Trick or treat! As seen tonight at Drug Mart on the East Side of Lorain!
Are all holidays moving to July? :-)
On May 31, the Heberlings had no idea that their son was about to have a stroke. That night, Martin Heberling discovered Jacob laying on the bathroom floor, unable to move. Jacob was admitted to Cleveland’s Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital. Doctors said he had suffered a stroke caused by a clot in his brain.
Immediate surgery was performed and the clot was removed. Jacob has use of his legs and can walk, and he is able to use his left arm. Doctors diagnosed Jacob with an extremely rare juvenile heart condition called Restrictive Cardiomyopathy, for which there is no cure.
The family is raising money to pay for a heart transplant that will take place within a few months.
Jacob’s gofundme page
Monday, July 27, 11a – 9p, Applebee’s in Lorain will be sponsoring a Dining to Donate Benefit for Jacob Heberling.
Present the flyer below to your server to donate 15% of your bill.
Wait until you see what you will have a chance to win by coming to Jacob’s Fundraiser Extravaganza!!!!
Fun starts at 11AM, Come by, get a car wash, gamble on some awesome prizes, have lunch or dinner at Applebee’s, and
buy dessert at the bake sale!!!
Not an officially designated swimming beach for man nor beast, but there are always both kinds of visitors on a warm summer day.
The former Knights of St. John building is now known as “Knights”.
Hastee Tastee invites you to our CHRISTMAS IN JULY Celebration on July 31 through August 1, 2015! https://www.facebook.com/events/1603135136640519/
We are excited and proud to partner with Amherst local charity: Emily’s Hopeful Holiday – Childhood Cancer Family Financial Relief Fund
Bring in a brand new toy for the children at Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital and receive a FREE SMALL CONE of your choice!
We will have fun Christmas Flurry Flavors:
PLUS TWO surprise Christmas Yogurt Flavors
The Zichi family will be delivering all toys to UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital to children who are receiving cancer treatments. They would really love to bring a huge truck load and a toy for every child on Rainbow 2 (the cancer floor) so please BE GENEROUS with your toy donations….these children are spending their summer in the hospital with a life-threatening illness. Let’s brighten their spirit by letting them know they are not forgotten!
Enter to win one of our raffle baskets, including a Taste of Amherst Basket!
ALL PROCEEDS from the raffle sales and monetary donations will go to Emily’s Hopeful Holiday – to benefit children who have cancer.
For more information on Emily’s Hopeful Holiday, please visit: http://www.emilyshopefulholiday.wordpress.com and LIKE their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/EHH2007 to be up-to-date on their upcoming Annual fundraiser at Ziggy’s on November 8, 2015, from 3-7 p.m.
Contact them directly if you would like to donate to their raffle and/or place in ad in their Sponsor Book. 100% of ALL MONEY RAISED goes DIRECTLY to families who have kids with cancer.
Thanks! SEE YOU AT HASTEE TASTEE! SHARE AND INVITE YOUR FRIENDS!
****Drawing held on August 2nd at 5:00 p.m.
From the ride brochure: “As American Legion riders, we travel as a Legion family and have become well known for our charitable work for children’s hospitals, schools, veterans’ homes, severely wounded service members, and scholarships. We are proud to have recently added to our list of focused efforts the ongoing preservation and upkeep of the beautiful Lorain County Vietnam Veterans Memorial honoring 98 Lorain County heroes who gave the ultimate sacrifice for freedom.”
Saturday’s 98-mile ride started at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on North Lake Street in Amherst. The first stop was Eric Barnes’ Heroes Walk [where I caught up with them – thanks to Loraine!], the second stop was the Blue Star Memorial on Lake Road in Avon Lake, lunch break at Lake Erie Harley-Davidson on Chester Road in Avon, the third stop was at the Lagrange HONOR Memorial on West Street, the fourth stop was at the Wellington American Legion on South Main Street in Wellington, and the final stop was at the Amherst American Legion on North Lake Street in Amherst.
Thank you for choosing #Lorain, #RoverFest! It was an incredibly hot – but fun – day! Many more pix to come!
We take a break from our coverage of #RoverFest to bring your attention to a very important event happening today.
The 2015 American Legion Riders Poker Run to raise money for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial of Lorain County.
I’ve always said a wave + a smile = seeing yourself on Lorain 365 :-)
More pix to come later…
The scene at Black River Landing this morning at sunrise.
The main RoverFest stage is located at the south end of Black River Landing this year.
You can see it in the distance to the right of the train bridge. It has a green canopy.