St. Raphael to Break Ground for New Church

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St. Raphael to Break Ground for New Church
May 29
1 - -7,June
2014 4, 2014
vol. 4 issue 11
9
A Day of Joy at
St. Joseph in Avon Lake
Fr. Scott Goodfellow celebrates a Mass of Thanksgiving at St. Joseph in Avon Lake
on the weekend of his ordination to the priesthood.
St. Joseph Catholic Church in Avon Lake celebrated the ordination of
one of its own, Fr. Scott Goodfellow, into the priesthood the weekend of May
17. Fr. Scott was ordained to the Order of Presbyters at St. John Cathedral in
Cleveland on Saturday and then offered a Mass of Thanksgiving at St. Joseph
on Sunday.
“We are so filled with joy and gratitude that our hearts are bursting,”
report Scott’s family, Geoff, Debbie and Lizzy Goodfellow, longtime parishioners at St. Joe.
“It is a special blessing for a parish to celebrate the ordination to priesthood of one of its own,” remarked Fr. Ron Wearsch, Pastor. “The entire weekend was so beautiful and special. There were so many people involved who
made the weekend possible, and my thanks go out to all of them.”
Fr. Scott, 27, said he was moved by the overflow attendance for his
Mass of Thanksgiving. “It was surreal,” he said. “It meant so much.” Lifelong
friends from the community as well as guests from the entire diocese made
it a very special day.
“The church looked stunning, the music was awesome and the reception
afterwards was festive and glorious,” said Fr. Scott’s family.
Eagle Run is
Inspiration for
Avon Y Mom
Prior to being diagn
osed with Systemic Lupus Erythemato
sus and
Raynaud’s Disease,
Sharon
Smith went from being
an
aerobics instructor, sen
ior
fitness instructor and an
active participant in bel
ly dancing to not being
able to reach up to her
kitchen cabinet to get
a glass down and being couch-bound for
nearly two years.
After her formal
diagnosis and treatment to get her pain
under control, Smith
began to work with a
personal trainer and
take small steps to get
back into shape. Now,
nearly a year later and
with
encouragement
from her 10 year old son
,
Michael, she participated
in
Saturday’s 14th Annual Ea
Sharon Smith and
gle
Run presented by HealthS
son Michael at
pan.
Saturday’s Eagle Run.
“My son has developed
a passion for running, and was
thrilled at the
prospect of running the Ea
gle
says Smith. “I wanted to sup Run together,”
port and encourage him to
live a healthy lifestyle, and
have a goal of my own to
work towards, so I agreed
and signed up.”
As an employee of the Fre
nch Creek YMCA, Smith
has an added bonus, “I
says her participation
am proud to support an
event that does so much
to
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St. Raphael to Break Ground
for New Church
The Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new church for St. Raphael Parish will take
place on Sunday, June 8 after the 12:30 p.m. Mass.
Reverend Timothy W. Gareau, Pastor, will preside. “What a truly amazing and exciting time for our Parish and our history,” reports Fr. Gareau. “We move forward in hope,
enthusiasm, and humility in what God can accomplish through us!”
Construction of the church is Phase II of the parish’s Master Plan. Beginning June 9,
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May 29 - June 4, 2014
Lake Erie Harley Davidson on Chester Road hosted
its annual “Blessing of the
Bikes” event last Saturday. Frs.
Ron Wearsh and Scott Goodfellow of St. Joseph Parish in
Avon Lake joined with motorcycle enthusiasts at Mike
Stevens’ dealership in Avon
for a prayerful start to the motorcycling season Fr. Wearsch
and Fr. Goodfellow offered
readings and prayers and then
met with motorcyclists individually for prayer and to bless
their rides for a safe and fun
motorcycle season ahead.
Blessing of the Bikes
Fr. Scott Goodfellow tries on a Harley at the
Fr. Ron Wearsch blesses bikes at Lake Erie Harley Davidson Saturday.
Blessing of the Bikes.
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Fr. Scott Goodfellow offers a prayerful invocation for the safety of riders at Lake Erie Harley
Davidson this motorcycle season.
St. Raphael to Break Ground for New Church
continued from page 1
pews and fixtures will begin to be removed in preparation for the demolition of the existing church building.
The new church will be fan-shaped with a capacity of
1,100 and will front on Dover Center Road. The ceremonial entrance will be along the north side of the building.
Stained glass windows from the existing church
will be refurbished and installed in the new church.
These windows, from the former St Joseph Franciscan
Church (located at E. 23rd and Woodland in Cleveland),
were originally dedicated in 1873. Crafted in Munich,
Germany, and installed in 1902, the stained glass windows were removed by the Diocese when St Joseph was
closed in the late 1980’s and they
were restored and installed at St
Raphael Church in the early 1990’s.
The crucifix, tabernacle and all of
the existing marble will be incorporated into the new church. Along
with the new church, a chapel and
a community room that will be able
to accommodate functions for up to
200 people will be built.
The architect is Zarzycki-Malik.
The firm guided St Raphael Parish though its Master Plan and also
Phase I, completed in 2008, with
the addition of the Parish Activity
Center. “We have been so blessed
with the opportunity to be the ‘pencil in your hand’ as
we prayerfully discerned its needs and aspirations and
served to organize and put its thoughts to paper,” said
Bob Zarzycki. “The design, even to the smallest of details,
is truly a reflection of the St. Raphael Community dream,
an inspired creation soon to become reality.”
The general contractor is John G. Johnson Construction Company. “With all of the projects we’ve been
a part of over the years, it’s hard to remember a group or
organization that has been this well prepared,” says Anthony Valencic, Preconstruction/Project Manager.
St Raphael Parish has grown to over 3,500 families.
Over 80 ministries are available to meet the needs of
the parish community and those in need. The school is
a Blue-Ribbon School with an enrollment of 780 students. Another 650 students participate in the Parish
School of Religion.
Construction will take 12-14 months. During this
time, Masses will be held in the PAC. The dedication of
the new church will be held on August 22, 2015, with The
Most Reverend Richard G. Lennon, Bishop of the Diocese of Cleveland, consecrating the church.
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Eagle Run is
Inspiration for
Avon Y Mom
14th Eagle Run Draw Record Crowd of 1400
The 14th Eagle Run hosted at Avon High last
Saturday morning drew a record crowd as 1500 runners, joggers and walkers took to the streets for this
combined 5-Mile Run, 5K Run and 5K Walk event.
continued from page 1
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While Smith looked forward to the tremendous sense
of accomplishment she achieved when she crossed the finish line, she has some words of wisdom to share with individuals who may be on the fence about participating.
“It doesn’t matter if you walk part of the course and jog
the rest. And, it doesn’t matter if you finish first or last, as
long as you finish,” says Smith.
On Saturday, May 24, Smith, her son and runners and
walkers of all ages took to the streets of Avon in record
numbers for the 14th Annual Eagle Run presented by
HealthSpan to benefit Avon Schools Educational Endowment Fund as well as the French Creek YMCA and other
local charities. With 1500 participants this year, the Eagle
Run has become one of the premier road races of the west
side.
Avon Mayor Bryan Jensen, Bud Hagy and Jim Armour.
Avon students ready to roll at the Eagle Run
Sponsored by HealthSpan, this year’s 5- Mile Run victors
were noted local road running talents Andrew Riggins and Jessica Odorcic. The real winners were the Avon Schools Education Endowment Fund and French Creek Y, beneficiaries of the
fundraiser.
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May 29 - June 4, 2014
Village Foundation Plaque
Dedication, 2014
The Village Foundation hosted its
annual ceremony to install and dedicate
a permanent bronze plaque honoring
The John Harknett Family and a plaque
memorializing the life of John Matyas,
by his family, on Memorial Day on the
north side of Cahoon Park.
Program chairman, Gary Heldt and
TV personality Jon Loufman welcomed
guests. Special honorees for 2014 are the
late John Matyas, and John Harknett and
family. “Today, we are honoring two special families who have demonstrated a
love for each other, for their family and for
this community in many ways,” said Village Foundation President Eileen Vernon.
Three deserving Bay High students
were awarded scholarships and several
volunteer groups received grants.
Village Foundation Scholarship recipients are: Elizabeth Auckley, Colleen
Kowalski and Baylee White.
This year’s grant recipients are:
The Bay Village Police Dept. Bike Patrol, The Village Project Cancer Assistance Program, Huntington Playhouse,
The Knickerbocker Senior Apartments,
Fashion Forward (an assistance program for
families in need of clothing), and Game On (a
local Autism Spectrum Disorder program).
The Village Foundation plaque program
was established as a way for families and friends
to give enduring recognition to Bay citizens in
one central place. 2015, the 20th anniversary
of the founding of The Bay Village Foundation,
would be an excellent time to honor family or
friends with a permanent bronze plaque.
“When we place a bronze plaque on the T.
Pat Matyas with the plaque
honoring her late husband, John.
Richard Martin Bridge, that person is remembered every Memorial
Day thereafter,” said Village Foundation President Eileen Vernon.
For more information about The Village
Foundation, the grant
application process or
contributions towards a
plaque please call 440899-3490. Applications
for scholarships and
guidelines for proposals are available at www.
thevillagefdn.org
John Harknett and family.
This year’s Village Foundation scholarship winners are Elizabeth
Auckley (center), Colleen Kowalski (right) and Baylee White.
Village Foundation President Eileen Vernon, T. Richard Martin
Memorial Scholarship winner Elizabeth Auckley and Betsy Martin.
Bay Village Blues
“Draino” Bombs Found in Bay Village
Bay Village Police report they found
“Draino” bombs on a walking path off Bradley Road. On May 11, at 0119 hrs, Bay Village police officers responded to the walking path that connects Bradley Road with
Appleblossom on the report of fireworks being discharged. Upon arrival, officers located
several homemade “draino bombs” that had
exploded, and three that had not. Officers
contacted the Bomb Squad, who responded
to the scene and rendered the devices safe.
No one was injured and no property was
damaged. Police are investigating.
Disturbance on Ednil
On 05/16/2014, at 0845 hrs, BVPD responded to an Ednil address on the report
of a suspicious male pounding on a residents
door looking for his lost German Shepherd
puppy. The male was described as being in
his late teens, wearing a gray hoodie (hood
pulled up), baggy pants and having a mustache. Because of the aggressive nature
of his banging, and the fact that he disappeared right after pounding on the doors,
police are treating the incident as an attempted burglary. Later in the day, Westlake
PD contacted BVPD to advise they were at
the scene of a burglary. The suspect had a
similar description, and witnesses reported
he was looking for a dog. Police also believe
the same group is responsible for a burglary
on Bexley last week. Police have 3 suspect in
the case, and arrests are forthcoming.
Boy Locked Out of Home
On 05/24/2014, at 0321 hrs, a resident
on Lake Forest Drive called to complain
that across the street someone was blowing a car horn, banging a door and yelling.
Responding officers found a 16 yoa boy
who was attempting to get into his home.
The previous evening he had an argument
with his parents and left the house. When
he eventually returned he found himself
locked out. The parents were advised they
cannot legally do this. Information was tak-
en for a report and ruling by the Prosecutor.
Machine Gun at Malley’s
On 05/25/2014, at 1853 hrs, BVPD officers responded to Malley’s on the report of
a motorcycle with an attached side car having a mounted machine gun. They did find a
non-functioning, demilitarized Russian machine gun. The operator said
he will be in North Olmsted’s
Memorial Day Parade. Advised
to cover the machine gun so
as not to alarm the public and
sent on his way.
Man Arrested After Chasing
Bay High Students
A maintenance worker
called police to report two
Bay High School students returning from lunch were being chased by a male near the
football field. Bay Village Police
report the incident occurred
on Thursday, May 15 at 11:23
a.m. The maintenance worker
provided a description to the
police and a detective located
the male within minutes on
Foote Rd. The male was identified and found to be intoxicated. Investigation revealed
the male began following the
two students and then chased
them towards school property,
yelling and making aggressive
gestures. It was quickly determined there was no physical
contact between the man and
the students. Bay High took
appropriate security measures
and there was no danger to
anyone at the school. Later
that day, On Thursday, Bay
Village Police arrested the 35
year old suspect, a Bay Village
resident, and charged him with
Disorderly Conduct Intoxica-
tion, Menacing and Inducing Panic after he
chased the two Bay High students.
Play in Bay Disturbance
On 05/18/2014, at 1723 hrs, a resident
reported that that she was struck by an airsoft pellet while at Play In Bay with her two
small children. There was a time delay in
her calling BVPD, so when officers arrived at
scene the teenage suspects were no longer
there. Police are investigating.
Girl Struck by Pellet at Play in Bay
On 05/19/2014, at 1427 hrs, a resident
in the 27000 block of Osborn called Bay
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May 29 - June 4, 2014
Avon Track Team Celebrates WSC 4-Peat
champs included Corey Herman (800), John DeMarco
The Avon High boys track team captured the
(400) and Austin Fasciana (1,600). The three were also
West Shore Conference championships held at Rocky
part of two winning relays. Avon’s girls had one champ
River last week with 195.5 points to easily outdistance
in Mikayla Pierce, who won the shot put with 33-9.
runner up North Ridgeville at 116. It is the fourth
North Ridgeville football sensation Demario Mcstraight WSC title for the Eagles.
Call showed he has big time speed by taking the 100
Avon’s girls team also won with 147.5 points to
and 200 meter dashes. Jason Lucas won both hurdles
second place River’s 130.5 and Bay’s third place total
events and Jonah Bowden took both the shot put and
of 125.5.
discus.
It was a total team effort for Avon’s boys. The
A highlight for the boys came in the 3,200. Nick
boys won three of the four relay events (3,200, 800
Boatman of Lakewood set a 9:47.61 meet record.
and 1,600), and finished second in the 400. Individual
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Bay’s Olivia Bechtel won the 100, 22 and 400 meter dashes.
North Ridgeville
football sensation
Demario McCall
captured both
the 100 and 200
meter dashes and
anchored the 400
meter relay victory
for the Rangers.
Lakewood’s Nick Boatman leads the
field against second place Sean Kane
of Avon in the 3200. Boatman set a
meet record in 9:47.61.
108 Avon’s John DeMarco crosses the
finish line in first for the winning 4 x 4000
meter relay win for the Eagles.
Bay’s Amanda Cusimano (5;15.90) edges
Chloe Bierut of Rocky River in the 1600 meter run.
Bay Village Blues
continued from page 5
Police to report her 6 year old daughter was struck by a pellet of
some sort while they were playing at Play In Bay the evening before. There was another person who also reported being hit by a
pellet while at the park. Police are investigating, and asking anyone
who may have witnessed either of these incidents to contact them
at 440-871-1234.
Close Your Garage Door
On 05/20/2014, at 0748 hrs, a resident in the 29000 block of
Wolf Rd. reported his son’s bicycle had been stolen from their attached garage sometime overnight. The owner admitted that he
did leave the overhead door open. While the officer was speaking
with the victim, another officer located the bike, undamaged, on
Inverness Dr. The bike was returned to the owner.
continued on page 7
Avon’s Austin Fasciana wrapped
up his WSC career with a win in
the 1600 (4:27).
Avon’s Corey Herman won the 800 in 2:03.18,
edging Bay’s Matt Orr.
Rae Ann Walk
Supports West
Shore Career
Technical District
Rae Ann Nursing and Senior facilities along Detroit Road in Westlake held
their annual fundraiser walk last Tuesday to raise donations for the West Shore
Career Technical District. For the last 10
years, the West Shore Technical District
has worked with Rae Ann Suburban in a
job training program to prepare students
with special needs to enter the workplace.
Rocky River freshman Laura DeVito
set a meet record of
2:16.48 in the 800
to better the mark of
2:18.88 lodged by
Rocky River’s Madi
Connelly in 2013.
Avon’s Michael Nose anchors the Eagle 4 x 200 meter relay win.
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May 29 - June 4, 2014
Beardens Welcomes
Crushers to Little
League Night
Beardens Restaurant created a special evening for
Rocky River Little Leaguers by hosting a “meet and greet”
with the The Lake Erie Crushers on Tues., May 13. The idea
came from a 1962 Beardens Rocky River Little League picture and letter that was sent to owner Jim Griffiths thanking
Beardens for sponsorship and it’s delicious Bearden burgers...truly, a winning combination!
The Crushers answered baseball questions, signed autographs and offered great inspiration to the little leaguers.
Beardens Coach Tim Piai stated, “It’s great to be coaching
such an iconic local team.” Play Ball!
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Dana Banyasz, AAMS®
574 Dover Center Road, Bay Village, OH 44140 | (440) 808-0139
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Suspicious Vehicle
On 05/13/2014, at 2004 hrs, a resident in the 28000
block of Osborn called to report a suspicious vehicle parked
on Beach Lane. The caller stated the vehicle had been parked
there for a while and the driver had a camera with him. Officers responded to the area and spoke with the driver. He was
sitting in his car waiting for a meeting to start at the church.
He did not have a camera with him. BVPD reminds residents
to please call immediately if the observe suspicious activity.
House Burglarized
On 05/16/2014, at 1541 hrs, a Bexley resident called
BVPD to report her house had been burglarized. Police arrived on scene and discovered entry had been forced into
the house, and numerous items were stolen. Officers conducted a canvass of the neighborhood, and located witnesses who stated they saw a W/M, approx. 5 feet 6 inches with
a moustache, wearing a black hoodie and black baggy pants
walking around the neighborhood at approximately 0815
hrs. in the morning. One resident stated a male matching the
description had knocked on her door around that time, and
when she answered, the male stated he was looking for his
dog. When she responded “no”, he left the area. Police have
developed suspects in the case, but are still investigating.
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Pan Seared Shrimp, Romano Crusted Eggplant,
Black Pepper Cream Sauce
CRISPY CHEESE RAVIOLI
With Cream Horseradish and Pomodoro Sauces for Dipping
CLASSIC MANHATTAN
Makers Mark Bourbon, Sweet Vermouth and Bitters,
served on the rocks
ROASTED GARLIC, SPINACH & ARTICHOKE DIP
ITALIAN MARGARITA
*Cooked to order. Consuming raw or undercooked meats,
poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk
of foodborne illness, especially in certain medical conditions. If you have a food allergy, please speak to the owner,
manager, chef or your server.
Cuervo Gold Tequila, Amaretto and Fresh Sweet
and Sour, served on the rocks
Cocktail menu where legally available.
Served warm with Parmesan Flatbread
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