how best we think the funds can be used. This is a great opportunity and we should not waste it. Susan Efroymson will be one of several moderators along with Rhonda Davis Lovejoy of Blanche Neighbors and together with Efroymson of Taylor Neighborhood Association. Noble Neighbors will have attendants and moderators as well. All citizens are welcome and encouraged to attend. Local business owners, even of home based businesses, and not-for-profits on Taylor Road can truly gain and should be there. This is the time to weigh in instead of waking up later and wondering why dollars went differently then you’d hoped. This funding is a unique grant with restricted use. Learn how it can help and what its restrictions are and let your voice be heard. Councilwoman Russel is listening