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Published: February 1, 2017 12:00 AM

Hudson Kiwanis

announces

scholarship

program

Hudson Kiwanis is pleased to announce the 2017 Scholarship program.

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Three scholarships, each valued at $3000, are offered for high school seniors. Two are Memorial Scholastic Scholarships; one is students enrolled in the Six District Educational Compact.

Applicants for these scholarships must be a Hudson resident and a graduating senior from an accredited high school.

Scholarship applications are available on the Kiwanis website, www.HudsonKiwanis.com.

Applications are due before March 3.

Hudson Kiwanis, founded in 1951, continues to serve the Hudson Schools and community. In addition to the scholarship program, Hudson Kiwanis has funded over $1,000,000 for various school and community programs since 2000.

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To learn more about Hudson Kiwanis, visit www.HudsonKiwanis.com.

Enjoy

'Porridgegate' at

HHS Feb. 10-12

The Hudson High School Drama Department presents its Children's Play, "Porridgegate" by Charlie Lovett on Feb. 10 and 11 at 7 p.m. and Feb. 12 at 2 p.m. in the high school auditorium.

The play is directed by Sergio Iriarte.

Tickets are available at the door.

When a bowl of porridge goes missing, scandal breaks out in the forest. Laugh along with this fractured fairy tale featuring Goldie Locks and The Three Little Pigs.

Breast Cancer

Support Group meets Feb. 3

The Breast Cancer Support Group will meet Feb. 3 at 12:30 p.m. in the Luther Room at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church located at 2113 Ravenna St., Hudson.

Anyone newly diagnosed, in active treatment or having a history of breast cancer is welcome to attend.

Please bring a bag lunch. For more information, contact Jenny Lovano at lovano@roadrunner.com.

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Dinner Feb. 11

HUDSON -- Spend an evening at The Red Twig, 5245 Darrow Road experiencing the story behind Valentine's Day as told through delectable dishes. Chefs Rick Carson and David Holland present six courses with an Amuse bouche, each plate representing a portion of St. Valentine's Story.

Carson (Nosh) and Holland (Copper Pot) combine their creativity to explore the art of story telling through food. Each course will be presented with the Chef's interpretation of the the story and explanation of the presentation. The story will be accompanied by a series of plated dishes with titles such as "Romance," "Secret Marriage," and "Imprisonment" with menu items and descriptions ranging from "Caged olympus Trout in a sweet potato and spun sugar cage" to "Beet Terrine, Moss Croutons, Pea Tendril and Fennel Forest." Indulge on the chef-inspired cocktails and select wine offering by Ken Evans of Purple Feet. Finish the evening with a decadent dessert and a selection of coffees provided by Scribbles Coffee Co. Gorgeous event rentals provided by Event Source of Cleveland.

To reserve your tickets call Nosh Eatery at 330-650-6674.

For more information please check the Facebook pages of Nosh, Copper Pot or The Red Twig.

Chef Rick Carson: Nosh, Classically trained in the culinary arts, Carson draws inspiration from his Chef Titles in the hotel and fine dining industry. Carson's travels through Europe, Philippines and the Caribbean lend global influences to his plates. With a passion for fresh, farm to table dishes, Carson has established an organic farm in Hudson to utilize in his establishment.

Chef David Holland: Classically trained in French cuisine, Holland has extensive experience in the chef world through hotels and fine dining establishments.

Holland fuses modern techniques with classic practices to honor his passion for fresh, locally produced ingredients lending to the creative, interactive style of his dishes.


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