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9/26/2013 - South Side Leader
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By Staff Writer

It’s a Breeze Travel moves to Springfield Township

SPRINGFIELD — It’s a Breeze Travel, a general travel agency, has moved from Cuyahoga Falls to 1578 Elm Grove Ave.

“Many people think that it is much easier and less expensive to use do-it-yourself travel websites, but It’s a Breeze Travel can assure you that’s simply not the case,” said owner Jennifer Kirsch, of Springfield.

Kirsch said using a travel agent offers value, choice, convenient one-stop shopping, customer advocacy, expert guidance, personalized service, time savings, trust and unbiased information.

Office hours are by appointment; call 330-212-4644.

For more information, visit www.itsabreezetravel.com.


SCCS offers free training on noting child abuse, neglect

SOUTH AKRON — State law requires that preschools and child care centers have a person trained in child abuse recognition and prevention on staff at all times, according to Summit County Children Services (SCCS) officials.

To help area child care providers fulfill this requirement, SCCS will offer a free three-hour review training on the topic of Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Oct. 5 from 9 a.m. to noon at SCCS headquarters, 264 S. Arlington St.

A free six-hour initial training will take place at SCCS Oct. 8 and 10 from 5:45 to 9 p.m. each evening; participants must attend both evenings to receive credit for this training.

These trainings, conducted by SCCS Community Educator Lisa Hamilton-Green, LSW, are specifically designed to meet the requirements for all child care employees, child care centers and Type A homes.

To register, visit www.summitkids.org, call Hamilton-Green at 330-379-2090 or email her at lgreen@summitkids.org.


Stephanie Kist and Maria Lindsay contributed to these reports.

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