PARMA—Local members of the Walton Hills community came out to the Parma-Snow Branch of the Cuyahoga County Library to attend the 15th Military Resource Fair. The fair, organized by State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills), sought to connect military personnel with the services available to them through federal, state, county, local businesses and organizations.


The FREE military fair consisted of over 50 sponsors, vendors and representatives of organizations that provided assistance and employment opportunities. The fair furnished FREE items, including breakfast, lunch, haircuts, health screenings, veteran ID Cards, and consumer products to our military personnel and their families.


“It was a pleasure to have many military personnel and their families from Walton Hills come out to the fair,” said Rep. Anielski. “The attendees had the opportunity to meet and discuss their unique situations with professionals to aid in obtaining their earned benefits.”


Thanks to Congressman Renacci for attending and his support for Ohio’s military. Thanks to all of our military attendees and those currently serving for their dedication and sacrifice to preserving and defending our country. Thanks as well to all of the sponsors and vendors who made the resource fair a success for about 500 attendees.

 
 
 
  
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