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Sam Barnhart's Oberland Park Project

Sam Barnhart opened the Newbury Township Trustees Meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance.  Sam is on his way to becoming an Eagle Scout.  As part of his project, he built a a patio, 2 benches and installed a grill at Oberland Park.  Sam had to raise the money for his project as well as do the work. The Trustees presented Sam with a plaque for our gratitude and appreciation  for a job well done.  His parents, Gary and Judy were with him to accept the plaque. 

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  • Veterans Park

    In 2006 Newbury Township Trustees purchased the 3.3 acre lot at the intersection of Route 87 and Auburn Road.  Their collective dream was not only to create a defining landmark but also an enduring memorial honoring our resident's service to their country. Like everyone; the Township has had to deal with the harsh realities of an ever changing economy and while this vision became tabled we never lost sight of our goal.

  • Heating Assistance Available

    Geauga County Job and Family Services provides several program to help low-income individuals and families needing assistance with the cost of heating their home.  They are accepting applications Monday through Friday 8 am to 4:30 pm for the Home Energy Assistance Program, Winter Crisis Program, Community Services Block Grant and the Prevention, Retention and Contingency Program.   Applications are available at 12480 Ravenwood Dr., Munson Township  or call 440-285-9141

  • Munn Cemetery

    Over the last few years Munn Cemetery has been the site of some extensive personal landscaping by friends and families of individuals buried there.  The cemetery regulation are, as follows: Planting may be made at the East side of the stone (on the grave) not exceeding a distance of two feet total from the marker. Ground cover is not permitted beyond the two-foot distance from the marker and will be cut as necessary.

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Kelli Hanley Potts graduated from Newbury High School in 1993. She has done it all, pantry cook, event manager, farmer to Vice Present of Sales and Marketing. After moving back to Newbury, she enrolled in the Bad Girls Venture Program, and was awarded a low interest loan to start her business.

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