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Ward 3 Quick Update August 10, 2018

Ward 3 Resident,

Just a quick update about all the fun things going on this weekend as part of celebrating our 200th Birthday as a City! Hope to see you and your families this weekend!

North Royalton Bicentennial Community Festival
August 10th-12th at the City Green. Read More.

North Royalton Bicentennial Community Festival Parade
North Royalton Community Festival Parade is on August 12th Steps off at 3:00pm from St. Albert the Great and proceeds down Ridge Rd. to the North Royalton High School.

North Royalton Bicentennial Community Festival Fireworks

Fireworks at dusk on August 12th

Learn about our City’s History
Across the street from the Bicentennial Community Festival on the City Green stop by the North Royalton Historical Society Museum located at 13759 Ridge Road during Festival on the following dates and times:

Friday, August 10, 6pm to 9pm
Saturday, August 11, 12 to 8pm
Sunday, August 12, 12 to 8pm

Learn more about North Royalton’s rich history the last 200 years by getting a tour of their museum.

The Historical Society will also be selling special limited edition Bicentennial Tee Shirts ($12 or 2 for $20) & Pennants ($5 or 2 for $8) available at the their museum. All proceeds benefit the North Royalton Historical Society efforts to preserve history of North Royalton and the museum. Cash and checks (with i.d. accepted). Sorry, no credit cards accepted. Any questions contact the Historical Society at nrhsnow@gmail.com and also you can follow them on Facebook @NRHistoricalSociety

Have a great weekend and Happy Birthday North Royalton!!

Dan Langshaw
Ward 3 Councilman
North Royalton City Council

Ward 3 E-Newsletter: September 2014

Greetings Ward 3 Resident,

Hope you and your family had a great Labor Day Weekend. Wow, the summer went by so fast and there is much to report.

Thank You!
I just wanted to thank all the Ward 3 Residents and our entire community for its recent support of the fifth annual Operation North Royalton Cares Program. Because of your continued generosity, we will be able to help a large number of families of students who are in need of basic school supplies in our community this year. What makes North Royalton such a great place to live is how we come together to help our friends and neighbors who are in need. I want to give special thanks to the North Royalton City School District, city of North Royalton Office on Aging & Human Services, North Royalton Kiwanis Club, North Royalton Library, North Royalton Branch of First National Bank, Royalton Recorder, The 3 Spot, North Royalton Family YMCA and all the other individuals who helped make this program a continued success! Thank you!

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