[EDITOR'S NOTE: Next Level Fitness Academy's ribbon-cutting ceremony, scheduled for Wednesday, has been canceled. A new date has not yet been set.]
Kravitz Deli sold about 150 box lunches in August. Jack Kravitz, president of Kravitz Deli, added a donation to present a $500 check to Lori Shandor, CEO of the Animal Welfare League of Trumbull County. The check was presented last week at the deli, 3135 Belmont Ave.
“It was so fantastic to partner with Kravitz Deli for National Deli Month,” Shandor said in a news release. “The funds raised will help us continue our work on behalf of the abused, neglected and unwanted animals in Trumbull County. It is looking like we will take in more animals in 2021 than we have in the past five years.”
Kravitz Deli will continue its support of the AWL on National Sandwich Day during the first week of November. Customers who stop in that week and donate to the AWL will be eligible for a chance to win free sandwiches for a year. Weather permitting, the AWL will have an information table and adoptable dogs outside the deli, the release states.
Valley businesses give Camp Stambaugh a face-lift
Dearing Compressor donated skilled labor for repairs around the camp. Workers replaced cabin floors, restored fences, reconstructed an obstacle course, restored the council fire ring seating, painted the exterior of the camp museum and performed general maintenance.
Boardman Steel’s head engineer, Jared Fink, designed, built and erected a new gate at the Akela Camp entrance and fencing designed to match existing entrance gates in the main camp.
Boardman Steel previously provided the design, materials and labor for other structures at the camp. Past work includes bridges over Indian Creek, the All-Denominations Chapel, the new camp entrance gates to celebrate the 100th Anniversary Celebration of Stambaugh and a new hammock site. The company also donated trail bikes.
Next Level Fitness to celebrate opening of third location
HOWLAND — Next Level Fitness Academy will celebrate the opening of its third location, 160 Clifton Ave. NE, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 4 p.m. Wednesday.
Next Level Fitness is a gym that focuses on workouts, nutrition, accountability and community for all walks of life, a news release states.
“You’ve never experienced a fitness facility like Next Level,” the release states. “If you want to become a better version of yourself, you need our workouts, our meal plans and our love for holding each other accountable as a community. All of the above principles can be transferred outside of the gym, helping with health, determination, accountability, routine, work-ethic, etc. Our instructors specialize in teaching individuals at all stages of the health and fitness spectrum, including individuals at the very beginning stages of transforming themselves.”
Columbia Gas of Ohio launches mobile app
COLUMBUS — Columbia Gas of Ohio has launched a mobile app that closely mirrors the functionality available on its website, including bill payment, management of enrollments in paperless billing, autopay and budget plans, usage records and billing history.
The mobile app also includes the new start, stop and move self-service feature.
“Our customer experience is at the heart of what we do at Columbia Gas of Ohio. We are here for our customers, and that includes ensuring our customers can interact with us on their terms,” Vince Parisi, Columbia Gas president and COO, said in a news release. “Mobile apps offer another channel for customers to conveniently pay their bill and handle routine transactions.”
For more information about the mobile app, click here.
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