Oktubafest is the Jaycees' annual fall event. We bring a tuba band to Chagrin Falls. We have scarecrow stuffing, pumpkin painting and lots of treats including donuts, hot apple cider and hot cocoa!
This is one of the best happy hours every year!Join us on September 14, 2017 at 6:30 PM at South Russell Village Park on Bell StreetPlease RSVP on our Facebook PageThe Chagrin Valley Jaycees is both fun and rewarding, but you don't know until you know. While we have a large dedicated membership, we could always use more people to help us with our charitable endeavors. We want to show prospective members the fun side so please spread the word and bring a friend who might be interested in join...
In case you haven't seen our program, here's an electronic version of the complete Blossom Time schedule for your reference.
The 2017 edition of the Blossom Time Run is on for Sunday May 28, 2017 at the customary start time of 9:00 a.m.In order to register for either the 5.25 mile run / walk ($25) or the 1 mile run / walk ($25,) you have a few options.1. Register online 2. Fill out race form and returnThere's a third option to register at the Chagrin Falls Intermediate School Gym (77 East Washington St.
The greatest asset of this organization is the effort and quality of its volunteer force. There are still areas in need of support for Blossom weekend. Please take a look at the schedule below and reach out to the Manpower Chairmen (Mike Tomaro, Jason Zuber and Chris Dean) at firstname.lastname@example.org for fill-ins. Saturday, May 21, 2016 Fence Setup and Parade Bag Preparation 8:00am to 10:00am 1. Andrew Bencke 2. Jay Shubrook 3.
Kevin Foley: Kevin has 15 years of experience in the culinary industry. He has worked in the Columbus, Pittsburgh and Cleveland areas. He currently works for the Hyde park restaurant group as a multi-unit chef, helping design menus and opening of the new restaurants. Alonzo Norman: “Lonnie” has been a chef for over 35 years. He attended a Food Service Program out of the school known as the Betty Patton Room.
Coming Up Big, Topped with a Little Extra The once Chagrin Valley Chili-Cook Off, this year turned into the Chili-Brew Off exceeded expectations in many in a variety of different aspects. All fundraising goals related to providing costs for the Chagrin Falls Safety Town and the Shop-With-A-Cop program were accomplished. On top of this, the event this year saw record breaking numbers in attendants as well as proceeds. The event this year was held at the Family Life...
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Riverside Park Booths -Click Here for the River Side Park Booth Application The Taste of Chagrin Falls -Click here for the Taste of Chagrin Letter -Click here for the Taste of Chagrin Food Vendor Application -Click here for the Taste of Chagrin Food Truck Application
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11th Annual Chili Brew Off Come join the fun and sample the best chili the Valley has to offer from three distinct categories. The categories include Restaurants, Valley Service Groups, and Amateur's. The event is projected to host anywhere from 27 to 35 different chili recipes.
What you will need: 12 quarts to 20 quarts of your chili. Any and every ingredient can be utilized in your chili. Any and all additional items to compliment the chili is allowed and encouraged.
THIS FRIDAY EVENING! Chagrin Falls Lighting of the Greens at Triangle Park Friday, November 27, 7:00 PM Presented by the Chagrin Valley Jaycees and the Chagrin Valley Jaycees Charitable Foundation, kick off the holiday season by caroling, sipping hot cocoa and watching The Village transform into a beautiful historic Christmas town with the glow of holiday lights. We accept donation for Chagrin Falls Lighting of the Greens
Holiday Lights Sale Saturday, November 7, 2015 10 am to 12 noon Chagrin Falls Township Hall on Main Street The Chagrin Valley Jaycees will be selling all the old incandescent lights to the general public… We accept donation for Chagrin Falls Lighting of the Greens
It is indeed a sad day when the local newspaper condemns a volunteer organization without a legitimate basis. That may be bad enough but what adds insult to injury is when an unsigned opinion piece levies harsh criticism that strays far from the accurate reporting of fact and crosses the line into tabloid-like rumor and innuendo. The July 30 Times piece addresses the Chagrin Valley Jaycees’ decision to cancel the Kelly Miller Circus. Threatening comments were made to a telemarketing ...