December 2016 Around Town

A Fitbit for your dog!

Cloverleaf Animal Hospital is offering a free Voyce collar for 60 days. A Voyce collar monitors your dog’s heartrate, breathing rate, amount of calories burned, distance travelled, and amount of sunlight. We use it for weight loss, rehabilitation and pain monitoring. We also place it with dogs that have heart problems, need more exercise, or when we need to monitor their response to pain relief medication. You and your doctor monitor your dog’s progress on an easy to use app or online. Call us for more information.Linda Randall, DVM, Cloverleaf Animal Hospital, 330.948.2002

Handmade Gifts for the Holidays

Come to Wolf Creek Environmental Center December 8 any time between 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to create a handmade gift. Although the crafts are free and open to all, donations of non‑perishable food, paper products or toiletry items for the St. Paul Lutheran Church food pantry are appreciated.

Medina City Schools Holiday Concerts

Get in the holiday spirit with the Medina City Schools Orchestra December 6th at the Performing Arts Center, 851 Weymouth Road, as they perform holiday classics. Or, swing by December 8th to hear performances by the Medina City Schools Bands. Tickets for both events are $6 for adults and $4 for seniors and students.

Meet the Chief

Medina Township Police will once again host “Meet the Chief Night” at Yours Truly restaurant located at 3725 Medina Road December 14 (Kids Night) from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm.. Medina Township Police is committed to the Community Policing concepts of reaching out to our community. Medina Township Police is one of 46 departments in the State of Ohio that has obtained full Ohio Collaborative Certification. This event is part of a year-long program to address issues within the community. Medina Township Police Department is one of 20 agencies in the State of Ohio that was awarded funding from the Ohio Community-Policing Relations.

Over the next year the Chief will meet with the Community twice a month at Yours Truly. Medina Township officers will be going door to door in a target area taking surveys on community perception of the police and how we can better address the needs of the community. The Officers will be handing out materials on crime prevention and where to get help for such issues as drug addiction.