|Sept. 9 Lorain Growth breakfast at new site
8/22 -- Lorain Growth Breakfast will be at Carnegie Center. Bill Bumbalo of SCORE will be the featured speaker at the Lorain Growth Corporation breakfast meeting, 8 a.m., Friday, Sept. 9. The breakfast will be held at the Lorain Historical Society's Carnegie Center, 329 W. 10th St., Lorain. Breakfast will be coffee, juice, donuts and yogurt. No set charge but guests are ask to make a donation. The Palace is unavailable which is the reason for last minute change. SCORE, which provides assistance to start-up businesses, is opening an office at the Lorain Port Authority, 319 Black River Lane. Please share this to help us get the word out.
7/28 -- There will not be a Lorain Growth Breakfast and Consortium meeting on August 5th due to construction at the Palace. W will resume on September 2nd.
Lorain Growth breakfast resumes Aug. 5
6/27 -- Due to the holiday weekend there will not be a Lorain Growth Breakfast meeting on July 1st. We will resume August 5th.
James Long, president, Lorain Growth Corporation
June 3 breakfast at Carnegie Center
|Lorain Historical Society's Carnegie Center, 239 W. 10th St.|
Lorain Growth's five years of progress
4/14 -- Lorain Growth Corporation is in its 18th year of existence in 2016. We have grown dramatically in the last 5 years. Our subcommittees, the Tourism Council, Kayak Event, Brewfest, and Waterfront Winterfest, have brought many thousands of visitors to downtown Lorain in the past years. We will continue to support and promote downtown development in Lorain. There are several new occupants in downtown this year and it is growing every year.
Hernon talks about Palace programs this year
Rick Novak speaks at March 4 breakfast
Rev. Madsen speaks on First Lutheran building project
First Lutheran to buy old Lorain High parking lot for new church
Breakfast meeting on Jan. 8
Rick Novak to speak at Nov. 6 breakfast
Lorain Mayor's Message on Waterfront Winterfest
Commercial office space available
Rebman Recreation -- Rebman Recreation, Inc. opened its' doors in July 1946 in downtown Lorain. Dom Rebman and his father, Dominick, had the vision of creating a family venue for recreation - bowling. The location on Broadway housed 12 lanes- 8 lanes upstairs & 4 lanes downstairs. In 1955, The business moved to the current location, 5300 Oberlin Ave. and opened with 24 state-of-the-art bowling lanes and machines. With Lorain prospering and the Rebman family growing, Dom and his wife, Mary, decided to expand the center to 48 lanes, which opened in 1977. Today, Dom and Mary's children -- Rick, Patti, Rob and Mary Lou -- operate the business which has grown over the years with the addition of Monogrammix, retail store for trophies, awards and monogramming and "On The Avenue" - party and banquet center. Approaching the 70th anniversary next year, the Rebman family is very grateful to the city of Lorain and its citizens for their support.