Doing Big Things in a Small Town

The Suffield League's mission is to promote the small town ideals of our community, to nurture the spirit of volunteerism, and to give back to our town by providing opportunities for individuals and organizations to serve by sponsoring events and projects that benefit all.

Children's Easter Egg Hunt - This event gives all the children of our community a chance to meet the Easter Bunny and find the hundreds of colorful eggs which are then turned in for prizes and treats.

Memorial Day Ceremony and Parade - In this community tribute to our military, veterans honor our servicemen during a ceremony at the town hall followed by a large parade featuring local school groups, scouts, sports clubs, churches, and a wide variety of other groups and organizations.

Suffield Music Festival - The Suffield Music Festival, our largest event of the year, offers a series of outstanding musical groups, a beer garden, a wide selection of food, games and inflatables for the children, a 5K run, a car show, a poker run, and other displays featuring local groups. This two day event, held in August at the Lion's Park, continues to grow in popularity and provides a great opportunity for local organizations to unite and work together for this celebration.

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Santa in Suffield - All local children are invited to see Santa arrive on a fire engine, and then come into the festive setting of the town hall to sit with him and share their Christmas wish list. Parents may take pictures and share in the fun as members of the Suffield League hand out gifts to all the children.

Laugh at the Lake - A fundraiser held in February at Paradise Lake Golf Banquet Center. A dress-up event including a buffet dinner and live entertainment.

Flag Display - The Suffield League makes sure the flag of the United States is displayed along our roadways for Memorial Day, Flag Day, and the Fourth of July holidays.

Suffield Cares - The Suffield League is proud to be a partner of Suffield Cares, which provides for those in need in our community.

All events are offered to the community free of admission and are designed to build community spirit. In addition to these events we also help community organizations raise funds at their events by performing such services as providing and staffing casino night games and activities or by providing staging or children's games.

Won't you consider joining the Suffield League and help us promote our town? We meet at 7:00 PM in the town hall the first Sunday of each month.

Contacts:

  • Terry Ginn 330.472.6483
  • Tom Calcei 330.628.2437
  • Kyle Kreiner 330.628.1580
  • Duane Eddy  330.203.6452
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           Above are members of the Suffield Leauge that worked to make the 2019 Christmas With Santa a reality.

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  • Above are the members of the Suffield League that made the 2018 Christmas With Santa a huge success.
  • Back Row: Misty Atkins, Beth Clute, Terry Chitty, Mason Evans, Tom Calcei, Kylie Calcei, Abbie Edwards, Ken Knapp, Chad Savage, Katelyn Brockelman

    Front Row: Bill Evans, Santa (Pete Einloth), Kathy Kreiner, Sally Knapp, Kyle Kreiner, Terry Ginn

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  • Above are some of the members of the Suffield League that made the 2017 Christmas With Santa a huge success. 

    Those responsible for putting on the 2017 Christmas With Santa are:  left to right....Kylie Calcei, Tom Calcei, Erika Skinner, Sally Knepp (Mrs Claus), Mason Evans, Kathie Kreiner, Abbie Edwards, Pete Einloth (Santa Claus), Ken Knepp, Kyle Kreiner, Terry Chitty, Beth Clute, Scott Chitty, Terry Ginn and Duane Eddy.


     

     

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A lot of work goes into planning and implementing an event like Christmas With Santa.  The Suffield League has been up to the task for many years.  The people pictured above are only part of the volunteers that make it happen in 2016. 

Seated from left to right:  Abbie Edwards, Brittney Benson, Santa (Dave Einloth), Duane Eddy, and Kyle Kreiner.

Standing from left to right:  Terry Ginn, Courtne Benson, Colleen Taylor, Vicki Knapp, Sally Knepp, Kylie Calcei, Tom Calcei, and Bruce Woodring.

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(L to R):  Pauline Persons, Stan Piatt, Kylie Calcei, Steve Jones and Terry Ginn at the 2017 Suffield League Memorial Day Parade.

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Historical Society Meets On Sunday February 16th

The Suffield Township Historical Society will meet on Sunday, February 16.   The Mogadore Historical Society will be joining us.  They will share the many connections our two towns have.  We will meet in the Suffield Community Room.  The Museum doors will be open for visits at 2:15 p.m. There will be a short STHS meeting held at 3:45 p.m. with the Mogadore program commencing at 4:00 p.m.   Everyone is invited to attend and share fun and neighboring experiences.  There will be light refreshment served.  For more information, contact Elizabeth Vence at 330-354-3625.

Girls Basketball

Falcons End Season With OT Loss To Triway, Mogadore Girls Lose To LCCS

The Field girls opened the OHSAA tournament with Triway on Saturday February 15th and came away losers by a 39-38 score in overtime.  Not much seemed to go right for the Falcons, who played their second game without the vacationing Sydney Kline. Cassie Spaite got the start and did hit two three pointers that were sorely needed.  Maria Sziva scored 22 points, but shot about a million times to do so.  She was 11 of 14 at the free throw line.  Field closes out the season at 13-10, while Triway moves on with a 9-14 record.      

Mogadore (7-15) closed out their regular season with a 42-38 loss to Lake Center Christian School on Wednesday February 12th.  The loss dropped the Wildcat girls to 7-15 on the year and 3-9 in the Portage Trail Conference County Division race.  Carley Hickle had 13 points for Mogadore.  The Wildcats open their OHSAA tournament run with a home game against Jeromesville-Hillsdale on Wednesday February 19th at 7:00 PM.  

The drawings for the OHSAA tournament were done on Sunday February 2nd.  Field was seeded #8 in the Uniontown Division II District.  They will play #9 seeded Triway on Saturday February 15th at 1:00 PM in Brimfield.   The Mogadore girls are seeded #8 in the Creston Division IV District and will play #9 seeded Jeromesville-Hillsdale on Wednesday February 19th at 7:00 PM in Mogadore.

 

Boys Basketball

Field Destroys Springfield 64-41, Mogadore Blasts Windham 97-57

The Field Falcons (3-18) celebrated Senior Night by thoroughly whipping Springfield 64-41 before a fairly large and very partisan crowd.  Seniors Nevada Lowden and Mason Campanelli led the way of the Falcons.  Campanelli scored 12, as did junior Zack Davis.  Sophomore Xander Rorrer added nine points and a team-high 10 rebounds.  Earlier in the year, the Falcons went to Springfield and lost by a 40-38 score in a game that termed as ugly.  The win is Field's third of the year and it raises their Portage Trail Conference Metro Division record to 2-11.  Field closes out the regular season by taking that long trip two counties away to play Cloverleaf in Lodi on Friday February 21st at 7:00 PM.   

The Mogadore (17-3) won their 8th straight with an impressive 97-57 win over the Windham Bombers on Saturday February 15th.  Everyone on the Mogadore team played and most scored.  Lukas Swartz hit another seven three pointers and finished with 29 points, this coming after Friday night's 34 points and eight three pointers.  Also in double figures for the Wildcats were Aaron Morris, who seems to have found his three point range again, and David Wolverton, who had 14 points, including two three pointers.  The Wildcats play at home against the Ravenna Ravens on Tuesday February 18th at 7:00 PM.   

The boys OHSAA tournament drawings were held on February 9th and the Field Falcons were the #13 seed in the Stow Division II District.  They will open the tourney at #4 seeded Gilmour Academy on Tuesday February 25th at 7:00 PM.   Mogadore drew the #2 seed in the Norton Division IV District and will open with a home game against the winner of the Rittman (#7 Seed) and Cuyahoga Heights (#10 seed) game.  Mogadore's game will be on Friday February 28th at 7:00 PM.

 

Trustees Name Bryon Wine To Tax Incentive Review Council

A longtime figure in Suffield Township politics, Paul Young, recently moved from the township to Hartville and has resigned his seat on the Tax Incentive Review Council.  The Suffield Township Board of Trustees on January 14th appointed Bryon Wine to fill Young's vacant seat.  The TIRC meets yearly, or as needed, to review tax abatements that have been negotiated between a business and the Portage County Board of Commissioners.  

 

BZA Elects Andy Grow Chairman For 2020

The Suffield Township Board of Zoning Appeals met on Tuesday January 21st  for their annual Re-organizational Meeting and elected new officers for 2020.  Taking some sound advice from long-time member Don Monroe, the BZA elected Andy Grow as chairman and Vickie Vincent as vice chairman.  A hearing on property located at 1205 Martin Road followed with the Board granting a variance to Gerald Altizer, allowing him to purchase property from his neighbor and combine it with his lot, thus creating one larger parcel.  The BZA voted 5-0 in favor of this matter.

Zoning Commission Re-Organizes For 2020

The Suffield Township Zoning Commission met on Wednesday January 8th for their regular monthly meeting and for their annual Re-Organizational meeting.  The Commission elected John Yeargin as its Chairman and Jim Lutz as their Vice Chairman.

 

License Plate Renewals

When buying new license plates, or renewing them, be sure the registrar at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles knows that you live in Suffield Township.  If you simply state your address as Mogadore, the road tax funds, which should go to Suffield Township, will go to Mogadore Village, due to your zip code.  Keep your tax money in the township!

 

Suffield Township Website Passes 480,000 Visitors Since April 1, 2015

As of February 13, 2020, Suffield Township's website had 480,852 visitors since April 1, 2015.  Since the "new" website was adopted, the daily viewership has risen from about 40 per day to over 669.16 per day.  Thanks for taking a look at "suffieldtownshipohio.com".  Tell your friends about us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wingfoot Lake State Park

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Wingfoot Lake State Park is Suffield's only park.   It was opened by the Ohio State Parks & Recreation Department in 2009.  Goodyear had operated the park since the 1960's as a private playground for its employees and for corporate retreats.  As the company footprint grew smaller in the Akron area Goodyear decided to close the park in 2006.  To learn more about the park, such as rental of the facilities, visit the park's website:  http://parks.ohiodnr.gov/wingfootlake

Town Hall Rental

The historic Suffield Town Hall can be rented by residents and non-residents for various events.  For complete information on the availability, costs and regulations on renting the Town Hall, please call the Town Hall administrator Shannon Eldreth at 330-807-0384.

 

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