John Trunk, superintendent, Summit DD, talked about the importance of Issue 3 to the more than 4,700 adults and children served by his organization. This is not a new tax but a renewal that will continue great programs that fund athletes who compete in the Special Olympics; assist teens as they transition to adulthood; and help individuals of all ages with day-to-day living. For more information, visit the website.
Ken Hammonds, owner of KC Hammonds Building Solutions, has the solution if you're looking for a wooden or steel structure for your property. Ken has five acres of buildings that can be finished to your preferences, from a 6-by-6 shed to a grand guesthouse and everything in between. KC Hammonds Building Solutions is located at 8880 Norwalk Rd. in Litchfield, Ohio. Hours are noon to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and anytime by appointment. For more information, call 330.631.7690 or visit the Facebook page.
Kally Vernon, co-owner of West Point Market, said that the store's open house next week is going to be a great big thank-you to all the customers who have waited patiently as she and her husband Rick rebuilt and recreated the well-loved West Point experience. Come hungry, she says, because there will lots of samples of food and wine on Oct. 28 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 33 Shiawassee Ave. in Fairlawn. The store will be decked out for Halloween, and Kally promises she'll be in costume, too. West Point Market is open seven days a week. For more information, call 330.864.2151 or visit online.
Dermatologist Gary Lichten, MD, is the developer of the CompariSkin app, which is probably the best $1.99 investment that you can make for your health. The app allows you to take a picture of any moles on your body and then compare the pictures over time. The photos present objective evidence of whether a mole is changing. The app is available for iPhones and iPads. Dr. Lichten practices in Akron. He can be reached at Allied Dermatology, 866.337.6631. More information about the app, go online.