- 5K Walk/Run for Wellness
See you in May 2017! Check back soon for the 2016 results!
The goal of the 5K Walk/Run for Wellness is to promote positive health initiatives through educational and supportive programming, in order to address the wellness needs of residents throughout Stark County. Community Services of Stark County, Inc. is a not-for-profit social service/mental health agency founded in 1919 to serve needs in our community.
Congratulations to our 2015 Race winners!
Matt McConnell(16 minutes and 55 seconds!)
WOMEN MEN 12 AND UNDER
o 1st - Bethany McConnell
o 2nd - Ryann Edwards
o 3rd - Jacklyn Duffy
o 1st - Matt McConnell
o 2nd - Trevor Bowers
o 3rd - Kyle Bowers
o 1st - Joel Dodson
o 2nd - Devin Simon
o 3rd - Gus Rinehart-Pollock
We give a shout out to our sponsors who make this all possible!
FROM THE STANDS RUNNER SPRINTER MARATHON SIGNAGE SPONSOR
- Chase N Caden
- Community Canines -
Vera and Rafa
- Team Dornack
- Dan and Linda Fuline
- Hungry Howie’s
- Steve Ingram Regal Securities
- Soles Law Offices
-The Valli Family
-John and Becky Clark
- CSSC Marketing and Development
- Keith and Sarah Hochadel
-Little Flower Family
- Quest Recovery and Prevention
-Finish Line Motors
Mini Golf ▪ Mini Flights ▪ Mini Sliders ▪ Mini Cupcakes ▪ Win-A-Mini!
SeptemberFest 2014 was a fabulous evening of great fun, abundant food and drink, live music, mini-golf, and prizes! We also had fun on the go-cart track! THANKS to our sponsors: Sluggers & Putters, Winking Lizard Tavern, Thirsty Dog Brewery, Salvino Dolci Bakery, and Creative Source. Check out our photo album here!
Thank you to our sponsors who made this event possible!
Northwestern Mutual Akron/Canton
Dr. Jim and Donna Johns
Mike and Mary Lou Loudiana, Brian Hollinger and Jennifer Loudiana
Roger T. Duffy
Vic and Gail Valli
Schauer Group Inc.
Ray and Wendy Fete
Dan and Linda Fuline
New Day Counseling
Soles Law Offices
Senator Frank LaRose
Carrie Marceric/Anita Kociuruba
S.N. Warner Family Association
Dave and Jacci Adams
- Annual Dinner
At our 2015 Annual Dinner, Judge Eddie Elum regaled us with stories from the history of the Family Living Center. Judge Elum was a key personality in the founding of the FLC in 1993 and continues to be a strong supporter today. We are grateful to him beyond words for his invaluable contribution over the years! Also honored was Dr. Greg Feczko who was another partner in the birth of the FLC. Now retired, Dr. Feczko volunteers there, offering his handyman skills to keep things running smoothly. A plaque and a jacket bearing the title of “Dr. Fix-It” was bestowed upon him for his service as the Master of Plaster, the Saint of Paint, the Mayor of Repair, the King of the Wax Ring. Thank you, gentlemen, for your generosity toward the agency and our community!
A huge THANK YOU to Mr. David Baker, President of the Pro Football Hall of Fame for speaking words of appreciation over us at our 2014 Annual Dinner! Mr. Baker expressed the value of character in the game of football, but most importantly, in the bigger picture of life and the people we serve daily as we carry out our mission of HOPE to our community. We congratulate and THANK volunteer extraordinaire Joan Tomec who received special recognition for her years of selfless service at the Family Living Center!! Joan digs in the dirt, shovels snow, loves on our residents, and gives of herself in a most amazing way. Thank you, Joan, you have blessed many!
Our 2013 Annual Dinner Meeting was celebrated on May 21 at La Pizzaria Restaurant. Speaker Jim Tressel affirmed our mission of Giving Hope in his motivational speech, reminding us of the importance of serving in a selfless manner. View our 2012 Annual Report here.
The 2012 Annual Dinner featured speaker, Lisa Ryan, who focused on the value of gratitude in business and in life. The topic was very well received, especially given the good fortune we experienced as an agency in the prior year. Learn more about Lisa at www.grategy.com.
The 2011 Annual Dinner featured speaker, Taylor R. Pressler, BA, MA, Research Coordinator for the Center for IT Innovations in Healthcare at the Ohio State University Medical Center. Taylor shared an emotional speech about how the Family Living Center helped her find direction in her life at a time when she was most vulnerable. Read Taylor’s story in the Massillon Independent.
The Community Classic is a special event fund-raiser with a multiple purpose. It serves as a gathering place for our concerned community and business leaders. It is an opportunity to enhance our community through participation in a fun yet significant special event. This year’s event proceeds will benefit the Central Catholic High School Scholarship fund and our Family Living Center Homeless Shelter.
The Community Classic is held annually at Brookside Country Club in Canton on the first Monday in June.
Congratulations to our 2016 winners!
Longest Drive on Hole 2 – Tim Hudec
Closest to Pin on Hole 4 – Bob Belden 4’6”
Closest to Pin on Hole 7 – Wayne Shaw 11’ 3.5”
Closest to Pin on Hole 12 – John Belden – 13’4”
Closest to Pin on Hole 14 – Charlie Hickson – 2’11”
Longest Drive on Hole 17 – Steven Porter
Longest Drive on Hole 18 – Dale Howard
Team Best Ball – 1st Place – Walsh University team – Eric Belden, Dale Howard, Nick Paxos, Derrick Wyman
Team Best Ball – 2nd Place – Belden Brick team – Brian Belden, Bob Belden, John Belden – Robert Belden
Longest Drive on Hole 2 – Barry Bodenschatz
Closest to Pin on Hole 4 – Dick Giese – 15’10”
Closest to Pin on Hole 7 – Bob T. Belden – 13’
Closest to Pin on Hole 12 – Todd Locke – 10’5”
Closest to Pin on Hole 14 – Dave Oates – 3’3”
Longest Drive on Hole 17 – Tom Locke
Longest Putt on Hole 18 – Craig Yoder
Team Best Ball – Mercy Medical Center Team – Tom Cecconi, Jeff Herold, Brian Mertes, David StewartTeam Best Ball – 2nd Place – Individuals – Dan Fuline, Jordan Greenwald, Steve Ingram, Ernie Schott
- Continuing Education Workshops
Pyramid Training Services offers Continuing Education Workshops designed to satisfy credit requirements for Counselors, Social Workers, and other behavioral health professionals and to assist the staff of non-profit agencies. Our workshops are held at Goodwill Industries of Greater Cleveland and East Central Ohio , Inc., 408 Ninth Street SW, Canton, Ohio.
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What is Impact 1 Hundred?
Impact1Hundred is a Women’s Giving Circle of Community Services of Stark County Inc. The purpose of the group is to promote philanthropy and engage women in the charitable opportunities of the community. Also, we strive to raise awareness and lead members to become involved with a charity in a more personal way.
The concept of Impact1Hundred is simple. Annual donations of members are combined to award one large grant to fund a program or programs of Community Services. The group is open to all women of the community. The only requirements for membership are to be female and give and/or get $1,000 each year. Every dollar donated by the members is passed along to the selected program.
- Reverse Raffle
Thank you for supporting the 2015 Reverse Raffle. Congratulations to our winners, who split the $5,000 prize: Ryan Wade, Jane Timken, and Rick Hull! This event is held annually at Skyland Pines Golf Club and Event Center, 3550 Columbus Rd. NE, Canton, Ohio. We hope you will join us next spring!