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Thirty One Gifts, Jen Oettinger, Independent Director
Throughout, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221
Thirty-One Gifts is a direct sales company that specializes in purses, bags and accessories that are geared towards momsMore on the go. They offer a wide selection of products and book parties where groups of people can place orders. As an Independent Consultant I can help you pick out gifts and assist with your shopping. You can contact me to place an order or schedule a party. Scheduling shopping parties in NorthEast Ohio or online/catalog/facebook anywhere across the country.
Burlington Coat Factory
510 Howe Ave, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221

Burlington Coat Factory is located in The Plaza at Chapel Hill and includes a wide array of shoes, clothing,More accessories and coats for the entire family. Burlington carries designer and name-brand items at a discounted price. The store even features plus sizes and big & tall sizes.

Inside Burlington is a Baby Depot, complete with everything to care for and cloth an infant, from furniture and bedding to car seats and strollers. Additionally, Burlington features a housewares' section with a plethora of home decor items and linens, also for sale at a reasonable price. Burlington has spacious changing rooms and carts to hold all of your purchases. Brides-to-be and moms-to-be can register for their showers at Burlington during normal business hours.

Northminster Pre-School
104 Portage Trail Ext W, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223

Northminister Pre-School has been offering classes for young children since 1970.

While the school is locatedMore inside the Northminister Presbyterian Church, it does not include religion in its curriculum. A total of 11 teachers are on staff for the morning and afternoon classes for children ages 3 to 5. The popular Mom&Me program allows children as young as 2-and-a-half to attend with his or her parent or adult. 

"We have wonderful families that participate with their children," pre-school director Teresa Lance said.

Each school year the students are asked to participate in the Good Neighbors food drive. Lance said in 2010 the students performed "more than ever."

Students are taught on subjects ranging from math and reading to music and crafts. Each week students attend the school's library for story time or to check out books. 

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