Learned Owl hosts 'Polar Express' Pajama Party

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Learned Owl hosts

'Polar Express' party

The Learned Owl Book Shop, 204 N. Main St. in Hudson, will host a "Polar Express" themed pajama party Dec. 14 at 7 p.m. It will include a reading of the story, activity and snack. To register, call 330-653-2252.

Great Clips collecting for various groups

Great Clips of Hudson continues to offer several opportunities to help folks help others in need during the holiday season.

In partnership with the Cleveland Browns, Great Clips of Hudson is selling "Believe in Miracles" wristbands in Cleveland Browns orange for $2. All proceeds will benefit The Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital, and Great Clips will give a certificate good for $2 off a haircut to those who buy a bracelet. So far Great Clips of Hudson has donated more than $2,100 to the Children's Hospital.

Great Clips of Hudson is conducting its annual food drive to help families in need during this holiday season. Stop into Great Clips of Hudson in the Acme Plaza to donate non-perishable food items and Great Clips will provide a certificate good for $2 off a haircut in January or February.

Great Clips of Hudson is also matching all contributions to the Holiday Lighting Fund, dollar for dollar, up to $250 total. Stop into Great Clips to donate.

Hudsonite hired by

Congressman-elect

Congressman-elect David P. Joyce has named Hudsonite

Christyn Keyes as his communications director.

"Christyn grew up in the district and together we'll work hard to make sure we're effectively communicating with each and every constituent," Joyce said. "I look forward to an ongoing conversation with the people of northeast Ohio so that I can serve them to the best of my ability."

Prior to working for Joyce, Keyes worked at the National Republican Congressional Committee and for Congressman Steve Chabot. She graduated from Miami University in 2010 and Hudson High School in 2006. Christyn's parents, Greg and Sue Keyes, reside in Hudson.

Donate Toys for Tots

at Fifteen Spa

Through Dec. 14, customers can drop off new unwrapped toys in their regular packaging to Fifteen Spa, 15 S. College St. in Hudson, which is a drop-off site for the Toys for Tots campaign.

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