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NORTH ROYALTON -- Hundreds gather to celebrate a job well done: Pastor Dave Timm's nearly 30 years of service at Royal Redeemer Lutheran Church.

NORTH ROYALTON – Not only is the North Royalton Food Pantry prepping for the holiday food distribution, but the North Royalton Produce Market has proven fruitful in its inaugural season and has decided to move indoors for the fall and winter to continue to feed those in need year round.

NORTH ROYALTON – Royal Redeemer Lutheran Church is hosting a family-fun event as a way to bring the community together to bid summer farewell and autumn hello at its first ever Redeemer Fest on Sept. 15.

NORTH ROYALTON – Seniors who helped build and shape the community we call home today were treated to a formal luncheon at annual Olde Timers Banquet on Aug. 17.

NORTH ROYALTON – One community outreach will be supplying success in students, making sure they have the school supplies they need to succeed with a community school supply drive from July 12-Aug. 2.

NORTH ROYALTON – More than 300 volunteers gathered together to tackle 45 community service projects throughout the city as part of Royal Redeemer Lutheran Church's Servant Saturday ministry on May 4.

NORTH ROYALTON -- Several residents and church members gathered on the City Green to join the thousands across the nation united in prayer in observance of the 68th Annual National Day of Prayer on May 2.

NORTH ROYALTON -- Royal Redeemer Lutheran Church will observe the National Day of Prayer on May 2 with a gathering at noon at the City Green gazebo and all are welcome.

NORTH ROYALTON – Royal Redeemer Lutheran Church, the city, the Kiwanis Club and Saint Albert the Great Church partnered together April 13 to distribute food boxes to 102 families in need this Easter.

NORTH ROYALTON – Mayor Bob Stefanik and Denise Bobulsky, service and volunteer coordinator at St. Albert, formally opened the North Royalton Produce Market, a once-a-month farmers’ market-style stand for low-income families, during a ribbon cutting April 9. The market is a cooperative effort of the Greater Cleveland Food Bank, St. Albert the Great Church, the city of North Royalton, Royal Redeemer Lutheran Church and Abundant Life Community Church, who were all present at the cutting. Opening day served 170 people. The next market is 1-3 p.m. May 14 at the York Road ball field pavilion.