Treasure Trove sale set
The correct dates for the annual Treasure Trove sale to benefit various Aurora school district programs and organizations are Dec. 1-7 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Dec. 8 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Twenty-five percent off on everything will be offered Dec. 6 and 50 percent off on Dec. 7. Dropoff day is Nov. 29 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., consignor pickup is Dec. 6 from 6 to 8 p.m. and bag it for $5 will be Dec. 8.
The event will be at the Marketplace at Four Corners next to Petsmart and Michaels.
Residents can donate items to be sold or consign items to receive 50 percent of their price. Volunteers also are needed to set up Nov. 29, help at the sale and clean up Dec. 8.
For details, including a list of items which can be donated, call Denise at 216-297-5621, email email@example.com or visit www.webstarts.com/aurorartreasuretrovesale.com
Heinen's assists schools
Local residents who shop at Heinen's Supermarkets can help their schools through the ABC school donation program.
As a member of Heinen's Tasteful Rewards program, up to 1 percent of qualified purchases from September to April will be donated to a school of one's choice.
To participate, visit www.heinensrewards.com, or if you are already a member of the Tasteful Rewards program, log into your account and select "my profile" in the upper right corner.
Select a city and school from the pull-down list, then click "save changes." If you're not a member, you can register on the website or call 216-475-2300 ext. 2337.
Seton plans open house
Seton Catholic School in Hudson has planned an open house for Nov. 18 from 2 to 4 p.m. Applications for all grade levels will be available.
Participants can meet the administrators, faculty, staff, parents and current students, visit classrooms and tour the building on Stow Road. For details, call Mrs. Fritz at 330-342-4200 ext. 226 or visit www.setoncatholicschool.org.
Spake to head College of
Business at Kent State U
Deborah Spake has been named the new dean of Kent State University's College of Business Administration, KSU Provost Todd Diacon announced Nov. 7.
Spake now serves as associate dean and professor of marketing at the Mitchell College of Business at the University of South Alabama.
Spake will join KSU on Jan. 1, 2013, replacing Kathryn S. Wilson, who has served as interim dean of the College of Business Administration since Oct. 1, 2011. Wilson will return to her faculty position in the Department of Economics.
"We are fortunate to have Dr. Spake as part of our Kent State family," Diacon said.
"Her successful career in private industry, combined with her considerable talents and success as a fundraiser, will help propel our College of Business Administration to new heights."
Spake's research interests include services marketing, health care marketing, advertising and business ethics.
Her research has appeared in numerous publications.
Transcript requests eyed
Aurora High School seniors are reminded that if they want transcripts to be sent out before school closes for winter break requests should be submitted to to the guidance office by Nov. 30.
The deadline does not mean seniors can't apply to colleges after that, just that requests are due so counselors can send transcripts before the winter break.
Transcripts received after Nov. 30 likely will not be mailed until after the first of the year.
Crafts show set at school
Maplewood Career Center’s annual Christmas in the Woods crafts show will be Nov. 16 from 5 to 9 p.m. and Nov. 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the school on Route 88 north of Ravenna.
High school collects food
Aurora High School’s Student Council is sponsoring a food drive to support the Volunteers of America. It is a class competition with the winning grade receiving 50 points. Take non-perishable goods to a class adviser’s room: Gayle Lewis, seniors; Michele Dirda, juniors; Kathy Wiemken, sophomores; or Kasie Burroughs, freshmen.
ACT practice exam set
Aurora High School students can take the ACT practice exam so they can find out about the actual exam format and determine area they need to work on.
The next practice test will be given Jan. 12, 2013, with a follwup session on Jan. 24. Students will receive a personalized score that shoiws their strengths and areas for improvement during the followup session.
The test will be given in Room 124 at West Geauga High School. Cost is $15 for non-West Geauga students. They can register by calling the West G. guidance office at 440-729-5962.
Tests are administered by the Princeton Review. For more details, call Linda Todaro at 440-487-1663.
Attention Harmon pupils
Harmon School magazine sale winners who won a Pulp Smoothie limo ride have received permission slips for the trip on Dec. 7. Call the office for information.
PRIDE forms are available in Harmon’s office and are due before Thanksgiving break.