MEDINA – Kids got to play a giant Candy Land game, dip marshmallows in a chocolate fountain, cool off with a snow cone or squirt from the water park and see their hard work pay off with the performance of their own rap songs at the annual Let’s Make a
MEDINA –– Kids ran around at Ray Mellert Park and squealed as they went through the splash pad Saturday. The smell of grilled hot dogs and cotton candy filled the air as volunteers checked in people for the annual Kandy Land Karnival that closed out this season’s Let’s Make a
Ward 1 City Council member Laura Parnell, right, and Michelle Powell talk Tuesday with kids involved with Lets Make a Difference about local government and doing well in school. MEDINA — Michelle Powell has been making a difference in the lives of children for the last 18 years. Powell, the
Let’s Make a Difference Summer Enrichment Program June 18 – August 1 Kandee Land Karnival August 4 from 1 – 5 pm at Ray Mellert Park Let’s Make a Difference (LMAD), a Medina non-profit (501c3) organization, is preparing for its annual summer enrichment program for elementary age students who live
MEDINA — If the responses of 12 children at the Medina County Fair on Wednesday are a guide, the next generation is in no short supply of future firefighters, artists and princesses.
The Medina mother of two left her problems with drugs behind and became a role model running three youth programs in the city.
MEDINA, Ohio – It couldn’t have been easy for a gaggle of sixth- and seventh-graders to keep a secret on a 20-minute walk, but somehow they managed not to spill the beans.
MEDINA, Ohio – Michelle Powell knows something about building a community. For the past 16 years, she’s used her summertime Let’s Make A Difference program at the Union Square housing complex to encourage low-income children to work hard, dream big and be accountable.