Centennial Memory Book
After two years and hundreds of hours of research, writing, editing, proofreading, designing and producing final art for the printer, the 688-page Cuyahoga Heights Centennial Memory Book is now available.
Books are being offered first to bona fide residents. Residents must sign up for a book. Only one (1) book will be given to each residence. Residents can purchase a book for $10 (cash or check only). All proceeds will be donated to our Historical Committee.
If there are any books still available after our resident orders have been fulfilled, we will offer nonresidents the opportunity to purchase one (1) book for $50 (plus shipping and handling if we need to ship). Believe it or not, the book weighs in at five pounds. Anyone interested in purchasing a copy of the book, should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the Mayor’s office at (216) 641-7020.
Again, we want to thank Laura Bacci Merhaut, Laura Hine and a multitude of other individuals who helped to make this Centennial Memory Book so special. Documenting the heritage of our community was truly a labor of love. We hope you enjoy reading it!
Digital Memory Book
Anyone can access the complete book using the chapter-by-chapter PDF links shown below.
Centennial Memories Video
In 2018, we captured bits of our collective community history with ( left of center) former Clerk Norbert Chase, Harriett Koren, Delia Trevisani and former Mayor Ralph Contipelli.
Interview facilitator Laura Bacci Merhaut is at the left side of the table along with Robyn and Jim Nobili. We hope you enjoy this wonderful oral history of life in the village.