ColorKing Ink Cartridges

ColorKing Remanufactured Ink Cartridges Replacement for HP 952 952XL to use with HP OfficeJet Pro 8710 8720 7740 8210 8740 8715 7720 8216 8725 8730 8702 Printer Ink (Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow)

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$37.59

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Hoover WindTunnel Vacuum Cleaner

Hoover WindTunnel Max Bagged Upright Vacuum Cleaner, with HEPA Media Filtration, 30ft. Power Cord, UH30600, Red

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Style Name: WindTunnel Max

WindTunnel Max

Brand: Hoover
Form Factor: Upright
Model Name: WindTunnel MAX Bagged Upright Vacuum Cleaner, with HEPA Media Filtration, 30ft. Power Cord
Surface Recommendation Upholstery
Special Feature Bagged, Corded, HEPA filtration

WINDTUNNEL 3 TECHNOLOGY: Creates channels of suction to lift and remove surface and deeply embedded dirt
HEPA FILTER: Traps in 99. 7% of dirt, dust, pollen, and allergens down to 0.3 microns and one simple touch releases the bag into the trash, so you never need to touch it
MULTI-FLOOR ADJUSTMENT: Features 7 floor height adjustment settings so that you can move between hard floors and deep carpets with ease
ABOVE FLOOR CLEANING: Up to 17 feet of above floor cleaning to reach ceilings, fans, crown moldings and more
TOOLS INCLUDED: Telescoping Extension Wand, 12 inch crevice tool, upholstery/dusting brush, and a air powered hand tool

WindTunnel Max w/ HEPA Type Y Bags – 2 Pack

$185.85

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Micron Pen (.30)

Sakura Pigma Micron 03 – Pigment Fineliners – 0.35mm – Black [Pack of 3]

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Pack of 3 Black Pigma Fineliner Pens from Sakura.
The durable 0.3mm porous-point nib delivers a consistent line as well as superb colour transferal.
Sakura’s unique PIGMA Ink is the first in the world to combine both water-based and pigment inks, making for vibrant colours that will not bleed through paper.
The Archival Quality ink is also indelible, lightfast, and dries to a neutral PH.

$7.50

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Micron Pen (.20)

Pigma Micron Pen (005)-Black

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Ideal for graphic art, scrapbooks, freehand art, cartooning and fabric design. Will not smear or feather when dry. Meets ASTM and ACMI non-toxicity standard. Fade resistant. Waterproof and chemical proof

$5.67

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Cardstock Paper

Accent Opaque White 8.5” x 11” Cardstock Paper, 65lb, 176gsm – 250 Sheets (1 Ream)

Premium Medium Weight Smooth Cardstock, Printer Paper for Invitations, Menus, Business Cards – 188560R.

$7.96

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Swiffer Dusters

Swiffer 180 Dusters Refills, Unscented, 12 Count
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Cotton
Swiffer 180 Dusters TRAP + LOCK dust & common inanimate from cat and dog
Specially coated fibers grab onto dust & don’t let go
Uniquely designed to Trap + Lock dust from even the tight spaces in your home.
Use with Swiffer Dusters short handle or Swiffer Dusters extendable handle
Great for dusting electronics,dusting furniture, knick-knacks in your home or office, blinds, ceiling fans, and even your car interior.

$9.99 ($0.83 / Count)

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BVHS wins “Project of the Year” 2021

The Community Council of Bay Village has awarded its 2021 “Project of the Year Award” to the Bay Village Historical Society for its revitalization project.

The pandemic has had an effect on all of our lives. Individuals, businesses and organizations have had to adjust. COVID had a major influence on the Bay Village Historical Society, what we were able to accomplish, and how we reached the public.

Fortunately, thanks to our volunteers in the community, we managed to turn a negative situation into an enriching and rewarding experience. In 2020 we began the daunting project of doing a complete inventory of Rose Hill.

This led to the discovery of buried treasures and reorganization of the museum. As a result, the Bay Village Historical Society’s revitalization project, “Shining a New Light on the Past,” is the recipient of this year’s Bay Village Project of the Year award, given by the Community Council.

When Rose Hill Museum was mandated to close, historical society volunteers got to work, logging in more than 110 hours every week during 2021. Individuals stepped in where they felt comfortable. Some zeroed in on one aspect, others worked on a regular basis.

A variety of projects were able to be completed at home. When on-site, generally only two people worked at a time, social distancing and masked. The inventory for the historical society continued so that by the end of 2021 volunteers had entered over 7,000 items into the archival database that were all appropriately stored.

This included over 11,000 images of those items. All items were entered into the PastPerfect program which is recognized as a significant cataloguing system by museums. Items were numbered, described, photographed or scanned, measured, condition described and more.

The “Early Family Papers Project” which contains some of the society’s earliest papers, continued and over 1,000 documents were entered into the PastPerfect. Posters depicting the lineage of the Cahoon, Osborn, Saddler, Aldrich and Wischmeyer families were installed. Objects once owned by the families accompany the display.

Pedestal signs were installed in Rose Hill with background information of various displays and a QR code directing visitors to our website with more historical information.

The life-size cutouts of the Cahoon sisters that were fading with age after 20 years were copied onto plywood and painted in color.

The Cahoon Cabin in the creek valley reopened to the public after being cleaned, inventoried and reorganized.

The historical society’s latest endeavor is a twice-monthly blog post highlighting an artifact from the collection. “Glimpse of the Past” can be viewed at www.bayhistorical.com/blog-entries.

Visit Rose Hill Museum when it reopens in April, on Sundays from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., to see a slice of Bay Village history in person. Tours are also available by appointment. Phone 216-386-5997.

Bay High’s First Fifty Years

Recorded ‘Zoom’ discussion with Eric Eakin, of the Bay Village Historical Society, Jim Joyce, President of Bay Alumni Association and Jason Martin, Principal of Bay High School.
Note: Please skip to 00:53 for start of video. Part one of two.

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