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Hudson Community Recreation and Education HCER Jump Start Sports Day Camp at Hudson Middle School DATES: 10 Weeks, May 30 August 4th AGE RANGE OF PARTICIPANTS: Entering Grades K-6 CONTACT: Michele Collins, HCER 330-653-1210, collinsm@hudson.

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Crazy For Camouflage, Furnace Run Metro Park / Brushwood Lodge, 4955 Townsend Rd., Richfield DATES: July 11, 12, 13, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. AGE RANGE OF PARTICIPANTS: 5 and 6 years Kids 5 and 6 can register for this exciting three-day drop-off camp.

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Theatre 8:15 Youth Summer Theatrical Classes 2017, 4740 Massillon Rd., Green DATES: June 5 - 24, 2017 AGE RANGE OF PARTICIPANTS: Ages 7 - 11, 10AM - 12:00PM; Ages 12 - 18, 12PM - 2:30PM. $130 If registered by May 1, 2017 $10 discount CONTACT: 330-896-0339; info@theatre815.

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Chess Camp, First United Methodist Church, 245 Portage Trail, Cuyahoga Falls DATES: July 10-14; 9 am 4 pm AGE RANGE OF PARTICIPANTS: Kindergarten through High School CONTACT: 330-923-5241 Ext. 218, rrowe@firstchurchcf.com, www.firstchurchcf.

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Akron Rotary Camp for Children with Special Needs, 4460 Rex Lake Drive, Akron. DATES: June through August, Sundays Friday (overnight camps) and Monday - Friday 10am-4pm (day camps). Traditional camp activities adapted to meet the needs of each camper.

Oct 2, 2016 4:00 AM

New architecture building links Kent State, downtown 

The new Architecture and Environmental Design Building, located on South Lincoln Street, stands not only as a symbol of Kent State University's growth and development, but also as a symbol of revitalization in the ever-changing downtown.

By Andrew Bugel | Staff Writer
Oct 2, 2016 4:00 AM

Design firm put students first 

Its strategic location on the Lester A. Lefton Esplanade and its goal of improving the learning environment for students are two of many characteristics of the new Kent State University College of Architecture and Environmental Design building that make it special, Marion Weiss said when asked.

Oct 2, 2016 4:00 AM

Students leading firms in NE Ohio, represent countries around world 

Graduates of the College of Architecture and Environmental Design can be found in 23 of the 25 major architectural firms in northeast Ohio and also in firms in Asia, Europe and the Middle East.

Architect: Building makes an important statement
Oct 2, 2016 4:00 AM

Architect: Building makes an important statement 

Its location, its use of natural lighting, its openness and its careful adherence to environmental design principles make the new College of Architecture and Environmental Design building an exciting signature building for Kent State University has ever constructed, Architect Allan Renzi said.

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Oct 2, 2016 4:00 AM

Kent State College of Architecture & Environmental Design making an impact 

Scheduled to be formally dedicated on Friday, Oct. 7, the new 117,000-square-foot, $49 million building that houses the Kent State University College of Architecture and Environmental Design already is making an impact.The building, which opened for classes on Aug.

By David Dix | Publisher
Oct 2, 2016 4:00 AM

Get to know the new home of the College of Architecture and Environmental Design 

OUTSIDE: 91,000 Bricksn 91,000 Belden bricks were made to create the outside of the building. The color was created by Belden Brick to perfectly bring together colors from downtown Kent and Kent State campus to further make the building a bridge between campus and downtown.

Rover band performing Queen songs as part of halftime show
Sep 20, 2016 4:00 AM

Rover band performing Queen songs as part of halftime show 

The Rootstown High School Marching Band is getting in the groove with Director Daniel McClowskey who was new to Rootstown last year."This is my second year as the Rootstown director of bands," McClowskey said.

By Kelly Maile | Staff Writer
Ravenna band regains numbers
Sep 20, 2016 4:00 AM

Ravenna band regains numbers 

The Ravenna High School band is regaining its lower register, thanks to a large freshman class.Band Director Drew Adametz said freshmen make up the largest group among his band of 49 students.

By Diane Smith | Staff Writer
Wildcats honoring late, great rock 'n roll artists
Sep 20, 2016 4:00 AM

Wildcats honoring late, great rock 'n roll artists 

The 2016-17 Mogadore High School Wildcat Marching Band is playing tribute to rock 'n' roll's late, great artists this yearBand Director Stephanie Bonitz said this year's show features songs such as "The Heat Is On" by Glenn Frey, late lead singer of The Eagles; "Let's Dance," by David Bowie; and "Let's Go Crazy," by Prince.

By Dave O'brien | Staff Writer
For the Marching Pride, it's all about having fun
Sep 20, 2016 4:00 AM

For the Marching Pride, it's all about having fun

The 2016 James A. Garfield Marching Pride has been working hard since mid-July, and is looking forward to another great season. Playing a hodgepodge mix of tunes, the group of 85 students and 6 honor guard members does its best to entertain the crowds at football games.

By Matthew Merchant | Staff Writer
The Waterloo Marching Machine is bigger than ever
Sep 20, 2016 4:00 AM

The Waterloo Marching Machine is bigger than ever 

The Waterloo Marching Machine is back, bigger than ever this year.The band has 73 members, up from 59 last year."It's super exciting," said Director Angela Adkins of this year's marching band.

By Mike Sever | Staff Writer
Traditions alive for Crestwood Scarlet Guard
Sep 20, 2016 4:00 AM

Traditions alive for Crestwood Scarlet Guard

Audience members and musicians alike will be getting lost during this year's show from the Crestwood Scarlet Guard. The marching band will be performing "Dark Forest," with original music composed by Tim Hinton.

By Matthew Merchant | Staff Writer
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157-member band to perform four halftime shows this season
Sep 20, 2016 4:00 AM

157-member band to perform four halftime shows this season 

During the course of the season, the Aurora High School Band will reveal four different halftime shows"We left band camp having marched all four shows with two weeks of prep and rehearsals that were two days a week, and then a week of band camp," said Eddie Nabring, the band's director and instrumental music teacher at the high

By Bob Gaetjens | Staff Writer
Marching Rockets to feature past and present pop songs
Sep 20, 2016 4:00 AM

Marching Rockets to feature past and present pop songs 

The Streetsboro Marching Rockets have a busy schedule of band shows and possibly even a skull session at the Ohio State University planned this season.

By Bob Gaetjens | Staff Writer