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40 Beachwood Buzz
July 2016
Thursday, July 7 ­ Monday, July 11
13429 Cedar Road · Cleveland Heights · 216-397-7671 · M-F 10-6 · Sat 10-5
If it's summer time,
it must be vacation time.
· Frame all of those pictures that are on your phone!
· Create a shadowbox of the shells collected on the beach.
· Make a collage of items collected from a special trip.
· Create a special thanks for your vacation host.
AMP Fitness to go
"Bonkers for Burpees"
AMP Fitness will go "Bonkers
for Burpees" this summer to help
support the Special Olympics of
At an Olympic-themed event
on August 7, AMP owner and
certified personal trainer Larry Te-
dor will attempt to add his name
to the Guinness Book of World
Records for performing the most
burpees in a one-minute time pe-
riod. Tedor will be looking to break
Lee Ryan's world record of 46
burpees, performing each burpee
according to the strict Guinness
World Records guidelines.
In addition to the main event,
the day will feature health-related
activities and games and serve
as a fundraiser for the Special
Olympics of Ohio, which provides
year-round sports training and
competition opportunities for
children and adults with intellec-
tual disabilities. The state chapter
has approximately 200 member
organizations and more than
23,000 athletes who are in training
and competition.
"We are always looking for
opportunities to give back to
the community," said Tedor, who
opened AMP Fitness in 2009. "Our
family has been affected by Down
syndrome, cerebral palsy, autism
spectrum disorder and learning
differences, so partnering with
the Special Olympics is a natural
fit. This started out as an Olym-
pic-themed customer apprecia-
tion day, but decided we wanted
to make it bigger so that we could
support a great cause."
In keeping with the Olympic
theme, sponsorship opportuni-
ties are available at three levels
­ bronze, silver and gold ­ with
recognition on AMP's website
and social media pages, signage
at the event and sponsors' logos
on event T-shirts all available,
depending on the sponsorship
Financial donations, either in a
set amount or on a per-burpee ba-
sis, will also be accepted, with 100
percent of the money raised going
to the Special Olympics of Ohio.
"On behalf of everyone at
Special Olympics Ohio, Greater
Cleveland, thank AMP Fitness and
the Tedor Family for their tremen-
dous support of our program,"
said spokesman Jeff Vermillion.
"The training and competition
opportunities for our 4,000 ath-
letes in the Greater Cleveland area
would not be possible without the
ongoing support of local business-
es, partners and friends of Special
To learn more about spon-
sorship opportunities and how
you can support the event, call
AMP Fitness at 216.831.3674 or
email AMP
Fitness is located at 23436 Com-
merce Park in Beachwood.
Congratulations to Dee Wolk
Congratulations to Dee Wolk, Founder and Cre-
ator of No Diet Weight Solution®, on being recog-
nized by The National Association of Entrepreneur-
ship for her entrepreneurial skills. Wolk received the
organization's socially exceptional "Building and
Serving Community" award at its NAE 250 Awards
Program on May 27. This award recognizes Wolk
and her business as a shining example of what is right about American
free enterprise.
Stratton Speaker Series Welcomes
Rabbi Robert Nosanchuk
Stratton House Condominiums has created the
Stratton Speaker Series in response to resident
requests. A one-hour format was designed to
address a diverse range of interests. Rabbi Rob-
ert Nosanchuk, Senior Rabbi at Anshe Chesed
Fairmount Temple, is a well-known figure, active
in the secular community as well as a religious
leader. He will be speaking at 7 pm, Monday, July 18, in the
Stratton House ground-floor Social Room at 22655 Chagrin Bou-
levard, Beachwood. Condo residents and non-residents alike are
welcome, but be sure to reply to or call
216.417.5244 to guarantee adequate seating as capacity is limited.
Refreshments will be served.
Cinema at the Square
July 28 ­ August 14
Now in its nineteenth year, Cinema at the Square recreates the nos-
talgic movie-going experience of the 1950's and 60's when the Connor
Palace was one of Downtown Cleveland's premier movie theaters.
Each film is shown on a massive 20' high x 47' wide screen using an
original 35mm reel-to-reel projector operated by a skilled projectionist.
And to top it off, even the ticket prices are retro at just $5 per person.
For the complete lineup, visit
Tickets are available at the Playhouse Square Ticket Office, by phone at
216.241.6000 and online at