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Roaming Shores holds their 13th annual polar bear plunge

ROAMING SHORES – Super heroes, jellyfish and even the pink nightmare from The Christmas Story attended Roaming Shores 13th annual Polar Bear Plunge on Saturday, March 10, with each eagerly awaiting their turn to enter the chilly waters before them in order to raise money for area schools.(From March 16 edition).

Three PV HS wrestlers visit Columbus for this year’s state championship

 ANDOVER – What started as a going away clap out on Wednesday, Feb. 7 as three PV wrestlers headed to a state championship in Columbus, ended with a welcome back one from the community on Monday, March 12 as congratulations were offered to Gaige Willis in earning state champion for his second year in a row, along with an appreciation for the hard work of senior Caleb Bean and sophomore Jacob Edelman.(From March 16 edition).

Camp Whitewood finishes sap collecting for the season

 WINDSOR- As a continuation of Camp Whitewood’s annual tradition of maple syrup making on the premises Director Andy Hudak finished collecting sap from bags and buckets on Wednesday, March 7 amongst the 625 trees that were tapped this year.(From March 9 edition).

Tigers eliminate Blue Streaks

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS – The Cleveland Heights Tigers hosted the Madison Blue Streaks in a recent Division I sectional tournament game.

Dragons lose tournament game

CLEVELAND – The Benedictine Bengals defeated the Lakeside Dragons in a recent Division I sectional tournament game.

Lakers fall in sectional final

LABRAE – The Pymatuning Valley Lakers boys basketball team fell to the host LaBrae Vikings in a recent Division III sectional final.

Panel discusses immigration

PAINESVILLE – About 85 people braved winds and heavy, rain turning to wet snow to listen to a panel discussion regarding immigration issues March 1 at Morley Library, 184 Phelps Rd., Painesville.

New federal tax law helps everyone

KIRTLAND – Business leaders from throughout Lake County got a preview of what the new federal tax law will mean for them and the average taxpayer during a Feb. 26 forum sponsored by the Lake County Ohio Port and Economic Development Authority.

Concert series supports sanctuary for immigrant

MENTOR - Northeast Ohio musician Brent Kirby will headline for St. Andrew Episcopal Church’s third Sanctuary Concert Series from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday, March 18 in the church’s sanctuary at 7989 Little Mountain Rd., Mentor.