January 2020 e-Grapevine
Happy New Year
Concord Township is pleased to announce the appointment of Amy L. Lucci as the newest Township Trustee. Mrs. Lucci replaces Paul R. Malchesky who recently resigned to take the position as Judge of Painesville Municipal Court. Mrs. Lucci was sworn in on December 27, 2019. 

Morgan McIntosh was elected as Township Trustee on November 5, 2019 and assumed office on January 1, 2020. Mr. McIntosh filled the seat that was held by Connie Luhta, who retired after 28 years as Trustee on December 31, 2019.
Amy L. Lucci
Amy Lucci is a 19 year resident of Concord Township. She attended Mentor High School. Amy graduated from Bowling Green State University with a BS in Nursing, Kaplan University with a Master's Degree in Nursing and received her Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Chamberlain College of Nursing. She is a Program Manager with the Cleveland Clinic in clinical and surgical care along with being a nurse educator and conducting nursing research. Amy recently served on the Board of Directors of the American Society of Ophthalmic Registered Nurses and has volunteered in the community with Convoy of Hope and with the Cleveland Clinic Healing Services Team.
Morgan McIntosh
Morgan R. McIntosh is a 21 year resident of Concord Township. Morgan is the President of OmegaOne, a Willoughby based manufacturing company. He attended Minnesota State University, earning a BS in Law Enforcement. After five years in Law enforcement, he began a business career as the Operations Manager of OmegaOne, becoming the President five years later. Morgan was appointed to the Concord Painesville JEDD in October 2019 and served on the Concord Township Zoning Commission for 10 years until his election as Trustee. Morgan is a graduate of the Cleveland Leadership Institute and Cleveland Bridge Builders. Morgan also works for the Lake County Board of Elections as an Election Day Rover.

Amy and Morgan are joining Trustee Carl Dondorfer and we look forward to working with the new Board of Trustees.
January is the perfect time to focus on yourself and try a new class!

Classes at the Concord Community Center in January 2020 include:

  • Martial Arts
  • Pound!
  • Beginning Yoga
  • Yoga Pilates Fusion
  • Sit & Stay Fit
  • Stained Glass Sun Catcher
  • Windows for Adults
  • Photography from A to Z
  • Photoshop Elements
  • Learning Lightroom
  • Getting Started with Medicare
  • Retirement, Are You Ready?
  • Move & Groove (ages 2-3)
  • Princess Ballet (Ages 3-5)
  • Hip Hop & Tumble (Ages 4-6)

Classes at the Old Stone School in January 2020 include:

  • Life Skills for Teens 

Register for classes online or call the Recreation Department at 440-639-4650 for immediate assistance.
January Senior Socials at the Concord Community Center
January 15:  “Soup and Crackers” Enjoy a hot delicious bowl of soup while cracking up to the jokes of local comedians!

January 22:  BINGO! Come for prizes, stay for dessert. Need we say more?

Join the Recreation Staff for a Senior Social every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month at 1pm at the Concord Community Center. Just call us to reserve your seat!

Do you like to hike? If yes, inquire about the new Concord Senior Hiking Group! Call the Recreation Department for details at 440-639-4650.


Look for the Winter/Spring 2020 Grapevine Newsletter in your mailbox soon!

We were recently presented with the American Heart Association 2019 Mission: Lifeline – EMS- SILVER PLUS award. As defined by the American Heart Association: Mission: Lifeline EMS recognition is a program designed to showcase Emergency Medical Service organizations across the nation for excellent STEMI care. Prehospital personnel are the first providers of care to patients suffering from cardiac emergencies. The role of EMS in the system-of-care for these patients is crucial and often sets the course for the patient's outcome. (heart.org)

In 2018, Concord Township had 328 calls meeting the criteria for applying a 12 LEAD EKG, following the AHA recommendations. We responded to 10 STEMI’s – patients who presented with symptoms of a serious type of heart attack during which one of the arteries that supplies the heart muscle with oxygen and nutrient-rich blood, is blocked. We were able to transmit a 12 LEAD EKG within 5 min 34 seconds of being on the scene (standard is 10 minutes) and alerted the receiving hospital of incoming STEMI within 6 minutes (standard is 10 minutes). Concord Fire Department remains committed to the recommendations set by the American Heart Association and University Hospitals of Cleveland. The goal being to open the blood vessels and restore oxygen delivery to the heart and ultimately return the patient home with as little deficit as possible. In 2020, our goal is to continue to meet these high standards set by the American Heart Association and to provide the outstanding care you expect and deserve. Happy New Year! 
Wreaths Across America volunteers
We were honored to once again participate in the Wreath Across America Ceremony on December 14, 2019 at the Concord Township Cemetery. Despite the weather, we had many volunteers and ceremony participants.

Each headstone had a wreath placed, thanks to your generosity. We were grateful that so many of you “Played a Part” and our local heroes were Remembered and Honored. Thank you again for your support. 

We wish you a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year.
Concord Twp. Lake County, OH | P:  440.354.7510 | F:  440.354.7511 | www.concordtwp.com