Rider Bridget Kadusky with horse leader Courtlin Reed

Medina Creative Housing Equestrian Olympics

Medina Creative Housing and Medina Creative Therapy Ranch invited the public to attend yet another inaugural event April 19, when the First Annual Special Olympics Horse Show and Competition was presented at the Therapy Ranch, 5200 Lake Road, in Medina. Under the guidance of MCTR Director Sharon Biggins, The Ranch, in partnership with Medina County…

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Guests Chris Murphy and Anne Murphy as Bullwinkle and Rocky

North of the Border

“North of the Border,” this year’s theme for the 9th Annual Raising the Roof Dinner and Entertainment Charity Benefit for Medina Creative Housing, provided its 350 guests with a truly Canadian experience. The evening began with a one-hour VIP Sponsor reception in the “Canadian Club” where a special thank you was extended to $1,000+ sponsors.…

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Gold Medal Winner

Congratulations to Medina Creative Housing Resident Adam Biggins and Medina Creative Accessibility employee Ashley Biggins on winning the gold medal in team bowling at the National Special Olympics in El Paso Texas.

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Life Skills Lodge Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening

January 27 was a bitterly cold day with several inches of new snow, but the sun was shining brilliantly on yet another Medina Creative Housing event, the ribbon cutting and grand opening of the Medina Creative Housing Life Skills Lodge on Lake Road in Medina. MCH CEO Dianne DePasquale-Hagerty welcomed the crowd of supporters to…

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New Medina Creative Housing Lodge Assists with Life Skills

Medina Creative Housing has opened a new facility to help people with disabilities learn skills that will enable them to live more independently. Creative Housing’s staff, volunteers and people benefiting from the life-skills program gathered Tuesday at the new Life Skills Training Lodge, 5200 Lake Road, Lafayette Township, for a ribbon-cutting ceremony. “This lodge is…

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Giving Thanks Challenge Issued for Donating to Local Nonprofits

Giving Thanks Challenge Issued for Donating to Local Nonprofits Local nonprofits affected by funding cuts are banding together with the Medina County Community Fund to help raise money lost and keep programming intact. On Saturday, the Medina County Community Fund launched the Giving Thanks challenge, asking local leaders, officials and community members to donate money…

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