One Eleven Bistro hosts Beer Dinner
One Eleven Bistro will host a B United Beer Dinner on Thursday, April 14. Five course dinner with beer pairings for each course is $45 per person. 2736 Medina Road, Medina. Call for reservations 330.952.1122.
Bread for Brunswick
The fourth annual Bread for Brunswick benefit concert will be Saturday, April 16, from 7 to 9:30 pm at Brunswick Rec Center, 3637 Center Road, Brunswick. Tickets are $10 and include a performance by two local bands, refreshments, door prizes, 50/50 raffle and auction plus side boards. All proceeds benefit the Brunswick Food Pantry. Purchase tickets at BrownPaperTickets.com/event/2500693 or 216.210.1645.
Salon Evangelene presents 20-20-20 event
Salon Evangelene will host the Jane Iredale & Eminence Organic Skin Care 20-20-20 event on Friday, April 11 from 4 – 8 pm. For $20, guests will receive an Eminence skin cleansing and exfoliation followed by a 20 minute session with a Jane Iredale makeup artist plus a $20 credit toward any purchase at the event. By reservation only 330.725.1234 or SalonEdanielle@zoominternet.net. Salon Evangelene is at 4018 B Medina Road, Medina.
Business Network International members meet
Three Medina County Business Network International (BNI) groups attended the 4th Annual Awards Banquet in Independence, Ohio. Members from the “The Buzz,” “Core Connections” and “Opportunity Knocks” attended. “The Buzz” captured the 2015 Champion Charter Award. www.BNI.com
Medina High School boys lacrosse team gives back
The Medina High School boys lacrosse team hosted its annual pasta dinner fundraiser in January at the Medina Moose Club. Area businesses, including Dan’s Dogs, Santosuossos and Rise Fitness supported the team with donations of food, gift cards and other items to stock baskets for the raffle. The event raised about $8,500, some of which will be used for team apparel, equipment, team building activities and tournament fees. The team also donated money to the family of a former teammate who is battling cancer. The Medina lacrosse family delivered all unused food and serviceable products from the event to the Salvation Army. Fundraiser volunteer and team mom, Kelly Wesner said, “While the event’s primary purpose was to fundraise, it provided an opportunity for our community to support our young adults, it gave our young adults an opportunity to learn the value of giving back to the community, and it allowed all of us to experience a sense of team and community cohesion.”
Kiwanis member honored
The Kiwanis Club of Medina honored Wadsworth attorney Linda Hoffmann, managing partner of Palecek, McIlvaine, Hoffmann & Morse Co. LPA, with a George F. Hixon Fellowship for her ongoing help, generosity, commitment, and inspiration to the local club. In Hoffmann’s honor, a donation of $1,000 was made to the Kiwanis International Foundation. Hoffmann, a resident of Montville Township, championed the Kiwanis Christmas Carol fundraiser the last four years featuring a collaboration of local community leaders, club members, and high school Key Clubs. Proceeds provided winter clothing for over 90 Medina students grades K-12. There are four Kiwanis clubs serving the Medina community and supporting service and leadership opportunities for youth through area K Kids, Builders Clubs, and Key Clubs.