Have a ‘green’ holiday in Rocky River: West Shore Morning Links
December 5, 2014 - garden totes
You can make your holidays a small greener in Rocky River. That’s some of what’s function in a West Shore communities of Bay Village, Rocky River and Westlake.
Go green: Volunteers from a Rocky River Green Team will be on palm Saturday for a Downtown River Holiday Walk from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., charity “green” present jacket services. The fundraiser helps support internal programs that foster sustainability. The group will set adult emporium subsequent to Urban Home Garden in Beachcliff Market Square on Detroit Road. There will be a hire where kids can put musical stamps on a wrapped gifts. Reusable fabric present bags and Green Team house totes will be on sale. You can also get recommendation from experts about immature grass caring tips, eco-friendly ice melting and earth-friendly cleaning. (City of Rocky River)
Holiday Fair: Bethesda-on-the Bay Lutheran Church in Bay Village will reason a annual Holiday Fair on Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in a Fellowship Hall of a church. Besides browsing a work of internal artists, we can suffer baked products and prohibited chili, along with live music. The church is during 28607 Wolf Road. (Bethesda-on-the-Bay Lutheran Church)
Appointed: Mark Pepera, arch financial officer and treasurer of a Westlake schools, has been allocated to the Governmental Accounting Standards Advisory Council. He will offer a two-year tenure commencement Jan. 1, representing a Association of School Business Officials International. The appointment was done by a house of curators of a Financial Accounting Foundation. It is obliged for a oversight, administration and finances of a Financial Accounting Standards Board and a Governmental Accounting Standards Board, which establishes financial accounting and stating standards for state and internal governments. Pepera has worked for a Westlake district given 1999. (Westlake schools)