The Thursday evening event welcomed Ginger Robbins, the president of the International Questers, who traveled from Tulsa, Oklahoma, to meet with members. Founded in 1944 in Pennsylvania, the Questers promote the study of antiques and encourage the preservation and restoration of historical sites.
Janelle Reardon sure can tell a good story. The Fairview Park woman, in fact, has a Master of Arts degree in storytelling from East Tennessee State University. Last month, she traveled to Chillicothe to participate in the Southern Ohio Storytelling Festival. And this weekend, Janelle and her husband, Joe, will be in Jonesborough, Tennesee, for the National Storytelling Festival, which is run by the International Story Telling Center.
By Sue Botos Rocky River When Progressive Chief Marketing Officer Jeff Charney gives a presentation, the audience never knows what to expect. But one thing is certain – it will not be vanilla. “The one key word is bravery. You really have to be brave today,” Charney told a sold-out crowd at the Rocky River [...]
By Sue Botos Rocky River A casual observer watching the Rocky River seventh- and eighth-grade football players practice may be a bit unfamiliar with some of the instructions being shouted out by coaches. “Feet! Squeeze! Hands!” called out assistant coach Mike Hrusch to a line of players, at a recent session, as they bent their [...]