Homemade pancakes, fresh real maple syrup, sausage, orange

Laura Nethken Published:

Homemade pancakes, fresh real maple syrup, sausage, orange juice, coffee and tea. Hungry yet? Your appetites can be fulfilled the first three Sundays in March at the Goodell Farms pancake breakfasts at the Shalersville Town Hall, located at S.R. 303 and S.R. 44.

The breakfasts are held from 8:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Come and bring your friends.

Meals are $4.25 for adults, $2.75 for children 4 to 12, and free for children 3 and younger. Mark those dates Sunday, March 9 and 16.

Jeff Ruehr was recently voted the most valuable player of the Portage County League Wrestling Tournament held for seventh- and eighth-graders from Crestwood Middle School. He was selected by the PCL coaches.

He was also invited to Columbus to wrestle on the National Team, one of only 80 in the state. Good luck, Jeff.

The Mantua American Legion No. 193 and its Auxiliary recently gave all the profits from the February Soup Supper to the Nathan Gay Fund. A check in the amount of $522 was presented to his grandmother, Roberta Cooley.

Nathan is the son of Robin (Cooley) Gay of Shalersville and the late William Gay. Nathan remains in intensive care at Metro Hospital following an accident in December. He is a junior at Crestwood High School. Proceeds from the March 7 Soup Supper will be directed to Summer Nichole Hurd of Shalersville, who has cancer.

At the February meeting of the Legion Auxiliary Unit No. 193, a request for tote bags was issued. When veterans leave the hospital, sometimes they have only a paper bag for their clothes. The Auxiliary is making tote bags and will accept new or used tote bags, carry-ons or small suitcases, according to Dorothy Brady, unit president. They can be given to any Auxiliary member or brought to the Soup Suppers.

Virginia Gharky presented each of the 10 members in attendance a jar of strawberry jam as a Valentine treat.

Jim Frame was in California last month to work on the Rotary float that was in the Rose Bowl Parade. This is the 10th year Jim has done this.

If you missed the Soup Supper to help the Nathan Gay Fund, you can enjoy a spaghetti dinner, sponsored by the Portage Faith United Methodist Church. They will hold the dinner from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday. The menu includes spaghetti and meatballs, tossed salad, Italian bread, dessert and beverages.

The cost is $5 for adults, $3 for children 5 to 12 and free for children 4 and younger. The church is located at 9922 S.R. 44, south of Mantua Village.

There will also be an opportunity for further donations to help with the expense of Nathans care after the shooting accident at Christmas time.

Everyone is invited to attend.

Celebrate 4-H week. Come to the 4-H Super Clinic from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Maplewood Career Center, 7075 S.R. 88 in Ravenna. Sample some of the 200 4-H projects available through hands-on involvement. Join the fun and bring a friend.

Origami, sewing, cooking, arts, natural resources, carving and bicycling are some of the 4-H projects included. For more information, call (330) 296-6432.

Call Debbie Haylett at (330) 274-3211 with your Crestwood news.

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