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November 19, 2017 - November 26, 2017

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Nov 19 Sunday 1 event
Nov 20 Monday 1 event
Nov 21 Tuesday 3 events
Nov 22 Wednesday 1 event
Nov 23 Thursday 1 event
Nov 24 Friday 1 event
Nov 25 Saturday 2 events
November 19

Fall Hiking Spree

November 19

 Get out, explore and complete at least eight designated hikes.
November 20

Fall Hiking Spree

November 20

 Get out, explore and complete at least eight designated hikes.
November 21

The Laughing Club

November 21

Do exercises to relieve stress and boost energy.
November 21

Fall Hiking Spree

November 21

 Get out, explore and complete at least eight designated hikes.
November 21 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

GI HEALTH Parkfit Mall Walkers Wellness Talk

November 21 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

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November 22

Fall Hiking Spree

November 22

 Get out, explore and complete at least eight designated hikes.
November 23

Fall Hiking Spree

November 23

 Get out, explore and complete at least eight designated hikes.
November 24

Fall Hiking Spree

November 24

 Get out, explore and complete at least eight designated hikes.
November 25

Fall Hiking Spree

November 25

 Get out, explore and complete at least eight designated hikes.
November 25 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Business Saturday

November 25 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Come support Small Business in the area and see the creative entrepreneurs and see what they have to offer.

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Cleveland Radio Days

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Want to Volunteer? Start Here

Want to Volunteer?   Start Here: Greater Cleveland Volunteers 216-391-9500 greaterclevelandvolunteers.org   Or here: volunteermatch.org   Or try Summit County: United Way of Summit County uwsummit.org   Like animals? Try the Portage County Animal Protective League. Go to portageapl.org or call 330-296-4022.   Want to feed the hungry? Organize a food drive.
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We Salute Local Volunteers (and They’re Really Great)

  You don’t have to wear an elf costume — although that’s fun to do — lead a Girl Scout troop or own an incredibly well-behaved dog to be a good volunteer. All you need is a bit of time and a willingness to help others.       Here are a few Northeast Ohio givers.
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Year-End Style and Image Guide

    It’s common this time of year to review areas of our lives that we want to change or improve. One thing that impacts us every day is our wardrobe and personal image. It goes everywhere with us and influences how others perceive us and the skills we offer. Try to be brutally honest as you work through the following steps to a refreshed wardrobe and personal image and take a candid look at the wardrobe choices you made this past year.
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The Real Mayberry

  If you watched any or all of the 249 episodes of “The Andy Griffith Show” in the 1960s — or still catch reruns — consider a visit to Mount Airy, N.C. Griffith, who plays Sheriff Andy Taylor in the show, grew up in this small town and used it as a model for his series.
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Playhouse Square’s Army of Volunteers

Photo credit for RedCoats pics: Playing Around Not all heroes wear red capes; some wear red coats   RedCoat volunteers of Playhouse Square are the first friendly faces to greet you in the theater. Odds are if you’ve attended a show, they’ve greeted you at the door, scanned your ticket, given you a program and directed you to your seat.
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Real Estate: Attract Buyers with These Seasonal Tips

  Colorful lights, extravagant Christmas decorations, and the mess and mayhem that comes with the holiday season can be a lot of fun — unless you’ve got a For Sale sign in the front yard. Few people choose to sell a house during the holidays, but sometimes they don’t have a choice.
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Your Northeast Ohio Gift Giving Guide

“It’s not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.” ― Mother Teresa   The holidays are the most wonderful time of the year that can also be the most horrible time of the year if gift-giving is part of the festivities.   Your spouse, friends, parents, in-laws, grandkids, neighbors — the gift-giving list goes on and on.
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