Norwalk store closing, Cedar Point ticket giveaway, bosshole alert and more
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jun 27, 2013 at 10:07 PM
The Colonial Flavor of Norwalk
Nice piece by Richard Zimmeraman, an architecht, in the Examiner, about the colonial influences on Norwalk architecture, including a cool slide show featuring shots of the Huron County Courthouse, the old jail and downtown. It opens like this: As you travel the rural roads that wend their way over the gently rolling terrain of northern Ohioamong crops and farms and manufactories, you might encounter a number of establishments containing ‘Firelands’ in their names — or perhaps come upon one of the many small landmark signs welcoming you to the Firelands, established in 1792. For here, more than 700 miles from the Colonial coasts of Revolutionary America, you will be surveying a historical remnant of our nation’s founding.
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Don’t be a bosshole
Main Street Norwalk on Facebook: This is a great topic! Too many people don't realize how they can destroy not only trust and respect, but also someone's self esteem and confidence! Great tips to keep in mind. Thanks The Locals Love You More for sharing!
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Win Cedar Point Tickets
Jill Bauer on Twitter linked to Lake Erie Shores and Islands Cedar Point ticket giveaway:
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UpCycled, The “Eclectic Boutique”, will soon be shutting it’s doors for good. This from a Facebook posat:
And the mark downs continue...Open this Thursday and Friday 11-5 and Saturday 11-4. We also brought out lots of Christmas decor and priced it to sell. Red tag prices are now an additional 15% off and everything else is another 30% off. Come in before it's gone.