My Beautiful Home Show

May 28, 2016

Tim Eberhardt, owner of the House of Eberhardt, in the Portage Lakes, says that advanced planning of your funeral is a must. You don't necessarily  have to pay up front, but it's a great idea to get your wishes down in writing so that your family knows what to do. If you do want to pre-fund your funeral, it is full guaranateed through state regulated insurance policies.  The prepayment insurance is totally controled by the customer. Tim is available for free consultations. Give him a call at 330.644.5005 or visit his website.

In honor of the official start of the grilling season, Dave Halaby from Heather's Heat & Flavor brought in several tasty items from the store. Heather's is the place to get all your grilling needs. They stock nearly 400 hot sauces, plus many rubs and barbecue sauces.   Heather's is located in Hudson in the First & Main shopping area. For more information: Heather's Heat & Flavor or 330.653.5131

Bruce Miller, the Well Doctor can heal practically any well ailment. Bruce says that most wells aren't adequately maintained.  Simple maintenance can reduce water odor and bad taste.  Well Doctor has well cameras that allow Bruce the ability to go underground to see what is actually going on.  For more information call Bruce at 330-815-2471 or visit website

Hillary Ash is the grand daughter of Garth Andrews.  Her studio in located on the second floor of the Garth Andrews facility on Cleveland Massilon Rd.  Hillary has art classes for children and adults.  The really interesting is the art class event.  Folks can have a painting class for a party or club activity.  Hillary has painting classes for retired adults who want to add a new dimension to their retired life.  For more information call Colorful Canvas at or visit the  website

May 21, 2016

Steve Berry, the Sheriff of Summit County reminded listeners to be careful when working in their yards.  If you have your garage open, keep the door into your home securely locked.  Don't broadcast to the entire neighborhood your vacation plans, some bad guy or kid might be listening.  The Summit County Sheriff' and the Rubber City Radio Group including WAKR on June 18 will sponsoring a free no questions asked, no drivers licences or car registrations or wants or warrants will be checked, just your car for safety. No citations will be issued.  For more information call 330-643-2111 or visit the website.  Also the Summit County Prosecutor office is have a Self Defense class on May 26. For more information visit the website.

Chris Stranahan, owner of Wild Birds Unlimited on Howe Ave is having a celebration, a Cicada Celebration and a Cicada Hike.  May 28, the naturalist at the store will give a presentation celebrating the emergence of Brood V of the 17 year cicadas.  On June 11, join the naturalist for a tour and a talk at Chestnut Hill Park, 2613 Sackett Ave, Cuyahoga Falls.  Chris also reminded us that the hummingbirds are coming back as well as the Baltimore Orioles.  Visit the Wild Birds Unlimited store for feeder and advice on attracting both birds to your yard.  For more information call 330-922-4990 or visit the website.

Clyde McDaniel, an independent  producer and videographer has produce a video the cronicals old time hardware stores in Summit county.  Clyde plans to make that the first in a series of videos entitled Ye Old Neighborhood., a series of reminiscence of life in the '50s. Watch the video at the Akron Public Library or on YouTube.   The next video will include neighborhood drug stores with soda fountains.  Clyde said that there aren't many left so he will include a paint store in this video. Clyde is always looking for volunteers and other types of support include financial.  To contact Clyde McDaniel call 330-785-8576 or email him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


May 14, 2016

Mary Beth Breckenridge, Home Writer for the Akron Beacon Journal is also a Master Gardner.  Mary Beth says that tickets are available for the Master Gardeners of Summit County annual Tour of Gardens. The Tour takes place on Saturday, June 25. There are 6 gardens on the tour.  If you are a patron there is a "secret" seventh garden. Tickets are available at the website or at local garden centers.  For information about becoming a master gardener, visit the website.

Christian Zimmerman an ordained pastor and retired TWA pilot recounted his days as a hijacked airline hostage for nearly a month in Lebanon in 1985. After an number of trips back and forth across the Mediterranean, from Lebenon to Algeria, the passengers and pilots were help another 16 day before being released.  On his return to the United States, Christian was able to meet with then president Ronald Reagan.  He received a hero's welcome when he returned to his home town of 1000 residents, with the governor of Idaho and all the major news outlets in attendance.  There some copies of his book still available on Amazon

Renee Zumpano, president  of Bath Volunteers for Service and her husband, Fred Zumpano owner of Fred Zumpano Design and Construction invited everyone to attend the Bath Home Tour.  The home tour is the biggest fund raiser for the Bath Volunteers.  There are 6 interesting homes and a bonus 17 acre garden. General admission tickets are $25, admission and lunch tickets are $35.  The 39th annual tour begins at 9:30, May 19 at Bath United Church of Christ, 3080 West Bath Road.  Reservations are a must. For more information, or to buy your tickets on line, visit the website


May 7, 2016

Bob Dohrety regional sales manager for  Wolff Bros  said that not all of the new LED light bulb have the same lifetime.  Many of the inexpensive and on sale bulbs are rated at half the life of the more expensive bulb.  The original style LED bulbs are rated at 25,000 hours.  The new inexpensive LED bulb are rated at 11,000 hours.  If you are buying a bulb for an installation that is difficult and expensive, you will want one that lasts a long, long time.  Be sure to check the lifetime estimate on the package.  Wolff Bros has become a Cambria counter top prefered distributor.  Wolff Bros. is a distributor of kitchen, bathroom, plumbing, HVAC and electrical supplies. You can visit Wolff Bros showroom at anytime but to talk to an interior designer it is best to call 330.773.1072 for an appointment  or visit the website.

Chuck Buechle of Mouldings One says his company can reproduce just about any moulding needed in a home renovation project. The company also makes new mouldings, doors, butcher block counter tops and even cutting boards out of many different species of wood.  The company also has a showroom in Burton. For more information, call 440.834.3420 or visit the website.

Ellen Otto and Farmer Dennis McEndree invited listeners to visit Crown Point Ecology Center during the annual plant sale.  These locally raised plants are certified 100% organic.  The sale is from May 13 throught May 27.   Crown Point also has a Summer Farm & Science Camp for kids.  Crown Point is located at 3220 Ira Road in Bath. For more information call 330.668.8992 or visit the website 

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