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Brust Park - Gazebo
Munroe Falls has announced rental rates for
Guise Park Lodge,
Brust Park Gazebo and
Lehner Community Center .

The Lehner Center is a community-wide endeavor, and your suggestions will help to make the facility your home away from home. With spring right around the corner and sunlight hours increasing every day, we would like to schedule evening activities, too! Dinner and a movie? Charitable activities? We are open to suggestions, and we en- courage your ideas in the interest of making the Lehner Center the best it can be for our community.

Please be sure to tell your family and friends. If you have any questions or suggestions, please call Anne DiCola at City Hall (330-688-7491).


 
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Guise Park Lodge

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Lehner Community Center
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Munroe Falls
LEHNER COMMUNITY CENTER


CENTER OPENS DOORS FOR SENIOR PROGRAMS

With the doors to the Lehner Community Center officially open, the City would like to express its sense of pride in everything the facility has to offer. From senior programs to community activities, the Center is ready to accommodate a wide variety of local in- terests and enjoyable diversions.

With that in mind, the City would like to begin a grass roots campaign designed to pro-
mote the Center's features and benefits. Here are a few examples:

•    Please join us for cards and games on Tuesday and Friday afternoons, 1:00 pm
- 4:00 pm. If you would like to schedule another day of cards and/or games
that would better fit the needs of your group, please let us know and we will help with the arrangements. The center is accepting donated games and books. Please drop off on any scheduled event day.

•    We are also interested in making the center available for alternative activities,
such informational sessions, crafts, and instructional activities. Let us know
what you're interested in, and we will be happy to coordinate for you.

•    In addition to fun-based activities, the Center is available for healthy pursuits
and medical screenings on occasion. For example, on the second Tuesday each
month before cards and games, the Fire Department will offer free blood pres-
sure screenings.     Look for the heart symbol on the calendar.

•    If your local group would like to schedule a meeting, banquet, or activity at
the Center, contact us and we'll discuss availability and rates.

The Lehner Center is a community-wide endeavor, and your suggestions will help to make the facility your home away from home. With spring right around the corner and sunlight hours increasing every day, we would like to schedule evening activities, too! Dinner and a movie? Charitable activities? We are open to suggestions, and we en- courage your ideas in the interest of making the Lehner Center the best it can be for our community.

Please be sure to tell your family and friends. If you have any questions or suggestions, please call Anne DiCola at City Hall (330-688-7491).
 
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